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: Edith Evans and Richard Johnson in 'THE MAN OF MODE'

by George Etherege
Other parts played by Colin Campbell and Peter Jeffrey
Singers:
Ranken Bushby and Eileen Poulter
Produced by Charles Lefeaux
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.0-9.10 app.):
Movements from Britten's Simple Symphony, played by the strings of the New Symphony Orchestra, conducted bv Sir Eugene Goossens: on a gramophone record

Contributors

Unknown: George Etherege
Played By: Colin Campbell
Played By: Peter Jeffrey
Singers: Ranken Bushby
Singers: Eileen Poulter
Produced By: Charles Lefeaux
MR DORIMANT a gentleman: Richard Johnson
HANDY, a valet-de-chambre: Alexander Dore
FOGGY Nan, an orange-woman: Mary O'Farrell
MR MEDLEY, another gentleman: John Moffatt
YOUNG MR HARRY BELLAIR: Simon Lack
MRS LOVEIT: Edith Evans
PERT, a waiting-woman: Dilys Laye
BELINDA: Barbara Lott
LADY TOWNLEY: Dorothy Green
EMILIA: Sylvia Bidmead
OLD MR BELLAIR: Eric Anderson
Busy, a waiting-woman: Cecile Chevreau
HARRIET WOODVIL: June Tobin
LADY WOODVIL: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
SIR FOPLING FLUTTER: Geoffrey Bayldon
AMBLING HARRY, a chairman: Frederick Treves
MR SMIRK, a parson: Frederick Treves

: BARTOK

Rhapsody No. 1 Sonata No. 2 played by Alan Loveday (violin)
Leonard Cassini (piano)
Last of three programmes of violin music by Bartok

Contributors

Violin: Alan Loveday
Piano: Leonard Cassini

: THE UNFORTUNATE ORTHODOXY OF SAMUEL WILBERFORCE

by Ronald Pugh
Wilberforce encountered three questions in 1860: Darwin, Colenso, and Essays and Reviews. What was wrong about his answers, and what was right?

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Pugh








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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