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by William FaulKner
Adapted for radio by Dorothy Baker with Errol MacKinnon , Michael Peake
Jane Jordan Rogers , Harry Towb and Tom Watson
Produced by D. G. Bridson
: see page 33


Unknown: William Faulkner
Unknown: Dorothy Baker
Unknown: Errol MacKinnon
Unknown: Michael Peake
Unknown: Jane Jordan Rogers
Unknown: Harry Towb
Unknown: Tom Watson
Produced By: D. G. Bridson
Anse Bundren: MacDonald Parke
Addie Bundren: Mavis Villiers
Cash, their eldest son: James Dyrenforth
Dart, their second ,son: Marvin Kane
Jewel, their third son: John Glen
Vardaman, their youngest son: Patricia Hayes
Dewey Dell, their daughter: Isla Cameron
Vernon Tull: Ian Sadler
Cora Tull: Tucker McGuire
Doc peabody: Budd Knapp
Brother Whitfield,: Mlchael Balfour


The names of the composers in this programme will be announced only after the performance of their works The listener is invited to preserve his innocence ' by approaching the music entirely without prejudice.
A cello sonata In four movements
A nocturne and a fugue for four horns
A string quartet in three movements
Alan Civil, Ian Beers
Andrew Woodburn
Patrick Strevens (horns) Aeolian String Quartet: Sidney Humphreys (violin)
Trevor Williams (violin)
Watson Forbes (viola)
Derek Simpson (cello)
Eileen Croxford (cello)
David Parkhouse (piano)
Works chosen by Hugh Middlemlss


Unknown: Ian Beers
Unknown: Andrew Woodburn
Horns: Patrick Strevens
Violin: Sidney Humphreys
Violin: Trevor Williams
Viola: Watson Forbes
Cello: Derek Simpson
Piano: David Parkhouse
Unknown: Hugh Middlemlss


by Kathleen Stahl
Mrs Stahl , who has lived and worked in Tanganyika, describes how the attempt to impose multi-racial pohucs on the territory failed, and talks about the problems that are visible now that the political way ahead is clear.
(: second broadcast)


Unknown: Kathleen Stahl
Unknown: Mrs Stahl

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