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A radio script by ALLAN MCCLELLAND from his stage version of excerpts from JAMES JOYCE 'S novel
Music composed, by Humphrey Seamle with Eamonn Keane , Eithne Dunne and Denys Hawthorne
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Singer: Dominic Behan
Music played by members of the Siwfonia of London conducted by the composer
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.0-9.10 app.) Divertissement No. 2, in A (Field) played by Lamar Crowson (piano) with the Allegri String Quartet on a gramophone record


Script By: Allan McClelland
Unknown: James Joyce
Composed By: Humphrey Seamle
Unknown: Eamonn Keane
Unknown: Eithne Dunne
Unknown: Denys Hawthorne
Singer: Dominic Behan
Production By: Michael Bakewell
Played By: Lamar Crowson
Buck Mulligane: Ronald Walsh
Stephen Dedalus: Denys Hawthorne
Leopold Bloom: Eamonn Keane
Molly Bloom: Eitiwe Dunne
Simon Dedalus: Dermot MacDowell
Blazes Boylan: Liam Gaffney
Haines: Charles Hodgson
Mr Deasy: Allan McClelland
The Citizen: Declan Mulholland
Gertie MacDowell: Patricia Leventon
Dubliners: Wilfrid Brambell
Dubliners: Harry Hutchinson
Dubliners: Jan Kenny
Dubliners: Patrick McAlinney
Dubliners: Robert Mooney
Dubliners: Julian Somers
Dubliners: , P G Stephens
Dubliners: Harry Towb
Dubliners: Sally Travers


None Liddell (violiro)
Daphne Ibbott (piano)
Last of five programmes Including most of Schubert's music for violin and piano.


Unknown: None Liddell
Piano: Daphne Ibbott

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