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Pincher Martin
The novel by WILLIAM GOLDING adapted by Archie Campbell with Alan Badel The Epilogue:
Other parts plaved by Will Leighton John Bryning and John Graham Music composed and conducted by Christopher Whelen
: third broadcast
See page 54


Novel By: William Golding
Adapted By: Archie Campbell
Unknown: Alan Badel
Unknown: Will Leighton John
Unknown: John Graham
Conducted By: Christopher Whelen
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Christopher (' Pincher '): Alan Badel
C P O: Robert Sansom
Naval Rating: Peter Wilde
The Voices:: Anthony Newlands
The Sea: Anthony Newlands
' Pincher ' (the inner man): Haydn Jones
Nat: Nigel Stock
Naval Commander: Godfrey Kenton
Pete: Frank Partington
Helen: June Tobin
George: Frank Windsor
Barmaid: Una Venning
Mary: Sheila Manahan
' The Dwarf: Balliol Holloway
Davidson: John Rae
Campbell: Dunran McLntyre
Narrator: Haydn Jones


Ursula Buckel (soprano)
Hertha Topper (contralto) Ernst Haefliger (tenor) Kieth Engen (bass)
Munich Bach Choir
Ansbach Festival
Chamber Orchestra
Conductor, Karl Richter
PART 1: No. 76
Die Himmel erzahlen die Ehre Gottes


Soprano: Ursula Buckel
Contralto: Hertha Topper
Tenor: Ernst Haefliger
Bass: Kieth Engen
Conductor: Karl Richter


by Dom Sebastian Moore
It was a journey from image to concept, and a discovery that you cannot profitably have one without the other. : second broadcast


Unknown: Dom Sebastian Moore


PART 2: No. 70
Wachet. betet. seid bereit allezeit
Recorded from the Bach Festival at Ansbach. and broadcast by courtesy of Baverische Rundfunk

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