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: NEKRASSOV

by Jean-Paul Sartre translated by SYLVIA LEESON
GEORGE LEESON and adapted for radio by DONALD MCWHINNIE with Hugh Burden
Denys Blakelock
Julie Cooke
Cast in order of speaking
Directors of Noir a Paris:
Defence of the State Police:
Other parts played by members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company Produced by R.D . SMITH Third broadcast
Nekrassov, broadcast last year in the series From the Fifties, illustrates one of the dominant themes of that decade, the cold war. The play satirises what Sartre regards as the mendacious anti-Communism of certain sections of the French press.
DURING THE INTERVAL
9.15*-9.25 Jean Francaix
Divertimento played by Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)
Robert Veyron-Lacroix (piano) on a gramophone record

Contributors

Translated By: Sylvia Leeson
Translated By: George Leeson
Unknown: Donald McWhinnie
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Denys Blakelock
Unknown: Julie Cooke
Produced By: R.D Smith
Flute: Jean-Pierre Rampal
Piano: Robert Veyron-Lacroix
Robert: Norman Wynne
Irma: Elsa Palmer
Georges de Valera: Hugh Burden
Inspector Goblet: Kenneth Hyde
Secretary: Margaret Wolfit
Jules Palotin, editor of Noir d Paris: Anthony Jacobs
Sibilot: Denys Blakelock
Tavernier: William Eedle
Perigord: Hugh Dickson
Mouton, chairman of theboard of directors: Felix Felton
Véronique: Juliet Cooke
Lerminier: Charles Simon
Charivet: Arthur Ridley
Nerciat: George Hagan
Bergerat: Noel Dryden
Bodyguard: Joe Sterne
Mme Castagnié: Betty Linton
Baudouin: Malcolm Hayes
Chapuis: Haydn Jones
Mme Bounoumi: Grizelda Hervey
Demidoff: Peter Claughton

: CONTEMPORARY CHORAL MUSIC

sung by the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY CHORAL SOCIETY
Conductor,
KLAUS LIEPMANN








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