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A play for radio by Bernard Kops with Cyril Shaps and Michael Crawford
Other parts played by Frank Singuineau and members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company
Music composed and conducted by JOHN BECKETT
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
This play, commissioned by the Third Programme, is a satirical attack upon what J. B. Priestley once described as our Admass civilisation.

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Kops
Unknown: Cyril Shaps
Unknown: Michael Crawford
Played By: Frank Singuineau
Conducted By: John Beckett
Produced By: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: J. B. Priestley
Reverend James: James Thomason
Mrs Todd: Natalie Kent
Robert: Michael Spice
Daphne: Patricia Leventon
Danny: Michael Crawford
Mr Todd: Cyril Shaps
Helen: Janette Richer
Beatnik poet: Anthony Hall

: OBOE QUARTETS

played by JANET CRAXTON (oboe) and the OROMONTE STRING TRIO
Perry Hart (violin)
Margaret Major (viola) Bruno Schrecker (cello)

Contributors

Oboe: Janet Craxton
Violin: Perry Hart
Viola: Margaret Major
Cello: Bruno Schrecker

: INTERPRETATIONS ON RECORD

A monthly programme tn which different interpretations on gramophone records are compared
† NORMAN FEASEY discusses the part of The Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier sung by Lotte Lehmann
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and others
Second broadcast

Contributors

Sung By: Lotte Lehmann








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