A play for voices by DYLAN THOMAS with Richard Burton
Hugh Griffith , Mervyn Johns
The songs set by DANIEL JONES
The children's songs and singing game recorded at ALBERT ROAD JUNIOR SCHOOL, PENARTH Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
To be repeated on November 10
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Under Milk Wood was commissioned by the BBC and originally produced in the Third in 1954. It has been chosen by the European Broadcasting Union as the dramatic work to be broadcast in the Radio in Europe series.
Mrs Willy Nilly:
The Voice of the Guide Book:
Miss Myfanwy Price:
Rev Eli Jenkins:
Mary Ann Sailors:
Mrs Cherry Owen:
Mae Rose Cottage:
Mrs Dal Bread One:
Mrs Dai Bread Two:
PAUL MAYERSBERG discusses Alfred Hitchcock 's new film The Birds in relation to the themes of violence and voyeurisme in his earlier work
He argues that the beak and the eye of the birds, their alternating bouts of aggression and passivity, are clues to Hitchcock's manipulation of his audience's own psychology. Second broadcast
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