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: P.m. PIANO RECITAL

by DOMINIQUE MERLET

Contributors

Unknown: Dominique Merlet

: THE HA-HA

by Jennifer Dawson adapted from the novel and produced by Michael BANEWELL Josephine is a young girl detained in a mental institution and suffering from schizophrenia. Her mother has been killed in a domestic disaster for which she believes herself to be somehow responsible, and her life at Oxford as an undergraduate has become impossible because of her lack of grip on the real world.
Life is something with which she is unable to come to terms. ' I wanted the knack of existing. I did not know the rules.'
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Music composed by TRISTRAM CARY Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Dawson
Produced By: Michael Banewell
Composed By: Tristram Cary
Josephine: Diana Olsson
The Narrator: Elizabeth Proud
Sister: Hana Pravda
Mother: Margery Withers
Mrs Maybury: Eva Stuart
Alasdair: Denys Hawthorne
Social Worker: Nicolette Bernard
Helena: Rosalind Thomas
Tony: Glyn Dearman
Peter: Peter Bartlett

: CHAMBER MUSIC

PORTIA WIND Ensemble
A STRING ENSEMBLE with MARIA KORCHINSKA (harp)
Conducted by JAMES VERITY and BENJAMIN FRANKEL conducted by the composer
† Second broadcast
Third of five programmes Including chamber music and songs by Matyas Seiber

Contributors

Harp: Maria Korchinska
Conducted By: James Verity
Songs By: Matyas Seiber

: THE NEWS

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown









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