by Angela Rodaway
This investigation into the events which brought about a woman's suicide explores the frustrations, envies, and petty jealousies of her childhood, and her relationship with her closest woman friend: The woman was kept alive only by her sense of social and moral superiority, without which she had no defence against the world.
Other parts played by George Merritt , David Valla
Elizabeth Morgan , Peggy Butt Dorit Welles and members of the BBC
Drama Repertory Company Special sounds by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Music composed by ANGELA RODAWAY and sung by the choir of HONOR OAK GIRLS SCHOOL. PECKHAM
Directed by MRS. CHRISTINE RICHARDS
Produced by MICHAEL BAKEWELL
To be repeated on June 14
IAN GRIMBLE , author of a book on the Sutherland evictions of the nineteenth century, discusses an earlier tragedy in the Highlands-the disappearance of early Gaelic writings in verse and prose
His reflections are prompted by the recent publication of a book on Edward Lhuyd 's journal of his Highland tour in 1699. which contains our first surviving catalogue of an early Gaelic library.
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