by Shirley Jenkins with Norman Wynne
This is the story of Dal and Mrs.
Dai; of finding a gimmick as a substitute for talent in a highly competitive entertainment age. It leads to mutilation of body and spiritual death.
Special effects by the Radiophonic Workshop and the Cardiff Studios of the BBC
Produced by HERBERT DAVIES
Dai Smart Alec:
Mari the Pop:
Mari the Cwop:
Dai Cork Leg:
Prelude and Fughetta In 7 major (S.901)
Prelude and Fugue in A major
Suite in A minor (S.818)
Fugato in E minor (S.962)
Prelude and Fughetta in 0 major (S.902) played by ARNOLD GOLDSBROUGE
Perhaps because they lie outside the large collections of suites and preludes and fugues, a number of Bach's keyboard works are rarely performed. Some of them will be played in these two recitals.
A somewhat stately home somewhere in England, the family seat of Sir Plantagenet Pickle , is the scene of this comedy series
Written by David Nobbs and PETER TINNISWOOD
4: Doreen Nylon's Story
In which the Hall becomes the headquarters of the teenage army.
Other parts played by Andrew Sachs , Glyn Dearman Christina Gray
Music specially composed by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by Richard THOMAS
Sir Plantagenet Pickle:
Sydney Servall (alias Brand X):
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