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BBC Home Service Basic

Repertory in Britain: Semi-Detached

by David Turner, adapted for radio by the author.
Belgrade Theatre Company from Coventry
Produced for radio by Hugh Stewart in the BBC Midland studios.
BBC Two England

THEATRE 625

ALAN BADEL as PIRANDELLO'S
Henry IV
Screenplay by ROBERT MULLER with MAXINE AUDLEY, KIKA MARKHAM ANTHONY NEWLANDS
Music composed and conducted by HUMPHREY SEARLE
Designer, Lionel Radford
Producer, MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Directed by MICHAEL HAYES
BBC Two England

THIRTY-MINUTE THEATRE

Child Marlene by JOHN HALL with Designer, Norman Vertigan
Producer, GRAEME McDONALD
†Directed by GILCHRIST CALDER
The Jenkins, penniless aristocrats, have moved in next door to the Tredgolds of Tredgold's Supermarkets. Peter Jenkins is day-dreaming in the garden one morning when Marlene steps through a gap in the fence and into his life. Lady Jessica, Peter's mother and Tredgold, Marlenc's dad, find the barriers more difficult to cross.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Theatre Stay Where You Are

by OLWEN WYMARK with Antonia Pemberton as Nina
When he comes back, I want you to faint. Flat on the floor ... Just keel over. Any fool can do that.... That'll stop him. " It's the shock " I'll say ..." She may never recover ... fetch a doctor, quick!" '
Produced by STEWART conn






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