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Carleton Hobbs and Vivienne Chatterton in 'THE YOUNGER GENERATION'

by Stanley Houghton
Adapted by Cynthia Pughe
Production by Rex Tucker
Third Programme

Cyril Cusack Vivienne Chatterton. Esme Percy in 'RETURN TO NAPLES'

by Henry Reed
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the khope of rediscovering something lost was the tear that it might never be found again.
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Third Programme

Cyril Cusack Vivienne Chatterton. Esme Percy in RETURN TO NAPLES'

by Henry Reed with James McKechnie as Narrator
Production by Douglas Cleverdon
Third Programme

Esme Percy and Vivienne Chatterton in ' RETURN TO NAPLES '

by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with James McKechnie as Narrator
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the hope of rediscovering something lost was the fear that it might never be found again.' (A revised version of the programme originally broadcast in August 1950)
Third Programme

Esme Percy and Vivienne Chatterton in 'RETURN TO NAPLES'

by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with James McKechnie as Narrator
'To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the hope of rediscovering something lost was the fear that it might never be found again.'
BBC Home Service Basic

Maurice Denham with Vivienne Chatterton and Denise Bryer in 'THE HORSE'S MOUTH'

by Joyce Cary
Adapted as a comedy for broadcasting by Donald McWhinnie
Production by Donald McWhinnie
BBC Home Service Basic

Against the Wind Maurice Denham with Vivienne Chatterton and Denise Bryer in ' THE HORSE'S MOUTH'

by Joyce Cary
Adapted as a comedy for broadcasting by Donald McWhinnie
Other parts played by Sheila Moloney and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Production by Donald McWhinnie
Light Programme

Ann Walford, Hugh Manning and Vivienne Chatterton in 'THE HUNGRY SPIDER'

A serial in six episodes
Adapted from his novel by Selwyn Jepson
EPISODE 3
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by Patrick Dromgoole
Light Programme

Ann Walford, Hugh Manning and Vivienne Chatterton in 'THE HUNGRY SPIDER'

A serial insixepisodes adapted from his novel by Selwyn Jepson
Episode 5
Produced by Patrick. Dromgoole
Light Programme

Gladys Boot, Ann Walford Rupert Davies, Hugh Manning and Vivienne Chatterton in ' THE HUNGRY SPIDER'

A serial in six episodes adapted from his novel by Selwyn Jepson
EPISODE 2
Produced by Patrick Dromgoole
Third Programme

Esm* Percy and Vivienne Chatterton in 'RETURN TO NAPLES '

by Henry Reed
Production by Douglas Cleverdon with JAMES MCKECHNIE as Narrator
' To see them again would be something more than a mere return; joined with the hope of rediscovering something lost was the fear that it might never be found again ...'
(Eighth broadcast of the programme originallv heard in 1950: the revised production of 1953)
Light Programme

Andrew Leigh and Bryan Powley in ' ANDROCLES AND THE LION'

by Bernard Shaw
With Avice Landone , Vivienne Chatterton , and Francis L. Sullivan. Produced by Noel Iliff
BBC Home Service Basic

RED SLIPPERS'

by Modwena Sedgwick. Produced by David H. Godfrey
Other parts played by Anne Cullen , Graham Doody , Vivienne Chatterton. Molly Rankin. Basil Jones , Beryl Calder. and Frank Partington. Music specially composed by Kenyon Emrys Roberts
Third Programme

Gladys Young in 'THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA'

A drama of women in the villages of Spain by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by A. L. Lloyd
Textual consultant. R. M. Nadal
The Reapers' Song set by Professor E. M. Torner : sung by a section of the BBC Chorus, with Stanley Riley
Maria Josepha 's Lullaby sung by Vivienne Chatterton Production by E. A. Harding
Third Programme

Gladys Young in 'THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA'

A drama of women in the villages of Spain by Federico Garcia Lorca
Translated and adapted for broadcasting by A. L. Lloyd
Textual consultant, R. M. Nadal
The Reapers' Song set by Professor E. M. Torner : sung by a section of the BBC Chorus, with Stanley Riley
Maria Josepha 's Lullaby sung by Vivienne Chatterton Production by E. A. Harding
BBC Home Service Basic

CHILDREN'S HOUR

For Children of Most Ages
Junior Theatre presents
'The Kingdom of Carbonel' by Barbara Sleigh
A sequel to ' Carbonel ' in six episodes 5—' Rescue! '
Other parts played by Vivienne Chatterton , Joan Ireland and Stephen Jack
Produced by David Davis
' You've no idea how complicated things become when you're invisible! '
5.30 In and Out
A guide to some leisure activities
6-Canoeing and Indoor Gardening
Michael Hastings reports on canoeing in Derbyshire and Richard Burwood talks to indoor gardeners at a school in Worcestershire
5.50 The week's programmes
Third Programme

CLOPE

by ROBERT PINGET translated and adapted for radio by Barbara Bray with Robert Eddison and Vivienne Chatterton
Clope is a hermit who lives in a booth surrounded by the hustle and bustle of a large mainline railway station and earns his living as a fortune-teller. Everyone around him is about to start on some great journey, only Clope is convinced that there is no sense in trying to get away : he is the still centre in a world of mad striving. His story is both funny and tragic-a poetic image of the artist in our time.
Cast
Produced by JOHN GIBSON
: second broadcast
BBC Home Service Basic

THE SUNDAY PLAY

The Horse's Mouth by Joyce Cary adapted as a comedy for broadcasting by DONALD MCWHINNIE with Maurice Denham
Vivienne Chatterton and Denise Bryer
Other parts: Sheila Moloney John Graham , Haydn Jones
Produced by Donald MCWHINNIE
Broadcast on January 14, 1957
BBC Home Service Basic

SATURDAY-NIGHT THEATRE

Norman Shelley in Tono-Bungay adapted by Lance Sieveking from the novel by H. G. Wells with Timothy Bateson
Vivienne Chatterton and Valerie Kirkbright
'We make and pass. We are all things that make and pass, striving upon a hidden mission, out to the open sea.'
Principal characters in order of speaking:
Harmonica played by Alfie Kahn
Produced by DAVID DAVIS
BBC Radio 4 FM

Saturday-Night Theatre

The Vicar of Wakefield A play for radio by JAMES LIGGAT and TERENCE LONGDON based on the book by OLIVER GOLDSMITH with Wilfred Pickles and Vivienne Chatterton Jenkinson JOHN BRYNING
Moses, the Vicar's younger son
GORDON GARDNER
George, his elder brother
KERRY FRANCIS
Mrs Primrose
VIVIENNE CHATTERTON
Dr Primrose (The Vicar)
- WILFRED PICKLES
Mr Burchell HECTOR ROSS
Sophia, the Vicar's younger daughter jo MANNING WILSON
Arabella Wilmot , originally affianced to. George JAN EDWARDS
Olivia, the Vicar's elder daughter SHEILA WHITTINGHAM
Squire Thornhill
TERENCE LONGDON
Lady Blarney, a lady of apparent distinction NORAH BLANEY
Produced by DAVID DAVIS
(Repeated: Monday, 3.15 pm)






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