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Network Three

FOR THE YOUNG MYSTERY TOUR

PAT WOODHOUSE is your guide on an aeroplane trip to an unknown foreign country
5.20 MISTER MIDNIGHT by HOWARD JONES with Frank Duncan as Doctor John Haddon
3: Santa Caterina
Music by Alan Paul played by HAROLD SMART (organ) and ALAN PAUL (piano)
Produced by GRAHAM GAULD
Network Three

A CERTAIN PLUME

A study of the writings of Henri Michaux poet, painter and experimentalist in modern drugs by Barbara Bray
Those taking part include:
ANNE BERESFORD. JACQUES BRUNIUS
HERON CARVIC , VALENTINE DYALL PATRICIA LEVENTON
BILL HORSLEY , PETER MARINKER
Narrator, DOUGLAS STORM
Produced by DOROTHY Baker
Valentine Duall is appearing in ' Son of Oblomov ' at the Comedy Theatre, London
Network Three

THE RISE AND FALL OF SAMMY POSNETT

A piece for radio by Gerard McLarnon with Eleanor Summerfield and Marjorie Westbury
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Third broadcast
Network Three

THE BLACK DOG

An anatomy of eighteenth-century melancholy by Eric Ewens with Derek Birch , John Boxer
Wilfrid Carter , Heron Carvic Michael Deacon , William Fox
Stephen Jack. Arthur Lawrence , Caroline Leigh , Norman Shelley Marjorie Westbury Alan Wheatley and Geoffrey Wincott
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
Network Three

THE SPIRE

The novel by William Golding adapted for broadcasting by NESTA PAIN with Michael Horders
Barry Foster
John Stride
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by NESTA PAIN
John Stride is a National Theatre ptauer
Repeated on May 29
Network Three

THE BLACK DOG

An anatomy of eighteenth-century melancholy by Eric Ewens with DEREK BIRCH JOHN BOXER
WILFRID CARTER HERON CARVIC
MICHAEL DEACON
WILLIAM Fox
STEPHEN JACK
ARTHUR LAWRENCE CAROLINE LEIGH NORMAN SHELLEY
MARJORIE WESTBURY ALAN WHEATLEY and GEOFFREY WINCOTT
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
A new production of the programme first broadcast in 1853 Second broadcast
Network Three

THE SPIRE

The novel by William Golding adapted for broadcasting by NESTA PAIN with Michael Hordern
Barry Foster , John Stride
God has revealed to Dean Jocelln In a vision that a spire should be added to his Cathedral; or so he believes. But the result is tragedy -a tragedy mixed with splendour.
Special effects by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Second broadcast
John Stride is a National Theatre player
Network Three

QUEEN CHRISTINA

by Johan Augus Strindbers
MAX FABER 'S transiation adapted by HELENA WOOD and RAYNER HEPPENSTALL with The scene Is sein Stockholm. aDd the date is 1654
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
To be repeated on July 28 See previous page
Network Three

THE TUTOR

The comedy by Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz
Adapted for the modern stage by BERTOLT BRECHT Translated by RICHARD GRUNBERGER with Alec McCowen
Michael Hordern
Marjorie Westbury Denys Blakelock
Catherine Dolan , Austin Trevor ' Broken Is his backbone, it's his task
To break his pupils' first to last. memory impress
Producer and product of unnatural-
Pupils and teachers of a new age
—see
Him clearly in his servility
That from the past you may break
Song composed by Joseph Horowitz
Harpsichordist, Wilfrid Parry
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Third broadcast
Network Three

THE BLACK DOG

An anatomy of eighteenth-century melancholy by Eric Ewens with DEREK BIRCH , JOHN BOXER
WILFRID CARTER , HERON CARVIC
MICHAEL DEACON , WILLIAM Fox
STEPHEN JACK , ARTHUR LAWRENCE
CAROLINE LEIGH , NORMAN SHELLEY
MARJORIE WESTBURY
ALAN WHEATLEY and GEOFFREY WINCOTT
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
Third broadcast
Network Three

THE THIRTIES IN BRITAIN

Murder in The Cathedral by T. S. Eliot with and Plainchant sung by a section of THE SCHOLA POLYPHONICA
Conductor, Henry Washington
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Radto in Europe ' production
Richard Hurndall is appearing in Hostile Witness' at the Haymarket
To be repeated on December 5 See previous page and page 12
The World of George Orwell (2): November 24
Network Three

li MILLION GALLONS OF WATER A SECOND

by Michel Butor
Translated by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
In two of his books François-René de Chateaubriand described the Niagara Falls as they were in 1791. Three years ago, as a visiting Professor at the University of Buffalo. French novelist Michel Butor studied the place as it is today. In this programme contrasted impressions are brought together. with Jane Jordan Rogers
Mavis Villiers , Mary Wimbush
Cécile Chevreau
Miriam Margoyles , Eva Haddon Marvin Kane , Nigel Graham
Allan McClelland , Alan Tilvern
Arthur Lawrence , Garard Green
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
See previous page
Network Three

THE THIRTIES IN BRITAIN

Murder in the Cathedral by T. S. Eliot with and Plainchant sung by a section of THE SCHOLA POLYPHONICA
Conductor. HENRY WASHINGTON
Produced by DOUGLAS CLEVERDON
Second broadcast
A Radio in Europe ' production followed by an interlude at 10.90
Network Three

BACK TO METHUSELAH

A Metabiological Pentateuch by Bernard Shaw
Cecil Parker
Renée Asherson
Alec McCowen
Valerie White
Heron Carvic in Part 4
Tragedy of an Elderly Gentleman
ACT 1: A.D. 3000. Burrin Pier on the south shore of Galway Bay in Ireland. A fine summer day
ACT 2: A courtyard before the columned portico of a temple
Music composed by JOHN LAMBERT
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Part 5: Friday at 8.5 p.m.
Network Three

1½ MILLION GALLONS OF WATER A SECOND

by Michel Butor
Translated by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
In two of his books Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand describes the Niagara Falls as they were in 1791. Three years ago, as a visiting Professor at the University of Buffalo, French novelist Michel Butor studied the place as it is today. In this programme contrasted impressions are brought together. with Jane Jordan Rogers
Mavis Villiers , Mary Wimbush Cecile Chevreau
Miriam Margolyes , Eva Haddon
Marvin Kane , Nigel Graham
Allan McClelland , Alan Tilvern
Arthur Lawrence , Garard Green
Produced by RAYNER REPPENSTALL
Second broadcast followed by an interlude at 7.28
Network Three

A CERTAIN PLUME

A study of the writings of Henri Michaux poet, painter, and experimentalist in modern drugs by Barbara Bray
Those taking part include: ANNE BEFTESFORD
JACQUES BRUNIUS
HERON CARVIC
VALENTINE DYALL
BILL HORSLEY
PATRICIA LEVENTON
PETER MARINKER
Narrator, DOUGLAS STORM
Produced by DOROTHY BAKER
Third broadcast
Network Three

BREAK MY HEART

by William Golding with Robert Harris
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Network Three

BREAK MY HEART

by William Golding with Robert Harris
A schoolmaster may long to help, and a boy in desperate trouble may long to confide, but the barriers of age and of loyalty must often keep them silent.
Produced by NESTA PAIN
Second broadcast
Network Three

BACK TO METHUSELAH

A Metabiological Pentateuch by Bernard Shaw
Cecil Parker
Renée Asherson
Alec McCowen
Valerie White
Heron Carvic in Part 4
Tragedy of an Elderly Gentleman
Acrl: A.D. 3000. Burrin Pier on the south shore of Galway Bay In Ireland. A fine summer day
Acr 2: A courtyard before the columned portico of a temple
Music composed by JOHN LAMBERT
Produced by H. B. FORTUIN
Second broadcast
Port 5: As Far as Thought Can
Network Three

GRABINOULOR

A study of Pierre Albert-Birot
Compiled, translated, and introduced by BARBARA WRIGHT
Readers,
CARLETON HOBBS HERON CARVIC
Produced by RAYNER HEPPENSTALL
Grabinoulor is the eponymous hen of Albert-Birot's fantastic and seemingly interminable prose epic. This octogenarian French writer has worked on its successive Instalments ever since 1916. At that time he also brought out SIC, a periodical in which all the avant-garde names of the day appeared.
To be repeated on July 11






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