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Henry James
Lord Redcliffe-Maud presents his choice of extracts from The Other House, The Turn of the Screw, and other novels and stories, with the help of BETTY HARDY. Produced by VIRGINIA BROWNE-WILKINSON
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A weekly magazine of the arts Presented by Alexander Walker
The Front Page: Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur 's celebrated comedy about Chicago newspapermen in the roaring 20s produced for the first time in Britain by the National Theatre Company at the Old Vic
The Nightcomers: KINGSLEY amis discusses Michael Win ner's film, which provides a prologue to Henry James 's ghostly story The Turn of the Screw
Producers ROSEMARY HART and MICHAEL HEFFERNAN
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Morning Story

A Fine Turn of Speed by MEG SEATON
Read by Carleton Hobbs
' Good healthy life inside,' said Spider. ' No dissipations.... You should see me in the exercise yard. The screws have bets on my time.'
Producer BARBARA CROWTHER
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The Turn of the Screw

by HENRY JAMES , abridged in five episodes by NEVILLE TELLER Read by Anna Massey (1)
' In going on with the record of what was hideous at Bly I not only challenge the most liberal faith - for which I little care; but - and this is another matter - I renew what I myself suffered.'
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
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The Turn of the Screw

by HENRY JAMES
Read by ANNA MASSEY (5)
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

Zorba the Greek by NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS translated by CARL wilbman abridged for radio in 15 episodes by DONALD BANCROFT
Read by JOHN shrapnel (15) Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS
( Starting on Monday: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James , read by Anna Massey )
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A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw by HENRY JAMES , abridged in five parts by NEVILLE TELLER Read by Anna Masscy (11
' la going on with the record of what was hideous at Bly I not only challenge the most liberal faith - for which I little care: but - and this is another matter -1 renew what I myself suffered.'
Producer MAURICE LEITCH
(The Horror at Bly: tomorrow
9.45 pm Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw by HENRY JAMES abridged in five episodes by NEVILLE TELLER
Read by Anna Massey (1) ' In going on with the record of what was hideous at Bly I not only challenge the most liberal faith - for which I little care; but - and this is another matter - I renew what I myself suffered.' Producer MAURICE LEITCH (First broadcast in 1977) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (2) long wave unly
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (3) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (4) long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

A Book at Bedtime

The Turn of the Screw (5) by HENRY JAMES long wave only
BBC Radio 4 FM

Kaleidoscope

Aldeburgh Festival The 36th Aldeburgh Festival, founded by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears , started last weekend. Highlights this year include a performance of Britten's War Requiem, conducted by Simon Rattle ; a production of Turn of the Screw directed by Basil Coleman ; and a series of discussions and concerts focusing on the Polish composer Lutoslawski. Natalie Wheen talks to Simon Rattle ,
Basil Coleman. Sir Peter Pears , John Piper and Oliver Knussen.
Producer JOHN BOUNDY






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