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Saturday-Night Theatre The Three Daughters of Monsieur Dupont

by BRIEUX (1858-1932) translated by ST JOHN HANKIN adapted for radio by JAMES DUCKETT
A ' comedy so true to life we have to call it tragi-comEdy' (Bernard Shaw ), this unjustly neglected play deals with Monsieur Dupont's plans to arrange the lives of his three daughters to his own advantage. In the process, Julie, his youngest, discovers truths more recently publicised by Women's Lib.
Producer JAMES DUCKETT (from Birmingham)
9.58 Weather
BBC Radio 4 FM

Saturday-Night Theatre

Wild Flowers and Grains of Sand by ROBIN SMYTH with Bonnie Hurren and John Bull
A Fulham family saga 1910-1914, set against a backdrop of music-halls, political meetings and football matches.
FRED: It's people, not profits, what concerns me. And all people really want is enough to live on and a few bob to play with. Musicians: MAX LEWIN (percussion), BILLY BELL (banjo), DENIS BOWDEN (double-bass), DENNIS GOMM (piano), MANNY WINTERS (flute)
Producer MICHAEL BARTLETT
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Misanthrope

The National Theatre production of MOLIÈRE'S classic English version by TONY HARRISON with Alec McCowen and Diana Rigg This version was commissioned by The National Theatre to celebrate the tercentenary of Moliere's death in 1973. Tony Harrison and the director John Dexter set the play in 1966 during the ' reign ' of Charles de Gaulle, exactly 300 years after the first performance of Le Misanthrope. This radio production is presented to celebrate the introductory season in the Lyttleton Theatre at the new National Theatre on the South Bank.
Directed for the theatre by JOHN DEXTER
Music by MARC WILKINSON Musicians: BILLY BELL
ROGER POTTER , TERRY WALSH
MARC WILKINSON , DOUGIE WRIGHT Produced for radio by IAN COTTERELL
(Starting next week at this time: The Small. Intricate Life of Gerald C. Potter )
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

as he encourages his guests to speak lightly, perhaps with illumination, about some of the week's news they have made or observed. Musical interludes by Peter Skellern and Jeremy Nicholas
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

as he encourages his guests to speak lightly, perhaps with illumination, about some of the week's news they have made or observed.
Musical interludes by PETER SKELLERN and JEREMY NICHOLAS Producer IAN R. GARDHOUSE
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

as he encourages his guests to speak lightly, perhaps with illumination, about some of the week's news they have made or observed. Musical interludes by PETER SKELLERN and JEREMY NICHOLAS.
Producer IAN R. GARDHOUSE
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

as he encourages his guests to speak lightly, perhaps with illumination, about some of the week's news they have made or observed.
Musical interludes by PETER SKELLERN and JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer IAN R. GARDHOUSE
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Monday Play

The Misanthrope
The National Theatre production of MOLIÈRE'S classic in an English version by TONY HARRISON with Alec McCowen and Diana Rigg This version was commissioned by The National Theatre to celebrate the tercentenary of Moliere's death in 1973. Tony Harrison and the director, John Dexter , set the play in 1966 during the ' reign ' of Charles de Gaulle , exactly 300 years after the first performance.
Music by MARC WILKINSON
Musicians: BILLY BELL , ROGER POTTER , TERRY WALSH , DOUGIE WRIGHT and MARC WILKINSON
Directed for the theatre by JOHN DEXTER. Produced for radio by IAN COTTERELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

and his guests. Musical interludes by JEREMY NICHOLAS Producer HUGH PURCELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson and his guests in conversation

inspired by amusing or bemusing episodes of the week. Musical interludes by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Benny Green

and his guests in conversation inspired by amusing or bemusing episodes of the week. Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

Musical interludes by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

Musical interludes by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
BBC Radio 4 FM

Saturday-Night Theatre: Mr Perrin and Mr Traill

by Hugh Walpole, adapted for radio by Val Gielgud
with Marius Goring, Hugh Burden, Jeremy Clyde, Joan Matheson and Sandra Clark

Mr Perrin has been a master at Moffatt's school for some 20 years where life has been somewhat humdrum. With the arrival of young Mr Traill, however, this is greatly changed and, for Perrin, becomes considerably less happy.
Directed by DAVID H. GODFREY
9.58 Weather
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

and his guests
Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer HUGH PURCELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

and his guests
Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer HUGH PURCELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

Stop the Week with Robert Robinson

Musical punctuations by JEREMY NICHOLAS
Producer HUGH PURCELL






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