A new play for radio by Gilbert Travers Thomas
A good personality, drive, ability to handle men-these are Richard's stock-in-trade when he is axed from the Army. Every ex-officer makes the same claim.
Production by Audrey Cameron
The Case of The Late Pig by Margery Allingham adapted for radio by FELIX FELTON and SUSAN ASHMAN with Walter Fitzgerald and Denys Hawthorne
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by AUDREY CAMERON
Repeated: Monday at 3.1.5 p.m.
Richard Hurndall is in ' Hostile Witness at the Haymarket Theatre; Barbara Mitchell is at the Mermaid Theatre, London See facing page
with Alan Gifford and Philip Leaver in Mystery Mile by MARGERY ALLINGHAM adapted and produced by Audrey Cameron
See below and page 3
Repeated on Monday at 3.0
Richard Hurndall is appearing in The Affair' at the Strand Theatre, London
by Arnold Bennett adapted for radio in ten episodes by Michael Black
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced bv Martyn C. Webster and David H. Godfrey
by Arnold Bennett
Adapted for radio in ten episodes by Michael Black
10-' A Marriage is Arranged '
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by Martyn C. Webster and David H. Godfrey
A new play by John Mark
Adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Cast in order of speaking:
The action takes place at Hillside, a secondary modern school in a provincial town
Production by Dion Antony
The story of a great partnership in six episodes by Leslie Baily
4—' The First Quarrel'
Other parts played by: Eric Phillips. Olwen Brookes
George Skillan. Ysanne Churchman; and Betty Fleetwood
Narrator, Hugh Burden
The songs from the operas sung by: Webster Booth Gwen Catley
Victoria Elliott. Arnold Matters
George James . Janet Howe
Denis Bowen , Gilbert Wright
Pianist. Alan Richardson
(Chorus-Master, Leslie Woodgate )
BBC Concert Orchestra (Leader, John Sharpe )
Conductor, Charles Mackerras Production by Vernon Harris
(The BBC acknowledges the assistance of Miss Bridget D'Oyly Carte and of Sir Newman Flower , the biographer of Sir Arthur Sullivan )
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