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Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery: Part 1

Written by E.J. Bell.
A television serial in six parts.
[Starring] Bernard Horsfall
with Heron Carvic as the Impostor
BBC Television

Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery: Part 6

Written by E.J. Bell.
A television serial in six parts.
[Starring] Bernard Horsfall as Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery
with Heron Carvic as the Impostor
BBC Television

Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery: Part 3

Written by E.J. Bell.
A television serial in six parts.
[Starring] Bernard Horsfall as Captain Moonlight
with Heron Carvic as the Impostor
Third Programme

Michael Hordem in 'THE GUILT OF KING POLYCRATES '

A Melodrama for an Age of Prosperity
A verse play for radio based on Herodotus by Peter Gurney
Music by Humphrey Searle
Production by Raymond Raikes
ARGEJA, daughter of Polycrates (June Tobin); POLYCRATES, king of Samoa (Michael Hordern ); CITIZENS of Samos (Philip Cunningham. Hugh Dickson , Cabriel Woolf ); HERALD (John Hollis ); EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR (Heron Carvic ); HERODOTUS, the historian (Charles Simon ); A CAPTAIN (John Humphry ); AMASIS, king of Egypt (Leon Quarlermaine ); THE RING (Diana Olssen ); MESSENGER (Jon Rollason ); A FISHERMAN (Douglas Storm); ANACREON, the singer and poet (Kenneth Dight ); LYDIAN AMBASSADOR (Hugh Manning ); OROETES, governor of Lydia (Malcolm. Hayes); Other Voices (members of the BBC Dratna Repertory Company)
Singers and the Sinfonia of London conducted by the composer
Polycrates' rule in Samos began c. 540 B.C.
BBC Television

Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery: Part 2

Written by E. J. Bell.
A television serial in six parts.
[Starring] Bernard Horsfall as Captain Moonlight: Man of Mystery
with Heron Carvic as the Impostor
Third Programme

Michael Hordem in ' THE GUILT OF KING POLYCRATES'

A Melodrama for an Age of Prosperity
A verse play for radio based on Herodotus by Peter Gurney
Music by Humphrey Searle
Production by Raymond Raikes
ARGEIA, daughter of Polycrates June
Tobin); POLYCRATES. king of Samos
(Michael Hordern ); CITIZENS Of Samos
(Philip Cunningham , Hugh Dickson ,
Gabriel Woolf ); HERALD (John Hollis );
EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR (Heron Carvic ),
HERODOTUS, the historian (Charles Simon );
A CAPTAIN (John Humphry ); AMASIS, king of Egypt (Leon Quartermaine ); THE KING
(Diana Olsson ); MESSENGER (Jon RoUason );
A FISHERMAN (Douglas Storm); ANACREON, the singer and poet (Kenneth Dight );
LYDIAN AMBASSADOR (Hugh Manning );
OROETES, governor of Lydia (
Malcolm Hayes ); Voices (Diana Olsson and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company)
Singers and the Sinfonia of London conducted by the composer
Polycrates's rule in Samos began c. 540 B.C.
Third Programme

EASTWARD HO !

A comedy by JOHN MARSTON GEORGE CHAPMAN and BEN JONSON with Donald Wolfit , Charles Leno
June Tobin , and John Slater
Music by Christopher Whelen
SCENE: London and Thames-side, 1605
Touchstone, a tradesman of Goldsmith's Row, Cheapside, Donald Wolflt ; Quicksilver and Golding, his apprentices, Charles Leno and Hugh Dickson ; Gertrude and Mildred, his daughters. June Tobin and Freda Dowie ; Poldavy, a tailor, Tom Wat son: Sir Petronel Flash, Heron Carvic ; Mistress Touchstone, Marjorie Westbury; Security, a usurer, John Slater ; Winnifrid, his wife, Nervs Kerfoot ; Sindefy, a punk, Janette Richer: Bramble, a lawyer, Charles Simon ; Capt. Seagull, Michael Turner ; Drawer at the Blue Anchor Tavern, Billingsgate, Keith Williams ; Slitgut, butcher's apprentice, Michael Bates ; Master Wolf , keeper of the prison, Lawrence Baskeomb ; Holdfast, a turnkey, Tom Watson : with members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Desmond Dupre. (lute) and a section of the New Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES
: second broadcast
DURING THE INTERVAL (6.5-6.15 app.)
Gordon Jacob : Movements from A William Byrd Suite on a gramophone record
BBC Television

Beauty and the Beast: Part 1

by Nicholas Stuart Gray.
with Jennifer Daniel, Jeremy Brett, Heron Carvic
BBC Television

Beauty and the Beast: Part 2

by Nicholas Stuart Gray.
with Jennifer Daniel, Jeremy Brett and Heron Carvic
BBC Television

Beauty and the Beast: Part 1

A second showing of the play by Nicholas Stuart Gray.
with Jennifer Daniel, Jeremy Brett and Heron Carvic
See page 39
BBC Television

Beauty and the Beast: Part 2

by Nicholas Stuart Gray.
with Jennifer Daniel, Jeremy Brett and Heron Carvic
First shown last January
BBC Home Service Basic

GRASSHOPPERS

Their language of song; their unusual mating behaviour; their curious method of propagation, and the struggle of the young grasshopper for life
Written and produced by Nesta Pain
Music composed and conducted by Antony Hopkins Narrator, MICHAEL HORDERN with David King-Wood
Ronald Simpson , Duncan Carse Lionel Harris , Heron Carvic
First broadcast in Dec. 1955
See page 30
BBC Home Service Basic

The Impostors: The Ghost of Katie King

A series of fakes, frauds, and forgeries
The story of FLORENCE COOK, the medium, whose reputation in spiritualist circles was confirmed by the investigations of Sir William Crookes. O.M., the distinguished Victorian scientist
Written by LEONARD COTTRELL
Based on the book The Spiritualists by Trevor H. Hall with Hugh Burden as narrator and Prunella Scales as Florence Cook
Trevor H. Hall 's narration read by HERON CARVIC
Mr. Anderson's statement read by IVAN SAMSON with Michael Sherwell and Blaise Wyndham
Produced by DAVID THOMSON
Valentine Dyall is appearing in "The Bed-Sitting Room" at the Mermaid Theatre, London
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 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 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 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

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
BBC Home Service Basic

PORTRAIT OF CHARLOTTE BRONTE

Written and narrated by Naomi Lewis with Others taking part:
Pamela Craig Joan Matheson
Norman Claridge Denys Hawthorne Gillian Raine Philip Leaver Pauline Wynn Heron Carvic
Produced by DOROTHY BAKER
See facing page
Network Three

ARTAUD LE MOMO

by Charles Marowitz
A study of Antonin Artaud and The Theatre of Cruelty with Anthony Jacobs as Antonin Artaud
Others taking part HERON CARVIC
DOUGLAS HANKIN DENIS MCCARTHY and ALAN WHEATLEY
The programme includes contributions in English and French from
Roger Blin , Arthur Adamov Henri Thomas and Dr. Gaston Ferdiere
†Produced by DOROTHY BAKER
To be repeated on Sept. 14






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