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BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'A TRIANGLE HAS FOUR SIDES'

by Benn Pbmerance. Produced by Hugh Stewart
4.30 app. ' DISPLACED
PERSONS' by Ursula Bloom. Produced by Hugh Stewart
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'THE SEA LADY'

by H. G. Wells. Adapted for broadcasting by C. V. Thompson. Produced by Hugh Stewart
4.40 app. Interlude
4.45 ' MANY MOONS' by James Thurber. Adapted for broadcasting by Pamela Furneaux. Produced by Hugh Stewart
BBC Home Service Basic

'REMEMBER BELLAMY?'

A story of the early adventurous days in Nigeria. Written and produced by Nesta Pain
Third Programme

The Pilgrim's Progress

John Gielgud in...
From this World to that which is to Come: Delivered under the Similitude of a Dream, wherein is discovered the Manner of his Setting Out, his Dangerous Journey; and Safe Arrival at the Desired Country; by John Bunyan. Arranged for broadcasting by Edward Sackville-West, with acknowledgments to W. Nugent Monck.
Music specially composed by Vaughan Williams. BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC Chorus: conductor Sir Adrian Boult.
Soloists: Margaret Godley (soprano), Margaret Rolfe (contralto), Bradbridge White (tenor) and Stanley Riley (baritone).
BBC Home Service Basic

' THE QUEST'

play by Horton Giddy
Plays produced by David H. Godfrey
Third Programme

'CUPID AND PSYCHE'

Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
A dramatisation of the famous story which appeared in ' The Golden Ass' of Apuleius in the second century A.D.
Special music bv Antony Hopkins, played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
Third Programme

CUPID AND PSYCHE'

Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
A dramatisation of the famous story which appeared in ' The Golden Ass' of Apuleius in the second century A.D.
Special music by Antony Hopkins. played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinée 'AFTERWARD'

by Edith Wharton , adapted by Betty Stafford Robinson
4.35 app. ' EN PENSION ' by Eunice Buckley
Plays produced by David H. Godfrey
Third Programme

The Just Vengeance

(Otherwise called The Lichfield Passion) by Dorothy L. Sayers with music composed by Antony Hopkins
Produced by Peter Watts
Persons of the Chorus
Other citizens of Lichfield: Molly Rankin, Susan Richards, Madeline Burgess, William Forbes, Seymour Green, Lorna Davis, Edith Saville, George Owen, Monica Stracey, Charles Rennison, Andrew Churchman, Gabrielle Blunt, Frank Atkinson, and Vanessa Thornton
Mary's Carol and Magnificat sung by Dorothy Bond
BBC Chorus under Cyril Gell
Ambrose Porter (organ)
('The Just Vengeance' was originally performed in Lichfield Cathedral on the occasion of its 750th Anniversary Festival, in 1946). An introductory article by Canon V. A Demant appears on page 5)
Third Programme

Cupid and Psyche

Written and produced by Louis MacNeice
A dramatisation of the famous story that appeared in "The Golden Ass" of Apuleius in the second century A.D.
Music by Antony Hopkins, played by the BBC Theatre Orchestra
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre presents Patrick Hamilton's ' THE DUKE IN DARKNESS'

with Leslie Banks
Hugh Burden , James McKechnie , and Walter Fitzgerald
Adapted for radio by the author. Music composed by Alan Bush (specially recorded for the stage production). Produced by Felix Felton
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'DEEP RIVER'

by Charles Hatton. Adapted for broadcasting from John Galsworthy 's short story ' Water '
4.35 app. ' SIR BORLOYS
AND THE DARK KNIGHT' by Elfrieda Paxton. Adapted for broadcasting from Anthony Armstrong 's short story ' The Naughty Princess '
Plays produced by Hugh Stewart
Third Programme

'THE CANTERBURY TALES'

I-The Prologue and ' The Nun's Priest's Tole'
Extracts from Chaucer's poem. arranged for broadcasting by Nevill Coghill and read by Cecil Trouncer , James McKechnie , Deryck Guyler , Mabel Con standuros, and Heron Carvic
Produced by Stephen Potter
Third Programme

'THE CANTERBURY TALES'

4—' The Friar's Tale ' ' The Pardoner's Tale ' and The Prioress's Tale *
Further extracts from Chaucer's poem, arranged for broadcasting by Nevill Coghill and read by Ronald Simpson , Arthur Young , Cathleen Nesbitt , Cecil Trouncer , Malcolm Graeme , Antony Eustrel , Ivor Barnard , Betty Potter , Heron Carvic , and Brian Weske
Produced by Stephen Potter






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