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MOONSTRIKE

A series of programmes on the work of wartime agents on special operations in Occupied France
Written by Robert Barr with Richard Hurndall as Colonel Maurice Buckmaster 3: A Safe House
Produced by CHARLES MAXWELL
Richard Humdall is in ' 'Hostile Witness ' at the Havmarket Theatre, London
BBC Home Service Basic

THE LIVES OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN

A second hearing of the new and revised production of the radio biography in six parts written by Leslie Baily with Clive Morton as W. S. Gilbert
Richard Hurndall as Arthur Sullivan
Alan Wheatley as Richard D'Oyly Carte
PART 4: The First Quarrel
Other parts played by Ralph Truman. Olwen Brookes and Christina Gray
The Narrator. HUGH BURDEN
THE RADIO ORCHESTRA
Leader, Julien Gaillard
Conducted by ALAN PAUL
Excerpts from the Gilbert and Sullivan operas taken from long-playing gramophone records
Produced by VERNON HARRIS
Broadcast on January 3
BBC Two England

Horizon: Dynamo

The life of Michael Faraday.
Dynamo is the life story of a supreme experimentalist: it relives some of the turning points in Faraday's remarkable career in science, and reconstructs the crucial work he carried out in the laboratory at the Royal Institution, which remains as it was when he worked there a hundred years ago.
With Ian Richardson as Michael Faraday, Freda Dowie as Sarah Faraday, Richard Bebb as Sir Humphry Davy
and Richard Hurndall, Nicholas Edmett, Cyril Shaps, Godfrey Kenton, Harold Reese
(Ian Richardson is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
BBC One London

Drama Playhouse presents: The Regiment: The Father of the Regiment

by Robin Chapman
Starring Richard Hurndall

In June 1895 the Colonel-in-Chief of an Infantry Regiment wrote a letter to The Times daring to criticise the structure of the British Army. This simple act led to bitter humiliation and social disgrace.
(Officers and gentlemen: page 5)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Sherlock Holmes: 4: The Naval Treaty

Barry Foster as Sherlock Holmes and David Buck as Dr Watson in a new dramatisation of 13 of the best-known short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Dramatised by Bill Morrison
With Richard Kay as Percy Phelps and Richard Hurndall as Lord Holdhurst
'This small roll of papers is the original of a secret treaty between England and Italy which has just been concluded. It is of enormous importance that nothing further should leak out. I need them copied. Can you do it?'
BBC Birmingham
(Stereo/Binaural)
BBC One London

Doctor Who: The Five Doctors

A one-part special story by Terrance Dicks

A special story to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the longest-running science-fiction series in the world.
Starring Peter Davison, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton with Richard Hurndall and Tom Baker
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from Manchester with Lesley Judd
Captives of Industry:
Acklington Prison has introduced a popular course for inmates-Small Business Management.
Swallows and Bolsheviks: Arthur Ransome was born 100 years ago. Writer/ director Mike Healey recalls the life of this
Yorkshire journalist who married Trotsky's secretary and settled in the Lake District.
Producer DUNA STENSON BBC Manchester Over the Bridge by RICHARD CHURCH abridged in ten parts by PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Read by RICHARD HURNDALL (10)
(Music: Glazunov's
Saxophone Concerto)
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday Matinee 'THE SAINT OF VIRETTE'

by Antonia Ridge
Adapted for broadcasting by Patrick Campbell
In the past
The Curé of Virette.Richard Hurndall
Produced by Frederick Bradnum
Third Programme

Lewis Casson Barbara Jefford, Gladys Young in 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL*

by William Shakespeare
Arranged for broadcasting and directed by Barbara Burnham with music selected by Cynthia Pughe
Characters in order of speaking:
(Continued In next column)
A herald, lords, soldiers, servants played by Richard Hurndall , Hamilton Dyce and Stanley Groome
Scene:
Roussillon — Paris— Florence —
Marseilles
During the interval (8.20-8.30 app.) there will be gramophone records of music from Respighi's Third Suite of Ancient Airs and Dances for the Lute, played by the Berlin Phil harmonic Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Hans von Benda followed by an Interlude at 9.50
Third Programme

Lewis Casson Barbara Jefford, Gladys Young in 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL'

by William Shakespeare
Arranged for broadcasting and directed by Barbara Burnham with music selected by Cynthia Pughe
Characters in order of speaking:
A herald, lords, soldiers. servants played by Richard Hurndall , Hamilton Dyce and Stanley Groome
Scene:
Roussillon - Paris - Florence -
Marseilles
(Lewis Canon is appearing in ' Much Ado About Nothing ' at the Phoenix Theatre; Max Adrian , in ' Penny Plain' at the St. Martin's Theatre, London)
E. M. W. Tillyard writes on page 6
During the interval in the performance of ' All's Well That Ends Well ' (from approximately 7.15 to 7.30 p.m.) there will be a programme of music from Respighi's Third Suite of Ancient Airs and Dances for the Lute, played by the Quartetto di Roma: on gramophone records
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The Gorgon's Head

by Stephen Black
Adapted from the novel by Ladbroke Black
[Starring] Richard Hurndall in a quite unbelievable comedy
'I would never have believed it unless I had seen it with my own eyes. But your uncle has been turned to stone!'
Production by Martyn C. Webster
Other parts played by: Hugh David, Geoffrey Matthews, Julian Forbes, and Charles Hodgson
Third Programme

' ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY'

A fable by William Golding
Produced by Peter Duval Smith with Stanlev Beard. Richard Hurndall
Wvndham Milligan , Peter Neil
Bryan Powley. Leonard Williams and Anthony Woodruff
Singer, Alfred Deller
Incidental music composed by Elisabeth Lutyens conducted by Edward Clark
To the court of one of the Caesars at about the beginning of the third century after Christ comes a genius from Alexandria with three inventions which he offers to the Emperor. This fable tells of what the first two inventions did -but what of the third?
Third Programme

'THE DUCHESS AT SUNSET'

The first of a group of Proust reconstructions by Pamela Hansford Johnson
Produced by Rayner Heppenstall
Date: 1941. The characters from Marcel Proust's A la Recherche du Temps Perdu are imagined to be still in their heyday. with Esm Percy , Oliver Burt. Barbara Trevor , Richard Hurndall ,
Joe Sterne , Malcolm Hayes , Bryan Powley , Raf de la Torre , and Gladys Spencer
Music by Arthur Oldham
This group of programmes, originally broadcast singly between 1948 and 1956, deals variously with characters from, and unexplored situations in, Proust's work. The programmes are to be broadcast at weekly intervals over the next six weeks. The Duchess at Sunset, a pure jeu d'esprit, will be followed by a serious study of the marriage of M. de Charlus, to which A la Recherche alludes only once. Later we shall examine the point of view of Albertine, the curious development of Saint-Loup, Swann's jealousy, and the fulfilment through art of those seemingly wasted lives of which the chief was the composer Vinteuil's.
' Madame de Charlus': January 10
Light Programme

Thirty-Minute Theatre: They

by Rudyard Kipling.
Adapted for broadcasting by Giles Cooper.
[Starring] Hester Paton Brown and Richard Hurndall
Repeated on Saturday at 11.0 a.m.
(Home Services not Midland)
Light Programme

MRS. DALE'S DIARY

Script by Robert Turley
Repeated on Friday at 11.15 a.m.
Mrs. Dale writes:
Miriam and I went ahead with our plans for her magazine feature and hoped to do most of the work when I thought Jim would be away, but he is now being evasive about his holiday dates. I still haven't reminded him about our wedding anniversary. Richard has engaged a Mrs. Cunningham as his secretary in place of the bird-watcher, and thinks she will be very good. Sue's efforts to help Pat over the Myra situation have proved useless; but Elsie thinks romance is in the air-for her and Mr. Bonner!
Mrs. Dale, Ellis Powell ; Dr. Dale, James Dale ; Mrs. Freeman, Dorothy Lane ; Sally Fulton , Margaret Ward ; Sue Douglas , Valerie Kirkbright ; Carleton Dale , Glyn Dearman ; Bob Dale , Leslie Heritage; Miriam Dale , Brenda Dunrich ; Jenny Dale , Julia Braddock ; Grandfather Dale , Jack Shaw ; Henry Freeman , Preston Lockwood; Louise Harrison , Gretel Davis ; Flora Dale, Madeleine Christie ; Martin Harvill , Richard Hurndall ; Vicky Clare , Lydia Sherwood ; Johnnie Harvill , Frank Duncan ; Rosa Monteith , Gudrun Urc ; Violet Hichens , Margot Bryant ; Mrs. Maggs, Grace Allardyce ; Man, Julian Somers , Woman, Grizelda Hervey Produced by Betty Davits and Eileen Cullen
Light Programme

MRS. DALE'S DIARY

Script' by Jonquil Antony
Repeated on Monday at 11.16 a.m.
Produced by Betty Davies and Eileen Cullen
Mrs. Dale writes:
Jim and I went down to Gimlet
Green last Thursday and we took Sue with us. We met Richard's new secretary and liked her very much. All the installations required for Miriam's magazine feature began to arrive and I felt alarmed when I realised all it would involve. I even tried to back out, but it was no good. At the same time I had to start preparing for Jim's fishing trip, though he still wouldn't tell me when he's leaving. Carleton has passed his exams and is going up to Kings Acre to tell Grandfather Dale. Mrs. Dale, Ellis Powell ; Dr. Dale, James Dale ; Afrj. Freeman, Dorothy Lane ; Sally Fulton , Margaret Ward ; Sue Douglas, Valerie Kirkbright ; Alec Dale , Stuart Nichol ; Bob Dale , Leslie Heritage; Miriam Dale , Brenda Dunrich ; Gwen Owen , Aline Waites ; Jenny Dale , Julia Braddock ; Mrs. Maggs, Grace Allardyce ; Harvey Hichens , Eric Francis : Rosa Monteith , Gudrun Ure ; Martin Harvill , Richard Hurndall ; Louise Harrison , Sheila Robins ; Ian McNeil. Duncan Macintyre; Kravinsky, Julian Somers ; Fred, Kenneth Dight ; Mills, Arthur Gomez ; Muriel. Barbara Mitchell; Demonstrator, Sheila Grant
BBC Home Service Basic

SATURDAY-NIGHT THEATRE

Fire, Burn!
A radio play by John Keir Cross from the novel by JOHN DICKSON CARR
Fifth in the series
Murder For Pleasure with Gladys Young
Richard Hurndall
June Tobin
This is the story of an impossible crime, affecting a woman; and of an impossible situation, affecting a man.
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by AUDREY CAMERON
A new production of the play first broadcast in July 1958
BBC Two England

Breaking Point: Part 4

A thriller in five parts by Victor Canning.
Starring William Russell, Rosemary Nicols
with Terence Longdon, Bernard Kay, Richard Hurndall, Lynda Baron

Kennedy traces Stevens to Madame Kronstadt. He releases the Professor but they are trapped by Benny. There is a fight and it is Stevens who gets hold of the gun.
(Shown on Saturday)
BBC Two England

Breaking Point: Part 5

A thriller in five parts by Victor Canning.
Starring William Russell, Rosemary Nicols
with Terence Longdon, Richard Hurndall, Lynda Baron

Diana and Kennedy corner Stevens at a seaside bungalow. They agree a deal with him-unaware that Hellman has followed and is closing in for the kill.
(Shown on Saturday)
BBC Two England

The Paradise Makers: Part 3

A thriller in six parts by Arden Winch.
Starring Michael Bryant, Richard Hurndall, Joseph O'Conor

James is suspicious of the I.S.C. but lacks the proof to convince M.I.7. He later accuses his immediate I.S.C. boss of being redundant - and is promptly promoted.






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