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BBC Home Service Basic

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY'

by Jane Austen. Adapted for broadcasting by Jonquil Antony. Produced by Barbara Burnham. Part 3
BBC Home Service Basic

Appointment With Fear: No.6: The Man Who Was Afraid of Dentists

by John Dickson Carr
(Second series). Weekly half-hour of mystery and suspense.
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Story-Teller (by permission of Tom Arnold and Ivor Novello): Franklin Dyall.
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre Henry Ainley and Mabel Constanduros in ' THE GREAT ADVENTURE

Play by Arnold Bennett , adapted for broadcasting by Peter Creswell , and produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Bryan Powley , John Dodsworth , Bernard Rebel , Heron Carvic , and Alan Blair
BBC Home Service Basic

Phyllis Neilson-Terry and Leslie Banks In 'MACBETH'

by William Shakespeare. Adapted for broadcasting by Hugh Stewart , with incidental music by William Walton. Produced by Val Gielgud.
Other parts played by Alexander Sarner , Alan Blair , Lucille Lisle , and Heron Carvic
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre Pamela Stanley and Griffith Jones in -' THE WIND AND THE RAIN '

Play by Merton Hodge , produced by Hugh Stewart (by permission of Linnit and Dunfee, Ltd )
BBC Home Service Basic

'OUR FATHERS THAT BEGAT US'

Play by Blair, produced by Howard Rose (by permission of H. M. Tennent Ltd.)
Others taking part are Dermot Cathie , Foster Carlin , Sybil Arun dale, John Dodsworth , John Garley , William Trent , Wilfred Babbage , and Heron Carvic
BBC Home Service Basic

' Life and the Theatre' Abraham Sofaer in 'VOLPONE' or 'THE FOX

Comedy by Ben Jonson (1574-1637). Abridged and arranged for broadcasting by Eric Linklater , and produced by John Burrell
Scene : Venice
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Saturday-Night Theatre Grizelda Hervey and Heron Carvic in THE GREEN GODDESS'

Play by William Archer , adapted for broadcasting by Howard Rose , produced by Fred O'Donovan
Other parts played by Frank Cochrane ,
John Dodsworth , Duncan McIntyre , and Charles Maunsell
Scene : A remote region at the back of the Himalaya Mountains
BBC Home Service Basic

' Wednesday Matinee ' TWO SHORT PLAYS

4.15 ' He that Saveth his Life' by Godfrey Heseltine , produced by Hugh Stewart
4.45 Golden Wedding' by J. W. S. Clare , produced by Hugh Stewart
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'THE SHOP OH THE CORNER'

Play for broadcasting by L. A. G. Strong
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
BBC Home Service Basic

RONCERTO FOR CROOKS'

Play by Peter Cheyney
Both plays produced by Hugh Stewart
BBC Home Service Basic

'MR. LEVINGROU'S DAUGHTER'

by Edgar Wallace : short story from ' Again the Three Just Men,' adapted for broadcasting by Frank Ellwood , and produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company.
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre Edith Evans and Laidman Browne in ' ROBERT'S WIFE'

Play by St. John Ervine. Adapted for broadcasting by Lance Sieveking. Produced by Howard Rose
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'THE MAN WHO WENT BACK'

Play for broadcasting by Gordon Glover , produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Grizelda Hervey , Gladys Spencer , Cyril Gardiner ,
Lewis Stringer. Preston Lockwood , Gerald Case , Frank Cochrane , and Peter Cozens
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre 'AUTUMN VIOLINS'

by Ilya Sourgutcheff. Translated by George Reavey ,' and adapted for broadcasting by M. H. Allen. Produced by Barbara Burnham Scene : Provincial Russia, at the end of the last century
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee 'THE LATE MR. BANNISTER'

New play. specially written for broadcasting by Wallace Geoffrey. Produced by Muriel Pratt
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre Bryan Powley, Richard Williams, and Barry Morse in 'THE BURGOMASTER OF STILEMONDE'

Play by Maurice Maeterlinck. Broadcasting version by Lance Sieveking and Muriel Pratt , founded on the translation of Alexander de Mattos. Produced by Howard Rose
The action takes place at the end of August 1914. at Stilemonde. a small town in Belgian Flanders
BBC Home Service Basic

'THE GREAT BARRISTER'

A radio biography, by H. R. Jeans. Produced by Howard Rose anand
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre Anthony Hawtrey and Heron Carvic in 'ROPE'

by Patrick Hamilton. Produced by Val Gielgud
(by permission of Firth Shepliard)
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre 'GRUMPY'

Play by Horace Hodges and T. Wigney Percyval. Adapted for broadcasting by Cynthia Pughe , and produced by Hugh Stewart
Older generations of playgoers will welcome the return to the microphone of Cyril Maude. Listening to him in a part that has become almost as famous on the air as it was on the stage, it will be difficult to realise that he made his first stage appearance in 1884. None of his innumerable leading parts endeared him more to the public than that of old Bullivant, who so belied his grumpy exterior and taught the younger generation how to catch jewel thieves.






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