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BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee QUITE FRANKLY'

Series written for broadcasting by Ann Stephenson. Produced by Muriel Pratt. No. 3—' Whatever You Like
BBC Home Service Basic

WEDNESDAY MATINEE

Three short plays produced by Muriel Pratt
' How the Whale got his Throat '
Adapted from Rudyard Kipling 's ' Just-So ' story by Maurice Brown.
With Bryan Powley. Belle Chrystall , Ernest Sefton , and Val Gielgud
4.15 'Quite Frankly'
Series written for broadcasting by Ann Stephenson , with Heron Carvic as Henry Clear , Rita Vale , and Preston Lockwood. No. 4—' Truth Without Tears'
4.30 'The Return'
Written for broadcasting by Marjorie Brereton
BBC Home Service Basic

' A CHILD IS BORN'

A modern drama of the Nativity, by Stephen Vincent Benet. Produced by Muriel Pratt
Other parts played by Bryan Powley, BasU Jones, and Roger Snowdon. Music composed and conducted by Antony Hopkins
BBC Home Service Basic

WEDNESDAY MATINEE

' The Cat That Walked By HimseU'
Adapted from Rudyard Kipling 's ' Just-So ' story and produced by Maurice Brown
BBC Home Service Basic

Starred Programme 'PIPPA PASSES'

by Robert Browning. Arranged and produced by D. G. Bridson. Songs and incidental music- composed by Norman Fulton , and under the direction of Walter Goehr
Other parts played by Richard Williams , Preston Lockwood , Heron Carvic , Alan Blair , Cyril Gardiner , William Trent. Frank Cochrane , Joan Littlewood. Ellinore Stuart , Grizelda Hervey
BBC Home Service Basic

'DUSK BEFORE FIREWORKS'

by Dorothy Parker , adapted for broadcasting by Rita Vale. Produced by Martyn C. Webster
BBC Home Service Basic

Starred Programme Carroll Gibbons in ' MUSIC FOR MISS ROGERS'

Play written for broadcasting by Margaret Gore-Browne . Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster.
Other parts played by Ernest Sefton. Preston Lockwood. Gladys Spencer. Dermot Cathie. Shelagh Fraser. and William Trent
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee ' QUITE FRANKLY '

Series written for broadcasting by Ann Stephenson. Produced by Muriel Pratt. No. 5—' Gift Horses '
BBC Home Service Basic

'THE TEMPTATION OF MR. PODBURY'

Comedy specially written for broadcasting by Wallace Geoffrey . Produced by Val Gielgud
Other parts played by Roger Snowdon , Frank Partington. and Peter Noble
BBC Home Service Basic

Frederick Lloyd and Henry Ainley in 'BARLASCH OF THE GUARD'

Freely adapted for broadcasting by Norman Edwards from the novel by H. Seton Merriman. Produced .by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster. Episode 1—Dantzig: 1812 and with Dermot Cathie , Frank Partington. Stanley Groome. and Foster Carlin
BBC Home Service Basic

Starred Programme ' THE GENTLEMAN IN THE PARLOUR'

Play written for broadcasting by Mabel Constanduros and Howard Agg , based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham. Special music composed and conducted by Antony Hopkins. Produced by Val Gielgud
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
BBC Home Service Basic

' QUITE FRANKLY '

Series written for broadcasting by Ann Stephenson , with Heron Carvic as Henry Clear. Produced by Muriel Pratt. No. 6—' Too, Too Kind '
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinee QUITE FRANKLY

Series by Ann Stephenson. Produced by Muriel Pratt. No.—' Don't Smile. Please,' with Heron Carvic , Audrey Teesdale , and Preston Lockwood
BBC Home Service Basic

' THE CRAB THAT PLAYED WITH THE SEA

Adapted by Maurice Brown from Rudyard Kipling's ' Just So ' story. Produced by Muriel Pratt. Cast includes Richard Williams , Dermot Cathie , Heron Carvic , Roger Snowdon. Josephine Shand. Basil Jones. Peter Noble , Stanley Groome. Preston Lockwood , and Freda Falconer
BBC Home Service Basic

Frederick Lloyd and Henry Ainley in ' BARLASCH OF THE GUARD'

Freely adapted for broadcasting in ten episodes by Norman Edwards from the novel by H. Seton Merriman. Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster. Episode 3—' Charles Reveals Himself' and
BBC Home Service Basic

' THE SING-SONG OF OLD MAN KANGAROO'

Adapted from Rudyard Kiplingls ' Just-So ' story by Maurice Brown. Produced by Hugh Stewart
BBC Home Service Basic

Wednesday Matinée 'MISS BRACEGIRDLE DOES HER DUTY'

by Stacy Aumonier. Adapted for broadcasting by C. Gordon Glover. Produced by Barbara Burnham
BBC Home Service Basic

Godfrey Tearle as Mark Antony in ' THE TRAGEDY OF JULIUS CAESAR'

by William Shakespeare with Robert Speaight as Brutus, Alan Wheatley as Cassius, and Carleton Hobbs as Caesar
Part 1
BBC Home Service Basic

Saturday-Night Theatre 'STRIFE'

by John Galsworthy. Adapted for broadcasting by the late Muriel Pratt. Produced by Howard Rose
Other parts played by Laidman Browne , Josephine Shand , Heron Carvic , Stanley Groome , Lewis Stringer. Eddy Reed . Frank Partington . Basil Jones , 'and Ellinore Stuart






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