Afternoon Theatre From The Sixties -

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700605]

A Festival of Women by ARISTOPHANES

A transvestite comedy

English version by IAN FLETCHER with music by GUY HALAHAN

In the year 411 bc Euripides persuades his father-in-law to disguise himself as a woman in order to overhear a plot by the Women of Athens.... with Michael Aldridge and Francis de Wolff

AMBROSIAN SINGERS

AND ORCHESTRA conducted by LAWRENCE LEONARD Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Fletcher

Music By: Guy Halahan

Unknown: Michael Aldridge

Unknown: Francis de Wolff

Conducted By: Lawrence Leonard

Produced By: Raymond Raikes

Euripides, the famous Tragic poet: Michael Aldridgc

Mnesilochus, his father-in-law: Francis de Wolff

Servant to Agathon: Peter Bartlett

Agathon, a younger Tragic poet: Gordon Gardner

Cleisthenes: Alan Haines

A Police Sergeant: John Boxer

A Police Cadet: Andrew Sachs

Dancing girl Jo: Manning Wilson

Chorus of women: Mary Wimbush

Chorus of women ,: Margaret Wolfit

Chorus of women ,: Elizabeth Morgan

,Chorus of women ,: Isabel Rennie

Chorus of women ,: Jane Wenham,

Chorus of women ,: Miriam Margolyes

Chorus of women ,: Angela Piper

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700918]

Twelve Months, Mrs Brown

A play for radio by KATHLEEN J. SMITH based on her novel about life in a women's prison with Produced bv DOROTHY BAKER (Broadcast on 3 Dec 19681

A selection of the best 60-minute plays broadcast during the last decade.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Brown

Unknown: Kathleen J. Smith

Unknown: Dorothy Baker

Mrs Brown: Hilda Kriseman

Magistrate: Frank Duncan

Miss Hardy: Freda Dowie

Bulkingford: Betty Hardy

First Prisoner: Gretta Gouriet

Baddock: Marjorie Westbury

Trimble: Grizelda Hervey

Miss Tree: Alex Marshall

Governor: Joan Matheson

Jeannie: Miriam Margolyes

Marion: Beth Boyd

George: John Baker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700925]

A Christmas Trifle Piskot

A Black Comedy by LUDVIK ASKENAZY translated from the Czech by VERA BLACKWELL with Dorothy Tutin and Patrick Troughton

'I dreamt I was frying the trout and suddenly it began to sing - straight out of the pan - soprano.'

The action takes place in Czechoslovakia during the last war.

Music composed by STEPAN LUCKY

Tenor EDWARD DARLING Soprano ELLEN DALES

Produced by JOSEF CERVINKA

A selection of the best 60-minute plays broadcast during the last decade.

Contributors

Comedy By: Ludvik Askenazy

Unknown: Vera Blackwell

Unknown: Dorothy Tutin

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Composed By: Stepan Lucky

Tenor: Edward Darling

Soprano: Ellen Dales

RoskOt: Patrick Troughton

Albert: Hector Ross

Klima: Haydn Jones

Commandant's wife: Dorothy Tutin