Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19680311]

as Simon Eyre , the Shoemaker in A Pleasant Comedy of the Gentle Craft

The Shoemakers' Holiday

1600 by Thomas Dekker

Music composed by JOHN HOTCHKIS

Played by the WELBECK Orchestra leader, Vera Kantrovitch conducted by THE COMPOSER

Adapated for radio and produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

First broadcast on November 30.

1958 (Third)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19680505]

in Lucius Junius Brutus

Father of his Country

A tragedy (1680) by Nathaniel Lee adapted by Raymond Raikes

Scene: Rome. 509 B.C.

Music by ELIZABETH POSTON based on Henry Purcell 's music for Lee's Theodosius (1680)

KENNETH TUDOR (baritone)

Cavendish ORCHESTRA conducted by John Hollingsworth

Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

Broadcast on July 27. 1960

See page 36

Genome: [r4 Bd=19680512]

as Archie Rice in The Entertainer by John Osborne with Avis Bunnage

Jane Wenham. Ceorge Merritt

Music by JOHN ADDISON

' The music-hall is dying, and with it, a signiticant part of England. Some of the heart of England has gone; something that once belonged to everyone, for this was truly a folk art.'

The play adapted for broadcasting by BENNETT MAXWELL

Music directed by BILL BLEZARD

Produced by H. B. FORTUIN

Broadcast on June 8. 1964

See page 36

This is the second of three plays which the BBC is repeating as a tribute to the late Sir Donald Wolfit. The last play, A New Way To Pay Old Debts by Philip Mas singer, can be heard next Sunday.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19680519]

as Sir Giles Overreach in A New Way to Pay Old Debts

A comedy by Philip Massinger adapted for radio by Raymond Raikes

The scene: the country near Nottingham. The year: 1625

Servants to Lady Allworth:

Music composed by ANTHONY BERNARD

Played by the LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Leader, Lionel Bentley conducted by the COMPOSER

Produced by RAYMOND RAIKES

Broadcast on May 6. 1960 (Third)

This is the last of three plays which the BBC is repeating as a tribute to the late Sir Donald Wolfit.