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  1. From the London Theatre: Ivor Brown and W. A. Darlington (1936 Radio)

    Series
    From the London Theatre

    Weekly radio theatre programme. In this episode Ivor Brown and W. A. Darlington discuss recent experiments on stage and screen with Shakespeare plays. The Programme is introduced by Val Gielgud.

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  2. News Theatres

    Date
    8 Jun 2015, 16:48
    Author
    Gabriel
    Post Type
    Page

    [caption id="attachment_1166" align="alignright" width="200"] News Theatre, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne c.1937[/caption] In the early 1930s people went to the cinema to watch the newsreels, to see...

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  3. Theatre Programme [06/02/1948] (1948 Radio)

    aka: Dissecting a Play

    Series
    Theatre Programme

    A fortnightly theatre review programme. In this episode a panel of experts examines Shakespeare’s tragedy with illustrated extracts. The panel consists of Michael Redgrave, Frank Birch, and Philip...

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  4. From the London Theatre: Scene from ‘The Merchant of Venice’ (1935 Radio)

    This episode of the weekly radio theatre programme introduces Jewish actor Maurice Schwartz. The broadcast contains a scene from Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice acted by members of the Yiddish Art...

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  5. Theatre Programme [13/11/1946] (1946 Radio)

    Series
    Theatre Programme (Second Series)
    Producer
    Ayton Whitaker

    First of the second series of the fortnightly theatrical review magazine commissioned for radio by the BBC Light Programme. Includes recordings of extracts from The English Arts Theatre company’s...

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  6. Theatre Programme [27/03/1946] (1946 Radio)

    aka: Donald Wolfit and Rosalind Iden

    Series
    Theatre Programme
    Producer
    Felix Felton; Ayton Whitaker

    First of a new fortnightly theatrical review magazine commissioned for radio by the BBC Light Programme. The theatre star invited to perform his favourite part for this episode is Shakespeare actor Donald...

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  7. Theatre Programme [28/03/1947] (1947 Radio)

    aka: A Plain Man’s Guide to Shakespeare

    Series
    Theatre Programme
    Producer
    Ayton Whitaker; Peter Watts

    In anticipation of Shakespeare’s birthday the theme of the theatrical review programme is ‘methods of appreciating Shakespeare’. Following the performance of a satirical sketch and a short discussion...

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  8. Theatre Programme [02/09/1947] (1947 Radio)

    aka: The Old Vic at Edinburgh

    Series
    Theatre Programme
    Producer
    Ayton Whitaker

    This special Old Vic number in the series includes a talk on the theatre by Ralph Richardson and pre-recorded scenes from John Burrell’s Edinburgh Festival theatre production of The Taming of the Shrew...

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  9. Theatre Programme [24/04/1946] (1946 Radio)

    aka: Dame Edith Evans

    Series
    Theatre Programme
    Producer
    Felix Felton; Ayton Whitaker

    Third of a fortnightly theatrical review magazine commissioned for radio by the BBC Light Programme. The theatre star invited to perform her favourite part for this episode is Shakespeare actress Edith Evans...

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