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  1. Romeo and Juliet (1958 Radio)

    Series
    World Theatre
    Producer
    Val Gielgud

    Radio version of Shakespeare’s tragedy adapted by Cynthia Pughe and produced for broadcasting by Val Gielgud. With June Tobin and Gabriel Woolf in the lead and Marius Goring as Mercutio. The music is drawn...

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  2. Tempest, The (1951 Radio)

    Producer
    Raymond Raikes

    Radio ‘interpretation’ of Shakespeare’s late play by Raymond Raikes with Norman Shelley as Prospero. The music is composed by Anthony Bernard who also conducts the London Chamber Orchestra and Singers.

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  3. Macbeth (1944 Radio)

    Producer
    Val Gielgud

    Radio version of the play adapted by Hugh Stewart and produced by Val Gielgud. With Leslie Banks and Phyllis Neilson-Terry in the lead, Preston Lockwood narrates. Incidental music composed by William Walton.

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  4. Midsummer Night’s Dream, A (1944 Radio)

    Producer
    Val Gielgud

    Radio version of the play adapted by Cynthia Pughe and produced by Val Gielgud. With Robert Helpmann as Oberon and Max Adrian as Puck. Incidental music by Mendelssohn.

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  5. Shallow and Silence (1943 Radio)

    Series
    Radio Theatre: Shakespeare’s Characters
    Producer
    Mary Hope Allen

    Radio broadcast on an excerpt from Henry IV, Part 2 that focuses on the characters of Robert Shallow and Silence. Arranged for radio by Herbert Farjeon and produced by Mary Hope Allen. With Leslie Stokes as...

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