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SAMUEL BECKETT - WORKS FOR RADIO

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CD1: All That Fall Date of broadcast: 13 January 1957 Duration: 1:04'03" Mrs Rooney (Maddy), an old lady - Mary O'Farrel Christy, a carter - Allan McClelland Mr Tyler, a retired bill-broker - Brian O'Higgins Mr Slocum, Clerk of the Racecourse - Patrick Magee Tommy, a porter - Jack MacGowran Mr Barrell, a station-master - Harry Hutchinson Miss Fitt, a lady - Sheila Ward A Female Voice - Peggy Marshall Mr Rooney (Dan), husband of Mrs Rooney - J.G. Devlin Jerry, a small boy - Terrance Farrell Produced by Donald McWhinnie CD2: From an Abandoned Work Date of broadcast: 14 December 1957 Duration: 0:23'33" A meditation by Samuel Beckett spoken by Patrick Magee Produced by Donald McWhinnie Embers First broadcast: 24 June 1959 Duration: 0.45.00 Henry - Jack MacGowran Ada - Kathleen Michael Addie - Kathleen Helme The Music Master / The Riding Master - Patrick Magee Pianist (musician): Cicely Hoye Produced by Donald McWhinnie CD3: The Old Tune (La Manivelle) First broadcast: 23 August 1960 Duration: 0:32'52" A conversation piece written for the Third Programme by Robert Pinget English text by Samuel Beckett Mr. Cream - Jack MacGowran Gorman - Patrick Magee Produced by Barbara Bray Words and Music First broadcast: 13 November 1962 Duration: 0:27'45" Words - Patrick Magee Croak - Felix Felton Produced by Michael Bakewell CD4: Cascando First broadcast: 6 October 1964 Duration: 0:20'45" Voice - Patrick Magee Opener - Denys Hawthorne Produced by Donald McWhinnie Rough for Radio First broadcast 13 April 1976 Duration: 0:20'48" The Stenographer - Billie Whitelaw The Animator - Harold Pinter Fox - Patrick Magee Dick - Michael Deacon Produced and directed by Martin Esslin

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Band/artist(s):
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989
Condition:
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Genre:
Compilations
Label:
British Library

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CD1: All That Fall Date of broadcast: 13 January 1957 Duration: 1:04'03" Mrs Rooney (Maddy), an old lady - Mary O'Farrel Christy, a carter - Allan McClelland Mr Tyler, a retired bill-broker - Brian O'Higgins Mr Slocum, Clerk of the Racecourse - Patrick Magee Tommy, a porter - Jack MacGowran Mr Barrell, a station-master - Harry Hutchinson Miss Fitt, a lady - Sheila Ward A Female Voice - Peggy Marshall Mr Rooney (Dan), husband of Mrs Rooney - J.G. Devlin Jerry, a small boy - Terrance Farrell Produced by Donald McWhinnie CD2: From an Abandoned Work Date of broadcast: 14 December 1957 Duration: 0:23'33" A meditation by Samuel Beckett spoken by Patrick Magee Produced by Donald McWhinnie Embers First broadcast: 24 June 1959 Duration: 0.45.00 Henry - Jack MacGowran Ada - Kathleen Michael Addie - Kathleen Helme The Music Master / The Riding Master - Patrick Magee Pianist (musician): Cicely Hoye Produced by Donald McWhinnie CD3: The Old Tune (La Manivelle) First broadcast: 23 August 1960 Duration: 0:32'52" A conversation piece written for the Third Programme by Robert Pinget English text by Samuel Beckett Mr. Cream - Jack MacGowran Gorman - Patrick Magee Produced by Barbara Bray Words and Music First broadcast: 13 November 1962 Duration: 0:27'45" Words - Patrick Magee Croak - Felix Felton Produced by Michael Bakewell CD4: Cascando First broadcast: 6 October 1964 Duration: 0:20'45" Voice - Patrick Magee Opener - Denys Hawthorne Produced by Donald McWhinnie Rough for Radio First broadcast 13 April 1976 Duration: 0:20'48" The Stenographer - Billie Whitelaw The Animator - Harold Pinter Fox - Patrick Magee Dick - Michael Deacon Produced and directed by Martin Esslin

Band/artist(s):
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Compilations
Label:
British Library

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