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Bernard Braden in ' SO LITTLE TIME'

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A novel by John P. Marquand adapted as a serial in twelve parts by H. Oldfield Box 5
—'Now that you've found your way'
Other parts played by members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Produced by Wilfrid Grantham
Jeffrey Wilson, a successful play-doctor (when he had hoped to be a playwright), is married out of his class to a woman of family and money; and they have fundamentally nothing in common.
Jeffrey's chief affections are concentrated in Jim, the eldest of his three children. Jim is of military age, and with the war in Europe threatening to involve America, all Jeffrey's frustrations and anxieties have been brought to a head. Now, reluctantly, with his wife, Madge, he lias gone for the weekend to Madge's great friends, Fred and Beckie -to their over-elaborate old farm house in Connecticut, on which they have lavished a fortune.

Contributors

Novel By: John P. Marquand
Unknown: H. Oldfield Box
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham
Jeffrey Wilson: Bernard Braden
Madge, his wife: Helen Horton
Fred: John McLaren
Beckie: Tucker McGuire
Walter Newcombe: Jerry Stovin
Mr Sales: Emerton Court
Mrs Sales: Bessie Love
Louella: Lois McLean
Milt: Haydn Jones
Marianna Miller: June Tobin

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Bernard Braden in ' SO LITTLE TIME'

BBC Home Service Basic, 4 November 1956 20.30






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