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Play for Today: O Fat White Woman

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by William Trevor
"A woman should be a watchdog over man's atrocities."

Contributors

Writer: William Trevor
Music and special sound: Delia Derbyshire, BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Lighting: Dennis Channon
Design: Tony Abbott
Producer: Irene Shubik
Director: Philip Saville
Mrs Digby-Hunter: Maureen Pryor
Major Digby-Hunter: Peter Jeffrey
Wraggett: William Relton
Bagley: Roger Hammond
Sgt Wall: Martin Boddey
Dympna: Susannah Williams
Barbara: Susan Penhaligon
Marshalsea: Simon Gipps-Kent
Lady Archdale: Phillada Sewell
Sir Edwin Archdale: George Belbin
Miss Rone: Alethea Charlton
Dr Smollett: Charles Simon
Dr Charles: John Saunders
Boys of Upton Grange: Leo Bild
Boys of Upton Grange: Graham Bodman
Boys of Upton Grange: Adrian Cox
Boys of Upton Grange: Ray Davison
Boys of Upton Grange: Leon Davis
Boys of Upton Grange: Stephen Mallett
Boys of Upton Grange: Jonathan Moore
Boys of Upton Grange: Anthony O'Keefe
Boys of Upton Grange: Christopher Payne
Boys of Upton Grange: Spencer Plumridge
Boys of Upton Grange: Sheridan Earl Russell
Boys of Upton Grange: Douglas Simmonds
Boys of Upton Grange: Andrew Walters

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Play for Today: O Fat White Woman

BBC One London, 4 November 1971 21.20






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