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Saturday-Night Theatre


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in Let It Come Down A play for radio by MICHAEL ROBSON with Because Alan Scott , key witness for the prosecution, is too conscientious, a murderer goes free and thereafter someone has it in for Scott. Who is that someone? Produced and directed by JOHN CARDY
(Repeated: Monday 3.5 pm)


Unknown: Michael Robson
Unknown: Alan Scott
Directed By: John Cardy
Alan Scott: William Lucas
Sue Crichton: Ros Drinkwater
QC: Peter Woodthorpe
Moira SCOtt: Margaret Robertson
Daniel Hope: Roger Snowdon
Frank Lawler: Haydn Jones
Mrs Clayton: Jeanne Mockford
Christine Lang,: Deborah Paige
David Bennett: Christopher Bidmead
Restaurant manager: Leslie Heritage
Det-Sgt Franklin: William Sleigh
Ward sister: Eva Haddon
Headmaster: Godfrey Kenton
Tony Parrish: Anthony Smee
Clennett: David Graham
Det Chief Insp Durrant: Kevin Brennan
Christine's father: Douglas .L Blackwei
Colonel Bradley: Garard Green
Dr Adlard: Michael Shannon
Announcer: Peter Craze

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 3 April 1976 20.30

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