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Afternoon Theatre: Here Am I, Where Are You?


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by Sheila Hodgson, based on an idea by M.R. James
with David March as James
"Do you want to look at the book, Paul? Take it! Hold it tight. It belonged to some very learned monks in the 9th century. They put a curse on it. Do you know what a curse is? Anyone who touches those pages will go mad! Slowly, of course. His brain will rot, he'll see horrible visions and finally..."


Writer: Sheila Hodgson
Based on an idea by: M.R. James
Directed By: David Johnston
James: David March
Professor Zetterholm: Lockwood West
Paul Mallory: Susan Sheridan
Mrs Marriot: Joan Newell
Anstey Guthrie: Jonathan Scott
Porter: Manning Wilson

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Afternoon Theatre: Here Am I, Where Are You?

BBC Radio 4 FM, 29 December 1977 15.05

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