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THE SUNDAY PLAY

Synopsis

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The Baikie Charivari
A Miracle Play by James Bridie
Clive Morton with Marjorie Westbury and James McKechnie
Cast in order of speaking:
Music composed and arranged by DAVID DORWARD and played by Harry Macanespie (trumpet) John Wiggins (piccolo)
William Whitford (percussion)
The play is set in Baikie. an imaginary township on the Firth of Clyde, In the late 1940s.
Adapted and produced by STEWART CONN
Broadcast on July 13. 1964, in the Scottish Home Service

Contributors

Play By: James Bridie
Play By: Clive Morton
Unknown: Marjorie Westbury
Unknown: James McKechnie
Arranged By: David Dorward
Played By: Harry MacAnespie
Unknown: John Wiggins
Unknown: William Whitford
The De'il: James Mc Kechnie
The Rev Dr Marcus Beadle: Bryden Murdoch
Councillor John Ketch: James Gavigan
Toby Messan: Stuart Mungall
Lady Pounce-Pellott (Judy): Marjorie Westbury
Sir James MacArthur Pounce-Pellot K.C.I.E: Clive Morton
Joe Mascara: Walter Carr
Baby: June Andrews
Dr Jean Pothecary: Madeleine Christie
Lady Maggie Revanant: Sheila Latimer
Mrs Jemima Lee Crowe: Tuckek McGuire
Robert Copper: John Young

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