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BEYOND SOMEWHERE BEYOND

Synopsis

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A sequel to The Childhood by JESSIE KESSON with Lennox Milne as Mary Carron
This programme shows Mary^ Carron in the years beyond childhood when at the age of fifteen she was moved from the protection of the Orphanage first into a Working Girls Hostel ana then to a Mental Hospital. with Helena Gloag, Gwyneth Guthrie
Effle Morrison. Bryden Murdoch
Jean Taylor Smith, Gudrun ure and Mary Walton
Production by DAVID THOMSON
Recorded in the BBC Scottish studios To be repeated on March 13

Contributors

Unknown: Jessie Kesson
Unknown: Lennox Milne
Production By: David Thomson






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