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Nanny

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A series in ten parts
8: The Love-Child by CAREY HARRISON with With Elizabeth and Henry away Barbara has unwelcome time on her hands. But things change drastically when the internationally-famous Austrian film star Maria Lang comes for the weekend - with her notorious love-child, Walter.
LightingPETER BOOTH
Costume designer GILL HARDIE Designer MYLES LANG Producer GUY SLATER
DirectorMICHAEL CUSTANCE

Contributors

Unknown: Carey Harrison
Unknown: Maria Lang
Unknown: Peter Booth
Designer: Gill Hardie
Designer: Myles Lang
Producer: Guy Slater
Director: Michael Custance
Nanny Barbara Gray: Wendy Craig
Sam Tavener: David Burke
Dowager Duchess: Judy Campbell
the Duke of Broughton: John Quayle
Maria Lang: Brigitte Kahn
Duchess of Broughton: Jane Booker
Mr Phipps: Michael Lees
Eddie Hutton: Manning Redwood
Walter: Aaron Lee
Mile Benoit: Pamela Stirling
Mary: Jackie Downey
Tilly: Natalie Forbes
Hopkins: Guy Standeven
Lady Stratton: Sandra Fehr
Cooder: Barnie Lawrence






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