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Screen Two: Leaving

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.
by DANIEL BOYLE. Greenock, 1960: Nick, Gus and Jada are in their last weeks at school, aware that the decisions they make now will be crucial to their future.
Music by JOHN KEANE
Film recordist GORDON FORSYTH
Film cameraman DENNIS CROSSAN Film editor BOB BATHGATE Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Produced by BARRY HANSON Directed by SANDY JOHNSON BBC Scotland
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Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Boyle.
Music By: John Keane
Unknown: Gordon Forsyth
Unknown: Dennis Crossan
Editor: Bob Bathgate
Designer: Dugald Findlay
Produced By: Barry Hanson
Directed By: Sandy Johnson
Nick: Kenneth McFadyen
GUS: Gary Greer
Jada: Alan Summers
Tommy: Alex Norton
Snodgrass: Paul Young
Headmaster: Gerry Slevin
Duffy: Hugh Ross
Big Mac: Sean Scanlan
Lorexene: Paul Hannaway
Pete: Marcus Railton
Shop assistant: Maggie Bell
Nick's father: Gerard Kelly
Nick's mother: Caroline Paterson
Girl: Lorraine Brett
Dowdies: Adrian May
Pat: Andrew Goodfellow
Barber: Tony MacBeath
Man in office: Alex McCrindle
Barman: Johnny Irving
Storeman: Hugh Martin
Teacher: Alastair Cording
Woodwork teacher: Romilly Squire
Jada's mother: Monica Brady
Reid: Craig Curran
Boyle: Anthony McHale
Paton: Quentin Sommerville
McKay: James Maitland
Boy at bus stop: Alan Kirk
Nick aged 5: Wyli McDonald
Nick aged 11: John Gordon






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