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For Older Children
Sunday at Five
' Stories from the Bible by Walter de la Mare told by David THE STORY OF SAMSON
5-Conclusion: 'He is betrayed'
' And she said, The Philistines be upon thee, Samson. And he awoke ... and knew not that the Lord was departed from him.....'
5.15 ' The Gleam m the North by D. K. Broster
Adapted by Catherine M. Barr in six parts
1—' The Broken Claymore'
Produced by Ian Wishart


Told By: David The
Unknown: D. K. Broster
Adapted By: Catherine M. Barr
Produced By: Ian Wishart
Ewen Cameron, chieftain of the cadet branch of Clan Cameron: Bryden Murdoch
Donald Cameron, son of Ewen: Rosemary Eadie
Keith Cameron Donald's younger brother: Moira Pedersen
Alison Cameron, Ewen's wife: Gwyneth Guthrie
Morag, maid servant at Ardroy: Joan Fitzpatrick
Lieut. Hector Grant. Alison's brother,an officer in the French Army: John McGregor
Innkeeper: William Simpson
Dr Archibald Cameron, a Jacobite agent: Henry Donald
Narrator: Alex McAvoy

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