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Saturday-Night Theatre Terence Rattigan Festival: Flare Path

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In 1942 hotels near bomber stations were very close to the war. The people in them were very close to death. The civilian was rather out of things. Every night people waited to hear which aircraft was missing .... adapted by KENNETH MORGAN with Basil Jones Betty Baskcomb
Jane Wenham , Anthony Hall
Produced by R. a. smith

Contributors

Adapted By: Kenneth Morgan
Unknown: Basil Jones
Unknown: Betty Baskcomb
Unknown: Jane Wenham
Unknown: Anthony Hall
Produced By: R. A. Smith
Mrs Oakes: Gladys Spencer
Peter Kyle: Basil Jones
Doris: " Betty Baskcomb
Sergeant ' Dusty ' Miller: Joe Sterne
Percy: Tim Seely
Count Skriczevinsky: Anthony Jacobs
FI/Lt Teddy Graham: Anthony Hall
Patricia Graham: Jane Wenham
Maudie Miller: Norma Griffin
S/Ldr Swanson: Eric Anderson

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Saturday-Night Theatre Terence Rattigan Festival: Flare Path

BBC Radio 4 FM, 4 October 1969 20.30






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