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The Monday Play

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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.
Grass Roots by JOE ASHTON
Dramatised for radio by STEPHEN WARELAM
Politics Is us, the workers. Us who are always the ones to get the dirty end of the stick. It is always us who are expected to put up with low wages, lousy schools, poor pensions, ancient hospitals and the rotten monotonous jobs. And it is always them who will tell us what to do.'
Other parts played by KEITH CLIFFORD
DAVID FLEESHMAN ANDREW JARVIS JOHN MCGREGOR
KENNETH ALAN TAYLOR Directed by TONY CLIFF BBC
Manchester.

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Ashton
Unknown: Stephen Warelam
Played By: Keith Clifford
Played By: David Fleeshman
Played By: Andrew Jarvis
Unknown: John McGregor
Unknown: Kenneth Alan Taylor
Directed By: Tony Cliff
Mick: Bobby Knutt
Brenda: Janet Dale
Sammy: Ronald Baddiley
Billy: Bert Gaunt
Mrs Bradstock: Lorraine Peters
Tasker: Will Tacey
Pat McMahon: Sally Gibson
Bailey: Ronald Heridman
Jennings: John Jardine
Halpin: Russell Dixon
Wilding: David Mahlowe
Jane Poyser: Fiona Walker
Sydney Prince: Malcolm Hebden
Mayor: Geoffrey Banks

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