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The Play on One: Biting the Hands

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by RONA MUNRO
Linda and Gail are Hell's Belles - an alternative comedy double act. When success begins to beckon, they must decide whether to change their act or keep doing what they believe in. Are their principles justified - or are they just 'biting the hands' that feed them?
Designer DUGALD finulay
Lighting director RON IRVINE
Cameraman CHARLES RINGLAND Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Director CAROL WILKS BBC Scotland
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Contributors

Unknown: Rona Munro
Producer: Norman McCandush
Director: Carol Wilks
Linda: Judith Sweeney
Gail: Louise Beattie
Sheila: Anne Kristen
Phil: Ewan Stewart
Karen: Stephanie Fayerman
Jim: Andrew Robertson
Gordon: Tony Roper
Joe: Billy McElhanney
Jackie: Audrey Jenkinson
Student: Hilary MacLean
Paul: Douglas Anderson
Wendy: Kerry Arthur
First squaddie: Marcus Railton
Second squaddie: Kenny McFadyen
Third squaddie: David Tennant

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The Play on One: Biting the Hands

BBC One London, 11 April 1989 21.30

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