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The Dog It Was That Died

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The last in a season of plays by Tom Stoppard. Rupert Purvis , spy and counter-spy, has lost himself in the intricacies of double and triple bluff and cannot say whether he belongs to us or them. Director John Tydeman Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Stoppard.
Unknown: Rupert Purvis
Giles Blair: Charles Gray
Rupert Purvis: Dinsdale Landen
Pamela Blair: Penelope Keith
Hogben: Kenneth Cranham
Seddon: John Le Mesurier
Arlon: Stephen Murray
Matron: Betty Marsden
Chief: Maurice Denham
Vicar: Noel Howlett
Wren: Lockwood West
Slack: Peter Tuddenham
Mrs Ryan: Katherine Parr

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The Dog It Was That Died

BBC Radio 4 FM, 12 August 1990 14.30






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