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Long Live the Babe by SHIRLEY GEE


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.
In a modern north country museum a strange affinity develops between Polly, a young cleaner, and Fanny, a lacemaker whose work now lies in a glass showcase. Their bond is formed by a baby's lace bonnet pains-takingly worked by Fanny - 150 years ago.
Lighting DENNIS CHANNON. Script editor ALISON ROUX. Designer GERRY SCOTT Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS


Unknown: Dennis Channon.
Editor: Alison Roux.
Designer: Gerry Scott
Producer: Terry Coles
Director: Bill Hays
Polly: Cindy Shelley
Fanny: Victoria Burton
Mrs Maloney: Margery Mason
Rosie: Ann Way
Will: Julian Firth
Old man: Charles Lamb
Sister: Eileen Helsby
Priest: Richard Aylen

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Long Live the Babe by SHIRLEY GEE

BBC Two England, 11 April 1984 22.10

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