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Afternoon Play: The NHS at 60: Stuffing Their Mouths with Gold


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By Jerome Vincent. Aneurin Bevan , minister of Health in Britain after the Second World War, endeavours to create a free health service but must persuade the Royal College of Physicians and Labour Party dissenters to help him bring about the revolution. Drama marking the 60th anniversary of the founding of the NHS in July 1948. Producer/Director David Blount


Unknown: Jerome Vincent.
Unknown: Aneurin Bevan
Director: David Blount
Aneurin Bevan: Robert Pugh
Ctement Attlee: Richard Attlee
Lord Moran: Nicholas Boulton
Herbert Morrison: Trevor Littledale
John Buchan: David Codings
Daisy: Jalmi Barbakoff
Madge: Jean Trend
Rene/Harry: Simon Treves
Passer-by: Lucie Fitchett

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Afternoon Play: The NHS at 60: Stuffing Their Mouths with Gold

BBC Radio 4 FM, 4 July 2008 14.15

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