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The Wednesday 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.
There is also Tomorrow by HUGO CHARTERIS with Glyn Houston as Ronald Sutherland
Jean Harvey as Cynthia Sutherland Ann Penfold as Sally Sutherland David Burke as Len Col. Sutherland, about to retire as co of a nuclear missile regiment, is shocked to see his daughter Sally on TV-taking part in a student demonstration.
Designer TONY ABBOTT
Script editor SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN Producer GRAEME MCDONALD
Directed by JOHN MACKENZIE

Contributors

Unknown: Hugo Charteris
Unknown: Glyn Houston
Unknown: Ronald Sutherland
Unknown: Jean Harvey
Unknown: Cynthia Sutherland
Unknown: Ann Penfold
Unknown: Sally Sutherland
Unknown: David Burke
Unknown: Len Col.
Designer: Tony Abbott
Editor: Shaun MacLoughlin
Producer: Graeme McDonald
Directed By: John MacKenzie
Izzy: Neville Smith
Joe: Luke Hardy
Rosemary: Geraldine Sherman
Henry: John Nettleton
Bill Morgan: Kenneth Farrington
Major: Alec Ross
John Sutherland: Christian Comber
Guitarist: John Bull
Students: Willie Jonah
Students: Robert Wilde
News reader: Corbet Woodall
NOO: Alistair MacLane
Hall porter: John Baker
Interviewer: Peter MacAnn
MP: Raymond Farrell
Americans: Michael Sloan
Americans: Jerry King
Americans: James Allan
Chinese: Cecil Cheng
Chinese: Richard Woo

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