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Studio 3: Frank Pig Says Hello

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A psychological thriller charting the fragmentation of young Frank Brady's mind. In the abbatoir where he works, Frank discovers that his life is completely at odds with those around him.
Dramatised from the novel
The Butcher Boy by Patrick McCabe.
Music John Eacott
Director Eoin O'Callaghan

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick McCabe.
Music: John Eacott
Director: Eoin O'Callaghan
Frank Brady/Piglet: Adrian Dunbar
Joe/Joe's Da: Robert Patterson
Phillip Nugent: Priest: Peter Kenny
Mrs Nugent: Frances Tomelty
Joe's Ma: Marcella Riordan
Frank's Ma: Maggie Shelvin
Frank's Da: Dermot Crowley
Sergeant/Man with black bike: Denys Hawthorne
Alo/Leddy: Jim Norton

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Studio 3: Frank Pig Says Hello

BBC Radio 3, 13 August 1994 21.15






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