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Screen Two: Angel Voices

Synopsis

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.
by Stephen Wakelam
with Michael Williams as Tommy and the Manchester Boys' Choir.
Summer 1963: the year of the Beatles and wild dances like the Hully Gully.
Tommy's choirboys set off on their annual trip to Blackpool, but Tommy Bray fears that his beloved choir may not survive the temptations of the time.

FILMS: page 14
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Contributors

Writer: Stephen Wakelam
Musical Director: Adrian Jessett
Designer: Derek Dodd
Film Editor: Masahiro Hirakubo
Photography: Barry McCann
Producer: Andree Molyneux
Director: Michael Darlow
Tommy: Michael Williams
Slater: Stephen Bird
Hindle: Kevin Scot
Nokes: Paul Wilson
Angela: Ruth Whitehead
Lentall: Brian Shelley
Tony: Lee Woods
Vicar: Alan Rothwell
Revill: Simon Purvis
Receptionist: Joan Campion
Mr Noble: Raymond Wallbank
Night club manager: John Ryan
Rock band: The Acumen
Slater as an adult: Malcolm Hebden
Choir: Gary Baxter
Choir: Mark Blundell
Choir: Benjamin Bracken
Choir: Chris Bradshaw
Choir: Patrick Cullen
Choir: Gareth Davies
Choir: Neil Haggerty
Choir: Jonathan Helm
Choir: Andrew Kay
Choir: Adam Kelly
Choir: James Kenny
Choir: Joseph Lomas
Choir: Simon McLoughlin
Choir: Keith Mason
Choir: John O'Grady
Choir: Peter Roberts
Choir: Samir Savant
Choir: Jason Staines






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