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Saturday-Night Theatre

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.
The Riding Officer by PHILIP BARKER
Riding officers were mounted excise men who waged a constant battle along the coasts against smugglers, but in 1805 England faced a greater threat - from France.
Producer MARGARET ETALL
(Repeated: Monday, 3.5 pm)
9.58 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Barker
Producer: Margaret Etall
John Blakemore, the Riding Officer: David Timson
The travellers: Tich Meadows: Terry Scully
The travellers: Ma Meadows: Sheila Raynor
The travellers: Serena: Elizabeth Revill
The travellers: Buckskin JaCk: Blain Fairman
The travellers:LongbOW: Garrick Hagon
The travellers:Madame Zena: Diana Bishop
The travellers:Lolly: Meadows Sarahgrazebrook
The travellers:The Professor: William Sleigh
At Dunwich: Elizabeth Fraser: Liane Aukin
At Dunwich: Rufus Fraser: Godfrey Kenton
At Dunwich: Capt Etheridge: Vernon Joyner
Trooper Woodman: Peter Cochran
Trooper Woodman: Peter Cochran
Woodman's wife: Diana Bishop
Innkeeper: Sion Probert






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