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The Wednesday Play: Up the Junction

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by Nell Dunn.
Artists in order of appearance: Pauline Halford, Elizabeth Valentine, Ronald Alexander, Winifred Sabine, Doreen Herrington, Myrtle Mckenzie, Hilda Barry, Sheila Grant, Cleo Sylvestre, Adrienne Frame, Winifred Dennis, Sidney Gatcum, Margaret Flint, George Webb, Grace Dolan, Gilly Fraser, Ann Lancaster, Susan Hanson, Ann Mitchell, Frank Jarvis, Rose Howlett, Alec Coleman, Ben Howard, Jessie Robins, Alan Selwyn, George Tovey, Rita Smythe, Maurice Peckman, Ronald Clarke, Wally Patch, David Baxter, Nicholas Edmett, Richard James, Will Stampe, Anna Wing, Anthony Woodruff, Emmett Hennessy, Julie May, Terri Ansell, Gladys Dawson, The Norton York Trio
Songs sung by Russ Parker, played by Winifred Helliwell and Marie Cleve
"Bad Girl" by Stanley Myers and Nell Dunn
See page 45

Contributors

Writer/Songwriter [lyrics]: Nell Dunn
Director: Kenneth Loach
Producer: James MacTaggart
Title Music: Paul Jones
Arranged by: Mike Vickers
Songwriter [music]: Stanley Myers
Singer: Russ Parker
Musician: Winifred Helliwell
Musician: Marie Cleve
Designer: Eileen Diss
Producer: James MacTaggart
Director: Kenneth Loach
Sylvie: Carol White
Rube: Geraldine Sherman
Eileen: Vickery Turner
Dave: Tony Selby
Terry: Michael Standing
Ron: Ray Barron
Mrs Hardy: Rita Webb
The Tallyman: George Sewell
Musicians (in vision): The Norton York Trio
Veronica, at the dance: Pauline Halford
Linda, at the dance: Elizabeth Valentine
Boy, at the dance: Ronald Alexander
Old Woman, in the factory: Winifred Sabine
Pauline, in the factory: Doreen Herrington
Woman, in the factory: Myrtle Mckenzie
Old May: Hilda Barry
Sheila, in the factory: Sheila Grant
Marge, in the factory: Cleo Sylvestre
Joyce, in the factory: Adrienne Frame
Old Woman, in the factory: Winifred Dennis
Foreman, in the factory: Sidney Gatcum
Woman, in the washhouse: Margaret Flint
Negro, in the washhouse: George Webb
Woman, in the washhouse: Grace Dolan
Annie: Gilly Fraser
Winnie: Ann Lancaster
Susan, girl: Susan Hanson
Marie, girl: Ann Mitchell
Frank - Rube's Brother: Frank Jarvis
Rube's Mother: Rose Howlett
Pubgoer: Alec Coleman
Boy, in the pub: Ben Howard
Fat Lil: Jessie Robins
Pubgoer: Alan Selwyn
Pubgoer: George Tovey
Rita, in the pub: Rita Smythe
Boy, in the pub: Maurice Peckman
Sylvie's Husband: Ronald Clarke
Totter: Wally Patch
Cafe Customer: David Baxter
Boy - Transport Cafe: Nicholas Edmett
Boy - Transport Cafe: Richard James
Transport Cafe Owner: Will Stampe
Woman at the Accident: Anna Wing
The Magistrate: Anthony Woodruff
Boy - Transport Cafe: Emmett Hennessy
Prison Visitor: Julie May
Prison Visitor: Terri Ansell
Woman at Totter's barrow: Gladys Dawson

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The Wednesday Play: Up the Junction

BBC One London, 3 November 1965 21.40






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