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Saturday Night Theatre


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Knox Bay by Elspeth Sandys.
Jenny is only 12 but that doesn't stop her thinking about sex and love, though she doesn't yet know the difference between them. The arrival of a new teacher in the close-knit community of Knox Bay opens her eyes, but it also splits the place apart.
With Ben Fraser , Aisa Fraser ,
Colin Louisson , Kate Louisson , Dominic Letts and Diana Payan Pianist Michael Haslam
Director Jane Morgan


Unknown: Knox Bay
Unknown: Elspeth Sandys.
Unknown: Knox Bay
Unknown: Ben Fraser
Unknown: Aisa Fraser
Unknown: Colin Louisson
Unknown: Kate Louisson
Unknown: Dominic Letts
Pianist: Diana Payan
Pianist: Michael Haslam
Director: Jane Morgan
Tom Matheson: Michael McGrath
Jennie Anderson: Federay Holmes
Kath Anderson: Barbara Ewing
Ron Anderson: David Brocklehurst
Coin Anderson: Scott Ransome
Mary Begg: Susannah Corbett
Digger Begg: John Turnbull
Vin Begg: Phillipa Dann
Rex Ballantyne: Kate Binchy
Minnie Verity: Jill Graham
Pat Mullins: William Brandt
Possum: Alan Rowe
Albert Kingi: Matthew Sim
Kevin Bickerstaff: John Webb
Lily Wedderspoon: Jillie Meers
Harry Anderson: John Forgeham

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Saturday Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 24 April 1993 19.50

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