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Drama Now: Enigmatic Conversations with Eminent Sociologists


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A play for radio by Frederick Bradnum
with David March as Professor Nathan Naismith and Osbert Uppwater, Sheila Grant as Dr Lorna Naismith and Lady Elsie Uppwater, Margaret Robertson and Dr Veronica Hood ('Ronnie') and Miss Josephine Uppwater ('Jo'), Rolf Lefebvre as Skinner, the butler, Edward Kelsey as Wainwright, a butler, and Inspector Rough, Jane Knowles as Cherry
Plasher's Park, an ancestral country seat of the Uppwater family, is now the home of a Foundation for Social Studies. The place - and possibly the new occupants - contains echoes from the past.
(Followed by an interlude)


Writer: Frederick Bradnum
Producer: John Tydeman
Professor Nathan Naismith/Osbert Uppwater: David March
Dr Lorna Naismith/Lady Elsie Uppwater: Sheila Grant
Dr Veronica Hood (Ronnie)/Miss Josephine Uppwater (Jo): Margaret Robertson
Skinner, the butler: Rolf Lefebvre
Wainwright, a butler/Inspector Rough: Edward Kelsey
Cherry: Jane Knowles

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Drama Now: Enigmatic Conversations with Eminent Sociologists

BBC Radio 3, 6 February 1973 21.20

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