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AFTERNOON 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.
Paul Daneman in A Lethal Joy
A new play for radio by Arnold Yarrow
Extract from Clinical Report on first fatality: 'Cause of death: tetanus. Possible source of infection: skin puncture on left arm.'
Dr. Alan Graham. Medical Officer of Health................PAUL DANEMAN
Dr. Margaret Penney , Deputy
M.O.H EVA HADDON
Dr Laurence Silbertson , a Senior
Hospital Consultant... John JUSTIN
Det.-Insp. Fowler HAYDN JONES Students at a technical college:
Eric Nugence. ...ANTHONY JACKSON Pauline Beckwith ..... GUDRUN URE
Mrs. Hessettine MARGARET ROBERTSON
Produced by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Daneman
Unknown: Arnold Yarrow
Unknown: Dr. Alan Graham.
Unknown: Paul Daneman
Unknown: Dr. Margaret Penney
Unknown: Eva Haddon
Unknown: Dr Laurence Silbertson
Unknown: John Justin
Unknown: Fowler Haydn
Unknown: Eric Nugence.
Unknown: Anthony Jackson
Unknown: Pauline Beckwith
Unknown: Gudrun Ure
Unknown: Mrs. Hessettine Margaret Robertson
Produced By: John Powell

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