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The Tor Sands Experience

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A part science-fiction. part love story by BRUCE STEWART
This is the first play to be especially written for Hi-Fi Theatre starring and Tor Sands is a classified research centre in the West of England which is approaching a breakthrough in its work on A-Space, the space inside the atom. Then begins a series of manifestations - followed by the arrival of the Constant, and some basic beliefs are brought into question. Is evolution only a forward process - or is it possible to evolve in reverse? How strong is the force of love and what place is it allowed to occupy in the world of the future?
Other parts played by ADRIAN EGAN and JENNIFER PIERCEY
Technical realisation by LLOYD SILVERTHORNE
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN

Contributors

Story By: Bruce Stewart
Played By: Adrian Egan
Played By: Jennifer Piercey
Directed By: Glyn Dearman
Ellis: David Buck
Flavia: Miriam Margolyes
Verity: Kate Binchy
Philemon: Stephen Murray
Considine: Maurice Denham
AlexiS: Judy Bennett
Magda Klein: Eva Stuart
Mercer: Joe Dunlop
Tom: John Bull

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The Tor Sands Experience

BBC Radio 4 FM, 5 January 1979 15.05






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