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Screen Two: Time After Time

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.
by MOLLY KEANE
Screenplay by ANDREW DAVIES starringalso starring
'Oh I was naughty. And I'm still naughty so take care.' And so Leda was, all those years ago when she was the childhood friend of Jasper and his three sisters April, May and June. Now she returns to add a little spice to life in their crumbling Irish country house. Molly Keane 's latest offering since Good Behaviour shows that she remains the 'mistress of wicked comedy'.
Music composed by JIM PARKER Film editor DAVE KING Sound DICK BOULTER
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Designer DON TAYLOR Producer TERRY COLES Director BILL HAYS
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Contributors

Author: Molly Keane
Screenplay: Andrew Davies
Composed By: Jim Parker
Editor: Dave King
Editor: Sound Dick Boulter
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Designer: Don Taylor
Producer: Terry Coles
Director: Bill Hays
Jasper Swift: John Gielgud
Leda Klein: Googie Withers
April Grange-Gorman: Helen Cherry
May Swift: Ursula Howells
June Swift: Brenda Bruce
Ulick Uniake: Freddie Jones
Brigadier Croshawe: Trevor Howard
Lady Alys Croshawe: Mavis Walker
Tania Klein: Fiona Walker
Brother Anselm: Colm Heffernan
Brother Declan: Liam Sweeney
Old tinker woman: Ann Rowan
Youngtinkerboy: Peter Gilroy
Japanese man: George Yiasoumi
Young nun: Olwen Fouere
Elizabeth: Aine Ni Mhuiri
Flower ladies: Claire Mullan
Flower ladies: Una Minto
Valentine Swift: George Baker
Violet Swift: Sally Home
Young Leda: Susan Wayman
Young Jasper: Timothy Ward
Young May: Anna Kipling
Young April: Sara James-Jordan






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