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A Celebration of Sean O'Casey

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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.
Frances Tomelty , Dudley Sutton Jim Norton in Juno and the Paycock
Guest star Siobhan McKenna
' Shovel ! You'd do far more work with a knife an' fork than ever you'll do with a shovel! Your poor wife slavin' to keep the bit in your mouth, an' you gallivantin' about all day like a paycock! It ud be easier to drive you out o' the house than to drive you into a job.'
A BBCtv production by arrangement with KEEP FILMS and in association with RTE Graphics ALAN JEAPES Lighting JOHN TREAYS Designer DIANE MENAUL
Producer PRUDENCE FITZGERALD Director ROGER CHEVELEY BBC Northern Ireland
(The Plough and the Stars is tomorrow's Afternoon Theatre at 2.30 on R4)

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Tomelty
Unknown: Dudley Sutton
Unknown: Jim Norton
Unknown: Siobhan McKenna
Designer: Diane Menaul
Johnny Boyle: Aaron Harris
Mary Boyle: Bernadette Shortt
Juno Boyle: Frances Tomelty
Jerry Devine: John O'Toole:
Captain Jack Boyle: Dudley Sutton
Joxer: Jim Norton
Charles Bentham: Sean Scanlan
Mrs Madigan: Anna Manahan
Mrs Tancred: Siobhan McKenna
Needle Nugent: John Molloy

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A Celebration of Sean O'Casey

BBC Two England, 12 April 1980 20.15






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