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The New Australian Drama

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The Chapel Perilous or The Perilous Adventures of Sally Banner by DOROTHY HEWETT with Judith Arthy
Rachel Kempson and Mark McManus
' Parents, teachers, girls: on this speech day we pause to honour one who was once of your number, who walked these same lawns, carrying her books: who seemed to be much as you are now: young. unsure, adolescent, facing the problems of life.... '
Producer STEWART CONN BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Banner
Unknown: Dorothy Hewett
Unknown: Judith Arthy
Unknown: Rachel Kempson
Unknown: Mark McManus
Producer: Stewart Conn
Sally Banner: Judith Arthy
Headmistress: Rachel Kempson
Canon: Kevin Brennan
Sister Rosa: Bettina Dickson
Judith: Suzanne Peveril
First girl: Andonia Katsaros
Second girl: Jennifer Mellet
Father: Alan White
Mother: June Jago
Michael: Mark McManus
David: Jon Parker
Thomas: Nigel Graham
Saul: Trader Faulkner
Chorus: Briony Hodge

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The New Australian Drama

BBC Radio 3, 20 January 1976 21.35






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