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The Constant Star
George Blake 's novel of Clydeside adapted by JOHN KEIR CROSS with Archie Duncan
Simon Lack
Bryden Murdoch
Others taking part:
Mary Riggans. Suzan Hedderwick James Grant , David Mowat
Produced by Finlay J. Macdonald
Broadcast on October 27. 1862


Unknown: George Blake
Adapted By: John Keir
Unknown: Archie Duncan
Unknown: Simon Lack
Unknown: Bryden Murdoch
Unknown: Mary Riggans.
Unknown: Suzan Hedderwick
Unknown: James Grant
Unknown: David Mowat
Julius Oliphant: Bryden Murdoch
Mark Oliphant: Simon Lack
Barbara Oliphant: Morag Forsyth
Bob Rait: Archie Duncan
Dr Walter Oliphant: Stuart Henry
Captain Ivie Oliphant: Callum Mill
Grand-uncle Edward Oliphant: Ian Stewart
Grand-uncle Walter Oliphant: James Gibson
John Dyce: Doucms Murchie
Aunt Sophie Jean: Taylor Smith
Renton Cutier: Alex Allan
Aeneas Caldwell: Wallace Campbell
Phoebe Craufurd: Gwyneth Guthrie
George Leishman: Michael Elder
The Lady Superintendent: Georgie Henschel
Hospital Orderly: John Shedden

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