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Play for Tomorrow: Shades

on BBC One London

by STEPHEN LOWE Time: 1999
Setting: A city tower block converted into a government-run 'Youth Unit'. The youths, at an age when they might be studying, training, working or protesting, have been ' bought off by the government -this being paid for by the ' New Wealth' created by the development of the new microchip technology. The 'shades of the title are dark glasses, the donning of which enables the youths to pursue - each of them - his or her own dream, career or obsession.
Graphics CHARLES MCGHIS Lighting JOHN GREEN DesignerDON taylor
Script editor amis parr
Producerneil zeicer DirectorBILL HATS

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephen Lowe
Unknown:
Charles McGhis
Unknown:
John Green
Designer:
Don Taylor
Editor:
Amis Parr
Producer:
Neil Zeicer
Director:
Bill Hats
Sheena/ Angle:
Tracey Childs
Joe/Malcolm:
Stuart MacKenzie
Kate/Mary:
Emily Moore
Adam/Peter:
Nigel Neilpearson
Diana/Paula:
Shelagh McLeod
Julie/Sue:
Francesca Gonshaw
Tony:
Michael Feldman

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