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Mother Nature's Bloomers


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by LEONARD BARRAS starring Roy Kinnear and Henry Livings with Jean Boht Colin Edwynn and Meg Johnson
An entertainment in six episodes recorded on the stage of The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield 4: Not a Single Importunate Embrace
In which ALICE becomes relatively assertive and takes off on a despairing mission. PROGMORTON, longing for love, makes his own once-in-a-lifetime cry for help. The incoherent appeals of both fall on the resolutely deaf ears of DR STAS-SIDGE, who, tuned by years of training, will hear nothing he doesn't want to hear, which includes ENID'S claim to human recognition. GRANNY is re-corralled by FRINGFOOT, but not for long, we bet. The IXWEED/PROGMORTION acrimonious friendship continues and HECKLEWELL and VANGLE linger again under their lamp.
Musical director STAN ROOCROFT Designer KEN LAWSON Director PHILIP HEDLEY
Producer TONY HARRISON. BBC Manchester


Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Henry Livings
Unknown: Jean Boht
Unknown: Colin Edwynn
Unknown: Meg Johnson
Music By: Alex Glasgow
Director: Stan Roocroft
Designer: Ken Lawson
Director: Philip Hedley
Producer: Tony Harrison.

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Mother Nature's Bloomers

BBC Two England, 1 August 1979 19.55

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