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Screen Two: Flying in the Branches

Synopsis

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.
by ANNA FODOROVA starring
Edita Brychta
Susan Fleetwood and Ralph Bates.
Sue hasn't seen her family in Prague since she became a refugee in London in 1968. When her younger sister, Dana, is allowed to visit the West for the first time, Sue is reminded of things she had tried to forget. Amid the tensions of the sisters' less than joyful reunion, Dana announces that she wants to find a husband.
Music by ILONA SECAJZ
Script editor VALERY RYAN Photography
ELMER COSSEY , JOHN BAKER Editor SUE WYATT
Executive producer BARRY HANSON Producer MARTYN AUTY
Director EVA KOLOUCHOVA
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Contributors

Unknown: Anna Fodorova
Unknown: Edita Brychta
Unknown: Susan Fleetwood
Unknown: Ralph Bates.
Music By: Ilona Secajz
Editor: Valery Ryan
Unknown: Elmer Cossey
Unknown: John Baker
Editor: Sue Wyatt
Producer: Barry Hanson
Producer: Martyn Auty
Director: Eva Kolouchova
Dana: Edita Brychta
Sue: Susan Fleetwood
Ed: Ralph Bates
Michael: Matthew Marsh
Graham: Donald Gee
Martin: Madoc Threipland
Man with dog: Ian McNeice
Hugh: Eric Carte
City boys: Christopher Downing
City boys: Andrew Woodall,
City boys: Simeon Andrews
Man at tube: Tim Barker
Andrew: Paul Gregory
Customer: Fred Bryant






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