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The Play on One: Airbase

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by Malcolm McKay
'You're at war. You've always been at war and you always will be. They just give you enough comfort so you won't notice.' Hidden beneath the airbase the elite F-111 pilots live in a secret fantasy world as they wait, primed for the ultimate war game of World War Three. The arrival of the delicious Lieutenant Madeline Kohler detonates a chain reaction of deep rooted antagonism that explodes with cataclysmic consequences.

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Contributors

Writer: Malcolm McKay
Original Music: Stephen Upson
Designer: Roy Barrett
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Lighting: Barry Chatfield
Producer: Keith Williams
Producer: Roger Gregory
Director: David Attwood
Vincenzo: Anton Lesser
Bud: Clive Mantle
Madeline: Catherine Russell
Todd: David Lansbury
Larry: Ricco Ross
John: Stevan Rimkus
Voice: Norman Beaton

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The Play on One: Airbase

BBC One London, 1 March 1988 21.30






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