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BROTHER DUSTY-FEET

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.
A chronicle of the road by ROSEMARY SUTCLIFF adapted in six parts by NAN MACDONALD
So it was a joyous Christmas after all. Argos's paw mended beautifully, and towards winter's end. Master Pennifeather and the Company strolled down through the Kentish orchards on their way to the coast
4: In the Stocks
Continued tn next column
Other parts played by Geoffrey Banks , Robert Wallace Jack Woolgar , John Blain
Incidental music composed by Thomas B. Pitfield and played by a section of the BBC Northern Orchestra
Conducted by John Hopkins
Produced by HERBERT SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemary Sutcliff
Unknown: Nan MacDonald
Played By: Geoffrey Banks
Played By: Robert Wallace
Played By: Jack Woolgar
Played By: John Blain
Composed By: Thomas B. Pitfield
Conducted By: John Hopkins
Produced By: Herbert Smith
Storyteller: Deryck Guyler
Hugh Copplestone: John Thornley
Tobias Pennifeather: David Mahlowe
Jonathan Whiteleafe: Ronald Baddiley
Jasper Nye: Basil Jones
Benjamin Bunsell: Frank Poynter
Nicholas Bodkyn: Bruce Bould
Mr Trumpington: Norman Shelley
The Fine Gentleman: Ronald Harvi

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