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Saturday-Night Theatre


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My baby mine by PAUL ANGELIS
Jake had a reputation as a great womaniser - so much so that there weren't many women who'd go out with him, and those who would he didn't fancy. But Jake had plenty of soft spots, and was as capable of being hurt as the next person.
Directed by JANE MORGAN. Stereo
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3.00pm)
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Unknown: Paul Angelis
Directed By: Jane Morgan.
Jake Bartlett: James Laurenson
Anne-Marie: Zelah Clarke
Hogg: Anthony Jackson
George michael: Graham Cox
Francis: Tim Reynolds
Paulo/Ramsey: Ian Thompson
Purdon: James Snell
Mac: David Sinclair
Matthew: Paul Gregory
Zondra: Deborah Makepeace
Ed: Jonathan Tafler
Haws/Samir: Michael Tudor Barnes
Flower girl: Victoria Carling
Joanie: Helen Cotterill
Waitress: Susie Brann
Doctor: Julie Berry
Barman: Simon Cuff
Morris: David Goodland

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