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When Youth and Pleasure Meet

Synopsis

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A celebration of the 30th anniversary of the National Youth Theatre, in which its founder and director Michael Croft recalls the early days of the company. With the aid of recordings made at the time, he reflects on the youthful performances of some past members including JOHN STRIDE . HYWEL BENNETT. SIMON WARD.
HELEN MIRREN ,DIANA QUICK and MARTIN JARVIS. Producer ANNE HINDS BBC Birmingham
(Revised broadcast next Saturday)
0 INFO: page 69
8.20 Good Lads at Heart by PETER TERSON
Performed by present members of the National Youth Theatre and featuring the special guest appearance of Michael Croft as the Governor of Summerdown Youth Custodial Centre
A group of offenders attends a session with two inexperienced drama teachers. For some it is just an amusing way to pass a Saturday morning, but the class turns out to have unexpected and dramatic results.
Directed by PHILIP MARTIN BBC Birmingham. Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)

Contributors

Director: Michael Croft
Unknown: John Stride
Unknown: Hywel Bennett.
Unknown: Simon Ward.
Unknown: Helen Mirren
Unknown: Diana Quick
Unknown: Martin Jarvis.
Producer: Anne Hinds
Unknown: Peter Terson
Unknown: Michael Croft
Directed By: Philip Martin
Mr Hardacre: Graham Davies
Mr Hunter: Peter Campling
Miss Finch: Jackie Phillips
Les Dukes: Sam Rumbelow
Garvey: Lawrence Good
Scotty: Stephen Melville
Naylor: Ian Potter
Horricks: Tristram Sturrock
Caldwell: Peter Welton
Fleggie: Ben Walden
Docherty: Jim Doran
Williams: Ian Morgan
Bates: Michael Bushell
Smith: Paul Noon
Chalkie: Mark Johnson
Mavison: Dean Byfield
Kemp: Jonathan Wingrave

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When Youth and Pleasure Meet

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 September 1986 19.50






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