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Saturday Night Theatre: Body Language


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By Alan Berrie. "Big Kenny" Hartley is a giant of a man, loved by all who know him. But the terrible secret he nurses leads to tragedy. with Linda Regan , Geoffrey Whitehead , Joshua Towb. Ross Livingstone , Zulema Dene. Sandra James-Young , Russell Floyd , Paul Jenkins ,
David Timson and Patience Tomlinson. Clarinet played by Emma Fowler. Director David Blount


Unknown: Alan Berrie.
Unknown: Linda Regan
Unknown: Geoffrey Whitehead
Unknown: Joshua Towb.
Unknown: Ross Livingstone
Unknown: Zulema Dene.
Unknown: Sandra James-Young
Unknown: Russell Floyd
Unknown: Paul Jenkins
Unknown: David Timson
Played By: Emma Fowler.
Director: David Blount
Kenny: Stephen Yardley
Doll: Maggie McCarthy
Coke: Ian Targett
Stan: Danny Schiller
Sid Hall: John Turner

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Saturday Night Theatre: Body Language

BBC Radio 4 FM, 11 November 1995 19.50

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