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Sunday Play: Lifehouse

Synopsis

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By Pete Townshend , adapted for radio by Jeff Young. Townshend's exploration of humanity, begun in 1971. has finally come to fruition - a dream road movie set in a world of info overload and techno-gluttony. It is the last day of the millennium and a disillusioned Ray decides to leave his rural hideaway in search of his missing daughter, Mary, leaving his wife, Sally, behind. Ray is drawn by the voice of a pirate DJ, Hacker, to the Lifehouse and back to the music that once gave his life meaning. Director Kate Rowland
Programme of the Week: page 129;
Andrew Duncan meets Pete Townshend : page 8; See RT Shop offer: page 12

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Townshend
Unknown: Jeff Young.
Director: Kate Rowland
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Pete Townshend
Ray: David Threlfall
Sally: Geraldine James
Mary: Kelly MacDonald
Hacker: Shaun Parks
Caretaker: Charles Dale
Rayboy: Phillip Dowling






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