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Screen Two: He's Asking for Me

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 new BBC film by Boleslaw Sulik. Starring
Maggie O'Neill and David Threlfall.
When the first call comes, Norah thinks it is just an average dirty breather. The next time he asks for her personally and knows all about her. Norah is frightened but she becomes determined to identify the caller and discover his motives. So she challenges him to meet her in person. Will he turn up? Will she come through the ordeal?
Music by STANLEY MYERS Designer GEOFF POWELL Lighting cameraman KEVIN ROWLEY
Editor ARDAN FISHER
Produced by KENITH TRODD Directed by WITOLD STARECKI
0 FILMS: pages 19-20
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Boleslaw Sulik.
Unknown: Maggie O'Neill
Unknown: David Threlfall.
Music By: Stanley Myers
Designer: Geoff Powell
Unknown: Kevin Rowley
Editor: Ardan Fisher
Produced By: Kenith Trodd
Directed By: Witold Starecki
Norah: Maggie O'Neill
Andy: David Threlfall
Uncle Harold: Thorley Walters
Lynn: Gina McKee
Sarah: Marian McLoughun
Referee: Danny Chippendale
Steve: Kevin Allen
Disc jockey: Mike Pugh
Hanka: Lola Rand
Tramp: Gregory Cox
Elderly man: Albert Welch
Japanese tourist: Yoshonori Yamamoto
Anstable: Bev Willis
First youth: Lee MacDonald
Second youth: David Doyle
Krzeminski: Wttold Schejbal
Zurek: Czeslaw Grocholsk1






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