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End of the Line

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.
Five plays about life in a Scottish New Town 3: Blowout by TOM MCGRATH starring
Pete has become obsessed by Bobby's death and he blames money-making Mike for causing it. A day on the booze fuels his resentment.
Music by B. A. ROBERTSON Designer HELEN RAE
Produced by TOM KINNINMONT
Directed by DAVID MALONEY BBC Scotland * Subtitles on Ceefax page 170

Contributors

Unknown: Tom McGrath
Music By: B. A. Robertson
Designer: Helen Rae
Produced By: Tom Kinninmont
Directed By: David Maloney
Rose: Phyllis Logan
Pete: Martin Muchan
Mike: Gregor Fisher
Harry: Joseph Marcell
Elaine: Sheila Grier
Monica: Dorothy Anne Stiven
Kay: Wilma Duncan
Joanna: Terry Cavers
Betty: Ann Scott-Jones
Disco manager: Martin Black
Disco MC: Tom Ferrie
Workman: Kenneth Bryans
Girl: Julie Graham
Kate: Kirsty McAlpine

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