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Saturday Playhouse presents: Love and Miss Figgis

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by Stella Martin Currey.
Adapted for television by Alwynne Whatsley and Tatiana Lieven.
[Starring] Jean Anderson, Margaret Tyzack
From the BBC's Midland television studios

Young Meg Day has shown exceptional promise at school, and her teacher Miss Figgis has coached her for a scholarship examination. But should she win the scholarship Meg realises that she will be faced with a problem-a problem that concerns her relationship with her family. For a new life and a new environment will be open to her-and she will have to break away from her background and her friends.

Contributors

Author: Stella Martin Currey
Adapter: Alwynne Whatsley
Adapter: Tatiana Lieven
Producer: Chloe Gibson
Designer: Charles Carroll
Clare Cousins: Margaret Tyzack
Alan Tullis: John Ebdon
Miss Figgis: Jean Anderson
Meg Day: Sarah Long
Derek BailIle: Terence Knapp
Mrs Day: Dandy Nichols
George Day: George A. Cooper
Jimmy Day: Stuart Hutchison
Myra: Jose Read
Barmaid: Elisabeth Orion
Barman: Philip Garston-Jones
Police Officer: Bernard Kay

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Saturday Playhouse presents: Love and Miss Figgis

BBC Television, 1 August 1959 21.40






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