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Time and the Conways


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by J.B. Priestley
starring Claire Bloom as Mrs Conway with Geraldine James as Madge, Phyllis Logan as Kay, Nicholas le Prevost as Gerald Thornton, Mel Martin as Hazel, Susan Wooldridge as Joan Helford, Peter Chelsom as Alan, Keith Drinkel as Ernest Beevers, Simon Shepherd as Robin and Natalie Ogle as Carol
1919: the World War is over. Kay Conway celebrates her 21st birthday and all the family look forward with hope and confidence. Then Time begins to conjure with them and offers a dark glimpse of what the future could really bring.
FEATURE: page 8


Author: J.B. Priestley
Music arranged and played by: Francis Shaw
Make-up: Jean Steward
Designer: Don Taylor
Script Editor: Stuart Griffiths
Producer: Louis Marks
Director: Mike Vardy
Mrs Conway: Claire Bloom
Madge: Geraldine James
Kay: Phyllis Logan
Gerald Thornton: Nicholas Le Prevost
Hazel: Mel Martin
Joan Helford: Susan Wooldridge
Alan: Peter Chelsom
Ernest Beevers: Keith Drinkel
Robin: Simon Shepherd
Carol: Natalie Ogle

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Time and the Conways

BBC One London, 7 April 1985 21.00

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