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Afternoon Play: Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World

Synopsis

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By Louis de Bernieres. Early morning, Sunday, and posh Katy sings in the bath. Her contralto negotiates the louvres and glides above the broken tiles of almost sunny, always grubby, never uppity Earlsfield, at the centre of the world. with Patrick Malahide , Joan Sims. Maggie Steed. Fenella Fielding , Burt Kwouk. Katy Emck. Brian Gear , Val Lorraine , Bill Wallis ,
Simon Armstrong , Sally Cookson , David Brooks and John Hartley. Music by Will Gregory , featuring Adrian Utley , Clive Deamer. Julian Arguelles and Martin Shaw. Director Kate McAII

Contributors

Unknown: Louis de Bernieres.
Unknown: Patrick Malahide
Unknown: Joan Sims.
Unknown: Maggie Steed.
Unknown: Fenella Fielding
Unknown: Burt Kwouk.
Unknown: Katy EmcK.
Unknown: Brian Gear
Unknown: Val Lorraine
Unknown: Bill Wallis
Unknown: Simon Armstrong
Unknown: Sally Cookson
Unknown: David Brooks
Unknown: John Hartley.
Music By: Will Gregory
Unknown: Adrian Utley
Unknown: Clive Deamer.
Unknown: Julian Arguelles
Unknown: Martin Shaw.
Director: Kate McAii
Narrator: Robert Powell
Emphysemic Eric: Michael Elphick

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Afternoon Play: Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World

BBC Radio 4 FM, 22 March 1999 14.15






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