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Saturday-Night Theatre

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Peter Williams and Isabel Dean in Look on This Picture by MALCOLM STEWART with Ramsay Williams , Carole Boyd and Peter Woodthorpe
To this day Naomi Fordyce reveres the memory of her late husband who disappeared on a lone Atlantic flight 40 years ago But even after so long rumours may thrive and a hero's reputation grow tarnished. And there is this incredible claim that Alan Fordyce is still alive ...
With EVA HADDON and MARGARET ROBERTSON Producer JOHN CARDY
(Repeated: Monday 3.5 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Williams
Unknown: Isabel Dean
Unknown: Malcolm Stewart
Unknown: Ramsay Williams
Unknown: Carole Boyd
Unknown: Peter Woodthorpe
Unknown: Naomi Fordyce
Unknown: Alan Fordyce
Unknown: Eva Haddon
Unknown: Margaret Robertson
Producer: John Cardy
Julian Spencer: Michael Deacon
Interviewer: Martin Muncaster
The young Alan Fordyce: Roger Gartland
Naomi Fordyce: Isabel Dean
Gerald Cranston PETER: Wii Liams
Hilary: Carole Boyd
Richard Grace: Peter Wooothorpe
Tramp: Ramsay Williams
Stobart: Paul Maxwell
Air Commodore Franklyn: Denis McCarthy
Townsend: Marvin Kane
Helicopter pilot: Peter Whitman
Inspector: Alan Dudley
Farley: Gordonsterne

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 12 July 1975 20.30






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