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The Afternoon Play

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And There Were in the Same Country by DAVID BANNISTER
When a group of trendy parents offers to take over the school Christmas production, the headmaster is all in favour. It's just the sort of innovation that will impress County Hall. Other teachers are less enthusiastic.... The Parents
The Teachers
Schoolgirl reader .ROMY TENNANT
STEPHEN HANCOCK (piano) ANNE VERNON (piano)
Directed by PETER WINDOWS BBC Pebble Mill. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Bannister
Reader: Romy Tennant
Piano: Stephen Hancock
Piano: Anne Vernon
Directed By: Peter Windows
Beth: Hedli Nklaus
Ian: Richard Derrington
Anne: Patricia Gallimore
Ben: Terry Molloy
Rowena: Jayne Dowell
Miles: Stephen Hancock
Mrs Green: Jane Frost
Jeremy: Brett Usher
Doris: Penelope Lee
Hugh: Roger Hume
Sue: Charlotte Martin
Maggie: Heather Barrett
Michael: Paul Gregory

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