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Dramatised as a serial for broadcasting in ten parts by Howard Agg
The fire at the Orphanage has been followed by a worse disaster-a polio epidemic in which Sweetie is the latest victim.
5: The Iron Hand with Robert Corder
John Bennett , Richard Bellaers
Nigel Anthony , and Douglas Hankin Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Recorded broadcast of June 15, 1958


Unknown: Norman Collins
Unknown: Howard Agg
Unknown: Robert Corder
Unknown: John Bennett
Unknown: Richard Bellaers
Unknown: Nigel Anthony
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Dame Eleanor: Gladys Young
Dr Trump: Hugh Manning
Margaret: Belle Chrystall
Sweetie: Beryl Calder
Ginger Woods: Michael Crawford
Felicity Trump: Sara Gregory
Nurse Stedge: Elizabeth Maude
Spud Carter: Alaric Cotter
Miss Britt „: Joan Matheson
Mr Dawlish: Duncan McLntyre
Annie: Hilda Schroder
The Storyteller: Simon Lack

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Light Programme, 5 September 1961 21.00

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