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World Drama

Synopsis

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All That Fall
A stereo production of SAMUEL BECKETT'S famous radio play with Marie Kean and J. G. Devlin
Jerry, a small boy.JUDY BENNETT Programme realised at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop by DESMOND BRISCOE
Producer DONALD MCWHINNIE

Contributors

Unknown: Marie Kean
Unknown: J. G. Devlin
Unknown: .Judy Bennett
Unknown: Desmond Briscoe
Producer: Donald McWhinnie
Mrs Rooney (Maddy), an lady: Marie Kean
Christy, a carter: James Greene
Mr Tyler, a retired bill-broker: Kevin Flood
Mr Slocum, Clerk of the Race-course: Allan McClelland
Mr Barrell, a station-master: Derry Power
Tommy, a porter: Ron Flanagan
Miss Fitt, a lady: Kate Binchy
A female voice: Brenda Gogan
Mr Rooney (Dan), husband of Mrs Rooney: J. G. Devlin

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