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: Wimbledon Tennis

(by courtesy of the All-England Lawn Tennis Club)
The Finals of the Ladies' Singles and Doubles and the Final of the Men's Doubles, televised direct from the Centre Court, Wimbledon, with commentary by Thomas Woodrooffe.
(to 17.00)

Contributors

Commentary: Thomas Woodrooffe

: Gallows Glorious

An adaptation for television of the play by Ronald Gow with Neil Porter as John Brown.
The cast also includes:
Hamilton Price, Don Gemmell, Peter Osborn, Walter Horsbrugh, Atholl Fleming, Hugh Casson, D.A. Ward, Rosemary Lomax, Rae Allan, Ysanne Churchman, Rupert Siddens, Clarence Bigge, Connaught Stanleigh, Michael Bridges, Guy Glover
The action takes place in America in 1859 and moves between John Brown's house in the Adirondack mountains in the North, and the Maryland-Virginia border in the South.
To be repeated on Wednesday, July 12

(to 22.25)

Contributors

Adapter: Ronald Gow
Production: Jan Bussell
John Brown: Neil Porter
[Actor]: Don Gemmell
[Actor]: Peter Osborn
John Kagi: Walter Horsbrugh
[Actor]: Atholl Fleming
[Actor]: Hugh Casson
Douglass: D.A. Ward
[Actress]: Rosemary Lomax
Bell: Rae Allan
Ellen: Ysanne Churchman
Stevens: Rupert Siddens
Telegraph Operator: Clarence Bigge
[Actor]: Michael Bridges
J. P. Gallagher: Guy Glover








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