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speaks for the Week's Good Cause on behalf of an organisation promoting social justice and development in the Third World.
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Typhoid
Mary Shirley Gee 's award-winning play based on the true story of a typhoid-carrier.
With Helen Horton ,
Nicolette McKenzie , Andrew Branch , Tim Bentinck , Alan Tilvern , Rod Beacham ,
Harry Towb and John Bull. Director David Spenser. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Shirley Gee
Unknown:
Helen Horton
Unknown:
Nicolette McKenzie
Unknown:
Andrew Branch
Unknown:
Tim Bentinck
Unknown:
Alan Tilvern
Unknown:
Rod Beacham
Unknown:
Harry Towb
Unknown:
John Bull.
Director:
David Spenser.
Mary Mallon:
Margaret Whiting
DrSoper:
Daniel Massey
Ed Bishop:
Elliot Kendall
Mary as a child:
Susan Sheridan
Sister Joseph:
Sheila Grant
Fr John:
Denys Hawthorne
Immigration officer:
Peter Whitman
Agnes:
Sandra Dickinson
Elspeth:
Elizabeth Proud
Mrs Palmer:
Carole Boyd

Personal views of current controversies.
3: Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood believes that the current arguments surrounding our museums reflect a culture in crisis, as valuable research is poisoned by rising commercialism.
Producer Anna Parkinson

Contributors

Designer:
Vivienne Westwood
Producer:
Anna Parkinson

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