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A play for broadcasting by Diarmuid Kelly
[Starring] Sheila Manahan, Harry Hutchinson and Allan McClelland

Cast in order of speaking: [see below]

Contributors

Writer:
Diarmuid Kelly
Production:
Audrey Cameron
Jimmy Whelan:
Terrance Farrell
Ned Whelan:
Harry Hutchinson
Molly Whelan:
Sheila Manahan
Mat Tobin:
Allan McClelland
Pat Foley:
John Graham
Martin Murphy:
Donal Donnelly
Bill Feeney:
William Eedle
Dr O'Brien:
Frank Windsor
Father Tim:
Eric Anderson
Sergeant:
David March
School children played by:
June Tobin
School children played by:
Beryl Calder
School children played by:
Members of the cast

For Children of Most Ages
* Mr. Growser Moves
A Toytown play by S. G. Hulme Beaman
Production by Josephine Plummer
5.30 For Older Children
First Attempts
Young artists making their first broadcast
From Birmingham: Graham introduces
Peter Latham (boy soprano)
Peter Smith (cornet)
Accompanist, Albert Webb
From Bristol:
Mollie introduces
Gillian Marsh and Rachael Nussbaum
(piano duets)
From London:
Barbara Sleigh introduces
Tony Harman (songs to the guitar)
At the organ, Charles Smart

Contributors

Play By:
S. G. Hulme Beaman
Production By:
Josephine Plummer
Unknown:
Peter Latham
Soprano:
Peter Smith
Accompanist:
Albert Webb
Unknown:
Gillian Marsh
Piano:
Rachael Nussbaum
Introduces:
Barbara Sleigh
Unknown:
Tony Harman
Narrator the Lamb:
Derek McCulloch
Narrotor:
Derek McCulloch
Mr Growser:
Ralph de Rohan
The Mayor of Toytown:
Wilfred Babbage
Ernest the Policeman:
Peter Claughton
Captain Higgins:
Charles Leno
The Magician:
Stephen Jack
Dennis the Dachshund:
Preston Lockwood

A play for radio by Jon Manchip White
Cast in order of speaking:
Harmonica player, Reg Darnley
Seamen and other voices played by members of the cast Produced by Archie Campbell
See page 6

Contributors

Unknown:
Jon Manchip White
Unknown:
Reg Darnley
Produced By:
Archie Campbell
Admiralty Staff: Rear-Admiral Shapcott:
Arthur Young
Capt Mercombe, R N:
James Thomason
Cmdr Kirklees, R N R:
John Hollis
Cmdr John Tarlton, R N:
William Fox
Lieut Philip Seaton, R N:
Michael Anthony
Eng Rear-Admiral Saintsbury:
Rolf Lefebvre
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Egan:
Harold Reese
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Donnithorne:
Ronald Baddiley
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Boydell:
John Ruddock
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: McKerrow:
Ian Sadler
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Parham:
John Bennett
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: C P O Drage:
Will Leighton
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Fuller:
Edward Jewesbury
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227: Lewis:
John Scott
Smithson:
Peter Wilde
Lieut Hoskins, R N:
Hugh Manning
Sub-Lieut Chatterton R N:
Kenneth Fortescue
W R N S officer:
Sheila Grant
U-boat Flotilla Leader:
Carl Duering
U-boat Commander:
John G Heller
Operation Moonfleet Capt Maddox, R N:
Frederick Treves
Cmdr Temple, R N:
John Cazabon
Anstey:
Ian White
Wemyss:
Ian Sadler

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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