y Stella single work   radio play  
Note: Adapted for radio by Gale Pedrick, with Bettina Dickson, Russell Napier, and Lloyd Lamble.
Issue Details: First known date: 1964 1964
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'Olwyn's Boundary is a left-over town in the Australian outback. Once destined for development it has now become abandoned except for a mere score of inhabitants.'

Source: Radio Times, 23 January 1964, p.43.

Adaptations

form y Boundaries of the Heart Peter Yeldham , Perth Australia : Tra La La Films International Film Management Film and General Holdings , 1988 Z1579589 1988 single work film/TV 'An Australian feature film set in Western Australia in the 1950s. It tells of the isolation and lack of opportuniy in the outback, and how one woman made her decision to leave.'
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Notes

  • Note on authorship:

    Sight into Sound was a series of radio plays adapted from television scripts. In this case, the script for Stella was written by Peter Yeldham, but adapted as a radio play by British writers. No television broadcast of this script has so far been traced.

Production Details

  • Aired on the BBC Light Programme, on 29 January 1964, from 8:49pm.

    Produced by David H. Godfrey.

    Cast members included Gabriel Woolf (Narrator), John Baddeley (Tom Mason), John Cazabon (Blanco White), Russell Napier (Billy Marsden), Lloyd Lamble (Andy Ford), Gwenda Wilson (June Thompson), Bettina Dickson (Stella Marsden), Dibbs Mather (Arthur Pearson), Margaret Wolfit (Woman), and Bruce Condell (Man).

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