'Bob Woolf wants to become a writer. Sarah MacDonaid , who works in the local Library, wants to become an actress. Bob falls in love with Sarah and their regard for each other develops in the world of amateur theatricals in which they both become involved. Sarah meets with success. What effect will this have on her relationship with Bob?'
Radio Times, 11 November 1971, p.31.
The earliest Australian broadcast that has been traced to date is 1973 (Sunday 21 January 1963, on 2CN, from 8:02pm). However, the BBC broadcast of this production notes that it was produced in Melbourne by the ABC, so an earlier, untraced broadcast is likely.
Broadcast on BBC Radio 4 (Afternoon Theatre) on 13 November 1971, from 2pm.
Producer: Henry Cuthbertson.
Cast members included Fay Kelton (Sarah MacDonald), Neil Fitzpatrick (Bob Woolf), Edgar Metcalfe (Paul Richards), John Rickard (John Striker), Agnes Dobson (Mrs Jameson), Douglas Kelly (Perrett), Kenrick Hudson (Ship's Announcer / Driver), Sydney Conabere (Barman), Bryan Johnson (Stagehand), Roslyn de Winter (Woman), and Bill Passick (Announcer).
(From Radio Times, 11 November 1971, p.31.)