Michael Sharp wrote three radio plays:
Thirty Minute Theatre, 18 Oct 94, 14:02.
When Stephen visits his injured father in hospital, he is surprised to find a strange lady sitting by the bed. A lady, moreover, who appears to be more than a mere aquaintance.
Alfred: Graham Crowden,
Marie: June Whitaeld,
Stephen: Nickolas Grace,
Trish: Frances Jeater,
Sister: Tina Gray,
1st Youth: Paul Panting,
2nd Youth: David Jarvis,
Producer: Glyn Dearman.
A BIRD IN THE HAND....1989
9 Aug 89, 3pm Radio 4. A comedy by MICHAEL SHARP . 45m.
A pigeon is not the best companion at a job interview or a visit to the theatre.
With Mark Straker as Stephen and Percy Edwards as the Pigeon.
Sue: Elizabeth Mansfield,
Mr Danvers: Norman Bird,
Mrs Danvers: Tessa Worsley,
Attendant: Richard Tate,
Peter: Ian Targett,
with DONALD GEE, DILYS LAYE,
BRIAN MILLER, EVA STUART and JOAN WALKER.
Produced by GLYN DEARMAN.
(Billed as a repeat, but cannot find original broadcast date)
11 Jun 86; R4. Afternoon Play. 3.00pm. 45m.
Becoming a widow does not mean finishing with life. Evelyn Ashcroft, recently bereaved, decides that she must get out and about; become involved in the world around her. For a start, she begins working on her husband's allotment - and meets Ken.
With Isabel Dean as Evelyn Ashcroft and Bryan Pringle as Ken Meadows;
Mr White.....MANNING WILSON,
Man in park.....PETER HOWELL,
Producer: GLYN DEARMAN. (......thanks, Austin)
Above plays have been archived. Thanks MS for the recordings.
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