The Peggers And The Creelers

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920722]

A series of three plays by Catherine Czerkawska.

1: Salt Sea Strawberries. The year is 1905. The fisherfolk (the Creelers) of the Ayrshire village of Dunure sell their harvest in the village of Maybole where the bootmakers (the Peggers) live and work. Socially, the two communities are not good neighbours.

Incidental music by John McCusker

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920722]

Unknown: Catherine Czerkawska.

Music By: John McCusker

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Sarah McCrindle: Sybil Wintrope

Agnes: Sheila Donald

James/Spectator: Joey Cooper

AnniefMaisie Gemmell/Juliet: Rachel Ogilvy

Johnnie Gemmell: Stuart McQuarrie

DaviejHugh GemmelllRomeo: Frank Gallagher

Mary: Jean Faulds

Gillian: Isabel Wright

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920729]

A series of three plays by Catherine Czerkawska.

2: The Water's Wide.

It is now 1906. Sarah has married Johnnie and has left her Dunure home.

Installed in her own house in Maybole, she is happier than she believed possible. There are rumours of the failure of the Maybole boot industry, but Johnnie is a skilled man and the future seems secure.

Incidental music by John McCusker

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920729]

Unknown: Catherine Czerkawska.

Music By: John McCusker

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Sarah: Sybil Wintrope

Agnes: Sheila Donald

James: Joey Cooper

Guard: Joey Cooper

Annie: Rachel Ogilvy

Johnnie: Stuart McQuarrie

Duncan McIntyre: Colin Gourley

Teresa: Carolyn Bonnyman

Mary: Jean Faulds

Gillian: Isabel Wright

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920805]

A series of three plays by Catherine Czerkawska.

3:The World's III Divided.It is 1913 and some time since Johnnie went to

Canada leaving Sarah to look after their daughter and to help out with Annie's education. The years have passed and Johnnie remains gone, but not forgotten.

Incidental music played by John McCusker

Director Hamish Wilson

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920805]

Unknown: Catherine Czerkawska.

Played By: John McCusker

Director: Hamish Wilson

Sarah: Sybil Wintrope

Mary (as a child): Carolyn Bonnyman

Duncan mother: Carolyn Bonnyman

Teresa: Carolyn Bonnyman

Agnes: Sheila Donald

Annie: Rachel Ogilvy

Mrs Pankhurst: Rachel Ogilvy

Johnnie: Stuart McQuarrie

Duncan McIntyre: Colin Gourley

Policeman: Andrew Conlan

Mary: Jean Faulds

Gillian: Isabel Wright

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970917]

A three-part drama by Catherine Czerkawska. 1: Salt Sea Strawberries

The year is 1905. The fishermen of the Ayrshire village of Dunure sell their harvest in the nearby village of Maybole, but there is little love lost between the two communities. with Joey Cooper , Rachel Ogilvy ,

Stuart McQuarrie. Frank Gallagher , Jean Faulds and Isabel Wright. Incidental music played by John McCusker. Director Hamish Wilson Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970917]

Unknown: Catherine Czerkawska.

Unknown: Joey Cooper

Unknown: Rachel Ogilvy

Unknown: Stuart McQuarrie.

Unknown: Frank Gallagher

Unknown: Jean Faulds

Unknown: Isabel Wright.

Played By: John McCusker.

Director: Hamish Wilson

Sarah McGrindle: Sybil Wintrope

Agnes: Sheila Donald

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971001]

The final part of Catherine Czerkawska 's three-part drama.

The World's III Divided. It is 1913 and some time since Johnnie went to

Canada, leaving Sarah to look after their daughter. with Rachel Ogilvy , Stuart McQuarrie , Colin Gourley , Andrew Conlan. Jean Faulds and Isabel Wright. Incidental music played by John McCusker. Director Hamish Wilson Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971001]

Unknown: Catherine Czerkawska

Unknown: Rachel Ogilvy

Unknown: Stuart McQuarrie

Unknown: Colin Gourley

Unknown: Andrew Conlan.

Unknown: Jean Faulds

Unknown: Isabel Wright.

Played By: John McCusker.

Director: Hamish Wilson

Sarah: Sybil Wintrope

Mary (as a childl): Carolyn Bonnyman

Duncan's mother: Carolyn Bonnyman

Teresa: Carolyn Bonnyman

Agnes: Sheila Donald

01Salt Sea Strawberries19970917

A three-part drama by Catherine Czerkawska.

1: `Salt Sea Strawberries'.

The year is 1905.

The fishermen of the Ayrshire village of Dunure - the Creelers - sell their harvest in the nearby village of Maybole, the home and workplace of the bootmakers, or Peggers.

There is little love lost between the neighbouring communities.

02The Water19970924

A three-part drama by Catherine Czerkawska.

2: `The Water's Wide'.

It is now 1906.

Sarah has married Johnnie and left her Dunure home.

Installed in her own house in Maybole, she is happier than ever before.

There are rumours of the failure of the Maybole boot industry, but Johnnie is a skilled man and the future seems secure for him and his young wife.

With Sybil Wintrope, Sheila Donald and Joey Cooper.

Director Hamish Wilson.

03 LASTThe World's Ill Divided19971001

It is 1913 and some time since Johnnie went to Canada, leaving Sarah to look after their daughter and to help out with Annie's education.

  • director hamish wilson
  • the years have passed, but johnnie is not forgotten
  • with.... sybil wintrope, carolyn bonnyman and sheila donald