Wednesday Afternoon Serial - The Crack

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Four Liverpool writers have worked together to create this

four-part series set in the city over a long weekend. Threaded through the four stories is an imaginary news story.

1: Friday by Tracy Aston , starring Patricia Hayes as Edith and Michael Angelis as Albert.

Edith and Albert are on the run - Edith from the Old Folks' Home and Albert from his family and fast-approaching insanity. Having discovered Albert talking to a dead body in the cathedral gardens, Edith takes him away from the scene and under her wing.

Music by Sense of Sound Director Kate Rowland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Unknown: Tracy Aston

Unknown: Patricia Hayes

Unknown: Michael Angelis

Director: Kate Rowland

Dawn: Sunetra Sarker

Eddie: Alan Igbon

George: Tom Williamson

Nm: Pauline Fleming

Dolly: Ina Clough

gusker: Jake Abraham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931208]

Saturday by Pat Anderson is the second play in a four-part series of linked dramas by four Liverpool writers. It stars Cathy Tyson as Carol, a hairdresser.

Working at the barber's, Carol's body clock is ticking, like a time bomb waiting to go off. Her boyfriend's answering machine mocks her, and God deserts her. Carol's life is about to change.

Musicby Sense of Sound Director Kate Rowland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931208]

Unknown: Pat Anderson

Unknown: Cathy Tyson

Director: Kate Rowland

Carol: Cathy Tyson

Graham: Phil Hearne

Alan: Michael Christopher

Dawn: Sunetra Sarker

Eddie: Alan Igbon

Good Good: Tom Williamson

Tony: Jacob Abraham

Angela: Paula Sims

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931215]

Sunday by Stephen Butchard , the third play in a four-part series of linked dramas by Liverpool writers.

Joe was a priest. Mary is his mother. Joe has taken work in a local bookies and become the topic of local gossip. Even a murder on the community's doorstep can't shift him from the spotlight.

Other parts played by members of the cast Music by Sense of Sound Director Kate Rowland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931215]

Unknown: Stephen Butchard

Director: Kate Rowland

Mary: Val Lilley

JosePh: Michael Christopher

Edith: Patricia Hayes

Tony: Jacob Abraham

Angela: Paula Sims

Carol: Cathy Tyson

Michael: Michael Angelis

George: Tom Williamson

Dawn: Sunetra Sarker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931222]

Monday by Jeff Young , last in the series of linked dramas by Liverpool writers.

Eddie, alias "Edward the Confessor", is a petty thief and seller of chocolates and bin bags. Separated from his wife and daughter, he searches after recognition. There's been a murder in town and, if nicking chocolates hasn't made him "someone", then maybe his next confession will.

Music by Sense of Sound Director Kate Rowland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931222]

Unknown: Jeff Young

Director: Kate Rowland

Eddie: Alan Igbon

Edith: Patricia Hayes

Susan: Constance Branche

Wife: Paula Sims

Good Good: Tom Williamson

Wally: Phil Hearne

Dj: Neil Anthony

Joseph: Michael Christopher