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The Luck Of The Draw

£29.99

Product description

1979, 1st Edition paperback from the BBC series of publications which were specially selected for their interest and dramatic merit, and their appeal to students of radio drama; 23 pages; Good Plus. Luck of the Draw was A.S. Robertson's first radio play after gaining valuable experience as a playwright for the theatre. It is a witty comedy, revolving around the moral entanglements which begin when the "Shelf Union Social Club" meet behind closed doors to pick the winning ticket for the annual Christmas prize draw.

British Broadcasting Corporation, London, 1979. Good Plus. 1st Edition.

Book Condition : G+ : minor shelfwear, and a hint of offsetting visible to back cover; possible foxing to top edge; a hint of toning to inside pages which are otherwise in very good order; staple bind secure and sound. Bookseller Inventory 001217

Item details

Author(s):
Robertson, A.S.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8 1/2" x 5 3/4"
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0563178078
Number of pages:
23
Publisher:
BBC
Title:
The Luck Of The Draw

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1979, 1st Edition paperback from the BBC series of publications which were specially selected for their interest and dramatic merit, and their appeal to students of radio drama; 23 pages; Good Plus. Luck of the Draw was A.S. Robertson's first radio play after gaining valuable experience as a playwright for the theatre. It is a witty comedy, revolving around the moral entanglements which begin when the "Shelf Union Social Club" meet behind closed doors to pick the winning ticket for the annual Christmas prize draw.

British Broadcasting Corporation, London, 1979. Good Plus. 1st Edition.

Book Condition : G+ : minor shelfwear, and a hint of offsetting visible to back cover; possible foxing to top edge; a hint of toning to inside pages which are otherwise in very good order; staple bind secure and sound. Bookseller Inventory 001217

Author(s):
Robertson, A.S.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8 1/2" x 5 3/4"
Edition:
1st
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0563178078
Number of pages:
23
Publisher:
BBC
Title:
The Luck Of The Draw

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