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Manna from Heaven 

Tenzin Jetsunma, a former resident of Pearl Bay and now a Buddhist lecturer, returns to town to make amends with Meredith for a forty-year-old dispute. Her presence in town sets everyone on... See full summary »

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Heather Jelly
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Karen Miller
Alan Cassell ...
Harold Fitzwalter
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Meredith Monahan
Alice Garner ...
Carmen Blake
Kevin Harrington ...
Kevin Findlay
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Bob Jelly
Tom Long ...
Angus Kabiri
Christopher Lyons ...
Trevor Findlay
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Miranda Gibson
William McInnes ...
Max Connors
Kane McNay ...
Rupert Gibson
Georgina Naidu ...
Phrani Gupta
Cameron Nugent ...
Craig Jelly
Bryony Price ...
Jules Jelly
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Tenzin Jetsunma, a former resident of Pearl Bay and now a Buddhist lecturer, returns to town to make amends with Meredith for a forty-year-old dispute. Her presence in town sets everyone on edge, as secrets are exposed throughout town. But, amidst the more mundane secrets - Heather's parentage, a suspicious sporting victory - some of the town are hiding a greater secret: a mass theft years earlier which has now come back to haunt them. Written by Sammy J

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15 August 1999 (Australia)  »

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SeaChange End Song
(Richard Pleasance (as R. Pleasance))
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Performed by Wendy Morrison & Richard Pleasance
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