A play by Phyllis Bentley based on a true story of villainy in Yorkshire in 1769.
Writer (The Coiners):
Designer (The Coiners):
Producer (The Coiners):
Mary Sutcliffe, his mother:
Nathaniel Sutcliffe, his father, a weaver:
Mr Deighton, Supervisor of Excise:
Mr Caygill Justice of the Peace:
Bessie Caygill, his daughter:
David Hartley, a weaver:
Isaac Hartley, his brother:
Mr Chamberlayn Solicitor to The Mint:
in the Grande Place, Brussels.
Every three years the noble families of Brussels parade through this historic square in their traditional costumes.
Presented by the Flemish Section of the Belgian Television Service
Peter Scott tells the story of his expedition to Iceland in search of the pink-footed geese, which breed at the foot of the glaciers in the central highlands in spring and early summer and spend the winter in Britain.
His account of these birds is illustrated by a film he made during his expedition.
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