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The Female Messiah

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A feature about the Shaker movement on the bicentenary of Ann Lee 's voyage from Manchester to America
Written and narrated by JAMES ROOSE-EVANS
Billie Whitelaw as Mother Ann 'I am Ann the Word, the Candle of the Lord. I have been walking in fine valleys with Christ as a lover. I am married to the Lord Jesus Christ. He is my head and my husband and I have no other. I converse with Christ. I feel Him present within me!'
Other parts KERRY FRANCIS DAVID SINCLAIR, DIANA OLSSON, SAM DASTOR, NIGEL LAMBERT, CAROLE BOYD, SANDRA CLARK
Shaker songs and hymns arranged and conducted by KERRY WOODWARD with the BBC SINGERS
Producer JOHN THEOCHARIS

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Lee
Unknown: James Roose-Evans
Unknown: Billie Whitelaw
Unknown: Mother Ann
Unknown: Kerry Francis
Unknown: David Sinci.
Unknown: Diana Olsson
Unknown: Sam Dastor
Unknown: Nigel Lambert
Unknown: Carole Boyd
Unknown: Sandra Clark
Conducted By: Kerry Woodward
Producer: John Theocharis
Whittaker: Terry Scully
E D Andrews: Ramsay Williams
Elder Evans: Don Fellows
Nordhoff: Christopher Muncke
Brother Brown: Marvin Kane
Scots Shaker: Nigel Graham
Eldress Hocknell: Hilda Schroder
Dickens: Stephen Thorne
Tolstoy: Victor Nossoff

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