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The Go-Between


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The novel by L. P. HARTLEY adapted by Archie Campbell with Denys Blakelock , Rachel Gurney Ambrosine Phillpotts and Anthony Reese
A child's-cye view of the adult world must often discover a strange and sometimes startling prospect.
The main action takes place at Brandham Hall, in Norfolk, in 1900. Recorded broadcast of January 2


Author: L.P. Hartley
Adapted by: Archie Campbell
Unknown: Denys Blakelock
Unknown: Rachel Gurney
Unknown: Ambrosine Phillpotts
Unknown: Anthony Reese
Pianist: Josephine Lee
Producer: Archie Campbell
Narrator: Denys Blakelock
Leo, the boy: Anthony Reese
Mrs Colston, his mother: Mary Wimbush
Schoolboy: Charles Marion-Crawford
Schoolboy: Nicholas Edmett
Schoolboy: Nigel Anthony
Headmaster: Norman Claridge
Mrs Maudsley: Ambrosine Phillpotts
Marcus: Andrew Konig
Denys, his elder brother: William Eedle
Marian, his sister: Rachel Gurney
Guests at Brandham Hall - Young man: John Rye
Guests at Brandham Hall - Young lady: Penelope Lee
Guests at Brandham Hall - Another guest: Nerys Kerfoot
Ted Burgess, a farmer: Ralph Hallett
Lord Trimingham (Hugh): Ian Lubbock
Brunskill, butler: Wilfred Babbage
Pollin, cricket player: Julian Somers
MC: Peter Claughton

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