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Lothersdale: An Image of England

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Tuesday's Documentary
Written by PATRICK O'DONOVAN
Narrated by MICHAEL PARKINSON
It is a tiny village in the Yorkshire Pennines, yet it was already established when the Domesday Book was compiled. Its land was farmed by the Vikings and usurped by Normans. It has sent men to the wars from Flodden and Agincourt to Gallipoli and Alamein. It sheltered Quakers from persecution; gave Charlotte Bronte a job as governess; today its farmers grapple with the Common Market Agricultural Policy. The people of Lothersdale make their contribution to the programme in their own forthright way. ' Nobody's ever heard of Lothersdale,' says a local farmer but if the spirit of England is alive and flourishing it is in a place like this.
Voices OLIVE GREGG
VERNON JOYNER
Film cameraman TOM INGLE
Film editor JOHN BUSH
Producer PATRICIA MEEHAN Village voice: page 4

Contributors

Written By: Patrick O'Donovan
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: Olive Gregg
Unknown: Vernon Joyner
Unknown: Tom Ingle
Editor: John Bush
Producer: Patricia Meehan

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Lothersdale: An Image of England

BBC One London, 1 April 1975 21.25






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