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Chapters and Verses: Treasures of theBritish Library


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Michael Field by Moya O'Shea. In 1884 The
Spectatorspoke of Michael Field as "a new voice, which is likelyto be heard far and wide among the English-speaking peoples". In fact, Michael Reid was the pseudonym of Katherine Bradley and her niece Edith Cooper. The two women's wish was to be "judged as men are judged". Would their secret lie undiscovered? Part 1 of 10. Director Tracey Neale. Repeated from 10.45am


Unknown: Moya O'Shea.
Unknown: Michael Field
Unknown: Michael Reid
Unknown: Katherine Bradley
Unknown: Edith Cooper.
Director: Tracey Neale.
Katherine: Geraldine James
Edith: Sophie Thompson
Lissie: Richenda Carey
James: Roger Walker
Amy: Alison Pettttt
Francis: David Thorpe
Browning: Geoffrey Whitehead

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Chapters and Verses: Treasures of theBritish Library

BBC Radio 4 FM, 6 November 2000 19.45

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