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The Summer Serial: The True Story of Martin Guerre

Synopsis

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Dramatised in two parts by Guy Meredith from the trial notes of the 16th century French judge Jean de Coras.
2: Martin Guerre 's wife Bertrande bears him two further children and then accuses him of being an impostor. with John Fleming , Peter Penry Jones , Federay Holmes , John Church. Keith Drinkel , Jonathan Adams. John Webb and Siriol Jenkins. Music by Philip Pickett , played by Pavlo Beznosiuk , Tom Fmucane and Stephen Henderson. Director Janet Whitaker Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Meredith
Unknown: Jean de Coras.
Unknown: Martin Guerre
Unknown: John Fleming
Unknown: Peter Penry Jones
Unknown: Federay Holmes
Unknown: John Church.
Unknown: Keith Drinkel
Unknown: Jonathan Adams.
Unknown: John Webb
Music By: Philip Pickett
Played By: Pavlo Beznosiuk
Played By: Tom Fmucane
Played By: Stephen Henderson.
Director: Janet Whitaker Rpt
Martin: Sean Bean
Bertrande: Leslie Dunlop
Jean de Coras: Olivier Pierre
Bertrande's Mother: Jill Graham
Pierre Guerre: Andrew Melville
Sanglas: Steve Hodson
Mme Sanglas: Geraldine Fitzgerald
Francoise: Jo Kendall
Carbon Barrrau: Peter Gunn
Guillem: Eric Allan

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The Summer Serial: The True Story of Martin Guerre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 28 June 1996 14.00






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