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Anne Hughes: Her Boke, in wiche I Write what I Doe, When I Have thee Tyme

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In the 18th century a young farmer's wife wrote a diary. She wrote about her cooking, her quarrels, her butter making, and the love story of her maid, Sarah.
This film re-creates 18 months in her life on a remote Herefordshire farm. starring Elin Jenkins as Anne Hughes with Barry Jackson, Joanne Pearce, Juliet Harmer and Ann Way
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Author: Anne Hughes
Film Cameraman: Jim Saunders
Costume Designer: Ian Adley
Make-up Artist: Daphne Barker
Designer: Chris Robilliard
Producer: Alastair Reid
Director: Michael Croucher
Anne Hughes: Elin Jenkins
John Hughes: Barry Jackson
Sarah: Joanne Pearce
Mistress Prue: Juliet Harmer
Mistress Jenkins: Ann Way
Cousin Ned: James Duggan
Parson Cross: Christopher Bramwell
Mistress Ellis: Angela Barlow
Parson Ellis: Timothy Hooper
Grandfather Tollu: Tony Sympson
Tim Prew: Perry Balfour
Jem Jenkins: Jason Kemp
Sarah's sister: Monique de Sain
Bella: Maureen Miller

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Anne Hughes: Her Boke, in wiche I Write what I Doe, When I Have thee Tyme

BBC Two England, 25 December 1978 19.35






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