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Sunday Play

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In the Native State
Tom Stoppard 's new play for radio is set in two places and periods: India in 1930 and England in the present day.
With Peggy Ashcroft and Felicity Kendal
Excerpt from Up the Country by Emily Eden read by Auriol Smith. Director John Tydeman
0 COVER STORY: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Stoppard
Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft
Unknown: Emily Eden
Read By: Auriol Smith.
Director: John Tydeman
Mrs Swan: Peggy Ashcroft
Flora Crewe, her elder sister: Felicity Kendal
Nirad Das, an Indian painter: Sam Dastor
Anish Das, his son: Lyndam Gregory
Rajah: Saeed Jaffrey
David Durance: Simon Treves
Mr Pyke, an editor: William Hootkins
Coomaraswami: Renu Setna
The Resident: Brett Usher
Nazrul: Amerjit Deu
Francis Swan: Mark Straker
Nell: Emma Gregory

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