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Loving

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The Screen Two series continues with tonight's romantic comedy, starring
Mark Rylance, Georgina Cates
Ireland, 1941: while the rest of Europe is at war, the inhabitants of Kinalty Castle find themselves overwhelmed by uncontrollable feelings of lust and passion. Before long, Charlie Raunce, the castle's butler, has fallen head over heels in love with Edith the housemaid.
See today's choices.
Adapted by Maggie Wadey ; Producer Louis Marks, Director Diarmuid Lawrence
* See This Week: page 7

Contributors

Adapted By: Maggie Wadey
Producer: Louis Marks
Director: Diarmuid Lawrence
Raunce: Mark Rylance
Edith: Georgina Cates
Kate: Sara Stephens
Bert: Danny Dyer
Miss Burch: Gabrielle Lloyd
Mrs Welch: Carol MacReadie
Albert: Max Brazier
Moira: Purdita Weeks
Evelyn: Charlotte Curley
Violet: Lucy Cohu
Mrs Tennant: Judy Parfitt
Nanny Swift: Phyllis Ryan
Paddy: Brian McGuinness
Michael Mathewson: Owen Roe
Eldon: Peadar Lamb
Captain Davenport: Michael James Ford
Mary: Ruth Comiskey

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