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by Anthony Trollope
Adapted for broadcasting in twelve parts by H. Oldfield Box
Episode 10
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by Archie Campbell
Twice has Lizzie Eustace been robbed, and on both occasions she has deceived the police and the magistrates about the robberies. And now she lies in bed at her house in Mount Street, actually ill with anxiety. If the thieves should now be caught, she knows that the whole truth must come out-that the Eustace diamonds had been stolen not (as she had sworn) with their iron box at Carlisle, but afterwards in London. And then the whole world will know her for a liar and a cheat-her cousin Frank included.
Poor Lucy Morris is still living in Mount Street as companion to Lady
Ambleside, and her fiance Frank still neither writes to her nor goes to see her. Her six months with Lady Ambles.de are drawing to an end, and no arrangement has yet been made as to where she shall go afterwards.


Unknown: Anthony Trollope
Unknown: H. Oldfield Box
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Narrator: Geoffrey Lewis
Lizzie Eustace: Belle Chrystall
Frank Greystock: Lewis Stringer
Sarah Lizzie's maid: Mary Williams
Mr Emilius: Howieson Culff
Mr Camperdown: Martin Lewis
Lord Fawn: Bryan Coleman
Lady Fawn: Helen Haye
Mrs Hittaway: Elizabeth Kentish
Lucy Morris: Patricia Field

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