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Daughters of Britannia

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Katie Hickman presents an untold story of four centuries of diplomatic life as revealed in the - private letters, diaries and memoirs of British diplomats' wives and daughters. Part 1 of 20. Directors Hannah Andrassy and John Dryden. Rptd from 10.45am Programme of the Week: page 115
Kate O'Mara 's Questionnaire: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Katie Hickman
Directors: Hannah Andrassy
Directors: John Dryden.
Unknown: Kate O'Mara
Ella Sykes: Stephanie Cole
Isabel Burton: Kate O'Mara
Ann Fanshawe: Amanda Redman
Catherine Macartney: Emma Fielding
Susan Townley: Jane Booker
Harriet Granville: Hermoine Norris
Jennifer Hickman: Liz Kettle
Mary Fraser: Claire Price
Major Leigh-Hunt: Mike Burnside
Vita Sackville-West: Marlene Sidaway

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Daughters of Britannia

BBC Radio 4 FM, 10 April 2000 19.45






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