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Drama on 3: Becket


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t's 1173, and Norman King of England Henry
I does penance for the murder of his one-time friend and former chancellor, Archbishop Thomas Becket. Plantagenet power has triumphed over the independence of the clergy - but at what personal cost? By Jean Anouilh , translated by Lucienne Hill and starring Toby Stephens and David Morrissey.
Producer Nicolas Soames ; Director Roy McMillan


Unknown: Norman King
Unknown: Thomas Becket.
Unknown: Jean Anouilh
Translated By: Lucienne Hill
Unknown: Toby Stephens
Unknown: David Morrissey.
Producer: Nicolas Soames
Director: Roy McMillan
Henry: Iitoby Stephens
Becket: David Morrissey
Oueen Mother: Sara Kestelman
Archbishop: Adrian Lukis
London: Jonathan Keeble
Oxford: Terence Wilton
York/Pope: Mark Perry
Saxon man/Cardinal: Jonathan Oliver
Little monk: Steven Kynman
Young Queen: Teresa Gallagher
Gwendolen: Rachel Issac

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