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The Sunday P!ay

Synopsis

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.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles by THOMAS HARDY : adapted in four parts by DESMOND HAWKINS with Emily Richard as Tess Robin Ellis as Angel Clare John Ronane as Alec
Part 3: After her seduction bv Alec D'Urberville Tess left her employment at Trantridge to work as a dairymaid at Talbothavs Farm. Here she was wooed and finally won by Angel Clare after what would seem an idyllic courtship. Yet the secret continues to gnaw at her heart....
Other parts ALAN HAINES and RUBY LUSCOMBE
Producer BRIAN MILLER (from Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: Desmond Hawkins
Unknown: Emily Richard
Unknown: Tess Robin Ellis
Unknown: Angel Clare
Unknown: John Ronane
Unknown: Alec D'Urberville Tess
Unknown: Angel Clare
Unknown: Alan Haines
Unknown: Ruby Luscombe
Producer: Brian Miller
Narrator: Denys Hawthorne
Jonathan: Douglas Leach
Mrs Durbeyfield: Constance Chapman
Mrs Clare: Peggy Ann Wood
Mr Clare: David Davis
IZZ Huett: Patricia Gallimore
Marian: June Barrie

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