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Classic Serial: New Grub Street


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By George Gissing. Dramatised by Tony Ramsay.
3: In the concluding episode, the legacy of John Yule is about to transform the lives of Marian Yule and Amy Reardon. but not in Quite the way they had imagined.
Music by Mia Soteriou Director janet Whitaker Repeated from Sunday


Unknown: George Gissing.
Dramatised By: Tony Ramsay.
Unknown: John Yule
Unknown: Marian Yule
Unknown: Amy Reardon.
Music By: Mia Soteriou
Director: Janet Whitaker
Narrator: Harold Pinter
Edwin: Jonathan Firth
Amy: Emilia Fox
Jasper: Jonathan Cake
Biffen: Ian Masters
Mr Yule: Kenneth Cranham
Mrs Yule: Ann Beach
Marian: Tracy Ann OBErman
Dora: Helen Longworth
Quarmby: David Timson
Doctor: Martin Hyder
Amy's mother: Jemma Churchill

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Classic Serial: New Grub Street

BBC Radio 4 FM, 28 September 2002 21.00

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