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La Bonne Lorraine

Synopsis

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An account of the rehabilitation of Jeanne d'Arc
Written by René Hague
On July 7, 1456, the commission appointed by Pope Calixtus III to examine the trial of Jeanne d'Arc in 1431 pronounced the sentence of rehabilitation which annulled the earlier proceedings. The enquiry, which was based on the written records of 1431 and on the evidence of witnesses who had known Jeanne (including some who had taken part in her trial), was chiefly conducted by the Inquisitor of France, Jean Bréhal.
Produced by R. D. SMITH
Second broadcast

Contributors

Unknown: Pope Calixtus Iii
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Jean Bréhal, Inquisitor of France.: David March
Charles VII: Douglas Storm
Questioner: Walter Fitzgerald
Fr Jean Toutmouillé: Leo Maguire
Ladvenu: Brian Hewlett
Guihaume Manchon, notary: Alaric Cotter
Thomas de Courcelles: Stanley Illsley
Jean Massleu: Brian Wilde
Nicholas de Houppeville: Noel Howlett
Jean Beaupère, Canon of Rouen.: Malcolm Hayes
Jean Morel: John Sharp
Perrin: John Ruddock
Jean Waterin: Norman Wynne
Jean Colin: Anthony Sagar
Hauviette: Elizabeth Proud
Jean de Metz: Robert Sansom
Seguin de Seguin: Peter Claughton
Louis de Coutes: Hugh Dickson
Comte de Dunois: Stephen Thorne
Due d'Alençon: Nigel Graham
Jean d' Aulon: Antony Viccars
Jeanne d'Arc: Rosalind Shanks






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