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The Choir

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A five-part adaptation of the novel by Joanna Trollope , starring
James Fox , David Warner
1 : At Aldminster Cathedral a crisis is looming. See today's choices.
Adapted by Ian Curteis ; Producer Peter Cregeen ; Director Ferdinand Fairfax Stereo Subtitled ..
# Let There Be Lights: page 28

Contributors

Novel By: Joanna Trollope
Unknown: James Fox
Unknown: David Warner
Adapted By: Ian Curteis
Producer: Peter Cregeen
Hugh Cavendish: James Fox
Alexander Troy: David Warner
Bridget Cavendish: Richenda Carey
lanthe Cavendish: Claire Cox
Cosmo Cavendish: Richard Keen
Frank Ashworth: Peter Vaughan
Sally Ashworth: Cathryn Harrison
Henry Ashworth: Anthony Way
Bishop Robert Young: John Standing
Janet Young: Caroline John
Leo Beckford: Nicholas Farrell
Nicholas Elliott: Oliver Milburn
John Godwin: Robert Flemyng
Canon Tom Oddams: Christopher Good
Canon Neil Patterson: Michael Fitzgerald
Sandra Miles: Nicola King
Martin Chancellor: Bill Britten
Roger Farrell: Daniel Flynn
JimWoodcote: David Sterne
Chilworth: James Hopkins
Wooldridge: Edward Hughes
Mrs Monk: Pamela Cundell

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