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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase


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by Joan Aiken , with Jane Lapotaire as Miss Slighcarp.
This acclaimed historical novel is set in an England overrun by wolves. At the grand house of Willoughby Chase, Sylvia and Bonnie struggle to escape the clutches of their evil governess,
Miss Slighcarp.
Dramatised by Eric Pringle Director Cherry Cookson


Unknown: Joan Aiken
Unknown: Jane Lapotaire
Dramatised By: Eric Pringle
Director: Cherry Cookson
Bonnie: Emily Watson
Sylvia: Abigail Docherty
Narrator: John Rowe
Grimshaw: John Turner
Sir Willoughby: Gavin Muir
Lady Green/Mrs Brisket: Kristin Milward
Simon: Tom Bevan
Pattern: Jilly Bond
Aunt Jane: Eva Stuart
James: David Antrobus
Field: Ian Masters
Gripe: Derek Waring
Dr Mome/Cardigan: George Parsons
Diana: Elaine Claxton
Emma: Natasha Pyne
Lucy/Cook: Becky Hindley

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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase

BBC Radio 4 FM, 30 December 1994 14.00

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