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Country Kate


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by SHEILA STEWART. winner of the Writers' Guild Award for the Best Radio Feature Based on her book
Country Kate with Peter Gllmere
Molle Harris and Heather Bell Kate Walker was born at the turn of the century in the Cotswold village of Long Compton Life had a different quality in those days and Kate reveals the tragedies and comedies, the births and deaths that so movingly affected her young life.
_ The congregation, choir and bells of Long Compton Parish Church
The children of Long Compton County Junior and Infant School


Unknown: Sheila Stewart.
Unknown: Peter Gllmere
Unknown: Molle Harris
Unknown: Heather Bell
Unknown: Kate Walker
Producer: Kay Patrick
Country Kate: Mollie Harris
Young Kate: Heather Bell
Will Walker: Peter Gilmore
John Walker: Paul Gaymon
Wealthy gent: Paul Gaymon
Kate's mother: Hilda Schroder
Granny Walker: Hilda Schroder
First Countrywoman: Carole Boyd
Child: Carole Boyd
Maid: Carole Boyd
Secend Countrywoman: Betty Baskcomb
Mrs Bury: Betty Baskcomb
Mr Bury: Alan Dudley
Parson: Alan Dudley
Countryman: Trader Faulkner
Grandpa Walker: Trader Faulkner

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