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The Classic Serial: Joseph Andrews


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The last of Henry Fielding's four-part comic masterpiece, dramatised by Dominic Power , is a riotous journey through the morals and manners of high and low society. Joseph is raised to the gentry but finds this is no consolation when his sweetheart, Fanny, is revealed to be his long-lost sister. with Gabrielle Drake , Brigit Forsyth , Trevor Peacock , Naomi Radcliffe , Mark Chatterton , Rachel Smith , Robin Bowerman.
Vincent Penfold , Ann Rye , Rod Arthur and John Branwell. Director Michael Fox. Repeated Saturday 9pm


Dramatised By: Dominic Power
Unknown: Gabrielle Drake
Unknown: Brigit Forsyth
Unknown: Trevor Peacock
Unknown: Naomi Radcliffe
Unknown: Mark Chatterton
Unknown: Rachel Smith
Unknown: Robin Bowerman.
Unknown: Vincent Penfold
Unknown: Ann Rye
Unknown: Rod Arthur
Unknown: John Branwell.
Director: Michael Fox.
Fielding: Norman Rodway
Joseph: Matthew Dunster

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The Classic Serial: Joseph Andrews

BBC Radio 4 FM, 28 February 1999 15.00

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