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Classic Serial: December Bride


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By Sam Hanna Bell , dramatised in two parts by Carlo Gebler. Servant girl Sarah Gomartin comes to work on Andrew Echlin 's farm in the puritanical community of 19th-century rural Ulster. Sarah's relationship with Andrew's two sons, Frank and Hamilton, has dramatic consequences. Part 1.
Bagpipes Robert Watt. Director Roland Jaquarello Repeated Saturday 9pm


Unknown: Sam Hanna Bell
Unknown: Carlo Gebler.
Unknown: Sarah Gomartin
Unknown: Andrew Echlin
Director: Roland Jaquarello
Sarah: Monica Dolan
Frank: Gerard Crossan
Hamilton: Lalor Roddy
Andrew: Jj Murphy
Martha: Trudy Kelly
Fergus: Tim Loane
Rev Sorieyson: Gerard McSortey
MrsSorleyson: Unda Wray
Mother Pentland: Barbara Adalr
Petie: Gordon Fulton
Agnes: Roma Tomelty

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Classic Serial: December Bride

BBC Radio 4 FM, 14 January 2001 15.00

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