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Classic Serial: Dr Zhivago


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4/6. Yuri and his family have fled Moscow, arriving in the Urals to find the civil war raging there. In charge of the nearest town is the Bolshevik general, Streinikov. And that's where Lara is. By Boris Pasternak.
Other parts played by Joseph Alessi , Skye Bennett , John Dougall , Darrell D'Silva , Gerard McDermott ,
Helen Schlesinger , Greqq Sulkin , Lloyd Thomas and Simon Treves Repeated from Sunday


Unknown: Boris Pasternak.
Played By: Joseph Alessi
Played By: Skye Bennett
Played By: John Dougall
Played By: Darrell D'Silva
Played By: Gerard McDermott
Played By: Helen Schlesinger
Played By: Greqq Sulkin
Unknown: Lloyd Thomas
Unknown: Simon Treves
Narrator: Ian McDiarmid
Yuri: Tom Goodman-Hill
Lara: Eve Best
Tonya: Clare Corbett
Alexander: Alan David
Strelnikov: Don Gilet
Yevgraf: Stuart McQuarrie
Mikulitsin: Trevor Cooper
Antipov: Peter Marinker

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Classic Serial: Dr Zhivago

BBC Radio 4 FM, 8 December 2007 21.00

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