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The Fortunes of Nigel


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Dramatised in five parts by ALEXANDER BARON
Heriot has handed the Hermione papers to the King and asked him to pass judgment. Nigel has been found guilty of striking Dalgarno and sentenced to have his right hand cut off.
Part 5
Script editor ALISTAIR beli. Costumes JUANITA WATERSON Designer GRAHAM OAKLEY Producer JOHN MCRAE


Unknown: Sir Walter Scott
Unknown: Alexander Baron
Editor: Alistair Beli.
Unknown: Juanita Waterson
Designer: Graham Oakley
Producer: John McRae
Director: Peter Cregeen
Sir Nigel Olifaunt: Anthony Andrews
Margaret Ramsay: Nina Thomas
King James I: Alfred Lynch
Duke of Buckingham: Dallas Adams
Charles, Prince of Wales: Mark Rogers
Maxwell: Roger Hume
Lady Hermione: Denise Buckley
George Heriot: Simon Lack
Lord Dalgarno: Murray Head
Richard Moniplies: Frank Wylie
Martha Trapbois: Charmian May
Lord Huntinglen: David King
Jenkin Vincent: Karl Howman
Janet: Christine Ozanne
David Ramsay: John Garrie
Sir Mungo Malagrowther: Michael Barrington
Lutin: Martin Skinner
Nelly Christie: Heather Canning
Skurlie: David Monico
Lowestoffe: Nicholas Field
Colepepper: Robert Russell
Groom: Richard Graydon
John Christie: Arthur Cox

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The Fortunes of Nigel

BBC One London, 24 March 1974 17.10

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