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The Monday Play

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The Ambassadors by HENRY JAMES adapted for radio in two parts by D. G. BRIDSON Part 2 with
Lewis Lambert Strether. sent to Paris by Mrs New some to fetch her son Chad back to Massachusetts. has wavered in his delicate mission.
Strether is learning to be young again and to open up to experience. But the imperious Mrs Newsome is determined that her son must be freed from the woman who has entrapped him and must return home as soon as possible.
Shesendsoutanew 'ambassador': Chad's sister, Sarah Pocock , accompanied by her husband.
' Let aU the Pococks arrive and do their worst! ' Chad Newsome assures the innocent Strether. and Strether is only too aware that they will.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: Lewis Lambert Strether.
Unknown: Mrs New
Unknown: Mrs Newsome
Unknown: Sarah Pocock
Unknown: Chad Newsome
Directed By: David Spenser
Lewis Lambert Strether: Robert Beatty
Maria Gostrey: Prunella Scales
Marie de Vionnet: Sarah Badel
Christopher Good: Chand Newsome
Waymarsh: Robert Henderson
Sarah Pocock: Jane Knowles
Jim Pocock: Christopher Muncke
Mamie Pocock: Janene Possell
John Bilham: Blain Fairman
Jane Barrace: Carole Boyd
Hostess: Hilda Xriseman
Waiter: Jonathan Scott






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