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DH Lawrence's The Rainbow


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Concluding the two-part version of Anne Devlin 's adaptation of Lawrence's classic novel, starring Imogen Stubbs
The Widening Circle. 1900-04: the new century sees Ursula at college, after an ordeal as a pupil-teacher. The Boer War ends, and she gets a letter from Anton. The final stage of her journey through family, education and sexual experience to self-awareness and independence has begun.
Director Stuart Burge 's credits include the BBC2 serialisation of Lawrence's Sons and Lovers.


Unknown: Anne Devlin
Unknown: Imogen Stubbs
Director: Stuart Burge
Ursula Brangwen: Imogen Stubbs
Winifred Inger: Kate Buffery
Old Tom Brangwen: Tom Bell
Anton Skrebensky: Martin Wenner
Uncle Tom: Jon Finch
Anna: Jane Gurnett
Will: Colin Tarrant
Gudrun: Clare Holman
Lydia Brangwen: Eileen Way
Clem Phillips: Aran Bell
Maggie Schofield: Amelda Brown
David Schofield: Brian Hickey
Dorothy: Sarah-Jane Holm

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DH Lawrence's The Rainbow

BBC One London, 12 July 1993 22.10

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