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The Wyvern Mystery

Synopsis

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Concluding the dramatisation of JS Le Fanu's 19th-century horror novel, starring Naomi Watts , Derek Jacobi and lain Glen. Alice gives birth to a son, but Charles is sick, so the baby has to be taken away. See Choice.
Dramatised by David Pirie ; Producer Ruth Baumgarten ; Director Alex Pillai
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Contributors

Unknown: Naomi Watts
Unknown: Derek Jacobi
Unknown: Glen. Alice
Dramatised By: David Pirie
Producer: Ruth Baumgarten
Director: Alex Pillai
Alice: Naomi Watts
Squire Fairfield: Derek Jacobi
Charles: Lain Glen
Harry: Jack Davenport
Vrau: Aisling O'Sullivan
Dulcie: Elaine Collins
Mrs Tarnley: Ellie Haddington
Alice's father: Marston Bloom
Jim: Tim Preece
Mrs Carew: Anita Carey
Lily Ursula: Holden Gill
Tom: Mark Hadfield
Claire Shaw: Rachel Sanders
Hincks: Julian Curry
Mr Archdale: Andrew Hilton
Mrs Archdale: Meryl Hampton
Keeper: Colum Convey
Dr Parker: David Acton
Dr Willett: Jonathan Aris
Mrs Harding: Joanne Howarth






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