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My Sister's House

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by DOROTHY GHARBAOUI 'I made such idiotic assumptions when we were young, about my sister Jessie taking on too many burdens with the children and the tasks around the farm, and I could only imagine happiness through escape from that dreary dark terrace in Belfast.' Alice Arnold , now a respected writer, is torn between her home in London and her sister's house in Northern Ireland, which has always been 'the home of her heart'...
Directed by KATHRYN PORTER BBC Northern Ireland. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Gharbaoui
Unknown: Alice Arnold
Directed By: Kathryn Porter
Alice: Linda Wray
Paul: Paul Copley
Aubrey: Basil Hoskins
Heinrich: Andrew Branch
Mrs Connolly: Catherine Gibson
Jessie: Trudy Kelly
Sir Leonard: Anthony Finigan
Fred: Maurice O'Callaghan
Housemaid: Brigid Erin Bates

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