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Third Ear in Edinburgh

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From the Edinburgh Film Festival Christopher Cook talks to Peter Greenaway about his new film Drowning by Numbers. A contemporary comedy, it stars Joan Plowright , Juliet Stevenson and Joely Richardson , as three generations of the same woman, who drown their husbands. Producer RACHEL YORKE

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Greenaway
Unknown: Joan Plowright
Unknown: Juliet Stevenson
Unknown: Joely Richardson
Producer: Rachel Yorke

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Third Ear in Edinburgh

BBC Radio 3, 29 August 1988 11.50






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