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Children of the New Forest

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.
A new six-part adaptation of Captain Marryat's classic novel.
1645: England is in the grip of Civil
War, and a visit from the King brings great danger for Colonel Beverley's four children. Seetoday'schoices.
Adapted by Richard Cooper and Peter Tabem
♦ Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 49

Contributors

Adapted By: Richard Cooper
Adapted By: Peter Tabem
Edward Beverley: Tom Wisdom
Alice Beverley: Joanna Kirkland
Jacob Arm itage: Malcolm Storry
Rev Abel Corbould: Craig Kelly
Humphrey Beverley: Danny Worters
Edith Beverley: Emily Ruck-Keene
Oswald Partridge: Garry Cooper
William Hammond: Ralph Ineson
KingCharles: Michael Maloney
Colonel Beverley: Richard Heffer
Aunt Judith: Caroline Blakiston
Brother Robert: Wolf Christian
Brother John: John Blakey
LordTarleton: Richard Henders
LordBressingham: Tim Killick
Parson Ratcliffe ANDY: Rash Leigh
Clara Ratcliffe: Claire Slater
Anthony: Simon Cowell-Parker
Martha: Lucy Speed






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