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The White Peacock: 3: Strange Blossoms and Strange New Budding

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by D.H. Lawrence, dramatised in six parts by Roy Spencer

December 1900: Lettie has promised to be engaged to Leslie at Christmas when she is 21. But while Leslie is away on business, she spends more and more time at Strelley Mill with George.
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Author: D. H. Lawrence
Dramatised by: Roy Spencer
Pianist: Marlene Fleet
Director: Vanessa Whitburn
Lettie Beardsall: Kathryn Hurlbutt
George Saxton: Ben Roberts
Cyril Beardsall: Brian Smith
Lawrence: Roy Spencer
Leslie Tempest: Alister Cameron
Emily Saxton: Jane Galloway
Mrs Beardsall: Patricia Gallimore
Mr Saxton: Roger Hume
Mrs Saxton: Gwen Cherrell
Alice Gall: Gilian Goodman
Annable/Tom Smith: Terry Molloy
Mrs Annable: Carole Boyd
Rebecca: Rosalie Williams
Meg/Madie Howitt: Heather Bell
Great Aunt Saxton: Margot Boyd
Marie Tempest: Hedli Niklaus
Mollie: Tammi Jacobs
Will Bancroft/Bill: Robin Summers
Sam: Paul McLean

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The White Peacock: 3: Strange Blossoms and Strange New Budding

BBC Radio 4 FM, 29 November 1985 15.00






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