1/4. Dramatisation of Elizabeth Gaskell 's novel following the fortunes of Margaret Hale , a privileged middle-class southerner who is forced to settle in the north.
First shown on BBC1 RICHARD ARMITAGE PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/richard-armitaqe
New. Behind the scenes of Radio 4's long-running poetry reguest show as it reaches its 30th anniversary, featuring contributions from Wendy Cope and Andrew Motion. Part of the BBC's Poetry Season.
Rptd on Thu at 8.30pm bbc.co.uk/poetry How to read poetry: page 25
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