Popular poet Caroline Norton scandalised
Victorian society through an alleged extra-marital affair. Her fight to regain her reputation and her children brought about great changes in the law. Written and narrated by Alan Chedzoy.
Producer Kate Whitehead. Stereo
Fanny Kemble/Fanny Allen:
Lord Melbourne/Usher/ Foreman:
Sir William FolleW Lord Lyndhurst:
Sir John Campbell/Disraeli:
Duchess of Sutherland/ Georgia Veitch:
Trinette Elliot/Lady Eastlake:
Mrs Codling's cottage is to be demolished.
Lady Bramidge attempts to comfort her.
Written by Perry Pontac.
Director Richard Wortley. Stereo
Mrs Codling/Mrs Phelps:
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