A Devonshire Comedy in Three Acts
By EDEN PHILLPOTTS
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by CYRIL WOOD , with a Devonshire cast
Samuel Sweetland (master of Applegarth Farm)
Richard Coaker (his nephew) The Rev. Septimus Tudor Doctor Rundle Churdles Ash
Araminta Dench Thirza Tapper
Sibley Sweetland (Samuel Sweet land's daughter)
Louisa Windeatt Mary Hearn
Sarah Smerdon Susan Maine
Acts I and III take place at Applegarth
Act II at the Villa Residence of Miss
Cast includes :
P. J. BABB , PAULINE BEARE , E. BEER , FRED CAVENDISH , PAT CHIVALL , NELL COMPTON, SYBIL DAVIES , WILLIAM FROST, GWEN GOODANEW , H. GREENE , HARRY GROSE , ANNE HARDING , E. HARDING , HILDA HAYES , AMY JONES , DOROTHY LARK, ADAH MALONE , ELSIE
ORF, JAN STEWER
An article, ly Ivor Brown , on Eden Phillpotts and ' The Farmer's Wife' appears on page 370.
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