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The Afternoon Play: Queen Lucia: 2: Some Arrivals and a Precipitant Departure

A five-part comedy series based on the novel by E.F. Benson dramatised and narrated by Aubrey Woods
Disaster strikes in Riseholme and has to be hushed up to spare a multitude of blushes.
(Stereo)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Afternoon Play

Lucia in London
A five-part comedy series based on the novel by E. F. BENSON. dramatised and narrated by Aubrey Woods 1:Peppino's 's Legacy
Last October Radio 4 broadcast a comedy series based on the first ofE. F. Benson's Lucia novels, Queen Lucia. Now the irrepressible Lucia is back in a dramatisation of the second novel. This time, not content with being the social queen of the little village of Riseholme, she seeks equal eminence in London society, with some surprising results.
Pianist JOHN OWEN EDWARDS
Directed by JOHN CARDY. Stereo
* HEAR THIS! page 15
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Afternoon Play

Queen Lucia
The last of five parts; based on the novel by E. F. BENSON ; dramatised and narrated by Aubrey Woods
5: Lucia Resurgent with Barbara Jefford as Lucia
Christmas brings goodwill to Riseholme, but then Olga departs, Georgie mourns,
Daisy emulates the beanstalk, and Lucia, of course, just goes on being Lucia.
Pianist JOHN OWEN EDWARDS Directed by JOHN CARDY. Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Afternoon Play

Queen Lucia
A five-part comedy series based on the novel by E. F. BENSON ; dramatised and narrated by Aubrey Woods 3: A Fresh Rebellion
Not for the first time, Lucia, the uncrowned Queen of Riseholme, faces rebellion. For the very first time, Georgie Pillson falls in love.
Pianist JOHN OWEN EDWARDS Directed by JOHN CARDY. Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Afternoon Play

Queen Lucia
A five-part comedy series based on the novel by E. F. BENSON dramatised and narrated by AUBREY WOODS 1: The Guru
It is the summer of 1920. Lucia (Mrs Philip Lucas ) returns to her beloved Riseholme after the exhausting social round in London. But all, it seems, is not well. In her absence an upstart has assumed control of the cultural life of the village. The light of battle enters Lucia's eye.
Pianist JOHN OWEN EDWARDS Directed by JOHN CARDY Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Afternoon Play

Queen Lucia
A five-part comedy series based on the novel by E. F. BENSON ; dramatised and narrated by Aubrey Woods 4: Purgatory and a Princess
Pianist JOHN OWEN EDWARDS
Directed by JOHN CARDY. Stereo






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