|Programme Catalogue - Details: 24 September 1990||19900924|
Producer: R. WORTLEY
Next in series: 01/10
Olivier, a young mentally retarded Creole, is mistakenly drafted into the French Army. He escapes to Berlin pursued by his faithful brother Willie. Written by David Zane MAIROWITZ and produced by Richard WORTLEY.
drama programmes (genre)
24 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)
03 Feb 1991 14:30-16:00 (RADIO 4)
Mark Monero (Actor)
James Greene (Actor)
David King (Actor)
Danny Schiller (Actor)
Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)
William Hope (Actor)
Nigel Carrington (Actor)
Simon Treves (Actor)
Stephen Garlick (Actor)
Vincent Brimble (Actor)
Jenny Howe (Actor)
Sue Broomfield (Actor)
Tony Armatrading (Actor)
James Aubrey (Actor)
Carmen Munroe (Actor)
Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)
Stefan Kalipha (Actor)
David Mairowitz (Author)
Richard Wortley (Producer)
Recorded on 1990-07-11
BBC Programme Number: 90DA6760
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Olivier, a young mentally retarded Creole, is mistakenly drafted into the French Army.
He escapes to Berlin pursued by his faithful brother Willie.
Written by David Zane MAIROWITZ and produced by Richard WORTLEY.
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|01||Leaving Aunt May||20040524|
By Emma Smith
First published in 1949, this prize-winning first novel tells the story of the thirteen-year-old Teresa Digby who is whisked off to a barely known sister in India by her excitable, elderly father.
Read by Claudie BlakleyTeresa's uncomplicated life with her Aunt May is shattered when her father discovers that his second wife is returning from America to renew her acquaintance with her estranged daughter.
|02||The Boat To Bombay||20040525|
Teresa discovers an unexpected affinity with the sea, as the coast of England retreats and the boat makes way towards the Mediterranean and then Africa.
|03||From The Suez To Bombay||20040526|
Teresa avoids unwanted alliances and makes an unexpected friend on her voyage to Bombay.
|04||Arriving In India||20040527|
Teresa discovers that for her, the thrill of travel is far preferable to the confusion of arrival on a strange continent.
|05||The Train To Calcutta||20040528|
Teresa and her father face a two-day journey in a stifling compartment as they travel through India.
But what for her father is a test of endurance, for Teresa is a feast of new experiences.
|06||Arriving In Assam||20040531|
Teresa and her father arrive in Assam where they are greeted by Teresa's brother in law, and finally meet her sister, Ruth.
Read by Claudie Blakley
|07||Life On A Tea-garden||20040601|
Teresa absorbs the sights and sounds of her new life at her sister's bungalow in Assam.
|08||Picnic In The Naga Hills||20040602|
Teresa is taken on a picnic and suddenly finds herself popular.
|09||Up In The Naga Hills||20040603|
Teresa fleetingly finds her utopia before returning to the bungalow and some unwelcome news.
|10 LAST||An End And A Beginning||20040604|
Ruth and Edwin quarrel over Teresa's future, and their own.