Genome: [r4 Bd=19821102]by EMILE ZOLA (3)
Genome: [r4 Bd=19821107]by EMILE ZOLA , translated by LEONARD TANCOCK dramatised in five parts by DAVID HOPKINS

4: Etienne has persuaded the miners to strike. Now. with their anger aroused. the miners want to go further and march on all the other pits to force them to close. The miners' anger, like an unleashed animal, seems to Etienne to be uncontrollable.


Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester

(Repeated: Tues 3.2 pm)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19821107] Unknown: Emile Zola

Unknown: David Hopkins

Narrator: Pat Connell

Directed By: Kay Patrick

ttienne: Peter Pacey

Maheu: David Calder

Bonnemort: Harry Beety

Catherine: Beverly Poster

Jeanlin: Paul Oldham

Maheude: Ann Rye

Gre'goire: Geofprey Banks

Cecile: Linda Gardner

Negrel: Gordon Dulieu

Souvarine: Christopher Ravenscrott

Chaval: Brian Sootbwood

Ma Brule: Paula Tilbrook

Malgrat: Kenneth Alan Taylor

Mme Hennebeau: Madi Hedd

Hennebeau: Hugh Dickson

Deneulln: Simon Molloy

Sentry: Graham Fellows

Genome: [r4 Bd=19821109]by EMILE ZOLA (4)
Genome: [r4 Bd=19821109] Unknown: Emile Zola
Genome: [r4 Bd=19821114]byEM1LEZOLA(5)

(Details: Tues 3.2 pm)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19821116]by ÉMILE ZOLA, translated by LEONARD TANCOCK

The last of five parts dramatised by DAVID HOPKINS

Tragedy has cut deeply into the miners' community of Le Voreux. Souvarine, however, has a plan to bring the mine owners to their knees. Narrator PAT CONNELL

Directed by KAY PATRICK BBC Manchester

(Recordings made at the Mining Museum,

Chatterley Whitfield. and the slate mines at

Ltechwedd and Glodd/a Ganol)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19821116] Translated By: Leonard Tancock

Dramatised By: David Hopkins

Directed By: Kay Patrick

Unknown: Chatterley Whitfield.

È?tienne: Peter Pacey

Bonnemort: Harry Beety

Catherine: Beverly Foster

Maheude: Ann Rye

GrtgOire: Geoffrey Banks

Céclle: Linda Gardner

Négrel: Gordon Dulieu

Souvarine: Christopher Ravenscroft

Chaval: Brian Southwood

Levaque: James Tomlinson

Zacharie: Colin Meredith

Mme Grggoire: Lorraine Peters

Hennebeau: Hugh Dickson

Deneulin: Simon Molloy

Richomme: Martin Oldfield