Someone, Somewhere [Drama]

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AP20011126'Pat Davis tells the story of the nine years between 22-year-old Jessie Earl's disappearance in 1980, and the discovery of her body in dense undergrowth on Beachy Head.'
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Pat Davis tells the story of the nine years between 22-year-old Jessie Earl's disappearance in 1980, and the discovery of her body in dense undergrowth on Beachy Head.

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DRAMA20180418The mysterious disappearance of Jessie Earl in 1980 and her parents' 9-year wait for news.

Radio 4 drama

In May 1980, 22 year-old Jessie Earl disappeared. Her flat was left as if she'd just popped out for a moment. She became a 'missing person' until 9 years later when her body was discovered hidden in dense undergrowth on Beachy Head. This is the story of those nine years of searching by her parents, Valerie and John; the nine years of waiting for Jessie to be found so her spirit could rest. By Pat Davis.

Original Music by David Chilton

Produced and directed by Toby Swift

Recorded in 2001, 'Someone, Somewhere' mixes Jessie's evocative diaries, interviews with John and Valerie Earl and poetic monologues based on Jessie's other writings to create a moving portrait of the experience of loss and survival. United by integrity and courage, John and Valerie show how they transcended the tragedy of losing their only daughter, of learning to cope with the loss of all the possibilities that the future would have held for her. The production won the Sony Silver Award for 'Best Feature'.'

Drama from BBC Radio 4

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'The mysterious disappearance of Jessie Earl in 1980 and her parents' 9-year wait for news.

Recorded in 2001, 'Someone, Somewhere' mixes Jessie's evocative diaries, interviews with John and Valerie Earl and poetic monologues based on Jessie's other writings to create a moving portrait of the experience of loss and survival. United by integrity and courage, John and Valerie show how they transcended the tragedy of losing their only daughter, of learning to cope with the loss of all the possibilitieOne Who Wrote Destiny, The [BAB]'

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