Brave New World Of Allaetitia, The

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WH0120051128(Scenes from a 1960s Suburban Childhood)|By Charlotte Cory.|A comic, exuberant journey into a child's imagination, narrated by Patricia Hodge, as the adult Allaetitia.|It's tough being a Victorian heroine in 1960s Luton.|Cursed with a name no one can pronounce, she cannot spell and everyone likes to make fun of, 10 year old Allaetitia escapes the dreary confines of her life by telling stories.|The stories take on a life of their own - fiction and reality blend, with hilarious results.|1/5.|The Big Bang|Allaetitia and family are upwardly mobile, upgrading in 1960s Luton.|Moving Day coincides with Bonfire Night, so fireworks, metaphorical and actual, are inevitable.|Narrator....Patricia Hodge|Allaetitia....Ellie Sager|Noreen....Janice McKenzie|Malcolm....David Fleeshman|Hortense....Rosie Fleeshman|Percival....Ashley Margolis|Radio announcer....Geoffrey Wheeler|Bored Librarian/Posh neighbour....Christine Brennan|Fred/Mr Toogood....Alexander Delamere|Arnie....Terence Mann|Directed by Polly Thomas.
WH0220051129(Scenes from a 1960s Suburban Childhood)|By Charlotte Cory.|A comic, exuberant journey into a child's imagination, narrated by Patricia Hodge, as the adult Allaetitia.|It's tough being a Victorian heroine in 1960s Luton.|Cursed with a name no one can pronounce, she cannot spell and everyone likes to make fun of, 10 year old Allaetitia escapes the dreary confines of her life by telling stories.|The stories take on a life of their own - fiction and reality blend, with hilarious results.|2/5.|The Supersonic Butterware Party|Allaetitia is fascinated by news of Concorde, an aeroplane that will fly faster than the speed of sound and whose costs are spiralling out of control - just like her family's budget.|Narrator....Patricia Hodge|Allaetitia....Ellie Sager|Noreen....Janice McKenzie|Malcolm....David Fleeshman|Hortense....Rosie Fleeshman|Percival....Ashley Margolis|Radio announcer....Geoffrey Wheeler|Librarian/Ida....Christine Brennan|Milkman....Alexander Delamere|Mrs Peaslea....Julia Rounthwaite|Mrs Togood....Charlotte Cory|Director Polly Thomas.
WH0320051130(Scenes from a 1960s Suburban Childhood)|By Charlotte Cory.|A comic, exuberant journey into a child's imagination, narrated by Patricia Hodge, as the adult Allaetitia.|It's tough being a Victorian heroine in 1960s Luton.|Cursed with a name no one can pronounce, she cannot spell and everyone likes to make fun of, 10 year old Allaetitia escapes the dreary confines of her life by telling stories.|The stories take on a life of their own - fiction and reality blend, with hilarious results.|3/5.|The New Self-Service|Mice invade the new supermarket and Allaetitia saves the day.|Narrator....Patricia Hodge|Allaetitia....Ellie Sager|Noreen....Janice McKenzie|Malcolm/Mr Wise....David Fleeshman|Hortense....Rosie Fleeshman|Percival....Ashley Margolis|Radio announcer....Geoffrey Wheeler|Ida....Christine Brennan|Supermarket manager....Alexander Delamere|Mrs Peaslea....Julia Rounthwaite|Mrs Togood....Charlotte Cory|Director Polly Thomas.
WH0420051201(Scenes from a 1960s Suburban Childhood)|By Charlotte Cory.|A comic, exuberant journey into a child's imagination, narrated by Patricia Hodge, as the adult Allaetitia.|It's tough being a Victorian heroine in 1960s Luton.|Cursed with a name no one can pronounce, she cannot spell and everyone likes to make fun of, 10 year old Allaetitia escapes the dreary confines of her life by telling stories.|The stories take on a life of their own - fiction and reality blend, with hilarious results.|4/5.|Revolution on Sunnyside Broadway|Allaetitia is enrolled in Madame B's dancing classes.|She hates every minute of it and plots an escape.|Narrator....Patricia Hodge|Allaetitia....Ellie Sager|Noreen....Janice McKenzie|Malcolm....David Fleeshman|Hortense....Rosie Fleeshman|Percival/Gerald....Ashley Margolis|Radio announcer....Geoffrey Wheeler|Madame B/Jean....Christine Brennan|Mrs Togood....Charlotte Cory|Director Polly Thomas.
WH0520051202(Scenes from a 1960s Suburban Childhood)|By Charlotte Cory.|A comic, exuberant journey into a child's imagination, narrated by Patricia Hodge, as the adult Allaetitia.|It's tough being a Victorian heroine in 1960s Luton.|Cursed with a name no one can pronounce, she cannot spell and everyone likes to make fun of, 10 year old Allaetitia escapes the dreary confines of her life by telling stories.|The stories take on a life of their own - fiction and reality blend, with hilarious results.|5/5.|The Horror Movie|When the Sunnyside Civic Society has to cancel its long awaited lecture on The Joys of Concrete, Allaetitia suggests her very own home movie as a stand in - with unexpected results.|Narrator....Patricia Hodge|Allaetitia....Ellie Sager|Noreen....Janice McKenzie|Malcolm....David Fleeshman|Hortense....Rosie Fleeshman|Percival/Gerald....Ashley Margolis|Radio announcer....Geoffrey Wheeler|Ida/Librarian....Christine Brennan|Mrs Togood....Charlotte Cory|Mrs Peaslea....Julia Rounthwaite|Mr Belhasset....Alexander Delamere|Director Polly Thomas.