The Cloths Of Heaven

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0120100315

A poem by WB Yeats holds the key to an unexpected love affair for a British diplomat.

Sue Eckstein's dramatisation of her own novel, set in West Africa.

A poem by WB Yeats holds the key to an unexpected love affair for a young British diplomat on his first overseas posting.

As Daniel Maddison wanders the street markets of a town in West Africa, he sees a woman he knew five years before when he was a student at Oxford.

But when he approaches her, she denies ever knowing him.

Daniel....Matthew Pidgeon

Rachel....Ruth Gemmell

Kamal....Raad Rawi

Alec....David Robb

Diana....Briony McRoberts

Ibraima....Damian Lynch

Patrick....Bruce Alexander

Isobel....Joanna Monro

Newpin....Nigel Hastings.

02* *20100316

Daniel tries again to approach Rachel, but she still refuses to acknowledge him.

Sue Eckstein's dramatisation of her own novel, set in West Africa.

After witnessing an argument between Rachel and a rich Lebanese businessman, Daniel tries again to approach her, but she still refuses to acknowledge him.

Daniel....Matthew Pidgeon

Rachel....Ruth Gemmell

Kamal....Raad Rawi

Alec....David Robb

Diana....Briony McRoberts

Ibraima....Damian Lynch

Patrick....Bruce Alexander

Isobel....Joanna Monro

Newpin....Nigel Hastings.

0320100317

Rachel takes a trek up country, where she encounters self-styled entrepreneur Bob Newpin.

Sue Eckstein's dramatisation of her own novel, set in West Africa.

Rachel sets off on a trek up country to a small village, where she has a fateful encounter with self-styled entrepreneur Bob Newpin.

Daniel....Matthew Pidgeon

Rachel....Ruth Gemmell

Kamal....Raad Rawi

Alec....David Robb

Diana....Briony McRoberts

Ibraima....Damian Lynch

Patrick....Bruce Alexander

Isobel....Joanna Monro

Newpin....Nigel Hastings.

0420100318

Daniel discovers the tragic reason for Rachel's uneasy relationship with Kamal.

Sue Eckstein's dramatisation of her own novel, set in West Africa.

Daniel finds Rachel's missing diary and discovers the tragic reason for her uneasy relationship with Kamal.

Daniel....Matthew Pidgeon

Rachel....Ruth Gemmell

Kamal....Raad Rawi

Alec....David Robb

Diana....Briony McRoberts

Ibraima....Damian Lynch

Patrick....Bruce Alexander

Isobel....Joanna Monro

Newpin....Nigel Hastings.

0520100325
05 LAST20100319

After a fleeting but cathartic affair Rachel returns to face her lover, Kamal.

Sue Eckstein's dramatisation of her own novel, set in West Africa.

Daniel....Matthew Pidgeon

Rachel....Ruth Gemmell

Kamal....Raad Rawi

Alec....David Robb

Diana....Briony McRoberts

Ibraima....Damian Lynch

Patrick....Bruce Alexander

Isobel....Joanna Monro

Newpin....Nigel Hastings.