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01The Wrong Label20110503 (BBC7)
20141119 (BBC7)
20141120 (BBC7)

Alice knows that to stop your children being evacuated is tantamount to siding with Hitler

by Katie Hims. London, 1941, and Alice knows that to stop your children from being evacuated is to tantamount to siding with Hitler.

Cast

Narrator - Rosie Cavaliero

Alice - Alex Tregear

Queenie - Katie Angelou

Ray - Daniel Cooper

Jim - Daniel Rabin

Mr Nightingale - Stuart McLoughlin

Miss Pearl - Bethan Walker

Miss Stanwyck - Sally Orrock

Mr Jones - Sean Baker

Mrs Jones - Joanna Monro

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

The Wrong Label is part one of a trilogy of plays by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy won the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama, where Rosie Cavaliero also picked up the Best Actress award.

02The Year My Mother Went Missing20110510 (BBC7)
20141120 (BBC7)
20141121 (BBC7)

It's not the first time Ruthie's mother has gone missing, but usually she leaves a note.

It's 1979, and it's not the first time that Ruthie's mother Queenie has gone missing, but usually she leaves a note. The second in Katie Hims' trilogy of plays.

Cast

Narrator - Rosie Cavaliero

Ruthie - Shannon Flynn

Vincent - Ceallach Spellman

Marcus - Elliot Griffiths

Dad - Ralph Ineson

Ray - Daniel Rabin

Alice - Jane Whittenshaw

Queenie - Sally Orrock

PC O'Hara - Stuart McLoughlin

DI Driscoll - Sean Baker

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

The Year My Mother Went Missing is the second in a trilogy of plays by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy won the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama, where Rosie Cavaliero also picked up the Best Actress award.

03 LASTA Telegram From The Queen20110517 (BBC7)
20141121 (BBC7)
20141122 (BBC7)

For Alice's 100th birthday present, Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again.

For Alice's 100th birthday present, her granddaughter Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again. The final play in Katie Hims' trilogy of heartbreak and redemption.

Cast

Ruthie - Rosie Cavaliero

Alice - Edna Doré

Ted - Gary Beadle

Vincent - Daniel Rabin

Marcus - Stuart McLoughlin

Ray - Sean Baker

Queenie - Jane Whittenshaw

Roseanna - Alex Tregear

Ella May - Joanna Monro

Receptionist - Sally Orrock

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

Edna Doré stars in A Telegram from the Queen, the final play in this trilogy by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy won the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama, where Rosie Cavaliero also picked up the Best Actress award.

01The Wrong Label2011050320120130

by Katie Hims.

London, 1941, and Alice knows that to stop your children from being evacuated is tantamount to siding with Hitler.

Cast

Narrator - Rosie Cavaliero

Alice - Alex Tregear

Queenie - Katie Angelou

Ray - Daniel Cooper

Jim - Daniel Rabin

Mr Nightingale - Stuart McLoughlin

Miss Pearl - Bethan Walker

Miss Stanwyck - Sally Orrock

Mr Jones - Sean Baker

Mrs Jones - Joanna Monro

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

The Wrong Label is part one of Katie Hims' bittersweet trilogy set in 1941 (The Wrong Label), 1979 (The Year My Mother Went Missing) and 2011 (A Telegram from the Queen) - a history of relatives lost and found.

London 1941, when it was unpatriotic to stop children from being evacuated.

by Katie Hims. London, 1941, and Alice knows that to stop your children from being evacuated is to tantamount to siding with Hitler.

The Wrong Label is part one of a trilogy of plays by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy has been shortlisted for the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama.

By Katie Hims. London 1941, when it was unpatriotic to stop children from being evacuated.

02The Year My Mother Went Missing2011051020120131

It's 1979, and it's not the first time that Ruthie's mother Queenie has gone missing, but usually she leaves a note. The second in Katie Hims' trilogy of plays.

Cast

Narrator....Rosie Cavaliero

Ruthie....Shannon Flynn

Vincent....Ceallach Spellman

Marcus....Elliot Griffiths

Dad....Ralph Ineson

Ray....Daniel Rabin

Alice....Jane Whittenshaw

Queenie....Sally Orrock

PC O'Hara....Stuart McLoughlin

DI Driscoll....Sean Baker

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

The Year My Mother Went Missing is the second in a trilogy of plays by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy has been shortlisted for the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama.

By Katie Hims. It's 1979, and not the first time that Queenie has left her children.

It's 1979, and it's not the first time that Ruthie's mother Queenie has gone missing, but usually she leaves a note.

The second in Katie Hims' trilogy of plays.

The Year My Mother Went Missing is the second in Katie Hims' bittersweet trilogy set in 1941 (The Wrong Label), 1979 (The Year My Mother Went Missing) and 2011 (A Telegram from the Queen) - a history of relatives lost and found.

The first - The Wrong Label - was broadcast on 3rd May and is still available on iPlayer.

By Katie Hims.

It's 1979, and not the first time that Queenie has left her children.

03 LASTA Telegram From The Queen2011051720120201

It's 2011, and, as Alice's 100th birthday present, Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again.

The final play in Katie Hims' trilogy of heartbreak and redemption.

Cast

Ruthie - Rosie Cavaliero

Alice - Edna Doré

Ted - Gary Beadle

Vincent - Daniel Rabin

Marcus - Stuart McLoughlin

Ray - Sean Baker

Queenie - Jane Whittenshaw

Roseanna - Alex Tregear

Ella May - Joanna Monro

Receptionist - Sally Orrock

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

Edna Doré stars in A Telegram from the Queen, the final play in Katie Hims' bittersweet trilogy set in 1941 (The Wrong Label), 1979 (The Year My Mother Went Missing) and 2011 (A Telegram from the Queen) - a history of relatives lost and found.

The Wrong Label - broadcast on 3 May - and The Year My Mother Went Missing - broadcast on 10 May - are still available on iPlayer.

By Katie Hims.

For Alice's 100th, Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again.

For Alice's 100th birthday present, her granddaughter Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again. The final play in Katie Hims' trilogy of heartbreak and redemption.

Edna Doré stars in A Telegram from the Queen, the final play in this trilogy by acclaimed radio dramatist Katie Hims charting one family's tragi-comic history of heartbreak and redemption. The trilogy has been shortlisted for the 2011 BBC Audio Drama Award for Best Drama.

By Katie Hims. For Alice's 100th, Ruthie sets out to put her family back together again.