Many Splendoured Thing, A

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SP20000729By Han Suyin, dramatised by Diana Griffiths.|In 1949, Han Suyin, a Eurasian doctor, is working in Hong Kong.|On mainland CHINA, the Communist Revolution is taking place and Hong Kong is overflowing with refugees.|Suyin falls deeply in love with Mark Elliot, an ENGLISH journalist.|This semi-autobiographical story reveals a people living on the edge of change and uncertainty.|With Sarah Lam and Nick Reding.
WH0119970623With Jenni Murray.|Serial: `A Many-Splendoured Thing', by Han Suyin, read in eight parts by Pik Sen-Lim.|Part 1.
WH0219970624Jenni Murray talks to Twiggy about her role in `Blithe Spirit' at Chichester.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing'.|(2/8).
WH0319970625Introduced by Jenni Murray.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing'.|(3/8).
WH0419970626Actress and `Liver Bird' Polly James tells Jenni Murray about her directorial debut.|Serial: `A Many-Splendoured Thing', by Han Suyin, read in eight parts by Pik Sen-Lim.|Part 4.
WH0519970627Introduced by Wendy Austin in Belfast.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing'.|(5/8).
WH0619970630Jenni Murray talks to Kathryn Hunter about playing King Lear.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing', by Han Suyin, read in eight parts by Pik Sen-Lim.|Part 6.
WH0719970701Jenni Murray talks to Northumbrian pipe player Kathryn Tickell.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing'.|(7/8).
WH08 LAST19970702Introduced by Jenni Murray.|Serial: `A Many Splendoured Thing'.|(8/8).