Our Village

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200C01September, 1824. A Tour Of My Village And Some Delightful Rural Scenes.20000710

By Mary Russell Mitford, dramatised in five parts by Penny Leicester.

Vivid sketches of life in rural Berkshire, featuring humorous and affectionate observations.

1: `September, 1824.

A tour of my village and some delightful rural scenes.' With Sylvestra Le Touzel and Alison Pettitt.

Director: Hazel Castell.

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With Martha Kearney and guests.

Drama: `Our Village' by Mary Russell Mitford (1/5).

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With Martha Kearney and guests.

Drama: `Our Village' by Mary Russell Mitford (2/5).

/ By Mary Russell Mitford, dramatised in five parts by Penny Leicester.

2: An evocative portrait of a rural romance in 19th-century Berkshire.

With Sylvestra Le Touzel and Alison Pettitt.

WH03The Sketches Of The Old And The Young Gypsies20000712

With Jenni Murray and guests.

Drama: `Our Village' by Mary Russell Mitford (3/5).

/ By Mary Russell Mitford, dramatised in five parts by Penny Leicester.

3: `The sketches of the old and the young Gypsies'.

Travelling visitors get a mixed reception.

With Sylvestra Le Touzel and Alison Pettitt.

Director: Hazel Castell.

WH04A Sketch Of The Rural Festivities At Whitley Wood.20000713

With Jenni Murray and guests.

Drama: `Our Village' by Mary Russell Mitford (4/5).

/ By Mary Russell Mitford, dramatised in five parts by Penny Leicester.

4: `A sketch of the rural festivities at Whitley Wood.' A time to play and, for some, a time to find romance.

With Sylvestra Le Touzel and Alison Pettitt.

WH05Every Country Village Has Its Doctor.20000714

With Jenni Murray and guests.

Drama: `Our Village' by Mary Russell Mitford (5/5).

/ By Mary Russell Mitford, dramatised in five parts by Penny Leicester.

5: `Every country village has its doctor.' The author's beloved greyhound is treated by the local quack.