Rebecca's Daughters

Justine Picardie explores the legacy of Daphne Du Maurier and her influence on contemporary writers. Contributors include novelists Sally Beauman, Sarah Dunant and Michele Roberts, critic Helen Taylor and bookseller Anne Willmore, who discovered a new Du Maurier story.

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Justine Picardie explores the legacy of Daphne Du Maurier and her influence on contemporary writers. Contributors include novelists Sally Beauman, Sarah Dunant and Michele Roberts, critic Helen Taylor and bookseller Anne Willmore, who discovered a new Du Maurier story.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700525]

by DYLAN THOMAS adapted for radio by CLIVE MERRISON

And they cried for you, all the poor of the land,

Who were tied to the tyrant's yoke,

When Rebecca's daughters came down on the gates,

And the Tollhouses went up in smoke

With WILLIAM INGRAM

DOROTHEA PHILIPS

OLWEN GRIFFITHS , CLIVE MERRISON NIGEL LAMBERT , LIONEL THOMSON TALFRYN THOMAS

Produced by GERRY JONES

9.58 Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Dylan Thomas

Unknown: Clive Merrison

Unknown: William Ingram

Unknown: Dorothea Philips

Unknown: Olwen Griffiths

Unknown: Nigel Lambert

Unknown: Lionel Thomson

Unknown: Talfryn Thomas

Antony Raine: Patrick Mower

Lord Sarn: Geoffrey Bayldon

Sir Henry Price-Parry: Windsor Davies

Sarah-Jane Jones: Christine Pollon

Rhiannon: Denise Buckley

Sir John Watkyn: Anthony Hall

Capt Marsden: David Valla

Mordecai Thomas: Derek Pollitt

RhOdri: Henry Stamper