Story Time - Woodstock

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700409]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts by PENELOPE SHAW

A story of the escape of Charles Stuart from the England of Oliver Cromwell 1: The Loyal Cavalier with John Rowe as the Narrator Other parts JILL MEERS

GEORGE WOOLLEY , JOHN RANSOME Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Penelope Shaw

Unknown: Charles Stuart

Unknown: Oliver Cromwell

Unknown: John Rowe

Unknown: Jill Meers

Unknown: George Woolley

Unknown: John Ransome

Produced By: Anthony Cornish

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700423]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts bv PENELOPE SHAW

At Woodstock Manor the Commissioners are being persecuted by what they believe to be spirits. Cromwell has given Sir Henry permission to return to the house, hoping to trap Charles Stuart there.

3: The Young Commonwealth Colonelwith andMarkham Everard

Other parts GEORGE WOOLLEY JOHN RANSOME , BRIAN HEWLETT

Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Charles Stuart

Unknown: Markham Everard

Unknown: George Woolley

Unknown: John Ransome

Produced By: Anthony Cornish

the Narrator: John Rowe

Alice: Jill Meers

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700430]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts by PENELOPE SHAW

Markham Everard has found that his beloved Alice is not connected with the Royalist plot. Alice has met a strange gypsy woman by the well.

4: Page to the Young Squire of Ditchley

John Rowe as the Narrator and Markham Everard Brian Hewlett as Louis Kerneguy

Other parts GEORGE WOOLLEY JILL MEERS , JOHN RANSOME

Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Penelope Shaw

Unknown: Markham Everard

Unknown: John Rowe

Unknown: Louis Kerneguy

Unknown: George Woolley

Unknown: Jill Meers

Unknown: John Ransome

Produced By: Anthony Cornish

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700507]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts by PENELOPE SHAW

Louis Kerneguy has revealed himself as Charles Stuart , but he is urged to keep up the pretence while at Woodstock. 5: Daughter of the House of Lee John Rowe as the Narrator and Markham Everard Brian Hewlett as Charles Stuart Jill Meers as Alice George Woolley as Sir Henry John Ransome as Wildrake

Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Penelope Shaw

Unknown: Louis Kerneguy

Unknown: Charles Stuart

Unknown: Lee John Rowe

Unknown: Markham Everard

Unknown: Brian Hewlett

Unknown: Jill Meers

Unknown: Alice George Woolley

Unknown: Sir Henry John Ransome

Produced By: Anthony Cornish

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700514]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts by PENELOPE SHAW

Markham Everard has heard of the attentions the mysterious page is paying to his beloved Alice. When challenged, Charles Stuart agrees to a duel.

6: The Woodstock's 'FeatherJohn Rowe as the Narrator and Markham Everard Brian Hewlett as Charles Stuart and Oliver Cromwell

John Ransome as Wildrake Jill Meers as Alice

Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Penelope Shaw

Unknown: Markham Everard

Unknown: Charles Stuart

Unknown: John Rowe

Unknown: Brian Hewlett

Unknown: Oliver Cromwell

Unknown: John Ransome

Unknown: Wildrake Jill Meers

Produced By: Anthony Cornish

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700521]

by SIR WALTER SCOTT adapted as a serial in seven parts by PENELOPE SHAW

Tomkins has discovered the whereabouts of Charles Stuart and before death has sent word to Oliver Cromwell. Charles is warned and prepares his escape. 7: God Bless King Charles with John Rowe as the Narrator and Markham Everard Brian Hewlett as Charles Stuart and Oliver Cromwell

George Woolley as Sir Henry Jill Meers as Alice John Ransome as Wildrake

Produced by ANTHONY CORNISH

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Penelope Shaw

Unknown: Charles Stuart

Unknown: Oliver Cromwell.

Unknown: John Rowe

Unknown: Markham Everard

Unknown: Brian Hewlett

Unknown: George Woolley

Unknown: Sir Henry Jill Meers

Unknown: Alice John Ransome

Produced By: Anthony Cornish