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Lou Wakefield & Carole Hayman - Ladies Of Letters Make Mincemeat flac album
Title:
Ladies Of Letters Make Mincemeat
Performer:
Lou Wakefield
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Radioplay
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1111 mb
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Written by Carole Hayman and Lou Wakefield. Format: MP3. Christmas Special. Ladies of Letters is a BBC Radio 4 comedy series starring Patricia Routledge and Prunella Scales, based on the series of books of the same name written by Carole Hayman and Lou Wakefield.

Complete your Lou Wakefield record collection. Discover Lou Wakefield's full discography. Lou Wakefield & Carole Hayman - Ladies Of Letters Make Mincemeat ‎(CD). Lou Wakefield & Carole Hayman. Lou Wakefield & Carole Hayman - Ladies Of Letters.

The series are: Ladies of Letters and More More Letters Letters. Beautifully scripted and perfectly acted. An hilarious double act by Prunella Scales and Patricia Routledge.

First broadcast on Woman’s Hour, Prunella Scales and Patricia Routledge star in this popular BBC Radio 4 comedy "Ladies of Letters". This collection features all 11 series. The series are: Ladies of Letters and More, More Letters, Letters. Carole Hayman has written several novels, and also writes for TV, radio and film - including the hit drama series Rides for BBC1 and the comedy series The Refuge for Channel 4. She has published many short stories and literary articles, including features for The Independent, The Guardian, The Express, The Sunday Times, Daily Mail and a regular column, 'My Lofty Life', for.

Carole Hayman’s most popular book is A Judgement in Stone. Lou Wakefield, Carole Hayman. Sue Townsend (Foreword). Ladies of Letters Make Mincemeat by. Prunella Scales (Narrator). Patricia Routledge (Narrator).

Lou Wakefield is a writer, director and actor, starring in the BBC's Inside Out and YTV's The Refuge and appearing in countless theatre plays. Her directing career began in theatre with productions at the Royal Court and Liverpool's Everyman. She has since directed many hours of television drama including Desmond's, Coronation Street and Brookside. She wrote ITV's Firm Friends, starring Billie Whitelaw and Madhur Jaffrey, which won a Royal Society of Television Award, and wrote and directed Never Say Die for Channel 4, starring Irene Handl.

Born and brought up in Leicester, Lou Wakefield is a writer, director and actor. Highlights of her eclectic career include being in the original cast of TOP GIRLS at the Royal Court and the Public Theatre in New York; playing Janet in the ROCKY HORROR SHOW at the King's Road Theatre in 1975, and Jackie Woodstock in THE ARCHERS. TV appearances include INSIDE OUT, MORSE, THE BILL and CASUALTY. Amongst her many television productions, she has directed CORONATION STREETand BROOKSIDE

The complete BBC Radio collection. by Lou Wakefield, Carole Hayman. Feisty, naughty and endlessly funny, Ladies of Letters provides a hilarious insight into suburban friendships and modern family life as they really are! The series are: Ladies of Letters and More, More Letters, Letters. An hilarious double act by Prunella Scales and Patricia Routledge' - Northern Echo 'Beautifully scripted and perfectly acted' - Daily Express.

Ladies of Letters is a BBC Radio 4 comedy series starring Patricia Routledge and Prunella Scales, based on the series of books of the same name written by Carole Hayman and Lou Wakefield. The success of the first series of Ladies of Letters (broadcast in 1997) spawned adaptations of several sequels: Ladies of More Letters (1999); Ladies of Letters.

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Credits

  • Producer – Claire Grove
  • Voice Actor [Howard] – Christopher Kelham
  • Voice Actor [Irene Spencer] – Prunella Scales
  • Voice Actor [Karen] – Mia Soteriou
  • Voice Actor [Sabrina] – Candice Davies
  • Voice Actor [Vera Small] – Patricia Routledge

Notes

BBC Radio Collection, first broadcast on Radio 4's Woman's Hour in five episodes 24 to 28 Dec 2001. 2 hours.