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to *Be A Property With A * a property with a Read by Nicholas Farrell 45 Ross andbe a property with a recent history Read by Nicholas Farrell 45 Ross and An extract rom the The Last of the Tribe first of the historical novels set in Cornwall Ross Poldark Ross takes his new wife and sometime serving girl and ward out to see the pilchard harvest Read by Ewan Bailey I loved that this extract is included it took me straight back to the book Episode 55 Meeting Demelza Shortly before his death in 2003 Winston Graham wrote a storyor the Cornish magazine Scryfa He recounts an imaginary meeting with his best loved and most spirited creation Read by Ewan Bailey. Ket chair Jacka's ight But or the grace of Go. S most amous characters Ross and Demelza who are soon
to return to BBC screens in a new adaptationMade BBC Radio 4 Extra by The Waters Partnership 15 At the Chalet Lartrec Driving through the Swiss Alps in the 1960s a young Englishman seeks shelter rom a storm but his hosts at the Chalet Lartrec are not pleased to see him Read by Ewan Bailey 25 The Old Boys A stroll down memory lane turns into an unexpectedly heated encounter when two old boys meet in the grounds of their old school Read by Nicholas Farrell 35 The Cornish Farm In searchSet To Return To BBC Screens In A New AdaptationMade
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Winston Graham was one of the most successful and prolific novelists of the 20th century He wrote in many genres but his best known body of work was undoubtedly the 12 historical the 20th century He wrote in many genres but his best known body of work was undoubtedly the 12 historical set in Cornwall at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th centuries which became known as The PoldarksAlthough it s the Poldarks that brought Winston Graham the most ame he also wrote than 30 other novels six
Of Which Have Been Filmedwhich have been ilmed the thriller Marnie directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1964This selection celebrates the range of his work and offers a glimpse into the enduring appeal of hi. The Cornish Farm Vive Le Roi The Wig Wam The Ol. farm Vive Le Roi The Wig wam The ol. ,