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The White Company (radio 1965)

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The White Company: A Chronicle of the Hundred Years War is a British radio play produced by Trevor Hill (BBC), adapted by Nan Macdonald, first aired from 4 to 15 january 1965 on BBC Home Service, starring Stanley MacKenzie as Sir Nigel Loring. 9 x 30 min.



Episodes

  • 1. How Alleyne Edricson Carne Out into the World (4 janury 1965)
  • 2. How Strange Things Befell in Minstead Wood (5 january 1965)
  • 3. How Hordle John Found a Man Whom He Might Follow (7 january 1965)
  • 4. How the Yellow Cog Fought the Two Rover Galleys (8 january 1965)
  • 5. How Alleyne Proved His Mettle, and England Held the Lists at Bordeaux (11 january 1965)
  • 6. How Sir Nigel Met with the Champion of France (12 january 1965)
  • 7. How Five Men held the Keep at Villefranche (13 january 1965)
  • 8. ow Sir Nigel Took Command of the White Company and Led the Vanguard into Spain (14 january 1965)
  • 9. The Last Stand of the White Company (15 january 1965)


Cast


Crew






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