Film-maker Terence Davies directs a groundbreaking chronicle of the lives of a group of school friends. Stars Jane Lapotaire.
Louis, Bernard, Neville, Jinny, Susan and Rhoda look back on childhood and their first forays into adulthood.
One of Virginia Woolf's most original titles, The Waves charts the lives of six friends from early childhood through to middle age.
Dramatised and directed in two parts by one of the UK's most original film makers, Terence Davies.
With Janet Suzman as the Narrator, Jon Cartwright as Bernard, Geraldine James as Susan, Anna Massey as Rhoda, Peter Guinness as Neville, Jane Lapotaire as Jinny and Don Warrington as Louis.
Producer: Polly Thomas
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2007.
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