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Shirley Gee - Moonshine

London, 1937: Harriet must battle Ada, the new nanny, for the love of her young daughter. Stars Rosemary Leach and Carole Boyd.

London, 1937: Harriet Carmichael must battle new nanny Ada Molesbridge for the love of her young daughter:

ADA: When it comes to whose child, Flora might decide. Who she cleaves to. Whose bed she chooses in the middle of the night. Who she loves.

HARRIET: Don't be ludicrous. She's my daughter, my flesh and blood. She belongs to me.

ADA: Flesh and blood is one thing. But belongs. Slippers, candlesticks, necklaces, they belong. Ask her who she chooses. Go on, wake her. Ask her. We're all people, aren't we. All human beings... Not mistress and servant, you said. Let her choose.

Starring Rosemary Leach as Ada Molesbridge, Carole Boyd as Harriet Carmichael, Katherine Hughes as Flora and John Rowe as David Carmichael.

For her performance as Ada Molesbridge , Rosemary Leach won the 1977 Imperial Tobacco Award for the Best Actress.

Special music by Roger Limb, BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Director: David Spenser

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1977.

1 hour, 30 minutes

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Sun 30 Apr 2017 04:00