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The People's Princess (BBC Radio 4: Afternoon Play) Radio/TV Program

The People's Princess (BBC Radio 4: Afternoon Play)

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A BBC Radio 4 play about the marriage of George, Prince of Wales, originally broadcast as the 'Afternoon Play' on 11 December 2008 (and repeated on 9 December 2010). Facing financial ruin, George was obliged by his father, George III, to marry his first cousin, Princess Caroline of Brunswick. But if he had been expecting a docile partner with whom he could maintain appearances, George had seriously underestimated his wife-to-be...

Starring Alex Jennings as George and Rebecca Saire as Caroline. Also featured amongst the cast are Julian Rhind-Tutt, Chris McHallem, Richard Howard, Mark Lambert, Jill Cardo and Nial Cusack. Written by Shelagh Stephenson and directed by Eoin O'Callaghan.

©2011 Shelagh Stephenson (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd

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    "The First Badly Treated Princess of Wales"

    Here is yet another badly treated Princes of Wales, the first one who was stigmatized just the same as Diana. A bit like Hamlet or don't mention the war, if you get what I mean. Even so, this is an amusing & funny play which I have enjoyed over & over & thankful I can be exactly who I am & be loved for it. Unlike the poor ladies unblessed with the Princess of Wales title.

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