Somewhere In England By Caryl Phillips
Written and dramatised from his own novel, CROSSING THE RIVER, by Caryl Phillips. SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND is a story of love and race set in Yorkshire during the Second World War. When the US Army arrived in Britain during World War Two, it came in still-segregated units. When a platoon of black GIs sets up camp near a quiet Yorkshire village, there are far-reaching consequences both for rebellious GI Travis Johnson and local shopkeeper, Joyce. Joyce: Helen Longworth Travis: Rhashan Stone Len: David Seddon Emile: Jason Barnett Sandra: Karen Bartke Stan: Luke MacGregor Mr Miles: John Bowler Colonel: John Bowler Mother: Alison Belbin Vicar: Nicholas Murchie Girl: Keziah Joseph All other parts played by members of the cast Produced/directed by Gaynor Macfarlane. Drama First broadcast: Sat 3rd Dec 2016 14:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM
This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.