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'Carol' - radioplay BBC

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A tender and unsettling love story about two women - one of them married, and the other nineteen - who risk everything to be together.

Written by Patricia Highsmith, who is best-known as one of the twentieth century's most accomplished thriller-writers - a role she assumed overnight when Alfred Hitchcock turned her sublimely disturbing first novel, Strangers On A Train, into a hit movie in 1951.

Written a year later, Carol broke all the rules for the portrayal of lesbians in American fiction. Despite warnings from her publisher and her agent that a lesbian novel would ruin her new-found reputation, the book became a major best-seller, with over a million sales when it was released in paperback - and Highsmith went on to write thirty more books before her death in 1995.

Carol is a genuinely groundbreaking classic - and a truly modern love story.

Credits
Role Contributor
Carol  Miranda Richardson
Therese  Andrea Deck
Mrs Robichek  Beverley Klein
Miss Davis  Liza Ross
Richard  Gunnar Cauthery
Actor  Barbara Barnes
Actor  David Jarvis
Author  Patricia Highsmith
Adaptor  Neil Bartlett
Director  Neil Bartlett

Tags: Patricia Highsmith , Carol