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Screenplay's 'The Countess Alice' (Wed BBC2): 'As perfect as the fragments of chamber music that punctuated it.' Stephen Moss, Guardian

'The plot was poorly constructed, the dialogue flat. Yet the play lived and, at times, it even shone . . . It was a classic demonstration of the power of expert acting to resuscitate and transform.' Benedict Nightingale, Times

'I suppose you could say it was up-market Cartland.' Richard Last, Daily Telegraph

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