Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 866 articles

Labour Leaders’ Visit

Labour Leaders’ Visit

future Socialist administration, is also matter for conjecture. In a report the Chinese Federation of Labour, quoted f Nurse Edith Cavell s words the International Confederation f 40 years ago. That brave of Free Trade Unions, woman' who succoured the slated
August 17, 1954 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
WANTED ‘LADYVENUS THE COW ONE of Britain’s best comedy-thrillers is Appointment With Venus ’’—the lady in question being or prize

WANTED ‘LADYVENUS THE COW ONE of Britain’s best comedy-thrillers is Appointment With Venus ’’—the lady in question being or prize

in MMr, fact, her seventh “famous f woman ’ part, the others being * '; * Nell Gwynn, Peg Woffington, f Queen Victoria, Edith Cavell. HEy’ / i',/ Amy Johnson, and Odette Churchill. For handsome WBSf Jf Michael Wilding, this latest ■ , . t*P W. ..it i MOKENNA
October 20, 1951 - Portsmouth Evening News - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

OLD CROCKS FORGATHER

boy breaking it up in a Braidwood scrapyard and rescued it- A little Rover of 1905 vintage had belonged to the late Nurse Edith Cavell; another Rolls Royce had belonged to the Marquis of Bute, and a 1908 Standard had been owned by the late Miss Sylvia Pankhurst
August 25, 1951 - Falkirk Herald - Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
As Granite Cutter

As Granite Cutter

thirty years ago. Philip still talks with most pride, however, of the granite work he did in the national memorial Nurse Edith Cavell in Cornwall. Now and then he takes walk to see the lions on Aberdeen War Memorial or those in Duthie Park and Hazlehead
September 14, 1951 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In the Garden

In the Garden

another fine scarlet, Golden Salmon is self-descriptive and, like Coral Cluster, an almost unique colour in the rose world. Edith Cavell tends more to crimson than to scarlet, and, for white, there is Yvonne Rabier, a beautifully fragrant vo,riety, with a
November 16, 1951 - Truth - London, London, England
 
Hunger strike ends in tragedy

Hunger strike ends in tragedy

Pitlochry Festival and made numerous television appearances, one with Flora Robson in And Humanity, the story of Nurse Edith Cavell, in which he was cast as the defence counsel. Emergency Ward 10 was another television series in which he played on one
April 20, 1989 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTER: The Velvet Glove

LETTER: The Velvet Glove

sue plays". The publicity in Radio Times included a biographical n6te about each of the famous women dealt with, who were Edith Cavell, Marie Stopes, Mary Baker Eddy. Elizabeth Fry, Annie Bes ant, and Lilian Baylis suggesting that these were to be essentially
November 3, 1977 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Television Today: Major BBC serial to be filmed in Europe

Television Today: Major BBC serial to be filmed in Europe

another children's film written by James Hamilton Patterson. We are also planning to make a single film on the Life of Edith Cavell, but nothing has been firmed-up yet. "Getting any independent produc tion off the ground is a tough business. We develop
May 15, 1986 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Television Today Reviews: Suzman's evening

Television Today Reviews: Suzman's evening

fascinating to see her. by sheer force of will, transform the image of the nursing sister from that of a Mrs Gamp to an Edith Cavell. While she was doing and being she was irresistible. But in the analyses of her character (mother-fixation? Lesbian? neurotic
September 19, 1974 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Patrick Mower in Martin Duncan & Uitz’s adaptation of Goldoni's comedy set in 18 thcentury Venice. Richmond Theatre, Richmond, Surrey

Patrick Mower in Martin Duncan & Uitz’s adaptation of Goldoni's comedy set in 18 thcentury Venice. Richmond Theatre, Richmond, Surrey

Richmond Theatre, Richmond, Surrey (940 0088). Until July 10. July 7. Cavell Keith Baxter's new play has Joan Plowright as Edith Cavell, heroine of the First World War. Directed by Patrick Garland. Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, W Sussex (0243 781312)
July 1, 1982 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England