A little known, very early Jane Austen work, performed on the radio for the first time.
A beautiful and scheming widow seeks a husband for both herself and her shy and awkward daughter, while engaged in an affair with a married man.
Who will win the heart of the rich and handsome Reginald De Courcy? And will the truth about Lady Susan ever come out? These are the questions a teenaged Jane Austen posed in this early epistolary novella, published long after her death – the first of her many wise and witty studies of love and marriage, and the games people play.
Read by Emilia Fox, Anna Chancellor, Lucy Robinson and Theo Fraser Steele
Abridged by Eileen Horne
Producer: Clive Brill
A Pacificus production for BBC Radio 4.
Duration: 15 minutes
First broadcast: Monday 23 September 2013
Episode 1: Monday @ 22.45 (UK Time)
Episode 2: Tuesday @ 22.45 (UK Time)
Episode 3: Wednesday @ 22.45 (UK Time)
Episode 4: Thursday @ 22.45 (UK Time)
Episode 5: Friday @ 22.45 (UK Time)
I have made screen captures from the HD trailer which was released recently and updated the gallery with a BTS photo. Check them out by following this link! You can also watch all media related to The Wrong Mans on our site now.
This has been released so far:
While updating the gallery, I have also added a video of Emilia’s appearances from ‘The Wipers Times’ (to be released on DVD on amazon Oct 7th) and made screen captures as well. Hope you’ll like them!
Thanks kathryn-morris.co.uk for the video help
Once again credit and thanks goes to adelaide-kane.com for 8 new HQ photos from the Flower Show Emilia attended in July.
What a gorgeous shoot, isn’t it? I’m loving all these cute butterflies!
Appearances > 2013 > 08th July | RHS Hampton Court Flower Show
Uploaded 7 HQ photos of Emilia from the ‘Disaster Chef’ final at Kenwood HQ she visited in autumn last year. Looks like she had fun and enjoyed the cooking Thanks adelaide-kane.com for them!
Interviews & TV Appearances > Interviews & Appearances 2012 > 01st Oct | ‘Disaster Chef’ final at Kenwood Headquarters
(previews after the cut..)
Special thanks to Dianne @ Richard Madden Online who was so nice to provide us with 7 more HQ photos of Emilia attending the iCandy event earlier this month As always, you can find the photos in our gallery!
Appearances > 2013 > 10th Sept | iCandy 80th Anniversary Party
Both Silent Witness and Emilia are nominated for a National Television Award – vote for them here!
The National Television Awards 2014 longlist nominations have been announced and voting is now open.
Viewers can vote free online at www.nationaltvawards.com or by calling the NTA vote form request line 0844 646 2060.
Voting closes at a minute to midnight on October 11, 2013. The shortlist is announced in January when the final round of voting begins.
The 2014 NTA Categories are:
Serial Drama Performance
The producer of popular BBC drama Silent Witness, which is currently shooting an episode in Dundee, has praised the city as a filming location.
The crew of the forensic crime thriller are spending 10 days in and around Dundee, with the Tay Road Bridge being used as a location on Sunday.
Producer Sharon Bloom said: “It’s a really good place to shoot. We needed somewhere that had a city feel and also a wilderness, remote feel and Dundee has given us both.
“People have been very friendly and very helpful so we have managed to get everything we want.
“We were up on the roof, which has been pretty windy, but I think we have got what we need and we are also out on the bridge.
“We are shooting for half a day on Wednesday before we leave.
“We’re not calling it Dundee in the episode, we will call it a fictional city in a fictional country area.”
The Dundee-filmed episode features Dr Nikki Alexander, played by Emilia Fox, but Sharon was remaining tight-lipped about the plot.
She said: “I can’t tell you too much as it would give too much away. But Nikki Alexander has been called up by a policeman to help with the case.”
As well as some Dundee streets, locations will include a farm and woodland areas north of the city. Filming has also taken place in Glen Clova.
Members of the public will be able to spot the filming locations by looking out for pink arrow markers around Dundee.