Margaret and Alexander Radclyffe 1599 A True Story of the Elizabethan Court - 1599 Productions Association, a non-profit voluntary association
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Main Credits

Margaret Radclyffe Anarosa de Eizaguirre
Alexander Radclyffe Charlie Allen-Wall
Narrator Christopher Eccleston
Presenter Clare McGlinn
Written and Produced by Claire Hunt
Associate Producer Will Selden
Documentary Director Paul Anderton
Drama Director Jon Carter
Drama Sections
Set Producer Paul Turley
Camera Robert Jonson
Sound Mike Scott
Sound Assistant Malcolm Greenwood
First AD Rupert Booth
Script Supervisor Rhiannon Preece-Towey
Runner Sara Oldfield
Props and Set Design Claire Hunt
Ione Evans
Richard Braun
Costume Alison Kirkpatrick
Hair and Makeup Anna McErlean
Emma Copeland
Principal Court Costumes Jane King and Students
at Liverpool Community College
Margaret’s at Home Dress Vivien Parry
Costume Accessories Alison Kirkpatrick
Set Photographer Rachael Magowan
Documentary Sections
Camera Paul Anderton
2nd Camera Will Selden
Richard Bristow
Sound Will Selden
Narration Sound Recordist Mike Stewart
Hair and Makeup Rosie Hamilton
Additional Footage
Camera Will Selden
Owen Cant
Costume Claire Hunt
Brigitte Bottcher
Hair and Makeup Ruchi Ratna
Lauren Wright
Photographer Brigitte Bottcher
Young Margaret Elia Carcamo
Young Alexander Joshua Lear
Chaplain John Francis
Extras Alex Bailey, Zara Bailey, Susan Baker
Brigitte Bottcher, Richard Braun, Katie Canham
Owen Cant, Inge Carles, Alison Coates, Judith Doram
Helen England, Ione Evans, Kieran Farrell
David Hopkinson, Joan Hopkinson, Sue Kirkby
Simon Mawdsley, Vanessa Parkinson, Austen Pownall
Ella Pownall, Margo Pownall, Catherine Wood
Post Production
Editor Will Selden
Offline Editors Andreas Ksoll
Paul Anderton
Editing Consultant Sebastian Lyte
Post Production Supervisor Will Selden
Dialogue Patrick Doody
Foley John Heath
Sound Effects Paul Walters
Additional Dialogue John Neilis
Andrew Poole
James Rackham
Paul Walters
Re-recording Mixer Paul Walters
Visual Effects Will Selden
Junior Roto Owen Ward
‘Chaos’ Animation
Digital Painter Tymoteusz Chliszcz
Animator Will Selden
Music Charlie Allen-Wall
Soundtrack Music
Documentary Music Paul Selden
John Dowland songs performed by La Brigata
Music Director Peter Syrus
Musicians Soprano: Sue Tyson
Alto: Kristine Szulik
Tenor: Tom Salmon
Bass: Peter Syrus
Lute: Hugh Cherry
John Dowland Lute Music Arranged and Performed by
Hugh Cherry
Sound Engineers George Atkins
Jim Mason
Jason Cort
Radim Vymyslicky
Historical Advisers Ione Evans and Richard Braun
Historical and Picture Research Claire Hunt
With Thanks to the Following Locations and Interviewees
Haddon Hall
Peover Hall
Ordsall Hall Martha Scott-Finley
Samantha Smith
Chetham’s Library Evelyn Vigeon
Gawsworth Hall Elizabeth Richards
The John Rylands Library,
The University of Manchester
Jerome de Groot
FAC 251 Peter Hook
Hugh Cherry
The Green Room Roger Holdsworth
Manchester Cathedral Claire Hunt
The Royal Armouries James Hester
Adam Douglas
Radclyffe Family Home, Buckinghamshire Nick Radclyffe
Charles Radclyffe
Piers Radclyffe
St James’ Church, Gawsworth
Imperial War Museum North
Images The Acts and Monuments Online
Arbury Hall
Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
Bodleian Libraries
The British Library
Chetham’s Library
Christie’s Images
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Edinburgh University Library
Folger Shakespeare Library
Hatfield House
The John Rylands Library, The University of Manchester
Manchester Libraries, Information and Archives
The National Gallery, London
National Library of Scotland
National Maritime Museum
National Museums Liverpool
National Portrait Gallery
National Trust Images
Royal Collection Trust
Salford Museums
Saskia Cultural Documentation
Sherborne Castle
Stonyhurst College
Sudeley Castle
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore
The Weiss Gallery, London
Cindy Andrie
Nick Harrison
Dan Kinney
Rachael Magowan
The Radcylffe Family
Translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses by Mary M Innes, Courtesy of Penguin Group (UK)

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