Beau Geste

Dramatisation by Graeme Fife of P C Wren's classic story of honour, love and adventure.

Episodes

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GENOME:
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P C Wren's classic Foreign Legion adventure. 1: A curious tale from Fort Zinderneuf, and three little boys' fascination with Viking funerals. Dramatised by Greg Snow. Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941013]

P C Wren's classic Foreign Legion adventure. 1: A curious tale from Fort Zinderneuf, and three little boys' fascination with Viking funerals. Dramatised by Greg Snow. Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941013]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow.

Director: Adrian Bean

Henri de Beaujolais: Christopher Godwin

George Lawrence: Christopher Good

Lady Brandon: Avril Clark

Young Beau: Jack Hodd

Young John: Oliver Miller-Oates

Young Digby: Jonathan Marchant-Heatley

Young Claudia: Llly Souza

Young Isobel: Lucy Dawson

Young Augustus: Jonathan Shelton

Sergeant Major: Lyndham Gregory

Hank: Stuart Milligan

Buddy: Christopher Ryan

Rastignac/David: Malcolm Ward

First Soldier/Cabby: Tom Ward

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941013]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow.

Director: Adrian Bean

Henri de Beaujolais: Christopher Godwin

George Lawrence: Christopher Good

Lady Brandon: Avril Clark

Young Beau: Jack Hodd

Young John: Oliver Miller-Oates

Young Digby: Jonathan Marchant-Heatley

Young Claudia: Llly Souza

Young Isobel: Lucy Dawson

Young Augustus: Jonathan Shelton

Sergeant Major: Lyndham Gregory

Hank: Stuart Milligan

Buddy: Christopher Ryan

Rastignac/David: Malcolm Ward

First Soldier/Cabby: Tom Ward

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941020]

Episode 2 of P.C. Wren's thrilling Foreign Legion adventure in which Lady Brandon's fabulous "Blue Water" gem is stolen. Will the thief confess? Dramatised by Greg Snow. Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941020]

Episode 2 of P.C. Wren's thrilling Foreign Legion adventure in which Lady Brandon's fabulous "Blue Water" gem is stolen. Will the thief confess? Dramatised by Greg Snow. Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941020]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow.

Director: Adrian Bean

Beau: David Lumsden

Digby: Scott Cherry

John: Michael Lumsden

Lady Brandon: Avril Clark

Augustus: Antony Howes

Criaplain: John Evitts

Pawnbroker: John Evitts

Policeman: John Evitts

Isobel: Oona Beeson

Claudia: Beverly Foster

Colonel: John Curch

Recruiting Officer: Malcolm Ward

David: Malcolm Ward

Ticket collector: Tom Bevan

Young Beau: Jack Hodd

Young Digby: Jonathan Marchant-Heatley

Young John: Ollver Miller-Oates

Young Augustus: Jonathan Shelton

Young Claudia: Lily Souza

Young Isobel: Lucy Dawson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941020]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow.

Director: Adrian Bean

Beau: David Lumsden

Digby: Scott Cherry

John: Michael Lumsden

Lady Brandon: Avril Clark

Augustus: Antony Howes

Criaplain: John Evitts

Pawnbroker: John Evitts

Policeman: John Evitts

Isobel: Oona Beeson

Claudia: Beverly Foster

Colonel: John Curch

Recruiting Officer: Malcolm Ward

David: Malcolm Ward

Ticket collector: Tom Bevan

Young Beau: Jack Hodd

Young Digby: Jonathan Marchant-Heatley

Young John: Ollver Miller-Oates

Young Augustus: Jonathan Shelton

Young Claudia: Lily Souza

Young Isobel: Lucy Dawson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941027]

Episode 3 of P C Wren's thrilling Foreign Legion adventure. John follows Beau and Digby to Paris and joins the Foreign Legion. But will he ever see his brothers again? Dramatised by Greg Snow Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941027]

Episode 3 of P C Wren's thrilling Foreign Legion adventure. John follows Beau and Digby to Paris and joins the Foreign Legion. But will he ever see his brothers again? Dramatised by Greg Snow Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941027]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow

Director: Adrian Bean

Beau: David Lumsden

John: Michael Lumsden

Digby: Scott Cherry

Colonel: John Church

Hank: Stuart Milligan

Buddy: Christopher Ryan

Boldini: Nigel Anthony

Sergeant: John Baddeley

Recruiting officer/Guard/Cook: Malcolm Ward

Quartermaster: Lyndam Gregory

Vogue: Tom Bevan

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19941027]

Dramatised By: Greg Snow

Director: Adrian Bean

Beau: David Lumsden

John: Michael Lumsden

Digby: Scott Cherry

Colonel: John Church

Hank: Stuart Milligan

Buddy: Christopher Ryan

Boldini: Nigel Anthony

Sergeant: John Baddeley

Recruiting officer/Guard/Cook: Malcolm Ward

Quartermaster: Lyndam Gregory

Vogue: Tom Bevan

01The Disappearance Of The Blue Water2009100420091010

The Geste brothers run away from England, home and romance to join the French Foreign Legion, following the mysterious disappearance of a valuable family heirloom.

01The Disappearance Of The Blue Water2009100420091010

The Geste brothers run away from England, home and romance to join the French Foreign Legion, following the mysterious disappearance of a valuable family heirloom.

02 LASTThe Desert2009101120091017

The Geste brothers become the focus of suspicion and hostility from an assortment of international ne'er do wells thrown together as a platoon of the French Foreign Legion.

A sudden attack on a remote desert fort by Toureg raiders brings matters to a head and provides the explanation for the disappearance of the Blue Water sapphire.

02 LASTThe Desert2009101120091017

The Geste brothers become the focus of suspicion and hostility from an assortment of international ne'er do wells thrown together as a platoon of the French Foreign Legion.

A sudden attack on a remote desert fort by Toureg raiders brings matters to a head and provides the explanation for the disappearance of the Blue Water sapphire.

ETbdrd
20091017 (R4)

2/2. The brothers become the focus of suspicion and hostility from an assortment of international ne'er-do-wells thrown together as a platoon of the Foreign Legion. A sudden attack on a remote desert fort by Tuareg raiders brings matters to a head and provides the explanation for the disappearance of the Blue Water sapphire. By PC Wren, dramatised by Graeme Fife.

Repeated from Sunday

Contributors

Dramatised By:

Graeme

Fife.

Beau:

Chris

New

John:

Rob

Hastie

Lawrence:

Michael

Culkin

Major Jolivet:

Timothy

Ackroyd

Aunt Patricia:

Tessa

Worsley

Isobel:

Candida

Benson

Gussie:

Anthony

Schuster

Burdon:

Scott

Richards

Lejeune:

Nick

Fletcher

Boldini:

Laurence

Possa

Hank:

Greg

Wohead

Buddy:

Don

Mousseau

Sergeant:

Alasdair

MacEwan

Recruiting officer:

Max

Bennet

Schwartz:

Simon

Scardifleld

ETbdrd
20091017 (R4)

2/2. The brothers become the focus of suspicion and hostility from an assortment of international ne'er-do-wells thrown together as a platoon of the Foreign Legion. A sudden attack on a remote desert fort by Tuareg raiders brings matters to a head and provides the explanation for the disappearance of the Blue Water sapphire. By PC Wren, dramatised by Graeme Fife.

Repeated from Sunday

Contributors

Dramatised By:

Graeme

Fife.

Beau:

Chris

New

John:

Rob

Hastie

Lawrence:

Michael

Culkin

Major Jolivet:

Timothy

Ackroyd

Aunt Patricia:

Tessa

Worsley

Isobel:

Candida

Benson

Gussie:

Anthony

Schuster

Burdon:

Scott

Richards

Lejeune:

Nick

Fletcher

Boldini:

Laurence

Possa

Hank:

Greg

Wohead

Buddy:

Don

Mousseau

Sergeant:

Alasdair

MacEwan

Recruiting officer:

Max

Bennet

Schwartz:

Simon

Scardifleld