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0120100613Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel.|Part 1: The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over, but the world's second oldest profession is very much alive.|Smiley accepts an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school with the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake; and over coffee and brandy, by flickering firelight, he beguilingly offers them his personal thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a searching examination of his own eventful secret life.|Bill Haydon....Michael Feast|Toby Esterhase....Sam Dale|Stephanie....Ruth Gemmell|Ben Cavendish - Dan Stevens|Personnel....Nigel Hastings|Bella....Keely Beresford|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Smiley dines at the Sarratt training school with the Circus's latest intake.
0120100619Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel.|Part 1: The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over, but the world's second oldest profession is very much alive.|Smiley accepts an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school with the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake; and over coffee and brandy, by flickering firelight, he beguilingly offers them his personal thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a searching examination of his own eventful secret life.|Bill Haydon - Michael Feast|Toby Esterhase - Sam Dale|Stephanie - Ruth Gemmell|Ben Cavendish - Dan Stevens|Personnel - Nigel Hastings|Bella - Keely Beresford|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Smiley dines at the Sarratt training school with the Circus's latest intake.
0220100620Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel|The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over.|Smiley emerges from retirement to accept an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school.|Over coffee and brandy he beguilingly and provocatively offers the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake his thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a profound examination of his own eventful secret life.|Part 2: Ned's search for meaning in his thirty-five year career as an intelligence officer takes him back to the killing fields of Cambodia and to a torturer's cellar in Gdansk.|Colonel Jerzy - Alexander Morton|Hansen - Angus Wright|Saul Enderby - James Laurenson|Rumbelow - Jamie Newall|Henry - Paul Courtenay Hyu|Marie - Alisa Anderson|Aid Worker - Alison Pettitt|Student - Angelo Paragoso|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Ned continues to search for meaning in his 35-year career as an intelligence officer.
0220100626Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel|The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over.|Smiley emerges from retirement to accept an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school.|Over coffee and brandy he beguilingly and provocatively offers the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake his thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a profound examination of his own eventful secret life.|Part 2: Ned's search for meaning in his thirty-five year career as an intelligence officer takes him back to the killing fields of Cambodia and to a torturer's cellar in Gdansk.|Colonel Jerzy - Alexander Morton|Hansen - Angus Wright|Saul Enderby - James Laurenson|Rumbelow - Jamie Newall|Henry - Paul Courtenay Hyu|Marie - Alisa Anderson|Aid Worker - Alison Pettitt|Student - Angelo Paragoso|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Ned continues to search for meaning in his 35-year career as an intelligence officer.
03 LAST20100627Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel|The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over.|Smiley emerges from retirement to accept an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school.|Over coffee and brandy he beguilingly and provocatively offers the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake his thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a profound examination of his own eventful secret life.|Part 3: Ned's routine vetting of a cypher clerk takes a remarkable turn, and George Smiley bids his final farewell.|Ann - Anna Chancellor|Frewin - Toby Jones|Serg.|Hawthorne - Sam Dale|Ken Hawthorne - Michael Shelford|Leonard Burr - Nigel Hastings|Sir Anthony Bradshaw - Rupert Vansittart|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Ned's routine vetting of a cypher clerk takes a remarkable turn.
03 LAST20100703Simon Russell Beale stars as the intelligence officer George Smiley and Patrick Malahide as Ned in a three-part dramatisation by Robert Forrest of John le Carre's classic novel|The Berlin Wall is down, the Cold War is over.|Smiley emerges from retirement to accept an invitation to dine at the Sarratt training school.|Over coffee and brandy he beguilingly and provocatively offers the eager young men and women of the Circus' latest intake his thoughts on espionage past, present and future.|In doing so, he prompts Ned, one of his former Circus colleagues and the pilgrim of the book's title, into a profound examination of his own eventful secret life.|Part 3: Ned's routine vetting of a cypher clerk takes a remarkable turn, and George Smiley bids his final farewell.|Ann - Anna Chancellor|Frewin - Toby Jones|Serg.|Hawthorne - Sam Dale|Ken Hawthorne - Michael Shelford|Leonard Burr - Nigel Hastings|Sir Anthony Bradshaw - Rupert Vansittart|Producer Patrick Rayner|This production concludes BBC Radio 4's major undertaking of dramatising all of the eight novels that feature the spymaster George Smiley, played throughout by Simon Russell Beale.|Ned's routine vetting of a cypher clerk takes a remarkable turn.