Critics' Choice

Episodes

TitleFirst
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19971220

Richard Osborne is joined by Michael Oliver, Stephen Johnson, Edward Seckerson and Roderick Swanston to discuss their favourite discs of the year.

19971221
Programme Catalogue - Details: Breaking The Silence19910210

Producer: R.

WORTLEY

Next in series: THE ART OF SUCCESS

Description

After the revolution in Russia, a rich, aristocratic Jew is dispossessed.

But he and his family are 'kept' in a large railway carriage and he claims to be an important inventor.

Written by Stephen POLIAKOFF.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

october revolution (russia 1917)

Broadcast history

10 Feb 1991 19:15-21:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Jul 1991 19:30-21:45 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Richard Pearce (Actor)

Mark Straker (Actor)

Brian Glover (Actor)

Lesley Sharp (Actor)

Edward Petherbridge (Actor)

Alan Barker (Actor)

Francesca Annis (Actor)

Stephen Poliakoff (Author)

Richard Wortley (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-12-21.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Breaking The Silence19910707

First broadcast on 1991-02-10

Producer: R.

WORTLEY

Next in series: THE ART OF SUCCESS

Description

After the revolution in Russia, a rich, aristocratic Jew is dispossessed.

But he and his family are 'kept' in a large railway carriage and he claims to be an important inventor.

Written by Stephen POLIAKOFF.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

october revolution (russia 1917)

Broadcast history

10 Feb 1991 19:15-21:30 (RADIO 3)

07 Jul 1991 19:30-21:45 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Richard Pearce (Actor)

Mark Straker (Actor)

Brian Glover (Actor)

Lesley Sharp (Actor)

Edward Petherbridge (Actor)

Alan Barker (Actor)

Francesca Annis (Actor)

Stephen Poliakoff (Author)

Richard Wortley (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-12-21.

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Art Of Success19910721

Producer: R.

WORTLEY

Next in series: MRS KLEIN

Previous in series: BREAKING THE SILENCE

Description

By Nick DEAR.

The life, scabrous times and scatalogical imagination of the newly wed 18th-century artist & engraver William Hogarth, as he mingles with playwrights, prostitutes, powerful politicians & a condemned murderess.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

21 Jul 1991 21:30-23:25 (RADIO 3)

29 Nov 1992 21:20-23:15 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Ronald Herdman (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

Brett Usher (Actor)

Simon Beale (Actor)

Michael Kitchen (Actor)

Ann Windsor (Actor)

Irene Sutcliffe (Actor)

Linus Roache (Actor)

Penny Downie (Actor)

Robin Weaver (Actor)

Sally Dexter (Actor)

Nick Dear (Author)

Richard Wortley (Producer)

Recorded on 1991-05-24.