The Forsyte Chronicles

The Forsyte family have more than their fair share of skeletons in the cupboard.

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Programme Catalogue - Details: 119900101

-6

Producer: CORNISH, Anthony

Next in series: 1

Previous in series: 7-12

Description

SBH:THE FORSYTE CHRONICLES: The Novels of John Galsworthy dramatised for radio in 23 episodes.

Episodes 1 - 6.

Dramatised by David Spenser (Episodes 1, 3, 4 & 6) and Shirley Gee (Episodes 2 & 5).

With Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy, Michael Hordern, Alan Howard, Diana Quick, Michael Williams, Maurice Denham, Fabia Drake, Angela Pleasence and Michael Cochrane.

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Produced by Janet Whitaker (Episodes 1, 2, 3 & 4), Sue Wilson (Episode 5) and Anthony Cornish (Episode 6).

Broadcast history

01 Jan 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Moir Leslie (Actor)

Leonard Fenton (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Michael Cox (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

David Goudge (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Charlie Simpson (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Fabia Drake (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

James Holland (Actor)

Henry Power (Actor)

Emily Brittain (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

Shirley Gee (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Mary Nash (pno)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 410524.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 119900929

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 2

Previous in series: 1-6

Description

Part 1 (of 23) of John GALSWORTHY's saga spanning nearly 50 years of a wealthy, successful, upper-middle-class family torn apart by the disastrous marriage of Soames & Irene Forsyth.

Narrated by Dirk BOGARDE.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

29 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

05 Oct 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fabia Drake (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Michael Horden (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Dirk Bogarde (narr)

Mary Nash (pno)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-25

Programme Catalogue - Details: 119901005

First broadcast on 1990-09-29

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 2

Previous in series: 1-6

Description

Part 1 (of 23) of John GALSWORTHY's saga spanning nearly 50 years of a wealthy, successful, upper-middle-class family torn apart by the disastrous marriage of Soames & Irene Forsyth.

Narrated by Dirk BOGARDE.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

29 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

05 Oct 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fabia Drake (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Michael Horden (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Dirk Bogarde (narr)

Mary Nash (pno)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-02-25

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1019901201

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 11

Previous in series: 9

Description

10/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Pass- ions run high when Fleur, now married to Michael, ensnares the poet Wilfred Desert.

Soames smells a rat...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

01 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

07 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-28

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1019901207

First broadcast on 1990-12-01

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 11

Previous in series: 9

Description

10/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Pass- ions run high when Fleur, now married to Michael, ensnares the poet Wilfred Desert.

Soames smells a rat...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

01 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

07 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-28

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1119901208

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 12

Previous in series: 10

Description

11/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

What price happiness? Does love enable or destroy? Victorine, Tony, Michael and Wilfred count the cost - Fleur speculates and dreams.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

08 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

14 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Moffatt (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Elspeth Sandys (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-30

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1119901214

First broadcast on 1990-12-08

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 12

Previous in series: 10

Description

11/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

What price happiness? Does love enable or destroy? Victorine, Tony, Michael and Wilfred count the cost - Fleur speculates and dreams.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

08 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

14 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Moffatt (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Elspeth Sandys (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-30

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1219901215

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 13

Previous in series: 11

Description

12/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

To Fleur, a son, for Michael a new career, and for Soames two new causes to fight.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

15 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

21 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Jack May (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Belinda Lang (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-03

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1219901221

First broadcast on 1990-12-15

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 13

Previous in series: 11

Description

12/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

To Fleur, a son, for Michael a new career, and for Soames two new causes to fight.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

15 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

21 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Jack May (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Belinda Lang (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-03

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1319901222

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 19-23

Previous in series: 12

Description

13/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

An action for libel, Marjorie Ferrar versus Fleur Mont, and Michael Mont pursues 'Foggartism'.

Soames must defend the family.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

28 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Jack May (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David King (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Belinda Lang (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Elspeth Sandys (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-04

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1319901228

First broadcast on 1990-12-22

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 19-23

Previous in series: 12

Description

13/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

An action for libel, Marjorie Ferrar versus Fleur Mont, and Michael Mont pursues 'Foggartism'.

Soames must defend the family.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Dec 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

28 Dec 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Jack May (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David King (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Belinda Lang (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Elspeth Sandys (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-04

Programme Catalogue - Details: 219901006

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 3

Previous in series: 1

Description

2/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Soames' new house at Robin Hill is well under way and Bossiney, the architect is eager to show it to Irene.

Rumours begin to circulate...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

06 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

12 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Shirley Gee (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-01

Programme Catalogue - Details: 219901012

First broadcast on 1990-10-06

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 3

Previous in series: 1

Description

2/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Soames' new house at Robin Hill is well under way and Bossiney, the architect is eager to show it to Irene.

Rumours begin to circulate...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

06 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

12 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Shirley Gee (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-01

Programme Catalogue - Details: 319901013

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 4

Previous in series: 2

Description

3/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

The dire consequences of one night and the next foggy day are to split the Forsytes for generations.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

13 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

19 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Charles Simpson (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-06

Programme Catalogue - Details: 319901019

First broadcast on 1990-10-13

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 4

Previous in series: 2

Description

3/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

The dire consequences of one night and the next foggy day are to split the Forsytes for generations.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

13 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

19 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

David March (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Charles Simpson (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-06

Programme Catalogue - Details: 419901020

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 5

Previous in series: 3

Description

4/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Old Jolyon is visited by Irene, also living alone, and together they share his 'Indian summer'.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

26 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-08

Programme Catalogue - Details: 419901026

First broadcast on 1990-10-20

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 5

Previous in series: 3

Description

4/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Old Jolyon is visited by Irene, also living alone, and together they share his 'Indian summer'.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

20 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

26 Oct 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-08

Programme Catalogue - Details: 519901027

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 6

Previous in series: 4

Description

5/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Young Jolyon finds Paris and Irene irresistible and Soames still longs for her.

Holly and Val discover the pain and promise of love.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

02 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Shirley Gee (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-12

Programme Catalogue - Details: 519901102

First broadcast on 1990-10-27

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 6

Previous in series: 4

Description

5/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Young Jolyon finds Paris and Irene irresistible and Soames still longs for her.

Holly and Val discover the pain and promise of love.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

27 Oct 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

02 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Shirley Gee (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-12

Programme Catalogue - Details: 619901103

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 7

Previous in series: 5

Description

6/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

There is a divorce, remarriage, the death of the older generation and two births in the indestructible Forsyte family.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

09 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Leonard Fenton (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Henry Power (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-15

Programme Catalogue - Details: 619901109

First broadcast on 1990-11-03

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 7

Previous in series: 5

Description

6/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

There is a divorce, remarriage, the death of the older generation and two births in the indestructible Forsyte family.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

09 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Maurice Denham (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Leonard Fenton (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Maxine Audley (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Rachel Kempson (Actor)

Renee Asherson (Actor)

Henry Power (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-15

Programme Catalogue - Details: 719900101

-12

Producer: CORNISH, Anthony

Next in series: 1-6

Description

SBH:THE FORSYTE CHRONICLES: The Novels of John Galsworthy dramatised for radio in 23 episodes.

Episodes 7 - 12.

Dramatised by David Spenser (Episodes 7, 8, 9, 10 & 12) and Elspeth Sandys (Episode 11).

With Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy, Alan Howard, Michael Williams, Diana Quick, Amanda Redman, Gary Cady, Angela Pleasence and Gary Bond.

Produced by Janet Whitaker (Episode 7), Sue Wilson (Episodes 8, 10, 11), Anthony Cornish (Episodes 9 & 12).

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Broadcast history

01 Jan 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Jack May (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Moir Leslie (Actor)

Leonard Fenton (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

David King (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Philip Sully (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Belinda Lang (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Danielle Allen (Actor)

Michael Denham (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

Elspeth Sandys (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 413080.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 719901110

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 8

Previous in series: 6

Description

7/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

It is 1920 and Soames looks into the future at an art gallery.

When his daughter Fleur accidently meets Jon, he doesn't like what he sees.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

10 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

16 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-19

Programme Catalogue - Details: 719901116

First broadcast on 1990-11-10

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 8

Previous in series: 6

Description

7/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

It is 1920 and Soames looks into the future at an art gallery.

When his daughter Fleur accidently meets Jon, he doesn't like what he sees.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

10 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

16 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Michael Williams (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-19

Programme Catalogue - Details: 819901117

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 9

Previous in series: 7

Description

8/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Michael is in love with Fleur, Fleur is in love with Jon and Jon aware of a family secret that must keep them apart.

Who's deceiving whom?

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

23 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-22

Programme Catalogue - Details: 819901123

First broadcast on 1990-11-17

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 9

Previous in series: 7

Description

8/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Michael is in love with Fleur, Fleur is in love with Jon and Jon aware of a family secret that must keep them apart.

Who's deceiving whom?

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

23 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Sue Wilson (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-22

Programme Catalogue - Details: 919901124

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 10

Previous in series: 8

Description

9/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Fleur and Jon are determined to marry.

Irene and Young Jolyon on the one hand and Soames on the other must try to prevent them.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

30 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Danielle Allen (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-26

Programme Catalogue - Details: 919901130

First broadcast on 1990-11-24

Producer: J.

WHITAKER

Next in series: 10

Previous in series: 8

Description

9/23.

John GALSWORTHY's saga, narrated by Dirk BOGARDE as Galsworthy.

Fleur and Jon are determined to marry.

Irene and Young Jolyon on the one hand and Soames on the other must try to prevent them.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 Nov 1990 19:45-20:45 (RADIO 4)

30 Nov 1990 15:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Michael Williams (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Hordern (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Amanda Redman (Actor)

Dirk Bogarde (Actor)

Diana Quick (Actor)

Alan Howard (Actor)

Shelley Thompson (Actor)

Angela Pleasence (Actor)

Fiona Walker (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Gary Bond (Actor)

Gary Cady (Actor)

Danielle Allen (Actor)

David Spenser (adap)

John Galsworthy (Author)

Anthony Cornish (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-03-26

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Old Jolyon Forsyte is writing invitations to a reception to mark the engagement of his grand daughter June to Philip Bosinney.

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Irene and Bosinney become openly affectionate and Soames vows to exact his revenge on both of them.

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As Old Jolyon reaffirms himself as the head of the Forsyte family, Soames and Irene grow ever more distant.

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Twelve years have passed and The Boer War is looming.

Irene lives alone and Soames wants a divorce.

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Soames Forsyte re-establishes contact with Irene but is torn between wooing her back and asking for a divorce.

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Soames is determined to get a divorce from Irene, but he is still confused over his feelings for her.

The Forsyte family's very own 'Two Weddings and Three Funerals'...

with 'Two Births' thrown in for good measure.

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Despite Soames Forsyte's best efforts, his daughter Fleur falls for cousin Jon, from the 'wrong' side of the family.

Despite Soames Forsyte's best efforts, his daughter Fleur falls for a cousin from the 'wrong' side of the family.

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Fleur learns a thing or two about her father - and it suddenly becomes vital that she marry John Forsyte.

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John Forsyte struggles to control his love for Fleur in the face of his mother's disapproval.

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Fleur gets married and plays the role of society wife.

Her husband Michael and his best friend are both in love with her.

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Fleur is pregnant - how will Michael take the news? And will the truth out about Tony?

Fleur is pregnant - how will Michael take the news? And will the truth out about Tony? [

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Soames finds himself under fire at home and in the boardroom.

Episode 12 of 23.

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Soames finds himself under fire at home and in the boardroom.

Fleur's reckless words drag her husband Michael and father Soames into a court case.

Episode 13 of 23.

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Fleur's reckless words drag her husband Michael and father Soames into a court case.

Episode 13 of 23.

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Fleur's reckless words drag her husband Michael and father Soames into a court case...

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The General Strike brings long lost loves together again.

Drama based on the novels by John Galsworthy.

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Suspicion is Soames' nature.

Wanting and having is Fleur's.

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High drama abounds as Fleur and John give in to their passion and Soames Forsyte fights a fire trying to save his pictures.

Episode 16 of 23.

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High drama abounds as Fleur and John give in to their passion and Soames Forsyte fights a fire trying to save his pictures.

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Trouble brews for Hubert...

Drama based on the novels by John Galsworthy.

Hubert Cherrell's reputation is damaged upon publication of a book.

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Captain Ferse returns from a mental institution, but is he truly recovered? And will Hubert resist extradition to Bolivia?

The wedding day arrives but will Hubert be lucky enough to earn a reprieve from the murder charge?

The wedding day arrives but will Hubert be lucky enough to earn a reprieve from the murder charge?

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Blockbuster series based on the novels by John Galsworthy.

Can Dinny save brother Hubert from a murder charge?

Hubert's future looks bleak as he faces the murder charges against him.

Can Dinny save brother Hubert from a murder charge?

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It's spring 1930 and Dinny has had five marriage proposals but is still single.

Dinny's heart is stirred by a chance meeting with an old family friend; based on John Galsworthy's novels.

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As Wildred becomes a pariah, he and Dinny feel the pressure on their relationship.

Based on the novels by John Galsworthy.

As Wilfred becomes a pariah, he and Dinny feel the pressure on their relationship.

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As Dinny dreams about her lost love, Clare returns from Ceylon without her husband.

Based on John Galsworthy's novels.

As Dinny dreams about her lost love, her sister Clare returns from Ceylon without her husband, based on John Galsworthy's novels.

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A society divorce scandal shocks the Cherrells, but the outcome leaves Dinny in a quandary.

Dinny finds happiness at last while Claire faces her big day in court.

Dinny finds happiness at last while Clare faces her big day in court.