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Genome: [r4 Bd=19900529]

Unknown: Phyllida Barstow

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920504]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd.

The first of ten episodes, read by Robert Powell and Ian Hogg. An 18th-century architect and a 20th-century detective are linked through a series of savage murders.

Abridged by Aubrey Woods

Producer Michael Fox. Stereo

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Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Robert Powell

Read By: Ian Hogg.

Abridged By: Aubrey Woods

Producer: Michael Fox.

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Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd. Part 2. Stereo

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Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920506]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd. Part 3.

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Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd. Part 4Stereo

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Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd. Part 5

Stereo

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920511]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd.

The sixth of ten episodes, read by Ian Hogg.

More corpses are found in city churches to puzzle Detective

Nicholas Hawksmoor.

Abridged by Aubrey Woods

Producer Michael Fox. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920511]

Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Ian Hogg.

Unknown: Nicholas Hawksmoor.

Abridged By: Aubrey Woods

Producer: Michael Fox.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920512]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd. Part 7 read by Robert Powell.

Stereo (For details see yesterday,

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920512]

Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Robert Powell.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920513]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd.

Part 8 read by Ian Hogg Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920513]

Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Ian Hogg

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920514]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd.

Part 9 read by Robert Powell and Ian Hogg.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920514]

Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Robert Powell

Read By: Ian Hogg.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920515]

Hawksmoor by Peter Ackroyd.

The last of 10 episodes, read by Ian Hogg. Stereo

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Unknown: Peter Ackroyd.

Read By: Ian Hogg.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920623]

Daisy Miller by Henry James.

Read in four episodes by Margaret Robertson.

Abridged by Michael Voysey Producer Maurice Leitch

(First broadcast in 1978)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920623]

Unknown: Henry James.

Unknown: Margaret Robertson.

Abridged By: Michael Voysey

Producer: Maurice Leitch

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900105]

Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefield

Unknown: Ray Herman.

Directed By: Caroline Smith

the Narrator: James Laurenson

Jim Davis: Nicholas Pickard

Jim's uncle: David Henry

Jim's aunt/Passenger: Eve Shickle

Mrs Cottier: Marlene Sidaway

Mr Cottier: Stefan Bednarczyk

Hugh Cottier: Marc Murphy

Marah: Gareth Thomas

Coachman/Whizzer: Robert Styles

Passengers: Nigel Anthony

Passengers: Danny Schiller

Shaddrack/Coastguard: John Bull

Soldiers: Donald Gee

Soldiers: Charles Simpson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900107]

Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefield

Unknown: Ray Herman.

the Narrator: James Laurenson

Jim Davis: Nicholas Pickard

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900112]

Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefield

Unknown: Ray Herman.

Directed By: Caroline Smith

the Narrator: James Laurenson

Jim Davis: Nicholas Pickard

Marah: Gareth Thomas

Gateo: David Henry

Extry: Nigel Anthony

Snout/Sergeant: Danny Schiller

Scum: John Bull

Whizzer: Robert Styles

Hankin: Donald Gee

Suds/French Mayor: Charles Simpson

Mr Cottier/Bender: Stefan Bednarczyk

Jeanne: Eve Shickle

Frenchwoman: Marlene Sidaway

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900114]

Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefield

Unknown: Ray Herman.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900119]

Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefield

Unknown: Ray Herman.

Unknown: David Fleming-Williams

Directed By: Caroline Smith

the Narrator: James Laurenson

Jim Davis: Nicholas Pickard

Marah: Gareth Thomas

Gateo/Amos: David Henry

Extry: Nigel Anthony

Snout/Slinch: Danny Schiller

Scum: John Bull

Whizzer/Reuben: Robert Styles

Hankin: Donald Gee

Mr Cottier/Bender: Stefan Bednarczyk

French waitress: Eve Shickle

Eddie: Lesley Kaufman

Eddie's mother: Marlene Sidaway

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Unknown: Jim Davis

Unknown: John Masefteld

Unknown: Ray Herman.

Directed By: Caroline Smith

the Narrator: James Laurenson

Jim Davis: Nicholas Pickard

Marah: Gareth Thomas

Johnny Dobbin: Danny Schiller

Shaddrack: John Bull

Polly: Lesley Kaufman

Mrs Tom/Silvina: Eve Shickle

Major: David Henry

Corporal: Nigel Anthony

Sergeant Major: Donald Gee

Soldier: Charles Simpson

Soldier/Reuben: Robert Styles

Mrs Cottier: Marlene Sidaway

Hugh Cottier: Marc Murphy

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Unknown: S. Lewis

Unknown: Stephen Mallatratt.

Directed By: Nigel Bryant

Jane Studdock: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Mark Studdock: Andrew Wincott

Feverstone: Steve Hodson

C S Lewis: Garard Green

Curry: Philip Anthony

Mrs Dimble: Tina Gray

Dr Dimble: Graham Colclough

Busby: Edwin Richfield

Wither: Geoffrey Banks

Camilla: Sian Lloyd Owen

Hingest: Roger Hume

Miss Ironwood: Daphne Rogers

Filostrato: Roger Hume

Miss Hardcastle: Judy Bridgland

Workman/Fellow: Terry Molloy

Rev Straik: Robin Kyle

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900204]

Unknown: Stephen Mallatratt.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900209]

Unknown: Stephen Mallatratt.

Unknown: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Unknown: Jane Studdock

Unknown: Andrew Wincott

Unknown: Mark Studdock.

Directed By: Nigel Bryant

Wther/Macphee: Geoffrey Banks

C S Lewis: Garard Green

Miss Hardcastle: Judy Bridgland

Dolly: Tania Ison

Curry: Philip Anthony

Feverstone/Fisher-King: Steve Hodson

Camilla Denniston: Sian Lloyd Owen

Arthur Denniston: Andy Hockley

Filostrato: Roger Hume

Rev Straik: Robin Kyle

Grace Ironwood: Daphne Rogers

Mrs Dimble: Tina Gray

Joe/Head: Terry Molloy

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Unknown: C. S. Lewis

Unknown: Stephen Mallatratt.

Unknown: Vic Gammon.

Directed By: Nigel Bryant

Jane Studdock: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Mark Studdock: Andrew Wincott

Fisher-King: Steve Hodson

C. S. Lewis: Garard Green

Miss Hardcastle: Judy Bridgland

Wither: Geoffrey Banks

Macphee: Geoffrey Banks

Camilla: Sian Lloyd Owen

Dr Dimble: Graham Colclough

Arthur Denniston: Andy Hockley

Grace Ironwood: Daphne Rogers

Mrs Dimble: Tina Gray

Augustus Frost: Terry Molloy

Stone: Steven Granville

Merlin: Robert Eddison

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Unknown: S. Lewis

Unknown: Stephen Mallatratt.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900223]

Dramatised By: Stephen Mallatratt.

Unknown: Vic Gammon

Directed By: Nigel Bryant

Jane Studdock: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Mark Studdock: Andrew Wincott

Fisher King/Feverstone: Steve Hodson

Merlin: Robert Eddison

Arthur Denniston: Andy Hockley

Dr Dimble: Graham Colclough

Macphee /Wither: Geoffrey Banks

C S Lewis: Garard Green

Augustus Frost: Terry Molloy

Tramp: Steven Granville

Jules: Graham Padden

Miss Hardcastle: Judy Bridgland

Filostrato: Roger Hume

Rev Straik: Robin Kyle

Mrs Dimble: Tina Gray

Camilla: Sian Lloyd Owen

Grace Ironwood: Daphne Rogers

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900225]

Dramatised By: Stephen Mallatratt.

Jane Studdock: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Mark Studdock: Andrew Wincott

Fisher-King: Steve Hodson

Merlin: Robert Eddison

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Helena Landless

Piano: Nicholas Kok

Directed By: Gordon House

John Jasper: Ian Holm

Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas

Princess Puffer: Mary Wimbush

Edwin Drood: Mark Payton

Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper

Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay

Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie

Grewgious: John Gabriel

Crisparkle's mother: Hilda Kriseman

Sapsea: Timothy Bateson

Durdles: Gordon Gostelow

Deputy: Susan Sheridan

Mr Honeythunder: David King

Joe: David Goudge

Neville Landless: Simon Treves

Helena Landless: Helena Breck

Maid: Marcia King

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900309]

Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

John Jasper: Ian Holm

Helena Landless: Helena Breck

Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay

Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie

The Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas

Edwin Drood: Mark Payton

Grewgious: John Gabriel

Bazzard: John Samson

Durdles: Gordon Gostelow

Neville Landless: Simon Treves

Deputy: Susan Sheridan

Jeweller: John Moffatt

Princess Puffer: Mary Wimbush

Joe: David Goudge

Sapsea: Timothy Bateson

Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper

Girl: Marcia King

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Ian Holm.

John Jasper: Ian Holm

Grewgious: John Gabriel

Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas

Neville Landless: Simon Treves

Tartar: Michael Cochrane

Joel Waiter: David Goudge

Watchman/Cook: Vincent Brimble

Datchery: John Moffatt

Deputy: Susan Sheridan

Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper

Sapsea: Timothy Bateson

Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie

Durdles: Gordon Gostelow

Helena Landless: Helena Breck

Mrs Billikin: Margot Boyd

Princess Puffer: Mary Wimbush

Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay

Maid: Marcia King

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Arrival Edwin

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Ian Holm.

Unknown: John Jasper

Piano: Nicholas Kok

John Jasper: Ian Holm

Grewgious: John Gabriel

Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas

Datchery: John Moffatt

Princess Puffer: Mary Wimbush

Sapsea: Timothy Bateson

Durdles: Gordon Gostelow

Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie

Helena: Helena Breck

Neville: Simon Treves

Tartar: Michael Cochrane

Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay

Deputy: Susan Sheridan

Honeythunder: David King

Ghost of Mrs Sapsea: Madeline Smith

Crisparkle's mother: Hilda Kriseman

Jack Chinaman: Burt Kwouk

Chinese girl: Noriko Aida

Watchman: David Goudge

Mrs Chopper: Jo Kendall

Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper

Bazzard: John Samson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900325]

Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Ian Holm.

Unknown: John Jasper

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900330]

Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield.

Dramatised By: David Buck.

Unknown: Ian Holm.

Piano: Nicholas Kok

John Jasper: Ian Holm

Datchery: John Moffatt

The Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas

Sapsea: Timothy Bateson

Durdles: Gordon Gostelow

Grewgious: John Gabriel

Tartar: Michael Cochrane

Helena Landless: Helena Breck

Deputy: Susan Sheridan

Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay

Bazzard: John Samson

Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie

Crisparkle's mother: Hilda Kriseman

Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper

Mrs MacSiddons: Anne Jameson

Judge: David King

Doctor/Hangman: Michael Graham Cox

First Constable: David Goudge

Second Constable: Simon Treves

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Unknown: Edwin Drood

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Leon Garfield

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Ian Holm

Unknown: John Jasper.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900406]

Unknown: Jeffrey Segal.

Unknown: Joanne Pearce

Unknown: Miranda Richardson.

Director: Caroline Raphael

Margaret Schlegel: Joanne Pearce

Helen Schlegel: Miranda Richardson

Mrs Wilcox: Gwen Watford

Aunt Juley: June Tobin

Tibby Schlegel: David Phelan

Annie: Jane Leonard

Porter: Robin Summers

Charles Wilcox: David Haig

Paul Wilcox: David Learner

Herr Liesecke: David Learner

Frieda Mosebach: Helena Breck

Leonard Bast: Mick Ford

Jacky Bast: Natasha Pyne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900413]

Unknown: Jeffrey Segal.

Unknown: Joanne Pearce

Unknown: Miranda Richardson

Unknown: Joss Ackland.

Unknown: Mrs Wilcox

Director: Caroline Raphael

Margaret Schlegel: Joanne Pearce

Helen Schlegel: Miranda Richardson

Henry Wilcox: Joss Ackland

Evie Wilcox/Annie: Jane Leonard

Dolly Wilcox: Susie Brann

Charles Wilcox: David Haig

Crane: Arnold Diamond

Tibby Schlegel: David Phelan

Leonard Bast: Mick Ford

Cahill: Bernard Brown

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900420]

Unknown: Jeffrey Segal.

Unknown: Joanne Pearce

Unknown: Miranda Richardson

Unknown: Joss Ackland.

Unknown: Mr Wilcox

Director: Caroline Raphael

Margaret Schlegel: Joanne Pearee

Helen Schlegel: Miranda Richardson

Henry Wilcox: Joss Ackland

Aunt Juley/Mrs Warrington- Wilcox: June Tobin

Frieda Mosebach: Helena Breck

Tibby Schlegel: David Phelan

Dolly Wilcox: Susie Brann

Charles Wilcox: David Haig

MissAvery: Gwen Cherell

Evie Wilcox: Jane Leonard

Crane: Arnold Diamond

Albert Fussell: Trevor Nichols

Col Fussell: David Garth

Leonard Bast: Mick Ford

Jacky Bast: Natasha Pyne

Waiter: James MacPherson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900427]

Unknown: Jeffrey Segal.

Unknown: Joanne Pearce

Unknown: Miranda Richardson

Unknown: Joss Ackland.

Unknown: Mr Wilcox

Director: Caroline Raphael

Margaret Schlegel: Joanne Pearce

Helen Schlegel: Miranda Richardson

Henry Wilcox: Joss Ackland

Dolly Wilcox: Susie Brann

Miss Avery: Gwen Cherrell

Tibby Schlegel: David Phelan

Charles Wilcox: David Haig

Dr Mansbridge: James MacPherson

Tom/Maid: Vicky Ireland

Jacky Bast: Natasha Pyne

Leonard Bast: Mick Ford

Postman: Shaun Prendergast

Paul Wilcox: David Learner

Evie Cahill: Jane Leonard

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900504]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Nick McCarty.

Played By: Maurice Cambridge

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oak: David Burke

Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Liddy/Girl singer: Emily Morgan

Fanny: Hetty Baynes

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Mark Clark: Paul Downing

Bailiff Pennyways: Roger Hammond

Henery Fray: William Eedle

Billy Smallbury: Stephen Garlick

Innkeeper: Danny Schiller

Jacob Smallbury: James Greene

Aunt/Temperance: Penelope Lee

Turnpike keeper: Richard Tate

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900511]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Nick McCarty.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oafc: David Burke

Sergeant Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Farmer Boldwood: Michael N Harbour

Liddy: Emily Morgan

Fanny: Hetty Baynes

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Cainy Ball: Vincent Brimble

Mark Clark: Paul Downing

Henery Fray: William Eedle

Billy Smallbury: Stephen Garlick

Innkeeper: Danny Schiller

Jacob Smallbury: James Greene

Maltster: Norman Bird

Maryanne: Rosalind Adams

Parson Thirdly: Michael Graham Cox

First slattern: Jenny Howe

Second slattern: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900518]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Nick McCarty.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oak: David Burke

Sergeant Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Farmer Boldwood: Michael N Harbour

Liddy: Emily Morgan

Fanny: Hetty Baynes

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Cainy Ball: Vincent Brimble

Bailiff Penny ways: Roger Hammond

Henery Fray: William Eedle

Innkeeper: Danny Schiller

Jacob Smallbury: James Greene

Maryanne: Rosalind Adams

Parson Thirdly: Michael Graham Cox

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900525]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Nick McCarty.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oak: David Burke

Sergeant Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Farmer Boldwood: Michael N Harbour

Liddy: Emily Morgan

Fanny: Hetty Baynes

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Cainy Ball: Vincent Brimble

Henery Fray: William Eedle

Temperance: Penelope Lee

Maryanne: Rosalind Adams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900601]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Nick McCarty.

Unknown: Storyteller Garard Green.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oak: David Burke

Sergeant Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Farmer Boldwood: Michael N Harbour

Liddy: Emily Morgan

Fanny: Hetty Baynes

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Mark Clark: Paul Downing

Doctor: Dale Rapley

Mason: James Greene

Seaman: James Greene

Doctor's wife: Penelope Lee

Maryanne: Rosalind Adams

Parson Thirdly: Michael Graham Cox

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900608]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy.

Unknown: Garard Green

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Bathsheba Everdene: Janet Maw

Gabriel Oak: David Burke

Sergeant Troy: Tim McLnnerny

Farmer Boldwood: Michael N Harbour

Liddy: Emily Morgan

Jan Coggan: Christopher Scott

Joseph Poorgrass: Michael Kilgarriff

Cainy Ball: Vincent Brimble

Mark Clark: Paul Downing

Bailiff Pennyways: Roger Hammond

Wilkins: Nigel Carrington

Matyanne: Rosalind Adams

Parson Thirdly: Michael Graham Cox

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900615]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Unknown: Ian Holm.

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the Quiet American: Adam Henderson

Vigot: Philippe Giraudeau

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Lieutenant: Nicholas Gilbrook

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Granger: Simon Treves

Whore: Marian Diamond

Miss Hei: Marcia King

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900622]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Unknown: Ian Holm.

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Director: David Benedictus

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the Quiet American: Adam Henderson

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Deputy: Burt Kwouk

Commandant: Vincent Brimble

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900629]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Unknown: Ian Holm

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Director: David Benedictus

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle: Adam Henderson

Vigot: Philippe Giraudeau

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Heng: Burt Kwouk

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Miss Hei: Marcia King

Trouin: Simon Treves

Metisse: Tara Dominick

Patron: Nicholas Gilbrook

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900706]

Unknown: Joyce Carey

Unknown: Freddie Jones

Unknown: Gulley Jimson.

Director: William Ingram

Sara Monday: Mary Wimbush

Coker: Heather Bell

Hickson: John Moffatt

Nosy: Stephen Garlick

Plant: John Hollis

Prison officer: Christopher Scott

Alf: Vincent Brimble

First vicar: David King

Second vicar/Policeman: Garard Green

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900713]

Unknown: Joyce Cary

Unknown: Freddie Jones.

Unknown: Gulley Jimson

Dramatised By: William Ingram

Director: Gordon House.

Gulley Jimson: Freddie Jones

A W Alabaster: Adam Godley

Lady Flora Beeder: Petra Davies

Sir William Beeder: Jack May

Coker: Heather Bell

Plant: John Hollis

Mrs Coker: Angela Moran

Nosy: Stephen Garlick

All: Vincent Brimble

Prison officer: Christopher Scott

Woman: Tara Dominick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900720]

Unknown: Joyce Cary

Unknown: Freddie Jones.

Dramatised By: William Ingram

Director: Gordon House.

Gulley Jimson: Freddie Jones

Sara Monday: Mary Wimbush

Coker: Heather Bell

A W Alabaster: Adam Godley

Sir William: Jack May

Lady Flora: Petra Davies

Nosy: Stephen Garlick

Lolie: Jacqueline Tong

Abel: Michael Kilgarriff

Byles: Brian Haines

The Duke: Garard Green

Policeman: Nigel Carrington

Man from the council: Paul Downing

Nurse: Elizabeth Mansfield

Girl: Moir Leslie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900727]

Dramatised By: Peter Buckman

Director: Richard Imison

G K Chesterton: Roger Hammond

Auberon Quin: David Collings

Wilfred Lambert: Kim Wall

James Barker: Stephen Hattersley

President del Fuego: Manning Wilson

Mr Wilson: Stuart Organ

Adam Wayne as a boy: Alexander Goodman

Adam Wayne: Paul McGann

Mr Buck: Aubrey Woods

Mr Mead: Paul Gregory

Mr Bowles: Brian Hewlett

Mr Turnbull: Gordon Reid

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900803]

Unknown: Adam Wayne

Dramatised By: Peter Buckman

Director: Richard Imison.

G K Chesterton: Roger Hammond

Auberon Quin: David Collings

Wilfred Lambert: Kim Wall

James Barker: Stephen Hattersley

Mr Wilson: Stuart Organ

Adam Wayne,: Paul McGann

Mr Buck: Aubrey Woods

Mr Mead: Paul Gregory

Mr Bowles: Brian Hewlett

Mr Turnbull: Gordon Reid

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900810]

Unknown: Lawrence Selden

Narrator: Lily Bart.

Director: Brian Miller.

Lily Bart: Carole Mowlam

Lawrence Selden: Keith Alexander

Simon Rosedale: Alexander John

Mrs Bertha Dorset: Anne-Marie Davies

Judy Trenor: Roberta Hamond

Mr Hudson Bart: Barry Dennen

Mrs Hudson Bart: Jennie Lee

Poleworth: Haydn Andrews

Percy Gryce: Arril Johnson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900817]

Unknown: Edith Wharton

Unknown: Eileen Cullen.

Narrator: June Barrie

Director: Brian Miller.

Lily Bart: Carole Mowlam

Lawrence Selden: Keith Alexander

Judy: Roberta Hamond

Mrs Bertha Dorset: Anne-Marie Davies

George Dorset: Paul Maxwell

Jack Stepney: Stuart Milligan

Carry Fisher: Zhivila Roche

Gwen: Jean Baird

Gus Trenor: John Church

Gerty: Celia Bannerman

Simon Rosedale: Alexander John

Mrs Van Osburgh: Tucker McGuire

Mrs Haffen: Thomasine Heiner

Mrs Peniston: Margot Lawrence

Grace Stepney: Kate Lock

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900824]

Unknown: Edith Wharton

Unknown: Gus Trenor

Adapted By: Eileen Cullen

Director: Brian Miller

Lily Bart: Carole Mowlam

Lawrence Selden: Keith Alexander

Mrs Peniston: Margot Lawrence

Gerty Farish: Celia Bannerman

Van Allstyne: Barry Dennen

Gus Trenor: John Church

Carry Fisher: Zhivila Roche

Jack Stepney: Stuart Milligan

Gwen Van Osburgh: Jean Baird

Simon Rosedale: Alexander John

Mrs Wellington Bry: Pat Field

Mr Wellington Bry: Graham Faulkner

Ned Silverton: Graham Faulkner

Lord Hubert: Anthony Hyde

Mrs Bertha Dorset: Anne-Marie Cole

George Dorset: Paul Maxwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900831]

Unknown: Edith Wharton

Unknown: Lily Bart

Adapted By: Eileen Cullen

Director: Brian Miller.

Lily: Carole Mowlam

Lawrence: Keith Alexander

Carry: Zhivila Roche

Mrs Wellington Bry: Pat Field

George: Paul Maxwell

Duchess: Pauline Letts

Lord Hubert: Anthony Hyde

Mrs Bertha Dorset: Anne-Marie Davies

Gerty: Celia Bannerman

Judy: Roberta Hamond

Simon: Alexander John

Grace: Kate Lock

Mattie: Jayne Lloyd

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900907]

Unknown: Edith Wharton

Adapted By: Eileen Cullen

Director: Brian Miller.

Lily: Carole Mowlam

Lawrence: Keith Alexander

Carry: Zhivila Roche

Simon: Alexander John

Gerty: Celia Bannerman

Miss Kilroy/Nettie: Judith Morse

Miss Haines/Kathleen: Janene Possell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900914]

Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Narrator: Tony Britton.

Adapted By: Denys Hawthorne

Director: Jane Morgan.

Basil Seal: Simon Cadell

Freddy: Brian Miller

Barbara: Jenny Howe

Lady Seal: Elizabeth Kelly

Sir Joshua Mainwaring: Jack May

Angela Lyne: Marian Diamond

Poppet: Joanna Myers

Margot Metroland: Mary Wimbush

Peter Pastmaster: Michael Cochrane

Sonia Trumpington: Jane Whittenshaw

Alastair Trumpington: Simon Treves

Ambrose Silk: Steve Hodson

Bentley: Hugh Dickson

Bomber: Alan Thompson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900921]

Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Narrator: Tony Britton.

Adapted By: Denys Hawthorne

Director: Jane Morgan.

Basil Seal: Simon Cadell

Barbara: Jenny Howe

Doris: Lesley Sharp

Harkness: Timothy Bateson

Mrs Harkness: Auriol Smith

Alastair: Simon Treves

Sonia: Jane Whittenshaw

Ambrose Silk: Steve Hodson

Bentley: Hugh Dickson

Lady Seal: Elizabeth Kelly

Sir Joshua Mainwaring: Jack May

Poppet: Joanna Myers

Sally: Tara Dominick

Peter Pastmaster: Michael Cochrane

Margot Metroland: Mary Wimbush

Todhunter: David King

Freddy: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900928]

Unknown: Evelyn Waugh

Narrator: Tony Britton.

Unknown: Timothy Bateson

Unknown: David King

Unknown: Timothy Carlton

Unknown: Danielle Alan.

Adapted By: Denys Hawthorne

Director: Jane Morgan.

Basil Seal: Simon Cadell

Lady Seal: Elizabeth Kelly

Bomber: Alan Thompson

Susie: Zelah Clarke

Colonel Plum: Nicholas Le Prevost

Molly: Emma Gregory

Peter Pastmaster: Michael Cochrane

Angela Lyne: Marian Diamond

Margot Metroland: Mary Wimbush

Poppet: Joanna Myers

Ambrose Silk: Steve Hodson

Bentley: Hugh Dickson

Sir Joshua Mainwaring: Jack May

Alastair: Simon Treves

Sonia: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900929]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Irene Forsyte.

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: David Spenser.

Director: Janet Whitaker

Galsworthy: Dirk Bogarde

Old Jolyon: Michael Hordern

Soames Forsyte: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James Forsyte: Maurice Denham

Aunt Ann: Fabia Drake

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

Aunt Juley: Renee Asherson

June Forsyte: Angela Pleasence

Philip Bosinney: Michael Cochrane

Swithin Forsyte: David March

Roger Forsyte: John Moffatt

George Forsyte: Christopher Good

Nicholas Forsyte: John Gabriel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901006]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Robin Hill

Dramatised By: Shirley Gee

Director: Janet Whitaker.

OdJolyon: Michael Hordem

Soames: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James: Maurice Denham

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

AuntJuley: Renee Asherson

Emily: Maxine Audley

June: Angela Pleasence

Bosinney: Michael Cochrane

Swithin: David March

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Dartie: Donald Gee

George: Christopher Good

Francie: Susan Sheridan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901013]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Unknown: Michael Hordern

OtdJolyon: Michael Hordem

Soames: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James: Maurice Denham

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

AuntJuley: Renee Asherson

Emily: Maxine Audley

June: Angela Pleasence

Bosinney: Michael Cochrane

Swithin: David March

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Dartie: Donald Gee

George: Christopher Good

Nicholas: John Gabriel

Mrs Macander: Jo Kendall

Justice Bentham: John Moffatt

Young Chankery: Charles Simpson !

Waterbuck, QC: David King

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901020]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Old Jolyon: Michael Hordem

Soames: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James: Maurice Denham

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

Aunt Juley: Renee Asherson

June: Angela Pleasence

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Annette: Shelley Thompson

George: Christopher Good

Mme Lamotte: Jo Kendall

Francie: Susan Sheridan

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Val: Dale Rapley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901027]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Shirley Gee

Director: Sue Wilson.

Soames: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James: Maurice Denham

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

Aunt Juley: Renée Asherson

Emily: Maxine Audley

June: Angela Pleasence

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Jolly: Paul Downing

Val: Dale Rapley

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Montague Dartie: Donald Gee

Dreamer: Simon Treves

Polteed: Brian Miller

Francie: Susan Sheridan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901103]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Tara Dominick

Unknown: Jo Kendall

Unknown: Leonard Fenton.

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Soames: Alan Howard

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

James: Maurice Denham

Aunt Hester: Rachel Kempson

AuntJuley: Renee Asherson

Emily: Maxine Audley

Old Jolyon: Michael Hordem

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Jolly: Paul Downing

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Francie: Susan Sheridan

MrPolteed: Brian Miller

Doctor: James Greene

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901110]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Young Jolyon

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Soames Forsyte: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Jon: Gary Cady

Irene: Diana Quick

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

June: Angela Pleasence

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Winifred: Fiona Walker

George: Christopher Good

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Val: Dale Rapley

Timothy: David King

Smither: Jo Kendall

Imogen: Tara Dominick

Jack Cardigan: Vincent Brimble

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901116]

Unknown: John Galsworthy.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901117]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Young Jolyon

Unknown: Danielle Allen

Unknown: Christopher Good.

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

Irene: Diana Quick

Jon: Gary Cady

Old Jolyon: Michael Hordern

June: Angela Pleasence

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Timothy: David King

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Val: Dale Rapley

Gradman: Brian Miller

Smither: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901123]

Unknown: John Galsworthy.

Unknown: Young Jolyon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901124]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Sue Wilson.

Soames: Alan Howard

Young Jolyon: Michael Williams

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Irene: Diana Quick

Jon: Gary Cady

June: Angela Pleasence

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Monsieur Profond/George: Christopher Good

Val: Dale Rapley

Gradman: Brian Miller

Desk clerk: Nicholas Gilbrook

Austrian maid: Sue Broomfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901130]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19901201]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Wilfred Desert.

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Sue Wilson.

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael: Gary Bond

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

June: Angela Pleasence

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Tony Bicket: Stephen Garlick

George Forsyte: Christopher Good

Sir Luke Sharman: John Moffatt

Mr Elderson: Donald Gee

Butterfield: Nicholas Gilbrook

Aubrey Greene: John Bull

Gradman/Cuthbert Mothergil: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901207]

Unknown: John Galsworthy.

Unknown: Wilfred Desert.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901208]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Eispeth Sandys

Director: Sue Wilson.

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael: Gary Bond

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Jon Forsyte: Gary Cady

Victorine Bicket: Sue Broomfield

Tony Bicket: Stephen Garlick

Aubrey Green: John Bull

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Elderson: Donald Gee

Butterfield: Nicholas Gilbrook

Sir Luke Sharman: John Moffatt

Stack: Danny Schiller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901214]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19901215]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Marjorie Ferrar: Belinda Lang

Francis Wilmot: Simon Treves

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Marquess of Shropshire: Jack May

Gradman: Brian Miller

Mr Bergfeld: Ben Onwukwe

Mrs Bergfeld: Tara Dominick

Boddick: David Bannerman

Lord Charles Ferrar: James Greene

Sir Luke Sharman: John Moffatt

Mr Sawdry: Ian Lindsay

Philip Quinsey: Ian Lindsay

Mr Tolby: Danny Schiller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901221]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19901222]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Marjorie Ferrar

Unknown: Fleur Mont

Unknown: Michael Mont

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Marquess of Shropshire: Jack May

Mr Settlewhite: David King

Sir James Foggart: Michael Kilgarriff

Mr Bergfeld: Ben Onwukwe

Mrs Bergfeld: Tara Dominick

Boddick: David Bannerman

Bicket: Stephen Garlick

Lord Charles Ferrar: James Greene

Editor: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901229]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Sue Wilson.

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Annette: Shelley Thompson

Marjorie Ferrar: Belinda Lang

Sir Alex MacGown: Stuart McGugan

Jon: Gary Cady

Anne: Catherine Furshpan

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Francis: Simon Treves

Val: Dale Rapley

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Stainford: Christopher Scott

American woman: Jo Kendall

Foskisson: Brian Miller

Bullfry: Garard Green

Justice Brane: Danny Schiller

Mrs Maltese: Sue Broomfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910104]

The Forsyte Chronicles by John Galsworthy.

14: Marjorie takes the stand but winners can be losers and Fleur plays a dangerous game.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910104]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910105]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

15: The Forbidden Fruit

Is the picture an omen? Suspicion is Soames's nature... wanting and having is Fleur's.

Pianist Mary Nash. Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys

Director Sue Wilson , Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Sue Wilson

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael: Gary Bond

Jon: Gary Cady

June: Angela Pleasence

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Anne: Catherine Furshpan

Stamford: Christopher Scott

Marquess: Jack May

Harold Blade: Ben Onwukwe

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Val: Dale Rapley

Hilary Cherrell: David King

May Cherrell: Mary Allen

William Bentworth: Danny Schiller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910105]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Sue Wilson

Soames: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael: Gary Bond

Jon: Gary Cady

June: Angela Pleasence

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Anne: Catherine Furshpan

Stamford: Christopher Scott

Marquess: Jack May

Harold Blade: Ben Onwukwe

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Val: Dale Rapley

Hilary Cherrell: David King

May Cherrell: Mary Allen

William Bentworth: Danny Schiller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910111]

The Forsyte Chronicles Part 15.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910112]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

16: Fleur decides to claim

Jon as her own - but she's reckoned without Anne. Soames tries to find his roots, but when disaster strikes, realises Fleur is his only pleasure in life. with John Bull and Jenny Howe.

Pianist Mary Nash. Episode dramatised by David Spenser

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Jenny Howe.

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Soames Forsyte: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Jon: Gary Cady

June: Angela Pleasence

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Anne: Catherine Furshpan

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Va/: Dale Rapley

Gradman: Brian Miller

Harold Blade: Ben Onwukwe

Stamford: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910112]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Jenny Howe.

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Soames Forsyte: Alan Howard

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Jon: Gary Cady

June: Angela Pleasence

Winifred: Fiona Walker

Anne: Catherine Furshpan

Holly: Elizabeth Mansfield

Va/: Dale Rapley

Gradman: Brian Miller

Harold Blade: Ben Onwukwe

Stamford: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910118]

The Forsyte Chronicles

John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes.

16: Fleur decides to claim

Jon as her own - but she's reckoned without Anne.

Soames tries to find his roots, but, when disaster strikes, realises Fleur is his only pleasure in life. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910118]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910119]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

17: It is 1928. The

Cherrells of Condaford

Grange are related to the Forsytes through the marriage of Fleur Forsyte to Michael Mont , whose mother was a Cherrell.

Older-established but less well-off than the Forsytes, they have their own family problems.

Episode dramatised by David Spenser

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Michael Mont

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

Professor Hallorsen: Peter Marinker

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Lady Cherrell: Mary Allen

Lord Saxenden: Michael Kilgarriff

Diana Ferse: Moir Leslie

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Lionel Cherrell: James Greene

Castro: John Bull

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910119]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Michael Mont

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

Professor Hallorsen: Peter Marinker

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Lady Cherrell: Mary Allen

Lord Saxenden: Michael Kilgarriff

Diana Ferse: Moir Leslie

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Lionel Cherrell: James Greene

Castro: John Bull

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910125]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 parts. 17: It is 1928. The

Cherrells of Condaford

Grange are related to the Forsytes through the marriage of Fleur to

Michael, whose mother was a Cherrell.

Older-established but less well off than the Forsytes, they have their own family problems.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910125]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910126]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes. narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

18: Captain Ferse returns from a mental institution

- but is he truly recovered. and will Hubert resist extradition to Bolivia?

Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys

Director Anthony Cornish. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Captain Ferse: Jack Klaff

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

General Sir Conuay Cherrell: Garard Green

Marquess of Shropshire: Jack May

Prof Hallorsen: Peter Marinker

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Diana Ferse: Moir Leslie

Lady Elizabeth Cherrell: Mary Allen

Lord Saxcnden: Michael Kilgarriff

Millicent Pole: Lois Burgess

Hobbic Ferrar: Ian Lindsay

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910126]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Captain Ferse: Jack Klaff

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

General Sir Conuay Cherrell: Garard Green

Marquess of Shropshire: Jack May

Prof Hallorsen: Peter Marinker

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Diana Ferse: Moir Leslie

Lady Elizabeth Cherrell: Mary Allen

Lord Saxcnden: Michael Kilgarriff

Millicent Pole: Lois Burgess

Hobbic Ferrar: Ian Lindsay

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910201]

The Forsyte Chronicles

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

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910202]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

19: Captain Ferse is pursued and Hubert stands trial, while Dinny tries hard to help.

Pianist: Mary Nash Episode dramatised by David Spenser

Director Anthony Cornish. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Mary Nash

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Anthony Cornish.

: Sophie Thompson

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Lady Emily: Dorothy Tutin

Clare: Miranda Foster

Captain Ferse: Jack Klaff

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

General Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

Lady Elizabeth: Mary Allen

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Bobbie Ferrar: Ian Lindsay

Walter: Peter Howell

Neil Wintney: James Greene

MrBondy: David Bannerman

Mr Frewen: Christopher Scott

Blore: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910202]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Pianist: Mary Nash

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Anthony Cornish.

: Sophie Thompson

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Lady Emily: Dorothy Tutin

Clare: Miranda Foster

Captain Ferse: Jack Klaff

Hilary Cherrell: David King

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

General Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Hubert Cherrell: Simon Treves

Lady Elizabeth: Mary Allen

Alan Tasburgh: Paul Rattigan

Jean Tasburgh: Danielle Allan

Bobbie Ferrar: Ian Lindsay

Walter: Peter Howell

Neil Wintney: James Greene

MrBondy: David Bannerman

Mr Frewen: Christopher Scott

Blore: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910208]

The Forsyte Chronicles Part 19.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910209]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

20: It is 1930. Dinny is still 'a maid in waiting', but for how much longer? A book of poetry is to decide her fate. With and Piano Mary Nash.

Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Piano: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Fleur: Amandaredman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Adrian: John Moffatt

Sir Conway: Garard Green

Lady Cherrell: Mary Allen

Hilary: David King

Hubert: Simon Treves

Jean: Danielle Allan

Stack: Danny Schiller

Telford Yule: Christopher Scott

Compton Grice: John Bull

Kit: Jody McDonald

Kit: Nigel Carrington

Kit: Leonard Fenton.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910209]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Piano: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Fleur: Amandaredman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Adrian: John Moffatt

Sir Conway: Garard Green

Lady Cherrell: Mary Allen

Hilary: David King

Hubert: Simon Treves

Jean: Danielle Allan

Stack: Danny Schiller

Telford Yule: Christopher Scott

Compton Grice: John Bull

Kit: Jody McDonald

Kit: Nigel Carrington

Kit: Leonard Fenton.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910215]

The Forsyte Chronicles

Part 20.

Stereo (Broadcast Sat 7.45pm;

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910216]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

21: Dinny is deeply in love, but everyone seems against her and Wilfred - especially Jack Muskham. Will Wilfred stand and fight? Dinny Cherrell....SOPHIE THOMPSON

Episode dramatised by David Spenser

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Jack Muskham.

Unknown: Sophie Thompson

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Adrian: John Moffatt

SirConway: Garard Green

Stack: Danny Schiller

Jean: Danielle Allan

Compton Grice: John Bull

Telford Yule: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910216]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Jack Muskham.

Unknown: Sophie Thompson

Dramatised By: David Spenser

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Adrian: John Moffatt

SirConway: Garard Green

Stack: Danny Schiller

Jean: Danielle Allan

Compton Grice: John Bull

Telford Yule: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910222]

The Forsyte Chronicles Part 21.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910223]

The Forsyte Chronicles John Galsworthy 's saga dramatised in 23 episodes, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

22: Mr Domford, the newly-elected MP for Condaford. is quite smitten with Dinny Cherrell , but she is still haunted by the shades of an important true love.

Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys

Director Anthony Cornish. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Dinny Cherrell

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Sir Gerald Corven: James Warwick

Clare Corven: Miranda Foster

Eustace Dornford: David Yelland

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Tony Croom: Matthew Solon

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

General Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Lady Elizabeth: Mary Allen

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Betty: Elizabeth Kelly

Stack: Danny Schiller

Mr Chayne: Stephen Garlick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910223]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Unknown: Dinny Cherrell

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Anthony Cornish.

Dinny Cherrell: Sophie Thompson

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Sir Gerald Corven: James Warwick

Clare Corven: Miranda Foster

Eustace Dornford: David Yelland

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Tony Croom: Matthew Solon

Adrian Cherrell: John Moffatt

General Sir Conway Cherrell: Garard Green

Lady Elizabeth: Mary Allen

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Betty: Elizabeth Kelly

Stack: Danny Schiller

Mr Chayne: Stephen Garlick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910301]

The Forsyte Chronicles

Part 22.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910302]

The Forsyte Chronicles The final episode of John Galsworthy 's saga, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.

A society divorce scandal shocks the Cherrells. But the outcome leaves Dinny in a quandary. Fleur and Dinny, usually so different, both show their generosity.

Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys

Director and series producer Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Producer: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherreli: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Eustace Dornford: David Yelland

Clare Cherreli: Miranda Foster

Sir Gerald Corven: James Warwick

Tony Croom: Matthew Solon

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Stack: Danny Schiller

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Hilary: David King

Adrian: John Moffatt

Very Young Roger: Vincent Brimble

Mrlnstone: James Greene

Little boy: William Wortley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910302]

Unknown: John Galsworthy

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Producer: Janet Whitaker.

Dinny Cherreli: Sophie Thompson

Lady Mont: Dorothy Tutin

Sir Lawrence Mont: Paul Daneman

Fleur: Amanda Redman

Michael Mont: Gary Bond

Eustace Dornford: David Yelland

Clare Cherreli: Miranda Foster

Sir Gerald Corven: James Warwick

Tony Croom: Matthew Solon

Wilfred Desert: Philip Sully

Stack: Danny Schiller

Jack Muskham: Aubrey Woods

Hilary: David King

Adrian: John Moffatt

Very Young Roger: Vincent Brimble

Mrlnstone: James Greene

Little boy: William Wortley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910308]

The Forsyte Chronicles Final part.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910315]

MEW Fair Stood the NEW Wind for France A three-part adaptation of H E Bates's best-selling novel based on the author's experiences in the RAF. 1: Four young airmen crash-land in France, but is it Vichy or Occupied?

And whom can they trust? Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910316]

Fair Stood the Wind for France by H E Bates, dramatised in three parts.

2: Franklin's situation is desperate. The other airmen are anxious to escape Occupied France, but can they leave him?

Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director David Benedictus

Stereo

Contributors

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Franklin: Sean Pertwee

Francoise: Adie Allen

O'Connor: Robert Glenister

Sanders: Andrew Wincott

Taylor: Peter Wingfield

Grandmother: Pauline Letts

Father: Stanley Lebor

Pierre: Ian Lindsay

Mathilde: Marian Diamond

Guillaume: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910316]

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Franklin: Sean Pertwee

Francoise: Adie Allen

O'Connor: Robert Glenister

Sanders: Andrew Wincott

Taylor: Peter Wingfield

Grandmother: Pauline Letts

Father: Stanley Lebor

Pierre: Ian Lindsay

Mathilde: Marian Diamond

Guillaume: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910322]

Fair Stood the Wind for France

Part 2.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910323]

Fair Stood the Wind for France by H E Bates.

Final part: Franklin and Francoise travel south. Their destination is

Marseille. What they find there is what they least expect - With Marian Diamond and Andrew Wincott.

Dramatised by Gregory Evans

Director David Benedictus. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Marian Diamond

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Director: David Benedictus.

Franklin: Sean Pertwee

Françoise: Adie Allen

O'Connor: Robert Glenister

Pierre: Ian Lindsay

Georges: Stanley Lebor

Miss Campbell: Pauline Letts

Miss Baker: Elizabeth Kelly

Clerk: Peter Wingfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910323]

Unknown: Marian Diamond

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Director: David Benedictus.

Franklin: Sean Pertwee

Françoise: Adie Allen

O'Connor: Robert Glenister

Pierre: Ian Lindsay

Georges: Stanley Lebor

Miss Campbell: Pauline Letts

Miss Baker: Elizabeth Kelly

Clerk: Peter Wingfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910329]

Fair Stood the Wind for France

Final Part.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910330]

The Absentee

A two-part adaptation of Maria Edgeworth 's epic saga of an Anglo-Irish family, published in 1812. 1: Lady Clonbrony, determined to be accepted by fashionable London society, has sunk her family into debt to the moneylender Mordecai. She wants her son to make a good marriage, but his affections are not to be bought.

With Fraser Kerr , Danielle Allan , Emma Gregory , Jenny Howe , Elizabeth Kelly , Auriol Smith , Ian Lindsay and Andrew Wincott.

Adapted by Nick McCarty

Producer Claire Grove. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Unknown: Fraser Kerr

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Producer: Claire Grove.

Lord Colambre: Stephen Rea

Grace Nugent: Anna Healy

Lord Clonbrony: T P McKenna

Lady Clonbrony: Franchine Mulrooney

Whipp: Ben Onwukwe

Paddy/Larry: Billy Boyle

Sir Terence O'Fay: James Berwick

Mordecai: Terence Edmond

Sir James Brooke: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910330]

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Unknown: Fraser Kerr

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Adapted By: Nick McCarty

Producer: Claire Grove.

Lord Colambre: Stephen Rea

Grace Nugent: Anna Healy

Lord Clonbrony: T P McKenna

Lady Clonbrony: Franchine Mulrooney

Whipp: Ben Onwukwe

Paddy/Larry: Billy Boyle

Sir Terence O'Fay: James Berwick

Mordecai: Terence Edmond

Sir James Brooke: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910405]

The Absentee

A two-part adaptation of Maria Edgeworth 's novel. 1: Lady Clonbrony, determined to be accepted by fashionable London society, has sunk her family into debt to a moneylender. She wants her son to make a good marriage, but his affections are not to be bought.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910405]

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910406]

The Absentee

The second half of Maria Edgeworth 's saga of an Anglo-Irish family, published in 1812. Lord Colambre has travelled to Ireland for the first time to visit the Clonbrony estates but, unknown to him, Lady Dashfort is determined to trap him into marriage with her daughter Isabel.

With Fraser Kerr , Danielle Allan , Emma Gregory , Jenny Howe , Elizabeth Kelly , Auriol Smith ,

Ian Lindsay , Andrew Wincott and Terence Edmond.

Music played and arranged by Andrew Dodge.

Adapted by Nick McCarty

Producer Claire Grove. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Unknown: Fraser Kerr

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Andrew Wincott

Unknown: Terence Edmond.

Arranged By: Andrew Dodge.

Producer: Claire Grove.

Lord Colambre: Stephen Rea

Paddy: Billy Boyle

Whipp: Ben 0nwukwe

Terence O'Fay: James Berwick

Lord Clonbrony: T P McKenna

Lady Clonbrony: Franch1ne Mulrooney

Grace Nugent: Anna Healy

0'Halloran: Shay Gorman

Garraghty: John O'Mahoney

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910406]

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth

Unknown: Fraser Kerr

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Andrew Wincott

Unknown: Terence Edmond.

Arranged By: Andrew Dodge.

Adapted By: Nick McCarty

Producer: Claire Grove.

Lord Colambre: Stephen Rea

Paddy: Billy Boyle

Whipp: Ben 0nwukwe

Terence O'Fay: James Berwick

Lord Clonbrony: T P McKenna

Lady Clonbrony: Franch1ne Mulrooney

Grace Nugent: Anna Healy

0'Halloran: Shay Gorman

Garraghty: John O'Mahoney

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910412]

The Absentee by Maria Edgeworth. Second half.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910412]

Unknown: Maria Edgeworth.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910413]

NEWThe Mill on the Floss

The first of a five-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's most popular and widely-read novel. 1: Boy and Girl

While Mr Tulliver plans a fine education for Tom,

Maggie learns of a disaster concerning rabbits left in her care.

Dramatised by Michelene Wand ' Director Philip Martin. Stereo

(Repeated on Friday at 3.00pnn

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Dramatised By: Michelene Wand

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Hilary Martin

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Mrs Dean: Hedli Niklaus

Lucy: Melissa Katsouus

Mrs Pullet: Heather Barrett

Mrs Moss: Sunny Ormonde

Mr Pullet/Mr Moss/Mr Kilty: Brian Mille

Bob: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910413]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Dramatised By: Michelene Wand

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Hilary Martin

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Mrs Dean: Hedli Niklaus

Lucy: Melissa Katsouus

Mrs Pullet: Heather Barrett

Mrs Moss: Sunny Ormonde

Mr Pullet/Mr Moss/Mr Kilty: Brian Mille

Bob: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910419]

The Mill on the Floss

A five-part adaptation of George Eliot 's novel. 1: Boy and Girl

While Mr Tulliver plans a fine education for Tom, Maggie learns of a disaster concerning rabbits left in her care.

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910419]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910420]

The Mill on the Floss George Eliot 's popular novel adapted in five parts. 2: Home and School

The love Maggie has for her brother Tom has been shattered by his preference for their cousin Lucy.

Accused by her aunt of looking like a gypsy, she has run away from home.

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Hilary Martin

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Young Philip: Sam Barriscale

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mrs Dean: Hedli Niklaus

Mrs Pullet: Heather Barrett

Mrs Moss: Sunny Ormonde

Mr Moss: Brian Miller

Mr Poulter: Brian Miller

Mr Gore: Brian Miller

RevStelling: Simon Carter

Woman: Susan Mansell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910420]

Unknown: George Eliot

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Hilary Martin

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Young Philip: Sam Barriscale

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mrs Dean: Hedli Niklaus

Mrs Pullet: Heather Barrett

Mrs Moss: Sunny Ormonde

Mr Moss: Brian Miller

Mr Poulter: Brian Miller

Mr Gore: Brian Miller

RevStelling: Simon Carter

Woman: Susan Mansell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910426]

The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot.

2: Home and School

The love Maggie has for her brother Tom has been shattered by his preference for their cousin Lucy. Accused by her aunt of looking like a gypsy, she has run away from home.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910426]

Unknown: George Eliot.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427]

The Mill on the Floss A five-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's novel. 3: Home and Work

Mr Tulliver has lost a law suit over the irrigation rights to his mill. With the bailiffs about to call, Tom decides it is time to leave school and find a situation.

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: , Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Bob/Clerk: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Mr Tulliver

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: , Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Mrs Glegg: Joyce Gibbs

Mr Glegg: Geoff Serle

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Bob/Clerk: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910504]

The Mill on the Floss

A five-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's novel. 4: Loss and Love

Because of a long-standing feud between their families, Maggie and Philip Wakem have been meeting in secret. When Tom discovers this he feels angry and betrayed.

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Philip Wakem

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

MrsTulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Lucy Dean: Moir Leslie

Stephen Guest: Nicholas Gilbrook

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Bob: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910504]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Philip Wakem

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

MrsTulliver: Tina Gray

Mr Tulliver: Terry Molloy

Lucy Dean: Moir Leslie

Stephen Guest: Nicholas Gilbrook

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Mr Dean: Michael Kilgarriff

Bob: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910510]

The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot. 4: Loss and Love

A long-standing feud between their families has forced Maggie and Philip Wakem to meet in secret. When Tom discovers this he feels angry and betrayed.

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot.

Unknown: Philip Wakem

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910510]

Unknown: George Eliot.

Unknown: Philip Wakem

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910511]

The Mill on the Floss

The last of a five-part adaptation of George Eliot 's novel.

Loving and Losing

Despite the continuing feud between their families, Philip has a plan that he believes will restore happiness to Maggie Tulliver.

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Maggie Tulliver.

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Lucy: Moir Leslie

Stephen: Nicholas Gilbrook

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Bob: Paul Downing

Torry: Paul Downing

Dr Cairn: Simon Carter

Sailor: Simon Carter

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910511]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Maggie Tulliver.

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Philip Martin.

Philip: Michael Fitzgerald

Maggie: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Tom: Richard Pearce

Mrs Tulliver: Tina Gray

Lucy: Moir Leslie

Stephen: Nicholas Gilbrook

Mr Wakem: Roger Hume

Bob: Paul Downing

Torry: Paul Downing

Dr Cairn: Simon Carter

Sailor: Simon Carter

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910517]

The Mill on the Floss The final part of George Eliot 's novel. Loving and Losing

Despite the continuing feud between their families, Philip has a plan that he believes will restore happiness to Maggie Tulliver.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Maggie Tulliver.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910517]

Unknown: George Eliot

Unknown: Maggie Tulliver.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910518]

Goodbye Mr Chips James Hilton 's novel adapted in two parts. 1: In comfortable retirement at

Mrs Wickett 's, just across the way from Brookfield, the gentle old schoolmaster has a thousand tangled memories of more than 60 years at his beloved school.

Dramatised by Margaret Simpson Director Graham Gauld

Contributors

Unknown: James Hilton

Unknown: Mrs Wickett

Dramatised By: Margaret Simpson

Director: Graham Gauld

Mr Chipping: John Church

Mrs Wickett: Katherine Parr

Kathie: Lolly Cockerell

DrMerivale: Lewis Stringer

Wetherby: Godfrey Kenton

Lucy: Hilda Schroder

Rowden: Alaric Cotter

Barker: John Bott

Whitby: John McAndrew

Mildrum: John Forbes-Robertson

Bryce: Haydn Wood

Brookfield boys: Adrian Breeze

Brookfield boys: Matthew Emerson

Brookfield boys: Ian Land

Mission boys: Paul Beardshaw

Mission boys: Colin McDonagh

Mission boys: Stuart Sampson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910518]

Unknown: James Hilton

Unknown: Mrs Wickett

Dramatised By: Margaret Simpson

Director: Graham Gauld

Mr Chipping: John Church

Mrs Wickett: Katherine Parr

Kathie: Lolly Cockerell

DrMerivale: Lewis Stringer

Wetherby: Godfrey Kenton

Lucy: Hilda Schroder

Rowden: Alaric Cotter

Barker: John Bott

Whitby: John McAndrew

Mildrum: John Forbes-Robertson

Bryce: Haydn Wood

Brookfield boys: Adrian Breeze

Brookfield boys: Matthew Emerson

Brookfield boys: Ian Land

Mission boys: Paul Beardshaw

Mission boys: Colin McDonagh

Mission boys: Stuart Sampson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910524]

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, in five parts. 1: The Feast of Fools

Paris, 4 January 1482.

Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson.

Translated by John Sturrock Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Translated By: John Sturrock

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Robin Poussepain: Dominic Rickhards

Michel Giborne: John Bull

Mahiette: Joanna MacKie

Oudarde: Jo Kendall

Thérèse: Elaine Caxton

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

The Recluse: Joan Matheson

Coppenole: Richard Tate

Usher: Ken Cumberlidge

Bailiff: David Goudge

Old woman: Eva Stuart

Girl: Alice Arnold

Woman: Marcia King

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910524]

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Translated By: John Sturrock

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Robin Poussepain: Dominic Rickhards

Michel Giborne: John Bull

Mahiette: Joanna MacKie

Oudarde: Jo Kendall

Thérèse: Elaine Caxton

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

The Recluse: Joan Matheson

Coppenole: Richard Tate

Usher: Ken Cumberlidge

Bailiff: David Goudge

Old woman: Eva Stuart

Girl: Alice Arnold

Woman: Marcia King

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910525]

Goodbye Mr Chips

The second of a two-part adaptation of James Hilton 's novel.

Although considered a confirmed bachelor by his colleagues and pupils, Mr Chipping has surprised them all by marrying Kathie, a girl 20 years younger than himself.

Dramatised by Margaret Simpson Director Graham Gauld

Contributors

Unknown: James Hilton

Unknown: Mr Chipping

Dramatised By: Margaret Simpson

Director: Graham Gauld

Mr Chipping: John Church

Mrs Wickett: Katherine Parr

Kathie: Lolly Cockerell

DrMerivale: Lewis Stringer

Sutton: Gordon Reid

Ralston: Nigel Anthony

Chatteris: Walter Hall

Slaefel: Graham Faulkner

Wetherby: Godfrey Kenton

Williams: Christopher Scott

Wadham: Harold Reese

Barker: John Bott

Deakin: John Gray

Midwife: Sonia Fraser

Linford: Arthur Haycraft

Brookfield boys: Adam Bass

Brookfield boys: Matthew Emerson

Brookfield boys: Ian Land

Brookfield boys: Adam Landor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910525]

Unknown: James Hilton

Unknown: Mr Chipping

Dramatised By: Margaret Simpson

Director: Graham Gauld

Mr Chipping: John Church

Mrs Wickett: Katherine Parr

Kathie: Lolly Cockerell

DrMerivale: Lewis Stringer

Sutton: Gordon Reid

Ralston: Nigel Anthony

Chatteris: Walter Hall

Slaefel: Graham Faulkner

Wetherby: Godfrey Kenton

Williams: Christopher Scott

Wadham: Harold Reese

Barker: John Bott

Deakin: John Gray

Midwife: Sonia Fraser

Linford: Arthur Haycraft

Brookfield boys: Adam Bass

Brookfield boys: Matthew Emerson

Brookfield boys: Ian Land

Brookfield boys: Adam Landor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910531]

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, in five parts. 2: Monster and Maiden

Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson. Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire:. Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeraida: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Robert D'Estouteville: Richard Tate

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

Dame de Gondelaurier: Eva Stuart

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Robin Poussepain: Dominic Rickhards

Florian Barbedienne: Norman Bird

Clerk ,: Ian Targett

Mahiette: Joanna MacKie

Oudarde: Jo Kendall

Thérèse: Elaine Caxton

Recluse: Joan Matheson

Fleur de Lys: Zelah Clarke

Berangère: Allce Arnold

Amelotte: Melinda Walker

Diane: Marcia King

Beggar: David Goudge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910531]

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire:. Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeraida: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Robert D'Estouteville: Richard Tate

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

Dame de Gondelaurier: Eva Stuart

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Robin Poussepain: Dominic Rickhards

Florian Barbedienne: Norman Bird

Clerk ,: Ian Targett

Mahiette: Joanna MacKie

Oudarde: Jo Kendall

Thérèse: Elaine Caxton

Recluse: Joan Matheson

Fleur de Lys: Zelah Clarke

Berangère: Allce Arnold

Amelotte: Melinda Walker

Diane: Marcia King

Beggar: David Goudge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910601]

The Quiet American Graham Greene 's novel adapted in three episodes. 1: It is Saigon in the early 50s. A burnt-out British journalist has fallen in love with a local girl but the arrival of an apparently innocent economic attache disrupts both their relationship and the teetering balance of power.

Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director David Benedictus

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the quiet American: Adam Henderson

Vigot: Philippe Giraudeau

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Lieutenant: Nicholas Gilbrook

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Granger: Simon Treves

Whore: Marian Diamond

MissHei: Marcia King

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910601]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the quiet American: Adam Henderson

Vigot: Philippe Giraudeau

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Lieutenant: Nicholas Gilbrook

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Granger: Simon Treves

Whore: Marian Diamond

MissHei: Marcia King

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910607]

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, adapted in five episodes.

Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson. Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie

3: The Phantom Priest Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

FleurdeLys: Zelah Clarke

Dame de Gondelaurier: Eva Stuart

Berangère: Allce Arnold

Diane: Marcia King

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Verger: Christopher Scott

Charmolue: Philip Sully

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910607]

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie

3: The Phantom Priest Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

FleurdeLys: Zelah Clarke

Dame de Gondelaurier: Eva Stuart

Berangère: Allce Arnold

Diane: Marcia King

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Verger: Christopher Scott

Charmolue: Philip Sully

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910608]

The Quiet American Graham Greene 's novel adapted in three episodes. 2: Fowler travels into the battle zone but even there he is not safe from Pyle, who has a serious confession to make.

Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director David Benedictus Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the quiet American: Adam Henderson

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Deputy: Burt Kwouk

Commandant: Vincent Brimble

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910608]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the quiet American: Adam Henderson

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Deputy: Burt Kwouk

Commandant: Vincent Brimble

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910614]

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery, in five parts. 4: Sanctuary!

Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson. Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Oermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Fro/to: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

President of Court: Geoffrey Whitehead

Charmolue: Philip Sully

Torturer: Simon Cuff

The recluse: Joan Matheson

FleurdeLys: Zelah Clarke

Old woman: Eva Stuart

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910614]

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Oermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Fro/to: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

President of Court: Geoffrey Whitehead

Charmolue: Philip Sully

Torturer: Simon Cuff

The recluse: Joan Matheson

FleurdeLys: Zelah Clarke

Old woman: Eva Stuart

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910615]

The Quiet American The last episode of a three-part adaptation of Graham Greene 's novel.

Pyle's well-intentioned interference leads to tragedy for the people of Saigon and for himself, and a supremely ironic outcome for Fowler.

Dramatised by Gregory Evans Director David Benedictus Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the Quiet American: Adam Henderson

VigOt: Philippe Giraudeau

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Heng: Burt Kwouk

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Miss Hei: Marcia King

Trouin: Simon Treves

Metisse: Tara Dominick

Patron: Nicholas Gilbrook

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910615]

Unknown: Graham Greene

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Fowler: Ian Holm

Pyle, the Quiet American: Adam Henderson

VigOt: Philippe Giraudeau

Dominguez: Sam Dastor

Heng: Burt Kwouk

Phuong: Lucy Sheen

Joe: Vincent Brimble

Miss Hei: Marcia King

Trouin: Simon Treves

Metisse: Tara Dominick

Patron: Nicholas Gilbrook

Helen: Marian Diamond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910621]

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The last part of Victor Hugo 's tale of doomed love and the fear of sorcery.

The Little Shoe

Music by Philip Pickett , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson. Dramatised by Catherine L Czerkawska

Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

Recluse: Joan Matheson

Hangman: Simon Cuff

Serjeant: Peter Craze

Soldier: Ian Targett

Commander: Ken Cumberlidge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910621]

Unknown: Victor Hugo

Music By: Philip Pickett

Music By: Tom Finucane

Music By: Stephen Henderson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Phoebus: Christopher Bowen

Pierre Gringoire: Dermot Crowley

Quasimodo: Jack Klaff

Esmeralda: Emily Morgan

Dom Claude Frollo: Nigel Terry

Jehan Frollo: Ian Michie

Clopin: Joe Dunlop

Recluse: Joan Matheson

Hangman: Simon Cuff

Serjeant: Peter Craze

Soldier: Ian Targett

Commander: Ken Cumberlidge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910622]

NEW Sense and Sensibility

Jane Austen 's novel adapted in four parts. 1: Barton Cottage It is 1810, and the recently widowed

Mrs Dashwood and her three daughters have been forced out of their family home. They move to a cottage in Devon, where Marianne is swept off her feet by a capricious stranger.

Piano Mary Nash.

Dramatised by Louise Page Director Vanessa Whitbum

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Mrs Dashwood

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitbum

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Mrs Dashwood: Meg Wynn Owen

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Margaret Dashwood: Imogen Boorman

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Willoughby: Robert Gwilym

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Thomas: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910622]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Mrs Dashwood

Piano: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitbum

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Mrs Dashwood: Meg Wynn Owen

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Margaret Dashwood: Imogen Boorman

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Willoughby: Robert Gwilym

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Thomas: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910628]

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.

1: Barton Cottage It is 1810 and the recently widowed

Mrs Dashwood and her three daughters have been forced out of their family home. Suddenly thrust upon the world without security, they move to a cottage in Devon, where Marianne is swept off her feet by a capricious stranger. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Mrs Dashwood

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910628]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Mrs Dashwood

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910629]

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen 's comedy of love and manners adapted in four parts. 2: Lucy Steele

Willoughby has left suddenly for London giving no reason for his departure. Marianne is distraught. Elinor is still waiting for the promised visit from Edward Ferrars when a new acquaintance brings disturbing news.

Piano Mary Nash.

Dramatised by Louise Page Director Vanessa Whitburn

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Edward Ferrars

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Witbughby: Robert Gwilym

Mrs Dashwood: Me6 Wynn Owen

Margaret: Imogen Boorman

Lucy Steele: Francesca Whitburn

Anne Steele: Cathryn Bradshaw

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Alister Cameron

Nancy: Auriol Smith

James: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910629]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Edward Ferrars

Piano: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Witbughby: Robert Gwilym

Mrs Dashwood: Me6 Wynn Owen

Margaret: Imogen Boorman

Lucy Steele: Francesca Whitburn

Anne Steele: Cathryn Bradshaw

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Alister Cameron

Nancy: Auriol Smith

James: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910705]

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen 's comedy of love and manners adapted in four parts. 2: Lucy Steele

Willoughby has left suddenly for London giving no reason for his departure. Marianne is distraught. Elinor is still waiting for the promised visit from Edward Ferrars when a new acquaintance brings disturbing news. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Edward Ferrars

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910705]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Edward Ferrars

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910706]

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen 's novel adapted in four parts. 3: The Truth about

Willoughby Colonel Brandon continues his pursuit of Marianne, but it is rumoured that she is engaged to Willoughby. Willoughby, however, has snubbed her at a society ball in London.

Piano Mary Nash.

Dramatised by Louise Page Director Vanessa Whitbum

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Willoughby Colonel Brandon

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitbum

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Naney: Auriol Smith

Lucy Steele: Francesca Whitburn

Anne Steele: Cathryn Bradshaw

Robert Ferrars: Nigel Carrington

Mrs Ferrars: Margot Boyd

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Alister Cameron

Shopkeeper: Alister Cameron

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910706]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Willoughby Colonel Brandon

Piano: Mary Nash.

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitbum

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Naney: Auriol Smith

Lucy Steele: Francesca Whitburn

Anne Steele: Cathryn Bradshaw

Robert Ferrars: Nigel Carrington

Mrs Ferrars: Margot Boyd

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Alister Cameron

Shopkeeper: Alister Cameron

Sir John Middleton: Malcolm Gerard

Lady Middleton: Joan Moon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910712]

Sense and Sensibility Jane Austen 's novel adapted in four parts. 3: The Truth about

Willoughby Colonel Brandon continues his quiet pursuit of Marianne, but it is rumoured that she is engaged to Willoughby. Willoughby, however, has snubbed her at a society ball in London. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Willoughby Colonel Brandon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910712]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Willoughby Colonel Brandon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910713]

Sense and Sensibility The final part of Jane Austen 's comedy of love and manners.

Delaford, House and Parsonage

The news that Edward is to marry Lucy Steele has caused Elinor much pain. Meanwhile, Colonel

Brandon's offer of the living at Delaford to Edward has led

Mrs Jennings to conclude that Brandon wishes to marry Elinor.

Dramatised by Louise Page Director Vanessa Whitburn

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Mrs Jennings

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Willoughby: Robert Gwilym

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Auster Cameron

Mrs Dashwood: Meg Wynn Owen

Margaret: Imogen Boorman

Robert Ferrars: Nigel Carrington

Mr Harris/Thomas: Terence Edmond

Mrs Alsop: Petra Markham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910713]

Unknown: Jane Austen

Unknown: Lucy Steele

Unknown: Mrs Jennings

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Elinor: Jane Leonard

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Edward Ferrars: Tim Meats

Willoughby: Robert Gwilym

Colonel Brandon: Brett Usher

Mrs Jennings: Ann Windsor

John Dashwood: David Calder

Fanny Dashwood: Auriol Smith

Mrs Palmer: Moir Leslie

Mr Palmer: Auster Cameron

Mrs Dashwood: Meg Wynn Owen

Margaret: Imogen Boorman

Robert Ferrars: Nigel Carrington

Mr Harris/Thomas: Terence Edmond

Mrs Alsop: Petra Markham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910719]

Sense and Sensibility The final episode: Delaford, House and Parsonage

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910720]

Four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Beach of Falesa

A South Seas trader goes through hell and back to escape a devilish taboo.

Dramatised by Robert Forrest Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Robert Forrest

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Wiltshire: Kenneth Cranham

Case: Struan Rodger

Randall: Neville Barber

Uma: Anne Lacey

Tarleton: Nicholas Gilbrook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910720]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Robert Forrest

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Wiltshire: Kenneth Cranham

Case: Struan Rodger

Randall: Neville Barber

Uma: Anne Lacey

Tarleton: Nicholas Gilbrook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910726]

The first of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Beach of Falesa

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910726]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910727]

The second of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The Misadventures of John Nicholson

An accident-prone young lawyer manages to lose his sweetheart's love and his father's blessing, all in one disastrous day.

Dramatised by Ron Butlin

Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Unknown: John Nicholson

Director: Patrick Rayner.

John: John McGlynn

Father: Michael Elder

Flora: Patricia Ross

Alan: Allan Sharpe

Driver: James Bryce

Mackenzie: Iain Agnew

Maid: Estrid Barton

Kirkman: John Ramage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910727]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Unknown: John Nicholson

Dramatised By: Ron Butlin

Director: Patrick Rayner.

John: John McGlynn

Father: Michael Elder

Flora: Patricia Ross

Alan: Allan Sharpe

Driver: James Bryce

Mackenzie: Iain Agnew

Maid: Estrid Barton

Kirkman: John Ramage

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910802]

The second of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Misadventures of John Nicholson

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Unknown: John Nicholson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910802]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Unknown: John Nicholson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910803]

The third of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Ebb-Tide

A storm-damaged schooner drops anchor off an uncharted South Sea island, home of an aristocratic missionary with a fortune in pearl he means to keep.

Dramatised by Robert Forrest Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Robert Forrest

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Herrick: Dermot Crowley

Attwater: Tom Fleming

Huish: Alfred Molina

Davis: Tom Watson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910803]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Robert Forrest

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Herrick: Dermot Crowley

Attwater: Tom Fleming

Huish: Alfred Molina

Davis: Tom Watson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910809]

The third of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Ebb-Tide

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910809]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910810]

The last of four tales by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The Pavilion on the Links

Violence erupts on a lonely Scottish shore as two well-born young men fight for life, love and honour.

Dramatised by Trevor Royle

Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Cassilis: Stuart McQuarrie

Northmour: Allan Sharpe

Clara: Rosaleen Pelan

Huddtestone: Neville Barber

Barmaid: Carolyn Bonnyman

Farmer: Iain Agnew

Italian: Liam Brennan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910810]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Trevor Royle

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Cassilis: Stuart McQuarrie

Northmour: Allan Sharpe

Clara: Rosaleen Pelan

Huddtestone: Neville Barber

Barmaid: Carolyn Bonnyman

Farmer: Iain Agnew

Italian: Liam Brennan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910816]

The last of four tales of love and death by Robert Louis Stevenson. The Pavilion on the Links

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910816]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910817]

The Sea Wolf Jack London's tale of heroism, survival and love on the high seas, dramatised in four parts. 1: Shipwrecked literary critic Humphrey Van Weyden is rescued by Wolf Larsen , demonic skipper of the seal-hunting schooner Ghost.

Music Elizabeth Parker ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Singer: Sarah Connolly. Dramatised by Ed Thomason Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Wolf Larsen

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Dramatised By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

Wolf Larsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Johnson: Jeffrey Gear

Leach: Scott Farrell

Charley: David Bannerman

Ferry passenger: William Roberts

Owen: Terence Edmond

Kelly: Norman Jones

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Svenson: Brett Usher

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Harrison: Richard Pearce

Latimer: Peter Penry-Jones

Homer: Clarence Smith

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910817]

Unknown: Wolf Larsen

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Dramatised By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

Wolf Larsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Johnson: Jeffrey Gear

Leach: Scott Farrell

Charley: David Bannerman

Ferry passenger: William Roberts

Owen: Terence Edmond

Kelly: Norman Jones

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Svenson: Brett Usher

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Harrison: Richard Pearce

Latimer: Peter Penry-Jones

Homer: Clarence Smith

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910823]

The Sea Wolf

Jack London's tale of heroism, survival and love on the high seas, dramatised in four parts. 1: Shipwrecked literary critic Humphrey Van Weyden is rescued by Wolf Larsen , demonic skipper of the seal-hunting schooner Ghost.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Humphrey Van Weyden

Unknown: Wolf Larsen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910823]

Unknown: Humphrey Van Weyden

Unknown: Wolf Larsen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910824]

The Sea Wolf

The second episode of Jack London 's four-part tale of brutality and survival on the high seas.

Singer Sarah Connolly. Music Elizabeth Parker ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Adapted by Ed Thomason

Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack London

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

Wolf Larsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Johnson: Jeffrey Gear

Leach: Scott Farrell

Kelly: Norman Jones

Harrison: Richard Pearce

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Latimer: Peter Penry-Jones

Owen: Terence Edmond

Homer: Clarence Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910824]

Unknown: Jack London

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

Wolf Larsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Johnson: Jeffrey Gear

Leach: Scott Farrell

Kelly: Norman Jones

Harrison: Richard Pearce

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Latimer: Peter Penry-Jones

Owen: Terence Edmond

Homer: Clarence Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910830]

The Sea Wolf

The second episode of Jack London 's four-part tale of life on the high seas. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack London

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910830]

Unknown: Jack London

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910831]

The Sea Wolf

The third episode of Jack London 's four-part tale of brutality and survival on the high seas.

Singer Sarah Connolly. Music Elizabeth Parker ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Adapted by Ed Thomason

Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack London

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

WolfLorsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Telefson: Charles Millham

Kelly: Norman Jones

Homer: Clarence Smith

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Latimer: Peter Penryjones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910831]

Unknown: Jack London

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

WolfLorsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Mugridge: Ian Dury

Louis: Nigel Anthony

Smoke: Anthony Jackson

Telefson: Charles Millham

Kelly: Norman Jones

Homer: Clarence Smith

Henderson: Andrew Wincott

Latimer: Peter Penryjones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910906]

The Sea Wolf

The third episode of Jack London 's four-part tale of brutality and survival on the high seas. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack London

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910906]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910907]

The Sea Wolf

The final episode of Jack London's tale of survival and love on the high seas.

Singer Sarah Connolly. Music Elizabeth Parker ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Adapted by Ed Thomason

Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

WolfLarsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910907]

Singer: Sarah Connolly.

Music: Elizabeth Parker

Adapted By: Ed Thomason

Director: Adrian Bean.

WolfLarsen: Jack Klaff

Humphrey: Kerry Shale

Maud Brewster: Shelley Thompson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910913]

The Sea Wolf by Jack London. Final part. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack London.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910913]

Unknown: Jack London.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910914]

The Personal

History of David Copperfield

A new ten-part dramatisation of the novel which

Charles Dickens described as his 'favourite child'.

1: I Fall into Disgrace

Dramatised by Betty Davies

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

David Copperfield, a boy: Nicholas Gatt

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

MissMurdstone: Auriol Smith

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

MrPeggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Traddles,a boy: Sebastian Brennan

Emily: Joanna Myers

Barkis: Terence Edmond

DrChillip: Timothy Carlton

Quinion: Nigel Carrington

Mr Mell: Charles Millham

OldMrsMell: Barbara Atkinson

Creakle: Ronald Herdman

Man: Fraser Kerr

Guard/Second schoolboy: Neil Roberts

First schoolboy: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910914]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

David Copperfield, a boy: Nicholas Gatt

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

MissMurdstone: Auriol Smith

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

MrPeggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Traddles,a boy: Sebastian Brennan

Emily: Joanna Myers

Barkis: Terence Edmond

DrChillip: Timothy Carlton

Quinion: Nigel Carrington

Mr Mell: Charles Millham

OldMrsMell: Barbara Atkinson

Creakle: Ronald Herdman

Man: Fraser Kerr

Guard/Second schoolboy: Neil Roberts

First schoolboy: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910920]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 1: 1 Fall into Disgrace

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910920]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910921]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

2: 1 Begin Life on My Own Account

Young David Copperfield has had reason to regret his mother's second marriage - his stepfather, Mr Murdstone , is cold and cruel. David is sent away in disgrace to a boarding school in London.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Mr Murdstone

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

a boyDavid Copperfield: Nicholas Gatt

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

MrPeggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

Mr Murdstone: John Moffatt

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Emily: Joanna Myers

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

a boyTraddles,: Sebastian Brennan

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Quinion: Nigel Carrington

Mr Mell: Charles Millham

Creakle: Ronald Herdman

Mrs Creakle: Ann Windsor

Minnie: Siriol Jenkins

Creditor: David Bannerman

Clergyman: Timothy Carlton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910921]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Murdstone

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

a boyDavid Copperfield: Nicholas Gatt

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

MrPeggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

Mr Murdstone: John Moffatt

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Emily: Joanna Myers

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

a boyTraddles,: Sebastian Brennan

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Quinion: Nigel Carrington

Mr Mell: Charles Millham

Creakle: Ronald Herdman

Mrs Creakle: Ann Windsor

Minnie: Siriol Jenkins

Creditor: David Bannerman

Clergyman: Timothy Carlton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910927]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 2: 1 Begin Life on My Own Account

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910927]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910928]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

3: Miss Betsey Trotwood David's mother has died and he is dispatched to

London, at the age of 10, to fend for himself and work for Murdstone and Grinby. He runs away to Dover to seek his aunt.

Dramatised by Betty Davies

Director Marilyn Imne. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Miss Betsey Trotwood

Director: Marilyn Imne.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Mr Murdstone: John Moffat

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

David Copperfield, as a boy: Nicholas Gat

Agnes: Jane Whittenshav

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Batesoi

DrStrong: James Greene

Annie Strong: Alice Arnoli

Jack Maldon: David Bannermai

Mrs Markleham: Ann Windsor

Janet: Ann Windsor

First donkey boy...: Susan Sheridai

Second donkey boy....: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910928]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Miss Betsey Trotwood

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imne.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Mr Murdstone: John Moffat

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

David Copperfield, as a boy: Nicholas Gat

Agnes: Jane Whittenshav

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Batesoi

DrStrong: James Greene

Annie Strong: Alice Arnoli

Jack Maldon: David Bannermai

Mrs Markleham: Ann Windsor

Janet: Ann Windsor

First donkey boy...: Susan Sheridai

Second donkey boy....: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911004]

The Personal History of David Copperfield 3: Miss Betsey Trotwood Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911004]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911005]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts.

4: The Question of My Future David has found his Aunt

Betsey and has been adopted by her and her protégé, Mr Dick.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Dick.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

MrDick: David Bamber

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Mrs Steerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Dr Strong: James Greene

AnnieStrong: Alice Arnold

Littimer: Norman Jones

MrsMarkleham: Ann Windsor

Waiter: Eric Allan

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Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Dick.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

MrDick: David Bamber

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Mrs Steerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Dr Strong: James Greene

AnnieStrong: Alice Arnold

Littimer: Norman Jones

MrsMarkleham: Ann Windsor

Waiter: Eric Allan

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The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 4: The Question of My Future

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19911012]

The Personal History of David Copperfield A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel. 5: Good and Bad Angels David has met Steerforth in London and taken him to Yarmouth, where he introduced him to

Little Emily.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Little Emily.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innment

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Dora: Maria Miles

Steerforlh: Andrew Wincon

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Traddles: Markstraker

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry Jones

Jip: Ronald Heroman

Littimer: Norman Jones

Mrs Crupp: Pauline Letts

Mr Water brook: Alan Alan

First dinner guest: Alan Barker

Mrs Waterbrook: Susan Sheridan

Second dinner guest: Clare Ncesmith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911012]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Little Emily.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innment

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Dora: Maria Miles

Steerforlh: Andrew Wincon

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Traddles: Markstraker

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry Jones

Jip: Ronald Heroman

Littimer: Norman Jones

Mrs Crupp: Pauline Letts

Mr Water brook: Alan Alan

First dinner guest: Alan Barker

Mrs Waterbrook: Susan Sheridan

Second dinner guest: Clare Ncesmith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911018]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 5: Good and Bad A ngels

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19911019]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

6: The Beginning of a Long Journey

David has met and fallen in love with Dora Spenlow.

Uriah Heep confides in him that he loves Agnes Wickfield , and hopes to marry her.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora Spenlow.

Unknown: Uriah Heep

Unknown: Agnes Wickfield

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Dora: Maria Miles

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

David as a boy: Nicholas Gatt

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Mrs Steerforth: Irene Sutcllffe

RosaDartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Traddles: Mark Straker

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry Jones

Jip/Beggar: Ronald Herdman

Julia Mills: Oona Beeson

Mrs Crupp: Pauline Letts

Jorkins: Timothy Carlton

Clerk: David Bannerman

Red Whisker: David Bannerman

Girl: Siriol Jenkins

Girl's mother: Ann Windsor

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Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora Spenlow.

Unknown: Uriah Heep

Unknown: Agnes Wickfield

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Dora: Maria Miles

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

David as a boy: Nicholas Gatt

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

Mrs Steerforth: Irene Sutcllffe

RosaDartle: Jenny Howe

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Traddles: Mark Straker

Barkis: Terence Edmond

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry Jones

Jip/Beggar: Ronald Herdman

Julia Mills: Oona Beeson

Mrs Crupp: Pauline Letts

Jorkins: Timothy Carlton

Clerk: David Bannerman

Red Whisker: David Bannerman

Girl: Siriol Jenkins

Girl's mother: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911025]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 6: The Beginning of a Longjourney

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19911026]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

7: WickfieldandHeep

Emily has run away with Steerforth. David has become secretly engaged to Dora. Aunt Betsey has lost her fortune through ill-advised investment.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Dora: Maria Miles

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Traddles: Mark Straker

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry- Jones

jip: Ronald Herdman

Dr Strong: James Greene

Jorkins: Timothy Carlton

MissLavinia: Ann Windsor

MissClarissa: Irene Sutcliffe

Julia Mills: Oona Beeson

Tiffey: Nigel Carrington

Clerk: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911026]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Dora: Maria Miles

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Miss Murdstone: Auriol Smith

Traddles: Mark Straker

Mr Spenlow: Peter Penry- Jones

jip: Ronald Herdman

Dr Strong: James Greene

Jorkins: Timothy Carlton

MissLavinia: Ann Windsor

MissClarissa: Irene Sutcliffe

Julia Mills: Oona Beeson

Tiffey: Nigel Carrington

Clerk: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911101]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 7: WickfieldandHeep Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19911102]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

8: Mischief

Uriah is now a partner in Wickfield and Heep and has taken on a new clerk, Mr Micawber. Dora's father has died, and she now lives with two spinster aunts, who allow David to call on her.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Micawber.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Dora: Maria Miles

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

MrsSteerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Traddles: Mark Straker

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Jip: Ronald Herdman

Dr Strong/Man: James Greene

Annie Strong: Alice Arnold

Littimer: Norman Jones

MrsMarkleham: Ann Windsor

Mrs Steerforth 's maid: Petra Markham

Clergyman: Timothy Carlton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911102]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Micawber.

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Dora: Maria Miles

Uriah Heep: Phil Daniels

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

MrsSteerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Traddles: Mark Straker

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Jip: Ronald Herdman

Dr Strong/Man: James Greene

Annie Strong: Alice Arnold

Littimer: Norman Jones

MrsMarkleham: Ann Windsor

Mrs Steerforth 's maid: Petra Markham

Clergyman: Timothy Carlton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911108]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel. 8: Mischief

Uriah is now a partner in Wickfield and Heep and has taken on a new clerk, Mr Micawber. Dora's father has died, and she now lives with two spinster aunts, who allow David to call on her.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Micawber.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911108]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Micawber.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

The Personal History of David Copperfield

A ten-part dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

9: My Beloved Dora David and Dora have married. Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty still searches for her. Dora has lost a baby and is not strong.

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora David

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Dora: Maria Miles

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Uriah Heep: Phil Oaniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Emily: Joanna Myers

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Traddles: Mark Straker

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Jip: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora David

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Dora: Maria Miles

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Mr Dick: David Bamber

Uriah Heep: Phil Oaniels

Mrs Heep: Maria Charles

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

MrsGummidge: Mary Wimbush

Emily: Joanna Myers

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Traddles: Mark Straker

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Martha: Adjoa Andoh

Omer: Peter Tuddenham

Jip: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911115]

The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 9: My Beloved Dora David and Dora have married. Emily has parted from Steerforth, and Mr Peggotty still searches for her. Dora has lost a baby and is not strong. Stereo (Broadcaston Saturday at 7.50pm)

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora David

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

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Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Dora David

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

The Personal History of David Copperfield The final part of Charles Dickens 's masterpiece.

I Have Loved You All My Life Dora has died. Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty , Uriah's double-dealing has been discovered.

Jeremy Taylor (tenor). David King (piano).

Dramatised by Betty Davies Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Tenor: Jeremy Taylor

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

Dora: Maria Miles

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

MrsSteerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Traddles: Mark Straker

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

Sophy: Petra Markham

Fisherman: Charles Millham

Coachman: Alan Barker

Boatman: Norman Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Tenor: Jeremy Taylor

Dramatised By: Betty Davies

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

David Copperfield: Gary Cady

Betsey Trotwood: Miriam Margolyes

Wilkins Micawber: Harold Innocent

Mrs Micawber: Sheila Hancock

Agnes: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Wickfield: Timothy Bateson

Peggotty: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Peggotty: David Burke

Ham Peggotty: Timothy Spall

Emily: Joanna Myers

Dora: Maria Miles

Steerforth: Andrew Wincott

MrsSteerforth: Irene Sutcliffe

Rosa Dartle: Jenny Howe

Traddles: Mark Straker

David's mother: Susan Sheridan

MrMurdstone: John Moffatt

Sophy: Petra Markham

Fisherman: Charles Millham

Coachman: Alan Barker

Boatman: Norman Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911122]

The Personal History of David Copperfield The final part of the dramatisation of Charles Dickens 's novel.

I Have Loved You All

My Life

Dora has died; Emily has been reunited with Mr Peggotty ; Uriah's double-dealing has been discovered. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911122]

Unknown: David Copperfield

Unknown: Charles Dickens

Unknown: Mr Peggotty

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911123]

Jamaica Inn

A four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier's novel.

1: The young Mary Yellan arrives at Jamaica Inn where she meets her uncle, Joss Merlyn , and begins to form her suspicions of his terrible trade.

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Yellan

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Harry, thepedlar: John Hartley

Mrs Yellan: Joanna Wake

Doctor: Eric Alun

Coach driver: John Church

Oldman: Ronald Herdman

Woman in coach: Ann Windsor

Lawyer clerk: Robert Portal

Idiot: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911123]

Unknown: Mary Yellan

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Harry, thepedlar: John Hartley

Mrs Yellan: Joanna Wake

Doctor: Eric Alun

Coach driver: John Church

Oldman: Ronald Herdman

Woman in coach: Ann Windsor

Lawyer clerk: Robert Portal

Idiot: Alan Barker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911129]

Jamaica Inn

A four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier's story of life on Bodmin moor in the early 19th century.

1: The young Mary Yellan arrives at Jamaica Inn where she meets her uncle, Joss Merlyn , and begins to form her suspicions of his terrible trade. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Yellan

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911129]

Unknown: Mary Yellan

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

Jamaica Inn

A four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier 's story of life on Bodmin Moor. 2: Mary believes she knows the terrible trade of Jamaica Inn, but Joss Merlyn , in a drunken stupor, reveals something far more evil than anything she could imagine.

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

Mr Bassat: Vincent Brimble

Mrs Bassat: Anne Jameson

Richards: Sean Arnold

First horse dealer: Alan Barker

Second horse dealer: Peter Gunn

James: Andrew Wincott

Fortune teller: Joanna Myers

Boy: Emma Fielding

Stable keeper: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

Mr Bassat: Vincent Brimble

Mrs Bassat: Anne Jameson

Richards: Sean Arnold

First horse dealer: Alan Barker

Second horse dealer: Peter Gunn

James: Andrew Wincott

Fortune teller: Joanna Myers

Boy: Emma Fielding

Stable keeper: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911206]

Jamaica Inn

Daphne du Maurier's novel, dramatised in four parts.

2: Mary believes she knows the terrible trade of Jamaica Inn but Joss Merlyn , in a drunken stupor, reveals something far more evil than anything she could imagine.

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911206]

Unknown: Joss Merlyn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

Jamaica Inn

A four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier 's story of life on Bodmin Moor. 3: It is Christmas Eve and a terrified Mary has been abandoned at Launceston Fair. Now she must make her way back along the lonely road to Jamaica Inn.

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell DirectorEnyd Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Jamaica Inn.

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Dramatised By: Directorenyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

Harry, the pedlar: John Hartley

First wrecker: Peter Gunn

Second wrecker: Matthew Sim

Third wrecker: Robert Portal

Coachman: Brett Usher

Hannah: Katherine Parr

Scobell: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Jamaica Inn.

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Dramatised By: Directorenyd Williams.

Mary Yellan: Susannah Corbett

Joss Merlyn: John Woodvine

Aunt Patience: Auriol Smith

Jem Merlyn: Mark Straker

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

Harry, the pedlar: John Hartley

First wrecker: Peter Gunn

Second wrecker: Matthew Sim

Third wrecker: Robert Portal

Coachman: Brett Usher

Hannah: Katherine Parr

Scobell: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911213]

Jamaica Inn

Daphne du Maurier's story of life on Bodmin Moor, dramatised in four parts.

3: It is Christmas Eve and a terrified Mary has been abandoned at Launceston Fair. Now she must make her way back along the lonely road to Jamaica Inn. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

Jamaica Inn

The final episode of a four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier 's story of life on Bodmin Moor. Alone and desolate after her horrific encounter with the wreckers, Mary has sought help from the only people she can trust - the Bassats and Francis Davey.

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Francis Davey.

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan ,: Susannah Corbett

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

JemMerlyn: Mark Straker

MrBassat: Vincent Brimble

Mrs Bassat: Anne Jameson

Harry, the pedlar: John Hartley

Richards: Sean Arnold

Tomjory: Robert Portal

Hannah: Katherine Parr

Scobell: Eric Allan

Militia Man: Matthew Sim

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Bodmin Moor.

Unknown: Francis Davey.

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams.

Mary Yellan ,: Susannah Corbett

Rev Francis Davey: James Laurenson

JemMerlyn: Mark Straker

MrBassat: Vincent Brimble

Mrs Bassat: Anne Jameson

Harry, the pedlar: John Hartley

Richards: Sean Arnold

Tomjory: Robert Portal

Hannah: Katherine Parr

Scobell: Eric Allan

Militia Man: Matthew Sim

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911220]

Jamaica Inn

The last of a four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier's novel.

Alone and desolate after her horrific encounter with the wreckers, Mary has sought help from the only people she can trust - the Bassats and Francis Davey. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Davey.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911220]

Unknown: Francis Davey.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911225]

Tolkien's The Hobbit or There and Back Again. The original 1968 production of this epic adventure, broadcast over four days, in celebration of next month's centenary of J R Tolkien's birth. Part 1. (For cast see next Saturday)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911226]

The Hobbit or There and Back Again by J R R Tolkien. Part 2. (For cast see next Saturday)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911227]

The Hobbit or There and Back Again. Part 3

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911228]

Tolkien's The Hobbit or There and Back Again. Last of four parts.

Music David Cain , performed by the Early Music Consort. Adapted by Michael Kilgarriff Director John Powell

(First broadcast 1968)

Contributors

Music: David Cain

Adapted By: Michael Kilgarriff

Director: John Powell

Bilbo Baggins the Hobbit: Paul Daneman

Talebearer: Anthony Jackson

Gandalf the Grey: Heron Carvic

Thorin Oakenshield, leader of the dwarves: John Justin

Dwalin: Lockwood West

Balin: Peter Pratt

Kili: Nicholas Edmett

Fili: David Brierley

Dori: Alexander John

Nori: Antony Vicars

Ori: Wilfred Carter

Oin: Rolf Lefebvre

Cloin: Peter Baldwin

Bifur/Bert/Dain: Brian Haines

Bofur/Great Goblin: Denis McCarthy

Bombur/Lord of the Eagles: Duncan McIntyre

Bill: Victor Lucas

Tom/Smaug: Francis de Wolff

Elrond/Man: John Pullen

Gollum: Wolfe Morris

Great Grey Warg: Haydn Jones

Beorn: Denys Hawthorne

First spider: Hilda Kriseman

Second spider/Thrush: Marjorie Westbury

Third spider: Betty Hardy

Elven King: Leonard Fenton

Master: John Bryning

Woman: Gretta Gouriet

Bard: Peter Williams

Herald: Ian Thompson

Roac: John Wyse

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911228]

Music: David Cain

Adapted By: Michael Kilgarriff

Director: John Powell

Bilbo Baggins the Hobbit: Paul Daneman

Talebearer: Anthony Jackson

Gandalf the Grey: Heron Carvic

Thorin Oakenshield, leader of the dwarves: John Justin

Dwalin: Lockwood West

Balin: Peter Pratt

Kili: Nicholas Edmett

Fili: David Brierley

Dori: Alexander John

Nori: Antony Vicars

Ori: Wilfred Carter

Oin: Rolf Lefebvre

Cloin: Peter Baldwin

Bifur/Bert/Dain: Brian Haines

Bofur/Great Goblin: Denis McCarthy

Bombur/Lord of the Eagles: Duncan McIntyre

Bill: Victor Lucas

Tom/Smaug: Francis de Wolff

Elrond/Man: John Pullen

Gollum: Wolfe Morris

Great Grey Warg: Haydn Jones

Beorn: Denys Hawthorne

First spider: Hilda Kriseman

Second spider/Thrush: Marjorie Westbury

Third spider: Betty Hardy

Elven King: Leonard Fenton

Master: John Bryning

Woman: Gretta Gouriet

Bard: Peter Williams

Herald: Ian Thompson

Roac: John Wyse

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I The Betrothed NEW i A four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel.

1: The Wedding

Early 17th-century Italy - a time of turbulence and unrest.

But in a tiny village on Lake Como there is a mood of anticipation. It is the eve of the wedding celebrations of Renzo and Lucia.

Translated by Bruce Penman Dramatised by Louise Page

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920104]

Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

Translated By: Bruce Penman

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Tracey Neale.

Perpetua: Maggie McCarthy

Bettina: Melanie Hudson

Alberto: Nicholas Murchie

Menico: Nicholas Gilbrook

DonAbbondio: Robert Lang

Griso: Trevor Cooper

Roberto: Scott Farrell

Constance: Ann Windsor

Renzo: Stephen McGann

Lucia: Sarah-Jane Fenton

Agnese: Marion Bailey

Clara: Joanna Wake

DrQuibbler: Brett Usher

Brother Galdino: Andrew Wlncott

Fr Cristoforo: Jon Strickland

Don Rodrigo: Sean Arnold

Attilo: David King

Granpa: Brian Miller

Tonio: Peter Gunn

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The Betrothed

A four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel 1: The Wedding

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920110]

Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

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The Betrothed

A four-part adaptation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel. 2: The Escape

As Renzo and Lucia flee for safety, a furious Don Rodrigo demands to know how they could possibly have escaped from his clutches.

Translated by Bruce Penman Dramatised by Louise Page

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920111]

Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

Unknown: Don Rodrigo

Translated By: Bruce Penman

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Tracey Neale.

Griso: Trevor Cooper

Lucia: Sarah-Jane Fenton

Agnese: Marion Bailey

Renzo: Stephen McGann

Don Rodrigo: Sean Arnold

Granpa: Brian Miller

Perpetua: Maggie McCarthy

Bettina: Melanie Hudson

Alberto: Nicholas Murchie

Gertrude: Deborah Findlay

Constance/Portress: Ann Windsor

Clara: Joan Nawake

Spy: David Learner

Roberto/Soldier: Scott Farrell

Attilio: David King

Br Galdino: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920117]

The Betrothed

A four-part adaptation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel. 2: The Escape

As Renzo and Lucia flee for safety, a furious Don Rodrigo demands to know how they could possibly have escaped from his clutches. Stereo

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Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

Unknown: Don Rodrigo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920118]

The Betrothed

A four-part adaptation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel. 3: The Capture

Renzo flees from Milan and the hangman's noose with a price on his head. Lucia believes she is safe at the convent, but sinister figures lurk behind every corner ready to pounce - Translated by Bruce Penman Dramatised by Louise Page

DirectorTracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920118]

Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

Translated By: Bruce Penman

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Dramatised By: Directortracey Neale.

Renzo: Stephen McGann

Unnamed: Brian Glover

Nibbio: John Church

Don Rodrigo: Sean Arnold

Attilio: David King

Griso: Trevor Cooper

Roberto: Scott Farrell

Agnese: Marion Bailey

Perpetua: Maggie McCarthy

Gertrude: Deborah Findlay

Egidio: Mark Straker

Lucia: Sarah-Jane Fenton

Don Abbondio: Robert Lang

Silvia: Ann Windsor

Bettina: Melanie Hudson

Alberto: Nicholas Murchie

Cardinal Borromeo: Keith Drinkel

Cardinal s chaplain: Peter Gunn

Maria: Joanna Wake

Scribe/Boatman: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920124]

The Betrothed

A four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel.

3: The Capture

Stereo

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The Betrothed

The last of a four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel.

The Plague

A year has passed but Renzo remains a wanted man. Lucia has taken a vow of chastity, and now an even more dangerous threat hangs over the Duchy of Milan.

Translated by Bruce Penman Dramatised by Louise Page

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920125]

Unknown: Alessandro Manzoni

Translated By: Bruce Penman

Dramatised By: Louise Page

Director: Tracey Neale.

Bettina: Melanie Hudson

Agnese: Marion Bailey

Perpetua: Maggie McCarthy

Alberto: Nicholas Murchie

Donna Prassede: Joanna Wake

Lucia: Sarah-Jane Fenton

Renzo: Stephen McGann

Scribe: Andrew Wincott

DonAbbondio: Robert Lang

FrCristoforo: Jon Strickland

Gertrude: Deborah Findlay

Cardinal Borromeo: Keith Drinkel

DonRodrigo: Sean Arnold

Griso: Trevor Cooper

Nibbio/First monatto: John Church

Roberto/Second monatto: Scott Farrell

Cardinal's chaplain/Tonio: Peter Gunn

Youngmother: Siriol Jenkins

Man in Milan: Mark Straker

Woman in Milan: Ann Windsor

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The Betrothed

The last of a four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel.

The Plague

Stereo (Broadcaston Saturday at 7.50pm)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920131]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920201]

Under Western Eyes

A two-part dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's novel. l:St Petersburg, 1911. Revolutionary activity is on the increase and, much against his will, Razumov is drawn into the thick of it.

Dramatised by Brian Miller

Director Alison Hindell. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920201]

Unknown: Joseph Conrad

Dramatised By: Brian Miller

Director: Alison Hindell.

Razumov: Patrick Brennan

Winchester: Garard Green

Haldin: Neil Roberts

Polinsky: Robert Portal

Mikulin: David Bannerman

Kerbishov: Ric Jerrom

Tcherets: Fraser Kerr

Student: Gary Llywelyn

Natalia: Katherine Kinsey

Tekla: Marie Phillips

Mrs Haldin: Lawmary Champion

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920207]

Under Western Eyes

A two-part dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's novel. l:St Petersburg, 1911. Revolutionary activity is on the increase and, much against his will, Razumov is drawn into the thick of it.

Stereo

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Unknown: Joseph Conrad

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920208]

Under Western Eyes

A two-part dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's novel.

2: Geneva, 1911:Razumov is forced to spy on a group of exiled revolutionaries, among whom he meets the sister of the man he betrayed.

Dramatised by Brian Miller

Director Alison Hindell. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920208]

Unknown: Joseph Conrad

Dramatised By: Brian Miller

Director: Alison Hindell.

Razumov: Patrick Brennan

Winchester: Garard Green

Natalia: Katherine Kinsey

Peter Ivanovich: Fraserkerr

Sophia Antonovna: Lesley Rooney

Nikita: David Bannerman

Tekla: Marie Phillips

Mme Serova: Lawmary Champion

Laspara: Gary Llywelyn

Yakovlitch: Robert Portal

Karpenko: Neil Roberts

Revolutionary: Ric Jerrom

Louisa: Lucy Donovan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920214]

Under Western Eyes

A two-part dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's novel.

2: Geneva, 1911: Razumov is forced to spy on a group of exiled revolutionaries, among whom he meets the sister of the man he betrayed.

Stereo

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Buddenbrooks:

NEW The Decline of a Family

Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted in six episodes, draws on the author's own background of a family of rich merchants in 19thcentury Lubeck, tracing the decline of a civilisation as well as of a family.

Narrator Charles Simpson.

Translation by H Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Narrator: Charles Simpson.

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan.

JohannBuddenbrmk: Jack May

Antoinette: Maxine Audley

Consul: Terence Edmond

Elizabeth: Barbara Jefford

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tony, aschild: Eleanor Hodson

Tom: James Laurenson

Christian: Keith Drinkel

Gerda: Lorna Heilbron

Grunlich: Jonathan Tafler

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Jean-Jacques Hoffstede: Hugh Dickson

DrGrabow: Stephen Thorne

Pastor Wunderlich: Brett Usher

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920221]

Buddenbrooks:

The Decline of a Family Stereo

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Buddenbrooks: The

Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted insixepisodes.

2: Consul Buddenbrook is determined that his daughter Tony will marry a man he admits is no beau

- but the match would be highly advantageous for the family and the firm.

Narrator Charles Simpson.

Translated by H Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920222]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Unknown: Consul Buddenbrook

Narrator: Charles Simpson.

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan.

Consul: Terence Edmono

Elizabeth: Barbara Jefford

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tom: James Laurenson

Schwarzkopf: Christopher Benjamin

Fran Schwarzkopf: Pauline Letts

Morten Schwarzkopf: Andrew Wincott

Grunlich: Jonathan Tafler

Kesselmeyer: Philip Voss

Kroger: David King

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Wenzel: Ronald Herdman

Gosch: Gordon Gostelow

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920228]

Buddenbrooks: The Decline of a Family

The second of a six-part adaptation of Thomas Mann 's novel. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920228]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

Buddenbrooks: The Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted in six episodes.

3: The firm of Buddenbrooks has been shaken by a misfortune which cost it

80,000 marks at one blow. The Consul has no sooner made good this situation than he learns that his daughter's husband, Grunlich, is insolvent. Narrator Charles Simpson.

With Siriol Jenkins,

Alison Reid , Paul Gregory and Mark Straker.

Translation by H Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Narrator: Charles Simpson.

Unknown: Alison Reid

Unknown: Paul Gregory

Unknown: Mark Straker.

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan.

Consul: Terence Edmond

Elizabeth: Barbara Jefford

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tom: James Laurenson

Christian: Keith Drinkel

Grunlich: Jonathan Tafler

Kesseimeyer: Philip Voss

Permaneder: Timothy Spall

Gerda: Lorna Heilbron

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920306]

Buddenbrooks: The

Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted in six episodes.

3: The firm of Buddenbrooks has been shaken by a misfortune which cost it

80,000 marks at one blow. The Consul has no sooner made good this situation than he learns that his daughter's husband, Grunlich, is insolvent. Stereo

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Buddenbrooks:

The Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted in six parts. 4: Herr Permaneder doesn't prove to be the ideal suitor. Narrator Charles Simpson

With Siriol Jenkins, Alison Reid , Paul Gregory and Mark Straker.

Translated by H Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock Director Jane Morgan Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920307]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Unknown: Herr Permaneder

Narrator: Charles Simpson

Unknown: Alison Reid

Unknown: Paul Gregory

Unknown: Mark Straker.

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tom: James Laurenson

Christian: Keith Drinkel

Elizabeth: Barbara Jefford

Permaneder: Timothy Spall

Gerda: Lorna Heilbron

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Sesemi: Gudrun Ure

Wenze/: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920313]

Buddenbrooks:

The Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel adapted in six parts. Part 4.

Stereo

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

Buddenbrooks: The Decline of a Family by Thomas Mann , adapted in six parts.

5: "When the house is finished, death comes."

When his new house was built, Tom thought often of this Turkish proverb and expected not necessarily death, but the decline, the falling-off, the beginning of the end.

Narrator Charles Simpson.

Translated by H. Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock Director Jane Morgan Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Narrator: Charles Simpson.

Translated By: H. Lowe-Porter

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tom: James Laurenson

Elizabeth: Barbara Jefford

Hanno: Max Danicic

Wellzel: Ronalo Herdman

Gerda: Lorna Heilbron

Christian: Keith Drinkel

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Pfhu/: Brett Usher

Dr Grabotv: Stephen Thorne

Gosdl: Gordon Gostelow

Sesemi: Gudrun Ure

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920320]

Buddenbrooks:The

Decline of a Family Part five of a six-part adaptation of Thomas Mann 's novel.

Stereo

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Buddenbrooks: The

Decline of a Family Thomas Mann 's novel, adapted in six episodes. 6: With the death of the Frau Consul , the house in Menstrasse had to be sold. It would be a hard leave-taking for Tony, but the prospect of a change was not without its charm. It was almost like another setting out - the fourth one. Narrator Charles Simpson.

Translated by H Lowe-Porter Adapted by John Peacock

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920321]

Unknown: Thomas Mann

Unknown: Frau Consul

Narrator: Charles Simpson.

Translated By: H Lowe-Porter

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Jane Morgan.

Tony: Harriet Walter

Tom: James Laurenson

Christian: Keith Drinkel

Gerda: Lorna Heilbron

Gerda: Max Danicic

Gerda: /matthew Sim

Kai: Christopher Branch/

Kai: Ross Livingstone

Ida: Angela Pleasence

Sesemi: Gudrun Ure

Dr Langhals: Steve Hodson

Peter Dolilmann: Mark Straker

Gosch: Gordon Gostelow

Hermann Hagenstrom: James Smith

Anna: Kate Binchy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920327]

Buddenbrooks: The

Decline of a Family The last of six episodes adapted from

Thomas Mann 's novel.

Stereo

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

Tessof the d'Urbervilles

A new three-part dramatisation of Thomas Hardy 's tragic love story.

1: The day of the May Dance, and two chance encounters are destined to change a young Wessex village girl's life for ever.

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music John Kirkpatrick and Sue Harris

Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Music: John Kirkpatrick

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Angel dare: Francis Thomson

Tess Durbey field: Carolyn Backhouse

Lizzie: Susan Mann

Debbie: Jenny Lynch

Tess's Mother: Susan Mansell

Tess's Father: Gerry Hinks

Parson Tringham: Jonathan Wyatt

Alec d'Urberville: Michael Lumsden

Car Darch: Tamsin Greig

Mrs d'Urberville: Tina Gray

Jenny: Rachel Atkins

Joseph: Martin Reeve

Preacher: Graham Colclough

Jonathan: David Holt

Mr Crick: Geoff Serle

Retty Prindk: Cathy Sandford

Marian: Anna Keene

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920403]

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

The first of three episodes dramatising

Thomas Hardy 's novel.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920403]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920404]

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

A new three-part dramatisation of Thomas Hardy 's tragic love story. 2: A hot and hazy August in the Valley of the Great Dairies. Tess and Angel Clare fall in love but the past is full of shadows.

Music: John Kirkpatrick and Sue Harris with Maire Ni Chathasaigh (harp)

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Director Nigel Bryant Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920404]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Angel Clare

Music: John Kirkpatrick

Music: Sue Harris

Harp: Maire Ni Chathasaigh

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Director: Nigel Bryant

Tess: Carolyn Backhouse

Angel: Francis Thomson

Retty: Cathy Sandford

Marian: Anna Keene

Mr Crick: Geoff Serle

Mrs Crick: Gillian Goodman

Jonathan: David Holt

Angel's father: Graham Colclough

Tess's mother: Susan Mansell

Priest: Martin Reeve

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920410]

Tess of the d'Urbervilles The second of three episodes dramatising Thomas Hardy 's novel. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920410]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920411]

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

A three-part dramatisation of Thomas Hardy 's tragic love story.

3: "We spent five days - days of blissful sweetness - in that house. Days made all the sweeter by the knowledge of what must surely come."

With Gerry Hinks , Gillian Goodman , Martin Reeve and Susan Mann.

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: John Kirkpatrick and Sue Harris

Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920411]

Unknown: Thomas Hardy

Unknown: Gerry Hinks

Unknown: Gillian Goodman

Unknown: Martin Reeve

Unknown: Susan Mann.

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Music: John Kirkpatrick

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Tess: Carolyn Backhouse

Angel: Francis Thomson

Tess's mother: Susan Mansell

Angel's father: Graham Colclough

Retty: Cathy Sandford

Marian: Anna Keene

Alec d'Urbervilk: Michael Lumsden

Abraham: Edward Long

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920417]

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

The last ofthree episodes dramatising

Thomas Hardy 's classic novel.

"We spent five days - days of blissful sweetness - in that house...."

Stereo

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920418]

Carmen

Adapted in two parts by Stephen Jeffreys , from the story by Prosper Merimee. 1: Amidst the turmoil of the Spanish Civil war, Jose, a young Basque, meets Carmen, a gypsy, and a fatal obsession is bom.

Music: Andrew Dodge

Director Claire Grove. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920418]

Unknown: Stephen Jeffreys

Story By: Prosper Merimee

Director: Claire Grove.

Carmen: Adjoa Andoh

Jose: Iain Glen

Pilar: Jane Whittenshaw

Corporal: Mark Straker

Priest: Keith Drinkel

Moreno: Peter Gunn

Delciado: Terence Edmond

Gabriel: Nick Murchie

Nun: Gudrun Ure

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920424]

Carmen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920425]

Carmen

Adapted in two parts by Stephen Jeffreys , from the story by Prosper Merimee. 2: Amidst the turmoil of the Spanish Civil war, Jose, a young Basque, is obsessed with the beautiful gypsy, Carmen.

Music: Andrew Dodge

Director Claire Grove. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920425]

Unknown: Stephen Jeffreys

Story By: Prosper Merimee

Music: Andrew Dodge

Director: Claire Grove.

Carmen: Adjoa Andoh

Jose: Iain Glen

Escamillo: Keith Drinkel

Pilar: Jane Whittenshaw

Delciado: Terence Edmond

Interrogator: Nick Murchie

Garcia: David Sterne

Remendado: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920501]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920502]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

A four-part dramatisation of Tobias Smollett 's inimitable romp round the British Isles by coach and four, in search of curatives, clean air, love and the true identity of the eponymous hero.

1: From Brambleton Hall to Bristol.

Dramatised by Scott Cherry Music: Matthew Scott Director Clive Brill

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920502]

Unknown: Humphry Clinker

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Unknown: Brambleton Hall

Dramatised By: Scott Cherry

Music: Matthew Scott

Director: Clive Brill

Bramble: Timothy West

Tabitha: Jenny Howe

Jery: Jonathan Tafler

Lydia: Alison Reid

Winifred: Theresa Streatfeild

John Thomas: Eric Allan

Dr Lewis: Brett Usher

Wilson: Neil Roberts

Jarvis: Ronald Herdman

Chowder: Ronald Herdman

Mrs Ford: Joanna Wake

Gentleman: John Webb

Humphry: Matthew Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920508]

The Expedition of Humphrey Clinker by Tobias Smollett. Parti.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920508]

Unknown: Humphrey Clinker

Unknown: Tobias Smollett.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920509]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

A four-part dramatisation of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four around Georgian Britain, in search of curatives, clean air and conjugal bliss.

2: From Bristol to Bath.

Dramatised by Scott Cherry Music: Matthew Scott

Director Clive Brill. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920509]

Unknown: Humphry Clinker

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Dramatised By: Scott Cherry

Music: Matthew Scott

Director: Clive Brill.

Bramble: Timothy West

Tabitha: Jenny Howe

Jery: Jonathan Tafler

Lydia: Allson Reid

Winifred: Theresa Streatfeild

John Thomas: Eric Allan

Humphry: Matthew Morgan

Mrs Bubb: Llnda Polan

Wikon: Neil Roberts

Ulic: James Greene

Quin: Jonathan Adams

Chowder: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920515]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

A four-part dramatisation of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four around Georgian Britain, in search of curatives, clean air and conjugal bliss.

2: From Bristol to Bath. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920515]

Unknown: Humphry Clinker

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920516]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

A four-part dramatisation of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four round Georgian Britain, in search of curatives, clean air and conjugal bliss.

3: From Bath to London.

Dramatised in four parts by Scott Cherry Music: Matthew Scott

Director Clive Brill. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920516]

Unknown: Humphry Clinker

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Unknown: Scott Cherry

Music: Matthew Scott

Director: Clive Brill.

Bramble: Timothy West

Tabitha: Jenny Howe

Jery: Jonathan Tafler

Lydia: Alison Reid

Winifred: Theresa Streatfeild

Humphry: Matthew Morgan

Barton: John Webb

Smollett/Buzzard: Brett Usher

Martin/Chowder: Ronald Herdman

Newcastle/Lloyd: Jonathan Adams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920522]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

A four-part dramatisation of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four round Georgian Britain, in search of curatives, clean air and conjugal bliss.

3: From Bath to London. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920522]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920523]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

Last episode of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four round Georgian Britain.

To the North and Home

Again

Dramatised by Scott Cherry Music: Matthew Scott

Director Clive Brill. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920523]

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Unknown: Georgian Britain.

Dramatised By: Scott Cherry

Music: Matthew Scott

Director: Clive Brill.

Bramble: Timothy West

Tabilha: Jenny Howe

Lydia: Alison Reid

Humphry: Matthew Morgan

Winifred: Theresa Streatfeild

Lismalmgo: Iain Cuthbertson

Archy: Gordon Reid

Wilson: Neil Roberts

Pearce: Kate Binchy

Martin/Chowder: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920529]

The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

The final part of Tobias Smollett 's boisterous tour by coach and four round

Georgian Britain, in search of curatives, clean air and conjugal bliss.

Stereo.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920529]

Unknown: Tobias Smollett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of A S Byatt's novels The

Virgin in the Garden and Still Life dramatised by John Harvey.

1: A New Elizabethan Age. Yorkshire: 1952. Frederica and Stephanie Potter share a passion for the beautiful Alexander Wedderburn , teacher and author of Astraea, a new verse drama celebrating the first Elizabethan Age. In spite of strong competition, Frederica intends to be his Queen.

Narrator Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 6

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]

Dramatised By: John Harvey.

Dramatised By: Stephanie Potter

Unknown: Alexander Wedderburn

Narrator: Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Young Frederica: Caroline Harker

Stephanie: Emma Fielding

Marcus: Richard Pearce

Bill Potter: Brett Usher

Winifred Potter: Anna Cropper

Daniel Orton: Neil Dudgeon

Lucas Simmonds: Mkrk Straker

Alexander: Andrew Wincott

Edmund Wilkie: Jonathan Tafler

Jenny Parry: Gillian Bevan

Matthew Crowe: Eric Allan

Mrs Thone: Gudrun Ure

Butcher: Peter Gunn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920619]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of award-winning writer A S Byatt's novels The Virgin in the Garden and Still Life dramatised by John Harvey.

1: A New Elizabethan Age. Yorkshire: 1952.

Frederica and Stephanie Potter share a passion for the beautiful Alexander Wedderbum , teacher at Blesford Ride Boys'

School, and author of Astraea, a new verse drama celebrating the first Elizabethan Age. In spite of strong competition,

Frederica intends to be his

Queen. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920619]

Dramatised By: John Harvey.

Dramatised By: Stephanie Potter

Unknown: Alexander Wedderbum

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of A S Byatt's novels The

Virgin in the Garden and Still Life dramatised by John Harvey.

2: The Virgin in the Garden

Stephanie's wedding is to go ahead, in spite of her father's opposition.

Rehearsals for Alexander's play, and Alexander himself, are occupying her sister Frederica's attention, while her younger brother Marcus is undergoing a series of increasingly dangerous psychic experiments.

Narrator Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

Dramatised By: John Harvey.

Narrator: Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Young Frederica: Caroline Harker

Stephanie: Emma Fielding

Marcus: Richard Pearce

Bill Potter: Brett Usher

Winifred Potter: Anna Cropper

Daniel Orton: Neil Dudgeon

Mrs Orton: Freda Dowie

Lucas Simmmds: Mark Straker

Alexander: Andrew Wincott

Edmund Wilkie: Jonathan Tafler

Jenny Parry: Gillian Bevan

Matthew Crowe: Eric Allan

Marina Yeo: Gudrun Ure

Travelling Salesman: Peter Gunn

Vicar: Peter Penry Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920626]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of award-winning writer A S Byatt's novels The Virgin in the Garden and Still Life dramatised by John Harvey.

2: The Virgin in the Garden

Stephanie's wedding is to go ahead, in spite of her father's opposition.

Rehearsals for Alexander's play, and Alexander himself, are occupying her sister Frederica's attention, while her younger brother Marcus is undergoing a series of increasingly dangerous psychic experiments.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920626]

Dramatised By: John Harvey.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

Still Life

A four-part dramatisation of A S Byatt's novels The Virgin in the Garden and Still Life by John Harvey. 3: A Simple Ritual.

Stephanie gives up teaching in anticipation of the birth of her first child. Her sister

Frederica's horizons, however, are expanding. Narrator Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

Unknown: John Harvey.

Narrator: Sheila Hancock.

Music: Mary Nash

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Young Frederica: Caroline Harker

Stephanie: Emma Fielding

Marcus: Richard Pearce

Bill Potter: Brett Usher

Winifred Potter: Anna Cropper

Daniel Orton: Neil Dudgeon

Mrs Orton: Freda Dowie

Alexander: Andrew Wincott

Edmund Wilkie: Jonathan Tafler

Gideon Farrar: Keith Drinkel

Clemency Farrar: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920703]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of A S Byatt's novels The

Virgin in the Garden and StiU Life dramatised by John Harvey.

3: A Simple Ritual. Stephanie gives up teaching in anticipation of the birth of her first child.

Her sister Frederica's horizons, however, are expanding as she finally realises one of her long-cherished ambitions.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920703]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Still Life

A four-part serialisation of A S Byatt's novels The

Virgin in the Garden and Still Life dramatised by John Harvey and narrated by Sheila Hancock.

4: The Rainbow Comes and Goes.

Stephanie is determined to find time for her own studies, despite the demands of her family.

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Dramatised By: John Harvey

Unknown: Sheila Hancock.

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Young Frederica: Caroline Harker

Stephanie: Emma Fielding

Marcus: Richard Pearce

Bill Potter: Brett Usher

Winifred Potter: Anna Cropper

Daniel Orton: Neil Dudgeon

Alexander: Andrew Wincott

Edmund Wilkie: Jonathan Tafler

Raphael Faber: Frank Kovacs

Nigel Reiver: Matthew Sim

Gideon Farrar: Keith Drinkel

Clemency Farrar: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920710]

Still Life byASByatt.

4: The Rainbow Comes and Goes Stephanie is determined to find time for her own studies, despite the demands of her family. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920710]

Unknown: Goes Stephanie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

La Peste by Albert Camus.

Dramatised for radio in two parts by Guy Meredith.

1: Plague breaks out in a French port on the Algerian coast in the 1940s.

With Natasha Pyne , Sheila Grant , Garard Green , Brian Hewlett and Andrew Branch.

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Unknown: Albert Camus.

Unknown: Guy Meredith.

Unknown: Natasha Pyne

Unknown: Sheila Grant

Unknown: Garard Green

Unknown: Brian Hewlett

Unknown: Andrew Branch.

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Dr Rieux: Ronald Pickup

Tarrou: John Shrapnel

Rambert: Clive Merrison

Grand: Maurice Denham

Cottard: Brian Glover

Father Panaloux: Alfred Burke

Dr Richard: Stuart Organ

Dr Castel: John Bott

Radio Announcer: George Parsons

Prefect: David Garth

Madame Rieux: Joan Matheson

Monsieur Michel: Douglas Blackwell

Marie Hélène: Susie Brann

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920717]

La Peste by Albert Camus. Part 1. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920717]

Unknown: Albert Camus.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

La Peste by Albert Camus.

Dramatised in two parts by Guy Meredith.

2: While doctors Rieux and Castel urgently seek a remedy for the bubonic plague, Tarrou has his own ideas about what needs to be done. with John Church. Andrew Branch. Sheila Grant , Brian Hewlett and Garard Green.

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

Unknown: Albert Camus.

Unknown: Guy Meredith.

Unknown: Andrew Branch.

Unknown: Sheila Grant

Unknown: Brian Hewlett

Unknown: Garard Green.

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Dr Rieux: Ronald Pickup

Tarrou: John Shrapnel

Rambert: Clive Merrison

Grand: Maurice Denham

Collard: Brian Glover

Father Panaloux: Alfred Burke

DrRiclwrd: Stuart Organ

Dr Castel: John Bott

Radio Announcer: George Parsons

Prefect: David Garth

Madame Rieux: Joan Matheson

Marie Hélène: Susie Brann

Claire: Natasha Pyne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920724]

La Peste by Albert Camus.

2: While doctors Rieux and Castel urgently seek a remedy for the plague,

Tarrou has his own ideas about what needs to be done. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920724]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920725]

Claudius by Robert Graves.

A three-part radio version by Eric Ewens. 1: /,

Claudius Claudius tells of his life at court, his grandmother

Livia's ambitions, and the accession of Caligula.

Adapted and directed by Glyn Dearman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920725]

Unknown: Robert Graves.

Unknown: Eric Ewens.

Unknown: Claudius Claudius

Directed By: Glyn Dearman.

Claudius: Timothy West

Lima: Mary Morris

Livi: Lockwood West

Sibyl: Tessa Worsley

Young Claudius: Andrew Downer

Pollio: David Garth

Camilla: Verity Ann Meldrum

Germanicus: Graham Blockey

Augustus: Garard Green

Caligula: David Learner

Medullinus: Arnold Diamond

Postumus: Jamie Roberts

Sejanus: Geoffrey Collins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

Claudius by Robert Graves. A radio version by Eric Ewens in three parts. 2: Claudius Caesar

Claudius tells of Caligula's evil caprice as Emperor.

Adapted and directed by Glyn Dearman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

Unknown: Robert Graves.

Unknown: Eric Ewens

Unknown: Claudius Caesar

Directed By: Glyn Dearman.

Qaudius: Timothy West

Messalina: Mel Martin

Herod: Harold Kasket

Calpurnia: Frances Jeater

Caligula: David Learner

Mother: Mary Wimbush

Cassius: Alan Thompson

Callistus: Colin Starkey

Sergeant: Colin Starkey

Pallas: Jamie Roberts

Xenophon: Brett Usher

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920807]

Claudius

2: Claudius Caesar Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920808]

Claudius Robert Graves 's novels in a radio version by Eric Ewens. The final part. 3: Claudius the God After heavy military campaigning in Britain,

Claudius, on his death bed, realises that the future of Rome is in the balance.

Adapted and directed by Glyn Dearman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920808]

Unknown: Claudius Robert Graves

Unknown: Eric Ewens.

Directed By: Glyn Dearman.

Claudius: Timothy West

Messalina: Mel Martin

Polybius: Alan Thompson

Cdpumia: Frances Jeater

Vinicius: Graham Blockey

Plautius: Ronald Herdman

Caractacus: Henry Stamper

Xenophon: Brett Usher

Narcissus: Brian Smith

Agnppina: Narissa Knights

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920814]

Claudius

3: Claudius the God

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

Miss Marjoribanks Margaret Oliphant 's comedy of manners, dramatised in four parts. 1: Lucilla's Revolution Lucilla Marjoribanks returns from school with one purpose in life - to be a comfort to her recently widowed father.

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Music Malcolm McKee

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

Unknown: Miss Marjoribanks Margaret Oliphant

Dramatised By: Elizabeth Proud

Music: Malcolm McKee

Director: Sue Wilson.

Mrs Oliphant: Elizabeth Spriggs

Lucilla: Teresa Gallagher

Dr Marjoribanks: Roy Hanlon

Mr Cavendish: Keith Drinkel

Barbara Lake: Elizabeth Mansfield

Tom Marjoribanks: Nicholas Murchie

Mrs NeUy Woodburn: Elizabeth Proud

Colonel Chiley: Garard Green

Mrs Chiley: Ann Windsor

Mrs Mortimer: Kate Binchy

The Rev Bury: John Fleming

Nancy: Joanna Wake

Mrs Centum: Theresa Streatfeild

Molly Brown: Melanie Hudson

Mr Holden: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920821]

Miss Marjoribanks by Margaret Oliphant. 1: Lucilla's Revolution Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920821]

Unknown: Margaret Oliphant.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Miss Marjoribanks Margaret Oliphant 's comedy of manners, dramatised in four parts. 2: Skirmishes

Lucilla's "Thursday" has been a success, but Mr Cavendish is showing an interest in Barbara Lake.

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Music Malcolm McKee

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Unknown: Miss Marjoribanks Margaret Oliphant

Unknown: Mr Cavendish

Unknown: Barbara Lake.

Dramatised By: Elizabeth Proud

Music: Malcolm McKee

Director: Sue Wilson.

Mrs Okphant: Elizabeth Spriggs

Ludlla Marjoribanks: Teresa Gallagher

Archdeacon Beverley: Paul Daneman

Mr Cavendish: Keith Drinkel

Dr Marjoribanks: Roy Hanlon

Barbara Lake: Elizabeth Mansfield

Rose Lake: Joanna Myers

Mrs Chiley: Ann Windsor

Mrs NeUy Woodburn: Elizabeth Proud

Mr Woodburn: Christopher Scott

Colonel Chiley: Garard Green

Mr Centum: Peter Penry Jones

Lady Richmond: Jill Graham

Mrs Centum: Theresa Streatfeild

Molly Brown: Melanie Hudson

Mr Lake: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920905]

Miss Marjoribanks

The final part of Margaret Oliphant 's comedy of manners.

4: The Battle Lost and Won

Ten years have passed and Lucilla worries that she might have "gone off'. When the MP for

Carlingford dies, it seems that Mr Ashburton and Mr Cavendish are not of that opinion.

Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Music Malcolm McKee

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920905]

Unknown: Margaret Oliphant

Unknown: Mr Ashburton

Unknown: Mr Cavendish

Dramatised By: Elizabeth Proud

Music: Malcolm McKee

Director: Sue Wilson.

Mrs Oliphant: Elizabeth Spriggs

Lucilla: Teresa Gallagher

Dr Marjoribanks: Roy Hanlon

Mr Cavendish: Keith Drinkel

Mr Ashburton: Christopher Scott

Barbara Lake: Elizabeth Mansfield

Tom Marjoribanks: Nicholas Murchie

Nelly Woodburn: Elizabeth Proud

Colonel Chiley: Garard Green

Mrs Chiley: Ann Windsor

Lady Richmond: Jill Graham

Nancy: Joanna Wake

Mr Bury: John Fleming

Mrs Centum: Theresa Streatfeild

Mr Centum: Peter Penry Jones

Major Brown: Jonathan Adams

Maria Brown: Melanie Hudson

Mr Holden: Eric Allan

Rose Lake: Joanna Myers

Mr Black: John Webb

Edward: David Holt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920911]

Miss Marjoribanks 4: The Battle Lost and Won

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920912]

Pere Goriot

Honore de Balzac 's novel, dramatised for radio in four parts, with Stephen Fry as Balzac. 1: First Intents

Eugene has discovered that the mysterious Pere Goriot has two married daughters who could provide the key to his entry into Parisian society.

Dramatised by David Hopkins Director Kate Rowland Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920912]

Unknown: Pere Goriot

Unknown: Honore de Balzac

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Dramatised By: David Hopkins

Director: Kate Rowland

Eugene: Douglas Hodge

Vautrin: Davib Ross

Père Goriot: Geoffrey Banks

Delphinej Victorine: Alex Kingston

Mme Vauquer: Noreen Kershaw

Bianchon: Ian Mercer

MBe Michonneau: Romy Baskerville

Christophe JOHN griffin Fat Sylvie: Clare Dow

AnasiasiejMme Couture: Barbara Marten

Gondureau: Paul Broughton

Poiret: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920918]

Pere Goriot

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920919]

Pere Goriot

Balzac's novel, dramatised for radio in four parts, with 2: The Spur

Eugene de Rastignac attends his first ball in Parisian society, and is determined to leave the filth and smell of Maison Vauquer, the boarding house where the mysterious Pere Goriot also lives.

Dramatised by David Hopkins Director Kate Rowland Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920919]

Dramatised By: David Hopkins

Director: Kate Rowland

Balzac: Stephen Fry

Eugene: Douglas Hodge

Vautrin: David Ross

Père Goriot: Geoffrey Banks

Delphine: Alex Kingston

Victorine: Alex Kingston

Mme Vauquer: Noreen Kershaw

Bianchon: Ian Mercer

Mile Michonneau: Romy Baskerville

Christophe: John Griffin

Fat Sylvie: Clare Dow

Anastasie: Barbara Marten

Mme Couture: Barbara Marten

Gondureau: Paul Broughton

Poiret: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Pere Goriot

2: The Spur Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Unknown: Pere Goriot

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920926]

Pere Goriot

Balzac's novel, dramatised for radio in four parts, with Stephen Fry as Balzac.

3: Only Ambition

Eugene is confounded by Delphine's behaviour, and turns to Vautrin for help to make his way in Parisian society.

Dramatised by David Hopkins Director Kate Rowland

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920926]

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Dramatised By: David Hopkins

Director: Kate Rowland

Eugene: Douglas Hodge

Vautrin: David Ross

Pere Goriot: Geoffrey Banks

Delpliine; Vidorine: Alex Kingston

Mine Vauquer: Noreen Kershaw

Bianchon: Ian Mercer

Mile Michonneau: Romy Baskerville

Christophe: John Griffin

Fat Sylvie: Clare Dow

Anastasie/Mme Couture: Barbara Marten

Condureau: Paul Broughton

Poire I: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921002]

Pere Goriot

3: Only Ambition. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921003]

Pere Goriot

The last episode of a dramatisation of Balzac's novel, with Stephen Fry as Balzac.

4: Falls on the Other

Eugene becomes disillusioned with Parisian society as he watches the way Pere Goriot is treated by his daughters.

Dramatised by David Hopkins Director Kate Rowland. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921003]

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: Pere Goriot

Dramatised By: David Hopkins

Director: Kate Rowland.

Eugene: Douglas Hodge

Vautrin: David Ross

Père Goriot: Geoffrey Banks

Delphine: Alex Kingston

Victorine: Alex Kingston

Mme Vauquer: Noreen Kershaw

Bianchon: Ian Mercer

Mlle Michonneau: Romy Baskerville

Christophe: John Griffin

Fat Sylvie: Clare Dow

Anastasie: Barbara Marten

Mme Couture: Barbara Marten

Gondureau: Paul Broughton

Poiret: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921009]

Pere Goriot

4: Falls on the Other, Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921010]

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. A story of passion and repression set in Boston in the 1640s and dramatised in two episodes.

1: Hester Prynne , a scarlet letter on her breast and her baby in her arms, stands on the scaffold as the crowd surrounds her and cries out for her execution. Hester's sin of adultery is plain to see by the letter "A" she wears, but who should take the place by her side?

Dramatised by Greg Snow

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921010]

Unknown: Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Unknown: Hester Prynne

Hester Prynne: Deborah Rndlay

Pearl: Caroline Graham

Roger Chillingworth: Nigel Anthony

Arthur Dimmesdale: Michael Maloney

Reverendjohn Wilson: John Webb

Governor Bellingham: Aubrey Woods

Mistress Cork: Siriol Jenkins

Goodwife Spiveyj Widow Whitehead: Melinda Walker

Goodwife Purvis/Alice: Federay Holmes

Master Cadbury: Eric Allan

Brackett, the Jailor: John Church

Beadle/Sexton: David Holt

Man/Servant: Julian Rhind-Tutt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921016]

The Scarlet Letter Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921017]

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne , dramatised in two parts. 2: The simplest of shapes - the letter "A" - is the portent seen in the sky. There are those who believe it stands for

"Angel".

Arthur Dimmesdale , the Puritan community's own special angel, is striving to bury a secret deep in his heart, but there is someone who has already discovered it.

Dramatised by Greg Snow

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921017]

Unknown: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Unknown: Arthur Dimmesdale

Dramatised By: Greg Snow

Director: Tracey Neale.

Hester Prynne: Deborah Findlay

Pearl: Carollne Graham

Arthur Dimmesdale: Michael Maloney

Roger Chillingworth: Nigel Anthony

Reverend John Wilson: John Webb

Governor Bellingham: Aubrey Woods

Mistress Cork: Siriol Jenkins

Mistress Hibbins: Jill Graham

Widow Foster: Meunda Walker

Captain: Eric Allan

Deacon/Beadle: David Holt

Servant: Julian Rhind-Tutt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921023]

The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Dramatised in two parts by Greg Snow.

2: The simplest of shapes - the letter "A" - is the portent seen in the sky. There are those who believe it stands for "Angel".

Arthur Dimmesdale , the Puritan community's own special angel, is striving to bury a secret deep in his heart, but there is someone who has already discovered it. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921023]

Unknown: Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Unknown: Greg Snow.

Unknown: Arthur Dimmesdale

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921024]

The True Story of Martin Guerre

A two-part drama based on the trial notes of the 16th-century French judge Jean De Coras.

Martin Guerre lived in the Pyrenean village of Artigat and was charged with being an impostor on his return after an absence of eight years. But the trial left many questions unanswered.

With Sean Bean as Martin Guerre and Lesley Dunlop as his wife Bertrande.

Dramatised by Guy Meredith Music Philip Picket

Director Janet Whitaker Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921024]

Unknown: Jean de Coras.

Unknown: Martin Guerre

Unknown: Sean Bean

Unknown: Lesley Dunlop

Dramatised By: Guy Meredith

Jean de Coras: Olivier Pierre

Sanxi Guerre: Alex Norton

Pierre Guerre: Andrew Melville

Andreu de Rols: John Church

Mme de Rols: Jill Graham

Priest: John Webb

Jean de Loza: Jonathan Adams

Jean d'Escorneboeuf: Keith Drinkell

Catherine Boeri: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921030]

The True Story of Martin Guerre

Dramatised in two parts from the trial notes of the 16th-century French judge, Jean de Coras.

When Martin Guerre returned home to his

Pyrenean village after eight years he was charged with being an impostor. But the trial left many questions unanswered, stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921030]

Unknown: Jean de Coras.

Unknown: Martin Guerre

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921031]

The True Story of Martin Guerre

Second of a two-part dramatisation from the trial notes of the 16th-century French judge, Jean de Coras. Martin Guerre 's wife, Bertrande, has accepted him on his return after eight years' absence and borne him two further children, but then accuses him of being an impostor.

Magistrate PETER PENRY JONES Other parts played by Federay Holmes , John Church ,

Keith Drinkel , Jonathan Adams. John Webb and Siriol Jenkins

Dramatised by Guy Meredith Music by Philip Pickett

Performed by Pavlo Beznosiuk , Tom Finucane and Stephen Henderson

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921031]

Unknown: Jean de Coras.

Unknown: Martin Guerre

Unknown: Peter Penry Jones

Played By: Federay Holmes

Played By: John Church

Played By: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: Jonathan Adams.

Unknown: John Webb

Unknown: Siriol Jenkins

Dramatised By: Guy Meredith

Music By: Philip Pickett

Unknown: Pavlo Beznosiuk

Unknown: Tom Finucane

Unknown: Stephen Henderson

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Martin: Sean Bean

Bertrande: Leslie Dunlop

Jean de Coras: Olivier Pierre

Bertrande's Mother: Jill Graham

Pierre Guerre: Andrew Melville

Sanglas: Steve Hodson

Mme Sanglas: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Francoise: Jo Kendall

Carbon Barrau: Peter Gunn

Guillem: Eric Allan

Sliepherdl Dominique Pujol: John Fleming

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921106]

The True Story of Martin Guerre

Second of a two-part dramatisation from the trial notes of the 16th-century French judge, Jean de Coras. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921106]

Unknown: Jean de Coras.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921107]

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 's satire on 1930s Russia, dramatised in four parts. With Daniel Massey as Woland,

Michael Maloney as the Master, and Geraldine James as Margarita. 1: Jesus and the Critic

A severed head, a giant talking cat, an invisible guest and two madmen - it's springtime in Moscow!

Dramatised by Brian Wright

Director David Hitchinson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921107]

Unknown: Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

Unknown: Daniel Massey

Unknown: Michael Maloney

Unknown: Geraldine James

Dramatised By: Brian Wright

Director: David Hitchinson.

Bezdomny: Nigel Anthony

Koroviev: Colin Jeavons

Azazeio: John Hollis

Behemoth: David Holt

Inspector: Eric Allan

Natasha: Melanie Hudson

Sergeant: Jonathan Adams

Berlioz: John Fleming

Stepa: John Church

Dr Stravinsky: Peter Penry Jones

Nikanor: John Webb

Yeshua: Jonathan Tafler

Nurse: Melinda Walker

Wife: Linda Polan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921113]

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 's masterly novel, dramatised in four parts. I: Jesus and the Critic Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921113]

Unknown: Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921114]

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 's masterly novel, dramatised in four parts. With Daniel Massey as Woland,

Michael Maloney as the Master, and Geraldine James as Margarita.

2: The Magic Theatre Margarita meets the gangster. The Master's in the asylum and Woland and his talking cat are about to appear at the Variety Theatre. Devilish chaos comes to Moscow!

Dramatised by Brian Wright

Director David Hitchinson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921114]

Unknown: Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

Unknown: Daniel Massey

Unknown: Michael Maloney

Unknown: Geraldine James

Dramatised By: Brian Wright

Director: David Hitchinson.

Bezdomny: Nigel Anthony

Koroviev: Colin Jeavons

Azazello: John Hollis

Behemoth: David Holt

Natasha: Melanie Hudson

Inspector: Eric Allan

Sergeant: Jonathan Adams

Bengalsky: Jonathan Tafler

Berlioz: John Fleming

Rimsky: Peter Penry Jones

Baron Maigel: John Webb

Latunsky: John Church

Nina: Linda Polan

Nurse: Melinda Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921120]

The Master and Margarita

2: The Magic Theatre

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921121]

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 's satire on 1930s Russia, dramatised in four parts. With and 3: The Devil Entertains

Margarita takes to the air, the Master's novel reveals the guilt of Pontius Pilate , and Professor Woland's magic act astonishes the Variety Theatre audience!

Dramatised by Brian Wright

Director David Hitchinson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921121]

Unknown: Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

Unknown: Pontius Pilate

Dramatised By: Brian Wright

Director: David Hitchinson.

Woland: Daniel Massey

the Master: Michael Maloney

Margarita.: Geraldine James

Bezdomny: Nigel Anthony

Koroviev: Colin Jeavons

Azazello: John Holus

Behemoth: David Holt

Inspector: Eric Allan

Sergeant: Jonathan Adams

Rimsky: Peter Penry Jones

Bengalsky: Jonathan Tafler

Natasha: Melanie Hudson

Berlioz: John Fleming

Latunsky: John Church

Baron Maigel: John Webb

Nurse: Melinda Walker

Woman: Linda Polan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921127]

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 's satire on 1930s Russia, dramatised in four parts. With ; and 3: The Devil Entertains

Margarita takes to the air, the Master's novel reveals the guilt of Pontius Pilate , and Professor Woland's magic act astonishes the Variety Theatre audience! Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921127]

Unknown: Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov

Unknown: Pontius Pilate

Woland: Daniel Massey

the Master: Michael Maloney

Margarita: Geraldine James

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

The Master and Margarita

The final part of Mikhail Bulgakov 's novel.

The Fifth Dimension The dead rise to greet Queen Margarita at the Ball of the Spring Moon. But will she save her beloved Master?

Dramatised by Brian Wright

Director David Hitchinson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

Unknown: Mikhail Bulgakov

Unknown: Spring Moon.

Dramatised By: Brian Wright

Director: David Hitchinson.

Woland: Daniel Massey

The Master: Michael Maloney

Margarita: Geraldine James

Bezdomny: Nigel Anthony

Koroviev: Colin Jeavons

Azazello: John Hollis

Behemoth: David Holt

Natasha: Melanie Hudson

Inspector: Eric Allan

Sergeant: Jonathan Adams

Baron Maigel: John Webb

Berlioz: John Flemlng

Matthew: John Church

Detective: Peter Penry Jones

Frieda: Linda Polan

Yeshua: Jonathan Tafler

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921204]

The Master and Margarita

The final part of Mikhail Bulgakov 's novel.

The Fifth Dimension The dead rise to greet Queen Margarita at the Ball of the Spring Moon. But will she save her beloved Master? The devilish tale concludes. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921204]

Unknown: Mikhail Bulgakov

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

The Wrong Box

The first of two stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. A comedy of misunderstandings in which a stubborn corpse refuses to take it lying down.

Dramatised by Ron Butlin

Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

Stories By: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Ron Butlin

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Morns: Finlay Welsh

Michael: Keith Drinkel

Julia: Lyndsay Maples

Uncle Joseph: Neville Barber

Gideon: Forbes Masson

Pitman: John Ramage

Masterman: Martin Heller

Ocrk: Steven McNicoll

Doctor: Ian Sexon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921211]

The Wrong Box

The first of two stories by Robert Louis Stevenson.

A comedy of misunderstandings in which a stubborn corpse refuses to take it lying down.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921211]

Stories By: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

The Suicide Club

The second of two stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this melodrama the gallant Prince Florizel of Bohemia swears vengeance on an evil gaming establishment where the stake is life itself.

Dramatised by Trevor Royle Director Patrick Rayner Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

Stories By: Robert Louis Stevenson.

Dramatised By: Trevor Royle

Director: Patrick Rayner

Florizel: Crawford Logan

Geroldine: James MacPherson

Young Man: Nicholas Gilbrook

The President: Robin Thomson

Malthus: Tom Criddle

O'Rooke: David McKail

Rich: Mark Coleman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921218]

The Suicide Club

The second of two stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this melodrama, the gallant Prince Florizel of Bohemia swears vengeance on an evil gaming establishment. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921218]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930108]

Twenty Thousand

Streets under the Sky by Patrick Hamilton , dramatised in three parts. 1: The Midnight BeH London, 1927.

Bob meets a prostitute called Jenny, and Ella is invited to the theatre.

Other parts: Vincent Brimble , Brian Miller and Joan Walker

Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Glyn Oearman.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930108]

Unknown: Patrick Hamilton

Unknown: Vincent Brimble

Unknown: Brian Miller

Dramatised By: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Glyn Oearman.

Bob: Steven Pacey

m: Annette Badland

jenny: Emily Morgan

Prunella: Elizabeth Mansfield

Violet: Alice Arnold

Rex: Christopher Good

Andy: David Goudge

Tom: Paul Downing

Marian: Margot Boyd

Bella: Joan Matheson

Ella's Mother: Anna Cropper

Guvnor: David King

Mrs Guvnor: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930115]

Twenty Thousand

Streets under the Sky Patrick Hamilton's story, dramatised in three parts. 2: The Siege of Pleasure In which the prostitute

Jenny tells Bob of her fall from grace".

Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Glyn Dearman.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930115]

Dramatised By: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Ernest Eccles: John Moffatt

Bob: Steven Pacey

m: Annette Badland

Jenny: Emily Morgan

Rex: Christopher Good

AndyZ: David Goudge

Marian: Margot Boyd

Beta: Joan Matheson

Tom': Paul Downing

Violet: Allce Arnold

Prunella: Elizabeth Mansfield

Guvnor: David King

MrsGuimor: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930122]

Twenty Thousand

Streets Under the Sky by Patrick Hamilton.

Final part: The Plains of Cement. Bob gives Jenny an ultimatum and Ella has a confrontation with Mr Eccles.

Other parts: Donald Gee , Michael Kilgarriff and Marcia King

Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Glyn Dearman.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930122]

Unknown: Patrick Hamilton.

Unknown: Mr Eccles.

Unknown: Donald Gee

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff

Dramatised By: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Bob: Steven Pacey

Ella: Annette Badland

Jenny: Emily Morgan

Ernest Eccles: John Moffatt

Prosser: Geoffrey Whitehead

Prunella: Elizabeth Mansfield

Andy: David Goudge

Guvnor: David King

Mrs Guvnor: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930124]

Madame Bovary

Gustave Flaubert 's novel, dramatised in four parts. With and

1: Emma dreams of romance, of a young lover who will sweep her off her feet. It is an irony of fate that it is Charles Bovary who walks into her life.

Translated by Alan Russell Dramatised by Christopher Reason

Pianist: Bernard Robertson Singer: Claude Close

Director Kay Patrick. 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930124]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Unknown: Gustave Flaubert

Unknown: Emma Dreams

Unknown: Charles Bovary

Translated By: Alan Russell

Dramatised By: Christopher Reason

Pianist: Bernard Robertson

Singer: Claude Close

Director: Kay Patrick.

Emma: Nicola Pagett

Charles Bovary: Stephen Moore

Monsieur: Clive Swift

Lheureux: Sam Dastor

Héloïse: Stephanie Turner

Professor: Geoffrey Banks Father

Servant: Geoffrey Banks

Charles' Father: Geoffrey Banks

Nastasie: Fenella Norman

Rouault: Robin Polley

Félicité: Saskia Downes

Leon Dupuis: Paul Downing

The Marquis: Graeme Kirk

The Viscount: Christopher Kent

Hivert: Christopher Kent

Charles Mother: Ann Rye

Marchioness: Ann Rye

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930129]

Madame Bovary

A dramatisation of the novel by Gustave Flaubert With

1: Emma dreams of romance, of a young lover who will sweep her off her feet. It is an irony of fate that it is Charles Bovary who walks into her life.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930129]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Novel By: Gustave Flaubert

Unknown: Charles Bovary

Emma: Nicola Pagett

Charles Bovary: Stephen Moore

Monsieur Homais: Clive Swift

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930131]

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. and 2: Frustrated in her marriage to Charles, Emma turns to Leon for the romance she craves.

Abbé/Maurice....RODNEY UTCHFIELD Pianist: Bernard Robertson Singer: Claude Close

Translated by Alan Russell

Dramatised by Christopher Reason Director Kay Patrick.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930131]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Unknown: Gustave Flaubert.

Pianist: Bernard Robertson

Translated By: Alan Russell

Dramatised By: Christopher Reason

Director: Kay Patrick.

Emma,: With Nicola Pagett

Charles Bovary,: Stephen Moore

Monsieur Homais: Clive Swift

Rodolphe Boulanger: Roger Allam

Léon Dupuis: Paul Downing

: Lheureux Samdastor

Félicité: Saskia Downes

Madame Rollet: Jane Cox

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930205]

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. 2: Frustrated in her marriage to Charles,

Emma turns to Leon for romance. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930205]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Unknown: Gustave Flaubert.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930212]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Unknown: Gustave Flaubert.

Unknown: Nicola Pagett

Unknown: Stephen Moore

Unknown: Charles Bovary

Unknown: Clive Swift

Unknown: Monsieur Homais

Unknown: Roger Allam

Unknown: Rodolphe Boulanger.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930214]

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. With and Final part: Emma in desperation hurls herself with unhealthy intensity into an affair with Leon.

Translated by Alan Russell

Dramatised by Christopher Reason Pianist Bernard Robertson Director Kay Patrick.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930214]

Unknown: Madame Bovary

Unknown: Gustave Flaubert.

Translated By: Alan Russell

Dramatised By: Christopher Reason

Pianist: Bernard Robertson

Director: Kay Patrick.

Emma: Nicola Pagett

Charles Bovary: Stephen Moore

Monsieur Homais: Clive Swift

Rodolphe Boulanger: Roger Allam

Lheureux: Sam Dastor

Leon Dupuis: Paul Downing

Justin: Damien Walker

Félicité: Saskia Downes

Beadle: Peter Wheeler

The Bailiff: Christopher Wilkinson

Blind Beggar/Cabbie: Claude Close

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930219]

Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert.

With Nicola Pagett as Emma, Stephen Moore as Charles Bovary , Clive Swift as Monsieur Homais and Roger Allam as Rodolphe Boulanger.

Final part: In desperation Emma hurls herself with unhealthy intensity into an affair with Leon.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930219]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930221]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.

Starring Juliet Stevenson 1: Old Friends and New Meetings

It is 1814 in the village of Uppercross in Somersetshire, and Sir Walter Elliot of Kellynch Hall has long since given up any hope of his daughter's making a favourable marriage. But Anne did fall in love eight years ago with Frederick Wentworth , a young man with no fortune and no family connections. She was persuaded to give him up. Has he forgiven her?

Director Vanessa Whitburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930221]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson

Unknown: Sir Walter Elliot

Unknown: Frederick Wentworth

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Anne Elliot: Juliet Stevenson

Captain Wentworth: Jm Brierley

Jane Austen: Sorcha Cusack

Sir Walter Elliot: Roger Hume

Elizabeth Elliot: Claire Faulconbridge

Mary Musgrove: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Charles Musgrove: Alister Cameron

Little Charles: John Abell

Henrietta Musgrove: Alison Dowling

Louisa Musgrove: Jayne Dowell

Mrs Musgrove: Sheila Grant

Lady Russell: Patricia Galumore

Admiral Croft: Jeffery Dench

Sophia Croft: Tina Gray

Mrs Clay: Hedli Niklaus

Mr Shepherd: Stephen Hancock

Charles Hayter: Clive Marlowe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930226]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.

Starring Juliet Stevenson 1: Old Friends and New Meetings

It is 1814 in the village of Uppercross in Somersetshire and Sir Walter Elliot of Kellynch Hall has long since given up any hope of his daughter making a favourable marriage. But Anne did fall in love, eight years ago.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930226]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson

Unknown: Sir Walter Elliot

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.

Starring Juliet Stevenson 2: Accidents and Encounters Captain Wentworth has returned to the village of Uppercross and has become the centre of social life for the Musgrove family. Only Anne Elliot appears to remember the past and her rejection of his love, eight years ago. But is it indifference or coldness which she now senses in his attitude towards her?

Captain Harville....PAUL ALEXANDER Square piano: Kenneth Mobbs

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Vanessa Whitburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930228]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson

Unknown: Anne Elliot

Unknown: Paul Alexander

Piano: Kenneth Mobbs

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Anne Elliot: Juliet Stevenson

Captain Wentworth: Tim Brierley

Jane Austen: Sorcha Cusack

Sir Walter Elliot: Roger Hume

Elizabeth Elliot: Clare Faulconbridge

Mr Elliot: Peter Harlowe

Mary Musgrove: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Charles Musgrove: Alister Cameron

Louisa Musgrove: Jayne Dowell

Henrietta Musgrove: Alison Dowling

Mrs Musgrove: Sheila Grant

Lady Russel: Patricia Gallimore

Mrs Clay: Hedli Niklaus

Admiral Croft: Jeffery Dench

Sophia Croft: Tina Gray

Captain Benwick: Tony Turner

Mrs Smith: Carole Boyd

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.

Starring Juliet Stevenson. Final part:

Friendly Persuasion. Louisa Musgrove has become engaged to Captain Benwick, and Anne Elliot dares to hope that Captain Wentworth's affections might once again be hers.

..Dramatised by Michelene Wandor

Director Vanessa Whitburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930307]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson.

Unknown: Louisa Musgrove

Unknown: Anne Elliot

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Vanessa Whitburn

Anne Elliot: Juliet Stevenson

Captain Wentworth: Tim Brierley

Jane Austen: Sorcha Cusack

Sir Walter Elliot: Roger Hume

Elizabeth Elliot: Claire Faul Conbridge

Mr Elliot: Peter Harlowe

Mary Musgrove: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Charles Musgrove: Auster Cameron

Mrs Musgrove: Sheila Grant

Henrietta Musgrove: Alison Dowling

Lady Russell: Patricia Gallimore

Mrs Smith: Carole Boyd

Mrs Clay: Hedli Niklaus

Sophia Croft: Tina Gray

Captain Harville: Paul Alexander

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930312]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.

Starring Juliet Stevenson. Final part:

Friendly Persuasion

Louisa Musgrove has become engaged to

Captain Benwick. Anne Elliot dares to hope that Captain Wentworth's affections might, once again, be hers.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930312]

Unknown: Jane Austen.

Unknown: Juliet Stevenson.

Unknown: Louisa Musgrove

Unknown: Captain Benwick.

Unknown: Anne Elliot

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. A story of love and obsession in three parts, in which Miss M struggles to find her place in Victorian society. 1: Miss M

Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930314]

Unknown: Walter de la Mare.

Dramatised By: Stephen Wyatt

Director: Martin Jenkins

Miss M: Emma Fielding

Sir Walter Pollacke: John Church

Pollie: Melanie Hudson

Young MissM: Sian Jenkins

Adam Waggett: Matthew Morgan

Gypsy Woman: Susan Brown

Mrs Bowater: Jill Graham

Bates: John Baddeley

Fanny Bowater: Sylvestra Letouzel

Dr Phelps: John Webb

Young Man: David Holt

Harold Crimble: Keith Drinkel

Lady Pollacke: Maureen O'Brien

Mrs Crimble: Pauline Letts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930319]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare.

A three-part story of love, intrigue and obsession, as the diminutive Miss M struggles to find her place in Victorian society. 1: Miss M.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930319]

Unknown: Walter de la Mare.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930321]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. 2: Mr Anon

Miss M finds herself torn between the demands of her young suitor and the "evil" Fanny Bowater.

Flemming...SANDRA JAMES YOUNG Susan Monnerie...FEDERAY HOLMES Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930321]

Unknown: Walter de la Mare.

Unknown: Mr Anon

Unknown: Sandra James Young

Unknown: Susan Monnerie

Dramatised By: Stephen Wyatt

Director: Martin Jenkins

Miss M: Emma Fielding

Sir Walter Pollack: John Church

Fanny Bowater: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Mr Anon: Robert Glenister

Mrs Bwater: Jill Graham

Lady Pollack: Maureen O'Brien

Mrs Monnerie: Anna Massey

Harold Crimble: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930326]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. 2: Mr Anon.

Miss M finds herself torn between the demands of her obsessive young suitor and the "evil" Fanny Bowater.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930326]

Unknown: Walter de la Mare.

Unknown: Mr Anon.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930328]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. Final part: The Circus.

Miss M's determination to be free leads her into the world of circus, and to an untimely death.

Dramatised by Stephen Wyatt Director Martin Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930328]

Unknown: Walter de la Mare.

Dramatised By: Stephen Wyatt

Director: Martin Jenkins

Miss M: Emma Fielding

Sir Walter PoUacke: John Church

Mrs Mmnerie: Anna Massey

Susan Monnerie: Federay Holmes

Fanny Bowater: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Mr Anon: Robert Glenister

Captain Valentine: David Holt

Percy Maudlen: Charles Simpson

Adam Waggett: Matthew Morgan

Gypsy Woman: Susan Brown

Showman: John Junkin

Mrs Bowater: Jill Graham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930402]

Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. Final part: The Circus

Miss M's determination to be free leads her into the world of circus, and to an untimely death.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930402]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930404]

La Bete Humaine

Emile Zola 's classic thriller dramatised in three parts. With Michael Maloney as Jacques, Martin Head as Roubaud, and Imogen Stubbs as Severine. 1: The Voice Inside

"Every time I went by, a cold shiver passed through me: I somehow knew this house was.... waiting - for me."

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: Barrington Pheloung Director Nigel Bryant

SEE PREVIEW page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930404]

Unknown: Emile Zola

Unknown: Michael Maloney

Unknown: Martin Head

Unknown: Imogen Stubbs

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Director: Nigel Bryant

Henri Dauvergne: Andy Hockley

Flore: Rebecca Wright

Aunt Phasie: Sheila Kelley

Misard: Jonathan Wyatt

Moulin: Patric Turner

Pecqueux: Peter Meakin

Philomene: Vikki Chambers

Dabadie: Laurence Rew

Cauche: Gerry Hinks

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930409]

La Bete Humaine 1: The Voice Inside

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930411]

La Bete Humaine

Emile Zola 's classic thriller dramatised in three parts. With Michael Maloney as Jacques, Martin Head as Roubard, and Imogen Stubbs as Severine. 2: The Murder

"The whole thing seemed stupid - a complete nightmare - like a murder plan thought up by a child." with Andy Hockley , Sheila Kelley , Jonathan Wyatt. Richard Mitchley and Gerry Hinks

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: Barrington Pheloung Director Nigel Bryant

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930411]

Unknown: Emile Zola

Unknown: Michael Maloney

Unknown: Martin Head

Unknown: Imogen Stubbs

Unknown: Andy Hockley

Unknown: Sheila Kelley

Unknown: Jonathan Wyatt.

Unknown: Richard Mitchley

Unknown: Gerry Hinks

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Director: Nigel Bryant

Denizet: Simon Carter

Camy-Lamotte: Roger Hume

Cabuche: David Lloyd

Pecqueux: Peter Meakin

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930416]

La Bete Humaine

Emile Zola 's classic thriller dramatised in three parts. 2: The Murder

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930416]

Unknown: Emile Zola

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930418]

La Bete Humaine

The final part of Emile Zola 's thriller. With Michael Maloney as Jacques, Martin Head as Roubaud and Imogen Stubbs as Sevenne. The Cure

"Thou shalt not kill... Yes, but there's a more basic law than that - the most ancient law of all...

Dramatised by Sally Hedges Music: Barrington Pheloung Director Nigel Bryant

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930418]

Unknown: Emile Zola

Unknown: Michael Maloney

Unknown: Martin Head

Unknown: Imogen Stubbs

Dramatised By: Sally Hedges

Director: Nigel Bryant

Flore: Rebecca Wright

Misarl: Jonathan Wyah

Cabuche: David Lloyd

Pecqueux: Peter Meakin

Philomène: Vikki Chambers

Denizet: Simon Carter

Camy-Lamolle: Roger Hume

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930423]

La Bete Humaine

The final part of Emile Zola 's classic thriller. The Cure

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930423]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930425]

Children of the Dead End

Patrick MacGill 's novel earned him condemnation from every pulpit and landowner in Ireland. 1- Restless Youth

Though only 12, Dermod and Norah are forced to leave Donegal and work the potato fields of Scotland. Gerard

Murphy is Dermod Flynn the narrator.

Dramatised by Maurice Leitch Director Eoin O'Callaghan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930425]

Unknown: Patrick MacGill

Unknown: Dermod Flynn

Dramatised By: Maurice Leitch

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

Young Demod: Robert Taylor

Norah Ryan: Diane O'Kelly

Fergus Ryan/Ticket collector: Tim Loane

Fr Devaney/Old Man: Kevin Flood

Farley McKeoum: John Hewitt

Judy/Mrs Ryan: Aine McCartney

Bennett: Sean Caffrey

Sheila Carroll: Stella McCusker

Ma Bennett: Trudy Kelly

Mikky's Jim: Niall Cusack

Young Michael: Allen Docherty

Girl: Katy Gleadhill

Mary: Margaret D'Arcy

Schoolmaster: Bj Hogg

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930430]

Children of the Dead End„ ,u

1: Restless Youth

(Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm,

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930502]

Children of the Dead End by Patrick MacGill. 2: A Good Time Coming Dermod falls prey to gambling, and Norah to the advances of the local laird. A wedge is driven between them.

Gerard Murphy is Dermod Flynn the narrator

Dramatised by Maurice Leitch Director Eoin O'Callaghan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930502]

Unknown: Patrick MacGill.

Unknown: Gerard Murphy

Dramatised By: Maurice Leitch

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

Dermod Flynn: Robert Taylor

Norah Ryan: Diane O'Kelly

Micky's Jim: Niall Cusack

Sheila Carroll: Stella McCusker

Mary: Margaret Darcy

Donal: Finlay Welsh

Gourock Ellen: Frances Low

Judy: Wendy Seager

Eamonn: Kenneth Glenaan

Jean: Grace Glover

Willie: James Bryce

Morrison: Simon Donald

Moleskin: Crawford Logan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930507]

Children of the Dead End

Condemned from every pulpit in Ireland,

Patrick MacGill 's celebrated novel follows the fate of two young lovers who are forced to seek their fortune in Scotland.

2: A Good Time Coming

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930507]

Unknown: Patrick MacGill

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930509]

Children of the Dead End

Patrick MacGill 's novel follows the fate of two young lives almost destroyed by poverty. Final part: The Rat Pit Norah, alone and pregnant, is forced to walk the streets of Glasgow. Gerard Murphy is Dermod Flynn the Narrator.

Dramatised by Maurice Leitch Director Eoin O'Callaghan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930509]

Unknown: Patrick MacGill

Unknown: Dermod Flynn

Dramatised By: Maurice Leitch

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

Dermod Flynn: Robert Taylor

Norah Ryan: Diane O'Kelly

MkkySJim: Niall Cusack

Sheila Carroll: Stella McCusker

Mary: Margaret D'Arcy

Priest: Finlay Welsh

Gourock Ellen: Frances Low

[udy: Wendy Seager

Agnes: Grace Glover

Mcanless: James Bryce

pocto,: Simon Donald

Moleskin: Crawford Logan

Caretaker: Anne Downie

Meg: Sheila Latimer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930514]

Children of the Dead End by Patrick MacGill. Final part: The Rat Pit

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930514]

Unknown: Patrick MacGill.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930516]

My Son, My Son First in a five-part dramatisation of Howard Spring's saga of two families whose destinies seem inextricably entwined. The story begins in 1882... Starring Ronald Pickup as William Essex.

Dramatised by Stan Barstow Director Kay Patrick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930516]

Unknown: Ronald Pickup

Unknown: William Essex

Dramatised By: Stan Barstow

Director: Kay Patrick

Essex as a child: James Higgins

Essexa boy: David Holt

Dermot: Stuart Organ

MrsO'Riorden: Eva Stuart

MrO'Riorden: Sean Barrett

Mr Moscrop: John Baddeley

Eustace Oliver: John Fleming

Sheila: Sandra James-Young

Ackroyd: David Thorpe

Nelie: Alison Reid

flynn: Ronald Herdman

Summerway: Jonathan Adams

Little boy: Rhys Watson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930521]

My Son, My Son by Howard Spring.

Episode one.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930523]

My Son, My Son by Howard Spring dramatised in five parts. With Ronald Pickup as William Essex.

2: Essex has now married Nellie and their life together, based on his need for money, is joyless. He clings to his plans for his son Oliver, and as he and Dermot become more and more successful, he blinds himself to his sons faults.

Dramatised by Stan Barstow Director Kay Patrick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930523]

Dramatised By: Stan Barstow

Director: Kay Patrick

Dermot: Stuart Organ

Sheila: Sandra James-Young

Nellie: Alison Reid

Maevea as a child: Sophie Green

Maevea as a girl: Melinda Walker

Olivera as a child: Sam Wise

Oliver as a boy: James Cohen

RoryasacW: Ben Guy

Rorjasaboy: Adam Morley

Daisy: Sunny Ormonde

Donnelly: Keith Drinkel

Sam Sawle: Danny Schiller

Judas: Michael Goldie

Mary Latter: Jillie Meers

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930530]

My Son, My Son by Howard Spring.

Third of five parts, with Maeve is now a huge success in the theatre and Essex is tempted to write a play for her.

Song: Kay Patrick

Dramatised by Stan Barstow Director Kay Patrick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930530]

Song: Kay Patrick

Dramatised By: Stan Barstow

Director: Kay Patrick

William Essex: Ronald Pickup

Demot: Stuart Organ

Nette: Allson Reid

Mam: Melinda Walker

Maggie: Kate Binchy

Livia: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Ojiver: Richard Willis

Rory: Matthew Morgan

Headmaster: Philip Anthony

Wertheim: Steve Hodson

Annie: Jill Graham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930604]

My Son, My Son by Howard Spring.

Third of five parts, with Ronald Pickup as William Essex.

Maeve is now a huge success in the theatre and Essex is tempted to write a play for her. Rory has been sent to Ireland for his education. Essex's relationship with Oliver. whom he still adores, is threatened when they both meet the beautiful Livia Vaynol.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930604]

Unknown: Ronald Pickup

Unknown: Livia Vaynol.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971226]

Repeated from Sunday 21 December 2.30pm