The Lost World

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by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE abridged by BARBARA HENDERSON Read by Michael Kilgarriff

A great dark shadow hopped into the moonlight. It had a broad, squat, toad-like face and was surely, one of the most terrible beasts which had ever walked this earth. As it loped along it brought its nose to the ground. It was smelling out my trail.

Produced by JOHN CARDY (First of 14 instalments)

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Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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01A Bridge To The Unknown2011032020110326
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Professor Challenger sets out to find a lost race of creatures in the heart of the Amazon.

1/2 A Bridge to the Unknown

By Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised by Chris Harrald. The hot-headed Professor Challenger claims that extinct species of animals are still to be found living on an isolated Amazonian plateau. Dr Summerlee, Lord John Roxton and the intrepid reporter, Edward Malone, find themselves committed to a journey of a lifetime.

Professor Challenger...David Robb

Dr Diana Summerlee...Jasmine Hyde

Lord John Roxton...Jamie Glover

Edward Malone...Jonathan Forbes

Gomez...Milton Lopes

Beaumont...Sam Dale

Meldrum...Sean Baker

Maple White...Nyasha Hatendi

Tarp Henry...Brian Bowles

Edith Challenger...Jane Whittenshaw

Indian tribesman...Vinicius Salles

Directed by Marilyn Imrie

Dramatist Chris Harrald is a writer for radio film and television. He won the 2009 Sony Gold award for radio drama for his play 'Mr Larkin's Awkward Day'.

By Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised by Chris Harrald.

The hot-headed Professor Challenger claims that extinct species of animals are still to be found living on an isolated Amazonian plateau.

Dr Summerlee, Lord John Roxton and the intrepid reporter, Edward Malone, find themselves committed to a journey of a lifetime.

Dramatist Chris Harrald is a writer for radio film and television.

He won the 2009 Sony Gold award for radio drama for his play 'Mr Larkin's Awkward Day'.

Professor Challenger's quest to find dinosaurs in the heart of the Amazon.

02 LASTOur Eyes Have Seen Great Wonders2011032720110402
20130714 (BBC7)
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Will Professor Challenger and his team survive the dangers of the Amazonian plateau?

2/2: Our Eyes Have Seen Great Wonders.

By Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised by Chris Harrald. Professor Challenger and his team are marooned on the isolated Amazonian plateau, at the mercy of dinosaurs and a murderous tribe of hominids. Will they survive to satisfy their scientific curiosity? Will they be able to escape and bring home news of their discoveries?

Professor Challenger...David Robb

Dr Diana Summerlee...Jasmine Hyde

Lord John Roxton...Jamie Glover

Edward Malone...Jonathan Forbes

Querioz... Vinicius Salles

Meldrum...Sean Baker

Indian tribesman... Milton Lopes

Directed by Marilyn Imrie

Dramatist Chris Harrald is a writer for radio film and television. He won the 2009 Sony Gold award for radio drama for his play 'Mr Larkin's Awkward Day'.

By Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised by Chris Harrald.

Professor Challenger and his team are marooned on the isolated Amazonian plateau, at the mercy of dinosaurs and a murderous tribe of hominids.

Will they survive to satisfy their scientific curiosity? Will they be able to escape and bring home news of their discoveries?

Querioz...

Vinicius Salles

Indian tribesman...

Milton Lopes

Dramatist Chris Harrald is a writer for radio film and television.

He won the 2009 Sony Gold award for radio drama for his play 'Mr Larkin's Awkward Day'.

Will Professor Challenger and his explorers escape the dangers of the Lost World?