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Genome: [r4 Bd=19900108]

Directed By: Shaun MacLoughun

Charles: Christian Rodska

Sarah: Deborah Cranston

Rebecca: Sarah O'Keefe

Graham: Anthony Jackson

Joyce: Joanna MacKie

Paul: Ross Wilkinson

Sandy: Lucy Carter

Piers: William Eedle

Frances: Ann Morrish

Gee: Jonathan Nibbs

Annie: Julia Winwood

Burrows: Vincent Brimble

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900115]

Written By: David Zane Mairowitz.

Guitar: Liam Grundy

Composed By: Stephen Warbeck

Directed By: Richard Wortley

Marinette: Mary Wimbush

Psychiatrist: Brett Usher

Blanc: Geoffrey Matthews

Meunier: John Hollis

Blaise: Charles Simpson

Orderly: Vincent Brimble

Sylvie: Tara Dominick

Gypsy: Danny Schiller

Hunter: Joe Dunlop

Inspector: Sue Broomfield

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900122]

Unknown: Karim Alrawli.

Directed By: Janet Whitaker

Ruth: Susan Sheridan

Felix: Ben Onwukwe

Sam: James Garbutt

Chris: Shaun Prendergast

Ann: Sheila Tate

Jane Rogers: Kathleen Helme

David Ingram: George Irving

Alvin: Brian Miller

Zena: Sue Broomfield

Mama Sofia: Souad Faress

Yahya: Alex Refaie

Old woman: Peggy Phango

Minister: Alex Tetteh-Lartey

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900129]

Unknown: Sheila Yeger.

Directed By: Kay Patrick

Ruth: Sarah Badel

Anna: ,ruth Posner

Dov: Ben Yeger

Rifka: Leslee Udwtn

Taxi driver/Trader: Adam Hussein

American tourist/Noam: Alfred Hoffman

Michael/American tourist: Vincent Brimble

Tourist guide: Sharon Kennet

American tourist: Alice Arnold

Timmy: Charles Clarke

Arab child: Ammar Hijazi

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900205]

Unknown: Paul. Godfrey

Directed By: Caroline Raphael

June: Carolyn Pickles

Eric: Struan Rodger

Francis: William Gaminara

Peter: Tom Watt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900212]

Unknown: Robert Forrest.

Unknown: Peter Halliday

Directed By: Patrick Rayner

Peter: Callum Mill

Sarah: Eileen McCallum

Tifter: Russell Hunter

Simon: Stuart McQuarrie

Langley: Iain Agnew

Miss Malcolm: Tamara Kennedy

First PC: Andrew Barr

Second PC: Kenneth Bryans

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900219]

Unknown: George Farquhar.

Played By: Terence Allbright

Directed By: Glyn Dearman

Boniface: David Pickles

Cherry: Sue Broomfield

Gentlemen from London:Aimwell: Simon Treve

Archer: Dale Rapley

Dorinda: Tara Dominick

Mrs Sullen: Elizabeth Mansfield

Sullen: Vincent Brimble

Scrub: Geoffrey Whitehead

Gibbet: Donald Gee

Gypsy: Alice Arnold

Foigard: John Moffatt

Count Bellair: Christopher Good

Countrywoman: Anna Cropper

Lady Bountiful: Margaret Courtenay

Hounslow: Brian Miller

Bagshot: Paul Downing

Sir Charles Freeman: David Goudge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900226]

Unknown: Bruce Stewart.

Played By: David Goudge

Played By: Dmitri Lavallee

Singer: Joan Walker

Singer: Joelle Appleby

Unknown: Christopher Francis

Directed By: Shaun MacLoughun

Joaquin: Michael Harbour

Rebecca: Caroline Gruber

the Master Inquisitor: Bill Wallis

Isidore: William Eedle

Garcia: Bruce Stewart

Gonzalo: John Moffatt

Fabia: Joanna MacKie

Marquis: Andrew Hilton

Teresa: Julia Winwood

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900305]

Unknown: Jane Coles.

Director: Matthew Walters

Cathie: Sue Broomfield

Moira: Maggie McCarthy

Hashim: Gordon Warnecke

Mrs Jalib: Shahnaz Pakravan

John: Donald Gee

Jess: Elizabeth Mansfield

Penny: Oona Beeson

Commentator/steve: Joe Dunlop

Pete: Charles Simpson

Dennis: John Bull

Val: Tara Dominick

Ben: Brian Miller

Mr Jalib: Gurdial Sira

Fozia: Souad Faress

Saleslady: Shireen Shah

Manazir: Raj Patel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900312]

Unknown: Ayshe Raif.

Unknown: Phillip Joseph

Director: Claire Grove.

Maggie: Diane Bull

Jack: Phillip Joseph

Dave: Simon Wright

June: Mona Bruce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900319]

Unknown: John Hall.

Unknown: Jackie Venn

Narrator: Chris Harris

Director: Alee Reid

JacA-!p: Tara Dominick

FrVo/f: Geoffrey Coiiins

Sir Robert Atkyn: Steven Sylvester

Etheldreda Venn: Angela Barlow

MoKte: Sue Broomfield

Dtc/mf:: Alan Coveney

Virginia: Ann Morrish

Bishop Banderlegge: Bryanmatheson

Arthur Blossom: Geoffrey Whitehead

Mrs Blossom: Elizabeth Mansfield

Stephen: Stephen Garlick

Edmund: Duncan Reid

Egbert: Vincent Bhmne

Mrs Radd: Jo Anderson

Ft'rst crony: John Gabriel

Second crony: David Goudge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900326]

Unknown: David Williamson.

Unknown: Ivar Kants

Unknown: Robyn Nevin.

Director: John Tydeman.

Colin: Ivar Kants

Kate: Robyn Nevin

Elaine: Noeline Brown

Mike: John Ewart

Malcolm: Dennis Grosvenor

Helen: Gia Garides

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900402]

Unknown: Helena Osborne.

Unknown: Julia Ford

Unknown: Steve Hodson.

Unknown: Anne Lee

Director: Janet Whitaker

Anne: Julia Ford

Abraham: Steve Hodson

Richard Hocknell: Manning Redwood

James Whitaker: Paul Downing

Jane Wardley: Kathleen Helme

Jailer: Ronnie Herdman

John Lee: Stephen Thome

Bessie: Marlene Sidaway

James: John Moffatt

Joseph: Ken Cumberlidge

John Toumley: Donald Gee

Mercy Whitaker: Jo Kendall

Mary Partington: Marcia King

Jack Partington: Christopher Scott

Midwife: Susan Sheridan

William: David Alker

George: Darren Harris

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900409]

Unknown: Dave Morris.

Director: Nigel Bryant

Wayne Parker: Alex Jones

Mary Raybould: Kimberly Hope

Warden/Landlord: Kim Durham

Hammond/Sikorsky: Terry Molloy

Commander Newman: Geoffrey Banks

Miss Pettifer: Gillian Goodman

RevTurley: Michael Tudor Barnes

Mrs Raybould: Sheila Kelley

Mr Raybould: Barry Jackson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900416]

Unknown: David Calcutt.

Director: Nigel Bryant

Stuart: Richard Pearce

Sarah: Sarah Bird

Martin: Daniel Sheppard

Bogeyman: Edwin Richfield

Mum: Sheila Kelley

Uncle George: Kim Durham

Nan: Mary Wimbush

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900423]

Unknown: Vaclav Havel.

Unknown: James Saunders

Translation By: Marie Winn.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Penelope Wilton.

Violinist: Gonzalo Acosta

Director: Gordon House

Zdenek Bergman: Martin Jarvis

Luisa: Penelope Wilton

Special Secretary: John Moffatt

Albert: Kim Wall

Plekhanov: Cyril Shaps

Ulch: Christopher Good

Renata: Karen Ascoe

Mrs Macourkova: Jo Kendall

First inspector: Kerry Shale

Second inspector: Michael Kilgarriff

First delegate: Joe Dunlop

Second: Ken Cumberlidge

Woman: Joan Matheson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900430]

Unknown: Colin Davis.

Unknown: Bertrand Russell

Unknown: Cliff Lee Taylor

Unknown: Stephen Graf

Unknown: Nigel Carrington

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Mac McDonald

Unknown: Anthony Donovan

Unknown: Andrew Lawrence

Unknown: Chris Domaiue

Director: Andy Jordan

Claude Eatherly: Peter Whitman

Writer: Peter Marinker

Col Tibbetts: Bob Sherman

Woman: Serretta Wilson

Thornhill: David Crean

Dr Ross: Mark Caven

Dr McElroy: Bill Wallis

Dr Constantine: Nigel Anthony

Mantooth: John Cassady

Mike Bartlett: Tom Hunsinger

Floore: Tony Sibbald

Gowan: Garrick Hagon

Mrs Eatherly: Catherine Nix

Scarborough: William Dufris

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900507]

Seed by Colin Haydn Evans. May, aged 88, knows that seeds are the source of life, but does the ministry know this? It has given the exclusive rights to a few multinationals to manufacture the herbicides and pesticides that destroy life.

Music by the South

Shropshire Morris Men

Director Shaun MacLoughlin BBC Bristol. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900507]

Unknown: Colin Haydn Evans.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Alan: Michael Kitchen

Clare: Elizabeth Mansfield

May: Mary Wimbush

Liz: Janet Dale

Norman/Pollard: William Eedle

Jane: June Barrie

Atwell: Eric Allen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900507]

Unknown: Colin Haydn Evans.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Alan: Michael Kitchen

Clare: Elizabeth Mansfield

May: Mary Wimbush

Liz: Janet Dale

Norman/Pollard: William Eedle

Jane: June Barrie

Atwell: Eric Allen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900514]

Time of Their Lives

An occasional series of biographical plays.

Solstice by Jo Anderson. London, 1873: 19-year-old Vincent Van Gogh starts work in a Covent

Garden basement. What happens next influences the rest of his life.

Director Andy Jordan BBC Bristol. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900514]

Unknown: Jo Anderson

Unknown: Vincent van Gogh

Director: Andy Jordan

Van Gogh: Julian Firth

Harry Gladwell: Dexter Fletcher

Mrs Loyar: Ann Bell

Ursula Loyar: Deborah Makepeace

Ilse: Jo Anderson

Music-hall singer: Marcia King

Vincent's mother: Jo Kendall

Vincent's father: David King

Vincent as a boy: Elizabeth Lindsay

Theo Van Gogh: Richard Pearce

Warden: John Gabriel

Chaplain: Charles Lewsen

Dosser singer: Ben Onwukwe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900514]

Unknown: Jo Anderson

Unknown: Vincent van Gogh

Director: Andy Jordan

Van Gogh: Julian Firth

Harry Gladwell: Dexter Fletcher

Mrs Loyar: Ann Bell

Ursula Loyar: Deborah Makepeace

Ilse: Jo Anderson

Music-hall singer: Marcia King

Vincent's mother: Jo Kendall

Vincent's father: David King

Vincent as a boy: Elizabeth Lindsay

Theo Van Gogh: Richard Pearce

Warden: John Gabriel

Chaplain: Charles Lewsen

Dosser singer: Ben Onwukwe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900521]

Homeland by Ken Blakeson.

With Michael Hordem.

When the Judge moves to a home for the elderly, he finds that his relationship with Morgan, a black care assistant, evokes uncomfortable memories of the past.

Director Susan Hogg BBC North. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900521]

Unknown: Ken Blakeson.

Unknown: Michael Hordem.

Director: Susan Hogg

Judge: Michael Hordem

Sonia de Salle: Pam Ferris

Queen Lil: Brenda Bruce

Group Capt: Donald Gee

Morgan/Miriam: Pamela Nomvete

Roy: Patrick Miller

Melanie: Julia Ford

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900521]

Unknown: Ken Blakeson.

Unknown: Michael Hordem.

Director: Susan Hogg

Judge: Michael Hordem

Sonia de Salle: Pam Ferris

Queen Lil: Brenda Bruce

Group Capt: Donald Gee

Morgan/Miriam: Pamela Nomvete

Roy: Patrick Miller

Melanie: Julia Ford

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900528]

Little Love by Stephen Fagan. With Alan Howard

Peter Sallis.

Organ-swapping is much in the news, but what about baby-swapping? A respectable clinic passes infants from pregnant girls to rich infertile matrons with farcical results.

Director Peter Kavanagh

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900528]

Unknown: Stephen Fagan.

Unknown: Alan Howard

Unknown: Peter Sallis.

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Dr Francis Patience: Alan Howard

Dr Paul Dark: Peter Sauis

George: Jane Leonard

Diana: Marcia King

Mr Hammersley: Michael Kilgarriff

Violet: Jane Slavin

Jenny: Sue Broomfield

Christina: Tara Dominick

Tania: Tara Dominick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900528]

Unknown: Stephen Fagan.

Unknown: Alan Howard

Unknown: Peter Sallis.

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Dr Francis Patience: Alan Howard

Dr Paul Dark: Peter Sauis

George: Jane Leonard

Diana: Marcia King

Mr Hammersley: Michael Kilgarriff

Violet: Jane Slavin

Jenny: Sue Broomfield

Christina: Tara Dominick

Tania: Tara Dominick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900604]

Written By: Christina Reid

Director: Susan Hogg.

Dolly: Catherine Gibson

Vi: Eileen Pollock

Rose: Fiona Victory

Belle: Nimmy March

Janet: Gaylie Runciman

Young Rose: Siubhan Reid

Young Janet: Teresa Diamond

Jack: Gerard Murphy

Davy/Tom Bailey: Richard Howard

Peter/Customs man: Gerard O'Hare

Young Jack: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900611]

Unknown: Mary Wollstonecraft

Unknown: Percy Shelley

Music: Robert Pettigrew

Written By: Liz Lochheao

Director: Marilyn Imrle.

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley: Gerda Stevenson

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Stephen Boxer

Lord Byron: Jack Klaff

Claire Clairmont: Stella Gonet

Elise: Tilly Vosburgh

Creature: Peter Kelly

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900618]

Unknown: Juan Peron

Unknown: Margarita Xirgu

Unknown: Federico Garcia Lorca

Unknown: Sue Broomfield

Unknown: Margaret Courtenay

Unknown: Stephen Garlick

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield.

Written By: Sam Jacobs

Music: Alan Lawrence

Director: Piers Plowright

Margarita: Dorothy Tutin

Eva Peron: Janet Amsden

Natalia: Miriam Karlin

Manolo/Federico: Nikolas Grace

Edward: Christopher Good

Eva's mother: Margaret Courtenay

Police officer: Brian Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900625]

Unknown: William Corder

Unknown: Maria Marten.

Written By: Lisa Evans

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Ann Marten: Janet Maw

Maria Marten: Patience Tomlinson

Joe: Paul Copley

Harriet Marten: Jo Kendall

Thomas Marten: Donald Gee

Sara: Joanna MacKie

Parson: Michael Kilgarriff

Parson's wife: Joan Matheson

Gentleman: Christopher Good

Man: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900702]

Unknown: Mohicans Walter

Written By: Ted Moore.

Producer: Tony Cliff

Director: Alfred Bradley.

Walter: Arthur Blake

Bill: James Garbutt

Annie: Joyce Gibbs

Harriet: Barbara Marten

Liza: Denise Welch

Paul: Nigel Carrington

Karen: Sue Jenkins

Joe: Peter Wheeler

Stan: Rod Arthur

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900709]

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Mitsuko: Megumi Shimanuki

Leon: Stephen Tompkinson

Yoriko: Noriko Aida

Takeo: Burt Kwouk

Akira: Mun Wai Wong

Leon's mum: Jenny Howe

Leon's grandfather: Ronald Herdman

Jenny: Sue Broomfield

Mr Blake: Paul Downing

: Weight-Training Instructor Brian Miller

Tai Chi instructor: David Bannerman

First boy: Ben Onwukwe

Second boy: Vincent Brimble

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900716]

Written By: Tina Pepler.

Music By: Elizabeth Parker

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Helena: Maureen O'Brien

Jacu: Mamta Kaash

Harry: Bill Wallis

Laurette: Shelley Thompson

Bernie: Peter Whitman

Mother: June Barrie

Sister Marina: Ann Morrish

Jonathan: Stephen Garlick

Lizzie: Susan Sheridan

Surgeon: Vincent Brimble

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900723]

Unknown: Richard Nelson

Unknown: Giles Cooper

Unknown: Edward Asner

Unknown: John Woodvine

Unknown: David King

Unknown: Vincent Brimble

Unknown: John Bull

Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield

Unknown: Simon Treves

Unknown: Joe Dunlop

Unknown: Danny Schiller

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Sam: Edward Asner

Henry: John Woodvine

Vanessa: Sheila Allen

Young woman in pub: Emily Richard

Waiter: Charles Simpson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900730]

Unknown: Tom Stoppard

Unknown: Sacha Stefan Ceba

Anderson: Peter Barkworth

McKendrick: John Shrapnel

Hollar: Nigel Anthony

Chetwyn: Andrew Branch

Stone: Christopher Muncke

Chairman: Ivan Jelinek

Mrs Hollar: Susan Strawson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900806]

Unknown: Kerry Crabbe

Unknown: Arata Osada

Read By: Richard Pascoe.

Music: Roger Limb

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900813]

Unknown: Penelope Wilton

Unknown: Douglas Hodge

Unknown: Clare Travers-Deacon

Written By: Lesley Davies.

Unknown: James Greene

Unknown: Simon Treves

Unknown: Dale Rapley

Unknown: Sue Broomfield

Unknown: John Gabriel.

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Ellen: Penelope Wilton

Simon: Douglas Hodge

Hope: Clare Travers-Deacon

Mark: Nicholas Gilbrook

Arthur: Stephen Thorne

Brian: Stephen Garlick

Jenny/Mrs Dean: Jenny Howe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900820]

Unknown: Agnes Sam

Director: Tracey Neale.

Dora: Jenni George

Sophie: Pamela Nomuete

Rani: Tania Rodrigues

Gcina: Sally Sagoe

Gunner: Ben Onwukwe

Mafuta: Louis Mahoney

Liza: Josette Bushell-Mingo

Katrina: Leonie Hofmeyr

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900827]

Unknown: Bernard Shaw

Unknown: Sarah Badel

Director: Ian Cotterell.

Caesar: Alan Badel

Cleopatra: Sarah Badel

Ftalateeta: Beatrix Lehmann

The GodRa: David March

Pothinus: Peter Woodthorpe

Rufio: Hector Ross

Britannus: Nigel Lambert

Apollodorus: Sandor Eles

Theodotus: Alan Dudley

Ptolemy: Judy Bennett

Achilles: Paul Gaymon

Lucius Septimius: Alan Rowe

Centurion: Anthony Smee

Iras: Emily Richard

Charmian: Eva Haddon

Major Domo: Peter Whitman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900903]

Unknown: Jack Lewis

Written By: Michael Chaplin.

Director: Dave Sheasby.

Jack Lewis: James Bolam

Jenks: John Basham

Sylvia: Christine Cox

Love: Bill Speed

Wilson: Rod Arthur

Hibbett: David Begg

Reporter: Norman Mills

McCracken: Alan Hockey

Titlington: Phil Knowles

Anne: Belinda Chapman

Interviewer: John Branwell

Lord Mayor: Joe Ging

Chief constable: Robin Polley

Woman: Elizabeth Kelly

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900910]

Unknown: Jacqueline Rudet

Director: Frances-Anne Solomon

Leo: Roger Griffiths

Roma: Adjoa Andoh

Jocelyn: Cecilia Noble

Tony: Gary Beadle

Wallace: Stefan Kalifa

Esme: Cynthia Powell

Roxanne: Cassie McFarlane

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900917]

Unknown: Rosamond Lehmann

Unknown: Judith Earle.

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield

Pianist: Danielle Allan.

Dramatised By: Elspeth Sandys

Director: Jane Morgan.

Judith: Sylvestra Le Touzel

Julian: Michael Cochrane

Roddy: Simon Treves

Martin: Angus Wright

Charlie: Nicholas Gilbrook

Mariella: Emma Gregory

Jennifer: Geraldine Alexander

Mabel: Jane Whittenshaw

Geraldine: Marilyn Cutts

Lacy: Danny Schiller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900924]

Written By: David Zane Mairowitz.

Director: Richard Wortley.

Olivier Dabriou: Tony Armatrading

Willie: Mark Monero

Manman: Carmen Munroe

Uncle Dobbs: Stefan Kalipha

Lieutenant: Simon Treves

Colonel Masseau: David King

Ulrike: Jenny Howe

Blake: William Hope

Rawles: James Aubrey

Jean-Paul: Nigel Carrington

Doctor: Michael Kilgarriff

Psychiatrist: James Greene

Meunier: Vincent Brimble

Boxing coach: Danny Schiller

Marina: Sue Broomfield

Baker: Nicholas Gilbrook

Detlef: Stephen Garlick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901001]

Unknown: Daniel Charlie

Written By: Chris Hawes.

Unknown: Richard Cole

Unknown: Chris Hawes

Unknown: Keith Ladd

Unknown: Sharon Muircroft

Unknown: Fenella Norman

Unknown: Peter Wheeler.

Music: Tom Steer

Director: Kay Patrick.

Charlie: Nigel Anthony

Daniel: Christian Rodska

Francis Gabriel: Peter Marinker

Danny as a boy: Michael Turner

Charlie as a boy: Karl Anthony Bonworth

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901008]

Written By: Jonathan Myerson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Abby: Samantha Bond

Tom: Robert Glenister

Charlotte: Emily Morgan

Saul: Nigel Carrington

Charlotte's father: David King

Davie: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901015]

Unknown: Arthur Miller

Dramatised By: Wally K Daly

Director: Martin Jenkins.

Newman: Peter Marinker

Gertrude Hart: Shelley Thompson

Finkelstein: John Church

His father-in-law: Leonard Fenton

Mrs Newman: Helen Horton

Fr Coughlin: Harry Towb

Finkelstein's father: Cyril Shaps

Ahearn: Brian Miller

Fred: Peter Banks

Receptionist: Tara Dominick

Paperboy: Paul Downing

Gargan/Hotel manager: Don Fellows

Carlson: James Greene

Optician: Tim Reynolds

Mallon: David Bannerman

Stephens: Nigel Camngton

Fat man: Ronald Herman

Priest: Vincent Brimble

Youth: Nicholas Gilbrook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901022]

Unknown: Oscar Wilde

Written By: Tom Holland.

Director: Paul Schlesinger.

Ernest: Jack Klaff

Algernon: Alex Jennings

Lady Bracknell: Margaret Robertson

Gwendolen: Jenny Howe

Judge/Piano player: David King

Merriman: Angus Wright

Sir Edward: Nigel Carrington

Lane: Simon Treves

Prism: Denys Hawthorn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901029]

Dramatised By: William Ash

Director: Kay Patrick.

His Excellency: Jude Akuwudike

Chris Oriko: Ben Onwukwe

Ikem Osodi: Joseph Marcell

Prof Okong: Okon Jones

Att General: Maynard Eziashi

Beatrice Okoh: Pamela Jikiemi

Elewa: Amma Asante

Major Ossai: Louis Mahoney

Obete: Cyril Nri

Secretary: Jeillo Edwards

Elewa's mother: Jeillo Edwards

Leader of the Delegation: Wale Ojo

John Kent: Garard Green

Dick: Michael Kilgarriff

Lou Cranford: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901105]

Written By: Jane Beeson.

Marcus: Alan MacNaughtan

Renata: Anna Massey

Lea: Elizabeth Mansfield

Kate: Lesley Dunlop

Georgie: Barbara Flynn

Saul: William Hope

Charles: Christopher Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901112]

Unknown: Mike Walker.

Unknown: Peter Hemming

Unknown: Paul Downing

Unknown: Nigel Carrington

Unknown: Stephen Garlick

Unknown: Fraser Kerr

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: John Moffatt

Unknown: Kim Teoh.

Director: Jeremy Mortimer

Graham Hemming: Norman Jones

Pat Hemming: Auriol Smith

Peter Hemming: David Bannerman

Jost Van Rijn: Michael Kilgarriff

Nalla: Mia Soteriou

Lee: Kerry Shale

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901119]

Unknown: John Brook

Written By: Chris Allen.

Director: Matthew Walters

John Brook: John Castle

Pippa: Joan Walker

Roger: Stephen Garlick

Naomi: Moya O'Shea

Malcolm: Jonathan Tafler

Shore: David King

Terry: Ian Lindsay

Emma: Oona Beeson

Secretary: Danielle Allan

Police inspector: Vincent Brimble

Fordham: James Greene

Newsreader: C J Allen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901126]

Written By: Gillian Richmond

Director: Sue Wilson

Jenny: Samantha Bond

Wendy: Amanda Redman

Beryl: Marcia Warren

Len: Brian Miller

Adam: Peter Harding

Chalky: Stephen Garlick

Canteen assistant: Elizabeth Kelly

Cab driver: Danny Schiller

Boy: Glen Mead

Girl: Carly Britnell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901203]

Written By: Diane Whiteley.

Director: Tony Cliff

Attic: Richard Pearce

Ann: Victoria Finney

Melanie: Lisa Brailey

Jim: Derek Howard

David: Bryan Reynolds

Alistair: Peter Rylands

Miranda: Christine MacKie

Miss Clegg: Judith Barker

Susy: Susie Hawthorne

Gaynor: Kendall Jeffrey

Bernie: Janet James

Eddie: Andy Burke

Phil: Paul Loughran

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901210]

Unknown: Mr Bean

Written By: Jonathan Wolfman.

Director: Andy Jordan.

Robert Bean: Bill Oddie

Carol: Carol Leader

Sarah: Ella Hood

Mary: Barbara Darnley

Prof Sherman: Michael Turner

Sheba, the dog: Leonard Fenton

Harris: Christian Rodska

: David Bannerman

Student: Ben Rodska

Prof Sogolowitch/Tommy, the dog: Bill Wallis

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901217]

Unknown: Nigel Williams.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Sam: Mark Fletcher

Jenny: Tilly Vosburgh

Rebecca: Maggie McCarthy

Mr Petersen: Harry Towb

Mrs Petersen: Sally Grace

Librarian: Gordon Reid

Journalist: Mark Straker

First bailiff: Mark Straker

Social security officer: Ben Onwukwe

Second bailiff: Ben Onwukwe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901224]

Written By: Andre OBEy.

Translated By: Warren Tute

Adapted By: David Pinner

Director: Michael Rolfe.

Alice/The Virgin Mary: Illona Linthwaite

George Bradshaw/The Ox: Peter Dyneley

John Greene/The Ass: Peter Craze

Blackwill: Chriss Gittins

Scott/First Shepherd: Alaric Cotter

Dodger/Second Shepherd: Eric Allan

Hodge/Joseph: Roger Hume

Gooodlack: Don Henderson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901231]

Unknown: Ralph Richardson

Comedy By: Edmond Rostand.

Unknown: Nigel Anthony

Unknown: Anthony Hall

Unknown: Basil Jones

Unknown: Kevin McHugh

Unknown: Geoffrey Matthews

Unknown: Humphrey Morton

Director: John Powell.

Roxane: Jane Wenham

Christian de Neuvillette: Tim Seeky

The Comte de Guiche: Patrick Barr

Ragueneau: Harold Kasket

LeBret: Hector Ross

The Duenna: Anna Burden

Carbon de Castel-Jaloux: Douglas Hankin

The Vicomte de Valvert: Michael McClain

Ligniere: Eric Anderson

Montfleury: Michael Kilgarriff

Jodelet: Peter Marinker

Cuigy: Wilfred Babbage

Brissaille: Nigel Graham

Mother Marguerite: Valerie Taylor

Sister Marthe: Noel Hood

Sister Claire: Hilda Schroder

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910107]

Watching over Israel Nick Enright's powerful play about a banking executive in Sydney, whose difficult relationship with her own daughter leads her to befriend and look upon a young prostitute as a surrogate. with Alexander Broun , Melissa Docker , Tim Elston , Julie Godfrey ,

Maureen Green ,

Lorna Lesley , Sue Lyons , Stewart McCreery , Judy Morris , Patrick Phillips , Ken Radley , Patrick Ward and Lynden Wilkinson.

Choristers Nick Enright , Leonie Cambage , Heather Galbraith , Owen Nelson and Matthew Glasgow. Producers Richard Buckham and Jane Ulman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Broun

Unknown: Melissa Docker

Unknown: Tim Elston

Unknown: Julie Godfrey

Unknown: Maureen Green

Unknown: Lorna Lesley

Unknown: Sue Lyons

Unknown: Stewart McCreery

Unknown: Judy Morris

Unknown: Patrick Phillips

Unknown: Ken Radley

Unknown: Patrick Ward

Unknown: Lynden Wilkinson.

Unknown: Nick Enright

Unknown: Leonie Cambage

Unknown: Heather Galbraith

Unknown: Owen Nelson

Unknown: Matthew Glasgow.

Producers: Richard Buckham

Producers: Jane Ulman.

Diane Mackinson: Deidre Rubinstein

Stacy: Angela 'Oohey

Neil: Tony Sheldon

Miss Wyatt: Jane Harders

Raymond: Rhys McConnochie

Mrs Kermode: Maggie Bunco

Brett: Damon Herriman

MiChele: Rachel Ash

Kim: Kelan Angel

Warren: Iangilmour

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Unknown: Alexander Broun

Unknown: Melissa Docker

Unknown: Tim Elston

Unknown: Julie Godfrey

Unknown: Maureen Green

Unknown: Lorna Lesley

Unknown: Sue Lyons

Unknown: Stewart McCreery

Unknown: Judy Morris

Unknown: Patrick Phillips

Unknown: Ken Radley

Unknown: Patrick Ward

Unknown: Lynden Wilkinson.

Unknown: Nick Enright

Unknown: Leonie Cambage

Unknown: Heather Galbraith

Unknown: Owen Nelson

Unknown: Matthew Glasgow.

Producers: Richard Buckham

Producers: Jane Ulman.

Diane Mackinson: Deidre Rubinstein

Stacy: Angela 'Oohey

Neil: Tony Sheldon

Miss Wyatt: Jane Harders

Raymond: Rhys McConnochie

Mrs Kermode: Maggie Bunco

Brett: Damon Herriman

MiChele: Rachel Ash

Kim: Kelan Angel

Warren: Iangilmour

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The Lament for Arthur Cleary

A radio version of Dermot Bolger 's stage play which won the 1990 Samuel Beckett Award.

A Dubliner returns to the beloved city that he has carried in his head, and refuses to admit the new and harsh realities.

Music: Gerard Grennell

Director Pam Brighton

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Cleary

Unknown: Dermot Bolger

Unknown: Samuel Beckett

Director: Pam Brighton

Arthur Cleary: Brendan Gleeson

Frontier guard: Owen Roe

Kathy: Deirdre Molloy

Old Turk: Ronan Wilmot

Git: Berts Folen

Podge: Brendan Laird

Sharon: Karen Woodley

Mother: Ena May

Mrs Bourke: Brfd Mhicfhearai

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Unknown: Arthur Cleary

Unknown: Dermot Bolger

Unknown: Samuel Beckett

Music: Gerard Grennell

Director: Pam Brighton

Arthur Cleary: Brendan Gleeson

Frontier guard: Owen Roe

Kathy: Deirdre Molloy

Old Turk: Ronan Wilmot

Git: Berts Folen

Podge: Brendan Laird

Sharon: Karen Woodley

Mother: Ena May

Mrs Bourke: Brfd Mhicfhearai

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Abandoned

In 1914 Rodin, the French sculptor, spent a few bewildered weeks in a Cheltenham hotel with his secretary Judith and his mistress Rose; but the love of his life,

Camille Claudel , was left behind in a lunatic asylum in France. Written by Jonathan Smith.

Director Shaun MacLoughlin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Camille Claudel

Written By: Jonathan Smith.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin.

Auguste Rodin: Freddie Jones

Camille Claudel: Carolyn Backhouse

Judith: Maureen O'Brien

Rose: Mary Wimbush

Alain Duval: Hugh Dickson

Mrs Parker: June Barrie

Nancy: Jane Slavin

Hotel guests: Elizabeth Kelly

Hotel guests: Penelope Lee

Hotel guests: John Moffatt

Hotel guests: Paul Nicholson

Models: Danielle Allan

Models: Kate Lynn Evans

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Unknown: Camille Claudel

Written By: Jonathan Smith.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin.

Auguste Rodin: Freddie Jones

Camille Claudel: Carolyn Backhouse

Judith: Maureen O'Brien

Rose: Mary Wimbush

Alain Duval: Hugh Dickson

Mrs Parker: June Barrie

Nancy: Jane Slavin

Hotel guests: Elizabeth Kelly

Hotel guests: Penelope Lee

Hotel guests: John Moffatt

Hotel guests: Paul Nicholson

Models: Danielle Allan

Models: Kate Lynn Evans

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910128]

Mad Dan

The story of Dan Leno, the great music-hall star whose short life brought happiness to all except himself...

Written by John Scotney.

Clog dancing by Lawrence Evans

Music Michael Kilgarriff Director Gerry Jones. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: John Scotney.

Unknown: Lawrence Evans

Music: Michael Kilgarriff

Director: Gerry Jones.

Dan Leno: Chris Emmett

Herbert Campbell: Stephen Thorne

Harry Randall: John Holus

Chairman: Michael Kilgarriff

Archivist: Fraser Kerr

Constance Collier: Helena Breck

Bill Leno: Brian Miller

Max Beerbohm: Danny Schiller

Marie Lloyd/Lydia Leno: Elizabeth Mansfield

King Edward VII: David King

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Written By: John Scotney.

Unknown: Lawrence Evans

Music: Michael Kilgarriff

Director: Gerry Jones.

Dan Leno: Chris Emmett

Herbert Campbell: Stephen Thorne

Harry Randall: John Holus

Chairman: Michael Kilgarriff

Archivist: Fraser Kerr

Constance Collier: Helena Breck

Bill Leno: Brian Miller

Max Beerbohm: Danny Schiller

Marie Lloyd/Lydia Leno: Elizabeth Mansfield

King Edward VII: David King

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910204]

The Wreathed Trellis

Tom Beech , ex-actor turned political pundit, is haunted and possessed by the voice of someone long dead - and even more famous than he is...

Written by Robert Forrest.

Director Patrick Rayner. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Beech

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Tom: Benny Young

Jane: Maureen Beattie

Glance: Tom Watson

Mark: Crawford Logan

Nan: Eileen McCallum

Roddy: James Bryce

Interviewer: Kirsty Wark

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Unknown: Tom Beech

Written By: Robert Forrest.

Director: Patrick Rayner.

Tom: Benny Young

Jane: Maureen Beattie

Glance: Tom Watson

Mark: Crawford Logan

Nan: Eileen McCallum

Roddy: James Bryce

Interviewer: Kirsty Wark

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910211]

Flower of Blood

In the desert of Western

Australia where the British slew many

Aborigines, there grows a scarlet flower. The

Spanish monks who also settled there in the 1850s cherished both the flower and the Aborigines.

Written by Bruce Stewart.

Pianist John Bishop

Music director Richard Connolly Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Bruce Stewart.

Director: Richard Connolly

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Fr Saleado: Michael Williams

Fr Serra: Christian Rodska

Bilagoro: William Eedle

Sister Ursula: Kate Binchy

Bishop Brady: Peter Caffrey

Teresa: Elizabeth Mansfield

Weld: Brian Miller

Burgess: Bruce Stewart

Landor: John Bull

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Written By: Bruce Stewart.

Pianist: John Bishop

Director: Richard Connolly

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Fr Saleado: Michael Williams

Fr Serra: Christian Rodska

Bilagoro: William Eedle

Sister Ursula: Kate Binchy

Bishop Brady: Peter Caffrey

Teresa: Elizabeth Mansfield

Weld: Brian Miller

Burgess: Bruce Stewart

Landor: John Bull

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Campanology by Derek Lister.

Rape: that is how Josef Bossowski sees the destruction of St

Stephen's Church. It's too late to save the building, but what about the bell?

Brian Milligan as himself Director Jane Morgan Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Lister.

Unknown: Josef Bossowski

Unknown: Brian Milligan

Director: Jane Morgan

Josef Bossowski: Freddie Jones

Alex: Emma Gregory

The Recorder: Brett Usher

DS Daly: Michael McCstay

Mother: Penelope Nice

Foreman: David Sinclair

Architect: Fraser Kerr

Peter Vivian: Mark Straker

Radio presenter: Nigel Carrington

Vicar: Alan Barker

Bill Hughes: Alan Dudley

Duty officer: Angus Wright

Dottie: Helena McCarthy

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Unknown: Derek Lister.

Unknown: Josef Bossowski

Unknown: Brian Milligan

Director: Jane Morgan

Josef Bossowski: Freddie Jones

Alex: Emma Gregory

The Recorder: Brett Usher

DS Daly: Michael McCstay

Mother: Penelope Nice

Foreman: David Sinclair

Architect: Fraser Kerr

Peter Vivian: Mark Straker

Radio presenter: Nigel Carrington

Vicar: Alan Barker

Bill Hughes: Alan Dudley

Duty officer: Angus Wright

Dottie: Helena McCarthy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910225]

Writing Fiction

Larry, the successful novelist, has an ex-wife dropping in on his seminar for amateur writers.

Verbal sparks fly.

Written by Caryl Phillips.

Director Richard Wortley Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Caryl Phillips.

Director: Richard Wortley

Larry: Stephen Moore

Sarah: Jenny Howe

Leo: David Bannerman

Saul: Terence Edmond

Sadie: Auriol Smith

Doris: Elizabeth Kelly

Lucy: Jane Whittenshaw

Rudy: Ben Onwukwe

Pete: John Bull

Enid JO: Manning Wilson

Stan: Geoffrey Mathews

Roger: John Baddeley

Girl: Tara Dominick

Jeremy Fox: Simon Treves

Helen: Emma Louise Harrington

Paper Boy: David Cooper

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Written By: Caryl Phillips.

Director: Richard Wortley

Larry: Stephen Moore

Sarah: Jenny Howe

Leo: David Bannerman

Saul: Terence Edmond

Sadie: Auriol Smith

Doris: Elizabeth Kelly

Lucy: Jane Whittenshaw

Rudy: Ben Onwukwe

Pete: John Bull

Enid JO: Manning Wilson

Stan: Geoffrey Mathews

Roger: John Baddeley

Girl: Tara Dominick

Jeremy Fox: Simon Treves

Helen: Emma Louise Harrington

Paper Boy: David Cooper

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Una Pooka

It is 1979: papal frenzy seizes Dublin, but Una finds her own faith in question when she discovers a body in the bath. Written by Michael Harding.

Director Eoin O'Callaghan Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Michael Harding.

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

The Pooka Man: Tom Hickey

Una: Oan Jsheehy

Aidan: Mark Lambert

Mrs Kevilt: Margaret D'Arcy

Nuala: Mary Ryan

The Elder Fr Simeon: Kevin Flood

Liam: Peter Hanley

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Written By: Michael Harding.

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

The Pooka Man: Tom Hickey

Una: Oan Jsheehy

Aidan: Mark Lambert

Mrs Kevilt: Margaret D'Arcy

Nuala: Mary Ryan

The Elder Fr Simeon: Kevin Flood

Liam: Peter Hanley

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Working Out

Louise Page 's black comedy about Netty, her mum, a cardigan knitted with love in every stitch, and the perils of greed and exploitation.

Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Page

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Alison: Maggie McCarthy

Netty: Mdir Leslie

Pat: Jenny Howe

Wanda: Gillian Bevan

Mrs Burgess: Elizabeth Kelly

Bob: Ronald Herdman

Mel: Christian Rodska

Gran: Elizabeth Bradley

Tom: Jonathan Cullen

Ann: Beverley Hills

Show host: Stephen Garlick

Woman: Tara Dominick

The Demi: James Greene

Bate: Auriol Smith

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Unknown: Louise Page

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Alison: Maggie McCarthy

Netty: Mdir Leslie

Pat: Jenny Howe

Wanda: Gillian Bevan

Mrs Burgess: Elizabeth Kelly

Bob: Ronald Herdman

Mel: Christian Rodska

Gran: Elizabeth Bradley

Tom: Jonathan Cullen

Ann: Beverley Hills

Show host: Stephen Garlick

Woman: Tara Dominick

The Demi: James Greene

Bate: Auriol Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910325]

The Rabbit

Hunt Steven is 14 and idolises the local IRA members who have just returned from the Spanish Civil War. One summer afternoon he joins them for a rabbit hunt, but in his imagination he is fighting house-to-house in the streets of Barcelona.

Written by Mike Walker.

Music specially composed by Elizabeth Parker. BBC Radiophonic Workshop Assistant producer Dan Reardon (RTE)

Director Shaun MacLoughlin (A BBC/RTE co-production) Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Hunt Steven

Composed By: Elizabeth Parker.

Producer: Dan Reardon

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Steven: Hugh O'Connor

Main: Hilary Cahill

Gran: Pegg Monahan

Mick: Breandan O'Duill

Frank: Liam O'Callaghan

Father Burn: Ivan Hanly

Girl: Collette Proctor

Torrance: Jim Reid

Tomas: Dan Reardon

Ray: Garvan McGrath

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Unknown: Hunt Steven

Written By: Mike Walker.

Composed By: Elizabeth Parker.

Producer: Dan Reardon

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Steven: Hugh O'Connor

Main: Hilary Cahill

Gran: Pegg Monahan

Mick: Breandan O'Duill

Frank: Liam O'Callaghan

Father Burn: Ivan Hanly

Girl: Collette Proctor

Torrance: Jim Reid

Tomas: Dan Reardon

Ray: Garvan McGrath

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910401]

The Adonis Bird

'Nature never gives up.' But it has left Harold in the lurch on 'his' Greek island. Where will it leave

Michael and Jessica?

Written by Nigel Lewis.

Director Richard Wortley. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Nigel Lewis.

Director: Richard Wortley.

Jessica: Shelley Thompson

Michael: Bill Nighy

Harold: James Greene

Dmitri: Brian Miller

Mr Kolokotronis: Ronald Herdman

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Written By: Nigel Lewis.

Director: Richard Wortley.

Jessica: Shelley Thompson

Michael: Bill Nighy

Harold: James Greene

Dmitri: Brian Miller

Mr Kolokotronis: Ronald Herdman

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Poor Beast in the Rain

Years ago, Danger Doyle was humiliated for his part in a theft. He got his revenge by running off to London with the local bookie's wife. Now he has returned to his native town of Wexford. What further vengeance has he in mind? Written by Billy Roche.

Director Peter Kavanagh. Stereo 0DRAMA PHONE LINE: full details of this week's Radio 3 and Radio

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Contributors

Unknown: Danger Doyle

Written By: Billy Roche.

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Danger Doyle: George Irving

Joe: Des McAleer

Molly: Dearbhla Molloy

Eileen: Catherine Cusack

Georgie: Gary Lydon

Steren: Denis Quilligan

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Unknown: Danger Doyle

Written By: Billy Roche.

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Danger Doyle: George Irving

Joe: Des McAleer

Molly: Dearbhla Molloy

Eileen: Catherine Cusack

Georgie: Gary Lydon

Steren: Denis Quilligan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910422]

Togetherness

A group of Belfast teenagers, Catholic and Protestant, are on the holiday of a lifetime, paid for by well-meaning

Americans who hope it will bring them together. It does, but not in the way that their host could ever have imagined.

Written by J P Rooney. Percussionist: Malcolm Neal

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Contributors

Director: Pam Brighton.

Sam: Marc O'Shea

Roisin: Rosemary O'Neil

Trevor: Ian McElhinney

Maeve: Brenda Winter

Mr Carter: Neil Cusack

Mrs Carter: Libby Smith

Mary: Maire Thompson

Pat: Conor Toal

Bob: Keri Cairns

Doreen: Colette Shields

Liam: Colan Mehaffey

Indian: Brian MacGabhann

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Director: Pam Brighton.

Sam: Marc O'Shea

Roisin: Rosemary O'Neil

Trevor: Ian McElhinney

Maeve: Brenda Winter

Mr Carter: Neil Cusack

Mrs Carter: Libby Smith

Mary: Maire Thompson

Pat: Conor Toal

Bob: Keri Cairns

Doreen: Colette Shields

Liam: Colan Mehaffey

Indian: Brian MacGabhann

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The Peacock's Tail

Alan Howard plays

Paracelsus, a mountebank who was yet a physician centuries ahead of his time; a professor who debunked universities; a chemist who claimed to have turned lead into gold; a womaniser; and a wanderer who probed the ambiguous frontiers of modern science. The play is set in Basel around

1527, at the peak of his tempestuous career.

Written by Mark Barratt.

Director John Theocharis. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Howard

Director: John Theocharis.

Old Oporinus: Godfrey Kenton

Erasmus: Joseph O'Conor

Von Liestal: David Neal

Young Oporinus: Robert Daws

Johannes Froben: Ian Lindsay

Anna Froben: Joanna Myers

DrRubner: James Greene

Drjerrichower: Timothy Bajeson

DrFutZ: Ronald Headman

Mother: Danielle Allan

William: Richard Pearce

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Unknown: Alan Howard

Written By: Mark Barratt.

Director: John Theocharis.

Old Oporinus: Godfrey Kenton

Erasmus: Joseph O'Conor

Von Liestal: David Neal

Young Oporinus: Robert Daws

Johannes Froben: Ian Lindsay

Anna Froben: Joanna Myers

DrRubner: James Greene

Drjerrichower: Timothy Bajeson

DrFutZ: Ronald Headman

Mother: Danielle Allan

William: Richard Pearce

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The Words are Strange Tom is a radical teacher in a reactionary school, where the entrepreneurial spirit would consign poetry to the dustbin. Written by Robin Glendinning.

Director Eoin O'Callaghan. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Strange Tom

Written By: Robin Glendinning.

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan.

Tom Fairfax: John Hewitt

The Principal: T P McKenna

Sally Fairfar: Eleanor Methven

Alison: Heather McIlwaine

Jonathan: Damian O'Hare

Gary: Mark Lamb

Vice Principal: John Keyes

Jim: Wesley Murphy

Arthur: Anthony Finnigan

Stuart: Bj Hogg

Sir Richard: Patrick Duncan

Black: Robert Taylor

Ursula: Galina Tanney

Schoolboy: Mark Phelan

Schoolgirl: Helen Nelson

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Unknown: Strange Tom

Written By: Robin Glendinning.

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan.

Tom Fairfax: John Hewitt

The Principal: T P McKenna

Sally Fairfar: Eleanor Methven

Alison: Heather McIlwaine

Jonathan: Damian O'Hare

Gary: Mark Lamb

Vice Principal: John Keyes

Jim: Wesley Murphy

Arthur: Anthony Finnigan

Stuart: Bj Hogg

Sir Richard: Patrick Duncan

Black: Robert Taylor

Ursula: Galina Tanney

Schoolboy: Mark Phelan

Schoolgirl: Helen Nelson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910513]

Sea Marks

Set in 1949, Gardner McKay 's play follows the relationship between an Irish fisherman who wants to go nowhere and a Liverpool publisher's assistant who wants to make her mark.

Music: Andrea Gomez

Musicians: Tim New and Marian Boyd. Adapted and directed by Sue Wilson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Gardner McKay

Musicians: Tim New

Musicians: Marian Boyd.

Directed By: Sue Wilson.

Colm Primrose: Rob Spendlove

Timothea Styles: Belinda Sinclair

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Unknown: Gardner McKay

Music: Andrea Gomez

Musicians: Tim New

Musicians: Marian Boyd.

Directed By: Sue Wilson.

Colm Primrose: Rob Spendlove

Timothea Styles: Belinda Sinclair

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910520]

The Fen Story

'An axe upon a skull. ! That's one way, brother.' The Danish invasion of England in 892 was only the ill-planned enterprise of an army that had been defeated on the Continent.

But a sentence in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle brings the chronicler,

Brother John , into direct conflict with the king's ealdorman. Written by Adam Thorpe.

With Andrew Wincott.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle translated by G N Garmonsway.

Music composed and played by Martin Best.

Musician: Lucie Skeaping.

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Brother John

Written By: Adam Thorpe.

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Played By: Martin Best

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Brother John: Mark Straker

Brother Ignatius: Denys Hawthorne

Ealdorman Sigwulf: Ian Hogg

Edwin: Richard Pearce

Woman: Tara Dominick

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Unknown: Brother John

Written By: Adam Thorpe.

Unknown: Andrew Wincott.

Played By: Martin Best

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Brother John: Mark Straker

Brother Ignatius: Denys Hawthorne

Ealdorman Sigwulf: Ian Hogg

Edwin: Richard Pearce

Woman: Tara Dominick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910527]

Other People's Lives In Marilyn Morris 's comedy a woman makes awful discoveries about family and friends when she is laid up with a broken leg and cannot escape them or their secrets. Director Tony Cliff Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Marilyn Morris

Sally: Emily Richard

Andrew: Steve Hodson

Gail: Susan Tracy

Kate: Kathryn Hunt

Brian: Malcolm Raeburn

Elaine: Diane Whitley

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Unknown: Marilyn Morris

Sally: Emily Richard

Andrew: Steve Hodson

Gail: Susan Tracy

Kate: Kathryn Hunt

Brian: Malcolm Raeburn

Elaine: Diane Whitley

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The Monument

Alan Berrie 's powerful play in which old Rosie Mahon opposes a monument commemorating her bravery in an ambush before the Irish uprising of 1916. Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Berrie

Unknown: Rosie Mahon

Director: Sue Wilson.

Old Rosie: Elizabeth Kelly

FitZpatrick: Mark Lambert

Paddy: David Bannerman

Dan Mahon: James Ellis

Canon Hayes: Dews Hawthorne

Nita: Joanna Myers

O'Brien: Nigel Anthony

O'Gorman: James Greene

Savage: Malcolm McKee

Old Willy: Christopher Scott

Georgie Gibson: Michael Vaughan

Kitty Tyrell: Teresa Gallagher

Liam: Nigel Carrington

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Unknown: Alan Berrie

Unknown: Rosie Mahon

Director: Sue Wilson.

Old Rosie: Elizabeth Kelly

FitZpatrick: Mark Lambert

Paddy: David Bannerman

Dan Mahon: James Ellis

Canon Hayes: Dews Hawthorne

Nita: Joanna Myers

O'Brien: Nigel Anthony

O'Gorman: James Greene

Savage: Malcolm McKee

Old Willy: Christopher Scott

Georgie Gibson: Michael Vaughan

Kitty Tyrell: Teresa Gallagher

Liam: Nigel Carrington

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The People's Woman j In Rib Davis 's play, Meg is delighted to win a seat in the local council elections - little realising the changes this will bring to her life.

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Director Philip Martin Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Rib Davis

Director: Philip Martin

Meg: Moir Lesue

Paul: Terry Molloy

Nick: Kim Durham

Aileen: Amelda Brown

Joe: Judy Bennett

Cresswel/: Roger Hume

Pat: Gillian Goodman

Andrew: David Vann

Graham: Simon Carter

Stuart: Sean Connolly

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Unknown: Rib Davis

Pianist: Harold Rich.

Director: Philip Martin

Meg: Moir Lesue

Paul: Terry Molloy

Nick: Kim Durham

Aileen: Amelda Brown

Joe: Judy Bennett

Cresswel/: Roger Hume

Pat: Gillian Goodman

Andrew: David Vann

Graham: Simon Carter

Stuart: Sean Connolly

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Shambolic Rainbow

Life isn't easy for a 7-year-old in the middle of riots and civil unrest.

Nor is it made easier when your little sister mysteriously disappears. An apocalyptic drama from Philip Ridley , author of recent film scripts The Krays and The Reflecting Skin.

Director Peter Kavanagh Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Ridley

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Solomon: Nicholas Gatt

Mum: Jane Slavin

Dad: Tom Watt

Karen: Kerry Potter

Danny: George Russo

Amos: Neil Maskell

Joe the Nose: John Bull

Telly woman/Paper Queen: Margaret Courtenay

Whispering Jack: Simon Treves

Mrs Point: Elizabeth Spriggs

Other voices: Brian Miller

Other voices: Charles Simpson

Other voices: Danny Schiller

Other voices: Paul Downing

Other voices: Jane Whittenshaw

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Unknown: Philip Ridley

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Solomon: Nicholas Gatt

Mum: Jane Slavin

Dad: Tom Watt

Karen: Kerry Potter

Danny: George Russo

Amos: Neil Maskell

Joe the Nose: John Bull

Telly woman/Paper Queen: Margaret Courtenay

Whispering Jack: Simon Treves

Mrs Point: Elizabeth Spriggs

Other voices: Brian Miller

Other voices: Charles Simpson

Other voices: Danny Schiller

Other voices: Paul Downing

Other voices: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910624]

Life after Death

Obsessed with death and release from boredom, Charlie meets a girl and comes face to face with his fantasies.

Written by Dave Dick.

Director Geny Jones. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Dave Dick.

Director: Geny Jones.

Willie: Maurice Denham

Charlie: Nigel Anthony

Linda: Jane Slavin

Alice: Susan Sheridan

Damien: Susan Sheridan

Mrs Taylor: Elizabeth Mansfield

Knacker: Danny Schiller

Mrs Bradley: Jo Kendall

Beefy Bill: Michael Kilgarriff

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Written By: Dave Dick.

Director: Geny Jones.

Willie: Maurice Denham

Charlie: Nigel Anthony

Linda: Jane Slavin

Alice: Susan Sheridan

Damien: Susan Sheridan

Mrs Taylor: Elizabeth Mansfield

Knacker: Danny Schiller

Mrs Bradley: Jo Kendall

Beefy Bill: Michael Kilgarriff

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910701]

Jumping the Rug

'What's the matter with Isabel? She's crying again and feels unwell.' The silence after Isabel ran away from home is finally shattered when she returns to confront her dying mother. Michael Crompton tackles the theme of child abuse in this powerful and moving drama.

Piano Bernard Robertson. Director Michael Fox. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Crompton

Piano: Bernard Robertson.

Director: Michael Fox.

Isabel: Geraldine Alexander

Ruth: Julia Ford

Mother: Joan Campion

Father: Edward Peel

Clive: Malcolm Raeburn

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Unknown: Michael Crompton

Piano: Bernard Robertson.

Director: Michael Fox.

Isabel: Geraldine Alexander

Ruth: Julia Ford

Mother: Joan Campion

Father: Edward Peel

Clive: Malcolm Raeburn

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A Scourge of Hyacinths Written by Wole Soyinka , winner of the 1986 Nobel

Prize for Literature.

Somewhere near Lagos the sinister Brigade

Against Indiscipline are active. Miguel Domingo , who comes from an I influential family, has been falsely arrested.

Will he escape his fate?

Director Richard Wortley. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Wole Soyinka

Unknown: Miguel Domingo

Director: Richard Wortley.

Miguel Domingo: Hakeen Kae-Kazin

Mother: Carmen Monroe

Augustine Emuke: Tunde Babs

Kolawole Adetiba: Colin McFarlane

ChimelWarder: Nicholas Monu

Superintendent: Louis Mahoney

Military voice: Ben 0nwukwe

Newsvendor: Clarence Smith

Airport announcer: Adjoa Andoh

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910708]

Written By: Wole Soyinka

Unknown: Miguel Domingo

Director: Richard Wortley.

Miguel Domingo: Hakeen Kae-Kazin

Mother: Carmen Monroe

Augustine Emuke: Tunde Babs

Kolawole Adetiba: Colin McFarlane

ChimelWarder: Nicholas Monu

Superintendent: Louis Mahoney

Military voice: Ben 0nwukwe

Newsvendor: Clarence Smith

Airport announcer: Adjoa Andoh

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Drawing the Devil on the Wall

Tania waits for the verdict on her husband who's accused of multiple sex murders. If it's true, how could she not have known? Is her innocence worse than guilt? Written by Nicholas Mclnerny.

Director Alison Hindell Stereo/Binaural

Contributors

Written By: Nicholas McLnerny.

Director: Alison Hindell

Tania: Helen Griffin

Mary Jo: Rachel Atkins

Willis: Gareth Morris

Da: Brinley Jenkins

Marjory: Annest Wiliam

journalist: Bill Bellamy,

Child: Ryan Simpson

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Written By: Nicholas McLnerny.

Director: Alison Hindell

Tania: Helen Griffin

Mary Jo: Rachel Atkins

Willis: Gareth Morris

Da: Brinley Jenkins

Marjory: Annest Wiliam

journalist: Bill Bellamy,

Child: Ryan Simpson

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A Good Client

The business of being a solicitor is just that - a business - and it is all too easy to forget that they are dealing with people's. lives. When Robert is given a murder case to handle, however, this fact is brought home sharply to him. Written by Carolyn Sally Jones.

Director Kay Patrick. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Carolyn Sally Jones.

Director: Kay Patrick.

Robert: Mark Straker

Gregory: Keith Ladd

Jo: Moir Lesue

Paul Prosser Owen: John Branwell

Danny Knowles: Rhodri Hugh

Arthur: Robin Polley

Mrs Knowles: Auriol Smith

Wayne: Geraint Morgan

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Written By: Carolyn Sally Jones.

Director: Kay Patrick.

Robert: Mark Straker

Gregory: Keith Ladd

Jo: Moir Lesue

Paul Prosser Owen: John Branwell

Danny Knowles: Rhodri Hugh

Arthur: Robin Polley

Mrs Knowles: Auriol Smith

Wayne: Geraint Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910805]

The Folly

In Martyn Read 's rollicking comedy set in 1770, Sir Morton Makepeace devises a play but his characters disrupt the plot and threaten the building of his folly.

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Read

Unknown: Sir Morton Makepeace

Director: Sue Wilson.

Sir Morton Makepeace: Freddie Jones

Clarissa, Lady Mountjoy: Elizabeth Spriggs

Rev Wormald: Clive Swift

Caroline Makepeace: Joanna Myers

Robert Sutherland: Michael Cochrane

Thomas: Karl James

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Unknown: Martyn Read

Unknown: Sir Morton Makepeace

Director: Sue Wilson.

Sir Morton Makepeace: Freddie Jones

Clarissa, Lady Mountjoy: Elizabeth Spriggs

Rev Wormald: Clive Swift

Caroline Makepeace: Joanna Myers

Robert Sutherland: Michael Cochrane

Thomas: Karl James

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910812]

A Prayer to Vultures Emily, a 13-year-old on a coach tour of India with her 'enlightened' atheist parents, becomes fascinated by the vultures that she sees everywhere. Written by Judy Leather.

Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Judy Leather.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Emily: Carolyn Backhouse

Mr Terry: Anthony Jackson

Dolly: Shireen Shah

Alden: William Eedle

Jane: Phylllda Nash

Davina: June Barrie

Brenda: Angela Phillips

Larry: Cornelius Garrett

Sue: Christabelle Dilks

Mike: David Bannerman

Carpet manufacturer: Rew Setna

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Written By: Judy Leather.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Emily: Carolyn Backhouse

Mr Terry: Anthony Jackson

Dolly: Shireen Shah

Alden: William Eedle

Jane: Phylllda Nash

Davina: June Barrie

Brenda: Angela Phillips

Larry: Cornelius Garrett

Sue: Christabelle Dilks

Mike: David Bannerman

Carpet manufacturer: Rew Setna

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The Inner Courtyard From the age of 4, Catherine was brought up by nuns. But it is only now, as Mother Superior , that she starts to attend to echoes of her early life.

In David Zane Mairowitz 's play, the sounds from an 'inner courtyard' speak of a different culture and the unification of two different religions.

With Norman Jones and Petra Markham.

Director Jeremy Mortimer. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Mother Superior

Unknown: David Zane Mairowitz

Unknown: Norman Jones

Unknown: Petra Markham.

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Mother Catherine: Frances Tomelty

Monsieur Lacroix ,: Hugh Dickson

Sister Marie-Marthe: Emma Hewitt

Sister Germaine: Jane Whitten Shaw

Bishop Barbier: Brett Usher

Cardinal Mornay: Timothy Bateson

Mother: Paula Jacobs

Father: Henry Goodman

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Unknown: Mother Superior

Unknown: David Zane Mairowitz

Unknown: Norman Jones

Unknown: Petra Markham.

Director: Jeremy Mortimer.

Mother Catherine: Frances Tomelty

Monsieur Lacroix ,: Hugh Dickson

Sister Marie-Marthe: Emma Hewitt

Sister Germaine: Jane Whitten Shaw

Bishop Barbier: Brett Usher

Cardinal Mornay: Timothy Bateson

Mother: Paula Jacobs

Father: Henry Goodman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910916]

Potter's Wheel by Albert Welling.

Why did Potter choose to stay at the Mandalay hotel? He's a disturbing presence and his obsession with the story of Judas is very odd.

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Welling.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Potter: Peter Vaughan

Frjokn: David Kelsey

MrsBurrows: Tessa Worsley

Anna: Emma Gregory

MrSuji: Eui Kusuhara

Tracey: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Paimer: Eric Allan

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Unknown: Albert Welling.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Potter: Peter Vaughan

Frjokn: David Kelsey

MrsBurrows: Tessa Worsley

Anna: Emma Gregory

MrSuji: Eui Kusuhara

Tracey: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Paimer: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910923]

FinndeSiecle

The beautiful Finn sisters have discovered the dream world of Dublin's beau monde. But harsh reality threatens a rude awakening from their idyllic lifestyle.

A comedy written by AlanBerrie.

Mort Silverstein Ill... NIALL CUSACK

DirectorEoin OCallaghan Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Niall Cusack

Storyteller: Maurice O'Callaghan

JohnJoFinn: Ronan Wilmot

Molly Finn: Ruth McCabe

Trish: Marcella Riordan

Fanny: Sighle Toibin

Bernie: Sheelagh O'Kane

Don Morgan: Kevin Flood

KitSweeney: Gerard Byrne

Proinnsea McMurtagn: John Hewitt

Roma Tomelly: Tease O'Gorman

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Unknown: Niall Cusack

Storyteller: Maurice O'Callaghan

JohnJoFinn: Ronan Wilmot

Molly Finn: Ruth McCabe

Trish: Marcella Riordan

Fanny: Sighle Toibin

Bernie: Sheelagh O'Kane

Don Morgan: Kevin Flood

KitSweeney: Gerard Byrne

Proinnsea McMurtagn: John Hewitt

Roma Tomelly: Tease O'Gorman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910930]

Arms and the Man

Bernard Shaw 's anti-war comedy which is set in a fantasy Balkan State in 1885. Director John Tydeman Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Shaw

Director: John Tydeman

Blunlschli: Andrew Sachs

Sergius: Gary Bond

Raina: Jackie Smith-Wood

Petkoff, her father: David March

Catherine, her mother: Mary Wimbush

Nicola, a servant: Michael Harbour

Louka, another servant: Kathryn Hurlbutt

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Unknown: Bernard Shaw

Director: John Tydeman

Blunlschli: Andrew Sachs

Sergius: Gary Bond

Raina: Jackie Smith-Wood

Petkoff, her father: David March

Catherine, her mother: Mary Wimbush

Nicola, a servant: Michael Harbour

Louka, another servant: Kathryn Hurlbutt

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A Kind of Freedom

Different backgrounds and beliefs. Different meanings for the same words. And in Alan McDonald 's play, a thirst for revenge so deep it destroys everything in its way.

With Eric Allan ,

Nigel Carrington , Peter Gunn ,

Charles Millham , Robert PortaL Director Clive Brill. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Alan McDonald

Unknown: Eric Allan

Unknown: Nigel Carrington

Unknown: Peter Gunn

Unknown: Charles Millham

Director: Clive Brill.

Robert: Robert Glenister

Ali: Joan Namyers

Mike: Mark Straker

Fee: Siobhan Redmond

Mother: Jenny Howe

Mum: Ann Windsor

Dad/Newcaster: Ronald Herdman

Father/Peter: John Church

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Unknown: Alan McDonald

Unknown: Eric Allan

Unknown: Nigel Carrington

Unknown: Peter Gunn

Unknown: Charles Millham

Director: Clive Brill.

Robert: Robert Glenister

Ali: Joan Namyers

Mike: Mark Straker

Fee: Siobhan Redmond

Mother: Jenny Howe

Mum: Ann Windsor

Dad/Newcaster: Ronald Herdman

Father/Peter: John Church

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911014]

The Family Hotel

Sardonic young graduate James helps out at his family's seaside hotel. An out-of-season guest is more than he or his mother bargained for.... Written by Michael Arditti.

Director Richard Wortley Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Michael Arditti.

Director: Richard Wortley

James Hardman: Jonathan Firth

Piers Alexander: Robertglenister

Lily Hardman: Elizabeth Kelly

Roy Hardman: William Simons

Corinne Evans: Emma Gregory

Vicar: Norman Jones

Driver: Norman Jones

Husband: Alan Barker

Man in car: Alan Barker

Wife: Joanna Myers

Woman in car: Joanna Myers

Miss Pettifew: Joanna Myers

Girl: Siriol Jenkins

BR conductor/Steward: Clarence Smith

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Written By: Michael Arditti.

Director: Richard Wortley

James Hardman: Jonathan Firth

Piers Alexander: Robertglenister

Lily Hardman: Elizabeth Kelly

Roy Hardman: William Simons

Corinne Evans: Emma Gregory

Vicar: Norman Jones

Driver: Norman Jones

Husband: Alan Barker

Man in car: Alan Barker

Wife: Joanna Myers

Woman in car: Joanna Myers

Miss Pettifew: Joanna Myers

Girl: Siriol Jenkins

BR conductor/Steward: Clarence Smith

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911104]

The Man-Eater of Malgudi

A dramatisation of R K Narayan's novel, set in the small Indian town of Malgudi. Nataraj and his friends Sen and Kavi find their lives ruined by the arrival in Malgudi of the monstrous Vasu. Their attempts to deal with him build to a wickedly I humorous climax. Vasu....BHASKER

Dramatised by William Ash Director Kay Patrick. Stereo

Contributors

Dramatised By: William Ash

Director: Kay Patrick.

Nataraj: Sam Dastor

Sen: Harmage Singh Kalirai

Kavi: Rashid Karapiet

Sastri: Kalee Mjanjua

Wastepaper man: Amjad Saleem

Muthu/Police inspector: Paul Bazely

Kamala: Charubala Chokshi

Mahout: Amer Jitdeu

Rangi: Shobu McAuley

Superintendent of Police: Tariq Alibai

Ramaswami: Ayub Khan Din

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Dramatised By: William Ash

Director: Kay Patrick.

Nataraj: Sam Dastor

Sen: Harmage Singh Kalirai

Kavi: Rashid Karapiet

Sastri: Kalee Mjanjua

Wastepaper man: Amjad Saleem

Muthu/Police inspector: Paul Bazely

Kamala: Charubala Chokshi

Mahout: Amer Jitdeu

Rangi: Shobu McAuley

Superintendent of Police: Tariq Alibai

Ramaswami: Ayub Khan Din

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911111]

Russia by John Fletcher , who won a 1990 Giles Cooper Award for Best Original Play.

Armistice Day.... but for one British platoon the end of the Great War is the beginning of an extraordinary adventure. This is the story of their epic journey to escape from the dark heart of Russia.

With David Bannerman and Heather Barrett.

Music Barrington Pheloung. Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Fletcher

Unknown: Giles Cooper

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Heather Barrett.

Music: Barrington Pheloung.

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Sergeant: Pwlip Davis

Corporal: David Holt

Cecil: Terry Pearson

Haskins: Jonathan Wyatt

Smith: Peter Meakin

Percival: Chris MacDonnell

Goddard: Richard Mitchley

Captain Symonds: Brett Usher

Grigoreyev: Peter Harlowe

General: Roger Hume

Russian girl: Susan Mann

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Unknown: John Fletcher

Unknown: Giles Cooper

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Heather Barrett.

Music: Barrington Pheloung.

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Sergeant: Pwlip Davis

Corporal: David Holt

Cecil: Terry Pearson

Haskins: Jonathan Wyatt

Smith: Peter Meakin

Percival: Chris MacDonnell

Goddard: Richard Mitchley

Captain Symonds: Brett Usher

Grigoreyev: Peter Harlowe

General: Roger Hume

Russian girl: Susan Mann

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A Movie Starring Me Samantha Bond stars as American soap actress Michele, in a new play by David Edgar.

Michele's appearance in a West End production of The Seagull prompts

Tripper, an obsessive fan, to make Michele aware of his existence.

Director Philip Martin. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Samantha Bond

Play By: David Edgar.

Director: Philip Martin.

Alex: Kenneth Cranham

Tripper: Mark Kilmurray

Michae/Massinger: Ed Bishop

Celia Salmon: Hedl Iniklaus

John/Assassin: David Vann

Tripper's mother: Tina Gray

Sue: Georgia Greeph

Nick Card: John Dixon

McKinley/Francois: Simon Carter

Speaking clock: Geoff Serle

Konstantin: Andy Hockley

Dick Hennessy: Alan Devereux

Receptionist: Kimberley Hope

Director/Gerry: Rob Swinton

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Unknown: Samantha Bond

Play By: David Edgar.

Director: Philip Martin.

Alex: Kenneth Cranham

Tripper: Mark Kilmurray

Michae/Massinger: Ed Bishop

Celia Salmon: Hedl Iniklaus

John/Assassin: David Vann

Tripper's mother: Tina Gray

Sue: Georgia Greeph

Nick Card: John Dixon

McKinley/Francois: Simon Carter

Speaking clock: Geoff Serle

Konstantin: Andy Hockley

Dick Hennessy: Alan Devereux

Receptionist: Kimberley Hope

Director/Gerry: Rob Swinton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911125]

Stranger in the Tea Leaves

A new Welsh comedy inspired by Nikolai Gogol's classic Russian play The Government Inspector.

Some things are the same the whole world over - corruption, hypocrisy, lust and laughter.

Written by William Ingram.

Music Laurie Scott Baker

Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: William Ingram.

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Mayor Roberts: Ray Smith

Myfanwy Roberts: Myfanwy Talog

Rowena Roberts: Carys Gwilym

Kelsey: Brendan Charleson

Cob: John Biggins

Magistrate Davies: Brinley Jenkins

lestyn Griffiths: Howell Evans

Little Billy: Philip Howe

Telwyth Teg: William Ingram

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Written By: William Ingram.

Music: Laurie Scott Baker

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Mayor Roberts: Ray Smith

Myfanwy Roberts: Myfanwy Talog

Rowena Roberts: Carys Gwilym

Kelsey: Brendan Charleson

Cob: John Biggins

Magistrate Davies: Brinley Jenkins

lestyn Griffiths: Howell Evans

Little Billy: Philip Howe

Telwyth Teg: William Ingram

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Oates after His Fingers

Following on from his Giles Cooper Award-winner

The Pope's Brother, Steve Walker 's play shows

Captain "Titus" Oates in the year 2065, alive and thawing out in the Antarctic. What will the old-fashioned explorer think of an England laid waste by drought and famine, where everyone speaks with an American accent?

Director Peter Kavanagh. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Cooper

Unknown: Steve Walker

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Oates: Stephen Dillane

Archie: Vincent Marzello

Europa: Lorelei King

Hendrix: David Graham

Edward VII: David Graham

Ma: Pauline Letts

Lloyd George: Sam Dastor

Dr Coombs: Charles Millham

Scott: Nigel Carrington

Manfred: Nigel Carrington

Dr Fitch: Peter Penry-Jones

Strangler: Norman Jones

Jailer: Tom Watt

Parrot: David Bannerman

Hungry Fred: Colin McFarlane

Snooty woman: Irene Sutcuffe

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Unknown: Giles Cooper

Unknown: Steve Walker

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Oates: Stephen Dillane

Archie: Vincent Marzello

Europa: Lorelei King

Hendrix: David Graham

Edward VII: David Graham

Ma: Pauline Letts

Lloyd George: Sam Dastor

Dr Coombs: Charles Millham

Scott: Nigel Carrington

Manfred: Nigel Carrington

Dr Fitch: Peter Penry-Jones

Strangler: Norman Jones

Jailer: Tom Watt

Parrot: David Bannerman

Hungry Fred: Colin McFarlane

Snooty woman: Irene Sutcuffe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911209]

The Year of Miracle and Grief

Leonid Borodin , a Russian dissident, was born in 1938 on the shores of Lake

Baikal in Siberia. He tells a story of his childhood that many might regard as a fairy tale. But he insists that it is true.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Leonid Borodin

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Leonid: Steve Hodson

Leon: Tom Lawrence

Sarma: Mary Wimbush

Ri: Carolyn Backhouse

Baikolla: William Eedle

Father: Brett Usher

Mother: Joanna Myers

Vassina: June Barrie

Nessei: Neil Roberts

Teacher: Phyllida Nash

Grandad: Norman Jones

Svetka: Lydia Robertson

Nelka: Laura Hawkridge

Genka: Edward Jones

Valerka: Ross Wilkinson

Yurka: Luke Robertson

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Unknown: Leonid Borodin

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Leonid: Steve Hodson

Leon: Tom Lawrence

Sarma: Mary Wimbush

Ri: Carolyn Backhouse

Baikolla: William Eedle

Father: Brett Usher

Mother: Joanna Myers

Vassina: June Barrie

Nessei: Neil Roberts

Teacher: Phyllida Nash

Grandad: Norman Jones

Svetka: Lydia Robertson

Nelka: Laura Hawkridge

Genka: Edward Jones

Valerka: Ross Wilkinson

Yurka: Luke Robertson

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The Fight for Barbara Written in 1912, D H Lawrence 's comedy is based on his elopement with Frieda. Robert

Wesson and his lover

Barbara have fled to

Tuscany, where they are pursued by Barbara's aristocratic family.

Barbara is racked by guilt when she meets her mentally unstable husband.

DirectorMichaelFox. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Written

Unknown: H Lawrence

Robert Wesson: Paul Copley

Barbara Tressider: Abigail Bond

Lady Charlcote: Delia Corrie

Sir William Charlcote: Geoffrey Banks

Dr Frederick Tressider: Christopher Ravenscroft

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Unknown: Barbara Written

Unknown: H Lawrence

Robert Wesson: Paul Copley

Barbara Tressider: Abigail Bond

Lady Charlcote: Delia Corrie

Sir William Charlcote: Geoffrey Banks

Dr Frederick Tressider: Christopher Ravenscroft

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911223]

Roxana Daniel Defoe 's story of a beautiful adventuress who rises from poverty to become the mistress of King Charles II.

Alison Steadman plays Roxana, a woman who finds fulfilment is not always to be found in fame and prosperity.

Dramatised by Alan England Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Roxana Daniel Defoe

Unknown: King Charles Ii.

Unknown: Alison Steadman

Dramatised By: Alan England

Director: Philip Martin.

Amy: Claire Faulconbridge

Prince: Michael Fitzgerald

Laurence/Reinhard: David Learner

Barlborough: David Meal

King: Geoff Serle

Mr Mulders: Roger Hume

Susan: Georgia Greeph

Sister: Caroline Ryder

Husband: Andy Hockley

Sister-in-law: Tessa Gallagher

Quaker: Patricia Gallimore

Mrs Brown: Joyce Gibbs

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911223]

Unknown: Roxana Daniel Defoe

Unknown: King Charles Ii.

Unknown: Alison Steadman

Dramatised By: Alan England

Director: Philip Martin.

Amy: Claire Faulconbridge

Prince: Michael Fitzgerald

Laurence/Reinhard: David Learner

Barlborough: David Meal

King: Geoff Serle

Mr Mulders: Roger Hume

Susan: Georgia Greeph

Sister: Caroline Ryder

Husband: Andy Hockley

Sister-in-law: Tessa Gallagher

Quaker: Patricia Gallimore

Mrs Brown: Joyce Gibbs

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911230]

However

AlHunter'snew comedy of love and war set in the Russo-Japanese conflict. Andrei's job is to write reports about fictional successes from the front.

When these are believed at home he accidentally becomes a hero overnight - Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Contributors

Director: Adrian Bean.

Andrei: John Gordon-Sinclair

Czar: Willie Rushton

PrinCess Elisaveta: Alison Dowlin

Piotr: Graham Seed

Trigorin: David Richard-Fox

Yeltsin: Timothy Carlton

Lady Karenina: Avril Clark

Brezhnev: Timothy Bateson

Kosygin/Gorbachev: Shaun Prendergast

Andropov: Norman Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911230]

Director: Adrian Bean.

Andrei: John Gordon-Sinclair

Czar: Willie Rushton

PrinCess Elisaveta: Alison Dowlin

Piotr: Graham Seed

Trigorin: David Richard-Fox

Yeltsin: Timothy Carlton

Lady Karenina: Avril Clark

Brezhnev: Timothy Bateson

Kosygin/Gorbachev: Shaun Prendergast

Andropov: Norman Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920106]

The Miser

Moliere's comedy stars Michael Hordern as a greedy old skinflint who tries to dash his children's wedding plans and fill the money box he keeps at the bottom of the garden - Translated by Miles Malleson Director Peter Kavanagh Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920106]

Unknown: Michael Hordern

Translated By: Miles Malleson

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Harpagon: Michael Hordern

Frosine: Eleanor Bron

Seigneur Anselm: Tp McKenna

Elise: Julia Swift

Valére: Nicholas Farrell

Cléante: Jonathan Tafler

La Flèche: Shaun Prendergast

Jacques: Christopher Godwin

Mariane: Elaine Caxton

Justice: Peter Woodthorpe

Mr Simon: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920113]

Pygmies in the Ruins Radio Theatre 1992: the first of an occasional series of radio plays presented in association with leading theatres.

Ron Hutchinson 's play, which opened last November at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, is set simultaneously in Belfast of 1991 and 1871. Harry Washburn is a police "scene-of-the-crime" photographer, for whom 20 years of visual carnage has meant increasing mental instability and a compulsion to uncover the truth behind a murder that occurred 120 years before. Harry Washburn SEAN SCANLAN

Boy soprano Niall Keatley Music Stephanie Hughes

Director Eoin O'Callaghan. Stereo

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Unknown: Ron Hutchinson

Unknown: Harry Washburn

Unknown: Sean Scanlan

Soprano: Niall Keatley

Music: Stephanie Hughes

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan.

DrMulcahy: Harry Towb

Mrs McAteer: Stella McCusker

Sergeant Reid: John Keegan

Nuala Washburn: Aine McCartney

Ciara McCabe: Ali White

Sean McCabe: Gerard Crossan

Shawney: Walter McMonagle

Committee member: Brendan Coyle

Mrs McCabe: Barbara Adair

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920120]

One-Way Ticket to Palookaville

It's late summer, 1990, and for shipyard welder Billy Hamsen it's a memorable one. Billy is a "traditional" working-class "commie", 1. and across the world there are serious changes to a system he has revered all his life.

Written by Michael Chaplin.

Billy Hamsen.... CHRISTIAN RODSKA

Director Dave Sheasby. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920120]

Unknown: Billy Hamsen

Written By: Michael Chaplin.

Written By: Billy Hamsen.

Director: Dave Sheasby.

Margaret Hamsen: Val McLane

Alexei: Karl Boyd

Rosa: Tracey Wilkinson

Jack: Rod Arthur

Ellis JOHN: Graham Davies

Ivanov: Christopher Campbell

Dad: Art Davies

Jimmy: James Thackwray

Gavin: Trevor Todd

Harry: Peter Wheeler

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920127]

When the Barbarians

Came

Everyone remembers what they were doing when the Barbarians came.

Marcus was in bed with Julia that afternoon. They watched the Goths enter the Imperial Gate on the television, while the sound of the crowd cheering the arrival of the enemy came across the park. A political thriller by Don Taylor.

Director Jeremy Howe. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920127]

Unknown: Don Taylor.

Director: Jeremy Howe.

Marcus: Norman Rodway

Julia: Frances Barber

Adrian: Peter Woodthorpe

CaptAniony: Colin MacFarlane

Augustus: John Normington

Claudia: Irene Sutcuffe

Octavius: Matthew Sim

Lavinia: Adjoa Andoh

Cloten: Andrew Wincott

Tarquin: Peter Gunn

Barbarian: David Goodland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920210]

Laura Singer

Harriet Walter plays Laure, a middle-class

French girl forced by her father to marry a peasant much older than herself.

David Zane Mairowitz 's lyrical play shows how passionate feeling leads

Laure to song rather than argument.

Director Peter Kavanagh. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920210]

Unknown: Laura Singer

Unknown: Harriet Walter

Unknown: David Zane Mairowitz

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Laure: Harriet Walter

Francis: Tp McKenna

Cesar: Trevor Peacock

Julian: Sean Arnold

Madame Barrie: Ann Windsor

Armand: Alex Goodman

Doctor: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920217]

The Birth Machine

Zelda's labour is to be induced by a wonderful new machine. As things go wrong, Zelda's imagination takes over. An adaptation by Elizabeth Baines of her own satirical novel.

DirectorMichael Fox Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920217]

Unknown: Elizabeth Baines

Zelda: Barbara Marten

Roland: Robert Ptckavance

Prof Quirk: David Fleeshman

Mother: Sue Jenkins

Father: John Branwell

Houseman: Bryan Reynolds

Nursing sister: Clare Beck

Hilary: Jane Hazelgrove

Rick: Mark Chatterton

Arleen: Kathryn Hunt

Staff nurse: Kay Purcell

Child Zelda: Laura Medforth

Annie: Natalie Casey

Charlie: Robert Curley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920224]

Mary Morgan

A serving-girl is tried for murder in 1805. How can her lover lead the jury that condemns her?

Written by Greg Cullen , based on a true story.

Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920224]

Unknown: Mary Morgan

Written By: Greg Cullen

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Mary Morgan: Sarah Michael

Walter: Patrick Brennan

Wilkins: David Garfield

George III: Tony Leader

Hardinge: Ric Jerrom

Earl: Ivor Roberts

Catherine/Bethan: Tessa Gearing

Maggie: Pam Hopkins

Hefina: Menna Trussler

Molly: Manon Edwards

Betty: Sian Summers

John/Martin: Neil Royston

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920302]

The Key to My Father's House

When the Scud missiles of Saddam Hussein start to fall on Jerusalem, George, with an Arab mother and a British father, has to decide where his true loyalties lie. Written by Leslie Stewart.

Director Philip Martin. Stereo

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Unknown: Saddam Hussein

Written By: Leslie Stewart.

Director: Philip Martin.

George: Ken Colley

Hannah: Francesca Brill

Jamal: Adam Hussein

Hani: Judy Bennett

George's mother: Gillian Goodman

George'sfather: Susan Mansell

Gerry: Dominic Taylor

Dr Subhi: Graham Padden

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920309]

A Clergyman's Daughter

George Orwell 's novel about the scandal which rocked a small town when, following an encounter with an elderly free thinker, the clergyman's daughter suddenly disappeared.

Adapted for radio by John Peacock.

Adapted by John Peacock

Director Celia De Wolff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920309]

Unknown: George Orwell

Unknown: John Peacock.

Adapted By: John Peacock

Director: Celia de Wolff.

Dorothy: Amanda Redman

Charles: Hugh Dickson

EOen: Marion Diamond

Warburton: Glyn Grain

Nobby: John Salthouse

Flo: Jane Whittenshaw

Charlie: David Bannerman

Miss Creavy: Frances Jeater

Sir Tom: Stephen Thorn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920316]

Fields of Grey, Marching

Set in 1916 after the battle of the Somme, this is a dark story of the power of memory and guilt, and of the fear and misuse of the world of the occult.

Written by Mike Walker.

Music by Jeremy Taylor.

Trumpet Mike Harrison. ; Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920316]

Written By: Mike Walker.

Music By: Jeremy Taylor.

Unknown: Mike Harrison.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Julia: Julia Swift

Colin: Robert Glenister

Father/Ray: Ian Dury

Letty: Elizabeth Kelly

Dora: Elizabeth Mansfield

Polly: Siriol Jenkins

Hotel Qerk/LandJady: Auriol Smith

Waitress: Emma Fielding

Mrs Rouse: Ann Windsor

Mr Rouse: Ronald Heroman

Waiter: Clarence Smith

Railway clerk: Terence Edmond

Mr Pye: John Church

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920323]

Darling Peidi

The true story of Edith Thompson who, with Freddy Bywaters , was charged with the murder of her husband Percy in October 1922. Written by Shelagh Stephenson.

Director Jeremy Mortimer Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920323]

Unknown: Edith Thompson

Unknown: Freddy Bywaters

Written By: Shelagh Stephenson.

Director: Jeremy Mortimer

Edith Thompson: Rachel Joyce

Freddy Bywaters: Charles Simpson

Percy Thompson: Peter Wight

Avis Graydon: Theresa Streatfeild

Mr Graydon: Norman Bird

Mrs Graydon: Gudrun Ure

Rose/Wardress: Siriol Jenkins

Elsie Wardress: Joanna Myers

Mr Stern: David Learner

Henry Curtis-Bennett: Mark Lambert

Thomas Inskip: Brett Usher

Mr Justice Shearman: Jonathan Adams

Clerk/Chaplain: Nicholas Murchie

Foreman/Officer: Peter Gunn

Prison Governor: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920406]

Hereafter A story about parenthood, death and the art of living, by Jonathan Myerson. Director Marilyn Imrie Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920406]

Unknown: Jonathan Myerson.

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Sam: Douglas Hodge

Clare: Marcella Riordan

Linda: Barbara Leigh Hunt

Tanya: Joanna Myers

Liz: Gillian Bevan

Bert: Stuart McGugan

Clare's mother: Maggie Shelvin

Nurse: Melanie Hudson

Ward sister: Gudrun Ure

Vanessa: Theresa Streatfeild

Mrs Reddington/SCO nurse: Joanna Wake

Eddie Fentiman: Peter Penry Jones

Mr Justice Storey: John Church

Voice: Sean Arnold

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920413]

The Snatch

In Gillian Richmond 's play Kate and Tina are both expecting babies.

Complete strangers, their lives will soon be linked and changed forever.

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920413]

Unknown: Gillian Richmond

Director: Sue Wilson.

Kate: Kate Buffery

Tina: Siriol Jenkins

Nick: Mark Straker

Phil: Andy Hockley

Sally: Sunny Ormonde

Annette: Joanna Wake

Paul: John Webb

Fay: Jilly Bond

Photographer /Newsreader: Keith Drinkel

Newscaster: Peter Penry-Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920420]

Are Friends Electric

In Cystic Fibrosis week, Lesley Davies ' play - based on a real case - traces the last few weeks in the life of a 15-year-old boy bravely fighting against this hereditary genetic disease. Director Cherry Cookson Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920420]

Unknown: Lesley Davies

Ben: Richard Pearce

Ann: Jennie Linden

David: John Rowe

Gene: Peter Whitman

Barry: Mark Straker

Rick: David Learner

Janice: Joanna Myers

Chas: Owen Booth

Alex: Siriol Jenkins

Hospital Consultant: Peter Penry Jones

Family Doctor: Jonathan Adams

Claire: Melanie Hudson

Policeman: John Webb

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920427]

Eden Must Go

Martin Worth's play comes from his experiences of going up to Cambridge in 1945, and examines the effect of war on young men.

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920427]

Director: Jane Morgan.

Stephen Pym: Charles Simpson

Alan Wicks: Keith Drinkel

Alister Gray: Andrew Wincott

Netoil Hadley: Mark Straker

Ivor Rossiter: David Learner

Elizabeth Noble: Victoria Carling

Dr Noble: Terence Edmond

Mrs Noble: Ann Windsor

PauIDarcy: Brett Usher

Dawkins: Ronald Herdman

Ted Baines: Matthew Long

Amanda Baines: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920504]

Rutherford and Son

A bullyingTyneside factory owner is locked into conflict with his own children in Githa Sowerby 's 1912 classic stage play.

Director Michael Fox. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920504]

Unknown: Githa Sowerby

Director: Michael Fox.

Rutherford: Bryan Pringle

John Rutherford: Nigel Hastings

Janet Rutherford: Barbara Marten

Richard Rutherford: Dan Maxwell

Mary: Melanie Thaw

Martin: Martin Oldreld

Aunt Ann: Avril Elgar

Mrs Henderson: Gillian Goodman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920511]

A Frozen Stream

Called Wounded Knee

In 1890 in South Dakota, a dream was shattered. In

1990 Luta confronts the truth about a people who faced extinction.

John Pilkington 's play recounts the refusal of the Lakota people to die out.

Music: Stuart Gordon

Producer Andy Jordan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920511]

Unknown: John Pilkington

Music: Stuart Gordon

Producer: Andy Jordan.

Luta: Kerry Shale

Cutter: William Hope

Joseph Thunder: Harry Towb

Wichasha: Lee Montague

Amy Rosen: Shelley Thompson

Winona: Laurel Lefkow

Policeman 1: John Guerrasio

Policeman 2: Jonathan Tafler

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920518]

A Cruel Madness dramatised by Colin Thubron from his own novel.

A nightmare quest begins when Daniel Pashley sees a white-dressed woman in the grounds of the mental hospital where he teaches.

Psychiatrist....PETER PENRY JONES Director John Theocharis. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920518]

Dramatised By: Colin Thubron

Unknown: Daniel Pashley

Unknown: Peter Penry

Director: John Theocharis.

Pashley: Robert Glenister

Sophia: Harriet Walter

McQuitty: Jonathan Adams

Nisbet: Keith Drinkel

Orgill: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920525]

Heretics by Alison Leonard.

Maggie, her husband

Keith, Gavin and Julie all want to be priests. But

Gavin is gay, Maggie's a woman and Keith is attracted to Julie.

Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920525]

Unknown: Alison Leonard.

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Maggie: Maggie McCarthy

Gavin: Huw Garmon

Julie: Manon Edwards

Keith: Tony Leader

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920601]

Unreasonable Behaviour Faced with a political and sexual scandal, an ambitious local councillor finds his marriage and career on the brink of collapse.

A new play by Christopher Reason.

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo 1

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920601]

Play By: Christopher Reason.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Alan McAndrew: Russell Dixon

Judy Morrison: Siriol Jenkins

Steve Malone: Keith Drinkel

Joanne Malone: Gillian Bevan

Mary Douglas: Melanie Hudson

Joanne's solicitor: Theresa Streatfeild

Ruth: Joanna Wake

Colin Sanders: Peter Gunn

Harry Greenwood: Eric Allan

Councillor Curtis: John Church

Councillor Hunt: Jonathan Adams

Alan's solicitor: David Learner

Prison officers: Peter Penry Jones

Prison officers: Gordon Reid

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920608]

Who Killed Palomino Molero ?

Mario Vargas Llosa 's adult crime story, set in Peru in 1954, turns up the underbelly of class and corruption in a communtiy dominated by the military.

With John Bull, Gordon Reid , Nicholas Murchie ,

John Church and Jonathan Adams.

Musician Mia Soteriou

Translated and dramatised by Bronwen Phizackerly

Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920608]

Unknown: Palomino Molero

Unknown: Mario Vargas Llosa

Unknown: Gordon Reid

Unknown: Nicholas Murchie

Unknown: Jonathan Adams.

Dramatised By: Bronwen Phizackerly

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Lieutenant Silva: Charles Simpson

SgtUtuma: Ray Fearon

Colonel Mindreau: Steve Hodson

Alicia: Melanie Hudson

Lieutenant Dufo: Jonathan Tafler

DonaAsunta: Linda Marlowe

DonaAdriana: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920615]

Short the Season

Bert Boford refuses to give up his job as Kennel Huntsman despite intense pressure from his family, until his wife steps in to precipitate a crisis for the Hunt.

Written by Mike McGrath.

Director Michael Fox Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920615]

Unknown: Bert Boford

Unknown: Kennel Huntsman

Written By: Mike McGrath.

Director: Michael Fox

Bert Boford: James Laurenson

Olive Boford: Ann Rye

Hilda Sutton: Charmian May

Ted Boford: Colin Kerrigan

Devla Flannery: Saskia Downes

Flan: James Quinn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920622]

Taking the Devil's Advice

Not many plays can claim to deal with philosophy and the poisoning of a shameless hussy with a blackcurrant tart.

Dramatised for radio by Mike Walker from the novel by Anne Fine.

Director David Benedictus. Stereo

0 DRAMA: page 5

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920622]

Unknown: Mike Walker

Novel By: Anne Fine.

Director: David Benedictus.

Oliver Rosen: Richard O'Callaghan

Constance Rosen: Jenny Agutter

Alasdair Huggett: John Church

Bonnie Rosen: Anna Abrahams

Stella Huggett: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920629]

Exit/Entrance

In Aidan Mathews ' play, a middle-aged Charles and Helen are bidding adieu to their world, while next door, their younger selves begin life together.

Charles is played by Norman Rodway and Dermot Crowley. Helen, his wife, by Maureen O'Brien and Marcella Riordan.

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920629]

Unknown: Aidan Mathews

Played By: Norman Rodway

Played By: Dermot Crowley.

Unknown: Maureen O'Brien

Unknown: Marcella Riordan.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920706]

Going Under

A love story set in Stalinist Russia. Two writers discover much about themselves and the system under which they live in Ken Whitmore 's dramatisation of the novel by Lydia Chukovskaya. Director Martin Jenkins Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920706]

Unknown: Ken Whitmore

Novel By: Lydia Chukovskaya.

Director: Martin Jenkins

Nina: Annette Crosbie

Bilibin: Graham Crowden

Matron: Tessa Worsley

Sablin: John Webb

Veksler: Cyril Shaps

Klokov: Brett Usher

Finnish girl: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920713]

Chucky, the Lucky Leprechaun

Frank Moore has spent his life as the voice of Chucky, an ill-fated cartoon character. Looking back over his life spent squeaking in a fake Irish accent, he wonders what it all means.

James Ellis stars as Frank in this new play by Thomas McLaughlin.

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920713]

Unknown: Frank Moore

Unknown: James Ellis

Play By: Thomas McLaughlin.

Director: Pam Brighton.

Nurse: Catherine Brennan

Hannah: Susan Slot

Clark: Lalor Roddy

Vladimir: Niall Cusack

Delores: Marie Jones

Bottle: Thomas McLaughlin

Michael: John O'Hara

Lola: Brigid Erin Bates

Frances: Sarah Jane Gibson

Young Frank: Ryan Marshall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920720]

Piper At The Gates How do you switch between the hard world of the rig deck and the real world of the house and shopping centre? George Gunn 's first play for radio is set in the North Sea oil industry.

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920720]

Unknown: George Gunn

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Al: John Buick

Jane: Eliza Langland

Stella: Vari Sylvester

Johnno: Neil Shackleton

Louis Larsen: Bill Riddoch

Jamie: Gilbert Martin

Scooter: Mark Coleman

Rig Super: Angus MacInnes

Tom Grounds: Michael MacKenzie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920727]

Runaway

From the age of ten, Gail has been running away... Michael Wall 's play adapted and revised by Lizzie Slater. Director Peter Kavanagh Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920727]

Unknown: Michael Wall

Unknown: Lizzie Slater.

Director: Peter Kavanagh

Charles: Jim Carter

Gail (aged 10): Rebecca Cullum

Gail (aged 18): Charlotte Coleman

Gail (aged 45): Maureen O'Brien

Marek: Henry Goodman

Calderwood: Jonathan Adams

Marsh: Jonathan Adams

Susan: Melinda Walker

Indian man: Peter Gunn

Julie: Siriol Jenkins

Esther: Siriol Jenkins

Rob: Matthew Morgan

Sam: Matthew Morgan

Ace: Matthew Morgan

Sophie: Alison Reid

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920803]

The Blasphemer

George Rosie 's play, set in Edinburgh in 1701, about a blasphemy charge brought against Thomas Aitkenhead.

Director Stewart Conn. Stereo

(First broadcast on Radio Scotland)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920803]

Unknown: George Rosie

Unknown: Thomas Aitkenhead.

Meldrum: Allan Sharpe

Margaret: Wendy Seager

Mungo Craig: Sean Hay

Aitkenhead: Stevie Hannan

Spence: Lewis Howden

Sir James Stewart: Charles Kearney

Lord Polwarth: Robin Thomson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920810]

The New Party

In the early 1930s the friendship between Oswald Mosley and Harold Nicolson intensified when the two men joined forces to launch a new political party. But Mosley's extreme views were to jeopardise both their political and personal alliance - Written by Martyn Wade. Starring Christopher Cazenove as Harold Nicolson.

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920810]

Unknown: Oswald Mosley

Unknown: Harold Nicolson

Written By: Martyn Wade.

Unknown: Christopher Cazenove

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Oswald Mosley: Roger Allam

Vita: Kate Buffery

Cimmie: Joanna David

Christopher: Alan Barker

Beaverbrook: Paul Maxwell

Strachey: Brett Usher

Cheyney: Eric Allan

Young: Charles Millham

Salmon: Mark Straker

Sarfatti: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920817]

Mermaid Sandwich

Henry creates children's books featuring Molly the Mermaid. When a real-life woman emerges from the sea, she threatens his relationship with his friend and business partner Mark, who shares his rambling house on the beach.

Written by Phil Willmott.

Director Richard Wortley Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920817]

Written By: Phil Willmott.

Director: Richard Wortley

Henry: Andrew Wlncott

Mark: Charles Simpson

Caroline: Emma Fielding

Sophie: Joanna Myers

Storyteller: Tessa Worsley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920824]

Opening Up

"This is not a morbid story. Nobody dies. At least not yet. I'm here to tell you the tale of a patient and his surgeon, the virtuoso of the gastrointestinal unit."

Written by Jeremy Paul.

Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920824]

Written By: Jeremy Paul.

Director: Matthew Walters.

Roche: Damel Massey

Newkwy-Burden: Oliver Ford Davies

Francesco: Sasha Paul

Heather: Amanda Garwood

Hardisty: Gordon Reid

Vellacott: Peter Penry Jones

Colin: Jonathan Adams

Alex: Matthew Morgan

Ann: Melinda Walker

Moira: Joanna Wake

Nina: Michelle Joseph

Lucy: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920831]

In The Native State

Tom Stoppard 's prizewinning play set in 1930 India and present-day

England. With

Peggy Ashcroft giving her last dramatic performance as Mrs Swan , and Felicity Kendal who won the 1992 Sony Award for Best

Actress as Flora Crewe.

Excerpt from Up The Country by Emily Eden. read by Auriol Smith. Producer John Tydeman. Stereo (First broadcast on Radio 3)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920831]

Unknown: Tom Stoppard

Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft

Unknown: Mrs Swan

Unknown: Felicity Kendal

Unknown: Emily Eden.

Read By: Auriol Smith.

Producer: John Tydeman.

NimdDas: Sam Dastor

Anish Das: Lyndam Gregory

The Rajah: Saeed Jaffrey

David Durance: Simon Treves

Mr Pike: William Hootkins

Coomaraswami: Renu Setna

The Resident: Brett Usher

Nazrul: Amerjit Deu

Francis Swan: Mark Straker

Nell: Emma Gregory

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920907]

Allan's Horse

Marilyn Morris 's compelling story of a woman fighting with her sister-in-law for her brother's affections.

Producer Tony Cliff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920907]

Unknown: Marilyn Morris

Producer: Tony Cliff.

Allan: Richard Pearce

Katlieen: Barbara Marten

Louise: Brionie Pritchard

Robert: Stuart Richman

Mr Payne: Peter Rylands

Mason: Malcolm Raeburn

May Banks: Jane Lowe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920914]

The Fatherland

An adaptation by Murray Watts of his own award-winning stage play. Josh Mabhena was imprisoned for life for anti-apartheid activities and his four children have grown up in Soweto without him.

The news of his release both thrills and terrifies them.

Music Cleo Dorcas

Director Jane Dauncey. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920914]

Unknown: Murray Watts

Unknown: Josh Mabhena

Director: Jane Dauncey.

Maki: Natasha Williams

Reuben: Geff Francis

Fritz: Leo Wringer

Lefty: Ewen Cummins

Mattea: Cleo Dorcas

Peggy: Jeillo Edwards

Freddie: Eddie Thengani

Zulu: Jabu Mbalo

Nlinu: Sibongile Nene

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920921]

Diplomatic Wives

Written by Louise Page. Christine is a "diplomatic wife" - the mainstay of her husband's career. When she is offered a career opportunity of her own she has a hard choice to make.

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920921]

Written By: Louise Page.

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

Chris Melbourne: Janet Maw

John Melbourne: James Wilby

Libby Webster: Maureen O'Brien

Kit Melbourne: Henry Power

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920928]

A Bit of Berlin

Howard Wakeling's play is set in Berlin, a city with a history of deviant sex, violence and bigotry. With the Wall coming down, have things changed or is history repeating itself?

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920928]

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Vic Willis: James Grout

Barbara Willis: Rowena Cooper

MarkiYoung Vic: Julian Rhind-Tutt

janet: Federay Holmes

Dieter: Walter Van Dyk

Anna: Maggie McCarthy

Old Man: Heinz Bernard

Bobby: Nicholas Murchie

Herbert: David Holt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921005]

Blossom before Essence by Dave Conway.

Itored with traditional labels in the cliche that is

"Riot-torn Belfast", Jean and Blossom decide upon a revolution with a difference.

Director Eom O'Callaghan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921005]

Unknown: Dave Conway.

Director: Eom O'Callaghan.

Blossom: Helen Trew

Jean: Catherine MacK

Sinead: Eleanor Methven

Daniel: Robert Taylor

Bunny: Michael McKnight

Wallace: Lalor Roddy

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921012]

My Girl

Barrie Keeffe 's comedy about a social worker whose professional caring threatens to destroy his family. With Karl Howman as Sam and Cathy Tyson as his wife Anita.

Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921012]

Unknown: Barrie Keeffe

Unknown: Karl Howman

Unknown: Cathy Tyson

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921019]

From Morning Sun Till Dine by Angus Graham

Campbell. Chris , the son of wealthy, middle-class Scots, shares a flat in his parents' house with fellow student Paul, a working-class Irishman. Tension mounts between the two when Paul suspects his friend is hiding anorexia.

Director Richard Wortley Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921019]

Unknown: Angus Graham

Unknown: Campbell. Chris

Director: Richard Wortley

Chris: Samuel West

Paul: Ian Shaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921026]

Bad Blood by Griselda Gambaro.

The 19th-century drawing room of a wealthy family is the setting for this modem Argentinian tragedy of power, fear and perversion. The tyranny of the father is subverted by his daughter Delores, who pursues her love for the hunchback tutor, Raphael.

Translated by Marguerite Feitlowitz Music Peter Heyward

Violinist Diane Hamilton

Adapted and directed by Kate Rowland. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921026]

Unknown: Griselda Gambaro.

Translated By: Marguerite Feitlowitz

Directed By: Kate Rowland.

Delores: Alex Kingston

Father: Peter Marinker

Mother: Marion Bailey

Raphael: John Padden

Fermin: Kevin O'Donohoe

Juan Pedro: Louis Hilyer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921109]

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck.

In the golden valleys of California, two itinerant workers struggle to sustain their dream. The story of a friendship put to a terrible test.

Dramatised by Penny Leicester Director Richard Wortley. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921109]

Unknown: John Steinbeck.

Dramatised By: Penny Leicester

Director: Richard Wortley.

George: Peter Whitman

Lennie: Kerry Shale

Candy: Harry Towb

Slim: James Aubrey

Crooks: Colin McFarlane

Curley: Nicholas Murchie

Curley's Wife: Roberta Sausville

Carlson: David Holt

Whit: Matthew Morgan

Boss: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921116]

Larry the Lamb by Peter Thomson. Based on stories by Franz Kafka.

When Larry turns up at an audition saying that he's a hunger artist,

Johnny Johnson forgets the talking dog and knows that he has struck gold. with Keith Drinkel , Terence Edmond. Peter Gunn.

David Learner , Matthew Morgan. Alison Reid , Theresa Streatfeild ,

Melinda Walker and John Webb Director Jane Morgan Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921116]

Unknown: Peter Thomson.

Stories By: Franz Kafka.

Artist: Johnny Johnson

Unknown: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: Terence Edmond.

Unknown: Peter Gunn.

Unknown: David Learner

Unknown: Matthew Morgan.

Unknown: Alison Reid

Unknown: Theresa Streatfeild

Unknown: Melinda Walker

Larry: Samuel West

Johnny Johnson: Barry Foster

Mary: Carolyn Backhouse

June: Alice Arnold

Beeder Barking: James Grout

Alphonse: Matthew Sim

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921123]

The Colony

John Rooney 's play takes place in the west of Ireland, "the last unpolluted coastline in Europe". The

Germans love it, the locals think they are gaining jobs, but what are they losing?

A young man from Belfast, from outside, thinks too much is being lost.

Music Neil Martin

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921123]

Unknown: John Rooney

Music: Neil Martin

Director: Pam Brighton.

Kurt: Brendan Gleeson

Connor: George Shane

Helga: Lynn Cahill

Tom: Tim Loane

Father: Trevor Moore

Mother: Marie Jones

Hans: Niall Cusack

Mary: Linda Wray

Clare: Anita Reeves

Pat: Gerry McGrath

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921130]

Deborah's Daughter

A new play by Pam Gems starring Prunella Scales. A romance played out on the battlefield of third-world politics and first-world interests.

Deborah Pedersen , a rich oil widow, visits a North African state to make a donation for development. Colonel Hassan is on the verge of initiating a coup against the old and repressive monarch. In the personal and political chaos that ensues, Deborah finds it hard to know if she is an honoured guest or a hostage.

Director Sue Dunderdale

Producer Claire Grove. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921130]

Play By: Pam Gems

Unknown: Prunella Scales.

Unknown: Deborah Pedersen

Producer: Claire Grove.

Deborah Pedersen: Prunella Scales

Steplianie Pedersen: Federay Holmes

Rhoda Wiggins: Elizabeth Spriggs

Eric Bellairs: Keith Drinkel

Hassan Sa'id: Raad Rawi

Ali Madur/Arabic adviser: Adam Hussein

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921207]

Anacaona by Michele Celeste.

Anacaona is Queen of the peace-loving Tainos on the island of Haiti, in 1503. She has never known the curse of hatred, until the ! Spanish Army comes looking for gold.

Music composed and played by Mia Soteriou

Director Michael Fox. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921207]

Unknown: Michele Celeste.

Played By: Mia Soteriou

Director: Michael Fox.

Anacaona: Mia Soteriou

Hugeymota: Naomi Wirthner

Guaora: Dhobi Oparei

Old Maid: Isabelle Lucas

Maid: Kay Purcell

Ovando: Wyllie Longmore

RodrigO: James McMartin

Diego: Malcolm Raeburn

Tona: Joe Speare

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921214]

At Sea on Inya Lake

In Guy Slater 's play, Ben, now a successful journalist, returns to

Burma to search for not just a story but his past. Thirty years ago Ben was 18 and left Burma and Sally, his first love, when they were forced apart by the revolution.

Music: Anthea Gomez

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921214]

Unknown: Guy Slater

Music: Anthea Gomez

Director: Sue Wilson.

Ben: Ralph Fiennes

Saly Win Mawg: Samantha Bond

Ted: Philip Anthony

AnnajSanda: Jill Graham

Philip: Kenneth Gilbert

SimonlBa Tan: David Holt

Tin Oo/Driver: Richard Rees

Min Sein/Narrator: John Webb

Ko Kyin/Officer: Kwong Loke

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921221]

Gondal with Diana Quick and Janet Maw.

Martyn Wade 's play about Emily Bronte parallels her life at Haworth with a reconstruction of Gondal, her fantasy world set on a Pacific island, from which the ideas for Wuthering Heights evolved.

With John Webb , Jillie Meers and Siriol Jenkins Music by Elizabeth Parker

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921221]

Unknown: Diana Quick

Unknown: Janet Maw.

Unknown: Martyn Wade

Unknown: Emily Bronte

Unknown: John Webb

Unknown: Jillie Meers

Unknown: Siriol Jenkins Music

Unknown: Elizabeth Parker

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Augusta: Diana Quick

Emily: Janet Maw

Lord Eldred: John Rowe

Fernando: Nathaniel Parker

Alfred: Clive Francis

Tabitha: Linda Polan

Angelica: Moir Leslie

Alexander/Douglas: David Thorpe

Pany/Julius: Keith Drinkel

Young Emily: Annabel Lanyon

Gerald: Eric Allan

Young Charlotte/ Young Augusta: Bernadette Windsor

Young Branwell: Jill Lidstone

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930104]

Boxing Day by Michael Crompton. Phylis leaves her repossessed house to walk into the unknown. A car accident leaves her in a coma over Christmas, until the memory of an old love awakens her.

Director Michael Fox. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930104]

Unknown: Michael Crompton.

Director: Michael Fox.

Phylis: Rosalind Knight

Young Phylis: Julia Ford

Philipa: Amelia Bullmore

David: Robert Whelan

Pat: Judith Barker

Alice: Daphne Oxenford

Fireman: Martin Oldfield

The Driver: John Branwell

Anna: Emma Garner-Clarke

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930111]

Orlando by Virginia Woolf.

Orlando was bom in the reign of Elizabeth I and lived into that of George V. He entered life as a boy and she left it as a woman.

Who was this strange creature?

Dramatised by Peter Buckman

Music: James Walker and Simon

Walker

Director Penny Gold. Stereo (First broadcast in 1984)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930111]

Dramatised By: Peter Buckman

Music: James Walker

Orlando: Jenny Stoller

The Narrator: Vivian Pickles

Queen Elizabeth: Margot Boyd

Lady Margaret: Heather Tobias

Earl: Danny Schiller

Sasha: Amanda Murray

Stubbs: Lockwood West

Mrs Grimsditch: Jane Wenham

Dupper: John Bott

Greene: Peter Woodthorpe

Archduke: Richard O'Callaghan

King Charles: Willlam Eedle

Nell Gwyn: Helena Breck

Sea Captain: Arnold Diamond

Shelmerdine: David McAlister

Shop Assistant: Hilda Schroder

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930118]

Red Sky at Night

Set in the mining village of Eastwood in the Erewash

Valley in 1911, Nick Ward 's play is a story of love and lost desire and is inspired by D

H Lawrence 's early writings.

Music: Richard Heacock

Trumpet Nick Thompson Director Nick Ward

Producer Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930118]

Unknown: Nick Ward

Unknown: H Lawrence

Music: Richard Heacock

Unknown: Nick Thompson

Director: Nick Ward

Producer: Marilyn Imrie.

Katherine: Julia Ford

Alfred: Paul Copley

Ultty: Katrin Cartlidge

Harry: Eric Allan

Betteridge: Keith Drinkel

Grandma: Jill Graham

Mrs Marsh/Barmaid: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930125]

The Pledge

Friedrich Durrenmatt 's classic study of obsession. Matthews is a gifted detective but his clinical approach makes him unpopular. When a child is murdered he risks everything to solve the case. with Jill Graham , David Holt , Siriol Jenkins , James Telfer ,

Philip Anthony , John Webb and Alexander Thomson

Dramatised by Peter Thomson Director Claire Grove

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930125]

Unknown: Friedrich Durrenmatt

Unknown: Jill Graham

Unknown: David Holt

Unknown: Siriol Jenkins

Unknown: James Telfer

Unknown: Philip Anthony

Unknown: John Webb

Dramatised By: Peter Thomson

Director: Claire Grove

Matthews: Keith Drinkel

Tanner: Tom Georgeson

Horton: Jonathan Adams

Halsey: Matthew Morgan

Burkhard: Terence Edmond

Lock: Jonathan Tafler

Mrs Scott: Gudrun Ure

Mary: Nadine Ballantyne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930201]

A Tearful of Dreams

Set in a Loyalist area of Belfast, Gary Mitchell 's play explores how the horrors of a rape are intensified when the rapist is from a paramilitary family.

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930201]

Unknown: Gary Mitchell

Director: Pam Brighton.

John: Ian McElhinney

Evelyn: Marie Jones

Geordie: Tim Loane

Tracy: Eileen McCloskey

Joey: Simon Magill

Clifford: Lalor Roddy

Cyril: Mark Mulholland

Johnston: John Hewitt

Hall: Trevor Moore

Bishop: Bj Hogg

Stevie: Peter Ballance

Cook: Robert Taylor

Colin: Martin Maguire

Ronnie: James Corry

Thompson: Stuart Graham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930208]

A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M Miller Jr.

Six hundred years after the nuclear holocaust, a group of monks, in an abbey in the desert, struggle to preserve the remnant of humanity's scientific knowledge.

Novice Brother Francis is undergoing his Lenten fast before taking his final vows, when his meditation and prayers are interrupted by a visitor.

Incidental music by David Dorward , sung by Cappella Nova Dramatised by Donald Campbell Director Hamish Wilson.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930208]

Unknown: Walter M Miller Jr.

Unknown: Brother Francis

Music By: David Dorward

Sung By: Cappella Nova

Dramatised By: Donald Campbell

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Paulo: Michael MacKenzie

Eleazar: John Shedden

Francis: Andrew Price

Taddeo: Billy Riddoch

Arkos: Alexander Morton

Gault: Gordon Fulton

Kornhoer: Alec Heggie

Claret: Robert Carlyle

Poet: Charles Kearney

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930215]

Check the Tension by Steve May.

An African state has a way of encouraging holidaymakers, but the tensions within it are ignored by an English businesswoman until it is too late.

Director Richard Wortley Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930215]

Director: Richard Wortley

Beatrice: Stephanie Cole

Jean: Sarah Badel

Louise: Jane Slavin

Fez: Geoffrey Matthews

Video Narrator: Steve Hodson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930222]

The Newsagent and the Counsellor by Don Haworth.

In a fit of anger, a normally placid newsagent throws his son's stereo through a bedroom window. He turns to a counsellor for advice, and as she unravels the story behind his outburst, she unwittingly reveals her story too. So who counsels the counsellor?

Director Kay Patrick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930222]

Unknown: Don Haworth.

Director: Kay Patrick

Laura: Maggie Steed

Harold: Stephen Moore

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930301]

Scab by William Ingram.

The closure of a coal mine has destroyed a community and the lives of its people, echoing events from the past.

Director Enyd Williams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930301]

Unknown: William Ingram.

Gwyn: Peter Penry Jones

Gareth: Dyfed Thomas

Rhys: Ioan Meredith

Billy: Bob Kingdom

Caenwyn: Margaret John

Teguyn: Ernest Evans

Iestyn: Artro Morris

Dai Bach: Lewis Jones

The Club Barman: Matthew Morgan

Cyril, the Club Steward: John Edmunds

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930308]

Nothing Happens in Carmincross by Benedict Kiely.

Mervyn is a New York-based writer for whom

Ireland is a joyful memory. However, a journey to Carmincross provides a rude awakening.

Dramatised by Mike Gerrard Producer Eoin O'Callaghan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930308]

Unknown: Benedict Kiely.

Dramatised By: Mike Gerrard

Producer: Eoin O'Callaghan

Mervyn: Ian McElhinney

Deborah: Kate Binchy

Mervyn's wife: Aine McCartney

Cecil Morrow: Sean Caffrey

Mrs Steel: Grainne McCann

Mrs Kavanagh: Margaret D'Arcy

Jeremiah: Patrick Fitzsymons

Mandrake: John Guiney

Mr Burns/Pat Loughran: Joe McPartland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930315]

Not about Heroes

To mark the centenary of Wilfred Owen 's birth, another chance to hear

Stephen MacDonald 's play exploring his friendship with Siegfried Sassoon. With James Telfer as Owen, and Stephen MacDonald as Sassoon. "This war is not about heroes. It's really about boys of 19 being shot in the throat and dying before they've had time to live and to learn why. The people who throw away those lives for their own glory - or profit - or both. I think it's about the annihilation, the wanton destruction of everything we love."

Director Stewart Conn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930315]

Unknown: Wilfred Owen

Unknown: Stephen MacDonald

Unknown: Siegfried Sassoon.

Unknown: James Telfer

Director: Stewart Conn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930322]

Into the Darkness

Laughing by Patrice Chaplin. Modigliani, the revolutionary Italian modernist painter, seduced but inspired many women. None more so than his last mistress, model and fellow painter, Jeanne Hebuterne. This is her passionate and tragic story.

Director Richard Wortley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930322]

Unknown: Patrice Chaplin.

Unknown: Jeanne Hebuterne.

Director: Richard Wortley

Jeanne Hébuterne: Rachel Joyce

Amedeo Modigliani: Neil Dudgeon

Maurice Utrillo: Simon Treves

Germaine: Teresa Gallagher

Jeanne's Mother: Jill Graham

Jeanne's Father: John Webb

Landlord: John Fleming

Barman: James Telfer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930329]

The Dresser by Ronald Harwood.

With Freddie Jones as Sir, and Michael Palin as Norman.

"What do we play tomorrow, Norman?" "King Lear, Sir."

"Then I shall wake with the storm clouds in my head."

Percussion Roy Sinclair Adapted and directed by David Blount

SEE PREVIEW

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930329]

Unknown: Ronald Harwood.

Unknown: Freddie Jones

Unknown: Michael Palin

Unknown: Roy Sinclair

Directed By: David Blount

Her Ladyship: Melinda Walker

Madge: Jill Graham

Irene: Federay Holmes

Mr Thornton: Geoffrey Matthews

Mr Oxenby: Keith Drinkel

Kent: John Baddeley

Gloucester: John Webb

Albany: James Telfer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930405]

Angelface

In the 13th century, love tended to happen at an early age. The poet Dante was only nine when he fell in love with Beatrice. She was to be the source of his first work, The New Life.

Bruce Stewart explores the world's greatest love story in a contemporary and entertaining interpretation.

Music: Peter Howell

Director Shaun MacLoughlin

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930405]

Unknown: Bruce Stewart

Music: Peter Howell

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Dante: David Bannerman

Beatrice: Jenny Funnel

Love: Bill Wallis

Portinari: Christian Rodska

Porroviso: Matthew Morgan

Ossacapo: Ian Sanders

Gemma: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Cacalcanti: Steve Hodson

Simone: John Telfer

Physician: Jonathan Adams

Beatrice, aged 9: Anne Semple

Dante, aged 9: Lawrie Drew

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930412]

The Glamour

Dramatised from his own chilling novel by Christopher Priest.

Richard and Susan are haunted by the real presence of an invisible man. As Richard fights to regain his memory after an accident, Susan introduces him to the strangely plausible and intriguing world of "the glamour"...

Director Janet Whitaker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930412]

Novel By: Christopher Priest

Director: Janet Whitaker

Susan: Tilly Vosburgh

Richard: Nathaniel Parker

Niall: Linus Roache

Neighbour: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930419]

Woman at Point Zero

Written by Nawal El Saadawi.

Set in Egypt, this is the story of Firdaus, a woman sentenced to death for killing a man.

Nawal El Saadawi was working as a psychiatrist when she met the woman on whom her novel is based. It is a savage story of power and exploitation, love and betrayal - and of how one woman achieved her own kind of freedom.

Dramatised by Rukshana Ahmed Director Anne Edyvean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930419]

Written By: Nawal El Saadawi.

Unknown: Nawal El Saadawi

Dramatised By: Rukshana Ahmed

Director: Anne Edyvean

Firdaus: Souad Faress

Nawal: Valerie Sarruf

Dr Haadi: Nadim Sawalha

Ibrahim: Raad Rawi

Uncle: Alix Refaie

Bayoumi: Adam Hussein

Slarifa: Aziza Eid

Falheva: Suzanna Nour

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930426]

Floating by Stephen Greenhorn. With

A play about a middle-aged Edinburgh schoolteacher who plans to escape to France, where she wants to paint; her husband's incredulous reaction; and the extreme step he takes.

Director Stewart Conn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930426]

Unknown: Stephen Greenhorn.

Director: Stewart Conn

Margaret: Edith MacArthur

Loma: Lucinda Baillie

Assistant /Nurse: Monica Gibb

Jenny: Pauline Knowles

Ian: David McKail

Paul/Murray: Tom Smith

Charles/Patrick: Ian Briggs

Carol: Wendy Seager

Vale: Robert Trotter

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930503]

Not Just for Christmas by Jonathan Myerson.

Time runs out for women wondering when, or whether, to have children.

With Alison Reid and Michael Onslow Director Jane Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930503]

Unknown: Jonathan Myerson.

Unknown: Alison Reid

Unknown: Michael Onslow

Director: Jane Morgan

lee: Fiona Shaw

Caro: Lesley Manville

Judith: Brenda Blethyn

Abby: Gwen Humble

fred: James Fleet

Saul: Dominic Letts

Michael: Michael Lumsden

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930510]

Grandma and Mrs Chaterjee starring Julie Christie as the Goddess.

In Kitty Fitzgerald's play, Mira and Kathleen are not the kind of 70-year-olds to sit back and watch their world collapse.

Instead, they intervene to bring back the Goddess Culture through the medium of the radio.

Director Kate Rowland

SEE PREVIEW page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930510]

Unknown: Mrs Chaterjee

Unknown: Julie Christie

Director: Kate Rowland

Kathleen Riley: Liz Kelly

Mira Chaterjee: Leena Dhingra

Breda Riley: Chrissie Edge

Ann RUey: Maureen Harold

Phillip: Rod Arthur

The Inspector: Seamus O'Neill

Sergeant: Anthony Cairns

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930517]

The Governor's Consort

In Peter Tinniswood 's play, written especially for Mary Wimbush , Lady

Edith is sailing with her husband to a South

Atlantic island of which he is about to become Governor.

The Band: Michael Haslam ,

Judith Herbert and Kevin Street Director Enyd Williams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930517]

Unknown: Peter Tinniswood

Unknown: Mary Wimbush

Unknown: Michael Haslam

Unknown: Judith Herbert

Director: Enyd Williams

Lady Edith: Mary Wimbush

Sir Wilfred: John Moffatt

Dr Spofforth: Bernard Hepton

Captain Mac Whirler: Stephen Thorne

Delgado: Keith Drinkel

The Chief Engineer: Matthew Morgan

The First Officer: James Telfer

Tarleton: Jonatham Adams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930524]

Jumping the Rug

The silence after Isabel ran away is finally shattered when she returns home to confront her dying mother. In this powerful drama,

Michael Crompton tackles the theme of child abuse.

Pianist Bernard Robertson Director Michael Fox

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930524]

Unknown: Michael Crompton

Pianist: Bernard Robertson

Director: Michael Fox

Isabel: Geraldine Alexander

Ruth: Julia Ford

Mother: Joan Campion

Father: Edward Peel

Clive: Malcolm Raeburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930531]

The Secret Life by Harley Granville Barker. Against a backdrop of political intrigue in the years following the First World War,

Evan Strowde 's love for

Joan Westbury is re-awakened. But should he sacrifice public service for personal happiness?

Pianist Mary Nash

Directed and adapted by Giles Croft (Radio production in association with the Royal National Theatre)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930531]

Unknown: Harley Granville Barker.

Unknown: Evan Strowde

Unknown: Joan Westbury

Pianist: Mary Nash

Adapted By: Giles Croft

Stephen Serocold: Jmes Laurenson

Evan Strowde: Ronald Pickup

Eleanor Strowde: Rowena Cooper

Joan Westbury: Brenda Blethyn

Lady Peckham: Rosemary Martin

Oliver Gauntlett: Jo Stone-Fewings

Mr Kittredge: Manning Redwood

Susan Kittredge: Helen McCrory

Dorothy Gauntlett: Rachel Atkins

Sir Leslie HerioL: John Baddeley

Lord Aumbermere: Barryj Gordon

Sir Geoffrey Salomons: Steve Hodson