Plays Of The Severn

By Peter Roberts, with poetry by Alex Jones.

Three plays charting the course of Britain's longest river through history and landscape.

Episodes

EpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
Comments
01A Magnificent Prospect Of The Works20001205

By Peter Roberts, with poetry by Alex Jones.

Three plays charting the course of Britain's longest river through history and landscape.An artist looking for inspiration clashes with an obsessed inventor at the dawn of the steam age.

With Jane Lapotaire, Stephen Tomlin, Nick Fletcher and Jeffery Dench.

Directed by Peter leslie Wild

01A Magnificent Prospect Of The Works20001205

By Peter Roberts, with poetry by Alex Jones.

Three plays charting the course of Britain's longest river through history and landscape.An artist looking for inspiration clashes with an obsessed inventor at the dawn of the steam age.

With Jane Lapotaire, Stephen Tomlin, Nick Fletcher and Jeffery Dench.

Directed by Peter Leslie Wild

02Just Another Tunnel20001206

Boatman Skiff Morgan respects the river that gives him his livelihood.

But debts tempt him to join the gangs excavating the BRISTOL tunnel.

With Jane Lapotaire, John Duttine, Sion Probert and Lennox Greaves.

Directed by Sue Wilson

02Just Another Tunnel20001206

Boatman Skiff Morgan respects the river that gives him his livelihood.

But debts tempt him to join the gangs excavating the BRISTOL tunnel.

With Jane Lapotaire, John Duttine, Sion Probert and Lennox Greaves.

Directed by Sue Wilson

03 LASTSabrina20001207

To Davey Sabin, the river `Sabrina' is his friend and confidante.

Each year she yields up her elvers into his waiting nets, but will she demand a sacrifice in return? With Jane Lapotaire, James Grout, Shaun Curry and Theresa Gallagher.

Directed by Sue Wilson

03 LASTSabrina20001207

To Davey Sabin, the river `Sabrina' is his friend and confidante.

Each year she yields up her elvers into his waiting nets, but will she demand a sacrifice in return? With Jane Lapotaire, James Grout, Shaun Curry and Theresa Gallagher.

Directed by Sue Wilson