The Red Badge Of Courage

Stephen Crane's classic novel about the American Civil War, dramatised by James Saunders.

Will Henry Fleming, a raw Union recruit, earn his badge of courage (a visible wound) or will he prove a coward? With Matthew Ferguson, Michael Mahonen, Shaun Smyth and Alison Sealy-Smith.

Directed by Martin Jenkins

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The novel by STEPHEN CRANE adapted for radio by H. A. L. CRAIG with Nigel Stock

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CAMERON ANDREW DOWNIE , JON FARRELL

BRIAN O'HIGGINS , MICHAEL PEAKE

CHARLES RICHARDSON , P. G. STEPHENS BRUCE WIGHTMAN , JON ROLLASON MICHAEL TURNER , JOHN HOLLIS HUGH DICKSON , HUGH MANNING DAVID SPENSER , JOHN RYE

KENNETH DIGHT , KEITH WILLIAMS MUSIC by JOHN BUCKLAND conducted by LAWRENCE LEONARD Songs arranged by FREDDIE PHILLIPS and sung by ANDREW DOWNIE and URIEL PORTER Produced by JOHN GIBSON

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Contributors

Novel By: Stephen Crane

Unknown: H. A. L. Craig

Unknown: Cameron Andrew Downie

Unknown: Jon Farrell

Unknown: Brian O'Higgins

Unknown: Michael Peake

Unknown: Charles Richardson

Unknown: P. G. Stephens

Unknown: Bruce Wightman

Unknown: Jon Rollason

Unknown: Michael Turner

Unknown: John Hollis

Unknown: Hugh Dickson

Unknown: Hugh Manning

Unknown: David Spenser

Unknown: John Rye

Unknown: Kenneth Dight

Unknown: Keith Williams

Music By: John Buckland

Conducted By: Lawrence Leonard

Arranged By: Freddie Phillips

Sung By: Andrew Downie

Sung By: Uriel Porter

Produced By: John Gibson

Henry Fleming: Nigel Stock

Braggart Soldier: Kenneth J. Warren

Jim Conklin: Barry Keegan

Lieutenant: John Glen

General: Charles Irwin

Tattered Soldier: Malcolm Hayes

Cheerful Soldier: Tom Duggan

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Stephen Crane's classic novel about the American Civil War, dramatised by James Saunders.

Will Henry Fleming, a raw Union recruit, earn his badge of courage (a visible wound) or will he prove a coward? With Matthew Ferguson, Michael Mahonen, Shaun Smyth and Alison Sealy-Smith.

Directed by Martin Jenkins