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Genome: [r4 Bd=19900929]

Unknown: Sherlock Holmes

Unknown: Conan Doyle

Written By: Peter MacKie.

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Matilda Clover: Susan Mansell

Neill Cream: Peter Harlowe

Watson: Crawford Logan

Sherlock Holmes: William Chubb

Mrs Hudson: Tina Gray

Insp Lestrade: Terry Molloy

PC Billings: Alex Jones

Sgt Woodthorpe: Chris MacDonnell

Jeannie Thompson: Kimberly Hope

Jeremiah Fogg: Roger Hume

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901006]

Written By: Gladys Mitchell.

Adapted By: Elizabeth Proud

Director: Sue Wilson.

Mrs Lestrange Bradley: Mary Wimbush

Carstairs: Leslie Phillips

Bertie: Michael Cochrane

Garde Bing: Philip Sully

Alistair Bing: Garard Green

Eleanor: Rowan Stuart

Dorothy: Teresa Gallagher

Mabel/Pamela: Lois Burgess

Sir Joseph: David King

Insp Boring: Christopher Scott

Ferdinand Lestrange/Doctor: Simon Treves

Parsons: Fraser Kerr

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901013]

Unknown: Curt Zorack

Written By: Michael McStay.

Director: Jane Morgan.

CurtZorack: Peter Vaughan

Insp Coleman: Stephen Thorne

Sgt Astor: Joe Dunlop

Frances Parker: Mary Miller

Matt Matuelson: David King

Henry Field: Michael McStay

Maggie James: Jane Whittenshaw

Sam Farrow: James Greene

James Church: Jonathan Oliver

Robert Mathias: Nigel Carrington

Jack Tarrot: Vincent Brimble

Peter Dobbs: Ben Onwukwe

Jimmy James: Stephen Garlick

Pilot: Nicholas Gilbrook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901020]

Unknown: Greta Scacchi

Unknown: Cordelia Gray.

Unknown: Clarissa Lisle

Dramatised By: Neville Teller

Director: Matthew Walters

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901027]

Unknown: John Buchan

Unknown: David Semphill

Unknown: Piper Robert Wallace

Adapted By: John Scotney

Director: Alec Reid.

David Semphill: Paul Young

James Fordyce: Tom Fleming

Andrew: Lain Cuthbertson

Katrine: Gerda Stevenson

Isobel Veitch: Mary Riggans

Montrose: Crawford Logan

Mark Kerr: Alexander Morton

Muirhead: Robert Trotter

Proudfoot: John Shedden

Caird: Martyn James

Grizel Hawkshaw: Eileen MacAllum

Jean Caird: Rose McBain

Amos Ritchie: Ian Agnew

Pricker: Martin Black

Will: James Twaddale

Ritchie Smail: Ronald Simon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901103]

Unknown: Colleen Bawn

Unknown: Dion Boucicault

Unknown: Squire Corrigan.

Piano: Stephanie Hughes

Violin: Nikki McCormick

Adapted By: Denys Hawthorne

Director: Eoin O'Callaghan

Squire Corrigan: Tp McKenna

Anne Chute: Frances Tomelty

Hardress: Ian McElhinney

Danny: Gerard McSorley

Myles: Conleth Hill

The Colleen Bawn: Heather McLlwaine

Mrs Cregan: Margaret D'Arcy

Father Tom: Louis Rolston

Sheelagh: Sheila McGibbon

Seamus: Maurice O'Callaghan

Kyrie: Patrick Duncan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901110]

Unknown: Brendan Bell

Written By: Alex Ferguson.

Director: Dave Sheasby.

Brendan: Colin MacLachlan

Marian: Eileen George

Gary: John Basham

Chambers: Adrian Stokes

Patterson: Norman Mills

Mrs Parker: Anne Jameson

Sister: Jean Southern

Drummond: Art Davies

Vanessa Johnson: Anne Orwin

Hannah Brady: Val McLane

Fireman: David Begg

Lawrence: Simon Henderson

Nutty: Catherine Stobbart

Spider: Darren Watkin

Brengun: Anthony Morley

Billie Lewthwaite: Christopher Ashton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901117]

Unknown: Herbert Armstrong

Written By: John Peacock.

Pianist: Mary Nash.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Herbert Rowse Armstrong: Michael Kitchen

Katherine Armstrong: Gillian Barge

Constance Davies: Emma Gregory

Emily Pearce: Pauline Letts

Edmund Cheese: Michael Turner

Mary Cheese: Auriol Smith

Pearson: David Burkin

Margaret: Eleanor Hodson

Marion Clasford-Gale: Jenny Howe

Winifred Glasford-Gale: Maxine Audley

Arthur Chevalier: Richard Tate

Inez Rosser: Jane Whittenshaw

Mr Davies: Loan Meredith

Dr Hincks: David Sinclair

Una: Tara Dominick

Oswald Martin: Mark Straker

Alan Preen: Andrew Wincott

Court clerk: Paul Downing

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901124]

Unknown: Peter McKelvey

Director: Michael Fox.

Yvonne: Kelly Hunter

Tim: Colum Convey

Ginette: Danielle Allan

Baxter: Malcolm Raeburn

Dorothy: Daphne Oxenford

InspAzak: Garard Green

Frank: Robert Whelan

Mahmoud: Yusuf Sultan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901201]

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Francis: Steve Hodson

Rose: Janet Dale

Basil: Preston Lockwood

Mel: Christian Rodska

Harry: William Eedle

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901208]

Unknown: Edmund Campion

Written By: Michael Toner.

Director: Peter Kavanagh.

Edmund Campion: Nicholas Farrell

Eliot: Steve Hodson

Ralph Emerson: Angus Wright

Elizabeth I: Maxine Audley

Lord Burghley: Brett Usher

Earl of Leicester: Timothy Bateson

George Gilbert: Ian Lindsay

Fr Parsons/Mr Nowell: James Greene

Mrs Yate: Elizabeth Kelly

Sir Christopher Wray: Michael Turner

Mr Anderson: Nigel Carrington

Whitaker,: Timothy Carlton

Fettiplace: John Joyce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901215]

Unknown: Ian Fleming

Unknown: James Bond

Unknown: Timothy Bateson

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: James Simmons

Directed By: Michael Bakewell.

James Bond: Michael Jayston

Tanaka: Clive Merrison

Handerson: James Laurenson

Kissy: Sayo Inaba

M: David King

Ando: Burt Kwouk

Priest: David Bannerman

Trembling Leaf: Danielle Allen

Molony: Michael Turner

Blofeld: Ronald Herdman

Irma: Maxine Audley

Tracey: Emma Gregory

Kono: Mark Straker

Mariko: Tara Dominick

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901222]

Writer: Charles Dickens

Ebenezer Scrooge: Michael Gough

Narrated: by Freddie Jones.

Music: Elizabeth Parker.

Dramatised By: Chnstopher Denys

Director: Janet Whitaker.

Ghost of Marley: Robert Eddison

Scrooge's nephew: Douglas Hodge

Mrs Dilbur: Anna Wing

Ghost of Christmas Past: Elizabeth Lindsay

Ghost of Christmas Present: Peter Woodthorpe

Bob Cratchit: Danny Schiller

Mrs Cratchit: Vivian Pickles

Mr Fezziuiig: Timothy Bateson

Mrs Fezziuiig: Maxine Audley

Young Scrooge: Andrew Wincott

Dick Wilkins: Terence Edmond

Belle: Joanna Myers

Old joe: Ronald Herdman

Scrooge's niece: Petra Markham

Sister: Emma Gregory

Topper: Timothy Carlton

Schoolmaster: Ian Lindsay

Martha: Danielle Allan

Tiny Tim: Hugo Mendez

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901229]

Unknown: Allan Quatermain

Music: Barrington Pheloung.

Dramatised By: Peter MacKie

Director: Nigel Bryant

Allan Quatermain: Kenneth Colley

Jim ILARIO: Bisi Pedro

Silvestre/George: Neal Foster

Sir Henry Curtis: Christopher Scott

Captain Good: Charles Collingwood

Evans/Da Silvestra: Graham Colclough

Umbopa: Ben Onwukwe

Infadoos: Okon Jones

Gagool: Heather Emmanuel

Twala: Jeffery Kisson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910105]

Handwoven under Water

Roger Davenport 's down-at-heel detective Eddie Hamilton is in action again, hired to protect a Scottish landowner from a series of death threats.

Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Davenport

Unknown: Eddie Hamilton

Director: Matthew Walters.

Eddie Hamilton: Gary Waldhorn

Frank: John Hollis

Maggie: Margaret Courtenay

Sir James: James Greene

Nicholas: Stephen Garlick

Julia: Joanna Myers

Johnston: Fraser Kerr

Insp Patterson: Crawford Logan

Mary: Isobil Nisbet

Freddie: David King

Van Kloos: Timothy Carlton

Lynn: Elizabeth Mansfield

Rory: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910105]

Unknown: Roger Davenport

Unknown: Eddie Hamilton

Director: Matthew Walters.

Eddie Hamilton: Gary Waldhorn

Frank: John Hollis

Maggie: Margaret Courtenay

Sir James: James Greene

Nicholas: Stephen Garlick

Julia: Joanna Myers

Johnston: Fraser Kerr

Insp Patterson: Crawford Logan

Mary: Isobil Nisbet

Freddie: David King

Van Kloos: Timothy Carlton

Lynn: Elizabeth Mansfield

Rory: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910112]

Absolute Discretion

Arthur Vemet , a chemistry student at Oxford in the 1860s, is sent to investigate a mystery surrounding the Earl of Warminster's family. He is soon embroiled in blackmail, murder and the love of a good woman... Written by Grant Eustace.

Director Alec Reid. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Vemet

Written By: Grant Eustace.

Director: Alec Reid.

Arthur Vernet: Ben Daniels

Warminster: Brett Usher

Alice Selwood: Jane Slavin

Edith Gratton: Maxine Audley

Maude Gratton: Elizabeth Kelly

Elaine: Terence Edmond

Buckmaster: Ronald Herdman

Amos Saddler: Michael Turner

Rev Denison: Timothy Carlton

Mrs Denison: Danielle Allen

Mrs Selwood: Auriol Smith

William: Stephen Garlick

Miss Staples: Jane Whittenshaw

Walters: Timothy Bateson

Mitchell: David Bannerman

MrsLamont: Jenny Howe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910112]

Unknown: Arthur Vemet

Written By: Grant Eustace.

Director: Alec Reid.

Arthur Vernet: Ben Daniels

Warminster: Brett Usher

Alice Selwood: Jane Slavin

Edith Gratton: Maxine Audley

Maude Gratton: Elizabeth Kelly

Elaine: Terence Edmond

Buckmaster: Ronald Herdman

Amos Saddler: Michael Turner

Rev Denison: Timothy Carlton

Mrs Denison: Danielle Allen

Mrs Selwood: Auriol Smith

William: Stephen Garlick

Miss Staples: Jane Whittenshaw

Walters: Timothy Bateson

Mitchell: David Bannerman

MrsLamont: Jenny Howe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910119]

The Mansell Conspiracy An unemployed car salesman suddenly finds himself the owner of a luxury flat and a large bank account. What's it all about? A comedy thriller written by Jack Gerson. =

Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Jack Gerson.

Director: Matthew Walters.

Leonard: John Baddeley

Carteret: Timothy Carlton

Cully: Ian Lindsay

Sally: Tara Dominick

Maddingley: William Hope

Simone: Oona Beeson

Cross: James Greene

Berman: Timothy Bateson

Watkins: Ronald Herdman

Paul: David Bannerman

Mrs Brogan/Mrs Mansell: Elizabeth Kelly

Arnott: Mark Straker

French woman: Danielle Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910119]

Written By: Jack Gerson.

Director: Matthew Walters.

Leonard: John Baddeley

Carteret: Timothy Carlton

Cully: Ian Lindsay

Sally: Tara Dominick

Maddingley: William Hope

Simone: Oona Beeson

Cross: James Greene

Berman: Timothy Bateson

Watkins: Ronald Herdman

Paul: David Bannerman

Mrs Brogan/Mrs Mansell: Elizabeth Kelly

Arnott: Mark Straker

French woman: Danielle Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910126]

Jacobowsky and the Colonel

The 1940s Broadway hit by Franz Werfel. as adapted by S N Behrman. An aristocratic Polish colonel needs help to flee to London through occupied France with secret documents and his young French sweetheart. A resourceful Polish Jew provides it in a series of comical encounters.

Music Eldad Lidor.

Adapted and directed by Eran Baniel. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Werfel.

Unknown: N Behrman.

Directed By: Eran Baniel.

Colonel: Jonathan Hyde

Jacobowsky: Jon Glover

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Grstapti man: David Ashford

Szabuniewicz: Timothy Bateson

Warden/Dice player: Vincent Brimble

Solly: Paul Downing

Szyeki: Danny Schiller

Tragic gentleman: Donald Gee

Chauffeur/Old man: John Bull

Lieutenant: David Goudge

Brigadier: John Moffatt

PM/Papa Clairon: David King

Serouille: Garard Green

Old lady/Toun woman: Mary Allen

Young girl: Elizabeth Mansfield

Madame Houffier: Carol Gillies

Cosette: Moir Leslie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910126]

Unknown: Franz Werfel.

Unknown: N Behrman.

Music: Eldad Lidor

Directed By: Eran Baniel.

Colonel: Jonathan Hyde

Jacobowsky: Jon Glover

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Grstapti man: David Ashford

Szabuniewicz: Timothy Bateson

Warden/Dice player: Vincent Brimble

Solly: Paul Downing

Szyeki: Danny Schiller

Tragic gentleman: Donald Gee

Chauffeur/Old man: John Bull

Lieutenant: David Goudge

Brigadier: John Moffatt

PM/Papa Clairon: David King

Serouille: Garard Green

Old lady/Toun woman: Mary Allen

Young girl: Elizabeth Mansfield

Madame Houffier: Carol Gillies

Cosette: Moir Leslie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910202]

February Mourning Solicitor Dee Street deals with family law. Suddenly, one of her clients is charged with manslaughter, and Dee determines to find the real culprit. Her search takes her through the backstreets of Belfast and the labyrinths of the British Secret Service Adapted from the novel by Hannah Wakefield.

With Brigid Erin Bates ,

Brenda Winter , Maureen Dow , Susie Kelly ,

Eileen McClusky , Marie Fox , Ryan Marshall , Petra Markham , Auriol Smith ,

Jane Whittenshaw , Elizabeth Kelly , Emma Gregory ,

Rashiel Karapiet , Danielle Allan , Ian Lindsay and Timothy Carlton.

Music: Neil Martin

Adapted by Judy Holland

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Dee Street

Novel By: Hannah Wakefield.

Unknown: Brigid Erin Bates

Unknown: Brenda Winter

Unknown: Maureen Dow

Unknown: Susie Kelly

Unknown: Eileen McClusky

Unknown: Marie Fox

Unknown: Ryan Marshall

Unknown: Petra Markham

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Jane Whittenshaw

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Rashiel Karapiet

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Timothy Carlton.

Director: Pam Brighton.

Dee: Zoe Wanamaker

Claudine: Cathy Tyson

Theresa: Marie Jones

Ryan: Lalor Roddy

Siobhan: Catherine Brennan

Patrick: Bj Hogg

Susie: Jenny Howe

George Appleby: Angus Wright

Vic Phillips: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910202]

Unknown: Dee Street

Novel By: Hannah Wakefield.

Unknown: Brigid Erin Bates

Unknown: Brenda Winter

Unknown: Maureen Dow

Unknown: Susie Kelly

Unknown: Eileen McClusky

Unknown: Marie Fox

Unknown: Ryan Marshall

Unknown: Petra Markham

Unknown: Auriol Smith

Unknown: Jane Whittenshaw

Unknown: Elizabeth Kelly

Unknown: Emma Gregory

Unknown: Rashiel Karapiet

Unknown: Danielle Allan

Unknown: Ian Lindsay

Unknown: Timothy Carlton.

Music: Neil Martin

Adapted By: Judy Holland

Director: Pam Brighton.

Dee: Zoe Wanamaker

Claudine: Cathy Tyson

Theresa: Marie Jones

Ryan: Lalor Roddy

Siobhan: Catherine Brennan

Patrick: Bj Hogg

Susie: Jenny Howe

George Appleby: Angus Wright

Vic Phillips: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910209]

Christopher and Columbus

An adaptation of the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim. The von Twinkler twins are half German and recently orphaned. They set out for America with some trepidation and find that it's not only the Kaiser's torpedoes that they have to face. Withand

Dramatised by Barbara Clegg and Olwen Wymark

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Novel By: Elizabeth von Arnim.

Dramatised By: Barbara Clegg

Dramatised By: Olwen Wymark

Director: Jane Morgan.

Anna Rose von Twinkler: Jane Whittenshaw

Anna Felicitas von Twinkler: Philippa Ritchie

Edward Twist: William Hope

Mrs Wilson: Gwen Cherrell

Mrs Ridding: Gwen Cherrell

Mrs Anderson: Jo Kendall

Mrs Billon: Jo Kendall

Mrs Twist: Helen Horton

Edith Twist: Jenny Howe

Mr Ridding: Michael Graham Cox

Emmeline Heap: Sheila Reid

John Elliott: Mark Straker

John Elliott: David Goudge

John Elliott: Stephen Garlick

John Elliott: David Bannerman

John Elliott: Michael Kilgarriff

John Elliott: Emma Gregory

John Elliott: Petra Markham

John Elliott: Auriol Smith.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910209]

Novel By: Elizabeth von Arnim.

Dramatised By: Barbara Clegg

Dramatised By: Olwen Wymark

Director: Jane Morgan.

Anna Rose von Twinkler: Jane Whittenshaw

Anna Felicitas von Twinkler: Philippa Ritchie

Edward Twist: William Hope

Mrs Wilson: Gwen Cherrell

Mrs Ridding: Gwen Cherrell

Mrs Anderson: Jo Kendall

Mrs Billon: Jo Kendall

Mrs Twist: Helen Horton

Edith Twist: Jenny Howe

Mr Ridding: Michael Graham Cox

Emmeline Heap: Sheila Reid

John Elliott: Mark Straker

John Elliott: David Goudge

John Elliott: Stephen Garlick

John Elliott: David Bannerman

John Elliott: Michael Kilgarriff

John Elliott: Emma Gregory

John Elliott: Petra Markham

John Elliott: Auriol Smith.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910216]

Market Forces

In Christopher Denys 's new comedy, craftsmanship and pride in good work are taking a hammering from income tax and VAT. But the eponymous Wally is at hand.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Denys

Director: Tony Cliff.

Ches Croft: Geoffrey Banks

Ern Bradshaw: Keith Clifford

Joedegg: Graham Colclough

Dorothy Croft: Lesley Nicol

Wally Clegg: Russell Dixon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910216]

Unknown: Christopher Denys

Director: Tony Cliff.

Ches Croft: Geoffrey Banks

Ern Bradshaw: Keith Clifford

Joedegg: Graham Colclough

Dorothy Croft: Lesley Nicol

Wally Clegg: Russell Dixon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910302]

Miss Peabody's Inheritance

An adaptation of Elizabeth Jolley 's comic novel.

In Diana Hopewell's latest book, an Australian headmistress sets out on a 'grand tour' of Europe with a pupil and two female lovers. But culture is undermined by jealousies and drunken orgies which change the life of the avid reader,

Miss Peabody , for ever.

Adapted by Elizabeth Proud Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Jolley

Reader: Miss Peabody

Adapted By: Elizabeth Proud

Director: Sue Wilson.

Miss Peabody: Auriol Smith

Miss Peabody's mother: Maxine Audley

Diana Hopeuiell: Madi Hedd

Miss 'Prickles' Thorne: Madge Ryan

Mr Frome: Ronald Herdman

Gwenda: Sue Broomfield

Miss Snowdon: Carole Boyd

Miss Edgely: Nicolette McKenzie

Debbie: Emma Gregory

Mrs Brewer: Tina Gray

Mr Bains: Brian Miller

Miss Truscott: Frances Jeater

Frau Eppelseimer: Jenny Howe

Mr Manners: Ian Lindsay

Aeroplane passenger: Malcolm McKee

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910302]

Unknown: Elizabeth Jolley

Reader: Miss Peabody

Adapted By: Elizabeth Proud

Director: Sue Wilson.

Miss Peabody: Auriol Smith

Miss Peabody's mother: Maxine Audley

Diana Hopeuiell: Madi Hedd

Miss 'Prickles' Thorne: Madge Ryan

Mr Frome: Ronald Herdman

Gwenda: Sue Broomfield

Miss Snowdon: Carole Boyd

Miss Edgely: Nicolette McKenzie

Debbie: Emma Gregory

Mrs Brewer: Tina Gray

Mr Bains: Brian Miller

Miss Truscott: Frances Jeater

Frau Eppelseimer: Jenny Howe

Mr Manners: Ian Lindsay

Aeroplane passenger: Malcolm McKee

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910316]

Shuttlecocks and Socialism

Richard Dawson and his family have been active in local politics for two generations, and now the chance has come for a parliamentary nomination. Has the local boy got what it takes? Written by Chris Thompson.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Dawson

Written By: Chris Thompson.

Director: Tony Cliff.

Richard: Russell Dixon

Alison: Noreen Kershaw

Joanne: Victoria Finney

George: Graham Roberts

Martin: Robin Bowerman

Emma: Joan Walker

Mike: John Griffin

Mrs Douglas: Delia Corrie

Bob: Ray Ashcroft

Ronnie: Peter Wheeler

Nicky: Kathry Nhunt

David: David Birrell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910316]

Unknown: Richard Dawson

Written By: Chris Thompson.

Director: Tony Cliff.

Richard: Russell Dixon

Alison: Noreen Kershaw

Joanne: Victoria Finney

George: Graham Roberts

Martin: Robin Bowerman

Emma: Joan Walker

Mike: John Griffin

Mrs Douglas: Delia Corrie

Bob: Ray Ashcroft

Ronnie: Peter Wheeler

Nicky: Kathry Nhunt

David: David Birrell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910323]

Means Test Man

Walter Brierley 's classic story of unemployment in the 30s.

Dramatised by Charles Ryder Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Brierley

Dramatised By: Charles Ryder

Director: Tony Cliff.

Jack: Christian Rodska

Jane: Joan Walker

John: Judy Bennett

Ben: Christopher Wilkinson

Jinks: Malcolm Raeburn

Mrs CooL: Lorraine Peters

Mrs Cullen: Christine Cox

Bus conductor: Keith Clifford

Mr Cook: Gerry Kersey

Club secretary: Richard Cole

Means test man: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910323]

Unknown: Walter Brierley

Dramatised By: Charles Ryder

Director: Tony Cliff.

Jack: Christian Rodska

Jane: Joan Walker

John: Judy Bennett

Ben: Christopher Wilkinson

Jinks: Malcolm Raeburn

Mrs CooL: Lorraine Peters

Mrs Cullen: Christine Cox

Bus conductor: Keith Clifford

Mr Cook: Gerry Kersey

Club secretary: Richard Cole

Means test man: Robin Polley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910330]

The Best of Friends A celebration of the extraordinary friendship between a bookish but worldly 'man of no set creed', a nun of great intelligence, charm and unshakable faith, and a mischievous and irreverent playwright. Written by Hugh Whitemore.

Director John Theocharis. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Hugh Whitemore.

Director: John Theocharis.

Sir Sydney Cockerell: Sir John Gielgud

Dame Laurentia McLachlan: Rosemary Harris

George Bernard Shau': Denys Hawthorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910330]

Written By: Hugh Whitemore.

Director: John Theocharis.

Sir Sydney Cockerell: Sir John Gielgud

Dame Laurentia McLachlan: Rosemary Harris

George Bernard Shau': Denys Hawthorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910406]

Harry Rolt Is Missing Harry is about to make a scientific breakthrough which will be as revolutionary as the discovery of electricity.

But then he disappears... Written by Michael Davies.

Director Alison Hindell. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Rolt

Written By: Michael Davies.

Director: Alison Hindell.

Det Sgt Price: Erica Eirian

Det Supt Haddock: Brinley Jenkins

Stuart Clegg: Ric Jerrom

Maggy Roll: Marie Phillips

Isabella: Kate Uttlewood

Dr Hellmann: Emma Gregory

John Southerland: Dorien Thomas

Charles Lake: Alan Barker

Sir Ian Bowinger: James Greene

Harry Roll: Peter Richards

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910406]

Unknown: Harry Rolt

Written By: Michael Davies.

Director: Alison Hindell.

Det Sgt Price: Erica Eirian

Det Supt Haddock: Brinley Jenkins

Stuart Clegg: Ric Jerrom

Maggy Roll: Marie Phillips

Isabella: Kate Uttlewood

Dr Hellmann: Emma Gregory

John Southerland: Dorien Thomas

Charles Lake: Alan Barker

Sir Ian Bowinger: James Greene

Harry Roll: Peter Richards

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910413]

Still Waters

In Ray Ball 's comedy, Colin has become a passionate canal boat owner, but hasn't quite got over his fear of water.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Ball

Director: Tony Cliff.

Colin: Christopher Godwin

Kalh: Brigit Forsyth

Harnie: Neville Barber

Veronica: Noreen Kershaw

Angie: Natasha Pyne

Brian: Colin Kerrigan

Harry: Malcolm Raeburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910413]

Unknown: Ray Ball

Director: Tony Cliff.

Colin: Christopher Godwin

Kalh: Brigit Forsyth

Harnie: Neville Barber

Veronica: Noreen Kershaw

Angie: Natasha Pyne

Brian: Colin Kerrigan

Harry: Malcolm Raeburn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910420]

Jacobowsky and the Colonel

The 1940's Broadway hit by Franz Werfel , as adapted by S N Behrman. An aristocratic Polish

Colonel needs help to flee to London through occupied France with secret documents and his young French sweetheart. A resourceful Polish Jew provides it in a series of comical encounters.

Music by Eldad Lidor

Adapted and directed by Eran Baniel. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Werfel

Unknown: N Behrman.

Directed By: Eran Baniel.

The Colonel: Jonathan Hyde

Jacobowsky: Jon Glover

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Gestapo man: David Ashford

Szabuniewia: Timothy Bateson

Warden: Vincent Brimble

Dice player: Vincent Brimble

Solly: Paul Downing

Szycki: Danny Schiller

Tragic gentleman: Donald Gee

Chauffeur: John Bull

Old man: John Bull

Lieutenant: David Goudge

Brigadier: John Moffatt

PM/Papa Clairon: David King

Serouille: Garard Green

Old lady: Mary Allen

Town woman: Mary Allen

Young girl: Elizabeth Mansfield

Madame Bouffier: Carol Gillies

Cosette: Moir Leslie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910420]

Unknown: Franz Werfel

Unknown: N Behrman.

Music By: Eldad Lidor

Directed By: Eran Baniel.

The Colonel: Jonathan Hyde

Jacobowsky: Jon Glover

Marianne: Abigail McKern

Gestapo man: David Ashford

Szabuniewia: Timothy Bateson

Warden: Vincent Brimble

Dice player: Vincent Brimble

Solly: Paul Downing

Szycki: Danny Schiller

Tragic gentleman: Donald Gee

Chauffeur: John Bull

Old man: John Bull

Lieutenant: David Goudge

Brigadier: John Moffatt

PM/Papa Clairon: David King

Serouille: Garard Green

Old lady: Mary Allen

Town woman: Mary Allen

Young girl: Elizabeth Mansfield

Madame Bouffier: Carol Gillies

Cosette: Moir Leslie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427]

A Madman of Convenience

The true story of a young surgeon committed in 1823 to Bedlam, accused of the attempted assassination of George IV. But he never had a trial; not only might he have been innocent, he might not have been mad. Written by Terry James.

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Terry James.

Director: Janet Whitaker.

David Griffiths: Jack Klaff

Richenda Clifford: Samantha Bond

Sir David Scott: John Shrapnel

John Jenkins, MP: Colin Jeavons

Barnaby Fairbanks: Timothy Bateson

Lady Walton: Maxine Audley

Mrs Musgrave: Elizabeth Kelly

Colbatch: Norman Jones

Committee chairman: Timothy Carlton

Priest: James Greene

Keeper Samson: Ronald Herdman

Trangmar: Ian Lindsay

Newnham: James Simmons

Dainbridge: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427]

Written By: Terry James.

Director: Janet Whitaker.

David Griffiths: Jack Klaff

Richenda Clifford: Samantha Bond

Sir David Scott: John Shrapnel

John Jenkins, MP: Colin Jeavons

Barnaby Fairbanks: Timothy Bateson

Lady Walton: Maxine Audley

Mrs Musgrave: Elizabeth Kelly

Colbatch: Norman Jones

Committee chairman: Timothy Carlton

Priest: James Greene

Keeper Samson: Ronald Herdman

Trangmar: Ian Lindsay

Newnham: James Simmons

Dainbridge: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910511]

The Culper Tapes In the early 60s

Felix Culper , a Third Programme producer, attended an ecumenical conference of Christians, Jews and Moslems in Israel. He recorded some startling information about the end of the world, but the programme was never made. In the 90s,

Clare Cassidy , a young features producer, discovers the tapes and is determined to make the programme. Written by Bruce Stewart.

With Simon Treves and Danielle Allan.

Music: Richard Connolly. Singer: Margaret Small. Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Culper

Unknown: Clare Cassidy

Written By: Bruce Stewart.

Unknown: Simon Treves

Unknown: Danielle Allan.

Singer: Richard Connolly.

Singer: Margaret Small.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Clare: Imogen Stubbs

Culper: Bill Wallis

Gwenda: Juua Hills

Giles: Bruce Stewart

Sister Hedwig: Phyllida Nash

Rabbi Ornstein: Clive Swift

Fr Wilfred: Peter Copley

Prof Townley,: Bradley Lavelle

Miss Gopal: Shireen Shah

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Unknown: Felix Culper

Unknown: Clare Cassidy

Written By: Bruce Stewart.

Unknown: Simon Treves

Unknown: Danielle Allan.

Singer: Richard Connolly.

Singer: Margaret Small.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Clare: Imogen Stubbs

Culper: Bill Wallis

Gwenda: Juua Hills

Giles: Bruce Stewart

Sister Hedwig: Phyllida Nash

Rabbi Ornstein: Clive Swift

Fr Wilfred: Peter Copley

Prof Townley,: Bradley Lavelle

Miss Gopal: Shireen Shah

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910518]

By Royal Appointment John Wyke 's concluding drama in his Hanoverian Trilogy.

A young Welsh soldier crosses the rigid barriers of rank and class - and pays a heavy penalty.

Director Enyd Williams. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Wyke

Director: Enyd Williams.

Capt Charles Jones: Ioan Meredith

Angharad (his sister): Eluned Jones

Duke of Cumberland: John Rye

Prince of Wales: Roger Hammond

Princess Sophia: Danielle Allan

Colonel Stevenson: Ian Lindsay

Queen Charlotte: Elizabeth Kelly

Princess Frederika: Jenny Howe

Sir Henry Halford: James Greene

Lady Hertford: Joanna Myers

PM: Timothy Carlton

Sgt Creighton: Nigel Carrington

Mrs Neale: Jane Whittenshaw

Ned Gardner: James Simmons

Riding master: Andrew Wincott

Coroner: Timothy Bateson

Foreman ofthe jury: Norman Jones

Beadle: Terence Edmond

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Unknown: John Wyke

Director: Enyd Williams.

Capt Charles Jones: Ioan Meredith

Angharad (his sister): Eluned Jones

Duke of Cumberland: John Rye

Prince of Wales: Roger Hammond

Princess Sophia: Danielle Allan

Colonel Stevenson: Ian Lindsay

Queen Charlotte: Elizabeth Kelly

Princess Frederika: Jenny Howe

Sir Henry Halford: James Greene

Lady Hertford: Joanna Myers

PM: Timothy Carlton

Sgt Creighton: Nigel Carrington

Mrs Neale: Jane Whittenshaw

Ned Gardner: James Simmons

Riding master: Andrew Wincott

Coroner: Timothy Bateson

Foreman ofthe jury: Norman Jones

Beadle: Terence Edmond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910601]

Derby Day

Bill Naughton 's new two-part play creates an evocative picture of Bolton on Derby Day, 1921.

1: Off to a Flying Start

With the children of Bolton School. Mouth organ and fiddle: Mark Emerson.

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Naughton

Unknown: Mark Emerson.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Sidney Sedwin: Barrie Rutter

Fanny Brighouse: Stephanie Turner

Ned Whittle: Bryan Pringle

Maggie Whittle: Polly James

Win Whittle: Emma Gregory

Adam Whittle: Susan Sheridan

Jack Haruiood: Jeff Rawle

Polly Harwood: Carol Starks

Lizzie Sedwin: Shirley Dixon

Jimmy SedWin: Stephen Garlick

Sarah Kippax: Freda Dowie

Beatty Kippax: Jane Whittenshaw

Albert Kippax: Mark Straker

Benny Baxte: Nigel Carrington

Amy Baxter: Sara Richardson

Joney: Terence Edmond

Mrs Satterthwaite: Elizabeth Kelly

Bob, the knocker-up: Timothy Bateson

Det Hawkins: Ronald Herdman

Commentator/Det Rice: Stephen Thorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910601]

Unknown: Bill Naughton

Unknown: Mark Emerson.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Sidney Sedwin: Barrie Rutter

Fanny Brighouse: Stephanie Turner

Ned Whittle: Bryan Pringle

Maggie Whittle: Polly James

Win Whittle: Emma Gregory

Adam Whittle: Susan Sheridan

Jack Haruiood: Jeff Rawle

Polly Harwood: Carol Starks

Lizzie Sedwin: Shirley Dixon

Jimmy SedWin: Stephen Garlick

Sarah Kippax: Freda Dowie

Beatty Kippax: Jane Whittenshaw

Albert Kippax: Mark Straker

Benny Baxte: Nigel Carrington

Amy Baxter: Sara Richardson

Joney: Terence Edmond

Mrs Satterthwaite: Elizabeth Kelly

Bob, the knocker-up: Timothy Bateson

Det Hawkins: Ronald Herdman

Commentator/Det Rice: Stephen Thorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910608]

Derby Day

The second episode of Bill Naughton 's two-part play, in which the people of Cotton Street, Bolton, wait to find out the winner of the Derby in 1921-did Steve Donaghue make Maggie's dream come true? The Final Finish

With the children of Bolton School. Accordion and fiddle: Mark Emerson.

Piano: Errolyn Wallen.

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Naughton

Unknown: Steve Donaghue

Accordion: Bolton School.

Piano: Mark Emerson.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Sidney Sedwin: Barrie Rutter

Fanny Brighouse: Stephanie Turner

Jack Harwood: Jeff Rawle

Polly Harwood: Carol Starks

Maggie Whittle: Polly James

Ned Whittle: Bryan Pringle

Win Whittle: Emma Gregory

Adam Whittle: Susan Sheridan

Lizzie Sedwin: Shirley Dixon

Jimmy Sedwin: Stephen Garlick

Amy Baxter: Sara Richardson

Benny Baxter: Nigel Carrington

Auntie Flo: Barbara Atkinson

Sarah Kippax: Freda Dowie

Beatty Kippax: Jane Whittenshaw

Albert Kippax: Mark Straker

Joney: Terence Edmond

Mrs Satterthwaite: Elizabeth Kelly

Miss Satterthwaite: Jenny Howe

Pawnbroker: Timothy Bateson

Det Hawkins: Ronald Herdman

Commentator/Det Rice: Stephen Thorne

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Unknown: Bill Naughton

Unknown: Steve Donaghue

Accordion: Bolton School.

Piano: Mark Emerson.

Piano: Errolyn Wallen.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Sidney Sedwin: Barrie Rutter

Fanny Brighouse: Stephanie Turner

Jack Harwood: Jeff Rawle

Polly Harwood: Carol Starks

Maggie Whittle: Polly James

Ned Whittle: Bryan Pringle

Win Whittle: Emma Gregory

Adam Whittle: Susan Sheridan

Lizzie Sedwin: Shirley Dixon

Jimmy Sedwin: Stephen Garlick

Amy Baxter: Sara Richardson

Benny Baxter: Nigel Carrington

Auntie Flo: Barbara Atkinson

Sarah Kippax: Freda Dowie

Beatty Kippax: Jane Whittenshaw

Albert Kippax: Mark Straker

Joney: Terence Edmond

Mrs Satterthwaite: Elizabeth Kelly

Miss Satterthwaite: Jenny Howe

Pawnbroker: Timothy Bateson

Det Hawkins: Ronald Herdman

Commentator/Det Rice: Stephen Thorne

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910615]

A Day by the Sea

The loves, hopes and fears of a Dorsetshire family are brought together and revealed over a few short hours in the course of a day by the sea.

Written by N C Hunter. With Wendy Hiller and Michael Hordem.

Adapted by Mollie Greenhaigh Director Graham Gauld. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Hiller

Unknown: Michael Hordem.

Adapted By: Mollie Greenhaigh

Director: Graham Gauld.

Laura Anson: Wendy Hiller

Dr Farley: Michael Hordern

Frances Farrar: Barbara Leigh Hunt

Julian Anson: Richard Pasco

David Anson: Alan Wheatley

Miss Malhieson: Elizabeth Kelly

William Gregson: Ronald Herdman

Humphrey Caldwell: Fraser Kerr

Elinor: Jane Whittenshaw

Toby: Danielle Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910615]

Unknown: Wendy Hiller

Unknown: Michael Hordem.

Adapted By: Mollie Greenhaigh

Director: Graham Gauld.

Laura Anson: Wendy Hiller

Dr Farley: Michael Hordern

Frances Farrar: Barbara Leigh Hunt

Julian Anson: Richard Pasco

David Anson: Alan Wheatley

Miss Malhieson: Elizabeth Kelly

William Gregson: Ronald Herdman

Humphrey Caldwell: Fraser Kerr

Elinor: Jane Whittenshaw

Toby: Danielle Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910629]

The Petition

As a tribute to the late

Peggy Ashcroft who died earlier this month, another chance to hear Brian Clark 's stage play, which was originally written for and dedicated to the actress. Her co-star is John Mills. At breakfast in their Belgravia apartment General

Sir Edmund Miles sees 50 years of married life in a new light when Lady Elizabeth reveals her true hatred of the horrors of war. Director Glyn Dearman Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft

Unknown: Brian Clark

Unknown: Sir Edmund Miles

Director: Glyn Dearman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910629]

Unknown: Peggy Ashcroft

Unknown: Brian Clark

Unknown: Sir Edmund Miles

Director: Glyn Dearman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910706]

Golfing in Russia

Thomas McLaughlin tells the story of Stephen, a bored assistant manager of a Belfast off-licence, who persuades the Russians that he's a famous golfer and is invited to Moscow, with comic results.

Director Pam Brighton. Stereo

Contributors

Director: Pam Brighton.

Stephen: B J Hogg

Natasha: Eileen McCluskey

: Ivan Tomhickey

Roisin: Catherine Brennan

Danny: Lalor Roddy

Alexis: Thomas McLaughlin

Mother: Barbara Adair

Litovchenko: Neil Cusack

Dimitri: Marc O'Shea

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910706]

Director: Pam Brighton.

Stephen: B J Hogg

Natasha: Eileen McCluskey

: Ivan Tomhickey

Roisin: Catherine Brennan

Danny: Lalor Roddy

Alexis: Thomas McLaughlin

Mother: Barbara Adair

Litovchenko: Neil Cusack

Dimitri: Marc O'Shea

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910713]

Last Call

A trawler is heading for almost certain disaster. The crew are given the chance to say goodbye to families and loved ones. Written by Geraldine McCaughrean.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Geraldine McCaughrean.

Director: Tony Cliff.

Skipper: David Calder

Bedells: John Graham Davies

Sparks: Neale McGrath

Sally: Nita Gale

White Horse: Robin Polley

Allan: Mark Spalding

Thomas: David Williams

Paul/Priest: Paul Downing

Milosch: Malcolm Raeburn

Cathal: Martin Buchan

Harry: Edward Peel

Ruth: Barbara Marten

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910713]

Written By: Geraldine McCaughrean.

Director: Tony Cliff.

Skipper: David Calder

Bedells: John Graham Davies

Sparks: Neale McGrath

Sally: Nita Gale

White Horse: Robin Polley

Allan: Mark Spalding

Thomas: David Williams

Paul/Priest: Paul Downing

Milosch: Malcolm Raeburn

Cathal: Martin Buchan

Harry: Edward Peel

Ruth: Barbara Marten

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910720]

The Hunter and the Hill The life of Robert Louis Stevenson, based on his own words and those of his mother and his wife.

Tom Wright 's play follows the distinguished writer from middle-class

Edinburgh to the middle of America; from the wynds and vennels of Edinburgh's old town to the politics of Samoa; from studying engineering to becoming one of the great names in world literature...

Director Hamish Wilson

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Louis

Unknown: Tom Wright

Director: Hamish Wilson

Robert Louis Stevenson: Paul Young

Mrs Stevenson: Colette O'Neil

Fanny: Diana Olsson

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Unknown: Robert Louis

Unknown: Tom Wright

Director: Hamish Wilson

Robert Louis Stevenson: Paul Young

Mrs Stevenson: Colette O'Neil

Fanny: Diana Olsson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910727]

Scattering Day

Two young Irish singers meet: Aidan is part of the folk-rock revival and Joe is a traditional singer from Sligo. There's friendship and respect, until their careers and affections diverge. Written by Patrick Carroll.

Guitarist Alan Cooke.

Music Arty McGlynn, Cathal Hayden and Donna Hewson. Director Pam Brighton

Contributors

Written By: Patrick Carroll.

Unknown: Cathal Hayden

Unknown: Donna Hewson.

Director: Pam Brighton

Aidan: Adrian Dunbar

Joe: John Keegan

Maurice: Tony Doyle

Nandy: Gerard McSorley

Patsey: Sean Rocks

Annie: Jane Whittenshaw

Colin: Eric Allen

Davidge: Alan Barker

Dr Booth: David Bannerman

Megan: Joanna Myers

The Compere: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910727]

Written By: Patrick Carroll.

Guitarist: Alan Cooke.

Unknown: Cathal Hayden

Unknown: Donna Hewson.

Director: Pam Brighton

Aidan: Adrian Dunbar

Joe: John Keegan

Maurice: Tony Doyle

Nandy: Gerard McSorley

Patsey: Sean Rocks

Annie: Jane Whittenshaw

Colin: Eric Allen

Davidge: Alan Barker

Dr Booth: David Bannerman

Megan: Joanna Myers

The Compere: Richard Pearce

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910803]

Plain Facts in a Country Dress

In a Cotswold village two stories of innocence versus corruption are interwoven - one set 160 years ago and the other today.

Written by R E T Lamb.

Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Contributors

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Ted: Richard Pearce

Mary: Susie Brann

Will: Brendan Charleson

Tom: Dominic Taylor

Bob: Mark Straker

Ezra: Anthony Jackson

Rector: Paul Nicholson

Sir Edmund: Peter Copley

Chapman: William Eedle

Roberts: Nigel Carrington

Benning: Ian Lindsay

Curlidge: Andrew Hilton

Carol: Phyllida Nash

Downing: Eric Allan

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Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Ted: Richard Pearce

Mary: Susie Brann

Will: Brendan Charleson

Tom: Dominic Taylor

Bob: Mark Straker

Ezra: Anthony Jackson

Rector: Paul Nicholson

Sir Edmund: Peter Copley

Chapman: William Eedle

Roberts: Nigel Carrington

Benning: Ian Lindsay

Curlidge: Andrew Hilton

Carol: Phyllida Nash

Downing: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910810]

Bertie and the Seven Bodies

Peter Lovesey 's unusual detective, the Prince of Wales, finds his life endangered at a party.

Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Lovesey

Dramatised By: Geoffrey M Matthews

Director: Matthew Walters.

Bertie: Robert Lang

Alix: Marcia King

Isabella: Susannah Fellows

Amelia: Joan Moon

Queenie: Siriol Jenkins

Jerry: Timothy Carlton

Rev Paget: Terrence Edmond

Holdfast: Norman Jones

Moira: Auriol Smith

Wilfred: Alan Barker

Marcus: Kim Wall

Claude: Nigel Carrington

Sweeney: James Greene

Colwell: Fraser Kerr

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Unknown: Peter Lovesey

Dramatised By: Geoffrey M Matthews

Director: Matthew Walters.

Bertie: Robert Lang

Alix: Marcia King

Isabella: Susannah Fellows

Amelia: Joan Moon

Queenie: Siriol Jenkins

Jerry: Timothy Carlton

Rev Paget: Terrence Edmond

Holdfast: Norman Jones

Moira: Auriol Smith

Wilfred: Alan Barker

Marcus: Kim Wall

Claude: Nigel Carrington

Sweeney: James Greene

Colwell: Fraser Kerr

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910817]

Whoresheugh

David Bean 's comedy turns to drama when a man retreating to the peace of the Borders finds dark forces beneath the surface calm.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Bean

Director: Tony Cliff.

Chater: David Brierley

Old Stoddart: John Jardine

Cloud: Kathryn Hunt

Meg: Joyce Gibbs

Tom: John Branwell

Harry: Robin Polley

Dick: Laurence Kenny

McGivern: Malcolm Raeburn

Alec Stoddart: John Graham Davies

MrProbert: Geoffrey Banks

Nixon: Ronald Herdman

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Unknown: David Bean

Director: Tony Cliff.

Chater: David Brierley

Old Stoddart: John Jardine

Cloud: Kathryn Hunt

Meg: Joyce Gibbs

Tom: John Branwell

Harry: Robin Polley

Dick: Laurence Kenny

McGivern: Malcolm Raeburn

Alec Stoddart: John Graham Davies

MrProbert: Geoffrey Banks

Nixon: Ronald Herdman

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Charlie Muffin

Brian Freemantle 's anti-hero is a survivor. He needs to be - his own department is out to get him and so is the KGB. But Charlie is determined to come out of it alive and rich.

Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters

Stereo (Sequel: Clap Hands. Here Comes Charlie', tomorrow 2.30pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Muffin

Unknown: Brian Freemantle

Dramatised By: Geoffrey M Matthews

Director: Matthew Walters

Charlie: Philip Jackson

Kalenin: Sandor Eles

Willoughby: Peter Howell

Gunther: David Learner

Snare: Andrew Branch

Harrison: Stephen Rashbrook

Alexei Berenkov: Peter Woodthorpe

Janet: Marcia King

Wilberforce: Manning Wilson

Cuthbertson: Barrie Cookson

Ruttgers: Don Fellows

Keys: John Church

Braylty: Richard Durden

Edith: Jennifer Piercey

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910824]

Unknown: Charlie Muffin

Unknown: Brian Freemantle

Dramatised By: Geoffrey M Matthews

Director: Matthew Walters

Charlie: Philip Jackson

Kalenin: Sandor Eles

Willoughby: Peter Howell

Gunther: David Learner

Snare: Andrew Branch

Harrison: Stephen Rashbrook

Alexei Berenkov: Peter Woodthorpe

Janet: Marcia King

Wilberforce: Manning Wilson

Cuthbertson: Barrie Cookson

Ruttgers: Don Fellows

Keys: John Church

Braylty: Richard Durden

Edith: Jennifer Piercey

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910831]

Sort of a Hero

A thriller by Eric Pringle set against the exciting test of endurance known as the Bob Graham Round of the Fells. Physical and mental stamina are pushed to the limits as Jeffery Cotterell retraces his dead brother's attempt on the 42 mountains of the Lake District. Was

Edward Cotterell 's death an accident or something more sinister?

Director Kay Patrick. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Pringle

Unknown: Bob Graham

Unknown: Jeffery Cotterell

Unknown: Lake District.

Unknown: Edward Cotterell

Director: Kay Patrick.

Jeffery: Christian Rodska

Edward: John McCardle

Gilbert: Martin Reeve

Wendy: Diane Whitley

Vicky/Agatha: Sue Jenkins

John: Keith Ladd

Robert: John Branwell

Stan: Tom Bowles

Walter: John Basham

childJeffery: Karl Anthony Bonworth

child as Edward: Michael Turner

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Unknown: Eric Pringle

Unknown: Bob Graham

Unknown: Jeffery Cotterell

Unknown: Lake District.

Unknown: Edward Cotterell

Director: Kay Patrick.

Jeffery: Christian Rodska

Edward: John McCardle

Gilbert: Martin Reeve

Wendy: Diane Whitley

Vicky/Agatha: Sue Jenkins

John: Keith Ladd

Robert: John Branwell

Stan: Tom Bowles

Walter: John Basham

childJeffery: Karl Anthony Bonworth

child as Edward: Michael Turner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910907]

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 (Postponed from 5 August)

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

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910907]

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=19910921]

A Portrait of Elmbury A celebration of life in an English market town between the two world wars. Adapted from the Brensham Trilogy novels by John Moore.

Children: David Palmer ,

Thomas Davies , Christopher Taylor , Alison Morgan , Rose Panter and Lucy Fisher. Music Simon Walter.

Dramatised by David Goodland Director Pat Trueman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Moore.

Unknown: David Palmer

Unknown: Thomas Davies

Unknown: Christopher Taylor

Unknown: Alison Morgan

Unknown: Rose Panter

Unknown: Lucy Fisher.

Music: Simon Walter.

Dramatised By: David Goodland

Director: Pat Trueman.

William Hart: David Beames

Colonel: Willoughby Gray

BardolphlGen Bouverie: Lennox Greaves

PistollMr Rendcombe: Simon Walter

Nym/MrBowles: Robert Locke

Miss Benedict: Maureen Flynn

MrCkorlton: Rob Swinton

John Moore: Kim Durham

Pheemy: Julia Winwood

Narrator/Mr Jeffs: David Goodland

Bertram Jeffs: Ian Russell

Ernest Jeffs: Nicholas Moseley

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Unknown: John Moore.

Unknown: David Palmer

Unknown: Thomas Davies

Unknown: Christopher Taylor

Unknown: Alison Morgan

Unknown: Rose Panter

Unknown: Lucy Fisher.

Music: Simon Walter.

Dramatised By: David Goodland

Director: Pat Trueman.

William Hart: David Beames

Colonel: Willoughby Gray

BardolphlGen Bouverie: Lennox Greaves

PistollMr Rendcombe: Simon Walter

Nym/MrBowles: Robert Locke

Miss Benedict: Maureen Flynn

MrCkorlton: Rob Swinton

John Moore: Kim Durham

Pheemy: Julia Winwood

Narrator/Mr Jeffs: David Goodland

Bertram Jeffs: Ian Russell

Ernest Jeffs: Nicholas Moseley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910928]

The Other Side of the Hill Two linked plays by Peter Luke , based on his novel, which follow the Duke of Wellington and the men and women of his Peninsular campaign between 1808 and 1813. 1: It's a Long Way from Talavera

Music by Tom Eastwood , performed by Paul Archibald , Richard Benjafield , Adrian Brett , Charles Dickie ,

Bill Worrell and Simon Wynberg. Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo (Part 2 tomorrow at 2.30pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Luke

Music By: Tom Eastwood

Unknown: Paul Archibald

Unknown: Richard Benjafield

Unknown: Adrian Brett

Unknown: Charles Dickie

Unknown: Bill Worrell

Unknown: Simon Wynberg.

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Wellington: Michael Pennington

Maj Napier: John Moffatt

Capt Harry Smith....: Dominic Rickhards

Juanita: Siriol Jenkins

Julian Sanchez: Philip Suily

Madre Soledad: June Tobin

Goya: David March

Maj Somerset: Christopher Good

Capt Gordon: David Bannerman

Cpl Prickett: Ronald Herdman

Rifleman Doubleday: Clarence Smith

Rifleman Jackman: Mark Straker

Capt Freer.: Mark Straker

Rifleman Palmer: Neil Roberts

Miguelin: Neil Roberts

Rifleman West: Eric Allan

Capt Kincaid: Terence Edmond

Capt Soula: Alan Barker

Lt Cardo: Alan Barker

Capt Gronow: Alan Barker

Gen Craufurd: Brett Usher

Gen Menacho: Brett Usher

Gen Skerrett: Brett Usher

Col Ponsonby: Brett Usher

Surtees: Brett Usher

Lt O'Malley: Andrew Wincott

Capt Costello: Andrew Wincott

Jenny Cohrane: Susan Sheridan

Gen Packenham: Colin McFarlane /

Gen Vandeleur: Colin McFarlane

Ono.: Colin McFarlane

Victoria: Emma Fielding

Fanny: Emma Fielding

Lady Wellington: Melanie Hudson

Harriette Wilson: Melanie Hudson

Sister Rosario: Theresa Streatfeild

Fanny: Theresa Streatfeild

Gen Scovell: Charles Millham

Orellana: Charles Millham

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Unknown: Peter Luke

Music By: Tom Eastwood

Unknown: Paul Archibald

Unknown: Richard Benjafield

Unknown: Adrian Brett

Unknown: Charles Dickie

Unknown: Bill Worrell

Unknown: Simon Wynberg.

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Wellington: Michael Pennington

Maj Napier: John Moffatt

Capt Harry Smith....: Dominic Rickhards

Juanita: Siriol Jenkins

Julian Sanchez: Philip Suily

Madre Soledad: June Tobin

Goya: David March

Maj Somerset: Christopher Good

Capt Gordon: David Bannerman

Cpl Prickett: Ronald Herdman

Rifleman Doubleday: Clarence Smith

Rifleman Jackman: Mark Straker

Capt Freer.: Mark Straker

Rifleman Palmer: Neil Roberts

Miguelin: Neil Roberts

Rifleman West: Eric Allan

Capt Kincaid: Terence Edmond

Capt Soula: Alan Barker

Lt Cardo: Alan Barker

Capt Gronow: Alan Barker

Gen Craufurd: Brett Usher

Gen Menacho: Brett Usher

Gen Skerrett: Brett Usher

Col Ponsonby: Brett Usher

Surtees: Brett Usher

Lt O'Malley: Andrew Wincott

Capt Costello: Andrew Wincott

Jenny Cohrane: Susan Sheridan

Gen Packenham: Colin McFarlane /

Gen Vandeleur: Colin McFarlane

Ono.: Colin McFarlane

Victoria: Emma Fielding

Fanny: Emma Fielding

Lady Wellington: Melanie Hudson

Harriette Wilson: Melanie Hudson

Sister Rosario: Theresa Streatfeild

Fanny: Theresa Streatfeild

Gen Scovell: Charles Millham

Orellana: Charles Millham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911005]

Arcady

Amid the frenzy of gathering new wealth in the 1980s, Malcolm and Liz also acquire a vast, old house infested with strange sounds and voices.

Written by Guy Meredith.

Withjames Simmons ,

Jenny Howe , Brett Usher and Adjoa Andoh.

Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Guy Meredith.

Unknown: Withjames Simmons

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Brett Usher

Unknown: Adjoa Andoh.

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Liz: Harriet Walter

Malcolm: Michael Kitchen

Karen: Jan Winters

Nick: Ben Onwukwe

Paul: Angus Wright

Security guard/Billy: Terence Edmond

Curate: James Greene

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Written By: Guy Meredith.

Unknown: Withjames Simmons

Unknown: Jenny Howe

Unknown: Brett Usher

Unknown: Adjoa Andoh.

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Liz: Harriet Walter

Malcolm: Michael Kitchen

Karen: Jan Winters

Nick: Ben Onwukwe

Paul: Angus Wright

Security guard/Billy: Terence Edmond

Curate: James Greene

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911012]

Settling with the Indians The first English settlement in Virginia is the scene for Mick Mangan 's powerful story of Ben Mellors , a man appalled by the colonial mentality around him. His friendship with the captive princess Pocahontas finally forces him to defect to the Indians, a move which has tragic consequences.

Director Dave Sheasby. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Mangan

Unknown: Ben Mellors

Director: Dave Sheasby.

Ben Mellors: Mark Spalding

Sam Hall: John Basham

Opecancanough: Dominic Hingorani

Pocahontas: Eileen George

Jailer: Norman Mills

Councillor: Norman Mills

Minister: Robin Polley

Second guard: Robin Polley

Dale: Chris Wilkinson

First guard: Chris Wilkinson

Woman prisoner: Elizabeth Osborne

Jenny: Brenda Elder

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Unknown: Mick Mangan

Unknown: Ben Mellors

Director: Dave Sheasby.

Ben Mellors: Mark Spalding

Sam Hall: John Basham

Opecancanough: Dominic Hingorani

Pocahontas: Eileen George

Jailer: Norman Mills

Councillor: Norman Mills

Minister: Robin Polley

Second guard: Robin Polley

Dale: Chris Wilkinson

First guard: Chris Wilkinson

Woman prisoner: Elizabeth Osborne

Jenny: Brenda Elder

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

Lavender Song

It's 1919, but for three young ex-officers it's not so easy to escape from the war. They live together in an isolated cottage, cared for by two attendants, and no one is allowed to visit.

Written by Patricia Wood.

Music Stephen Warbeck. Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Patricia Wood.

Music: Stephen Warbeck.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Jimmy: Barnes Billnighy

David Hunter: Andrew Wincott

'Boy' Dawson: Charles Simpson

Major John Dawson: Colin McFarlane

TomDrew: Stephen Tompkinson

Sylvia: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

Written By: Patricia Wood.

Music: Stephen Warbeck.

Director: Jane Morgan.

Jimmy: Barnes Billnighy

David Hunter: Andrew Wincott

'Boy' Dawson: Charles Simpson

Major John Dawson: Colin McFarlane

TomDrew: Stephen Tompkinson

Sylvia: Jane Whittenshaw

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

The Happiest Days of Your Life

John Dighton's classic farce. Every schoolboy knows that the last time peace broke out in England was in 1945. Not so many perhaps know about the war that broke out soon afterwards in the wilds of Hampshire, except of course those lucky enough to be at

Hilary Hall School for Boys. Hilary Hall SchoolforBoys

Adapted by Giles Cooper

Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Hall

Director: Ian Cotterell.

Mr Pond: Roger Hammond

Mr Billings: Phiup Voss

Mr Tassell: Goroon Dulieu

Hopcroft Mi: Adam Godley

Rainbow: Fred Bryant

MrSowter: Brian Haines

MrsSowter: Eva Stuart

St Swith in 's School for Girls Miss Whitchurch: Margotboyd

MissGossage: Hilda Kriseman

Miss Harper: Josie Kidd

Barbara Cahoun: Tammy Ustinov

RevPeck: Godfrey Kenton

Mrs Peck: Petra Davies

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

Unknown: Hilary Hall

Adapted By: Giles Cooper

Director: Ian Cotterell.

Mr Pond: Roger Hammond

Mr Billings: Phiup Voss

Mr Tassell: Goroon Dulieu

Hopcroft Mi: Adam Godley

Rainbow: Fred Bryant

MrSowter: Brian Haines

MrsSowter: Eva Stuart

St Swith in 's School for Girls Miss Whitchurch: Margotboyd

MissGossage: Hilda Kriseman

Miss Harper: Josie Kidd

Barbara Cahoun: Tammy Ustinov

RevPeck: Godfrey Kenton

Mrs Peck: Petra Davies

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

Black Bartlemy's Treasure

Jeffery Farad 's swashbuckling novel of pirates, vengeance, love and death set in England and on a desert island.

Dramatised by Michael Bartlett DirectorGlyn Dearman. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffery Farad

Dramatised By: Michael Bartlett

Dramatised By: Directorglyn Dearman.

MartinConisby: Steven Pacey

Joan Brandon: Julia Swift

Adam Penfeather: Sean Barrett

Black Bartlemy: Sean Arnold

Tressady: Ronald Herdman

Smiler: Colin McFarlane

Joel: Fraser Kerr

Abner Mings: Mark Straker

Sir Rupert: Andrew Wincott

Marjorie: Theresa Streatfeild

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

Unknown: Jeffery Farad

Dramatised By: Michael Bartlett

Dramatised By: Directorglyn Dearman.

MartinConisby: Steven Pacey

Joan Brandon: Julia Swift

Adam Penfeather: Sean Barrett

Black Bartlemy: Sean Arnold

Tressady: Ronald Herdman

Smiler: Colin McFarlane

Joel: Fraser Kerr

Abner Mings: Mark Straker

Sir Rupert: Andrew Wincott

Marjorie: Theresa Streatfeild

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

The Voyage of the Swallow

Richard Briers and Susannah York star as Arthur Ransome and his wife Evgenia, in Eric Pringle 's play about the writing of a children's classic by "the man who hated children".

Musicians Steafan Hannigan and Simon Care.

Director Adrian Bean. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Briers

Unknown: Susannah York

Unknown: Arthur Ransome

Unknown: Eric Pringle

Musicians: Steafan Hannigan

Director: Adrian Bean.

Ivy: Ann Davies

Cyril Ransome: Max Harvey

Young Arthur: Nicholas Shelton

Susan: Daisy Heath

Titty: Annie Roddam

Nancy: Kate Ryan

Roger: Simon Radford

Tabitha: Siriol Jenkins

TedScott: Vincent Brimble

CP Scott: Michael Kilgarriff

Ernest Altounyan: Philip Sully

Dora Altounyan: Theresa Streatfeild

TrotskylDoctor: Philip Beckwith

Molly: Adjoa Andoh

YoungBilly: Neil Roberts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

Unknown: Richard Briers

Unknown: Susannah York

Unknown: Arthur Ransome

Unknown: Eric Pringle

Musicians: Steafan Hannigan

Director: Adrian Bean.

Ivy: Ann Davies

Cyril Ransome: Max Harvey

Young Arthur: Nicholas Shelton

Susan: Daisy Heath

Titty: Annie Roddam

Nancy: Kate Ryan

Roger: Simon Radford

Tabitha: Siriol Jenkins

TedScott: Vincent Brimble

CP Scott: Michael Kilgarriff

Ernest Altounyan: Philip Sully

Dora Altounyan: Theresa Streatfeild

TrotskylDoctor: Philip Beckwith

Molly: Adjoa Andoh

YoungBilly: Neil Roberts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

A Fatal Inversion

A dramatisation of Barbara Vine 's Gold Dagger award-winning crime novel. The year of the long, hot summer: 1976. Adam and some friends spent it in idyllic circumstances. But when the weather at last broke their lives had been wrecked.

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Vine

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Jane Morgan.

Adam Verne-Smith: Andrew Wincott

Rufus: Matthew Morgan

Zosie: Siriol Jenkins

Shiva: Tariq Alibai

Lili: Rita Wolf

Vivien: Miaso Teriou

Mary Gage: Alison Reid

Lewis Verne-Smith: Tim Seely

Beryl: Ann Windsor

Anne: Mary Chater

Marigold: Theresa Streatfeild

MegChipstead: Joanne Wake

Insp Winder: Jonathan Adams

WPC: Emma Fielding

Gardener: Ronald Herdman

Robin Tatian: Steve Hodson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

Unknown: Barbara Vine

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Jane Morgan.

Adam Verne-Smith: Andrew Wincott

Rufus: Matthew Morgan

Zosie: Siriol Jenkins

Shiva: Tariq Alibai

Lili: Rita Wolf

Vivien: Miaso Teriou

Mary Gage: Alison Reid

Lewis Verne-Smith: Tim Seely

Beryl: Ann Windsor

Anne: Mary Chater

Marigold: Theresa Streatfeild

MegChipstead: Joanne Wake

Insp Winder: Jonathan Adams

WPC: Emma Fielding

Gardener: Ronald Herdman

Robin Tatian: Steve Hodson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911221]

Dickens's Women Miriam Margolyes introduces and plays all the characters from her recent West End success, as well as giving a vibrant insight into the life of the great writer himself.

Piano Michael Haslam. Script devised by Miriam Margolyes and Sonia Fraser

Producer Enyd Williams. Stereo ● DRAMA: page 8

Contributors

Introduces: Miriam Margolyes

Piano: Michael Haslam.

Unknown: Miriam Margolyes

Unknown: Sonia Fraser

Producer: Enyd Williams.

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Introduces: Miriam Margolyes

Piano: Michael Haslam.

Unknown: Miriam Margolyes

Unknown: Sonia Fraser

Producer: Enyd Williams.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911228]

The Royal Baccarat Scandal

Royce Ryton 's play, based on the book by former Lord Chancellor Michael Havers and Edward Grayson , dramatises a notorious

Victorian scandal of 1890. Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Royce Ryton

Book By: Former Lord

Unknown: Michael Havers

Unknown: Edward Grayson

Director: Matthew Walters.

Sir William Gordon Cumming: Michael Jayston

Prince of Wales: Robert Lang

Lycett Green: Aden Gillett

Ethel: Jane Arden

Mrs Wilson: Jo Kendall

Stanley Wilson: Neil Roberts

Mrs Gibbs: Judi Bowker

Gen Williams: Jonathan Adams

Mrs Williams: Morar Kennedy

Mr Levett: Matthew Sim

Sir Edward: Brett Usher

Sir Charles: Peter Penry-Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911228]

Unknown: Royce Ryton

Book By: Former Lord

Unknown: Michael Havers

Unknown: Edward Grayson

Director: Matthew Walters.

Sir William Gordon Cumming: Michael Jayston

Prince of Wales: Robert Lang

Lycett Green: Aden Gillett

Ethel: Jane Arden

Mrs Wilson: Jo Kendall

Stanley Wilson: Neil Roberts

Mrs Gibbs: Judi Bowker

Gen Williams: Jonathan Adams

Mrs Williams: Morar Kennedy

Mr Levett: Matthew Sim

Sir Edward: Brett Usher

Sir Charles: Peter Penry-Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920104]

The Angel of Rome

Alessandro Moreschi was the last castrato and died in Rome in 1922. He sang as a soloist in the Vatican Choir and at all the important social and state functions. Neville Watchurst's play uncovers the triumph and the sadness of this short and unusual career.

Choir boys Jonathan Rudoe and Daniel Ison.

Director Sue Wilson. Stereo

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Unknown: Jonathan Rudoe

Unknown: Daniel Ison.

Director: Sue Wilson.

Alessandro Moreschi: John Duttine

Alessandro, as a boy: Susan Sheridan

Countess Sforza: Susan Sheridan

Rosati: Ian Hogg

Mustafa: David Monico

Fabrizzio Moreschi: Terence Edmond

Rosa Moreschi: Anna-Juliana Clare

Sebostianelli: John Fleming

Count Gondolfi: Peter Penrv-Jones

Mr Derby: Peter Penrv-Jones

Fr Ettore: Norman Jones

Haböck: Norman Jones

Dr Ferretto: Andrew Wincott

Perosi: Andrew Wincott

Tordoni: Matthew Sim

Mazzini: Richard Pearce

Enzo Tordoni: Richard Pearce

Aldovari: Neil Roberts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920111]

Tarra Lengy

Billy Leng 's a 13-year-old optimist who is certain he can better himself in wartime Manchester.

Written by Frank White.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920111]

Unknown: Tarra Lengy

Unknown: Billy Leng

Written By: Frank White.

Director: Tony Cliff.

Lengy: Richard Pearce

Todger: Michael Turner

Todger'smum: Fay Blockey

Mrs Hanson: Kathryn Hunt

Mr Hanson: Brian Trueman

Mrs Rodgers: Tricia Wilcock

Derek Leng: Paul Loughran

Betty Leng: Jane Hazelgrove

Policeman: David Holt

Vicar: Alan Sykes

Bandmaster: Phil Hearn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920118]

The Labyrinth Makers Another in the occasional series of dramatisations of Gold and Silver Dagger Award winning crime novels. Anthony Price's tale of treasure, treachery and unexpected romance stars John Stride as Dr David Audley and Paula Wilcox as Faith. Why are the KGB so interested in old, wrecked Dakotas, and what has the Schliemann Treasure to do with a ruined flak tower in Berlin?

Dramatised by Nick McCarty

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920118]

Unknown: John Stride

Unknown: Dr David Audley

Unknown: Paula Wilcox

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Tierney: Alan Manson

Sir Frederick: Peter D'Souza

Morrison: Neil Packham

Mr Jones: Ian Sexon

MrsHarlin: Pat Williams

Jenkins: Mark Coleman

Roskill: Michael MacKenzie

Butler: Raymond Ross

Panin: Laurance Rudic

Maclean: Sandy Neilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920125]

Roland's Afterlife

Roland "dies" and comes back to life. Could it be a spiritual rebirth?

In Frederick Bradnum 's dark-grey comedy, Roland's search for salvation leads to some strange encounters.

Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920125]

Unknown: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Roland: Derek Fowlds

Lorraine: Melinda Walker

Hidé: Sheila Hancock

Guy: Richard Vernon

Leonoski: David March

Nerdieff: Robert Eddison

Sir Fingle Cameron: Henry Stamper

Canon Clutterbuck: Eric Allan

DrShaw: Irene Sutcliffe

Truscott: Alan Barker

Bishop: Peter Penry-Jones

Mrs Denbigh: Ann Windsor

Cordoba: Andrew Wincott

Empoli: Colin McFarlane

Edgehill: Fraser Kerr

Bas-Rhinc: Brett Usher

Lola: Joanna Myers

Woman: Theresa Streatfeild

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920201]

The Finger of Suspicion When a helicopter hoists the Epstein statue off

Lewis's department store in Liverpool, Inspector Crust assumes it's just a student rag. But when the thieves start returning bits of the statue's anatomy,

Crust has second thoughts. Written by Vincent Me Inemey.

Director Shaun MacLoughlin. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920201]

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin.

Inspector Crust: James Ellis

Minty: Bill Monks

Pilot Lairds: Richard Pearce

Colonel Rivers: David Bannerman

Malcolm: Kim Wall

James: Brendan Charleson

Julia Lairds: Carolyn Backhouse

Billy Lairds: Christian Rodska

MrsRivers Lairds: Peggy Ann Wood

ArthurFrank Lairds: Richard Tate

Mandy Lairds: Cheryl Maiker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920208]

Scarlet on Black

Roger Danes 's fast-moving thriller is set in Paris.

What is the link between the kidnap of Yvette Lalande and events in Algeria 30 years ago? "Someone in authority" has good reason to hamper Commissaire Grosset's investigations.

Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920208]

Unknown: Roger Danes

Unknown: Yvette Lalande

Director: Glyn Dearman.

Grosset: David Calder

Corbil/ard: Peter Jeffrey

Lenoir: Alex Jennings

DeBeaugence: Charles Kay

Lesueur: Natasha Pyne

YvelteLalande: Patti Holloway

Jeanne Lalande: Gudrun Ure

Didier: Nicholas Murchie

Pierre: Jonathan Tafler

Davant: Ronald Herdman

Tomasini: Eric Allan

Marianne: Siriol Jenkins

Ducrot: Theresa Streatfeild

Giresse: Melanie Hudson

Laverdure: Jonathan Adams

Charles: Matthew Sim

Bernard: Mark Straker

Mariol: Peter Gunn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Ratking

The 1988 Gold Dagger award-winning crime novel by Michael Dibdin.

Italian detective Aurelio Zen is charged with finding the truth about a kidnapping through a smokescreen of politics and money.

Dramatised by Gregory Evans

Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Novel By: Michael Dibdin.

Unknown: Aurelio Zen

Dramatised By: Gregory Evans

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Aurelio Zen: Nicholas Le Prevost

Palottino: Peter Gunn

Pietro Miletti: Eric Allan

CinziaMiletti: Joanna Myers

GianiuigiSantucci: Richard Tate

Silvio Miletti: Matthew Sim

Ivy Cook: Ann Windsor

AntonioCrepi: Keith Drinkel

Di Leonardo: Ronald Herdman

Lucaroni: Brett Usher

Bartocci: John Webb

RosellaForia: Joanna Wake

Iovino: Jonathan Adams

Mancini: John Church

Major Volpi: Nicholas Murchie

Duty officer: Melanie Hudson

Ellen: Theresa Streatfeild

Giorgio: David Learner

Gilberto: Andrew Wincott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920222]

The British Bulldog

The war in Europe is over, and the regulars in the Wellington are planning how to celebrate the peace. It all turns out not quite as they expected. Written by Christopher Denys.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920222]

Written By: Christopher Denys.

Director: Tony Cliff.

MrsCkadwick: Judith Barker

Dora: Julie Corrigan

Mrs Ryder: Ann Rye

Harry: Paul Broughton

Jim: Brian Southwood

Arnie Badger: Ray Mort

Gardener: Geoffrey Banks

Wally: Alan Sykes

Jackie: Robin Polley

Benny: Brian Trueman

Muriel Chadwick: Jenny Luckraft

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

Something Like a Miracle

In 192 la Labour Council was voted in for the first time in the poverty-stricken borough of Poplar. They decided to break the law in order to help their voters. Written by Gerry Huxham.

Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

Written By: Gerry Huxham.

Director: Janet Whitaker.

George Lansbury: John Church

Sam March: Keith Drinkel

Walter Green: Eric Allan

Chas Chandler: Ronald Herdman

George Cressali: Terence Edmond

Edgar Lansbury: Mark Straker

Minnie Lansiwry: Joanna Myers

Susan Lawrence: Joanna Wake

Nellie Cressall: Theresa Streatfeild

Bessie Lansbury: Gudrun Ure

LouChandler: Ann Windsor

Virginia: Siriol Jenkins

Bill Thompson: Neil Roberts

JPSkeggS: Matthew Simm

Sir Alfred Mond: Brett Usher

Lloyd George, PM: Peterpenry Jones

Edward Shortt: Andrew Wincott

Herbert Morrison: Jonathan Adams

William Gentry: Nicholas Murchie

Governor of Brixion Prison: John Webb

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920307]

Boy Bishop

In Alick Rowe 's new play, there is keen competition among the choristers when news spreads that the ancient practice of electing a Boy Bishop is being revived.

Director Shaun MacLoughlin Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920307]

Unknown: Alick Rowe

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Michael: Matthew Sim

David: Richard Pearce

Old David: David March

The Dean: Andrew Hilton

Father Melting: Christian Rodska

Canon Briggs-Reed: Peter Copley

The Precentor: Brian Gear

The Headmaster: Stephen Thorne

Philip: John Telfer

Choirmaster: Bill Wallis

Packman: Edward Jones

Clifford: Tom Edgar

Alistair: Charles Simpson

TV director: Steve Hodson

TV interviewer: Eric Allan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

The Broken Butterfly Wally K Daly 's sequel to Butterflies Don 'f Count.

A murderer escapes from Dartmoor and, leaving bloody mayhem in his wake, heads north. His aim to kill a priest...

Director David Hitchinson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

Unknown: Wally K Daly

Director: David Hitchinson.

Tom: Kevin Whately

Peter: Reginald Marsh

Penitent: Tony Haygarth

Kathleen: Marcella Riordan

Sion: Sean Barrett

Deelan: Des McAleer

O'Hagan: Norman Rodway

Vietnamese boy: Judy Bennett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920321]

The Wench Is Dead

Colin Dexter 's Inspector Morse tackles an unusual case in this dramatisation of the 1989 Gold Dagger Winner for best crime novel of the year.

The RSC's John Shrapnel plays Morse, in a case that finds him hospitalised and probing a crime that occurred over a century before.

Musical theme

Wilfredo Acosta.

Dramatised by Guy Meredith. Director Ned Chaillet.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920321]

Unknown: Colin Dexter

Unknown: Wilfredo Acosta.

Dramatised By: Guy Meredith.

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Inspector Morse: John Shrapnel

Sergeant Lewis: Robert Glenister

Colonel Deniston: Garard Green

Christine Greenaway: Joanna Myers

Waggie Greenaway: Peter Penry Jones

Sister Maclean: Kate Binchy

Nurse Fiona: Siriol Jenkins

Consultant: John Church

Inspector Mulvaney: Joe Dunlop

WPC: Ann Windsor

Houseman: Peter Gunn

Prosecuting Counsel: John Samson

Joanna Franks: Melinda Walker

Donovan: Ken Cumberudge

Oldfldd: Paul Copley

Musson: David Learner

Wooton: Neil Roberts

Anna: Melanie Hudson

Lamdlord: Jonathan Adams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

Understanding Women Naomi Wall poisoned three members of her family and disappeared. A researcher, working on a book about crimes committed by women, becomes obsessed by the case.

Written by Melissa Murray.

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

Unknown: Naomi Wall

Written By: Melissa Murray.

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Daphne: Anna Massey

Bollingham: Gary Waldhorn

Ricky: Siriol Jenkins

Harry: Robert Glenister

Naomi: Elizabeth Kelly

Ann: Anne Jameson

Val: Theresa Streatfeild

Ben: John Webb

Claries: Peter Penry-Jones

Janet: Eva Stuart

Malcolm: Robert Portal

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920404]

The San Rocco Mob

Based upon actual events, Bruce Stewart 's play tells the story of an English priest who is sent incognito to discover whether a Franciscan monastery in Sicily has been taken over by the Mafia. Director Martin Jenkins Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920404]

Unknown: Bruce Stewart

Director: Martin Jenkins

Anselmo: James Laurenson

Carmelo: Norman Bird

Gregorio: David Timson

Bruno: Eric Allan

Hilario: Nigel Anthony

Graziella: Joanna Myers

Claudia: Siriol Jenkins

Miivia: Adjoa Andoh

Padre Generate Defence Attorney: Brett Usher

CiccoHni: John Church

Tout/Moroni: Peter Gunn

Magistrate: Peter Penry Jones

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920411]

An Old Fashioned

Villain

Terry Oldham is all set for celebrity status on his release from prison, but have the long years inside made him stir-crazy?

Written by Mike Harris.

Director Matthew Walters Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920411]

Unknown: Terry Oldham

Written By: Mike Harris.

Teny Oldham: Trevor Peacock

Beth: Oona Beeson

Maureen: Anne Jameson

Cliff: John Church

Darren: Matthew Sim

Kelly: Melanie Hudson

Taylor: Eric Allan

Wyllis: Jonathan Tafler

Snape: Keith Drinkel

Fairwell: Terence Edmond

Sheila: Theresa Streatfeild

Col: Ronald Herdman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920418]

The Legend of Robin Hood

John Nettles stars as the great English hero in a radio adventure for all ages. Drawing on the original Robin Hood ballads, John Fletcher 's epic play takes Robin from May Day revels in Sherwood to crusading battles in the Holy Land - and back again to a life and death struggle with the Sheriff of Nottingham, and an even more sinister enemy - With David Holt , Richard Mitchley and Pat Quayle. Music composed and performed by Vic Gammon.

Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920418]

Unknown: Robin Hood

Unknown: John Nettles

Unknown: John Fletcher

Unknown: David Holt

Unknown: Richard Mitchley

Unknown: Pat Quayle.

Unknown: Vic Gammon.

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Robin Hood: John Nettles

Little John: Gerry Hinks

Sheriff of Nottinglwm: Norman Rodway

Friar Tuck: Michael Tudor Barnes

Will Scarlett: Peter Meakin

Maid Marian: Carolyn Backhouse

Alice: Tamsin Greig

Wormley: Jonathan Wyatt

Guy of Gisborne: Struan Rodger

Tom: John Meakin

Liza: Bethan Ganjavi

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920509]

The Lucky One Rosemary Davis 's dramatisation of Lucy Ching 's autobiography One of the Lucky Ones. Canton, 1945. Lucy, a young blind girl, is hidden away at home because of the ancient belief that the eyes are the root of all evil, and blindness is a punishment for the sins of the ancestors. When, by chance, Lucy hears a radio broadcast, her fate begins to take a dramatic turn.

Director Tracey Neale. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920509]

Unknown: Rosemary Davis

Unknown: Lucy Ching

Director: Tracey Neale.

Miss Schaeffer: Alison Reid

Mrs Honicutt: Gudrun Ure

Ah Wor: Elizabeth Kelly

Younger Brother: Nicholas Shelton

Father: Christopher Scott

Mother: Melinda Walker

Lucy as Narrator: Tessa Worsley

Elder Brother: Matthew Sim

Second Sister: Daisy Heath

Lucy: Annie Roddam

Ah Luk: Jill Lidstone

Mrs Chan: Joanna Wake

Doctor: Nicholas Murchie

Third Uncle: Peter Penry Jones

Grandmother:.Barbara Atkinson

Po Yuk: Anna Brooks Kasteel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920516]

Stardust

On December 15th, 1945 the aircraft carrying Glenn Miller to Paris disappeared and a unique period in musical history came to an end. Since the Normandy Invasion, Miner's

American Band of the AEF had travelled the length and breadth of the country. Roger Stennett 's new play brings to life those months and explores the lives of the aircrew of the B-17 Stardust Melody.

Music played by Alan Ellis ,

Donovan Carpenter and Hank Starrs.

Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920516]

Unknown: Glenn Miller

Unknown: Roger Stennett

Played By: Alan Ellis

Played By: Donovan Carpenter

Played By: Hank Starrs.

Director: Adrian Bean.

Major Glenn Miller: Ed Bishop

Lieutenant Don Haynes: Wllllam Roberts

Staff Sgt Elmer Perry: Kerry Shale

Lieutenant Bob Duke Freeman: Stephen Hoye

Lieutenant Colonel Norman Baessell: David Healy

Helen Miller: Shelley Thompson

TJ Sgt Ray McKinley: Christopher Ryan

Sgt Paul Ducky: Matthew Morgan

Sgt Johnny Desmond: Adam Henderson

Staff Sgt Herman Trigger Alpert: Neil Roberts

Staff Sgt Mel Powell: Jonathan Tafler

Maurice Goreham: Peter Penry Jones

Cecil Madden: Nicholas Murchie

Josie: Alison Reid

Jack Bishop: Vincent Marzello

Franco Minelli: Mark Straker

Jesus Mendoza: Peter Gunn

Henry Drew: Clive Hill

Eugene Roach: Terence Edmond

Waitress: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920523]

The Second Mrs

Tanqueray

In Arthur Wing Pinero's tragic drama,

Aubrey Tanqueray remarries and prepares to lose his friends. But his relationship with his daughter is also threatened by the ghosts of his wife's past.

Adapted and directed by Sue Wilson.

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920523]

Unknown: Aubrey Tanqueray

Directed By: Sue Wilson.

Aubrey Tanqueray: Gary Bond

Paula: Michelle Newell

Ekan: Joanna Myers

Cayley Drummic: Keith Drinkel

Mrs Cortelyon: Ann Windsor

Lady Orreyed: Sunny Ormonde

Sir George Orrcyed: Christopher Scott

Capt Hugh Ardalc: Andrew Wincott

Frank Misquith, QC: David Monico

Gordon Jayne, MD: John Fleming

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920530]

Kitty

Wilkinson David Pownall 's play is set in Liverpool at the time of the great cholera epidemic of 1832. It examines the life and work of a woman who was driven by a compulsion to help her fellow men, and who was hailed by many as a "saint" - Kitty Wilkinson

Songs composed and sung by Maddy Prior.

Director Martin Jenkins. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920530]

Unknown: Wilkinson David Pownall

Sung By: Maddy Prior.

Director: Martin Jenkins.

Kitty: Maureen O'Brien

Tom, her husband: Keith Drinkel

John, her son: Peter Gunn

Mam: Kate Binchy

Dr OLera: Robert Glenister

Dr Faraday: John Rowe

Helen Faraday: Helena Breck

Anne: Melanie Hudson

Hannah: Melanie Hudson

Deirdre: Veronica Quilugan

Kathleen: Veronica Quilugan

Kathleen: Siubhan Reid

Jessy: Joanna Wake

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920606]

A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M Miller Jr.

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

Music by David Dorward , sung by Cappella Nova and directed by Alan Tavener.

Dramatised by Donald Campbell Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920606]

Unknown: Walter M Miller Jr.

Music By: David Dorward

Sung By: Cappella Nova

Directed By: Alan Tavener.

Dramatised By: Donald Campbell

Director: Hamish Wilson.

Paido: Michael MacKenzie

Ekazar: 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=19920613]

A View of the City from Westminster Bridge by Manny Draycott-Lai. Louise, a young idealistic architect, is commissioned to design a huge site development near the Thames. It is a make-or-break career move.

Producer Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920613]

Unknown: Manny Draycott-Lai

Producer: Cherry Cookson.

Isambard: Roger Allam

Louise: Suzanna Hamilton

Tom: Ralph Fiennes

Damien: Hugh Ross

Earlham: Stuart Milligan

Kilmartin: Michael Tudor Barnes

Hennessey: John Webb

Nancy: Melinda Walker

Politician: John Church

Boardman: Jonathan Adams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

Death Drop

When 12-year-old David is found dead while on a school outing, the headmaster claims it was a terrible accident. But

David's father is convinced that it was murder. Dramatised by Jill Hyem from the novel by B M Gill. Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920620]

Dramatised By: Jill Hyem

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Fleming: Kenneth Cranham

Brannigan: Peter Penry Jones

Jenny: Jemma Churchill

Alison: Irene Sutcliffe

Hammond: Keith Drinkel

Durrant: Marc Murphy

Thirza: Melinda Walker

Preston: Gordon Reid

LessinglCorky: Terence Edmond

Innis: David Learner

David's Voice: Gary King

Neville/Chris: Patrick Rosenfeld

Mollie: Gudrun Ure

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

Walk or Die

Burma 1942. The Japanese were 20 miles away.

Thousands tried to escape through the jungle, over the mountains to India. David Gooderson's play draws upon the experience of survivors of this 250 mile trek.

Director Richard Wortley. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920627]

Director: Richard Wortley.

Major Crowther RAMC: Michael Kitchen

Captain Banks: Mark Straker

Brigadier Wyatt: David King

Captain Lewis: Trevor Cooper

Corporal Wills: Nicholas Murchie

Sergeant Bilson: David Goodland

Colonel Dass: Renu Setna

Lieutenant Hunter: Matthew Morgan

Clive Popplewell: Paul Downing

Sunny: Bhasker

Neil West: David Learner

Ian McHugh: Gordon Reid

Rev Windrush: Eric Allan

Private Jones: Keith Drinkel

Sister: Kate Binchy

Colonel from GHQ: Terence Edmond

Staff officer: Jonathan Adams

RAF mechanic: Jonathan Tafler

Young Englishwoman: Alison Reid

Indian woman: Melinda Walker

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

The Lion in Winter by James Goldman. At the royal family

Christmas gathering at Chinon in 1183 Henry II and his estranged wife Eleanor of Aquitaine argue over which of their three sons should succeed to the throne of England.

Director Ian Cotterell. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Unknown: James Goldman.

Director: Ian Cotterell.

Henry II, King of England: John Turner

Queen Eleanor, his wife: Barbara Jefford

Richard Lionheart, the eldest son: Michael Cochrane

Geoffrey, the middle son: Cuve Francis

John, the youngest son: Gary Cady

Philip, King of France: Geoffrey Burridge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Weir of Hermiston

Robert Louis Stevenson 's unfinished novel, completed and dramatised for the first time on radio by Robert Forrest.

A rich and dramatic story set in Edinburgh and the Scottish Borders in 1813. Music Iain Johnstone (keyboards). With Mhairi Campbell (violin),

Ron Shaw (cello) and Jack Evans (whistle. guitar).

Director Patnck Rayner. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Unknown: Robert Louis Stevenson

Unknown: Robert Forrest.

Music: Iain Johnstone

Violin: Mhairi Campbell

Cello: Ron Shaw

Cello: Jack Evans

Director: Patnck Rayner.

Louis: Paul Young

Archie: Forbes Masson

Kirstie: Wendy Seager

Adam Weir: Tom Watson

Older Kirstie: Ann Scott-Jones

Frank bines: Liam Brennan

Gienalmond: Ralph Riach

Dand: Benny Young

Clem: Ian Briggs

Gib: Iain Agnew

Hob: James Bryce

Mrs Elliot: Isabella Jarrett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

Death of a Mean

Cornet by Michael McStay. Sergeant Astor can't accept the explanation given for the sudden death of an old friend and is determined to find out what really happened.

Music by Alan Elsden ,

Randy Colville , Stan Greig and Peter Ind Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

Unknown: Michael McStay.

Music By: Alan Elsden

Music By: Randy Colville

Music By: Stan Greig

Music By: Peter Ind

Director: Jane Morgan.

Sergeant Astor: Joe Dunlop

Inspector Coleman: Stephen Thorne

Buddy Brown: James Grant

Pauline Brown: Kate Binchy

Amy Brown: Maria Miles

PC Young: Peter Gunn

Inspector Harrison: John Forgeham

Superintendent Bennett: Terence Edmond

Dr Benskin: John Webb

Dr Hodges: Matthew Sim

Cass Green: Paul Barber

Jack Reid: Tony Armatrading

Henry Flood: Michael McStay

Jason Ffloyd: Sidney Cole

Doctor: David Learner

Cabbie: Jonathan Tafler

C/D: Mark Straker,

C/D: Nicholas Murchie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920725]

Birthday

Dawn French makes her radio debut in Michael Frayn 's comedy, as the heavily pregnant Jess who disrupts her sister Liz's 27th birthday.

Adapted and directed by Matthew Walters. Stereo

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Unknown: Michael Frayn

Directed By: Matthew Walters.

Liz: Deborah Rndlay

Neil: Thomas Wheatley

Willa: Liz Crowther

Bernie: Peter Gunn

Arthur: John Webb

Jack: John Webb

Student: Matthew Morgan

Dr Hodges: Oona Beeson

Nurse: Joanna Wake

Sister Edwards: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

The King of the North Rides his Horse through the Sky by Adrian Mourby.

A minute to midnight,

999 AD. Warlord Uhtred Oslacsorum vows to take

Holy Orders if the Millennium passes.

But he is tempted by military glory...

Music: Peter Howell

Director Michael Fox. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

Unknown: Adrian Mourby.

Music: Peter Howell

Director: Michael Fox.

Uhtred: Ian Hogg

Bishop Aldhun: Trevor Peacock

Ealdred: Billy Fellows

Ecgfrida: Katharine Levy

Sweyn Forkbeard: Ken Bones

Knut: Russell Boulter

Oslac: Shaun Prendergast

Imnal: Christopher Walker

Thurcetel: Arthur Blake

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920808]

Bound in with the Triumphant Sea by Tom Holland. In 1501 a mariner claims the British beat Columbus to the New

World.

Director Claire Grove. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920808]

Unknown: Tom Holland.

Director: Claire Grove.

Goodland: Brian Blessed

Rosewell: Neil Dudgeon

De Puebla: Roger Allam

Newport: David Stevens

Mrs Newport: Celia Ryder

Henry VII: Keith Drinkel

Magistrate: Nick Murchie

Translator: Kate Binchy

Sir Paul Holt: Terence Edmond

Baldei: David Learner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

Rope

Alan Rickman plays

Rupert Cadell in Patrick Hamilton 's classic thriller.

Director John Tydeman. Stereo (Hist broadcast in 1983)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

Unknown: Alan Rickman

Unknown: Rupert Cadell

Unknown: Patrick Hamilton

Director: John Tydeman.

Wyndham Brandon: Adam Bareham

Charles Granillo: Andrew Branch

Sirjohnstone Kentley: Cyril Luckham

Leila Arden: Moir Leslie

Kenneth Raglan: Christopher Good

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Singer

Peter Flannery 's play stars Antony Sher as Peter Singer , who survives

Auschwitz, and makes a fortune as a slum landlord in England. But can he forget the past? 1: Remember

Music composed by Ilona Sekacz Musicians: John Leach ,

Ray Warleigh and Simon Chamberlain Director Michael Fox. Stereo

(Concludes tomorrow at 2.30pm) 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Singer: Peter Flannery

Unknown: Antony Sher

Unknown: Peter Singer

Composed By: Ilona Sekacz

Musicians: John Leach

Unknown: Ray Warleigh

Unknown: Simon Chamberlain

Director: Michael Fox.

Stefan: Mick Ford

Manik: Malcolm Storry

Chorus: Joe Melia

Mirchuk: Jack Klaff

Ruby: Amanda Harris

Gloria: Joanna Myers

Maria: Emma Fielding

HartyjLord Bunty: Brett Usher

Ailler/Sir Basil: John Church

BlythlLord Earner: Fraser Kerr

Mrs Daley: Irene Sutcliffe

ShaHcross: Colin McFarlane

Pepper: Andrew Wincott

PokemanlButler: Mm Barker

Ivanhoe: Clarence Smith

Lucy/Lady Basil: Adjoa Andoh

Lady Bunty: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920829]

A Fake's Progress

Roger Daltrey stars as Justin de Villeneuve , the man who discovered Twiggy, in Shaun Prendergast's musical adaptation of his life and writings.

Music and lyrics by Justin de Villeneuve , Martin Christy and Hal Undes. Music played by Martin Christy and Mark Thwaite Director Adrian Bean. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920829]

Unknown: Roger Daltrey

Unknown: Justin de Villeneuve

Unknown: Martin Christy

Unknown: Hal Undes.

Played By: Martin Christy

Played By: Mark Thwaite

Director: Adrian Bean.

Twiggy: Sophie Lawrence

Shaun Prendergast: Shaun Prendergast

Glyn: John Church

TV Presenter: John Church

Villain: John Church

Barbara Thorbum: Jane Dolmmore

Sue Woods: Jane Dolmmore

Jan: Jane Dolmmore

Ken Russell: Keith Drinkel

Bernie Ecckstone: Keith Drinkel

Nigel Dempster: Keith Drinkel

Joe Shornfieldl: John Fleming

QE2 Commis Chef: John Fleming

Johnny Carson: Peter Penry Jones

Dr Rock: Peter Penry Jones

Uncle Gilbert: Peter Penry Jones

Tim Hardin: David Learner

Vidal Sassoonl: David Learner

Tommy Roberts: David Learner

KY Gordon: Matthew Sim

Kevin: Matthew Sim

Sophisticated Lady: Melinda Walker

Judy: Melinda Walker

Schoolgirl: Kerryann White

model: Kerryann White

Twiggy's Mum: Ann Windsor

Air Stewardess: Ann Windsor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920905]

The Ballad of Johnny Reece by Nick Fisher. In 1958 Johnny is an idealistic young man working on the land. But by 1987 he is steeped in family life and haunted by disillusion, having over-stretched his ambition.

Director Richard Wortley. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920905]

Unknown: Johnny Reece

Unknown: Nick Fisher.

Director: Richard Wortley.

Johnny Reece: Mark Straker

Mary: Elizabeth Mansreld

Pat: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Clare: Clare Travers-Deacon

Ally: Paul Gregory

Stevie: Matthew Morgan

Trev: John Webb

Marie: Joanna Wake

Birdman: Matthew Sim

Carrie: Melanie Hudson

Sam: Eric Allan

Brian: Neil Roberts

Emslow: Terence Edmond

Stan: Keith Drinkel

Graham: Peter Penry Jones

Nurse: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920912]

Road to Munich

Written by Douglas Livingstone.

It's nearly 40 years since

Roy last saw Mickey Batty and he'd have been happy never to see him again.

They're both on their way to the October Bierfest, though with very different reasons for going and with totally different ideas of having a good time.

With Jonathan Adams , Jill Graham , Melanie Hudson , Peter Penry Jones. Nicholas Murthte. Jonathan Tafler. Julian Rhind Tutt and Ann Windsor Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920912]

Written By: Douglas Livingstone.

Unknown: Mickey Batty

Unknown: Jonathan Adams

Unknown: Jill Graham

Unknown: Melanie Hudson

Unknown: Peter Penry Jones.

Unknown: Nicholas Murthte.

Unknown: Jonathan Tafler.

Unknown: Julian Rhind Tutt

Director: Jane Morgan.

Mickey: Nicky Henson

Roy: David Collings

Herman: John Reming

Greta: Pauline Letts

Jean: Anne Carroll

Vilma: Sheila Reid

Young Mickey: Ross Livingstone

Young Roy: Matthew Sim

Young Jean: Federay Holmes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920919]

Fields of Grey, Marching by Mike Walker.

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

Music by Jeremy Taylor Trumpet: Mike Harrison

Director Marilyn Imrie. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920919]

Unknown: Mike Walker.

Music By: Jeremy Taylor

Unknown: Mike Harrison

Director: Marilyn Imrie.

julia: Julla Swift

Colin: Robert Glenister

Father: Ian Dury

Ray: Ian Dury

Letty: Elizabeth Kelly

Dora: Elizabeth Mansfield

Polly: Siriol Jenkins

Hotel Qerk: Auriol Smith

Landlady: Auriol Smith

Waitress: Emma Relding

Mrs Rouse: Ann Windsor

Mr Rouse: Ronald Herdman

Waiter: Clarence Smith

Railway clerk: Terence Edmond

Mr Pye: John Church

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920926]

Quicksilver

Written by James Douglas. When a multi-national opens a mercury soap plant in Donegal, the global consequences become too awful to contemplate. Director Eom O'Callaghan Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920926]

Written By: James Douglas.

Tony Quinn: David Herlihy

Nikki Fenton: Marcella Riordan

Ray Youel: Joe Crilly

Al Somers: Colin Carnegie

Imelda Man: Roma Tomelty

Cyril Otom/o: Sidney Cole

Stephen Grant: Kevin Flood

Liam Perry: Gerry McGrath

Connie Regan: Margaret D'Arcy

Fr Jimmy Blake: Dan Gordon

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921003]

Lost for Words by Ken Blakeson.

Adam Lowell is a leading member of the Labour Party, and a man confidently tipped to be a future Prime Minister. But when Adam is struck down by an unpleasant and incurable illness - Motor Neurone Disease he finds himself facing a very uncertain future.

Director Gordon House. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921003]

Unknown: Ken Blakeson.

Unknown: Adam Lowell

Director: Gordon House.

Adam: Nigel Anthony

Adam's Computer Voice: Kerry Shale

Penny: Elizabeth Mansfield

Jack: Logan Murray

Nurse O'Brien: Marcella Riordan

Marjorie: Sandra Clark

Andrew: Terence Edmond

Speaker: Peter Penry Jones

Delegate: Peter Penry Jones

Delegate: Andrew Wincott

Wendy: Theresa Streatfeild

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921010]

A Season of Clear

Shining

Nan Woodhouse 's story of a Quaker and a Catholic trying to reconcile their love and different beliefs in the intolerant world of 17th-century England.

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921010]

Unknown: Nan Woodhouse

Director: Tony Cliff.

Peg: Kathryn Hunt

Nathaniel: Neil Roberts

Margaret: Ann Rye

George: Russell Dixon

Priests: David Frederickson

Priests: Neville Barber

Justices: Gordon Rowe

Justices: Christopher Wilkinson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921017]

We Cast Four Shadows by RJ Gallagher.

A football coach, sent on an unexplained mission to a leading club, stumbles upon a major scandal and a threat of murder.

DSPascoe...PBER WYNNE-WILLSON

DC Cafferty. JONATHAN DEVERALL Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921017]

Unknown: Rj Gallagher.

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Richie: John Telfer

Peter: Peter Meakin

Joanne: Mary Jo Randle

Ken Salthouse: Gerry Hinks

Michael Lee: Peter Whitman

Mark Morgan: Andy Hockley

Hazel: Christine McGowan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921024]

Touching the Rock

John M Hull , Professor of Religion at Birmingham University, went blind at the age of 40 in 1980. This is his own account of the experience of blindness, dramatised by Jane Coles.

Piano played by Stuart Hutchinson Director Matthew Walters. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921024]

Unknown: John M Hull

Dramatised By: Jane Coles.

Played By: Stuart Hutchinson

Director: Matthew Walters.

John: Denis Lill

Marilyn: Rosalind Thomas

Mother: Madge Ryan

Father: Jonathan Adams

Thomas/Sue: Sue Sheridan

Lizae/ABce: Melinda Walker

Alec: John Fleming

David: Michael Roberts

Creswet: John Webb

Thug/Whistler: David Holt

Fairy tale reader: Siriol Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921031]

Yaxley's Cat

A play for Hallowe'en by Robert Westall.

Nothing in Sepp Yaxley 's cottage had been touched since the day he... disappeared. For Rose and her children, a perfect place for a holiday adventure. Until the cat turned up.

...Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921031]

Unknown: Robert Westall.

Unknown: Sepp Yaxley

Director: Nigel Bryant.

Rose: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Jane: Susan Mann

Tim: Richard Pearce

Vicar: Jonathan Wyatt

Miss Yaxky: Patience Tomlinson

Nathan Gotobed: Peter Tudoenham

Jack Sydenham: Graham Howes

Shopkeeper/Doctor: Jo Kendall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921107]

The Facts Speak for Themselves

A thumbprint is all that stands between prison and freedom for Robert Holland , but can his barrister find an explanation which will satisfy the jury?

Author Mark Leech , winner of an Arthur Koestler Award for writing from prisoners, brings his own experience to his first radio play.

Director Ned Chaillet. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921107]

Unknown: Robert Holland

Unknown: Mark Leech

Unknown: Arthur Koestler

Director: Ned Chaillet.

Michael Hamilton: Struan Rodger

Robert Holland: Larry Dann

Enyd Davies: Meg Davies

Alan McDonald: Steve Hodson

Valerie Palmer: Kate Binchy

James Langley: Keith Drinkel

Judge McGee: Eric Allan

Paul Bates: Matthew Morgan

Eric Jones: Philip Anthony

David Logan: Nicholas Murchie

Clerk of Court: John Webb

Prison Officer: Jonathan Tafler

Police Dispatch: Melanie Hudson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921114]

Hay Fever

The Bliss family are ultra-bohemian and have

"weekends". This time they have each invited a guest without telling one another. Result: mayhem! Noel Coward 's famous comedy is introduced by Sheridan Morley.

Director Leslie Lawton. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921114]

Unknown: Noel Coward

Introduced By: Sheridan Morley.

Director: Leslie Lawton.

Judith Bliss: Judi Dench

David Bliss: Michael Williams

Richard Greatham: Geoffrey Palmer

Myra Arundel: Celia Imrie

Jackie Coryton: Patricia Brake

Sandy Tyrell: Christopher Blake

Simon Bliss: Patrick Pearson

Sorel Bliss: Alison Reid

Qara: Patricia Hayes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921121]

Alibi for a Judge

A comedy by Felicity Douglas and Henry Cecil from his book, with Basil Dawson.

An attractive woman enlists the help of an elderly judge, who had convicted her husband of robbery, in an attempt to prove his innocence. It is not certain, however, how innocent her motives are.

Adapted and directed by John Tydeman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921121]

Comedy By: Felicity Douglas

Comedy By: Henry Cecil

Unknown: Basil Dawson.

Directed By: John Tydeman.

Mr Justice Carstairs: Andrew Cruickshank

Lesley Burford: Amanda Grinung

Thomas Empton QC: Aubrey Woods

Mr Hunt: Jonathan Scott

William Burford: Trader Faulkner

Mr Bell: Peter Howell

Supt Neale: Michael Shannon

Ernest Mott: Clifford Norgate

Mr Campbell: Hector Ross

Mrs Campbell: Carole Boyd

Joe: Michael Burlington

Inspector Martin: Anthony Smee

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

Randle's Scandals by Trevor Hoyle.

After colliding with a Blackpool tram in his Lagonda, Lancashire's famous comedian, Frank Randle , was admitted to hospital... for psychiatric observation. Hoyle's play follows sessions with his doctor which take Frank back to his childhood in Wigan.

With Joseph Vickers , Paul Bray and Kelvin Fletcher

Director Tony Cliff. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

Unknown: Trevor Hoyle.

Unknown: Frank Randle

Unknown: Joseph Vickers

Unknown: Paul Bray

Unknown: Kelvin Fletcher

Director: Tony Cliff.

Frank Randle: Keith Clifford

Queenie: Melissa Jane Sinden

Gus Aubrey: Russell Dixon

Peggy: Saskia Downes

Doctor: Malcolm Raeburn

Rhoda Hughes: Julie Corrigan

Arthur Hughes: Richard Pattenden

Tommy: Peter Groves

Brennan: Alan Sykes

John Capstack: John Branwell

H Barnes Esq: John Jardine

Magistrate: Glyn Morrow

PC Gray: Colin Meredith

Prosecuting Counsel: Michael Duggan

Irish PC: James Quinn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

The Rector's Daughter A dramatisation by Simon Gray of the novel by F M Mayor.

With Julie Covington as Mary Jocelyn ,

Bernard Hepton as Canon Jocelyn and James Laurenson as Robert Herbert.

Mary Jocelyn lived her life caring for others, and in particular for her widowed father. But she cried out for something more, and even those close to her were surprised by the depth of her emotions.

With David Learner. Matthew Morgan. Alison Reid and Theresa Streatfeild Pianist Mary Nash

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

Unknown: Simon Gray

Unknown: Julie Covington

Unknown: Mary Jocelyn

Unknown: Bernard Hepton

Unknown: James Laurenson

Unknown: Robert Herbert.

Unknown: David Learner.

Unknown: Matthew Morgan.

Unknown: Alison Reid

Pianist: Mary Nash

Director: Jane Morgan.

Kalhy Herbert: Sophie Thompson

Dora: Jane Whittenshaw

Ruth: Siriol Jenkins

Lady Meryton: Joanna Wake

Clmtdia: Kate Binchy

Mrs Herbert: Gudrun Ure

Usbia: Melinda Walker

Captain Stokes: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

The King's General The heroine of Daphne du Maurier 's classic love story set during the English Civil War is the beautiful Honor Harris, crippled in a riding accident, yet loved for ever by Sir Richard Grenville , the King's General in the West.

Dramatised by Michelene Wandor

Director Cherry Cookson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

Unknown: Daphne du Maurier

Unknown: Sir Richard Grenville

Dramatised By: Michelene Wandor

Director: Cherry Cookson.

Honor: Cathryn Harrison

Sir Richard Grenville: Roger Allam

Matty: Carolyn Pickles

Robin Harris: Philip Sully

Gartred: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Young Dick: Gary King

Older Dick: David Thorpe

Jonathan Rashleigh: Peter Penry Jones

Mary Rashleigh: Slly Edwards

Lord Robartes: Jonathan Adams

William Rashleigh/Colonel: John Fleming

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921219]

Martin Conisby 's Vengeance by Jeffery Farnol.

Martin Conisby becomes involved with more pirates, more battles, jealousy, misunderstandings and an unexpected reconciliation. All packed into this adventurous dramatisation, a self-contained sequel to last

Monday's Black Bartlemy's Treasure.

Dramatised by Michael Bartlett Director Glyn Dearman Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921219]

Unknown: Martin Conisby

Unknown: Jeffery Farnol.

Dramatised By: Michael Bartlett

Director: Glyn Dearman

Martin Conisby: Steven Pacey

Adam Penfeather: Sean Barrett

Joan Brandon: Julia Swift

Joanna: Siriol Jenkins

Sir Richard Brandon: John Mofatt

Don Federigo: Nigel Anthony

Resolution Day: John Baddeley

Valdez: David Holt

Job: David Thorpe

Diccon: Philip Anthony

Belvedere: John Church

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921226]

An Unsuitable Job for a Woman

P D James's first novel to feature her female detective Cordelia Gray.

An eminent scientist hires her to discover why his son committed suicide.

Dramatised by Neville Teller Director Matthew Walters

Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921226]

Unknown: Cordelia Gray.

Dramatised By: Neville Teller

Director: Matthew Walters

Cordelia: Judi Bowker

Miss Leaming: Anna Massey

Sir Ronald: Robert Lang

Inspector/Berne: Michael Turner

Coroner: James Greene

Eleanor Markland: Maxine Audley

Mrs Markland/Mrs Gladwyn: Elizabeth Kelly

Major Markland/Benskin: Ian Lindsay

Miss Sparshott: Jenny Howe

Sgt Marshall: Nigel Carrington

Horsfall: Brett Usher

Hugo: Andrew Branch

Sophie: Joanna Myers

Isabelle: Edita Brychta

Nanny Pilbeam: Barbara Atkinson

Bottley/Commissioner: Timothy Bateson

Dalgliesh: Timothy Carlton

Davie: David Bannerman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930102]

The Five Beans by John Peacock.

A very individual history of Jack and the Beanstalk. with Phillip Anthony ,

David Bannerman. Geraldine Fitzgerald. Jill Graham and David Thorpe Music: Stephen Warbeck

Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930102]

Unknown: John Peacock.

Unknown: Phillip Anthony

Unknown: David Bannerman.

Unknown: Geraldine Fitzgerald.

Unknown: Jill Graham

Unknown: David Thorpe

Music: Stephen Warbeck

Director: Jane Morgan.

Jack: Matthew Morgan

Young Jack: Henry Briant

Edmund: Terence Edmond

Meg: Pat Heywood

AelfriZ: Bernard Hepton

Ragmr: Ken Stott

Frigga: Rowena Cooper

Tom: Scon Ransome

Jenny: Federay Holmes

Gwen: Siriol Jenkins

Old Man: Ken Wynne

Guardian: Jil Uemeers

Harp: Melanie Pappenheim

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930320]

The Backward Son by Stephen Spender , adapted from the poet's first novel by his sister-in-law Pauline Spender. The story, loosely based on Spender's own childhood, charts the life of young

Geoffrey, his bewildering family, and the rigours of a minor public school.

Introducted by the author.

Director Richard Wortley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930320]

Unknown: Stephen Spender

Unknown: Pauline Spender.

Director: Richard Wortley

Geoffrey, as an adult: David Learner

Geoffrey,as a child: Simon Kantor

Mr Brand: Jonathan Adams

Mrs Brand: Kate Binchy

Mr Leather: Eric Allan

Hilary: Henry Power

Christopher: Patrick Rosenfeld

Palmer: Jamie de Courcey

Hilda: Melanie Hudson

Laughton: Leo Conville

Fallow: Gary King

Mrs Leather: Ann Windsor

Miss Higgins: Melinda Walker

Mrs Harding: Joanna Wake