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Genome: [r4 Bd=19921207]

by Roger Stennett.

On 15 December 1945, the aircraft carrying

Glenn Miller to Paris disappeared and a unique period in musical history came to an abrupt end. Since the Normandy Invasion,

Miller's American Band of the AEF had travelled the length and breadth of the country, playing at airbases, hospitals and on the radio.

Music played by Alan Ellis , Donovan Carpenter and Hank Starrs

Producer Adrian Bean. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921207]

Unknown: Roger Stennett.

Unknown: Glenn Miller

Played By: Alan Ellis

Played By: Donovan Carpenter

Played By: Hank Starrs

Producer: Adrian Bean.

Major Glenn Miller: Ed Bishop

Lieutenant Don Haynes: William Roberts

Staff Sgt Elmer Perry: Kerry Shale

Lieutenant Bob Duke Freeman: Stephen Hoye

Lt Col Norman Baesselt: David Healy

Helen Miller: Shelley Thompson

TI Sgt Ray McKinley: Christopher Ryan

Sgt Paul Dudley: Matthew Morgan

Sgt Johnny Desmond: Adam Henderson

Staff Sgt Herman Trigger Alpert: Neil Roberts

Staff Sgt Mel PoweU: 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=19921207]

by Roger Stennett.

On 15 December 1945, the aircraft carrying

Glenn Miller to Paris disappeared and a unique period in musical history came to an abrupt end. Since the Normandy Invasion,

Miller's American Band of the AEF had travelled the length and breadth of the country, playing at airbases, hospitals and on the radio.

Music played by Alan Ellis , Donovan Carpenter and Hank Starrs

Producer Adrian Bean. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19921207]

Unknown: Roger Stennett.

Unknown: Glenn Miller

Played By: Alan Ellis

Played By: Donovan Carpenter

Played By: Hank Starrs

Producer: Adrian Bean.

Major Glenn Miller: Ed Bishop

Lieutenant Don Haynes: William Roberts

Staff Sgt Elmer Perry: Kerry Shale

Lieutenant Bob Duke Freeman: Stephen Hoye

Lt Col Norman Baesselt: David Healy

Helen Miller: Shelley Thompson

TI Sgt Ray McKinley: Christopher Ryan

Sgt Paul Dudley: Matthew Morgan

Sgt Johnny Desmond: Adam Henderson

Staff Sgt Herman Trigger Alpert: Neil Roberts

Staff Sgt Mel PoweU: 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

01Part 120161217

01Part 120161217

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.

01Part 12016121720161224 (R4)

Tristran Thorn travels to the mysterious land of Faerie in pursuit of a fallen star.

01Part 12016121720161224 (R4)

Tristran Thorn travels to the mysterious land of Faerie in pursuit of a fallen star.

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.

02Part 220161218

02Part 220161218

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.

02Part 22016121820161225 (R4)

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.

02Part 22016121820161225 (R4)

Tristran must find and rescue the star before she is captured by dark forces in Faerie.

02Part 22016121820161225 (R4)

Tristran must find and rescue the star before she is captured by dark forces in Faerie.

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.

Challenged to retrieve a fallen star by the beautiful Victoria Forester, to whom he has lost his heart, Tristran Thorn leaves his home in the sleepy English village of Wall and crosses into the mysterious and magical land of Faerie. But when Tristran locates the fallen star he discovers it is no mere meteorite, but an injured young woman, Yvaine.

Tristran, however, is not the only person to have seen and be in pursuit of the fallen star. Deep in Faerie, Morwanneg the witch queen, is also hunting the star, whose heart she plans to cut out to restore youth to herself and her sisters.

High on Mount Huon, Primus, Tertius and Septimus, the three living heirs to the realm of Stormhold, seek out the star to claim the right to their recently deceased father's kingdom, and each will stop at nothing - not even murder - to ensure they are the only brother left in the running for the throne!

With Yvaine's life in danger, she and Tristran find themselves embarking on an extraordinary adventure, full of danger and intrigue as they flee across Faerie. Encountering Little Hairy Men, witches, and lightning-hunting sky pirates along the way, Tristran is about to uncover the secret to his own identity and a fate beyond his wildest dreams at his journey's end.

This two-part dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's spellbinding novel is narrated by Eleanor Bron and stars Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game, An Education, One Day) as Tristran and Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders, Dickensian, Happy Valley, Episodes) as Yvaine.

Dramatised by - Dirk Maggs

Sound Design - Wilfredo Acosta and Dirk Maggs

Directed by - Dirk Maggs and Heather Larmour

Producer - Heather Larmour.