All Things Betray Thee [Gwyn Thomas]

Episodes

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01Moonlea1996032420190821 (BBC7)
20190822 (BBC7)

In 1835, a harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea in search of his friend. He finds unrest and tries not to become involved.

Leigh... Ian Hughes
John Simon.... Patrick Brennan
Helen.... Melanie Walters
Lemuel... Ray Llewellyn
Katherine... Manon Edwards
Penbury.... Bill Stewart
Jefferies.... Laurence Allan
Bannion....Rhodri Hugh
Isabella.... Helen Gwyn
Jabez... Hubert Rees
Felix... Keiron Self
Mrs Brier...Anwen Williams
Lord Plimmon... Ric Jerrom

Music by Ruth Wall
Harp... Ruth Wall
Violin... Alison Frances

Written by Gwyn Thomas and dramatised by Alan Plater.

Directed by Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

When a harpist arrives in Moonlea he finds unrest and tries not to become involved.

Gywn Thomas's 1949 novel set in a fictional Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales.

In 1835, a travelling harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea in search of his friend.

When he finds unrest and injustice he tries not to become involved.

Gywn Thomas's 1949 novel dramatised in three-parts by Alan Plater.

Director: Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1996.

When a harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea he finds unrest.

When a harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea he finds unrest.

02Wild Music1996033120190822 (BBC7)
20190823 (BBC7)

The iron furnaces in Moonlea are about to be closed, and trouble is brewing, but Leigh cannot persuade John Simon to leave.

Leigh... Ian Hughes
John Simon.... Patrick Brennan
Katherine... Manon Edwards
Helen.... Melanie Walters
Bannion....Rhodri Hugh
Lemuel... Ray Llewellyn
Jefferies.... Laurence Allan
Isabella.... Helen Gwyn
Jabez... Hubert Rees
Felix... Kieron Self
Rev Bowen...Dillwyn Owen
Lord Plimmon... Ric Jerrom

Written by Gwyn Thomas and adapted by Alan Plater.

Music by Ruth Wall
Harp... Ruth Wall
Violin... Alison Frances

Directed by Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

The furnaces in Moonlea are to be closed but Leigh cannot persuade his friend to leave.

Gywn Thomas's 1949 novel set in a fictional Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales.

Gywn Thomas's 1949 novel dramatised by Alan Plater.

Director: Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1996.

When a harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea he finds unrest.

03The Verdict1996040720190823 (BBC7)
20190824 (BBC7)

The iron workers’ uprising is defeated and Leigh and John Simon find themselves on trial for murder.

Leigh... Ian Hughes
John Simon.... Patrick Brennan
Katherine... Manon Edwards
Helen.... Melanie Walters
Jefferies.... Laurence Allan
Clark... Gerald James
Longridge... Sion Probert
Parr... Ian Rowlands
Jabez... Hubert Rees
Penbury.... Bill Stewart
Lemuel... Ray Llewellyn
Lord Plimmon... Ric Jerrom

Written by Gwyn Thomas and dramatised by Alan Plater.

Music by Ruth Wall
Harp... Ruth Wall

Directed by Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1996.

The uprising is defeated and Leigh and John Simon find themselves on trial for murder.

Gywn Thomas's 1949 novel set in a fictional Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales.

The iron workers' uprising is defeated and Leigh has become an accessory to murder.

Conclusion of Gywn Thomas's novel dramatised by Alan Plater.

Director: Alison Hindell.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1996.

When a harpist arrives in the iron town of Moonlea he finds unrest.