Dracula

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Bram Stoker 's epic vampire novel dramatised in seven episodes by Nick McCarty. With Frederick Jaeger as Count Dracula.

1: Jonathan Harkerjourneys to Transylvania on legal business, leaving his fiancee Mina Murray to spend some time with her best friend Lucy Westenra.

Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

Solicitor Jonathan Harker and his fiance Mina's Transylvanian vampire ordeal begins.

Stars Bernard Holley and Frederick Jaeger.

Jonathan Harker's vampire ordeal in Transylvania begins.

With Bernard Holley.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Frederick Jaeger.

In Transylvania, Jonathan's terrifying ordeal begins, while back in England Mina worries and Lucy has to deal with her suitors.

While Jonathan Harker is in Transylvania, his fiancée Mina spends time with Lucy Westenra.

How do a shipwreck, a holiday in Whitby and Lucy's sleepwalking all connect?

Bram Stoker 's epic tale of vampire horror brought to life from the original novel, in seven episodes. 1: Jonathan Harker journeys to Transylvania on legal business, leaving his fiancee Mina Murray to spend some time with her best friend Lucy Westenra. Count Dracula.... FREDERICKJAEGER

Music Malcolm Clarke , BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Dramatised by Nick McCarty

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo 0 DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Bram Stoker

Unknown: Jonathan Harker

Unknown: Mina Murray

Unknown: Lucy Westenra.

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Mina: Phyllis Logan

Harker: Bernard Holley

Seward: Peter Blythe

Quincey: Paul Birchard

Lucy: Sharon Maharaj

Mother Superior: Stella Forge

Coachman: Frank Gallagher

Woman/Sister Anne/Second vampire: Monica Gibb

Hawkins: Peter Lincoln

Sister Agnes/First vampire: Wendy Seager

Pensniff: John Shedden

Third vampire: Amanda Whitehead

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Bram Stoker 's epic vampire tale.

2: While on holiday in Whitby, Mina waits to hear from Jonathan.

Following a great storm and a shipwreck, Lucy starts sleepwalking.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

Worried Mina awaits news from Transylvania, while Lucy sleepwalks after a shipwreck.

Stars Phyllis Logan and Sharon Maharaj.

Mina waits for news.

Lucy sleepwalks after a shipwreck.

Bram Stoker dramatisation.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Phyllis Logan and Sharon Maharaj.

With Phyllis Logan.

How do a shipwreck, a holiday in Whitby and Lucy's sleepwalking all connect?

While Jonathan Harker is in Transylvania, his fiancée Mina spends time with Lucy Westenra.

In Transylvania Jonathan's terrifying ordeal begins, while back in England Mina worries and Lucy has to deal with her suitors.

Jonathan lies ill, and Lucy's health causes Arthur concern.

Bram Stoker 's epic tale dramatised in seven parts. 2: On holiday in Whitby, Mina waits to hear from

Jonathan. Following a great storm and a shipwreck,

Lucy starts sleepwalking.

Music Malcolm Clarke , BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Dramatised by Nick McCarty

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Bram Stoker

Music: Malcolm Clarke

Dramatised By: Nick McCarty

Mina: Phyllis Logan

Lucy: Sharon Maharaj

Harker: Bernard Holle

Seward: Peter Blythe

Quincey: Paul Birchard

Arthur: Crawford Logan

Renfield: David McKail

Mr Swales: John Buick

Pearce: Mark Coleman

Mrs Westenra: Stella Forge

Captain/Old man: Nicholas Gilbrook

Johnson/Billington: Raymond Ross

Sister Agnes: Wendy Seager

Mate/Foreman: Ian Sexon

Novice: Amanda Whitehead

Van Helsing: Finlay Walsh

Adams: Tom Smith

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by Bram Stoker.

3: Mina receives news of Jonathan Harker ill in a hospital in Buda-Pesth.

Arthur becomes alarmed at Lucy's state of health.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

Jonathan lies ill in hospital and sleep-walking Lucy's well-being causes Mina concern.

Stars Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

Jonathan lies ill - and Lucy's health causes Arthur concern.

With Bernard Holley.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

While Jonathan Harker is in Transylvania, his fiancée Mina spends time with Lucy Westenra.

In Transylvania Jonathan's terrifying ordeal begins, while back in England Mina worries and Lucy has to deal with her suitors.

How do a shipwreck, a holiday in Whitby and Lucy's sleepwalking all connect?

Renfield's behaviour worsens and Van Helsing fights to save Lucy.

Bram Stoker 's epic tale of vampire horror dramatised in seven parts. 3: Mina receives news of Jonathan ill in a hospital in Buda-Pesth and Arthur becomes alarmed about the state of Lucy's health. Stereo (For cast see Boxing Day)

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by Bram Stoker.

4: Renfield's behaviour becomes even stranger, Van Helsing and John Seward struggle to save Lucy's life, and Jonathan Harker sees an old acquaintance.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

Renfield's behaviour in his cell worsens, while Van Helsing fights to save poorly Lucy.

Stars Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

Renfield's behaviour worsens.

Van Helsing fights to save Lucy.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

Wth Bernard Holley.

Renfield's behaviour worsens and Van Helsing fights to save Lucy.

While Jonathan Harker is in Transylvania, his fiancée Mina spends time with Lucy Westenra.

In Transylvania Jonathan's terrifying ordeal begins, while back in England Mina worries and Lucy has to deal with her suitors.

How do a shipwreck, a holiday in Whitby and Lucy's sleepwalking all connect?

Jonathan lies ill, and Lucy's health causes Arthur concern.

Van Helsing is forced to reveal the shocking truth about Lucy.

Bram Stoker 's epic tale of vampire horror dramatised in seven parts. 4: The madman Renfield's behaviour becomes even stranger. Van Helsing and John Seward struggle to save Lucy's life and Jonathan Harker sees an old acquaintance.

Music Malcolm Clarke ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

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Bram Stoker 's vampire tale. 5: Van Helsing reveals the appalling truth about Lucy's fate to Arthur,

Quincey and John Seward.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

With Jonathan's return, Van Helsing is forced to reveal the shocking truth about Lucy.

Stars Bernard Holley and Phyllis Logan.

Van Helsing is forced to reveal the shocking truth about Lucy.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Phyllis Logan.

With Bernard Holley.

While Jonathan Harker is in Transylvania, his fiancée Mina spends time with Lucy Westenra.

In Transylvania Jonathan's terrifying ordeal begins, while back in England Mina worries and Lucy has to deal with her suitors.

How do a shipwreck, a holiday in Whitby and Lucy's sleepwalking all connect?

Jonathan lies ill, and Lucy's health causes Arthur concern.

Renfield's behaviour worsens and Van Helsing fights to save Lucy.

Bram Stoker 's epic tale of vampire horror dramatised in seven parts. 5: Van Helsing reveals the appalling truth about Lucy's fate to Arthur,

Music Malcolm Clarke ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

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by Bram Stoker. With a guest star appearance by Frederick Jaeger as Count Dracula.

6: The six companions determine to root out the evil Count.

Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

The companions target the Count, but could one of them be a traitor?

The companions target the Count, but could one of them be a traitor? Stars Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

The companions target the Count, but is one of them a traitor? Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

The companions target the Count, but is one of them a traitor? With Bernard Holley.

The companions target the Count, but is one of them a traitor?

With Bernard Holley.

Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Crawford Logan.

The companions target the Count to save innocent lives, unaware that one of their own may be succumbing to his power.

The companions target the Count to save innocent lives.

The confrontation with Dracula builds to a tragic conclusion.

Bram Stoker 's epic tale, dramatised in seven parts. 6: The six companions determine to root out the evil Count before any other innocent lives are put at risk.

Music Malcolm Clarke ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop Dramatised by Nick McCarty

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo

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With time running out for Mina, can Van Helsing avert a tragedy?

With time running out for Mina, can Van Helsing avert a tragedy? Stars Bernard Holley and Phyllis Logan.

Time is running out for Mina.

Can Van Helsing avert tragedy? With Bernard Holley.

Can Van Helsing avert tragedy? Bram Stoker dramatisation with Bernard Holley and Phyllis Logan.

The companions target the Count to save innocent lives.

The confrontation with Dracula builds to a tragic conclusion.

Can Van Helsing save her?

Concluding Bram Stoker 's epic vampire tale. With a guest star appearance by Frederick Jaeger as Count Dracula.

7: Renfield's confession points the way to Dracula's lairs.

MONICA GIBB, AMANDA WHITEHEAD Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke

Director Hamish Wilson

The final episode of Bram Stoker 's epic tale of vampire horror.

Renfield's confession points the way to Dracula's lairs - but is Mina now at risk?

Music Malcolm Clarke ,

BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Dramatised by Nick McCarty

Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo