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0120191020

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…

The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr Van Helsing

Abridger Daragh Carville is an award-winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama The Bay and films including Middletown and Cherrybomb. His radio play Regenerations, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0220191020
0320191026

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James D'arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0420191026

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.
Reader ….. James Greene
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James D'arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0520191102

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…

The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr Van Helsing

Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama The Bay and films including Middletown and Cherrybomb. His radio play Regenerations, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James D'arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0620191102

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.

There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.

The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…

The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr Van Helsing

Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award-winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama The Bay and films including Middletown and Cherrybomb. His radio play Regenerations, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James D'Arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0720191109

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James D'arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0820191109

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. James D'arcy
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

0920191116

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Michael Fassbender
Reader ….. James D'Arcy
Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James Greene
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.

1020191116

First published in 1897, the novel Dracula by Irish author Bram Stoker has never been out of print. It is often regarded as the best gothic horror novel of all time. The popularity of the world’s most notorious vampire, Count Dracula, has ensured that it remains a timeless classic.
There have been several screen adaptations of Dracula over the years but critics have often maintained that none have ever captured the intensity and drama in Stoker's original text. This epistolary novel, comprised of journal entries, letters, newspaper clippings, a ship's log, interweave into an incredibly gripping story as the various characters intimately recount the epic legend of the Transylvanian Count.
The tale begins with Jonathan Harker’s journal as the young newly qualified solicitor travels to a remote castle in the Carpathian Mountains to meet a wealthy client…
The series features readers including Michael Fassbender as Jonathan Harker, James D’Arcy as Dr Seward, Gillian Kearney as Mina Murray and James Greene as Dr.Van Helsing
Abridger: Daragh Carville
Daragh Carville is an award winning Northern Irish playwright and screenwriter. He is the creator of ITV’s popular crime drama ‘The Bay’ and films including ‘Middletown’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. His radio play ‘Regenerations’, first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in 2001, was nominated for the Richard Imison Award.

Reader ….. Gillian Kearney
Reader ….. James Greene
Writer ….. Bram Stoker
Abridger ….. Daragh Carville
Producer ….. Gemma McMullan

Michael Fassbender reads Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Drama from Radio Ulster.