|20050103 (BBC7)||Pinocchio has no heart but he has a voice. He tells his story of how he attempts to become a little boy.|
|20050827 (BBC7)||Pinocchio has no heart but he has a voice. He tells his story of how he attempts to become a little boy.|
|20050828 (BBC7)||Pinocchio has no heart but he has a voice. He tells his story of how he attempts to become a little boy.|
|20070826 (BBC7)||Pinocchio has no heart but he does have a voice. He tells the story of how he attempts to become a little boy.|
|Pinocchio has no heart but he has a voice. He tells his story of how he attempts to become a little boy.|
Pinocchio has no heart but he does have a voice. He tells the story of how he attempts to become a little boy.
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19681122]||by Carlo Collodi|
The story of a puppet who wanted to be a boy.
Script by Silvia Goodall
Stories and Rhymes series
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19681122]||Unknown: Carlo Collodi|
Script By: Silvia Goodall
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19941227]||Carlo Collodi 's classic Italian tale, dramatised by Tina Pepler and starring Mark Burrows as Pinocchio and Stephen Moore as Geppetto the toymaker, follows the perilious adventures of a cheeky wooden puppet who learns goodness and is transformed into a real boy.|
Other parts played by members of the cast
Music by Peter Howell. Director Michael Earley
|Genome: [r4 Bd=19941227]||Unknown: Carlo Collodi|
Dramatised By: Tina Pepler
Unknown: Mark Burrows
Unknown: Stephen Moore
Music By: Peter Howell.
Director: Michael Earley
Grillo: Christian Rodska
Mr Cherry/Bravaccio/lnnkeeper/Grasso/Whale/Farmer: Bill Walus
Volpino/Trapezio: Phil Daniels
Felina: Tilly Vosburgh
Celestina: Charlotte Attenborough
Alidoro/Drummer/Tunny Fish: David Holt
Marcello: David Cooper
Pulcinella/Eugenia: Deborah Berlin
Harlequin/Giorgio: Joshua Towb
|SD||20121215||20140921||Carlo Collodi's classic tale of a wooden puppet who wants to be a boy dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.|
When Geppetto's wooden puppet miraculously comes to life, Geppetto names him Pinocchio and imagines a bright future together. Pinocchio must understand what it is to be a boy and the first step is school. But danger and folly lurk around every corner and it is hard for Pinocchio to find the right path. The world is full of temptation, contradiction and fear. Will Pinocchio find his way to becoming a real boy?
Original Music by Olly Fox
Sound Design by Steve Brooke
Directed by Nadia Molinari
Following the success of the award winning The Wonderful Wizard of Oz the same creative team come together to bring Pinocchio to life for a new generation. A filmic musical score by Olly Fox supports a magical sound world of dark forests, a marionette theatre, the land of play, the sea, the sky, inside a shark's belly. A world peopled by amazing characters: the tyrannical puppet master with a heart; the cruel tricksters Fox and Cat; the Fairy with Blue Hair; and the children turned donkey. This is a story full of jeopardy about a child's growing independence and awareness. Pinocchio's loneliness is heartbreaking as he travels through the world trying to understand what it means to be human.