Posters Of The Moulin Rouge [John Peacock]

Episodes

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011. Yvette Guilbert1989113020191125 (BBC7)
20191126 (BBC7)

Singer Yvette Guilbert is drawn to a brand new venue in the capital city of France.

Starring Julie Covington.

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Yvette Guilbert.... Julie Covington
Zidler.... Norman Jones
Albine Guilbert.... Pauline Letts
Oller.... Carlos Douglas
Louise Weber.... Frances Barber
Maxine.... Valerie Sarruf
Jean Lorrain.... John Moffatt
Leon Forneau.... Simon Treves
Gabrielle.... Sue Broomfield
Driver.... Michael Graham Cox
Marie.... Alice Arnold
Lamplighter.... John Bull

Music by Stephen Warbeck.

Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 1989.

The story of a singer's career at a new venue in Paris. Starring Julie Covington.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life

01Yvette Guilbert20091027 (BBC7)
20150609 (BBC7)
20150610 (BBC7)
20170821 (BBC7)

The story of a singer's career at a new venue in Paris. Starring Julie Covington.

The story of a singer's career at a new venue in Paris. Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life. Starring Julie Covington.

Singer Yvette Guilbert is drawn to a brand new venue in the capital city of France.

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Starring Julie Covington as Yvette Guilbert, Norman Jones as Zidler, Pauline Letts as Albine Guilbert, Carlos Douglas as Oller, Frances Barber as Louise Weber, Valerie Sarruf as Maxine, John Moffatt as Jean Lorrain and Simon Treves as Leon Forneau.

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

022. The Boneless Wonder1989120720191126 (BBC7)
20191127 (BBC7)

Only a shadow on a poster - what is Valentin Renaudin in real life?

Starring Stephen Thorne.

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in four plays about those entertainers whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Valentin Renaudin.... Stephen Thorne
Celine Renaudin.... Margaretta Scott
Louise Weber.... Frances Barber
La Mome Fromage.... Sylvestra Le Touzel
Alice Goujon.... Anna Cropper
Zidler.... Norman Jones
Monsieur Goujon.... Michael Graham Cox
Theo Renaudin.... Geoffrey Whitehead
Georges Tabards.... David Goudge
Joseph Oller.... Carlos Douglas
Adele.... Sue Broomfield
Gerard.... John Bull
Michel Renaudin.... Brian Miller
Annie.... Jo Kendall
Shop Assistant.... Marcia King
Nini.... Alice Arnold

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in December 1989.

Only a shadow on a poster, what is Valentin in real life? Stars Stephen Thorne.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life

02The Boneless Wonder20091028 (BBC7)
20150610 (BBC7)
20150611 (BBC7)
20170822 (BBC7)

Only a shadow on a poster, what is Valentin in real life? Stars Stephen Thorne.

Only a shadow on a poster - what is Valentin Renaudin in real life?

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in four plays about those entertainers whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Starring Stephen Thorne as Valentin Renaudin, Margaretta Scott as Celine Renaudin, Frances Barber as Louise Weber, Sylvestra Le Touzel as La Mome Fromage, Anna Cropper as Alice Goujon, Norman Jones as Zidler, Michael Graham Cox as Monsieur Goujon, Geoffrey Whitehead as Theo Renaudin, David Goudge as Georges Tabards and Carlos Douglas as Joseph Oller.

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life. Stars Stephen Thorne. From December 1989.

Valentin Renaudin.... Stephen Thorne

Celine Renaudin.... Margaretta Scott

Louise Weber.... Frances Barber

Alice Goujon.... Anna Cropper

Zidler.... Norman Jones

Joseph Oller.... Carlos Douglas

Nini/Marie/Singer.... Alice Arnold

Adele.... Sue Broomfield

Monsieur Goujon.... Michael Graham Cox

Gerard/Waiter.... John Bull

Theo Renaudin.... Geoffrey Whitehead

Georges Tabards.... David Goudge

Michel Renaudin.... Brian Miller

La Mome Fromage.... Sylvestra le Touzel

Annie.... Jo Kendall

Shop Assistant/May Belfort/Marcelle.... Marcia King

Written by John Peacock.

033. La Goulue1989121420191127 (BBC7)
20191128 (BBC7)

Dancer Louise's nickname of La Goulue is singularly appropriate - she's a glutton for food and life...

Starring Frances Barber.

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Louise Weber.... Frances Barber
La Mome Fromage.... Sylvestra Le Touzel
Zidler.... Norman Jones
Annie.... Jo Kendall
Joseph Oller.... Carlos Douglas
Henri Lassin.... Michael Graham Cox
Mme Gillottes.... Margaret Courtenay
Gerard.... John Bull
Mme Grille.... Marcia King
Tremolada.... Donald Gee
Jeanne Faes.... Maria Miles
Jacques.... Joe Dunlop
Guy Benoits.... Michael Kilgarriff
Nini.... Alice Arnold

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

How much longer can a greedy dancer stay on the stage? Stars Frances Barber.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life

03La Goulue20091029 (BBC7)
20150611 (BBC7)
20150612 (BBC7)
20170823 (BBC7)

How much longer can a greedy dancer stay on the stage? Stars Frances Barber.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life. Stars Frances Barber. From December 1989.

Louise Weber.... Frances Barber

La Mome Fromage.... Sylvestra le Touzel

Oller.... Carlos Douglas

Annie.... Jo Kendall

Henri Lassin.... Michael Graham Cox

Nini.... Alice Arnold

Gerard.... John Bull

Mme Grille.... Marcia King

Zidler.... Norman Jones

Tremolada/Male Voice.... Donald Gee

Mme Gillottes.... Margaret Courtenay

Jeanne Faes.... Maria Miles

Jacques/Garbin.... Joe Dunlop

Guy Benoits.... Michael Kilgarriff

Written by John Peacock.

Dancer Louise's nickname of La Goulue is singularly appropriate - she's a glutton for food and life...

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Starring Frances Barber as Louise Weber, Sylvestra Le Touzel as La Mome Fromage, Norman Jones as Zidler, Carlos Douglas as Joseph Oller, Michael Graham Cox as Henri Lassin, Alice Arnold as Nini, John Bull as Gerard, Marcia King as Mme Grille and Margaret Courtenay as Mme Gillottes,

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

04Jane Avril1989122120091030 (BBC7)
20150612 (BBC7)
20150613 (BBC7)
20170824 (BBC7)
20191128 (BBC7)
20191129 (BBC7)

The crazy dancer uses people, but reaps the consequences.

They called her Crazy Jane because of the way she danced, but it was not an affectionate nickname. Jane Avril used people all her life and reaped the consequences...

When the Moulin Rouge cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1889, Toulouse-Lautrec was commissioned to paint a series of posters. A performer's career was made if they secured an appearance.

John Peacock brings Toulouse Lautrec's poster characters to life, in the first of four plays about those entertainers, whose lives were as vivid as Lautrec's paint.

Starring Angela Pleasence as Jane Avril, Vivian Pickles as Gazelle, Jack Galloway as Andre Vaubert, Clive Merrison as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, David King as Arsene Ondet, Norman Jones as Charles Zidler and Jo Kendall as Annine.

Music by Stephen Warbeck.
Director: Jane Morgan

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1989.

The crazy dancer uses people, but reaps the consequences. Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life. Stars Angela Pleasance.

Toulouse Lautrec's characters come to life