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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930102]

The Night of Wenceslas In Lionel Davidson 's

Golden Dagger award-winning thriller of 1960, young Nicolas Whistler becomes unwittingly involved in a dangerous spying mission to Prague.

Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Matthew Walters.

0 DRAMA: page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930102]

Unknown: Lionel Davidson

Unknown: Nicolas Whistler

Dramatised By: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Matthew Walters.

Nicolas: Rupert Graves

Old Nicolas: John Horsley

Vlasta: Joanna Kanska

Vowells: Jonathan Adams

Pavelka: Sandor Eles

Galushka: Steve Hodson

Nimck Roddinghead: John Webb

Maura: Teresa McElroy

Mrs Nolan, Maminka: Linda Polan

Josef: Philip Anthony

Imre: John Church

1st Agent: Matthew Morgan

2nd Agent: Keith Drinkel

Paula: Federay Holmes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930109]

The Seven Per Cent

Solution

Continuing the series of Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winners, a dramatisation of Nicholas Meyer 's irreverent hommage to the Great Detective.

Starring Simon Callow as Sherlock Holmes , Ian Hogg as Dr Watson and Karl Johnson as Sigmund Freud.

The riddle of Holmes's disappearance at the Reichenbach Falls is solved, and the real reason for Professor Moriarty's power is revealed.

With David Bannerman , Kate Binchy , Federay Holmes , Jillie Meers and David Sinclair

Dramatised by Denny Martin Flinn Music: David Chiltern and Nicholas Russell-Pavier

Violin played by Steve Bentley Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930109]

Unknown: Nicholas Meyer

Unknown: Simon Callow

Unknown: Sherlock Holmes

Unknown: Ian Hogg

Unknown: Karl Johnson

Unknown: Sigmund Freud.

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Federay Holmes

Unknown: Jillie Meers

Unknown: David Sinclair

Dramatised By: Denny Martin Flinn

Music: David Chiltern

Violin: Nicholas Russell-Pavier

Played By: Steve Bentley

Director: Jane Morgan.

Professor Moriarty: David King

Mycroft Holmes: Philip Voss

Baron von Leinsdorf: Matthew Morgan

Nancy Osborn Slater: Melinda Walker

Baroness von Leinsdorf: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Hugo von Hofmamistlwl: Wolf Kahler

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930116]

Gun before Butter The last of three dramatisations of Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winning novels.

Nicolas Freeling 's story tells of a body, an abandoned Mercedes coupe and the daughter of a dead conductor.

Inspector Van der Valk is not sure what he is investigating.

Adapted and directed by Philip Martin Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930116]

Unknown: Nicolas Freeling

Unknown: Van Der Valk

Directed By: Philip Martin

Van der Valk: Ian Hogg

Lucienne: Sophie Thompson

Samson: Geoff Serle

Stam: Roger Hume

Solange: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Arlette: Sunny Ormande

Hart: David Vann

Bernard: Alan Devereux

Royaard: David Frederickson

Rustenberg: David Curnow

Markiewics: Paul Webster

Westdijk: Simon Carter

Vogel: Dominic Taylor

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930123]

Anzacs over England

Gloucestershire 1918 - two worlds meet as Australian airmen arrive to train as pilots.

David Goodland 's play was staged at the Swan Theatre, Worcester, last summer and is performed for radio by the original cast.

Music arranged and played by the cast

Director Pat Trueman. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930123]

Unknown: David Goodland

Director: Pat Trueman.

Annie Pope: Miranda Pleasence

2nd Lieut Jeff Rylands: Richard S Huggett

Ernie Pope: Ben Fox

2nd Air Mechanic Vic Walsh: Jaime Robertson

Frank Pope: Owen John O'Mahoney

Lily Pope: Vivienne Moore

Colonel Toby Watt: Stu Cochrane

Captain Les Driscol: Campbell Graham

Darcy Jones: Richard Hague

Ivor Pope: Andrew Rattenbury

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930130]

The Black Birds of St Giles by Robert Birmingham. Tobias is taken by slave traders from his village in Africa and brought to

London to be a page boy to a wealthy English family. Petted, pampered and educated as a child, his life begins to change as he becomes a man.

Director Anne Edyvean. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930130]

Director: Anne Edyvean.

Tobiasa Boy: Ben Wynter

Tobias a Man: Akim Mogaji

Mr Scofietd: John Fleming

Mrs Scofield: Melinda Walker

Queeme: Jillie Meers

Amelia as a Girl: Annatt Bass

a WomanAmelia: Sandra James Young

Captain Roper: Keith Drinkel

Mark Ali: Colin McFarlane

Bella: Susan Aderin

Howard: John Webb

Joiejoe: Clarence Smith

Trim: Malcolm Frederick

Baj: David Harewood

Alison: Federay Holmes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930206]

Crossed Lines by David Halliwell.

Abwin, desperate to clear debts to the tune of L88,000, finds himself talking to a woman on a crossed line. She has heard his story and would like to help out. Of course Abwin will meet her - he has nothing to lose.

Director Philip Martin. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930206]

Unknown: David Halliwell.

Director: Philip Martin.

Abwin: Ian Hogg

Zadia: Claire Faulconbridge

Jackman: Graham Padden

Keal: Terry Molloy

Edie: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Bailey: David Vann

Mr Dabbs: Simon Carter

Mrs Dabbs: Joyce Gibbs

Yatta: Gillian Goodman

Prison Officers: David Halliwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930213]

You Choose by Jonathan Myerson.

Encountering an old flame on the Tube, Zoe's comfortable life begins to disintegrate as Simon's dark vision starts to dominate her world.

Music: David Chiltern and Nick Russell-Pavier

Director Jonathan Myerson. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930213]

Unknown: Jonathan Myerson.

Music: David Chiltern

Music: Nick Russell-Pavier

Director: Jonathan Myerson.

Zoe: Amanda Root

Simon: Nathaniel Parker

Greg: Jonathan Cullen

Stella: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Nick: Nicholas Hutchison

Jenny: Federay Holmes

Lord Harry: Jonathan Adams

Paul: David Holt

Emma: Sandra James Young

Sales Assistant: Matthew Morgan

Security Guard: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930220]

Darling Peidi by Shelagh Stepenson. The true story of Edith Thompson , who, with Freddy Bywaters , was charged with the murder of her husband Percy in October 1922.

Producer Jeremy Mortimer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930220]

Unknown: Shelagh Stepenson.

Unknown: Edith Thompson

Unknown: Freddy Bywaters

Producer: Jeremy Mortimer

Edith Thompson: Rachel Joyce

Freddy Bywaters: Charles Simpson

Percy Thompson: Peter Wight

Avis Groydon: Theresa Streatfeild

Mr Graydon: Norman Bird

Mrs Graydon: Gudrun Ure

Rose/Wardress: Siriol Jenkins

Elsie/Wardress: Joanna Myers

Mr Stern: David Learner

Henry Curtis-Bennett: Mark Lambert

Tlwmas Inskip: Brett Usher

Mr Justice Shearman: Jonathan Adams

ClerklChaplain: Nicholas Murchie

Foreman/Officer: Peter Gunn

Prison Governor: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930227]

Unreasonable Behaviour

Faced with a political and sexual scandal, an ambitious local councillor finds his marriage and career on the brink of collapse. Christopher Reason's play won the 1992 Writers' Guild New

Play Award, and Siriol

Jenkins was awarded the Radio Times Best

Newcomer Award.

Prison Officers

PETER PENRY JONES , GORDON REID Director Marilyn Imrie

SEE PREVIEW page 4

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930227]

Unknown: Peter Penry Jones

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Alan McAndrew: Russell Dixon

Judy Morrison: Siriol Jenkins

Steve Malone: Keith Drinkel

Joanne Malone: Gillian Bevan

Mary Douglas: Melanie Hudson

Joanne's solicitor: Theresa Streatfeild

Ruth: Joanna Wake

Colin Sanders: Peter Gunn

Harry Greenwood: Eric Allan

Councillor Curtis: John Church

Councillor Hunt: Jonathan Adams

Alan's solicitor: David Learner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930306]

Free Agent

In Danny Schiller 's play, Richard, on holiday in Devon, is forced to stay in a small village. At first, it seems just like an idyllic picture postcard, but Richard's perception of rural life is about to be challenged on every level.

Director Sue Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930306]

Unknown: Danny Schiller

Director: Sue Wilson

Richard: Michael Maloney

Anna: Louise Jameson

Gareth: David Holt

Giles: Christopher Scott

LindajMrs Chugg: Sunny Ormonde

Stan: David King

Paul: David Thorpe

Bev: Melanie Hudson

Vicar/Geoffrey: John Fleming

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930327]

The Incarceration of Hubert Gray by Shaun Prendergast. In a newly privatised prison of the future, crooked financier

Hubert Gray is placed in a cell with the child murderer

Davies (played by the author himself).

Director Adrian Bean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930327]

Unknown: Hubert Gray

Unknown: Shaun Prendergast.

Director: Adrian Bean

Hubert Gray: Nigel Anthony

Davies: Shaun Prendergast

Chubb: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Diamond: Phillp Anthony

SkaggS: David Thorpe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930403]

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Saturday Night Theatre - the oldest title in broadcasting for a play series - presents a murder mystery, a form which has proved one of the most popular over the years. The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie.

Can death be brought about by remote control? Mark Easterbrooke discovers that witchcraft and black magic can induce a terrifying series of events. with Geraldine Fitzgerald , Teresa Gallagher , Melinda Walker , Matthew Morgan ,

Melanie Hudson , Diana Payan , Philip Anthony , John Church.

Sandra James-Young , Kate Binchy , Keith Drinkel and David Thorpe

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930403]

Unknown: Agatha Christie.

Unknown: Mark Easterbrooke

Unknown: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Unknown: Teresa Gallagher

Unknown: Melinda Walker

Unknown: Matthew Morgan

Unknown: Melanie Hudson

Unknown: Diana Payan

Unknown: Philip Anthony

Unknown: Sandra James-Young

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: David Thorpe

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams

Mark Easterbrooke: Jeremy Clyde

Ariadne Oliver: Stephanie Cole

Mr Venables: Terence Alexander

Thyrza Grey: Mary Wimbush

Sybil: Jill Graham

Bella: Hilda Schroder

Ginger: Federay Holmes

Inspector Lejeune: Jonathan Adams

Jim Corrigan: Stephen Hodson

Rhoda Despard: Jillie Meers

Colonel Despard: John Evitts

Zachariah Osbome: John Fleming

Bradley: John Baddeley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930410]

Lent

Michael Wilcox 's award-winning stage play in a new radio production. It is set in a boys' prep school during the Easter vacation of 1956. Producer Marilyn Imrie

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930410]

Unknown: Michael Wilcox

Producer: Marilyn Imrie

Mrs Blake: Stephanie Cole

Mrs Edwards: Mollie Sugden

Mr Edwards: Geoffrey Palmer

Mr Maitland: Ronald Herdman

Young Paul: Ben Holden

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930417]

Meeting Bea starsand

, in Eric Pringle 's new play.

In 1927, children's author Beatrix Potter was living the life of a recluse as Mrs

Beatrix Heelis. The arrival at her Lake District home of an American publisher and an admiring

Lancashire mill girl bring back painful memories of an appalling childhood and youth.

Director Adrian Bean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930417]

Unknown: Eric Pringle

Unknown: Beatrix Potter

Unknown: Beatrix Heelis.

Director: Adrian Bean

Beatrix Potter: Stephanie Cole

her husband William: Clive Swift

Alexander McKay: Ed Bishop

Sally Worboys: Caroline Strong

Mrs Potter: Irene Sutcliffe

Norman Wame: John Church

Young Beatrix: Federay Holmes

Bertram: James Telfer

Shopkeeper: Jill Graham

Tom Storey: Lloyd Johnston

Matson: Jonathan Adams

Woman: Melanie Hudson

Lanecashire Girl: Melanie Hudson

Joseph: John Webb

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930424]

Knox Bay by Elspeth Sandys.

Jenny is only 12 but that doesn't stop her thinking about sex and love, though she doesn't yet know the difference between them. The arrival of a new teacher in the close-knit community of Knox Bay opens her eyes, but it also splits the place apart.

With Ben Fraser , Aisa Fraser ,

Colin Louisson , Kate Louisson , Dominic Letts and Diana Payan Pianist Michael Haslam

Director Jane Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930424]

Unknown: Knox Bay

Unknown: Elspeth Sandys.

Unknown: Ben Fraser

Unknown: Aisa Fraser

Unknown: Colin Louisson

Unknown: Kate Louisson

Unknown: Dominic Letts

Pianist: Diana Payan

Pianist: Michael Haslam

Director: Jane Morgan

Tom Matheson: Michael McGrath

Jennie Anderson: Federay Holmes

Kath Anderson: Barbara Ewing

Ron Anderson: David Brocklehurst

Coin Anderson: Scott Ransome

Mary Begg: Susannah Corbett

Digger Begg: John Turnbull

Vin Begg: Phillipa Dann

Rex Ballantyne: Kate Binchy

Minnie Verity: Jill Graham

Pat Mullins: William Brandt

Possum: Alan Rowe

Albert Kingi: Matthew Sim

Kevin Bickerstaff: John Webb

Lily Wedderspoon: Jillie Meers

Harry Anderson: John Forgeham

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930501]

Crippen by William Ingram , adapted from Emlyn Williams 's book, Dr Crippen Diary.

In 1910 Dr Crippen was hanged for the murder of his wife but what really happened on the night she died?

Pianist Tim Riley

Director Alison Hindell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930501]

Unknown: William Ingram

Unknown: Emlyn Williams

Unknown: Dr Crippen Diary.

Pianist: Tim Riley

Director: Alison Hindell

Crippen: Charles Kay

Inspector Dew: Ivor Roberts

Ethel: Sue Broomfield

Cora: Debora Weston

Paul: John Webb

Lilian: Pam Hopkins

Sergeant: Simon Ludders

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930508]

Between Two Worlds by William Stanton.

A government employee, imprisoned for leaking a secret document to the press, celebrates her freedom with a trip to the Caribbean. She has gone there to write a book about her experience and to find peace and solitude, but her stay brings danger and excitement, as she finds herself plunged into events beyond her control. With

Director Cherry Cookson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930508]

Unknown: William Stanton.

Director: Cherry Cookson

Miranda: Geraldine James

Kennedy: Norman Rodway

Maurice: Patterson Joseph

Charles: Michael Cochrane

Mrs Johnson: Isabelle Lucas

Interrogator: John Evitts

Sergeant White: Clarence Smith

Mrs Blackham: Jill Graham

Lettuce: Jillie Meers

Carmen: Sandra James-Young

Marine: David Holt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930515]

Seven Foot with a Wooden Leg by Peter King.

This revealing and frequently humorous look at the life of a young man growing up in Cardiff in 1959 is adapted from a semi-autobiographical novel by the late author, who was also a radio drama producer.

Dramatised by Gerry Jones Director Martin Jenkins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930515]

Unknown: Peter King.

Dramatised By: Gerry Jones

Director: Martin Jenkins

David: Matthew Morgan

Trent: Gerald James

Claire: Emma Fielding

Jill: Siriol Jenkins

Christine: Rachel Atkins

David's Mam: Elizabeth Morgan

David's Dad: Richard Dames

Wendy: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Ted: Julian Rhind-Tutt

Vicky: Ruth Jones

Grant: John Baddeley

Mr Roderick: Keith Drinkel

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930522]

Amarok by Peter Francis Browne. Set in the early 18th century, the story of Amarok, an Eskimo, who was discovered drifting in his kayak off the north-east coast of Scotland.

Some days later he died of a common cold. But what if he had survived?

Director Shaun MacLoughlin

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930522]

Unknown: Peter Francis Browne.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Amarok: Bill Wallis

Fraser: Iain Cuthbertson

Margot: Juliet Prew

Henry: David Bannerman

Siko: Ingrid Wiseman

Mrs Cotterill: Phyllida Nash

Croker: Bob Docherty

Roberts: John Church

McGUl: James Telfer

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930529]

Victory with Ian Holm and Nathaniel Parker.

Guy Meredith 's play is set in postwar Germany where Langley, a young English officer, has been posted to organise the coal industry in a remote area. Before the war Erdmann, who is in charge of the mine, was a distinguished scientist. It becomes apparent that Langley's mission is actually more to do with Erdmann's past than his present. with Julian Rhind Tutt

Director Cherry Cookson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930529]

Unknown: Ian Holm

Unknown: Nathaniel Parker.

Unknown: Guy Meredith

Unknown: Julian Rhind Tutt

Director: Cherry Cookson

Erdmann: Ian Holm

Langley: Nathaniel Parker

Quinn: Kenneth Cranham

Use: Susie Brann

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931211]

Merlin and Arthur on the Way to Glastonbury from Deptford High

Street (Not Forgetting Whatserface) Nigel Baldwin 's rumbustious comedy is a reworking of the famous legend.

Merlin's magic has been a little less efficacious than he would have liked. As far as he can tell, Arthur is stuck in Deptford in the 20th century and Merlin needs him back in the Dark Ages to save the world.

Director Richard Wortley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931211]

Unknown: Nigel Baldwin

Director: Richard Wortley

Merlin: Nicholas Le Prevost

Tony: Dexter Fletcher

Fayma: Lesley Sharpe

Geoff: Christopher Godwin

Arthur: Neville Jason

Ragnel: Tina Gray

Mick: Paul Panting

Evelyn: Vivienne Rochester

Trish: Frances Jeater

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930102]

The Night of Wenceslas In Lionel Davidson 's

Golden Dagger award-winning thriller of 1960, young Nicolas Whistler becomes unwittingly involved in a dangerous spying mission to Prague.

Dramatised by Frederick Bradnum Director Matthew Walters.

0 DRAMA: page 4

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930102]

Unknown: Lionel Davidson

Unknown: Nicolas Whistler

Dramatised By: Frederick Bradnum

Director: Matthew Walters.

Nicolas: Rupert Graves

Old Nicolas: John Horsley

Vlasta: Joanna Kanska

Vowells: Jonathan Adams

Pavelka: Sandor Eles

Galushka: Steve Hodson

Nimck Roddinghead: John Webb

Maura: Teresa McElroy

Mrs Nolan, Maminka: Linda Polan

Josef: Philip Anthony

Imre: John Church

1st Agent: Matthew Morgan

2nd Agent: Keith Drinkel

Paula: Federay Holmes

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930109]

The Seven Per Cent

Solution

Continuing the series of Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winners, a dramatisation of Nicholas Meyer 's irreverent hommage to the Great Detective.

Starring Simon Callow as Sherlock Holmes , Ian Hogg as Dr Watson and Karl Johnson as Sigmund Freud.

The riddle of Holmes's disappearance at the Reichenbach Falls is solved, and the real reason for Professor Moriarty's power is revealed.

With David Bannerman , Kate Binchy , Federay Holmes , Jillie Meers and David Sinclair

Dramatised by Denny Martin Flinn Music: David Chiltern and Nicholas Russell-Pavier

Violin played by Steve Bentley Director Jane Morgan. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930109]

Unknown: Nicholas Meyer

Unknown: Simon Callow

Unknown: Sherlock Holmes

Unknown: Ian Hogg

Unknown: Karl Johnson

Unknown: Sigmund Freud.

Unknown: David Bannerman

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Federay Holmes

Unknown: Jillie Meers

Unknown: David Sinclair

Dramatised By: Denny Martin Flinn

Music: David Chiltern

Violin: Nicholas Russell-Pavier

Played By: Steve Bentley

Director: Jane Morgan.

Professor Moriarty: David King

Mycroft Holmes: Philip Voss

Baron von Leinsdorf: Matthew Morgan

Nancy Osborn Slater: Melinda Walker

Baroness von Leinsdorf: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Hugo von Hofmamistlwl: Wolf Kahler

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930116]

Gun before Butter The last of three dramatisations of Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winning novels.

Nicolas Freeling 's story tells of a body, an abandoned Mercedes coupe and the daughter of a dead conductor.

Inspector Van der Valk is not sure what he is investigating.

Adapted and directed by Philip Martin Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930116]

Unknown: Nicolas Freeling

Unknown: Van Der Valk

Directed By: Philip Martin

Van der Valk: Ian Hogg

Lucienne: Sophie Thompson

Samson: Geoff Serle

Stam: Roger Hume

Solange: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Arlette: Sunny Ormande

Hart: David Vann

Bernard: Alan Devereux

Royaard: David Frederickson

Rustenberg: David Curnow

Markiewics: Paul Webster

Westdijk: Simon Carter

Vogel: Dominic Taylor

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930123]

Anzacs over England

Gloucestershire 1918 - two worlds meet as Australian airmen arrive to train as pilots.

David Goodland 's play was staged at the Swan Theatre, Worcester, last summer and is performed for radio by the original cast.

Music arranged and played by the cast

Director Pat Trueman. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930123]

Unknown: David Goodland

Director: Pat Trueman.

Annie Pope: Miranda Pleasence

2nd Lieut Jeff Rylands: Richard S Huggett

Ernie Pope: Ben Fox

2nd Air Mechanic Vic Walsh: Jaime Robertson

Frank Pope: Owen John O'Mahoney

Lily Pope: Vivienne Moore

Colonel Toby Watt: Stu Cochrane

Captain Les Driscol: Campbell Graham

Darcy Jones: Richard Hague

Ivor Pope: Andrew Rattenbury

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930130]

The Black Birds of St Giles by Robert Birmingham. Tobias is taken by slave traders from his village in Africa and brought to

London to be a page boy to a wealthy English family. Petted, pampered and educated as a child, his life begins to change as he becomes a man.

Director Anne Edyvean. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930130]

Director: Anne Edyvean.

Tobiasa Boy: Ben Wynter

Tobias a Man: Akim Mogaji

Mr Scofietd: John Fleming

Mrs Scofield: Melinda Walker

Queeme: Jillie Meers

Amelia as a Girl: Annatt Bass

a WomanAmelia: Sandra James Young

Captain Roper: Keith Drinkel

Mark Ali: Colin McFarlane

Bella: Susan Aderin

Howard: John Webb

Joiejoe: Clarence Smith

Trim: Malcolm Frederick

Baj: David Harewood

Alison: Federay Holmes

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930206]

Crossed Lines by David Halliwell.

Abwin, desperate to clear debts to the tune of L88,000, finds himself talking to a woman on a crossed line. She has heard his story and would like to help out. Of course Abwin will meet her - he has nothing to lose.

Director Philip Martin. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930206]

Unknown: David Halliwell.

Director: Philip Martin.

Abwin: Ian Hogg

Zadia: Claire Faulconbridge

Jackman: Graham Padden

Keal: Terry Molloy

Edie: Kathryn Hurlbutt

Bailey: David Vann

Mr Dabbs: Simon Carter

Mrs Dabbs: Joyce Gibbs

Yatta: Gillian Goodman

Prison Officers: David Halliwell

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930213]

You Choose by Jonathan Myerson.

Encountering an old flame on the Tube, Zoe's comfortable life begins to disintegrate as Simon's dark vision starts to dominate her world.

Music: David Chiltern and Nick Russell-Pavier

Director Jonathan Myerson. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930213]

Unknown: Jonathan Myerson.

Music: David Chiltern

Music: Nick Russell-Pavier

Director: Jonathan Myerson.

Zoe: Amanda Root

Simon: Nathaniel Parker

Greg: Jonathan Cullen

Stella: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Nick: Nicholas Hutchison

Jenny: Federay Holmes

Lord Harry: Jonathan Adams

Paul: David Holt

Emma: Sandra James Young

Sales Assistant: Matthew Morgan

Security Guard: Keith Drinkel

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930220]

Darling Peidi by Shelagh Stepenson. The true story of Edith Thompson , who, with Freddy Bywaters , was charged with the murder of her husband Percy in October 1922.

Producer Jeremy Mortimer

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930220]

Unknown: Shelagh Stepenson.

Unknown: Edith Thompson

Unknown: Freddy Bywaters

Producer: Jeremy Mortimer

Edith Thompson: Rachel Joyce

Freddy Bywaters: Charles Simpson

Percy Thompson: Peter Wight

Avis Groydon: Theresa Streatfeild

Mr Graydon: Norman Bird

Mrs Graydon: Gudrun Ure

Rose/Wardress: Siriol Jenkins

Elsie/Wardress: Joanna Myers

Mr Stern: David Learner

Henry Curtis-Bennett: Mark Lambert

Tlwmas Inskip: Brett Usher

Mr Justice Shearman: Jonathan Adams

ClerklChaplain: Nicholas Murchie

Foreman/Officer: Peter Gunn

Prison Governor: Keith Drinkel

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930227]

Unreasonable Behaviour

Faced with a political and sexual scandal, an ambitious local councillor finds his marriage and career on the brink of collapse. Christopher Reason's play won the 1992 Writers' Guild New

Play Award, and Siriol

Jenkins was awarded the Radio Times Best

Newcomer Award.

Prison Officers

..PETER PENRY JONES , GORDON REID Director Marilyn Imrie

SEE PREVIEW page 4

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930227]

Unknown: Peter Penry Jones

Director: Marilyn Imrie

Alan McAndrew: Russell Dixon

Judy Morrison: Siriol Jenkins

Steve Malone: Keith Drinkel

Joanne Malone: Gillian Bevan

Mary Douglas: Melanie Hudson

Joanne's solicitor: Theresa Streatfeild

Ruth: Joanna Wake

Colin Sanders: Peter Gunn

Harry Greenwood: Eric Allan

Councillor Curtis: John Church

Councillor Hunt: Jonathan Adams

Alan's solicitor: David Learner

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930306]

Free Agent

In Danny Schiller 's play, Richard, on holiday in Devon, is forced to stay in a small village. At first, it seems just like an idyllic picture postcard, but Richard's perception of rural life is about to be challenged on every level.

Director Sue Wilson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930306]

Unknown: Danny Schiller

Director: Sue Wilson

Richard: Michael Maloney

Anna: Louise Jameson

Gareth: David Holt

Giles: Christopher Scott

LindajMrs Chugg: Sunny Ormonde

Stan: David King

Paul: David Thorpe

Bev: Melanie Hudson

Vicar/Geoffrey: John Fleming

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930327]

The Incarceration of Hubert Gray by Shaun Prendergast. In a newly privatised prison of the future, crooked financier

Hubert Gray is placed in a cell with the child murderer

Davies (played by the author himself).

Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930327]

Unknown: Hubert Gray

Unknown: Shaun Prendergast.

Unknown: Hubert Gray

Director: Adrian Bean

Hubert Gray: Nigel Anthony

Davies: Shaun Prendergast

Chubb: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Diamond: Phillp Anthony

SkaggS: David Thorpe

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930403]

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Saturday Night Theatre - the oldest title in broadcasting for a play series - presents a murder mystery, a form which has proved one of the most popular over the years. The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie.

Can death be brought about by remote control? Mark Easterbrooke discovers that witchcraft and black magic can induce a terrifying series of events. with Geraldine Fitzgerald , Teresa Gallagher , Melinda Walker , Matthew Morgan ,

Melanie Hudson , Diana Payan , Philip Anthony , John Church.

Sandra James-Young , Kate Binchy , Keith Drinkel and David Thorpe

Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930403]

Unknown: Agatha Christie.

Unknown: Mark Easterbrooke

Unknown: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Unknown: Teresa Gallagher

Unknown: Melinda Walker

Unknown: Matthew Morgan

Unknown: Melanie Hudson

Unknown: Diana Payan

Unknown: Philip Anthony

Unknown: Sandra James-Young

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Keith Drinkel

Unknown: David Thorpe

Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell

Director: Enyd Williams

Mark Easterbrooke: Jeremy Clyde

Ariadne Oliver: Stephanie Cole

Mr Venables: Terence Alexander

Thyrza Grey: Mary Wimbush

Sybil: Jill Graham

Bella: Hilda Schroder

Ginger: Federay Holmes

Inspector Lejeune: Jonathan Adams

Jim Corrigan: Stephen Hodson

Rhoda Despard: Jillie Meers

Colonel Despard: John Evitts

Zachariah Osbome: John Fleming

Bradley: John Baddeley

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930410]

Lent

Michael Wilcox 's award-winning stage play in a new radio production. It is set in a boys' prep school during the Easter vacation of 1956. Producer Marilyn Imrie

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930410]

Unknown: Michael Wilcox

Producer: Marilyn Imrie

Mrs Blake: Stephanie Cole

Mrs Edwards: Mollie Sugden

Mr Edwards: Geoffrey Palmer

Mr Maitland: Ronald Herdman

Young Paul: Ben Holden

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930417]

Meeting Bea starsand

, in Eric Pringle 's new play.

In 1927, children's author Beatrix Potter was living the life of a recluse as Mrs

Beatrix Heelis. The arrival at her Lake District home of an American publisher and an admiring

Lancashire mill girl bring back painful memories of an appalling childhood and youth.

Director Adrian Bean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930417]

Unknown: Eric Pringle

Unknown: Beatrix Potter

Unknown: Beatrix Heelis.

Director: Adrian Bean

Beatrix Potter: Stephanie Cole

her husband William: Clive Swift

Alexander McKay: Ed Bishop

Sally Worboys: Caroline Strong

Mrs Potter: Irene Sutcliffe

Norman Wame: John Church

Young Beatrix: Federay Holmes

Bertram: James Telfer

Shopkeeper: Jill Graham

Tom Storey: Lloyd Johnston

Matson: Jonathan Adams

Woman: Melanie Hudson

Lanecashire Girl: Melanie Hudson

Joseph: John Webb

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930424]

Knox Bay by Elspeth Sandys.

Jenny is only 12 but that doesn't stop her thinking about sex and love, though she doesn't yet know the difference between them. The arrival of a new teacher in the close-knit community of Knox Bay opens her eyes, but it also splits the place apart.

With Ben Fraser , Aisa Fraser ,

Colin Louisson , Kate Louisson , Dominic Letts and Diana Payan Pianist Michael Haslam

Director Jane Morgan

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930424]

Unknown: Knox Bay

Unknown: Elspeth Sandys.

Unknown: Knox Bay

Unknown: Ben Fraser

Unknown: Aisa Fraser

Unknown: Colin Louisson

Unknown: Kate Louisson

Unknown: Dominic Letts

Pianist: Diana Payan

Pianist: Michael Haslam

Director: Jane Morgan

Tom Matheson: Michael McGrath

Jennie Anderson: Federay Holmes

Kath Anderson: Barbara Ewing

Ron Anderson: David Brocklehurst

Coin Anderson: Scott Ransome

Mary Begg: Susannah Corbett

Digger Begg: John Turnbull

Vin Begg: Phillipa Dann

Rex Ballantyne: Kate Binchy

Minnie Verity: Jill Graham

Pat Mullins: William Brandt

Possum: Alan Rowe

Albert Kingi: Matthew Sim

Kevin Bickerstaff: John Webb

Lily Wedderspoon: Jillie Meers

Harry Anderson: John Forgeham

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930501]

Crippen by William Ingram , adapted from Emlyn Williams 's book, Dr Crippen Diary.

In 1910 Dr Crippen was hanged for the murder of his wife but what really happened on the night she died?

Pianist Tim Riley

Director Alison Hindell

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930501]

Unknown: William Ingram

Unknown: Emlyn Williams

Unknown: Dr Crippen Diary.

Pianist: Tim Riley

Director: Alison Hindell

Crippen: Charles Kay

Inspector Dew: Ivor Roberts

Ethel: Sue Broomfield

Cora: Debora Weston

Paul: John Webb

Lilian: Pam Hopkins

Sergeant: Simon Ludders

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930508]

Between Two Worlds by William Stanton.

A government employee, imprisoned for leaking a secret document to the press, celebrates her freedom with a trip to the Caribbean. She has gone there to write a book about her experience and to find peace and solitude, but her stay brings danger and excitement, as she finds herself plunged into events beyond her control. With

Director Cherry Cookson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930508]

Unknown: William Stanton.

Director: Cherry Cookson

Miranda: Geraldine James

Kennedy: Norman Rodway

Maurice: Patterson Joseph

Charles: Michael Cochrane

Mrs Johnson: Isabelle Lucas

Interrogator: John Evitts

Sergeant White: Clarence Smith

Mrs Blackham: Jill Graham

Lettuce: Jillie Meers

Carmen: Sandra James-Young

Marine: David Holt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930515]

Seven Foot with a Wooden Leg by Peter King.

This revealing and frequently humorous look at the life of a young man growing up in Cardiff in 1959 is adapted from a semi-autobiographical novel by the late author, who was also a radio drama producer.

Dramatised by Gerry Jones Director Martin Jenkins

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930515]

Unknown: Peter King.

Dramatised By: Gerry Jones

Director: Martin Jenkins

David: Matthew Morgan

Trent: Gerald James

Claire: Emma Fielding

Jill: Siriol Jenkins

Christine: Rachel Atkins

David's Mam: Elizabeth Morgan

David's Dad: Richard Dames

Wendy: Geraldine Fitzgerald

Ted: Julian Rhind-Tutt

Vicky: Ruth Jones

Grant: John Baddeley

Mr Roderick: Keith Drinkel

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930522]

Amarok by Peter Francis Browne. Set in the early 18th century, the story of Amarok, an Eskimo, who was discovered drifting in his kayak off the north-east coast of Scotland.

Some days later he died of a common cold. But what if he had survived?

Director Shaun MacLoughlin

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930522]

Unknown: Peter Francis Browne.

Director: Shaun MacLoughlin

Amarok: Bill Wallis

Fraser: Iain Cuthbertson

Margot: Juliet Prew

Henry: David Bannerman

Siko: Ingrid Wiseman

Mrs Cotterill: Phyllida Nash

Croker: Bob Docherty

Roberts: John Church

McGUl: James Telfer

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930529]

Victory with Ian Holm and Nathaniel Parker.

Guy Meredith 's play is set in postwar Germany where Langley, a young English officer, has been posted to organise the coal industry in a remote area. Before the war Erdmann, who is in charge of the mine, was a distinguished scientist. It becomes apparent that Langley's mission is actually more to do with Erdmann's past than his present. with Julian Rhind Tutt

Director Cherry Cookson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19930529]

Unknown: Ian Holm

Unknown: Nathaniel Parker.

Unknown: Guy Meredith

Unknown: Julian Rhind Tutt

Director: Cherry Cookson

Erdmann: Ian Holm

Langley: Nathaniel Parker

Quinn: Kenneth Cranham

Use: Susie Brann

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19931211]

Merlin and Arthur on the Way to Glastonbury from Deptford High

Street (Not Forgetting Whatserface) Nigel Baldwin 's rumbustious comedy is a reworking of the famous legend.

Merlin's magic has been a little less efficacious than he would have liked. As far as he can tell, Arthur is stuck in Deptford in the 20th century and Merlin needs him back in the Dark Ages to save the world.

Director Richard Wortley

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19931211]

Unknown: Nigel Baldwin

Director: Richard Wortley

Merlin: Nicholas Le Prevost

Tony: Dexter Fletcher

Fayma: Lesley Sharpe

Geoff: Christopher Godwin

Arthur: Neville Jason

Ragnel: Tina Gray

Mick: Paul Panting

Evelyn: Vivienne Rochester

Trish: Frances Jeater

Programme Catalogue - Details: A Craving For Gold19900811

BBC Programme Number: 88DA4660

Recorded on 1990-06-11

Producer: G. JONES

Next in series: MORTAL TERM

Previous in series: THE PETITION

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Attempting to escape a personal tragedy, Detective Eddie Manson runs headlong into his family past and meets a threat to his own life. Written by John NAISMITH and produced by Gerry JONES.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

11 Aug 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

13 Aug 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Martin Jarvis (Actor)

Sean Barrett (Actor)

John Hollis (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

Geoffrey Matthews (Actor)

Cyril Shaps (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Fraser Kerr (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Penelope Lee (Actor)

John Naismith (Author)

Gerry Jones (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: A Craving For Gold19900813

BBC Programme Number: 88DA4660

First broadcast on 1990-08-11

Recorded on 1990-06-11

Producer: G. JONES

Next in series: MORTAL TERM

Previous in series: THE PETITION

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Description

Attempting to escape a personal tragedy, Detective Eddie Manson runs headlong into his family past and meets a threat to his own life. Written by John NAISMITH and produced by Gerry JONES.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

11 Aug 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

13 Aug 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Martin Jarvis (Actor)

Sean Barrett (Actor)

John Hollis (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

Geoffrey Matthews (Actor)

Cyril Shaps (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Fraser Kerr (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Penelope Lee (Actor)

John Naismith (Author)

Gerry Jones (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: A Walk Across The Green19900407

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6010

Recorded on 1990-02-05

Producer: MACLOUGHLIN, S

Next in series: PLATO NOT NATO

Previous in series: THE KORVACK CONSPIRACY

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Description

By Colin Haydn EVANS. One of the most famous unsolved murder mysteries was that of Justice Godfrey during the reign of Charles II. Godfrey was a protes- tant of republican sympathies and it seemed natural to blame the Catholics...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Apr 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

09 Apr 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Bill Wallis (Actor)

Steve Hodson (Actor)

Anthony Jackson (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

William Eedle (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Cornelius Garrett (Actor)

Peter Copley (Actor)

Janet Dale (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Eric Allen (Actor)

Norman Eshley (Actor)

Kate Evans (Actor)

Colin Evans (Author)

Shaun Macloughlin (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: A Walk Across The Green19900409

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6010

First broadcast on 1990-04-07

Recorded on 1990-02-05

Producer: MACLOUGHLIN, S

Next in series: PLATO NOT NATO

Previous in series: THE KORVACK CONSPIRACY

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Description

By Colin Haydn EVANS. One of the most famous unsolved murder mysteries was that of Justice Godfrey during the reign of Charles II. Godfrey was a protes- tant of republican sympathies and it seemed natural to blame the Catholics...

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Apr 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

09 Apr 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Bill Wallis (Actor)

Steve Hodson (Actor)

Anthony Jackson (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

William Eedle (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Cornelius Garrett (Actor)

Peter Copley (Actor)

Janet Dale (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Eric Allen (Actor)

Norman Eshley (Actor)

Kate Evans (Actor)

Colin Evans (Author)

Shaun Macloughlin (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Alpha Male19900616

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6425

Recorded on 1990-03-30

Producer: M. FOX

Next in series: MY DAD'S A NERO

Previous in series: NIGHT FALLS ON THE CITY

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Description

Brash American zoologist Tad Tucker disturbs the peace of a chimpanzee res- earch station in Africa. Deception, jealousy and murder are the ingredients for a movie-style thriller.

Subject Categories

thrillers (drama) (genre)

Broadcast history

16 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

18 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Iain Cuthbertson (Actor)

Daphne Oxenford (Actor)

Michael Feast (Actor)

Susan Tracy (Actor)

Victoria Finney (Actor)

Michael Boone (Actor)

John Capps (Actor)

Christopher Hedgethorne (Author)

Michael Fox (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Alpha Male19900618

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6425

First broadcast on 1990-06-16

Recorded on 1990-03-30

Producer: M. FOX

Next in series: MY DAD'S A NERO

Previous in series: NIGHT FALLS ON THE CITY

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Description

Brash American zoologist Tad Tucker disturbs the peace of a chimpanzee res- earch station in Africa. Deception, jealousy and murder are the ingredients for a movie-style thriller.

Subject Categories

thrillers (drama) (genre)

Broadcast history

16 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

18 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Iain Cuthbertson (Actor)

Daphne Oxenford (Actor)

Michael Feast (Actor)

Susan Tracy (Actor)

Victoria Finney (Actor)

Michael Boone (Actor)

John Capps (Actor)

Christopher Hedgethorne (Author)

Michael Fox (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Badger By Owl Light19900512

BBC Programme Number: 90DA0008

Recorded on 1990-03-15

Producer: CONN, S

Next in series: SOUTH BY SOUTH EAST

Previous in series: THE LITTLE FATHER

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Description

By Edward BOYD. 'I'll go hunt the badger by owl-light; 'tis a deed of darkness...'.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

12 May 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Tony Robinson (Actor)

Crawford Logan (Actor)

Diana Olsson (Actor)

Anne Kristen (Actor)

Ian Stewart (Actor)

Michael Mackenzie (Actor)

Sarah Collier (Actor)

James Cairncross (Actor)

Edward Judd (Actor)

Nicola Ferguson-Smith (Actor)

Andrew Mcrobb (Actor)

Edward Boyd (Author)

Stewart Conn (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Brummell Abroad19900714

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2577

Recorded on 1990-06-08

Producer: S. FOX

Next in series: THE POPE'S BROTHER

Previous in series: SPANISH GOLD

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Description

"Clothes make us Monarchs!" - The famous dandy lives out his creed of elegance in poverty-stricken exile in France. Play written by Bernard DA COSTA, translated and adapted by David BUCK, produced by Michael FOX.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

16 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Donald Gee (Actor)

Trevor Peacock (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Auriol Smith (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Madeline Smith (Actor)

Peter Lindford (Actor)

Stuart Harrison (actor (act)) (Actor)

Bernard Da Costa (Author)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Brummell Abroad19900716

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2577

First broadcast on 1990-07-14

Recorded on 1990-06-08

Producer: S. FOX

Next in series: THE POPE'S BROTHER

Previous in series: SPANISH GOLD

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Description

"Clothes make us Monarchs!" - The famous dandy lives out his creed of elegance in poverty-stricken exile in France. Play written by Bernard DA COSTA, translated and adapted by David BUCK, produced by Michael FOX.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

14 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

16 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Donald Gee (Actor)

Trevor Peacock (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Auriol Smith (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Madeline Smith (Actor)

Peter Lindford (Actor)

Stuart Harrison (actor (act)) (Actor)

Bernard Da Costa (Author)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Coming From Together19900217

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2912

Recorded on 1989-10-04

Producer: M. FOX

Next in series: THE ORGANGRINDERS MONKEY

Previous in series: PERSONAL LUGGAGE

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By Dave DICK. When teacher Barry meets former pupil Azi in a casino, Barry's life takes off in a whirl of smuggled gold and forged bank notes. Is this what he always wanted out of life?

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 Feb 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

19 Feb 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mohammed Ashiq

Ann Rye (Actor)

Pearce Quigley (Actor)

Amerjit Deu (Actor)

Robin Polley (Actor)

Judy Brooke (Actor)

Pam Buckle (Actor)

Dave Dick (Author)

Michael Fox (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Coming From Together19900219

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2912

First broadcast on 1990-02-17

Recorded on 1989-10-04

Producer: M. FOX

Next in series: THE ORGANGRINDERS MONKEY

Previous in series: PERSONAL LUGGAGE

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Description

By Dave DICK. When teacher Barry meets former pupil Azi in a casino, Barry's life takes off in a whirl of smuggled gold and forged bank notes. Is this what he always wanted out of life?

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

17 Feb 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

19 Feb 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mohammed Ashiq

Ann Rye (Actor)

Pearce Quigley (Actor)

Amerjit Deu (Actor)

Robin Polley (Actor)

Judy Brooke (Actor)

Pam Buckle (Actor)

Dave Dick (Author)

Michael Fox (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Marie Lloyd, Queen Of The Halls19900825

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6654

Recorded on 1990-08-07

Producer: J. WHITAKER

Next in series: THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU

Previous in series: MORTAL TERM

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Description

After collapsing on stage one day in 1922 Marie Lloyd lies dying, battered by life, drink and hard work. The star recalls her songs, her audiences, her triumphs and disasters. Written by Steve TRAFFORD, produced by Janet WHITAKER.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

25 Aug 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

27 Aug 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

29 Jul 1991 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Timothy Bateson (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Nigel Carrington (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Jenny Howe (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Robert Lister (Actor)

Kilian Mckenna (Actor)

Sarah Mansfield (Actor)

Steve Trafford (adap)

Jack Glover (Composer)

Stephen Rose (mus)

Maurice Cambridge (mus)

Noel Langley (mus)

Steve Wilks (mus)

Roy Babington (mus)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Marie Lloyd, Queen Of The Halls19900827

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6654

First broadcast on 1990-08-25

Recorded on 1990-08-07

Producer: J. WHITAKER

Next in series: THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU

Previous in series: MORTAL TERM

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Description

After collapsing on stage one day in 1922 Marie Lloyd lies dying, battered by life, drink and hard work. The star recalls her songs, her audiences, her triumphs and disasters. Written by Steve TRAFFORD, produced by Janet WHITAKER.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

25 Aug 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

27 Aug 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

29 Jul 1991 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Timothy Bateson (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

Susan Sheridan (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Nigel Carrington (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Jenny Howe (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Robert Lister (Actor)

Kilian Mckenna (Actor)

Sarah Mansfield (Actor)

Steve Trafford (adap)

Jack Glover (Composer)

Stephen Rose (mus)

Maurice Cambridge (mus)

Noel Langley (mus)

Steve Wilks (mus)

Roy Babington (mus)

Janet Whitaker (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Mortal Term19900818

BBC Programme Number: 88DA4335

Recorded on 1990-07-09

Producer: M. JENKINS

Next in series: MARIE LLOYD, QUEEN OF THE HALLS

Previous in series: A CRAVING FOR GOLD

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Description

John PENN's Cotswold thriller, where a hitch-hiker is found dead and Det Supt Thorne is called in to investigate. Dramatised by Melville JONES and produced by Martin JENKINS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

18 Aug 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

20 Aug 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

08 Mar 1993 14:02-15:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Stuart Organ (Actor)

Jonathan Tafler (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

Andrew Branch (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

John Samson (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Victoria Carling (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Auriol Smith (Actor)

Penelope Lee (Actor)

John Castle (Actor)

Melville Jones (adap)

John Penn (Author)

Martin Jenkins (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Mortal Term19900820

BBC Programme Number: 88DA4335

First broadcast on 1990-08-18

Recorded on 1990-07-09

Producer: M. JENKINS

Next in series: MARIE LLOYD, QUEEN OF THE HALLS

Previous in series: A CRAVING FOR GOLD

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Description

John PENN's Cotswold thriller, where a hitch-hiker is found dead and Det Supt Thorne is called in to investigate. Dramatised by Melville JONES and produced by Martin JENKINS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

18 Aug 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

20 Aug 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

08 Mar 1993 14:02-15:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Stuart Organ (Actor)

Jonathan Tafler (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

Andrew Branch (Actor)

James Greene (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

John Samson (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Victoria Carling (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Auriol Smith (Actor)

Penelope Lee (Actor)

John Castle (Actor)

Melville Jones (adap)

John Penn (Author)

Martin Jenkins (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Murder On The Links19900915

BBC Programme Number: 88DA5292

Recorded on 1989-06-21

Producer: E. WILLIAMS

Next in series: THE NIGHTLORDS

Previous in series: THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU

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Description

Hercule Poirot is summoned to France, but on arrival he discovers that his client is dead.... Written by Agatha CHRISTE, dramatised by Michael BAKEWELL and produced by Enyd WILLIAMS. With John MOFFATT as Hercule Poirot.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

15 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

08 Jul 1991 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Geoffrey Whitehead (Actor)

Brian Miller (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Stephen Tompkinson (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Joan Matheson (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Jeremy Clyde (Actor)

Joanna Mackie (Actor)

Ken Cumberlidge (Actor)

Barbara Atkinson (Actor)

Madeline Smith (Actor)

Petra Davies (Actor)

Francesca Buller (Actor)

Michael Bakewell (adap)

Agatha Christie (Author)

Enyd Williams (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: My Dad's A Nero19900623

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6240

Recorded on 1990-04-11

Producer: A. CLIFF

Next in series: NOSEY

Previous in series: ALPHA MALE

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Description

Gran Jackson is a monster and she's turning her grandson into one. But then his father's Mentioned in Despatches and everything changes.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

23 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

25 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Judy Bennett (Actor)

Elizabeth Proud (Actor)

Ann Rye (Actor)

Judith Barker (Actor)

Malcolm Hebden (Actor)

Jane Hollowood (Actor)

Neville Barber (Actor)

Derek Howard (Actor)

Julie Corrigan (Actor)

Christopher Denys (Author)

Tony Cliff (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: My Dad's A Nero19900625

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6240

First broadcast on 1990-06-23

Recorded on 1990-04-11

Producer: A. CLIFF

Next in series: NOSEY

Previous in series: ALPHA MALE

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Description

Gran Jackson is a monster and she's turning her grandson into one. But then his father's Mentioned in Despatches and everything changes.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

23 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

25 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Judy Bennett (Actor)

Elizabeth Proud (Actor)

Ann Rye (Actor)

Judith Barker (Actor)

Malcolm Hebden (Actor)

Jane Hollowood (Actor)

Neville Barber (Actor)

Derek Howard (Actor)

Julie Corrigan (Actor)

Christopher Denys (Author)

Tony Cliff (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Night Falls On The City19900609

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2290

Recorded on 1990-04-19

Producer: J. MORGAN

Next in series: ALPHA MALE

Previous in series: THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

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Description

By Sarah GAINHAM. Julia Homburg was the leading actress in Vienna and regard- ed by the Nazis as an artistic asset to the state. It was inconvenient that she was married to a Jew who was a socialist...

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

11 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Hugh Dickson (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

John Rye (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Shirley Dixon (Actor)

Michael Cox (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Struan Rodger (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Danielle Allan (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Rhoda Lewis (Actor)

Jennifer Hilary (Actor)

Jan Newling (Actor)

Christopher Barritt (Actor)

Roderick Graham (adap)

Sarah Gainham (Author)

Jane Morgan (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Night Falls On The City19900611

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2290

First broadcast on 1990-06-09

Recorded on 1990-04-19

Producer: J. MORGAN

Next in series: ALPHA MALE

Previous in series: THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

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By Sarah GAINHAM. Julia Homburg was the leading actress in Vienna and regard- ed by the Nazis as an artistic asset to the state. It was inconvenient that she was married to a Jew who was a socialist...

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

09 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

11 Jun 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Hugh Dickson (Actor)

Jane Whittenshaw (Actor)

John Rye (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Shirley Dixon (Actor)

Michael Cox (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Struan Rodger (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Danielle Allan (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Rhoda Lewis (Actor)

Jennifer Hilary (Actor)

Jan Newling (Actor)

Christopher Barritt (Actor)

Roderick Graham (adap)

Sarah Gainham (Author)

Jane Morgan (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Nosey19900630

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2726

Recorded on 1990-02-01

Producer: F. JENKINS

Next in series: SPANISH GOLD

Previous in series: MY DAD'S A NERO

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Description

To mark the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, the story of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. Written by Allan PRIOR.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

30 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

02 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Rowe (Actor)

Denys Hawthorne (Actor)

Crawford Logan (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Elizabeth Proud (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Helena Breck (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Roger Hammond (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Alastair White (Actor)

Allan Prior (Author)

Maddy Prior (mus)

Rick Kemp (mus)

Martin Jenkins (Producer)

Perry Mason (vln)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Nosey19900702

BBC Programme Number: 87DA2726

First broadcast on 1990-06-30

Recorded on 1990-02-01

Producer: F. JENKINS

Next in series: SPANISH GOLD

Previous in series: MY DAD'S A NERO

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Description

To mark the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, the story of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. Written by Allan PRIOR.

Subject Categories

historical drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

30 Jun 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

02 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Rowe (Actor)

Denys Hawthorne (Actor)

Crawford Logan (Actor)

Michael Cochrane (Actor)

Elizabeth Proud (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Helena Breck (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Roger Hammond (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Sue Broomfield (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Alastair White (Actor)

Allan Prior (Author)

Maddy Prior (mus)

Rick Kemp (mus)

Martin Jenkins (Producer)

Perry Mason (vln)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Plato Not Nato19900428

BBC Programme Number: 89DA3091

Recorded on 1990-03-26

Producer: M. JENKINS

Next in series: THE LITTLE FATHER

Previous in series: A WALK ACROSS THE GREEN

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Description

By David POWNALL. A Yugoslav student nearly causes a revolution when he stays with a Liverpool family.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Apr 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

30 Apr 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Richard Tate (Actor)

Robert Glenister (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Nigel Graham (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Ken Jones (Actor)

Elizabeth Estensen (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Sheila Fay (Actor)

Valerie Griffiths (Actor)

Joan Paton (Actor)

David Pownall (Author)

Martin Jenkins (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: Plato Not Nato19900430

BBC Programme Number: 89DA3091

First broadcast on 1990-04-28

Recorded on 1990-03-26

Producer: M. JENKINS

Next in series: THE LITTLE FATHER

Previous in series: A WALK ACROSS THE GREEN

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By David POWNALL. A Yugoslav student nearly causes a revolution when he stays with a Liverpool family.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Apr 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

30 Apr 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Richard Tate (Actor)

Robert Glenister (Actor)

Donald Gee (Actor)

Nigel Graham (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

John Gabriel (Actor)

Ken Jones (Actor)

Elizabeth Estensen (Actor)

Dale Rapley (Actor)

Sheila Fay (Actor)

Valerie Griffiths (Actor)

Joan Paton (Actor)

David Pownall (Author)

Martin Jenkins (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: South By South East19900519

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6237

Recorded on 1990-03-14

Producer: A. CLIFF

Next in series: THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

Previous in series: BADGER BY OWL LIGHT

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Description

Play by Adam PETERSON. Tommy and Roger have been best mates since primary school, although they've gone their different ways. Roger's successful but Tommy's not - he's a bit of a dreamer.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

19 May 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

21 May 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Branwell (Actor)

Sue Jenkins (Actor)

Ray Dunbobbin (Actor)

William Maxwell (Actor)

Christopher Quinn (Actor)

Derek Howard (Actor)

Paul Codman (Actor)

Deborah Hawkes (Actor)

Laurence Kenny (Actor)

Adam Peterson (Author)

Tony Cliff (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: South By South East19900521

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6237

First broadcast on 1990-05-19

Recorded on 1990-03-14

Producer: A. CLIFF

Next in series: THE EAGLE HAS LANDED

Previous in series: BADGER BY OWL LIGHT

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Play by Adam PETERSON. Tommy and Roger have been best mates since primary school, although they've gone their different ways. Roger's successful but Tommy's not - he's a bit of a dreamer.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

19 May 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

21 May 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Branwell (Actor)

Sue Jenkins (Actor)

Ray Dunbobbin (Actor)

William Maxwell (Actor)

Christopher Quinn (Actor)

Derek Howard (Actor)

Paul Codman (Actor)

Deborah Hawkes (Actor)

Laurence Kenny (Actor)

Adam Peterson (Author)

Tony Cliff (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spanish Gold19900707

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6347

Recorded on 1990-05-02

Producer: D. SHEASBY

Next in series: BRUMMELL ABROAD

Previous in series: NOSEY

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When The Revd Meldon teams up with an English Major to uncover the long-lost treasure from a Spanish Galleon wrecked in Irish waters, they have more than just the cunning native population to contend with. - Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

09 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sean Barrett (Actor)

Richard Tate (Actor)

Neville Barber (Actor)

Chris Wilkinson (Actor)

Stuart Richman (Actor)

Christopher Kent (Actor)

Kieran Cunningham (Actor)

Fenella Norman (Actor)

Michael Irving (Actor)

Alan England (adap)

George Birmingham (Author)

Dave Sheasby (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Spanish Gold19900709

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6347

First broadcast on 1990-07-07

Recorded on 1990-05-02

Producer: D. SHEASBY

Next in series: BRUMMELL ABROAD

Previous in series: NOSEY

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When The Revd Meldon teams up with an English Major to uncover the long-lost treasure from a Spanish Galleon wrecked in Irish waters, they have more than just the cunning native population to contend with. - Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

07 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

09 Jul 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Sean Barrett (Actor)

Richard Tate (Actor)

Neville Barber (Actor)

Chris Wilkinson (Actor)

Stuart Richman (Actor)

Christopher Kent (Actor)

Kieran Cunningham (Actor)

Fenella Norman (Actor)

Michael Irving (Actor)

Alan England (adap)

George Birmingham (Author)

Dave Sheasby (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Eagle Has Landed19900526

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5874

Recorded on 1989-12-22

Producer: P. MARTIN

Next in series: NIGHT FALLS ON THE CITY

Previous in series: SOUTH BY SOUTH EAST

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Description

Dramatisation of Jack HIGGINS' thriller. Adapted by Peter MACKIE. Hitler plans to abduct Churchill.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

26 May 1990 19:45-21:45 (RADIO 4)

26 Apr 1993 14:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Geoffrey Whitehead (Actor)

Terry Molloy (Actor)

Roger Hume (Actor)

Michael Fitzgerald (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Ian Hogg (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Philip Molloy (Actor)

Rosemary Martin (Actor)

Simon Carter (Actor)

David Vann (Actor)

Holly Aird (Actor)

Graham Padden (Actor)

John Dixon (Actor)

Frank Grimes (Actor)

Jack Higgins (Actor)

Heather Barrett (Actor)

David Halliwell (Actor)

Neil Coker (Actor)

Kimberley Hope (Actor)

Peter Mackie (adap)

Philip Martin (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Island Of Dr. Moreau19900901

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5739

Recorded on 1990-05-18

Producer: N. BRYANT

Next in series: MURDER ON THE LINKS

Previous in series: MARIE LLOYD, QUEEN OF THE HALLS

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Description

H. G. WELLS' classic adventure story in which a young naturalist tracks down a dreadful secret. Dramatised by David CALCUTT and produced Nigel BRYANT.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

science fiction (genre)

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

03 Sep 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Terry Molloy (Actor)

Garard Green (Actor)

Kim Wall (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Janet Dale (Actor)

Alex Jones (Actor)

Peter Meakin (Actor)

Richard Mitchley (Actor)

Kenneth Colley (Actor)

Neal Foster (Actor)

David Calcutt (adap)

H Wells (Author)

Nigel Bryant (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Island Of Dr. Moreau19900903

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5739

First broadcast on 1990-09-01

Recorded on 1990-05-18

Producer: N. BRYANT

Next in series: MURDER ON THE LINKS

Previous in series: MARIE LLOYD, QUEEN OF THE HALLS

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Description

H. G. WELLS' classic adventure story in which a young naturalist tracks down a dreadful secret. Dramatised by David CALCUTT and produced Nigel BRYANT.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

science fiction (genre)

Broadcast history

01 Sep 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

03 Sep 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Terry Molloy (Actor)

Garard Green (Actor)

Kim Wall (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Janet Dale (Actor)

Alex Jones (Actor)

Peter Meakin (Actor)

Richard Mitchley (Actor)

Kenneth Colley (Actor)

Neal Foster (Actor)

David Calcutt (adap)

H Wells (Author)

Nigel Bryant (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Korvack Conspiracy19900324

BBC Programme Number: 86DA1173

Recorded on 1990-01-26

Producer: S. WINDOWS

Next in series: A WALK ACROSS THE GREEN

Previous in series: THE ORGANGRINDERS MONKEY

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By Paul THAIN. Korvack has conceived a brilliant plan to rob a bank. A plan perfect for the computer age. He needs funds to set it up and accomplices to see it through. What he doesn't need is someone listening in...

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 Mar 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

26 Mar 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Terry Molloy (Actor)

Sean Barrett (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Roger Hume (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Don Fellows (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Heather Bell (Actor)

Edwin Richfield (Actor)

John Dixon (Actor)

Paul Thain (Author)

Peter Windows (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Korvack Conspiracy19900326

BBC Programme Number: 86DA1173

First broadcast on 1990-03-24

Recorded on 1990-01-26

Producer: S. WINDOWS

Next in series: A WALK ACROSS THE GREEN

Previous in series: THE ORGANGRINDERS MONKEY

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By Paul THAIN. Korvack has conceived a brilliant plan to rob a bank. A plan perfect for the computer age. He needs funds to set it up and accomplices to see it through. What he doesn't need is someone listening in...

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

24 Mar 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

26 Mar 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Terry Molloy (Actor)

Sean Barrett (Actor)

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Roger Hume (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Christopher Good (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Don Fellows (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Heather Bell (Actor)

Edwin Richfield (Actor)

John Dixon (Actor)

Paul Thain (Author)

Peter Windows (Producer).

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Little Father19900505

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6324

Recorded on 1990-02-21

Producer: M. WALTERS

Next in series: BADGER BY OWL LIGHT

Previous in series: PLATO NOT NATO

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Description

'The Little Father' by Royce RYTON. By 1872 the 'little father' of the Russian people finds himself as hated by his own family as he is by his subjects.

Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

05 May 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

07 May 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

13 May 1991 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Dorothy Tutin (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Oona Beeson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Royce Ryton (Author)

Matthew Walters (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Little Father19900507

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6324

First broadcast on 1990-05-05

Recorded on 1990-02-21

Producer: M. WALTERS

Next in series: BADGER BY OWL LIGHT

Previous in series: PLATO NOT NATO

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'The Little Father' by Royce RYTON. By 1872 the 'little father' of the Russian people finds himself as hated by his own family as he is by his subjects.

Subject Categories

current affairs programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

05 May 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

07 May 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

13 May 1991 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Jo Kendall (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Dorothy Tutin (Actor)

Paul Daneman (Actor)

Oona Beeson (Actor)

Tara Dominick (Actor)

Marcia King (Actor)

Royce Ryton (Author)

Matthew Walters (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Nightlords19900922

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6285

Recorded on 1990-08-22

Producer: E. CHAILLET

Next in series: THE NIGHT OF WENCESLAS

Previous in series: MURDER ON THE LINKS

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Keith BARRON stars as Nicolas FREELING's French detective Henri Castang. A dead body in the boot of a Rolls Royce in Normandy distrupts Anglo-French relations. Adapted by Michael BAKEWELL and produced by Matthew WALTERS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

24 Sep 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Keith Barron (Actor)

Elizabeth Kelly (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Richard Vernon (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Timothy Carlton (Actor)

Emma Gregory (Actor)

John Horsley (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Danielle Allan (Actor)

Angus Wright (Actor)

Edita Brychta (Actor)

Michael Bakewell (adap)

Nicolas Freeling (Author)

Matthew Walters (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Nightlords19900924

BBC Programme Number: 89DA6285

First broadcast on 1990-09-22

Recorded on 1990-08-22

Producer: E. CHAILLET

Next in series: THE NIGHT OF WENCESLAS

Previous in series: MURDER ON THE LINKS

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Keith BARRON stars as Nicolas FREELING's French detective Henri Castang. A dead body in the boot of a Rolls Royce in Normandy distrupts Anglo-French relations. Adapted by Michael BAKEWELL and produced by Matthew WALTERS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

crime drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

22 Sep 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

24 Sep 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Miller (Actor)

Keith Barron (Actor)

Elizabeth Kelly (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Simon Treves (Actor)

Paul Downing (Actor)

Richard Vernon (Actor)

Ian Lindsay (Actor)

Timothy Carlton (Actor)

Emma Gregory (Actor)

John Horsley (Actor)

Mary Allen (Actor)

Danielle Allan (Actor)

Angus Wright (Actor)

Edita Brychta (Actor)

Michael Bakewell (adap)

Nicolas Freeling (Author)

Matthew Walters (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Organgrinders Monkey19900303

BBC Programme Number: 86DA0400

Recorded on 1989-10-23

Producer: R. BUCKHAM

Next in series: THE KORVACK CONSPIRACY

Previous in series: COMING FROM TOGETHER

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Description

By Stephen WYATT. Naples, 1820 - and the young Rossini, who wishes only to write operas and spend time with his lover, the beautiful soprano Isabella Colbran, is caught up in the world of political intrigue.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Mar 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

05 Mar 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Steve Hodson (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Melinda Walker (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Anna Cropper (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Michael Siberry (Actor)

Stephen Wyatt (Author)

Mark Goldstein (mus)

Richard Buckham (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Organgrinders Monkey19900305

BBC Programme Number: 86DA0400

First broadcast on 1990-03-03

Recorded on 1989-10-23

Producer: R. BUCKHAM

Next in series: THE KORVACK CONSPIRACY

Previous in series: COMING FROM TOGETHER

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By Stephen WYATT. Naples, 1820 - and the young Rossini, who wishes only to write operas and spend time with his lover, the beautiful soprano Isabella Colbran, is caught up in the world of political intrigue.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

03 Mar 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

05 Mar 1990 15:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Steve Hodson (Actor)

John Moffatt (Actor)

Melinda Walker (Actor)

David King (Actor)

Joe Dunlop (Actor)

Danny Schiller (Actor)

Michael Kilgarriff (Actor)

Stephen Garlick (Actor)

Anna Cropper (Actor)

Nicholas Gilbrook (Actor)

Michael Siberry (Actor)

Stephen Wyatt (Author)

Mark Goldstein (mus)

Richard Buckham (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Petition19900804

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5051

Recorded on 1990-05-22

Producer: G. DEARMAN

Next in series: A CRAVING FOR GOLD

Previous in series: THE POPE'S BROTHER

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Description

At breakfast in their Belgravia apartment General Sir Edmund Milne sees 50 years of marriage in a new life when Lady Elizabeth reveals her true hatred of war. Written by Brian CLARK, with Peggy ASHCROFT and John MILLS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

04 Aug 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

06 Aug 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

29 Jun 1991 14:30-15:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Mills (Actor)

Peggy Ashcroft (Actor)

Brian Clark (playwright (auth)) (Author)

Glyn Dearman (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Petition19900806

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5051

First broadcast on 1990-08-04

Recorded on 1990-05-22

Producer: G. DEARMAN

Next in series: A CRAVING FOR GOLD

Previous in series: THE POPE'S BROTHER

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Description

At breakfast in their Belgravia apartment General Sir Edmund Milne sees 50 years of marriage in a new life when Lady Elizabeth reveals her true hatred of war. Written by Brian CLARK, with Peggy ASHCROFT and John MILLS.

Subject Categories

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

04 Aug 1990 19:45-21:00 (RADIO 4)

06 Aug 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

29 Jun 1991 14:30-15:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Mills (Actor)

Peggy Ashcroft (Actor)

Brian Clark (playwright (auth)) (Author)

Glyn Dearman (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Pope's Brother19900728

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5513

Recorded on 1990-04-21

Producer: P. KAVANAGH

Next in series: THE PETITION

Previous in series: BRUMMELL ABROAD

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Description

Dinsdale LANDEN plays a low-life whose brother has been elected Pope. Comedy play by Steve WALKER and directed by Peter KAVANAGH.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

30 Jul 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Denys Hawthorne (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Henry Goodman (Actor)

Dinsdale Landen (Actor)

Jenny Howe (Actor)

Steve Walker (Author)

Peter Kavanagh (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Pope's Brother19900730

BBC Programme Number: 89DA5513

First broadcast on 1990-07-28

Recorded on 1990-04-21

Producer: P. KAVANAGH

Next in series: THE PETITION

Previous in series: BRUMMELL ABROAD

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Description

Dinsdale LANDEN plays a low-life whose brother has been elected Pope. Comedy play by Steve WALKER and directed by Peter KAVANAGH.

Subject Categories

comedy programmes (genre)

drama programmes (genre)

Broadcast history

28 Jul 1990 19:45-21:15 (RADIO 4)

30 Jul 1990 15:02-16:15 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Denys Hawthorne (Actor)

John Bull (Actor)

David Bannerman (Actor)

Ben Onwukwe (Actor)

Vincent Brimble (Actor)

Henry Goodman (Actor)

Dinsdale Landen (Actor)

Jenny Howe (Actor)

Steve Walker (Author)

Peter Kavanagh (Producer)

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 4.