Tristram Shandy [Laurence Sterne]

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Omnibus 1/22018041520180416 (BBC7)18th-century gentleman Tristram tries to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas. But he continually finds he must digress...

Laurence Sterne's ground-breaking comic novel dramatised in 10 parts by Graham White.

Stars Neil Dudgeon as Tristram, Julia Ford as Mother, David Troughton as Father, Adrian Scarborough as Toby, Paul Ritter as Trim, Tony Rohr as Dr Slop, Stephen Hogan as Obadiah, Helen Longworth as Susannah, Ndidi Del Fatti as Great-Grandmother, Stuart Mcloughlin as Great-Grandfather, Stuart Mcloughlin as Pontificating Man and Hugh Dickson as Bishop Hall.

Director: Mary Peate

First broadcast in 10 parts on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.

The 18th-century gentleman's attempts to tell his tragi-comic story are frustrated.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

Omnibus 2/22018042220180423 (BBC7)Having recovered from the disastrous incident with Tristram's nose, his Father is dealt another blow.

18th century gentleman Tristram tries to tell his tragicomic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas. But he continually finds he must digress...

Conclusion of Laurence Sterne's groundbreaking comic novel dramatised in 10 parts by Graham White.

Stars Neil Dudgeon as Tristram, Julia Ford as Mother, David Troughton as Father, Adrian Scarborough as Toby, Deborah Findlay as Widow Wadman, Stephen Hogan as Obadiah, Paul Ritter as Trim, Tony Rohr as Dr Slop, Helen Longworth as Susannah, Ndidi Del Fatti as Bridget, Hugh Dickson as Le Fever and Stuart Mcloughlin as Death,

Director: Mary Peate

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.

Recovered from the incident with Tristram's nose, can his father cope with another blow?

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

01Beginnings2005013120180409 (BBC7)
20180410 (BBC7)
18th-century gentleman Tristram tries to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas. But he continually finds he must digress...

Laurence Sterne's ground-breaking comic novel dramatised in 10 parts by Graham White.

Stars Neil Dudgeon as Tristram, Julia Ford as Mother, David Troughton as Father, Adrian Scarborough as Toby, Paul Ritter as Trim, Tony Rohr as Dr Slop, Stephen Hogan as Obadiah, Helen Longworth as Susannah, Ndidi Del Fatti as Great-Grandmother, Stuart Mcloughlin as Great-Grandfather, Stuart Mcloughlin as Pontificating Man and Hugh Dickson as Bishop Hall.

Director: Mary Peate

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.

The 18th-century gentleman tries to tell his tragi-comic story.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

02Birth2005020120180410 (BBC7)
20180411 (BBC7)
Tristram tries to recount the tale of his birth but keeps getting distracted.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

03Dr Slop2005020220180411 (BBC7)
20180412 (BBC7)
Still intent on recounting the story of his birth, Tristram introduces us to Dr Slop.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

04Uncle Toby2005020320180412 (BBC7)
20180413 (BBC7)
Telling his life story, Tristram still has not managed to get beyond being born.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

05Born At Last2005020420180413 (BBC7)
20180414 (BBC7)
After the disaster of his birth, Tristram's father thinks up a scheme to help him.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

06What's In A Name?2005020720180416 (BBC7)
20180417 (BBC7)
Having recovered from the disastrous incident with Tristram's nose, his father is dealt another blow.

18th-century gentleman Tristram tries to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas. But he continually finds he must digress...

Continuing Laurence Sterne's ground-breaking comic novel dramatised in 10 parts by Graham White.

Stars Neil Dudgeon as Tristram, Julia Ford as Mother, David Troughton as Father, Adrian Scarborough as Toby, Deborah Findlay as Widow Wadman, Stephen Hogan as Obadiah, Paul Ritter as Trim, Tony Rohr as Dr Slop, Helen Longworth as Susannah, Ndidi Del Fatti as Bridget, Hugh Dickson as Le Fever and Stuart Mcloughlin as Death,

Director: Mary Peate

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.

Having recovered from the incident with Tristram's nose, his father is dealt another blow.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

07Another Misfortune2005020820180417 (BBC7)
20180418 (BBC7)
Yet another misfortune befalls the boy Tristram as his father receives awful news.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

08An Act Of Kindness2005020920180418 (BBC7)
20180419 (BBC7)
Tristram recalls a typical act of kindness by Toby and the time his uncle fell in love.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

09Uncle Toby Falls In Love2005021020180419 (BBC7)
20180420 (BBC7)
Widow Wadman bustles her way into Uncle Toby's sentry box and then into his heart.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.

10All Good Things Come To An End2005021120180420 (BBC7)
20180421 (BBC7)
Widow Wadman makes a discovery as Tristram brings his story to a surprising conclusion.

Comic tale about an 18th-century man who gets distracted from telling his life story.