A View From The Bridge

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19700126

by ARTHUR MILLER adapted for radio by GUY VAESEN with David Bauer. Dennis Waterman Scene: a waterfront apartment house in Brooklyn, New York. Devotion to his niece turns in Eddie to a passion of jealousy which leads to tragedy.

Longshoremen, neighbours, immigration officers, BILL NAGY , BRIAN HAINES , JOHN PULLEN , and PETER TUDDENHAM

Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL (David Bauer is appearing in ' The Price ' at the Duke of York's Theatre: Dennis Water man in ' Enemy ' at the Saville Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Miller

Radio By: Guy Vaesen

Unknown: David Bauer.

Unknown: Dennis Waterman

Unknown: Bill Nagy

Unknown: Brian Haines

Unknown: John Pullen

Unknown: Peter Tuddenham

Produced By: Archie Campbell

Produced By: David Bauer

Unknown: Dennis Water

Eddie Carbone, a longshore man.: David Bauer

Beatrice, his wife: Tucker McGuire

Catherine, their niece: Beth Ann Cole

Marco, an illegal immigrant: Sean Barrett

Rodolpho, his younger brother: Dennis Waterman

Mr Alfieri, a lawyer: Alan Tilvern

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700126]

by ARTHUR MILLER adapted for radio by GUY VAESEN with David Bauer. Dennis Waterman Scene: a waterfront apartment house in Brooklyn, New York. Devotion to his niece turns in Eddie to a passion of jealousy which leads to tragedy.

Longshoremen, neighbours, immigration officers, BILL NAGY , BRIAN HAINES , JOHN PULLEN , and PETER TUDDENHAM

Produced by ARCHIE CAMPBELL (David Bauer is appearing in ' The Price ' at the Duke of York's Theatre: Dennis Water man in ' Enemy ' at the Saville Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Miller

Radio By: Guy Vaesen

Unknown: David Bauer.

Unknown: Dennis Waterman

Unknown: Bill Nagy

Unknown: Brian Haines

Unknown: John Pullen

Unknown: Peter Tuddenham

Produced By: Archie Campbell

Produced By: David Bauer

Unknown: Dennis Water

Eddie Carbone, a longshore man.: David Bauer

Beatrice, his wife: Tucker McGuire

Catherine, their niece: Beth Ann Cole

Marco, an illegal immigrant: Sean Barrett

Rodolpho, his younger brother: Dennis Waterman

Mr Alfieri, a lawyer: Alan Tilvern

20151018

20151018

Martin Jarvis directs Arthur Miller's 1955 award-winning masterpiece. Recorded specially in the US for Drama On 3. Alfred Molina leads an all-star American cast. Universal themes of family, guilt, loyalty, sexual attraction, jealousy - and love - in a powerful story about illegal immigration that still resonates to our time 60 years later.

Miller's finest play. Italian-American neighbourhood near the Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 1950s.

Lawyer Alfieri (our narrator) confides to listeners there are cases where he can only watch as they run their bloody course.

Longshoreman Eddie Carbone lives with his wife Beatrice and her orphaned niece, Catherine, in a Brooklyn tenement. He has a love of, almost an obsession with, 17 year old Catherine. Beatrice's Italian cousins are being smuggled into the country. The family hide the illegal immigrants, Marco and Rodolpho, while they work on the docks. Eddie's increasing suspicion and jealousy of Rodolpho's developing relationship with Catherine ('he ain't right, he cooks, he sings, he makes dresses') eventually leads to betrayal and a tragic confrontation.

Sound design: Wesley Dewberry and Mark Holden

Director: Martin Jarvis

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

A Jarvis & Ayres Production.

20151018

Martin Jarvis directs Arthur Miller's 1955 award-winning masterpiece. Recorded specially in the US for Drama On 3. Alfred Molina leads an all-star American cast. Universal themes of family, guilt, loyalty, sexual attraction, jealousy - and love - in a powerful story about illegal immigration that still resonates to our time 60 years later.

Miller's finest play. Italian-American neighbourhood near the Brooklyn Bridge, New York. 1950s.

Lawyer Alfieri (our narrator) confides to listeners there are cases where he can only watch as they run their bloody course.

Longshoreman Eddie Carbone lives with his wife Beatrice and her orphaned niece, Catherine, in a Brooklyn tenement. He has a love of, almost an obsession with, 17 year old Catherine. Beatrice's Italian cousins are being smuggled into the country. The family hide the illegal immigrants, Marco and Rodolpho, while they work on the docks. Eddie's increasing suspicion and jealousy of Rodolpho's developing relationship with Catherine ('he ain't right, he cooks, he sings, he makes dresses') eventually leads to betrayal and a tragic confrontation.

Sound design: Wesley Dewberry and Mark Holden

Director: Martin Jarvis

Producer: Rosalind Ayres

A Jarvis and Ayres Production.

0220040117

Actress Juliet Stevenson recalls her stint in NEW YORK in A Little Night Music in the spring of 2003 and gives her impressions of the city.

0220040117

Actress Juliet Stevenson recalls her stint in NEW YORK in A Little Night Music in the spring of 2003 and gives her impressions of the city.

02Nicole Krauss20040131

NEW YORK writers take a NEW YORK bridge as a starting point for a contemplation of the city.

Today it's the turn of poet and novelist Nicole Krauss

02Nicole Krauss20040131

NEW YORK writers take a NEW YORK bridge as a starting point for a contemplation of the city.

Today it's the turn of poet and novelist Nicole Krauss