Virgin In The Ice, The [Cadfael]

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01Casualties Of War1992102220160118 (BBC7)
20160119 (BBC7)
20180402 (BBC7)
20180403 (BBC7)
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Shrewsbury, Winter in the year 1139: Amid a civil war, medieval sleuth Brother Cadfael sets out to find a missing boy and his sister.

Ellis Peters' thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Douglas Hodge as Hugh and Leonard Fenton as Leonard. With Julian Rhind-Tutt.

This is the second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.

Dramatised by Bert Coules.

Producer: Phil Clarke.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Shrewsbury, 1139. The detective monk sets out to find a missing brother and sister.

Adaptations of Ellis Peters' medieval thrillers, starring Philip Madoc.

02Danger From All Sides1992102920160119 (BBC7)
20160120 (BBC7)
20180403 (BBC7)
20180404 (BBC7)
20200526 (BBC7)
20200527 (BBC7)
20200530 (BBC7)
20200531 (BBC7)

Amid bitter civil war, detective monk Brother Cadfael makes headway in his medieval crime hunt, but it's mixed news.

Ellis Peters' thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Douglas Hodge as Hugh, Leonard Fenton as Leonard, Raad Rawi as Olivier and Dean Magri as Ives.

This is the second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.

Dramatised by Bert Coules.

Music by Peter Salem.

Producer: Phil Clarke

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Amid bitter civil war, the detective monk makes headway in his medieval crime hunt.

Adaptations of Ellis Peters' medieval thrillers, starring Philip Madoc.

03Found And Lost1992110520160120 (BBC7)
20160121 (BBC7)
20180404 (BBC7)
20180405 (BBC7)
20200527 (BBC7)
20200528 (BBC7)
20200530 (BBC7)
20200531 (BBC7)

As English civil war rages in Shropshire, monk-cum-sleuth, Brother Cadfael's brave search for Ermina leads him to the isolated medieval manor of Ledditch.

Ellis Peters' thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Douglas Hodge as Hugh, Leonard Fenton as Leonard, Moira Buffini as Ermina, Dean Magri as Ives and Crispin Letts as Elyas.

This is the second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.

Dramatised by Bert Coules.

Music by Peter Salem.

Producer: Phil Clarke

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Brother Cadfael's brave search for a woman leads him to an isolated medieval manor.

Adaptations of Ellis Peters' medieval thrillers, starring Philip Madoc.

04The Wolves' Nest1992111220160121 (BBC7)
20160122 (BBC7)
20180405 (BBC7)
20180406 (BBC7)
20200528 (BBC7)
20200529 (BBC7)
20200530 (BBC7)
20200531 (BBC7)

Brother Cadfael searches for Ives Hugonin and Brother Elyas who are missing in a blizzard.

Ellis Peters' thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Douglas Hodge as Hugh, Leonard Fenton as Leonard, Moira Buffini as Ermina, Dean Magri as Ives and Peter Laird as Le Gaucher.

This is the second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.

Dramatised by Bert Coules.

Music by Peter Salem.

Producer: Phil Clarke

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Brother Cadfael searches for his missing companions.

Adaptations of Ellis Peters' medieval thrillers, starring Philip Madoc.

05Discoveries1992111920160122 (BBC7)
20160123 (BBC7)
20180406 (BBC7)
20180407 (BBC7)
20200529 (BBC7)
20200530 (BBC7)
20200531 (BBC7)

Detective monk, Brother Cadfael discovers outlaws have taken Ives Hugonin prisoner.

Ellis Peters' thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern and starring Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Douglas Hodge as Hugh, Leonard Fenton as Leonard, Moira Buffini as Ermina, Dean Magri as Ives, Peter Laird as Le Gaucher and Crispin Letts as Elyas.

This is the second series of the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael.

Dramatised by Bert Coules.

Music by Peter Salem.

Producer: Phil Clarke

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

Detective monk Brother Cadfael discovers outlaws have taken Ives Hugonin prisoner.

Adaptations of Ellis Peters' medieval thrillers, starring Philip Madoc.