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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700104]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON

Part 1: St Petersburg, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON

Part 1: St Petersburg, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON

Part 1: St Petersburg, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON

Part 1: St Petersburg, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700106]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis. Stephen Murray Felix Felton , Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 2: Summer 1805adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Martin Jarvis is in 'The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Shinshin: Garard Green

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Princess Sophia: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

German colonel: Leonard Fenton

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis. Stephen Murray Felix Felton , Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 2: Summer 1805adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Martin Jarvis is in 'The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Shinshin: Garard Green

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Princess Sophia: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

German colonel: Leonard Fenton

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis. Stephen Murray Felix Felton , Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 2: Summer 1805adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Martin Jarvis is in 'The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Shinshin: Garard Green

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Princess Sophia: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

German colonel: Leonard Fenton

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis. Stephen Murray Felix Felton , Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 2: Summer 1805adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Martin Jarvis is in 'The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Shinshin: Garard Green

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Princess Sophia: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

German colonel: Leonard Fenton

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700111]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 2: Summer 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Ilya Rostov: David March

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700113]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 3: Schön Graben - 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking:

General Kutuzov. FELIX FELTON

Directed by JOHN POWELL †

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm. Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre; Michael Kilgarriff in 'She's Done It Again ' at the Garrick Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details please send SAE (9 x 12) to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Schmidt: Michael Kilgarriff

Koslovski: Frederick Treves

General Mack: Ronald Herdman

Zherkov: Sean Barrett

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Bondarenko: Wilfrid Carter

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Telyanin: Malcolm Hayes

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

Bogdanich: Frederick Treves

Minister of War: Sean Arnold

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 3: Schön Graben - 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking:

General Kutuzov. FELIX FELTON

Directed by JOHN POWELL †

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm. Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre; Michael Kilgarriff in 'She's Done It Again ' at the Garrick Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details please send SAE (9 x 12) to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Schmidt: Michael Kilgarriff

Koslovski: Frederick Treves

General Mack: Ronald Herdman

Zherkov: Sean Barrett

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Bondarenko: Wilfrid Carter

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Telyanin: Malcolm Hayes

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

Bogdanich: Frederick Treves

Minister of War: Sean Arnold

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 3: Schön Graben - 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking:

General Kutuzov. FELIX FELTON

Directed by JOHN POWELL †

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm. Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre; Michael Kilgarriff in 'She's Done It Again ' at the Garrick Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details please send SAE (9 x 12) to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Schmidt: Michael Kilgarriff

Koslovski: Frederick Treves

General Mack: Ronald Herdman

Zherkov: Sean Barrett

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Bondarenko: Wilfrid Carter

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Telyanin: Malcolm Hayes

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

Bogdanich: Frederick Treves

Minister of War: Sean Arnold

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 3: Schön Graben - 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Cast in order of speaking:

General Kutuzov. FELIX FELTON

Directed by JOHN POWELL †

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm. Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre; Michael Kilgarriff in 'She's Done It Again ' at the Garrick Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details please send SAE (9 x 12) to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Schmidt: Michael Kilgarriff

Koslovski: Frederick Treves

General Mack: Ronald Herdman

Zherkov: Sean Barrett

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

Bondarenko: Wilfrid Carter

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Telyanin: Malcolm Hayes

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

Bogdanich: Frederick Treves

Minister of War: Sean Arnold

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700118]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 3: Schon Graben, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

TUShin: Michael Kilgarriff

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 3: Schon Graben, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

TUShin: Michael Kilgarriff

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 3: Schon Graben, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

TUShin: Michael Kilgarriff

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 3: Schon Graben, 1805 adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Emperor Francis: Leonard Fenton

TUShin: Michael Kilgarriff

Kirsten: Ronald Herdman"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700120]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAREWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck

Kate Binchy. Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 4: Pierre's Marriage adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated; Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Barewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Princess Aline Kuragina: Grizelda Hervey

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Mad Hedd

Helene Kuragina: Sonia Fraser

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Princess Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Weyrother: David March

Miloradovich: Nigel Lambert

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Buxhowden: Norman Shelley

Langeron: Denys Hawthorne

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Dolgorukov: Sean Arnold

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAREWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck

Kate Binchy. Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 4: Pierre's Marriage adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated; Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Barewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Princess Aline Kuragina: Grizelda Hervey

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Mad Hedd

Helene Kuragina: Sonia Fraser

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Princess Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Weyrother: David March

Miloradovich: Nigel Lambert

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Buxhowden: Norman Shelley

Langeron: Denys Hawthorne

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Dolgorukov: Sean Arnold

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAREWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck

Kate Binchy. Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 4: Pierre's Marriage adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated; Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Barewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Princess Aline Kuragina: Grizelda Hervey

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Mad Hedd

Helene Kuragina: Sonia Fraser

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Princess Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Weyrother: David March

Miloradovich: Nigel Lambert

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Buxhowden: Norman Shelley

Langeron: Denys Hawthorne

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Dolgorukov: Sean Arnold

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAREWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck

Kate Binchy. Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 4: Pierre's Marriage adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated; Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Martin Jarvis in ' The Bandwagon ' at the Mermaid Theatre, London)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Barewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Princess Aline Kuragina: Grizelda Hervey

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Mad Hedd

Helene Kuragina: Sonia Fraser

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Princess Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Weyrother: David March

Miloradovich: Nigel Lambert

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Buxhowden: Norman Shelley

Langeron: Denys Hawthorne

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Dolgorukov: Sean Arnold"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700125]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes Part 4:Pierre's Marriageadapted by CONSTANCE COX Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Helene Kuragina: Sonia Fraser

Princess Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Princess Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700127]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis. Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince: Repnin,denys Hawthorne

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Naryshkin: Derek Seaton

ValUeV: Nigel Lambert

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

HéIène Bezukhova:.Sonia Fraser

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis. Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince: Repnin,denys Hawthorne

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Naryshkin: Derek Seaton

ValUeV: Nigel Lambert

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

HéIène Bezukhova:.Sonia Fraser

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis. Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince: Repnin,denys Hawthorne

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Naryshkin: Derek Seaton

ValUeV: Nigel Lambert

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

HéIène Bezukhova:.Sonia Fraser

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis. Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Prince: Repnin,denys Hawthorne

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Naryshkin: Derek Seaton

ValUeV: Nigel Lambert

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Nesvitski: Michael Deacon

HéIène Bezukhova:.Sonia Fraser"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700201]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Vera Rostova: Marcaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Vera Rostova: Marcaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Vera Rostova: Marcaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 5: Austerlitz, Nov 1805 adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Princess Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Vera Rostova: Marcaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700203]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Stephen Murray. Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 6: Love and Death adapted by CONSTANCE COX Cast in order of speaking:

Major Denisov's song composed by ANTONY HOPKINS

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

(Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray.

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Tikhon: Derek Seaton

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Savishna: Margaret Wolfit

Bogdanovna: Margot Boyd

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Major Denisov: Nigel Lambert

lOgel: Michael Deacon

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Joseph Bazdeef: Malcolm Hayes

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Stephen Murray. Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 6: Love and Death adapted by CONSTANCE COX Cast in order of speaking:

Major Denisov's song composed by ANTONY HOPKINS

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

(Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray.

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Tikhon: Derek Seaton

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Savishna: Margaret Wolfit

Bogdanovna: Margot Boyd

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Major Denisov: Nigel Lambert

lOgel: Michael Deacon

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Joseph Bazdeef: Malcolm Hayes

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Stephen Murray. Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 6: Love and Death adapted by CONSTANCE COX Cast in order of speaking:

Major Denisov's song composed by ANTONY HOPKINS

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

(Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray.

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Tikhon: Derek Seaton

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Savishna: Margaret Wolfit

Bogdanovna: Margot Boyd

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Major Denisov: Nigel Lambert

lOgel: Michael Deacon

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Joseph Bazdeef: Malcolm Hayes

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Stephen Murray. Anna Cropper and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 6: Love and Death adapted by CONSTANCE COX Cast in order of speaking:

Major Denisov's song composed by ANTONY HOPKINS

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

(Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to 'War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA.

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray.

Unknown: Anna Cropper

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Lise Bolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Tikhon: Derek Seaton

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Savishna: Margaret Wolfit

Bogdanovna: Margot Boyd

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Major Denisov: Nigel Lambert

lOgel: Michael Deacon

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Joseph Bazdeef: Malcolm Hayes"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700208]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 6: Love and Death Principal characters:

Major Denisov's song composed by ANTONY HOPKINS

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

PierreBezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

LiseBolkonskaya: Anna Cropper

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Major Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Joseph Bazdeef: Malcolm Hayes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700210]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Martin Jarvis Felix Felton , Stephen Murray Jeremy Clyde

Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne asTolstoy

Part 7: The Coming of Peace adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Jeremy Clyde in ' Conduct Unbecoming ' at the Queen's Theatre: Michael Kil garriff in 'She's Done It Again' at the Garrick Theatre. London) (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Michael Kil

Count Willarski: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Rhetor: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Hlene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

AndreiBolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pelageya: Madi Hedd

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Topchenko: Sean Barrett

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

Napo!eon: Peter Pratt

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Martin Jarvis Felix Felton , Stephen Murray Jeremy Clyde

Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne asTolstoy

Part 7: The Coming of Peace adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Jeremy Clyde in ' Conduct Unbecoming ' at the Queen's Theatre: Michael Kil garriff in 'She's Done It Again' at the Garrick Theatre. London) (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Michael Kil

Count Willarski: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Rhetor: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Hlene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

AndreiBolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pelageya: Madi Hedd

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Topchenko: Sean Barrett

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

Napo!eon: Peter Pratt

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Martin Jarvis Felix Felton , Stephen Murray Jeremy Clyde

Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne asTolstoy

Part 7: The Coming of Peace adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Jeremy Clyde in ' Conduct Unbecoming ' at the Queen's Theatre: Michael Kil garriff in 'She's Done It Again' at the Garrick Theatre. London) (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Michael Kil

Count Willarski: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Rhetor: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Hlene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

AndreiBolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pelageya: Madi Hedd

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Topchenko: Sean Barrett

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

Napo!eon: Peter Pratt

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Martin Jarvis Felix Felton , Stephen Murray Jeremy Clyde

Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne asTolstoy

Part 7: The Coming of Peace adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre; Jeremy Clyde in ' Conduct Unbecoming ' at the Queen's Theatre: Michael Kil garriff in 'She's Done It Again' at the Garrick Theatre. London) (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Michael Kil

Count Willarski: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Rhetor: Michael Kilgarriff

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Hlene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

AndreiBolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pelageya: Madi Hedd

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Topchenko: Sean Barrett

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

Napo!eon: Peter Pratt"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700215]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Part 7: The Coming of Peace Principal characters:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Prince Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Prince Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Jlelene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Tushin: Michael Kilgarriff

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700217]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis and 8: Natasha's first Grand Ball adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Petrushka: Garard Green

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Natasha Rostova: Rate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Abbé Morio: Sean Barrett

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Mme Peronskaya: Madi Hedd

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis and 8: Natasha's first Grand Ball adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Petrushka: Garard Green

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Natasha Rostova: Rate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Abbé Morio: Sean Barrett

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Mme Peronskaya: Madi Hedd

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis and 8: Natasha's first Grand Ball adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Petrushka: Garard Green

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Natasha Rostova: Rate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Abbé Morio: Sean Barrett

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Mme Peronskaya: Madi Hedd

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis and 8: Natasha's first Grand Ball adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

For free booklet giving cast and episode details, please send SAE 9x12 to ' War and Peace,' BBC, London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Petrushka: Garard Green

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Natasha Rostova: Rate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Ilya Rostov: David March

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Abbé Morio: Sean Barrett

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Mme Peronskaya: Madi Hedd"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700222]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts

8: Natasha's First Grand Ball Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Blnchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vera Rostova: Margaret Wolfit

Sonya: Patricia Callimore

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700224]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis , Stephen Murray Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

9: Christmas at Otradnoe adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Uncle: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Princess Anna Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis , Stephen Murray Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

9: Christmas at Otradnoe adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Uncle: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Princess Anna Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis , Stephen Murray Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

9: Christmas at Otradnoe adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Uncle: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Princess Anna Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Martin Jarvis , Stephen Murray Christopher Guinee and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

9: Christmas at Otradnoe adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Uncle: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Princess Anna Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Madame Karagina: Margot Boyd

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700301]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts

Part 9: Christmas at Otradnoe adapted by CONSTANCE cox Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

UnCle: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Princess Anna Drubetskaya: Daphne Newton

Julie Karagina: Alexa Romanes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700303]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , David March

Sean Arnold , Kathleen Heime and 10: Abduction adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Sean Arnold

Unknown: Kathleen Heime

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Shinshin: Garard Green

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Madame Suppert-Roguet: Hilda Kriseman

Marya Dmietrievna: Kathleen Helme

Mile Georges: Margaret Wolfit

Balaga: Leonard Fenton

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , David March

Sean Arnold , Kathleen Heime and 10: Abduction adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Sean Arnold

Unknown: Kathleen Heime

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Shinshin: Garard Green

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Madame Suppert-Roguet: Hilda Kriseman

Marya Dmietrievna: Kathleen Helme

Mile Georges: Margaret Wolfit

Balaga: Leonard Fenton

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , David March

Sean Arnold , Kathleen Heime and 10: Abduction adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Sean Arnold

Unknown: Kathleen Heime

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Shinshin: Garard Green

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Madame Suppert-Roguet: Hilda Kriseman

Marya Dmietrievna: Kathleen Helme

Mile Georges: Margaret Wolfit

Balaga: Leonard Fenton

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , David March

Sean Arnold , Kathleen Heime and 10: Abduction adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Sean Arnold

Unknown: Kathleen Heime

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Shinshin: Garard Green

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Madame Suppert-Roguet: Hilda Kriseman

Marya Dmietrievna: Kathleen Helme

Mile Georges: Margaret Wolfit

Balaga: Leonard Fenton

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700308]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 10: Abduction adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Anatole Kuragin: Sean Arnold

Marya Dmietrievna: Kathleen Helme

Fedya Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Hglene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Mile Georges: Margaret Wolfit

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Shinshin :: Garard Green

Madame Suppert-Roguet: Hilda Kriseman

Balaga: Leonard Fenton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700310]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited bv Michael BAKEWELL

Executive produ cer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , David March Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 11: 1812 - War adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee ' is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Balashev: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Marshal Murat: Michael McClain

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martln Jarvis

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Chernyshev: Brian Haines

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Zdrzhinski: Peter Pratt

Ilyin: Gordon Gardner

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Deacon: Christopher Bidmead

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited bv Michael BAKEWELL

Executive produ cer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , David March Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 11: 1812 - War adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee ' is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Balashev: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Marshal Murat: Michael McClain

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martln Jarvis

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Chernyshev: Brian Haines

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Zdrzhinski: Peter Pratt

Ilyin: Gordon Gardner

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Deacon: Christopher Bidmead

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited bv Michael BAKEWELL

Executive produ cer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , David March Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 11: 1812 - War adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee ' is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Balashev: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Marshal Murat: Michael McClain

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martln Jarvis

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Chernyshev: Brian Haines

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Zdrzhinski: Peter Pratt

Ilyin: Gordon Gardner

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Deacon: Christopher Bidmead

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited bv Michael BAKEWELL

Executive produ cer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Stephen Murray , David March Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

Part 11: 1812 - War adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday. 2.30 pm)

(Christopher Guinee ' is in ' The Magistrate ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Stephen Murray

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Helene Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Balashev: Leonard Fenton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Marshal Murat: Michael McClain

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martln Jarvis

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Chernyshev: Brian Haines

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Zdrzhinski: Peter Pratt

Ilyin: Gordon Gardner

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Deacon: Christopher Bidmead

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700315]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 11: 1812 War adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Nicolai Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

Balashev: Leonard Fenton

Marshal Murat: Michael McClain

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Chernyshev: Brian Haines

-Ilyin: Gordon Gardner

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Deacon: Christopher Bidmead

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700317]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 episodes from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE

AND AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck

Stephen Murray. Martin Jarvis Christopher Guinee Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

12: Ave Atque Vale adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

And==>: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Stephen Murray.

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

TolStOy: Denys Hawthorne

Barclay de Tolly: John Rye

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Prince Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Dessalles: Ronald Herdman

Alpatyeb: Peter Pratt

Ferapontov: David March

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Dron: Ronald Herdman

Dunyasha: Patricia Gallimore

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Hyin: Gordon Gardner

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

General KutUZOV: Felix Felton

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Lieut Berg: Geoffrey Collins

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700322]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 12; Ave Atque Vale adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Prince Bolkonsky: Stephen Murray

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Prince Bagration: Norman Shelley

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Berthier: John Rye

Dron: Ronald Herdman

Ferapontov: David March

Alpatych: Peter Pratt

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Anna Pavlovna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700324]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUBE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWLLL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

13: 25 August 1S12 - Borodino Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maube

Edited By: Michael Bakewlll

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

General Benmgsen: John Bryning

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Colonel Fabvier: Malcolm Hayes

De Beausset: Nigel Lambert

General Rapp: Brian Haines

Volzogen: Leonard Fenton

Adjutant: Sean Barrett

General Kutuzov: Fellx Felton

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUBE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWLLL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

13: 25 August 1S12 - Borodino Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maube

Edited By: Michael Bakewlll

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

General Benmgsen: John Bryning

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Colonel Fabvier: Malcolm Hayes

De Beausset: Nigel Lambert

General Rapp: Brian Haines

Volzogen: Leonard Fenton

Adjutant: Sean Barrett

General Kutuzov: Fellx Felton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUBE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWLLL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

13: 25 August 1S12 - Borodino Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maube

Edited By: Michael Bakewlll

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

General Benmgsen: John Bryning

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Colonel Fabvier: Malcolm Hayes

De Beausset: Nigel Lambert

General Rapp: Brian Haines

Volzogen: Leonard Fenton

Adjutant: Sean Barrett

General Kutuzov: Fellx Felton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUBE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWLLL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

13: 25 August 1S12 - Borodino Cast in order of speaking

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maube

Edited By: Michael Bakewlll

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

General Benmgsen: John Bryning

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Colonel Fabvier: Malcolm Hayes

De Beausset: Nigel Lambert

General Rapp: Brian Haines

Volzogen: Leonard Fenton

Adjutant: Sean Barrett

General Kutuzov: Fellx Felton"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700329]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

13: 25 August 1812 - Borodino

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Boris Drubetskoy: John Rye

General Bennigsen: John Bryning

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Berthier: John Rye

Colonel Fabvier: Malcolm Hayes

De Beausset: Nigel Lambert

General Rapp: Brian Haines

Volzogen: Leonard Fenton

Adjutant: Sean Barrett

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700331]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy David March , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

14: Betrayal and Loss adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Count Bennigsen: John Bryning

General KUTUZOV: Felix Felton

Ermolov: John Gabriel

Grandee: Peter Pratt

Count Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Monsieur Jobert: Garard Green

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Official: Hector Ross

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy David March , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

14: Betrayal and Loss adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Count Bennigsen: John Bryning

General KUTUZOV: Felix Felton

Ermolov: John Gabriel

Grandee: Peter Pratt

Count Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Monsieur Jobert: Garard Green

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Official: Hector Ross

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy David March , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

14: Betrayal and Loss adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Count Bennigsen: John Bryning

General KUTUZOV: Felix Felton

Ermolov: John Gabriel

Grandee: Peter Pratt

Count Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Monsieur Jobert: Garard Green

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Official: Hector Ross

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy David March , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

14: Betrayal and Loss adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: David March

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Count Bennigsen: John Bryning

General KUTUZOV: Felix Felton

Ermolov: John Gabriel

Grandee: Peter Pratt

Count Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Hélène Bezukhova: Sonia Fraser

Monsieur Jobert: Garard Green

Marya Dmitrievna: Kathleen Helme

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Official: Hector Ross

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700407]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

15: The Unsettled Question adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: John Powell

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Interpreter: Garard Green

Publican: Brian Haines

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Bootmaker: Nigel Lambert

Lunatic: Frederick Treves

KUtuzov: Felix Felton

Murat: Michael McClain

PierreBezukhov: David Buck

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Natasha Rostova: Kate Dinchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

15: The Unsettled Question adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Interpreter: Garard Green

Publican: Brian Haines

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Bootmaker: Nigel Lambert

Lunatic: Frederick Treves

KUtuzov: Felix Felton

Murat: Michael McClain

PierreBezukhov: David Buck

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Natasha Rostova: Kate Dinchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

15: The Unsettled Question adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Interpreter: Garard Green

Publican: Brian Haines

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Bootmaker: Nigel Lambert

Lunatic: Frederick Treves

KUtuzov: Felix Felton

Murat: Michael McClain

PierreBezukhov: David Buck

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Natasha Rostova: Kate Dinchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Martin Jarvis Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

15: The Unsettled Question adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Berthier: John Rye

Interpreter: Garard Green

Publican: Brian Haines

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Bootmaker: Nigel Lambert

Lunatic: Frederick Treves

KUtuzov: Felix Felton

Murat: Michael McClain

PierreBezukhov: David Buck

Gerasim: Clifford Norgate

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Natasha Rostova: Kate Dinchy

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Timokhin: Geoffrey Collins

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700412]by I.EO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 15: The Unsettled Question adapted by CONSTANCE cox Principal characters

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: John Powell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Rostopchin: Heron Carvic

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Berthier: John Rye

Murat: Michael McClain

Sonya: Patricia Callimore

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700414]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , Jeremy Clyde and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

16: The Foil of Moscow adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2 30 pm)

(Jeremy Clyde is in Conduct Unbecoming' at the Queen's Theatre; Christopher Guinee in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Woman at fire: Jo Manning Wilson

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Tsar Alexander: Johnpullen

Col Michaud: Leslie Heritage

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Governor of Voronezh: John Dearth

Catherine: Crizelda Hervey

Lvdia Ivanycha: Alexa Romanes

Grigori Ivanych: Ian Dewar

Anna Malvintseva: Betty Hardy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Young Nicolai: Jo Manning Wilson

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Fer Nce

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Platen Karataev: Patrick Troughton

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , Jeremy Clyde and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

16: The Foil of Moscow adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2 30 pm)

(Jeremy Clyde is in Conduct Unbecoming' at the Queen's Theatre; Christopher Guinee in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Woman at fire: Jo Manning Wilson

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Tsar Alexander: Johnpullen

Col Michaud: Leslie Heritage

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Governor of Voronezh: John Dearth

Catherine: Crizelda Hervey

Lvdia Ivanycha: Alexa Romanes

Grigori Ivanych: Ian Dewar

Anna Malvintseva: Betty Hardy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Young Nicolai: Jo Manning Wilson

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Fer Nce

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Platen Karataev: Patrick Troughton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , Jeremy Clyde and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

16: The Foil of Moscow adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2 30 pm)

(Jeremy Clyde is in Conduct Unbecoming' at the Queen's Theatre; Christopher Guinee in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Woman at fire: Jo Manning Wilson

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Tsar Alexander: Johnpullen

Col Michaud: Leslie Heritage

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Governor of Voronezh: John Dearth

Catherine: Crizelda Hervey

Lvdia Ivanycha: Alexa Romanes

Grigori Ivanych: Ian Dewar

Anna Malvintseva: Betty Hardy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Young Nicolai: Jo Manning Wilson

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Fer Nce

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Platen Karataev: Patrick Troughton

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , Jeremy Clyde and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

16: The Foil of Moscow adapted by CONSTANCE cox Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2 30 pm)

(Jeremy Clyde is in Conduct Unbecoming' at the Queen's Theatre; Christopher Guinee in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Jeremy Clyde

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Woman at fire: Jo Manning Wilson

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Tsar Alexander: Johnpullen

Col Michaud: Leslie Heritage

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Governor of Voronezh: John Dearth

Catherine: Crizelda Hervey

Lvdia Ivanycha: Alexa Romanes

Grigori Ivanych: Ian Dewar

Anna Malvintseva: Betty Hardy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Young Nicolai: Jo Manning Wilson

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Fer Nce

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Platen Karataev: Patrick Troughton"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700419]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 16: The Fall of Moscow adapted by CONSTANCE cox

Directed by RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Constance Cox

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Hippolyte Kuragin: Jeremy Clyde

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Julie Drubetskaya: Alexa Romanes

Bilibin: Geoffrey Collins

Anna Scherer: Madi Hedd

Vasili Kuragin: James Thomason

Catherine: Grizelda Hervey

Grigori Ivanych: Ian Dewar

Anna Malvintseva: Betty Hardy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Col Michaud: Leslie Heritage

Governor of Voronezh: John Dearth

Young Nicolai: Jo Manning Wilson

Marshal Davout: Garard Green

Lavrushka: Leonard Fenton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700421]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

17: Patience and Time adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

General Bennigsen: John Bryning

General Ermolov: John Gabriel

General Toll: Nigel Lambert

OrlOV: Garard Green

Grekov: Derek Seaton

Berthier: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

17: Patience and Time adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

General Bennigsen: John Bryning

General Ermolov: John Gabriel

General Toll: Nigel Lambert

OrlOV: Garard Green

Grekov: Derek Seaton

Berthier: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

17: Patience and Time adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

General Bennigsen: John Bryning

General Ermolov: John Gabriel

General Toll: Nigel Lambert

OrlOV: Garard Green

Grekov: Derek Seaton

Berthier: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis , Felix Felton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

17: Patience and Time adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by JOHN POWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Felix Felton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: John Powell

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

General Bennigsen: John Bryning

General Ermolov: John Gabriel

General Toll: Nigel Lambert

OrlOV: Garard Green

Grekov: Derek Seaton

Berthier: John Rye

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700426]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 17: Patience and Time adapted by VAL GIELGUD Principal characters:

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Marya Bdlkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Natalya Rostova: Ilona Ference

Berthier: John Rye

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700428]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

18: Bright Day is Done adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Cossack Captain: John Pullen

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

French drummer boy: Jo Manning Wilson

Zherkhov: Frederick Treves

Likhachev: Peter Tuddenham

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Berthier: John Rye

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Abbé de Pradt: Clifford Norgate

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

18: Bright Day is Done adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Cossack Captain: John Pullen

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

French drummer boy: Jo Manning Wilson

Zherkhov: Frederick Treves

Likhachev: Peter Tuddenham

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Berthier: John Rye

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Abbé de Pradt: Clifford Norgate

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

18: Bright Day is Done adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Cossack Captain: John Pullen

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

French drummer boy: Jo Manning Wilson

Zherkhov: Frederick Treves

Likhachev: Peter Tuddenham

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Berthier: John Rye

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Abbé de Pradt: Clifford Norgate

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck. Kate Binchy Patrick Troughton and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

18: Bright Day is Done adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Patrick Troughton

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Dolokhov: Sean Barrett

Cossack Captain: John Pullen

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

French drummer boy: Jo Manning Wilson

Zherkhov: Frederick Treves

Likhachev: Peter Tuddenham

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Berthier: John Rye

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Abbé de Pradt: Clifford Norgate

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700503]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 18: Bright Day is Done adapted by VAL GIELGUD

Directed by NESTA PAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Val Gielgud

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Platon Karataev: Patrick Troughton

Petya Rostov: Derek Seaton

Denisov: Nigel Lambert

DolokhOV: Sean Barrett

Countess Nataly Rostoya: Ilona Ference

Napoleon: Peter Pratt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700505]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by louise and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Felix Felton. Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 19: Reluctant Duwn adapted by MICHAEL bakewell Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Felix Felton.

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Nesta Pain

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Staff Officer: David Spenser

Makeev: David March

Sergeant: Peter Tuddenham

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Soldiers: Frederick Treves

Soldiers: Nigel Lambert

Morel: Leonard Fenton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Willarski: John Rye

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by louise and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Felix Felton. Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 19: Reluctant Duwn adapted by MICHAEL bakewell Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Felix Felton.

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Staff Officer: David Spenser

Makeev: David March

Sergeant: Peter Tuddenham

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Soldiers: Frederick Treves

Soldiers: Nigel Lambert

Morel: Leonard Fenton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Willarski: John Rye

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by louise and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Felix Felton. Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 19: Reluctant Duwn adapted by MICHAEL bakewell Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Felix Felton.

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Staff Officer: David Spenser

Makeev: David March

Sergeant: Peter Tuddenham

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Soldiers: Frederick Treves

Soldiers: Nigel Lambert

Morel: Leonard Fenton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Willarski: John Rye

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by louise and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Executive producer RONALD MASON with David Buck , Kate Binchy

Felix Felton. Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 19: Reluctant Duwn adapted by MICHAEL bakewell Cast in order of speaking:

Directed by NESTA PAIN

(Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Producer: Ronald Mason

Unknown: David Buck

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Felix Felton.

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Staff Officer: David Spenser

Makeev: David March

Sergeant: Peter Tuddenham

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Soldiers: Frederick Treves

Soldiers: Nigel Lambert

Morel: Leonard Fenton

Tsar Alexander: John Pullen

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Count Willarski: John Rye"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700510]by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts 19: Reluctant Down adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL Principal characters:

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Tolstoy: Denys Hawthorne

Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

General Kutuzov: Felix Felton

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Makeev: David March

Ramballe: Charles Hodgson

Princess Catiche: Jo Manning Wilson

Tsar Alexander I: John Pullen

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700512]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

20: An Epilogue adapted by Michael BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Series adapted for broadcasting by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL, and CONSTANCE COX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN , LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MJTCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed bv

JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

(Christopher Guinee is in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Broadcasting By: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Harry Catlin

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mjtchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Unknown: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya ROSTOV: David March

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natasha Bezukhova: Kate Binchy

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

20: An Epilogue adapted by Michael BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Series adapted for broadcasting by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL, and CONSTANCE COX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN , LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MJTCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed bv

JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

(Christopher Guinee is in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Broadcasting By: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Harry Catlin

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mjtchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Unknown: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya ROSTOV: David March

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natasha Bezukhova: Kate Binchy

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

20: An Epilogue adapted by Michael BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Series adapted for broadcasting by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL, and CONSTANCE COX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN , LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MJTCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed bv

JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

(Christopher Guinee is in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Broadcasting By: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Harry Catlin

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mjtchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Unknown: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya ROSTOV: David March

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natasha Bezukhova: Kate Binchy

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE and AYLMER MAUDE

Edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee

Elizabeth Proud , and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy

20: An Epilogue adapted by Michael BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON (Repeated: Sunday, 2.30 pm)

Series adapted for broadcasting by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL, and CONSTANCE COX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN , LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MJTCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed bv

JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

(Christopher Guinee is in 'The Magistrate' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Unknown: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Broadcasting By: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Harry Catlin

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mjtchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Unknown: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya ROSTOV: David March

Countess Nataly Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess Natasha Bezukhova: Kate Binchy

Mademoiselle Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen"

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700517]"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 20: An Epilogue adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON

Series adapted for radio by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL and CONSTANCE FOX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN. LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MITCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed by JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Directed By: Ronald Mason

Unknown: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Harry Catlin.

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mitchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess: Natasha Bezukhova

Countess: Kate Binchy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 20: An Epilogue adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON

Series adapted for radio by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL and CONSTANCE FOX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN. LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MITCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed by JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Harry Catlin.

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mitchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess: Natasha Bezukhova

Countess: Kate Binchy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 20: An Epilogue adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON

Series adapted for radio by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL and CONSTANCE FOX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN. LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MITCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed by JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Harry Catlin.

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mitchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess: Natasha Bezukhova

Countess: Kate Binchy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen

"by LEO TOLSTOY

A dramatisation in 20 parts from the translation by LOUISE MAUDE and AYLMER MAUDE edited by MICHAEL BAKEWELL with David Buck. Kate Binchy Martin Jarvis

Christopher Guinee Elizabeth Proud and Denys Hawthorne as Tolstoy 20: An Epilogue adapted by MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Directed by RONALD MASON

Series adapted for radio by VAL GIELGUD , MICHAEL BAKEWELL and CONSTANCE FOX

Programme Operations team HARRY CATLIN. LESLIE PITT PETER NOVIS , MARY WYSE DAVID GREENWOOD JANET MITCHELL

LLOYD SILVERTHORNE, DAVID WILSON Special effects in collaboration with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Series directed by JOHN POWELL , NESTA PAIN and RONALD MASON

Executive producer RONALD MASON

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy

Translation By: Louise Maude

Translation By: Aylmer Maude

Edited By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: David Buck.

Unknown: Kate Binchy

Unknown: Martin Jarvis

Unknown: Christopher Guinee

Unknown: Elizabeth Proud

Unknown: Denys Hawthorne

Adapted By: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Val Gielgud

Unknown: Michael Bakewell

Unknown: Harry Catlin.

Unknown: Leslie Pitt

Unknown: Peter Novis

Unknown: David Greenwood

Unknown: Janet Mitchell

Unknown: David Wilson

Directed By: John Powell

Unknown: Ronald Mason

Count Ilya Rostov: David March

Countess Rostova: Ilona Ference

Vaska Denisov: Nigel Lambert

Count Nicolai Rostov: Christopher Guinee

Marya Bolkonskaya: Elizabeth Proud

Sonya: Patricia Gallimore

Countess: Natasha Bezukhova

Countess: Kate Binchy

Mile Bourienne: Patricia Gallimore

Little Andrei Rostov: Peter Bartlett

Little Natasha Rostova: Kate Binchy

Count Pierre Bezukhov: David Buck

Young Nicolai Bolkonsky: Martin Jarvis

Desalles: John Pullen"

Programme Catalogue - Details: 17 April 198419911215First broadcast on 1984-04-17

Producer: A. BURTON

Next in series: 24 February 1995

Previous in series: 27 December 1977

Broadcast history

17 Apr 1984 11:00-11:25 (RADIO 3)

01 Nov 1986 13:40-14:10 (RADIO 3)

15 Dec 1991 09:15-10:15 (RADIO 3)

Recorded on 1983-07-11

Programme Catalogue - StationRadio 3
012015010120150103 (R4)

Andrei joins the army, while Prince Vassily and Anna battle over Count Bezukhov's will.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

There's a lively dinner party at the Rostov family home and Anna Mikhailovna Dubretskoy is in battle with Prince Vassily over the will and inheritance of the wealthy Count Bezukhov. It seems Pierre, his illegitimate son, could be about to inherit the Count's vast fortune. Meanwhile, Andrei's decision to join the army causes tension between him and his pregnant wife, Lise.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Andrei joins the army, while Prince Vassily and Anna battle over Count Bezukhov's will.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

There's a lively dinner party at the Rostov family home and Anna Mikhailovna Dubretskoy is in battle with Prince Vassily over the will and inheritance of the wealthy Count Bezukhov. It seems Pierre, his illegitimate son, could be about to inherit the Count's vast fortune. Meanwhile, Andrei's decision to join the army causes tension between him and his pregnant wife, Lise.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"Andrei joins the army, while Prince Vassily and Anna battle over Count Bezukhov's will.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

There's a lively dinner party at the Rostov family home and Anna Mikhailovna Dubretskoy is in battle with Prince Vassily over the will and inheritance of the wealthy Count Bezukhov. It seems Pierre, his illegitimate son, could be about to inherit the Count's vast fortune. Meanwhile, Andrei's decision to join the army causes tension between him and his pregnant wife, Lise.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

Andrei joins the army, while Prince Vassily and Anna battle over Count Bezukhov's will.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

There's a lively dinner party at the Rostov family home and Anna Mikhailovna Dubretskoy is in battle with Prince Vassily over the will and inheritance of the wealthy Count Bezukhov. It seems Pierre, his illegitimate son, could be about to inherit the Count's vast fortune. Meanwhile, Andrei's decision to join the army causes tension between him and his pregnant wife, Lise.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

022015010120150110 (R4)

Having inherited his father's fortune, Pierre becomes the new Count Bezukhov and the richest man in Russia. Prince Vassily's charming daughter, Helene, captures Pierre's attention and before long they are married. But will it be a happy match?

Meanwhile, Princess Marya is being wooed by Helen's wily brother, Anatole, while war dominates for others - Prince Andrei is building a respectful relationship with General Kutuzov and courageously speaks out to Prince Bagration in defence of Captain Tushin while Nikolai is wounded at Shoengraben. The Battle of Austerlitz is imminent.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Having inherited his father's fortune, Pierre becomes the new Count Bezukhov and the richest man in Russia. Prince Vassily's charming daughter, Helene, captures Pierre's attention and before long they are married. But will it be a happy match?

Meanwhile, Princess Marya is being wooed by Helen's wily brother, Anatole, while war dominates for others - Prince Andrei is building a respectful relationship with General Kutuzov and courageously speaks out to Prince Bagration in defence of Captain Tushin while Nikolai is wounded at Shoengraben. The Battle of Austerlitz is imminent.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"Having inherited his father's fortune, Pierre becomes the new Count Bezukhov and the richest man in Russia. Prince Vassily's charming daughter, Helene, captures Pierre's attention and before long they are married. But will it be a happy match?

Meanwhile, Princess Marya is being wooed by Helen's wily brother, Anatole, while war dominates for others - Prince Andrei is building a respectful relationship with General Kutuzov and courageously speaks out to Prince Bagration in defence of Captain Tushin while Nikolai is wounded at Shoengraben. The Battle of Austerlitz is imminent.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

Having inherited his father's fortune, Pierre becomes the new Count Bezukhov and the richest man in Russia. Prince Vassily's charming daughter, Helene, captures Pierre's attention and before long they are married. But will it be a happy match?

Meanwhile, Princess Marya is being wooed by Helen's wily brother, Anatole, while war dominates for others - Prince Andrei is building a respectful relationship with General Kutuzov and courageously speaks out to Prince Bagration in defence of Captain Tushin while Nikolai is wounded at Shoengraben. The Battle of Austerlitz is imminent.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

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After the Austrian retreat, the armies meet at the town of Austerlitz. Stars Simon Russell Beale, Leo McKern and Amanda Redman.

The Austrians have been routed by Napoleon, leaving the Russians outnumbered by the French at the town of Austerlitz. Episode 2 of 10.

1805. Russia's allies, the Austrians, have been overthrown by Napoleon. Episode 2 of 10.

"

032015010120150117 (R4)

Napoleon maps out his strategic plan against the Russians at Austerlitz. General Kutuzov and Andrei are both wounded in the battle and Andrei's family don't know if he is alive. Meanwhile, Pierre challenges Dolokhov to a duel over Helene - he suspects them of being lovers - and Pierre and Helene argue, but she refuses to separate. Denisov and Nikolai return to the Rostov home while at Bald Hills, Lise is in childbirth but will she and Andrei ever see each again?

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

"Napoleon maps out his strategic plan against the Russians at Austerlitz. General Kutuzov and Andrei are both wounded in the battle and Andrei's family don't know if he is alive. Meanwhile, Pierre challenges Dolokhov to a duel over Helene - he suspects them of being lovers - and Pierre and Helene argue, but she refuses to separate. Denisov and Nikolai return to the Rostov home while at Bald Hills, Lise is in childbirth but will she and Andrei ever see each again?

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

"

"Napoleon maps out his strategic plan against the Russians at Austerlitz. General Kutuzov and Andrei are both wounded in the battle and Andrei's family don't know if he is alive. Meanwhile, Pierre challenges Dolokhov to a duel over Helene - he suspects them of being lovers - and Pierre and Helene argue, but she refuses to separate. Denisov and Nikolai return to the Rostov home while at Bald Hills, Lise is in childbirth but will she and Andrei ever see each again?

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

"

"

Napoleon maps out his strategic plan against the Russians at Austerlitz. General Kutuzov and Andrei are both wounded in the battle and Andrei's family don't know if he is alive. Meanwhile, Pierre challenges Dolokhov to a duel over Helene - he suspects them of being lovers - and Pierre and Helene argue, but she refuses to separate. Denisov and Nikolai return to the Rostov home while at Bald Hills, Lise is in childbirth but will she and Andrei ever see each again?

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter."

042015010120150124 (R4)Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

"

"Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

"

"

Pierre meets a wise stranger, Bazdeev, and becomes a Freemason. Natasha catches the eye of Captain Denisov who rashly proposes - Countess Rostov sets him straight. Nikolai confesses his huge gambling debts to his father, Count Rostov, and vows never to gamble again. General Denisov vows never to propose again.

Following Lise's death, Pierre visits Bald Hills to try and console a broken Andrei and siblings Andrei and Marya draw close when Andrei's young son, Nikolenka, is dangerously ill. Meanwhile, on the battlefield, Denisov takes drastic action to feed his starving troops but the consequences are harsh. And following a business visit to Count Rostov, Andrei encounters Natasha Rostov and is enchanted - he wants to live again.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

052015010120150131 (R4)There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"

There is much excitement as the Rostov family is invited to the Emperor's New Year's Eve Ball where Andrei meets Natasha Rostov for the first time. The two of them fall deeply in love, but are the rumours of his proposal to her true? And how will Andrei's domineering father, Prince Bolkonsky, react to the news?

Pierre, still a freemason, is growing increasingly distant from Helene. Meanwhile the Rostov family is in an increasingly dire financial position and Countess Rostov is desperate for Nikolai to marry Julia Karagin whose wealth could save them. But Nikolai and his penniless cousin Sonya love each other and are determined to marry.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

062015010120150207 (R4)Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

Natasha struggles to cope with Andrei's absence and is sent to stay with her Godmother in Moscow, so that she can meet with Prince Bolkonsky and Marya in a attempt to win them over. It all goes wrong when she is tempted to stray by the two timing Anatole Kuragin who immediately fills Natasha's head with promises of his love. Could Natasha be about to throw away everything she already has with her beloved fiancee, Andrei, for the hand of this wicked Prince?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

072015010120150214 (R4)Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

Andrei grows ever more bitter about Natasha's behaviour with Anatole Karagin and, after a heated argument with his father, feels he has little choice but to leave Bald Hills in order to rejoin the army and forget the past. Petya, the youngest child of the Rostovs also wants to join the army much to the horror and worry of the Countess.

Meanwhile, Pierre is convinced that he is on a mission to single-handedly save Russia from Napoleon, while his own feelings towards Natasha could be something more than just those of a concerned 'guardian'. As the war continues to spread across Russia, Prince Bolkonsky and Marya are warned by Andrei that troops could be drawing closer to their home near Smolensk. The news is too much for the old Prince.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

082015010120150221 (R4)Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

Marya flees Bald Hills when it is subject to attack from the French army. After being rescued by Nikolai from a near peasants revolt, they both realise their mutual love for one another, despite Nikolai already being promised to Sonya.

Pierre decides to visit the Battlefields at Borodino where he encounters Andrei who is now living in a broken down shed and desperately trying to forget his previous life. General Kutuzov is leading the cavalry. Despite Pierre warning Andrei of the rumours that Kutuzov is a traitor to the Russians and questioning whether Kutuzov is a skilled commander, Andrei believes that, with Kutuzov by their side, they will win the battle. Although, unknown to Andrei, Kutuzov may have to sacrifice Moscow in the process.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

092015010120150228 (R4)As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

As the Rostovs pack up ready to leave Moscow, Natasha invites all the wounded soldiers to stay in their house. Nikolai is still in love with Marya but feels he cannot go back on his promise to Sonya. That night, a wounded officer is wheeled into the courtyard - Prince Andrei - who Sonya is told won't live long. She and the Countess decide not to reveal the news to Natasha.

Meanwhile, Pierre returns to the Queen-less hive that is Moscow where he receives a letter from Countess Bezukhov requesting a divorce. The French Army arrive to find Moscow deserted and completely out of control while Pierre wanders through the now-empty city, in disguise, as he initiates his solo mission to assassinate Napoleon. But fate could be about to interrupt his grand plan.

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

102015010120150307 (R4)In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."

"In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

"

"

In this concluding episode, Pierre recalls his time in the barracks - a surprisingly happy time where he meets a prisoner, Platon Karateev. Kutuzov reluctantly leads the Battle of Tarutino, a Russian victory by a series of accidents.

Meanwhile, Sonya is left little choice but to return her promise to Nikolai so that he can marry his true love, Marya. Countess Rostov receives shocking news and Natasha is still suffering from the death of her beloved Prince Andrei. Kutuzov is called upon once again by the Emperor, this time to 'save Europe'. What will be the General's ultimate decision for Russia?

A dynamic new all-day dramatisation by Timberlake Wertenbaker of Leo Tolstoy's epic - from the translation by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokonsky - follows the fortunes of three Russian aristocratic families during the Napoleonic War. Starring Lesley Manville, John Hurt, Alun Armstrong and Harriet Walter.

The story moves between their past and present as Pierre, Natasha, Marya and Nikolai talk to their children about the events that shaped their lives and the lives of every Russian who lived through these troubled times.

War and Peace reflects the panorama of life at every level of Russian society in this period. The longest of 19th Century novels, it's an epic story in which historical, social, ethical and religious issues are explored on a scale never before attempted in fiction. From this, Timberlake Wertenbaker has created a riveting radio dramatisation in ten episodes.

Director: Celia de Wolff

Executive Producer: Peter Hoare

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4."