Waverley

Episodes

TitleComments
Genome: [r4 Bd=19940102]

First in a four-part dramatisation of Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, with Richard Greenwood as Edward Waverley. As Bonnie Prince Charlie tries to regain the throne of Great Britain for the Stuart dynasty, a young Englishman finds himself fighting on the wrong side. 1: Red Coat - White Cockade.

Music by lain Johnstone. with Mhairi Campbell (violin, viola), Ron Shaw (cello) and Mike Travis (drums).

Dramatised by Roger Danes. Director Patrick Rayner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940102]

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Richard Greenwood

Unknown: Edward Waverley.

Unknown: Bonnie Prince Charlie

Music By: Lain Johnstone

Violin: Mhairi Campbell

Viola: Ron Shaw

Viola: Mike Travis

Dramatised By: Roger Danes.

Director: Patrick Rayner

Bradwardine: John Buick

Flora: Wendy Seager

Rose: Maria Miller

Fergus: James Bryce

Donald Bean Lean: Paul Young

Davey: Tom Smith

Houghton: Stuart McQuarrie

Evan Dhu: Finlay Welsh

Cohan Beg: Steven McNicoll

Aunt Rachel: Mary Riggans

SrEverard: Robin Thompson

Colonel Gardiner: David McKail

MacWheeble: John Shedden

Bahnawhappie: Finlay McLean

AMce: Euza Langland

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940107]

I First in a four-part dramatisation of Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.

1: Red Coat- White Cockade.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940107]

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940114]

Continuing the dramatisation of Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940114]

Unknown: Walter Scott

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940116]

Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, in fourepisodes.

3: Bonnet, BeltandSword. Waverley, who was due to stand trial for treason, has been rescued by the rebels.

Music composed and performed by lain Johnstone, with Mhairi Campbell (violin/viola), Ron Shaw (cello) and Mike Travis (drums)

Dramatised by Roger Danes

Director Patrick Rayner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940116]

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Viola: Ron Shaw

Viola: Mike Travis

Dramatised By: Roger Danes

Director: Patrick Rayner

Edward Waverley: Richard Greenwood

Bradwardine: John Buick

Flora: Wendy Seager

Rose: Maria Miller

Fergus: James Bryce

Prince Charles: Tom Smith

Col Talbot: Crawford Logan

Houghton _: Stuart McQuarrie

Evan Dhu: Finlay Welsh

Col Gardiner: Davld McKail

(Mum Beg: Steven McNicoll

Mrs Flockhart: Euza Langland

Janet: Alyxis Daly

Mac Wheeb/e: John Shedden

Balmawhappk: Finlay McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940121]

Second of a four-part dramatisation of Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion. With

Richard Greenwood as Edward Waverley.

3: Bonnet, Belt and Sword. Due to stand trial for treason, Waverley has been rescued by the rebels.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940121]

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Richard Greenwood

Unknown: Edward Waverley.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940123]

Concluding episode of Sir Walter Scott 's novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.

Liberty in Every Blow. Waverley and the Jacobite army reach Derby, but then the retreat begins.

Music composed and performed by Iain Johnstone. with Mhairi Campbell (violin/viola), Ron Shaw (cello) and Mike Travis (drums) Dramatised by Roger Danes

Director Patrick Rayner

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940123]

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott

Unknown: Iain Johnstone

Violin: Mhairi Campbell

Viola: Ron Shaw

Viola: Mike Travis

Dramatised By: Roger Danes

Director: Patrick Rayner

Edward Waverley: Richard Greenwood

Bradwardine: John Buick

Flora: Wendy Seager

Rose: Maria Miller

Fergus: James Bryce

Prince Charles: Tom Smith

Colonel Talbot: Crawford Logan

EvatlDhu: Finlay Welsh

Judge: Derek Anders

Callum Beg: Steven McNicoll

Mrs Flockhart: Eliza Langland

Mrs Nosebag: Alyxis Daly

Mac Wkeeble: John Shedden

Murray: Iain Agnew

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940128]

Concluding the dramatisation of Sir Walter Scott 's great novel of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.

Liberty in Every Bow. Waverley and the Jacobite army reach Derby, but then the retreat begins.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19940128]