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by Agatha Christie
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Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None Saturday Drama  Agatha Christie's famous detective story without a detective, adapted by Joy Wilkinson.  Ten guests are separately invited to an island by a person none of them knows very well, if at-all. When they arrive, it seems they have all been invited for different reasons. Nothing quite adds up. An anonymous voice accuses each of them of having murdered someone. By the end of the first night, one of the guests is dead. Stranded by a violent...
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A giant of 20th century genre fiction, Bradbury’s imaginative stories lend themselves particularly well to the audio medium. Here’s a collection of dramatizations and readings from BBC Radio. In FLAC whenever possible. 1959-03-05 The Veldt (dramatized by Jack Pulman) A futuristic cautionary tale about the perils of smart technology, where danger prowls in the nursery... Ray Bradbury's gripping sci-fi story first published in 1950. Lydia/Witch… Diana Olsson George… John Cazabon Peter…...
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Agatha Christie's   Elephants Can Remember Dramatised by Michael Bakewell A provocative question posed by a formidable busybody sends Hercule Poirot and Ariadne Oliver on a series of journeys to unravel the mystery of a tragedy from the distant past - provoked in equal measure by love and hate. Hercule Poirot: John Moffat Ariadne: Julia McKenzie Chief Superintendent Garroway: Trevor Cuthbertson Celia: Rachel Bavidge Desmond: Ifan Meredith Mrs Burton-Cox: Paula Jacobs Julia: Jane Wenham Nanny:...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Elephants Can Remember, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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By Agatha Christie First published in 1942 whodunit Dramatised by Michael Bakewell When a young blonde is found dead at Gossington Hall, it takes St Mary Mead's most famous resident to solve the vicious murder Cast: Miss Jane Marple .... June Whitfield Colonel Melchett …. Richard Todd Dolly Bantry …. Pauline Jameson Colonel Bantry …. Jack Watling Sir Henry Clithering …. Graham Crowden Conway Jefferson …. John Hartley Inspector Slack …. John Baddeley Adelaide Jefferson …....
Topics: Agatha Christie, The Body In The Library, Miss Marple, Radio Drama
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Neil Munro and Barry Morgan https://www.assortednonsense.com/inspector-nickles/ Series One 1 The Mystery Project kicks off a new series this week: The Investigations of Quentin Nickles, by John Richard Wright.  01 It's 1895, and Nickles is a new employee of the Ontario Constabulary, after a stint with Scotland Yard. This week's episode is "Murder on the CPR": Nickles has just arrived in Canada, and is on his way to take up his new appointment with the Ontario Constabulary, when a...
Topics: The Investigations of Quentin Nickles, John Richard Wright, Radio drama, CBC Mystery Project
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The 4.50 From Paddington Michael Bakewell's dramatisation of the Agatha Christie novel For an instant the two trains ran together, side by side. In that frozen moment, Elspeth witnessed a murder. Helplessly, she stared out of her carriage window as a man remorselessly tightened his grip around a woman’s throat. The body crumpled. Then the other train drew away. But who, apart from Miss Marple, would take her story seriously? After all, there were no suspects, no other witnesses… and no...
Topics: Agatha Christie. The 4.50 From Paddington, Miss Marple, Radio Drama
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Agatha Christie's Dumb Witness [Poirot] Dramatised by Michael Bakewell   1/2 One morning, Hercule Poirot's post includes a distressing communication from an elderly spinster seeking his help, but not saying why.   What intrigues him most is that the letter was written two months ago.   He persuades Captain Hastings that they must investigate immediately.   Hercule Poirot: John Moffatt Captain Hastings: Simon Williams Miss Lawson: Joanna David Theresa Arundell: Tracy Wiles Charles...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Dumb Witness, Poirot, Radio Drama
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Murder on the Orient Express Michael Bakewell’s five-part dramatisation of Agatha Christie’s 1934 murder mystery, with an all-star cast 1: A passenger is destined not to complete the journey.   Cast in order of appearance:   Miss Debenham: Francesca Annis Taurus Express Guard: Vic Tablian Hercule Poirot: John Moffatt The Hotel Clerk: Kevork Malikyan Monsieur Bouc: Andre Maranne Mr Ratchett: Joss Ackland MacQueen: James Telfer Pierre Michel: Frank Windsor Mrs Hubbard: Sylvia Syms Miss...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express, Poirot, John Moffat, Michael Bakewell, All-Star...
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Agatha Christie's Death in the Clouds Dramatised by Michael Bakewell. It is 1935 and Hercule Poirot's horror of flying is compounded when a fellow passenger on a cross-channel aeroplane is found murdered. Poirot: John Moffatt Lady Horbury: Carolyn Jones Chief Insp Japp: Philip Jackson Fournier: Geoffrey Whitehead Daniel: Murray Melvin Jane: Teresa Gallagher Norman: Ben Crowe Jean: Andrew Harrison Dr Bryant: Bruce Purchase Elise: Liza Sadovy Anne: Priyanga Elan Steward/Clerk: Stephen Critchlow...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Death In The Clouds, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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And Then There Were None Agatha Christie's famous detective story without a detective. First published in 1939. Ten guests are separately invited to an island by a person none of them knows very well, if at-all. When they arrive, it seems they have all been invited for different reasons. Nothing quite adds up. An anonymous voice accuses each of them of having murdered someone. By the end of the first night, one of the guests is dead. Stranded by a violent storm and tormented by the nursery...
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Agatha Christie's The Lie First broadcast: Sat 29th Aug 2020, 14:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM Trapped in an unhappy marriage and provoked by her husband's obsession with her younger sister, Nan disappears from the family home for a night – with devastating consequences. A series of dramatic revelations will lead either to divorce or reconciliation - but the outcome depends on whether Nan's sister will lie to protect her. Agatha Christie's extraordinary early play, which predates her famous stage...
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Topics: Agatha Christie, The Lie, Radio Drama
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Agatha Christie - Endless Night Joy Wilkinson's adaptation This psychological thriller concerns the murderous ambitions of a young adventurer, Michael. His dream is to build a magnificent house in the English countryside - but that requires money. Luckily he meets a beautiful heiress. Starring Jonathan Forbes as Mike, Lizzy Watts as Ellie, Sarah Stewart as Greta, Victoria Lennox as Mrs Lee, Chris Pavlo as Mr Constantine, John Rowe as Philpott, Joseph Tremain as Young Mike, Dan Starkey as...
Topics: Endless Night, By Agatha Christie, psychological thriller, Radio Drama
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The Murder of Roger Ackroyd By Agatha Christie Dramatised by Michael Bakewell When Hercule Poirot retires to the country to grow vegetable marrows, he finds that someone has planted the seeds of treachery and murder. Hercule Poirot .… John Moffatt Dr Sheppard …. John Woodvine Roger Ackroyd …. Laurence Payne Raymond …. Peter Gilmore Parker the Butler …. Deryck Guyler Caroline …. Diana Olsson Miss Russell …. Eva Stuart Ralph Paton …. Paul Sirr Flora …. Zelah Clarke...
Topics: Agatha Christie. The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd, Radio Drama
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Neuromancer tells the story of Case, an out-of-work computer hacker hired by a mysterious patron to participate in a seemingly impossible crime. BBC World Service Drama production of Neuromancer Two episodes Play of the Week on 8 and 15 September 2002 Dramatised by Mike Walker Directed by Andy Jordan Cast: Owen McCarthy as Case Nicola Walker as Molly James Laurenson as Armitage John Shrapnel as Wintermute Colin Stinton as Dixie David Webber as Maelcum David Holt as Riviera Peter Marinker as...
Topics: Neuromancer, William Gibson, Science Fiction, Radio Drama, BBC World Service
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Saturday-Night Theatre: Five Little Pigs Sat 18th Jun 1994, 19:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Agatha Christie. Sixteen years after her mother was convicted of murdering her father, the young Carla Lemarchant seeks the help of Hercule Poirot. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell.   Director Enyd Williams   Hercule Poirot: John Moffatt Meredith Blake: Graham Crowden Philip Blake: Derek Waring Miss Williams: Carmel McSharry Elsa Greer: Suzy Aitchison Angela: Charlotte Attenborough Caroline Crale: Jemma...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Five Little Pigs, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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Agatha Christie The Unexpected Guest Adapted for radio and directed by Gordon House A foggy night... a lonely country house ... and a woman with a gun in her hand quietly surveying the dead body of her husband. She has obviously murdered him. But then nothing is obvious in an Agatha Christie thriller…. Laura Warwick: Jill Meers Michael Starkwedder: Alexander John Miss Bennett: Diana Bishop Jan Warwick: Elizabeth Lindsay Mrs Warwick: Margot Boyd Henry Angell: Anthony Hyde Sgt Cadwallader: Sion...
Topics: Agatha Christie, The Unexpected Guest, Radio Drama
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By Agatha Christie Dramatised by Michael Bakewell A perverse eccentric's idea of amusement goes horribly wrong when a murderer strikes during a game of bridge.   Fortunately, Hercule Poirot is among the guests. Hercule Poirot …… John Moffatt Mr Shaitana …… Christopher Godwin Ariadne Oliver …… Stephanie Cole Colonel Race …… Donald Sinden Supt Battle …… Ioan Meredith Mrs Lorrimer …… Mary Wimbush Dr Roberts …… David Timson Major Despard …… Nigel Anthony Anne...
Topics: Cards On The Table, By Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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After the Funeral By Agatha Christie Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Following the interment of Richard Abernethie, his sister Cora blurts out that he was surely murdered. The next day, she is found dead. Starring John Moffat as Hercule Poirot. Frank Thornton as Mr Entwhistle, and John Baddeley as Inspector Morton. Miss Gilchrist: Jennifer Piercey Helen Abernethie: Tessa Worsley Maud Abernethie: Jill Balcon Timothy Abernethie: John Hartley Susan Banks: Fritha Goodey Gregory Banks: Trevor Rawlins...
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Topics: After The Funeral, By Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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Agatha Christie   The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side From the book first published in 1962   Dramatised by Michael Bakewell. Lines from Tennyson's poem The Lady of Shalott form a vital clue to a murder. After her husband died, Dolly Bantry sold Gossington Hall to ex-film star Marina Gregg and her husband. When the glamorous couple throw a benefit for the local hospital, the grounds are thronged with curious visitors, but for one of them, the day ends in tragedy. It is...
Topics: Agatha Christie, The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side, Miss Marple, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL CBC
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Becker House Detective Created by Martin Kitsch T he hero of  Becker: House Detective , another  CBC radio series,  BECKER  clues us in on his lot in life: "The Queen of the Rockies. A Grand Hotel. About the last thing you'd expect to find in the Rockies in 1923, but then I may be the last thing you'd expect to find in a Grand Hotel. I'm the House Detective. Becker's the name. Just Becker." So he's a 1920s house dick who, like the hotel, is a little out of place. It seems Becker...
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Topics: Becker House Detective, radio drama, CBC Mystery Project, Canadian Rockies, mystery
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Radio Theatre: Murder in the Mews Sun 20th Mar 1955, 15:30 on Light Programme Dramatised for radio by Anthony Aspinall from the story by Agatha Christie. Produced by David H. Godfrey in the London Studios of the BBC.   Freddie Hogg: Ian Whittaker Chief Inspector Japp: Jack Melford Hercule Poirot: Richard Williams Detective-Sergeant Jameson: Ronald Sidney Doctor Brett: Duncan McIntyre Jane Plenderleith: Monica Grey Mrs Hogg: Ella Milne Charles Laverton-West: Allan Cuthbertson Major Henry...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Murder In The Mews, Radio Drama, Poirot
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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Caves of Steel Sat 24th Jun 1989, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Isaac Asimov Dramatised by Bert Coules With Ed Bishop as Elijah Baley and Sam Dastor as Daneel. New York - the Future: The murder of a Spacer creates a crisis that could destroy the Earth.   Technical Presentation: Tim Sturgeon and Wilfredo Acosta Director: Matthew Walters Elijah Baley: Ed Bishop Daneel: Sam Dastor Enderby: Matt Zimmerman Jessie: Beth Porter Fastolfe: Christopher Good Joe: Vincent...
Topics: Isaac Asimov, The Caves Of Steel, Sci-Fi
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Saturday-Night Theatre: Agatha Christie's Murder on the Links Sat 15th Sep 1990, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM Hercule Poirot is summoned to France, but on arrival he discovers that his client is dead…. The Belgian sleuth launches a murder investigation and the baffling mystery begins to unfold... Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director: Enyd Williams Hercule Poirot …. John Moffatt Captain Hastings …. Jeremy Clyde Dulcie Duveen …. Madeline Smith Sergeant of Police …. Kein...
Topics: Agatha Christie, Murder On The Links, Hercule Poirot, Radio Drama
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John Steinbeck's epic tale exploring the nature of good and evil, inspired by the story of Cain and Abel. Starring Holliday Grainger, Robin Laing and David Yip. Dramatised in three parts by Donna Franceschild. Director: Kirsty Williams Episode 1 Cathy Ames is a young woman who has always filled her parents with a deep sense of unease. Adam and Charles Trask are brothers whose relationship veers dangerously between love and hate. Their lives are about to collide in a dark and febrile drama about...
Topics: John Steinbeck, East Of Eden, Good and Evil, Familial Love, Radio Drama
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Unnatural Death The novel by Dorothy L. Sayers dramatised for radio by David Geary. With Hugh Burden as Lord Peter Wimsey and Clifford Norgate as Det-Insp Charles Parker. PARKER: Look, two doctors examined that body - one with close knowledge of the deceased, the other entirely independent. They found nothing. WIMSEY: As would 99 doctors out of 100. The 100th might be looking for something the others weren't. PARKER: But looking for what? Clifford Norgate: Det-Insp Charles Parker Dr Carr: John...
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Dramatisation of the great modernist novel, specially edited for BBC Radio 4 Extra. 16th June 1904: Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom's Dublin days unwind.  With Henry Goodman, Andrew Scott and Stephen Rea. Directed by Jeremy Mortimer. Episode 1 With Henry Goodman, Andrew Scott and Stephen Rea. 8am: 'Stately plump' Buck Mulligan calls Stephen Dedalus to the top of the Martello tower overlooking Dublin Bay - and so begins James Joyce's celebrated account of the 16th June 1904. The combined...
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by Ann Cleeves
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Raven Black By Ann Cleeves. Dramatised for radio by Iain Finlay MacLeod. Atmospheric dramatisation of the award-winning crime novel set deep in a Shetland winter. When a young woman is found strangled in a snow-covered field, the inhabitants of small Shetland hamlet Ravenswick are thrown into shock. Disbelief soon turns to anger and suspicion falls upon elderly loner Magnus Tait. But Detective Jimmy Perez has a hunch that the case is more complicated than that solution might suggest. Raven...
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The Friday Play: The Old Man and the Sea Fri 11th Jun 1999, 21:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Ernest Hemingway   Dramatised by Bob Sherman Academy Award-winning actor Rod Steiger stars in this   dramatisation of the book described by William Faulkner as "one of the best American novels ever written".   An old fisherman's epic struggle for one last great fish is a classic fable of the 20th century.   Set in Cuba, the thrilling epic battle between an old man and a large marlin....
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MURDER FOR CHRISTMAS 1: Hercule Poirot's Christmas By Agatha Christie, dramatised by Michael Bakewell The year is 1938. Simeon Lee is a monster to all around him and especially his family - but someone has planned to seek revenge on this particular Christmas Eve. Hercule Poirot: Peter Sallis Directed By: Enyd Williams Col Johnson: Manning Wilson Supt Sugden: Edward de Souza Simeon Lee: Cyril Luckham Alfred Lee: Richard Durden Lydia Lee: Rachel Gurney George Lee: Gordon Reid Magdalene Lee:...
Topics: 01, Hercule Poirot's Christmas, Murder for Christmas, Radio Drama
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Roald Dahl: Boy Patrick Malahide provides the voice of Dahl in a colourful adaptation by Lucy Catherine. A full dramatisation of tales from his own childhood. Sometimes magical, sometimes grotesque but always true, Dahl's boyhood stories are as remarkable as the acclaimed fiction he would go on to write as an adult. "An autobiography is a book a person writes about his own life. It is usually full of all sorts of boring details. This is not an autobiography.” The story...
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by George Orwell
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The 1953 Theatre Guild on the Air  adaptation of George Orwell's novel. Winston Smith ... Richard Widmark Julia ... Marian Seldes O'Brien ... Alan Hewitt Broadcast on NBC April 26, 1953
Topics: NBC, Old Time Radio, Old Time Radio Drama, OTR Drama, OTR, dystopia, 1984, dystopian society,...
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The Shape of Things to Come: Brave New World Mon 26th Aug 1991, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM Brave New World is a dystopian novel by English author Aldous Huxley, written in 1931 and published in 1932. Largely set in a futuristic World State, inhabited by genetically modified citizens and an intelligence-based social hierarchy, the novel anticipates huge scientific advancements in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation and classical conditioning that are combined to...
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Journey to the Centre of the Earth Jules Verne's classic adventure, dramatised by Steve Walker Lidenbrok, a Hamburg geologist, decodes runes which tell of a passage to the centre of the Earth.   Axel: Nathaniel Parker Prof Lidenbrok: Nicholas Le Prevost Rosemarie McNab: Kristin Milward Hans/Student: Oliver Senton Grauben: Deborah Berlin Martha: Eva Stuart With Peter Yapp, Michael Tudor-Barnes and Joshua Towb Director Eoin O'Callaghan  Saturday-Night Theatre:   Sat 9th Dec 1995...
Topics: Journey To The Centre Of The Earth, By Jules Verne, Sci-Fi, Adventure
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Dramatised for Radio by Hanif Kureishi Joseph K. is an unexceptional man. He lives a quiet life and works in a bank. But one ordinary morning he is woken by two men. and finds himself under arrest. What is his crime? From that moment on, Joseph K. enters a strange, bewildering world of nightmare. Joseph K:……Mike Gwilym Willem:…….David Peart Franz:……..Stuart Organ Frau Grubach:……..Madi Hedd Inspector:…….Simon Hewitt Nelghbour:………Eva Stuart Block:……..Michael Bilton...
Topics: Franz Kafka, The Trial, Radio Drama
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Drama on 3: Slaughterhouse-Five Sun 20th Sep 2009, 20:00 on BBC Radio 3 An adaptation, dramatised by Dave Sheasby, of Kurt Vonnegut's anti-war novel, which tells the story of Billy Pilgrim, prisoner of war, optometrist and time-traveller. Producer/Director David Hunter   Narrator:……John Guerassio Billy Pilgrim:….Andrew Scott Bernard:…..Nathan Osgood Mary:…..Joanne McQuinn Montana:…..Annabelle Dowler Barbara:…..Sarah Goldberg Valencia:…….Madeleine Potter Roland...
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First published in 1950, the action is set 100 years in the future, as Lydia and George struggle with their technologically advanced home taking over their lives and their role as parents. Their two children, Peter and Wendy are obsessed with a virtual reality room called the 'nursery' which can reproduce any place they imagine. Lydia is distraught over their morbid preoccupation with a vivid virtual African Veldt complete with smells, where lions roam the open rural landscape. Consequently,...
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Pontypool By Tony Burgess; 58 Minutes BBC World Service / Worldplay Broadcast: June 21, 2009 In the sleepy town of Pontypool no one is safe from a mysterious new virus so devastating it will leave you literally speechless. “Shock jock Grant Mazzy has, once again, been kicked-off the Big City airwaves and now the only job he can get is the early morning show at CLSY Radio in Pontypool Ontario, which broadcasts from the basement of the small town’s only church. What begins as another boring...
Topics: Pontypool, Tony Burgess, Horror, Sci-Fi, Radio Drama
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The Saturday Play: The Mystery of the Yellow Room Sat 20th Jun 1998, 15:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM Gaston Leroux's mystery, dramatised by Stephen Sheridan. The door was bolted and the windows barred, so how was Mile Stangerson shot at, knocked unconscious, and left for dead?   Director:…..David Blount Rouletabille:……Nicholas Boulton Sainclair:…..Charles Simpson inspector Larson:….Geoffrey Whitehead Darzac:….Alastair Danson With: Becky Hindley, Hugh Dickson, Stephen Thorne, Brian Parr
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Dramatised for radio by Michael Hardwick 
An American is found dead in an empty house in the Brixton Road. Inspector Gregson of Scotland Yard is puzzled. He consults Mr Sherlock Holmes, a rather eccentric young gentleman who, together with J. H. Watson MD, has recently taken up residence at 221B Baker Street. 
Produced By Roger Pine BBC Birmingham
 CAST: Sherlock Holmes:………Robert Powell Dr. Watson:………Dinsdale Landen Insp. Lestrade:…….John Hollis Insp....
Topics: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Study In Scarlet, Sherlock Holmes, Saturday Night Theatre, Radio Drama
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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Hollow Man From: Sat 13th Sep 1997, 20:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM By John Dickson Carr, dramatised in two parts by Peter Ling. Director Enyd Williams 1: Into Thin Air.   An illusionist threatens an eminent professor.   Dr Gideon Fell: Donald Sinden Detective Inspector Hadley: John Hartley With Nigel Davenport, Jillie Meers, Chris Pavlo, Sean Baker, loan Meredith, Amanda Gordon, Steve Hodson, Hugh Dickson and Robert Harper.   2: The Second Bullet.   Dr Fell...
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PEGGY DELANEY by James W. Nichol  A hard-drinking, hard-writing forty-ish Toronto newspaper columnist who can more than hold her own with any of the guys in the newsroom. Guide To James W. Nichol Peggy Delaney https://archive.org/details/guide-to-james-w.-nichol-peggy-delaney
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Drawing on the original Robin Hood ballads, the great English hero Robin Hood's adventures take him from May Day revels in Sherwood to crusading battles in the Holy Land - and back again to a life and death struggle with the Sheriff of Nottingham and an even more sinister enemy… Robin Hood.........John Nettles Little John.......Gerry Hinks Friar Tuck ......Michael Tudor Barnes Will Scarlet .......Peter Meakin Guy of Gisborne .......Struan Rodger Sherriff Of Nottingham.......Norman Rodway...
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The Lost World:   by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, dramatised in three parts by Peggy Wells and Barry Campbell. 1: The Monster of Enmore Park Being an account of the amazing adventures of Professor E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee and Mr Ed Malone of the Daily Gazette.   The time: 1907. Professor Challenger: Francis de Wolff Edward Malone: Kevin McHugh Lord John Roxton: Gerald Harper Professor Summerlee: Carleton Hobbs Gladys: Carole Boyd McArdle: Henry Stamper Austin: Paul...
Topics: The Lost World, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Radio Drama
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01  By Mark Twain, dramatised by Marcy Kahan. One of the great American novels comes into rich and multilayered life in the most complete dramatisation yet. This BBC/Canadian Broadcasting Corporation co-production evokes pre-Civil War America, and follows Huck and the runaway slave Jim on their journey down the Mississippi on a raft. Twain's wise and affectionate writing gives voice to Huck's growing understanding of Jim's humanity, and remains controversial. This programme contains language...
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Widely regarded as the first modern novel, Miguel de Cervantes's classic tale chronicles the adventures of the knight-errant Don Quixote de la Mancha and his faithful squire Sancho Panza in 17th century Spain. Published in two volumes a decade apart, Don Quixote is the most influential work of literature to emerge from the Spanish Golden Age and perhaps the entire Spanish literary canon. As a founding work of modern Western literature, it regularly appears at or near the top of lists of the...
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John Wyndham - The Midwich Cuckoos The classic 1957 sci-fi novel. Adaptation by William Ingram Three 30-minute episodes BBC World Service, first broadcast betwen 9 and 23 December 1982 Directed by Gordon House Music by Roger Limb of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop Episode 1 The mystery deepens when all the residents of the rural village of Midwich suddenly fall into a state of unconsciousness... Colonel Bernard Westcott ...... Charles Kay
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Saturday Drama: The Haunted Hotel First broadcast: Sat 26th May 2012, 14:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Wilkie Collins Dramatised by Rod Beacham Prouducer/Director: Bruce Young In 1860, the formidable Countess Narona marries a rich young aristocrat in London - but shortly after travelling to Venice her husband dies, apparently of natural causes, leaving the Countess a rich woman. Years later, guests in a Venetian hotel encounter the terrifying apparition of a murder victim seeking revenge....
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Topics: Wilkie Collins, The Haunted Hotel, gothic horror tale, ghost story, detective mystery, Radio Drama
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Thomas Mann The Magic Mountain Dramatised by Olwen Wymark In 1907, Hans Castorp , a young engineer, travels to a sanatorium in the Alps to visit his tubercular cousin Joachim. Before Hans can leave he is himself diagnosed with TB and ends up staying for seven years. He loses all sense of time and gives himself up to a community with its own rules and morality. During his stay, 
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Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Adapted from the novel by Otto Lowy Guy Montag is a fireman. In his world, where television rules and literature is on the brink of extinction, firemen start fires rather than put them out. His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden. Montag never questions the destruction and ruin his actions produce, returning each day to his bland life and wife, Mildred, who spends all day with her...
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Hattie Naylor's dramatisation of Stansilaw Lem's modern sci-fi classic. 1/2.  A psychologist is sent to a run-down space station to find out what has happened to its crew. When his long-dead wife turns up, he finds himself in deep trouble.  Kris: Ron Cook Rheya: Joanne Froggatt Snow: Tim McMullan Sartorius: Stuart Richman Woman: Maxine Burth 2/2: Rheya finds out who she really is, and the knowledge proves unbearable. Kris is falling in love with his replica wife and wants to take her back to...
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Topics: Stansilaw Lem, Solaris, Science Fiction, Radio Drama
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by Alan Carter
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Prime Cut Episode 1 of 2 Banished to the Stock Squad after his involvement in a police frame up, one-time golden boy DSC Cato Kwong is given a final chance at redemption. When the Great Southern Ocean washes up a headless torso, Cato is called in from the cold and sent to the remote mining town of Hopetoun, Western Australia to investigate. If he can quickly solve the case then maybe he can get his career back on track. Only his investigation takes him deep into the murky waters of migrant...
Topics: BBC Drama, Crime Down Under
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Saturday Play: A Man Lay Dead   Sat 6th Jan 2001, 14:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Ngaio Marsh   Dramatised by Michael Bakewell directed by Enyd Williams. Two parts combined Jeremy Clyde as Chief Detective Inspector Roderick Alleyn When a murder takes place at a country-house party, Chief Detective Inspector Alleyn faces another baffling case. It’s the Spring of 1930-something . Sir Herbert Handesley, famous for his entertaining parties, has planned to liven up the current one with a...
Topics: Ngaio Marsh, A Man Lay Dead, Radio Drama, Roderick Alleyn, Detective
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by Charles Dickens
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A Tale of Two Cities  By Charles Dickens Dramatised by Mike Walker Episode 1/5: Recalled to Life Robert Lindsay leads a cast which includes Alison Steadman, Jonathan Coy, Andrew Scott, Paul Ready and Karl Johnson in a new dramatisation of Charles Dickens's classic, with original music by Lennert Busch. From the echo of the first line 'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times' to the final 'It is a far far better thing that I do than I have ever done', Dickens's novel of the French...
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by Charlotte Bronte
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Jane Eyre [Omnibus] Charlotte Bronte's most beloved novel - the iconic and dangerous love story starring Amanda Hale and Tom Burke Award-winning writer Rachel Joyce adapts Charlotte Bronte's famous novel for BBC Radio 4 as part of this year’s bicentenary celebrations of Bronte’s birthday (21st April 1816).  This 10-part drama is a mix of romance, passion, injustice and danger all wrapped-up in a love story. Jane Eyre is arguably as relevant today as it was when it was published in 1847. It...
Topic: BBC Drama
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Heart Of Darkness By  Joseph Conrad Riveting psychological drama tracks Mr. Marlow's perilous journey into the African Congo in search of Mr. Kurtz, who is missing in the interior and is believed to have gone mad. Starring: Lorne Greene, John Colicos, Jane Mallett   CBC Stage, 23 Jan. 1949 Producer: Andrew Allan From Toronto Trans-Canada Network,  60 min. No. 17 of Stage 49. Rebroadcast CBC Stage, 6 June 1951 Producer: Andrew Allan From Toronto Trans-Canada  Network, 60 min.  No. 31 of...
Topics: Heart Of Darkness, Joseph Conrad, Radio Drama, Classic Literature
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Meet Bonnie Marsden, a forty-five-year-old mother of four who hires herself out as a housekeeper when she loses her job as a loans officer in a small Nova Scotia town. But Bonnie ends up doing much more than housework as mystery, mayhem and murder abound in her home town of Membertou County. Each week brings a startling new case that needs cleaning up: a child with Downs Syndrome is found frozen to death in the woods; Bonnie's son Robbie is accused of vandalism; and the local game warden is...
Topics: Clean Sweep, Alf Silver, CBC Mystery Project, Radio drama, Nova Scotia, Deborah Allen, Richard...
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Arnold Ridley's 1920s thriller, adapted by Shaun McKenna.
 The last steam train from London to Cornwall carries a disparate group of travellers. The last thing any of them needs is to be stranded on a deserted railway station which is the object of a terrible local superstition. Music composed by: Andy Price Director: Marion Nancarrow Richard Winthrop: Christopher Wright Elsie Winthrop: Tracy Ann Oberman. Teddie Deakin: Adam Godley Charles Murdock: David Brooks Peggy Murdock: Alison Pettitt...
Topics: Tʜᴇ Gʜᴏsᴛ Tʀᴀɪɴ, Aʀɴᴏʟᴅ Rɪᴅʟᴇʏ, Thriller, Saturday Night Theatre
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Afternoon Theatre: The Daughter of Time Mon 30th Aug 1982, 15:02 on BBC Radio 4 FM The novel by Josephine Tey, dramatised by Neville Teller Laid up in hospital with a broken leg. Inspector Grant decides to fill his days by trying to solve the riddle of the murder of the two princes in the Tower. Richard Ill's name has become a synonym for evil. but did the hated hunchback really murder his two nephews? Or did they In fact outlive him? Directed by Graham Gauld   Alan Grant:……..Peter...
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by Val McDermid
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S01 Deadheading [Omnibus] [Julie Hesmondhalgh] Best selling crime writer Val McDermid turns to comedy capers among the carrots, as we rummage through the undergrowth of a murder on the allotments.  Starring Julie Hesmondhalgh and Miriam Margolyes. It's a case for Detective Chief Inspector Alma Blair, the Alpha Detective, her sergeant Jason Trotter, and Jo Blake the crime scene manager. Watch how the women behave towards each other. Rivals? Not quite. There may even be a barely detectable...
Topics: BBC Drama, Comedy, Crime, Julie Hesmondhalgh
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by B.S. Johnson
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The Unfortunates Last broadcast on Sun, 17 Oct 2010, 20:00 on BBC Radio 3. by B.S. Johnson adapted by Graham White Cast: Bryan ..... Martin Freeman Tony ..... Patrick Kennedy Wendy ..... Claire Rushbrook  June ..... Jacqueline Defferary Tony's Father ..... Sean Baker First Aid Woman/Tony's Mother ..... Christine Kavanagh Sation Announcer/Reporter ..... Tony Bell Landlady/Clerk ..... Sally Orrock Guest House owner/Reporter ..... Jude Akuwudike Clerk/Newspaper Voice ..... Lloyd Thomas...
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by Samuel Beckett
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This is a recording of the 1997 Canadian Broadcast Corporation radio adaptation of Samuel Beckett's classic play. with James Blendick, Tim MacDonald, Tom McCamus, Stephen Ouimette and Joe Dinicol Directed by Brian Bedford Recorded in front of an audience in the Glenn Gould Studio, CBC Broadcast Centre, Toronto, Canada 
Topics: Samuel Beckett, CBC, CBC Radio, CBC Radio Drama, Brian Bedford, Stephen Ouimette
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Pocket City Blues Written by Charles Tidler  Horton Spring is a 45 year old freelance writer and amateur detective who struggles to make ends meet in Victoria, British Columbia. Cast: Horton Spring - Michael Hogan Jennifer (ex-wife) - Susan Hogan Nelson (son) - Chris Lovick 4 episodes from March 1997 to April 1997. Episodes: Ep.1 “When Things Go Wrong” All the family’s belongings are lost in a suspicious fire. And Nelson knows more than he’s letting on. Ep.2 “The Double Door”...
Topics: Pocket City Blues, radio drama, CBC Mystery Project, Charles Tidler, Victoria, British Columbia
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Strangers on a Train Craig Warner's adaptation of the novel     by Patricia Highsmith When two young men meet on a train, there's nothing they fear to say. They'll never see each other again. Charles Bruno: Anton Lesser Guy Haines: Michael Sheen Anne Haines: Saskia Reeves Gerard: Bill Nighy Elsie Bruno: Jane Whittenshaw Alex: Denys Hawthorne With: Roger May; Stephen Critchlow; John Hartley;   Andrew Branch Music: Craig Warner Director: Andy Jordan Thu 25th Jan 1996 14:00 on BBC Radio 4...
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by Herman Melville
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The 1949 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio adaptation, broadcast March 6, 1949 on CBC Stage 49  and starring Lorne Greene as Ahab.
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Kim Peacock and Marjorie Westbury in   'PAUL TEMPLE AND THE VANDYKE AFFAIR’ BBC Light Programme   The famous Paul Temple was born in Ontario, Canada, son of the late Lt.-General Ian Temple, and went to England at an early age. He was educated at Rugby and Magdalen College, Oxford, and from age of 22 earned his living as a writer of detective novels. While on holiday in Cornwall he became accidentally involved in the notorious Tenworthy case. Sir Graham Forbes, of Scotland Yard, was so...
Topics: Francis Durbridge, Paul Temple And The Van Dyke Affair, 1950, Mystery, Adventure, Radio Drama
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by C. S. Forester
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The African Queen [2015] Drama Samantha Bond and Toby Jones star in a new dramatisation of C.S. Forester's classic World War 1 novel. Set in 1915, Rose Sayer's work as a missionary comes to an abrupt end when the village she and her brother, Reverend Samuel Sayer, live in is invaded by the German army. Samuel dies of fever and Rose blames the ungodly Germans for having ground him down and frightened off the entire village.  Patriotically, but naively, Rose conceives of blowing up a German...
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Drama on 3: Heart of Darkness Sun 13th Jul 2003, 18:30 on BBC Radio 3 By Joseph Conrad,. adaptation by Jeremy Howe. Marlow, a sea captain, is ordered to sail up the Congo River to find out what has happened to Mr Kurtz, an ivory trader. The journey takes him into the heart of an unknowable darkness.   Music: David Lord Producer: Jeremy Howe With David Calder as Marlow. Cast Marlow - David Calder Mr Kurtz - Bill Wallis The Disciple - Kris Marshall The Company Doctor - John Webb The Manager...
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Monsieur Pamplemousse Investigates - Culinary Detective Pamplemousse is a retired policeman living in Paris, now making a living as an inspector for "Le Guide", a Michelin-like restaurant directory. His long-suffering wife is Doucette, and his constant companion Pommes Frites is a bloodhound. These three episodes of Michael Bond's detective story are dramatised by Alick Rowe and star Gorden Kaye and Shirley Dixon. 1 Black Tuesday Michael Bond's French detective investigates dirty...
Topics: Michael Bond, Monsieur Pamplemousse Investigates, Detective, France, Radio Drama
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In The Blood  by Paul LeDoux  CBC Mystery Project 8 Episodes From Halifax Guide To In The Blood pdf The Halifax mystery series featuring Investigator Marty Carlin M ARTY CARLIN worked for fifteen yeara as a detective for the Toronto cops until health problems, a botched stakeout and a dead partner had him and his wife Sharon hightailing it back to his hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he planned to pursue a calmer, quieter career as an insurance investigator.
Topics: In The Blood, Paul LeDoux, Halifax, radio drama, CBC Mystery Project
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by Garry Disher
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Crime Down Under: The Dragon Man Drama  By Garry Disher, dramatised by D.J.Britton. It's hot, it's nearly Christmas, and Hal Challis has a serial killer to catch. On the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne, young women are being targeted and murdered and the perpetrator leaves no clues. A series of recorded messages taunting the police, along with a spate of deliberate fire-setting, increase the pressure on the team to make an arrest before the holiday. But they can't find anything to connect...
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William Shakespeare Venus and Adonis To mark the anniversary of Shakespeare's birth 440 years ago, a new production of his exquisite retelling of a classical myth about desire and loss. Director Sara Benaim
 CAST: Narrator:…………Nicholas Bourton Venus:………..Claire Skinner Adonis:…………Chris Moran Drama on 3: Venus and Adonis Sun 25th Apr 2004, 18:30 on BBC Radio 3 MUSIC LIVE With Venus and Adonis, Shakespeare launched his career as a poet. The poem is a minor epic, a...
Topics: William Shakespeare, Venus And Adonis, Desire, Pursuit, Loss, Radio Drama
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by Charles Webb
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The Graduate C lassic Serial, The Graduate Episode 1 of 2  It's the summer of 1963 in suburban California and Benjamin Braddock has the world at his feet. He's just graduated from university with a teaching scholarship, his dad has bought him a fancy new Italian sports car, and all the Braddocks' friends and neighbours have been invited to a house party to celebrate. There's just one problem. Benjamin refuses to leave his room. He's worried about his future. His parents are perplexed. The...
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The Cherry Orchard 23 November 2018 Chekhov's celebrated stage play is given a new version by writer/composer duo, Katherine Tozer and John Chambers. Ranyevskya returns to the family estate after 5 years in Paris to face seemingly insurmountable debts. Local businessman Lopakhin is keen to offer her a way out but there'll be a price to pay. Ranyevskya ..... Emma Fielding Lopakhin ..... Neil Dudgeon Anya ..... Lucy Doyle Varya ..... Joan Iyiola Gayev ..... Dominic Coleman Peter ..... Nicholas...
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Last Seen Wearing Colin Dexter's Inspector Morse is reluctant to take over an old missing persons case from a dead colleague, but murder is Morse's speciality and the case soon has complications. Dramatised by: Guy Meredith Inspector Morse: John Shrapnel Sergeant Lewis: Robert Glenister Chief Supt Strange: John Hartley Mrs Ainley: Auriol Smith Donald Phillipson: Miles Anderson Sheila Phillipson: Melinda Walker Gwen Taylor: Frances Jeater George Taylor: Donald Sumpter Reginald Baines: Terence...
Topics: Last Seen Wearing, By Colin Dexter, 1994, Radio Drama
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1: Crime at Christmas: Whose Body? Sat 26th Dec 1987, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Dorothy L. Sayers, dramatised by: Michelene Wandor A body is found and a body is lost - but whose body has appeared in a bath in Battersea and where is the body of famous financier Sir Reuben Levy, who went to bed one night in his flat in Park Lane and simply disappeared? Lord Peter Wimsey investigates ... BBC Pebble Mill Director: Vanessa Whitburn Lord Peter Wimsey: Gary Bond Bunter: John Cater Mr Parker:...
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