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Könnin kello   Könn’s clock [Finnish Language] In Hertha Odeman’s story, old family stories  and ghost stories revolve around Könn’s clock.  Huugo Jalkanen translated to Finnish Broadcasting.  Directed by Markus Rautio.  Patruuna Henrik Malmi - Kalle Rouni. Marianna, hänen vaimonsa - Salli Karuna. Kaarlo, heidän poikansa - Kaarlo Kytö. Helena, hänen vaimonsa - Terttu Soinvirta. Eino, heidän poikansa - Seppo Sariola. Eeva, hänen vaimonsa - Emma Väänänen. Pikku-Mirja,...
Topics: Hertha Odeman, Könnin, Kello Könn’s clock, Radio Drama, 1946, Finnish Language
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Westway BBC World Service These are episodes I recorded in the 1990’s.  They  Were broadcast via shortwave and  aired overnight on WNYE New York. 01 Westwawy Moving Day. 02 Westway A Double Life. Westway was a radio soap opera broadcast twice a week on the BBC World Service from November 1997 to October 2005. It focused on life in and around the fictional Westway Health Centre in West London. It was named after the Westway, the main road route into London from the west. The...
Topics: Westway, Moving Day, A Double Life, Soap Opera
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Here After Comedy drama by William Ash and Andrew Knott Seventeen year old Jake is getting ready to go out and buzzing with excitement for the night ahead until he finds himself trapped in his room with an unexpected visitor who has come to tell Jake something that will change his life forever.   Young Jake: Alex Carter Old Jake: Steve Evets Middle Jake: Pearce Quigley Matty: Dean Smith Directed by Nadia Molinari    Afternoon Drama First broadcast:  Mon 7th Jul 2014 14:15 on BBC Radio 4...
Topics: William Ash and Andrew Knott, Here After, Comedy, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 24th Jan 1976, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM The Heroine by Antonia Fraser with Maxine Audley In 1644, in the English Civil War, the Countess of Derby held Lathom House for the King during a three months' siege, while her husband was away at the war. This play is based on that historic siege, and tells a story of heroism - of more than one kind. Producer Betty Davies   Charlotte, Countess of Derby: Maxine Audley Lady Katherine Stanley, her elder daughter..: Patricia...
Topics: Antoinia Fraser, The Heroine, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 15th Dec 1984, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM Ride a Red Pony by Angela Sewell 'Death comes for his victims mounted on a white horse, but madness rides a red pony....' This is the story of Juana la Loca (Joan the Mad) the Infanta of Spain at the turn of the 15th century. Directed By: Graham Gauld Juana: Anne Rosenfeld Alviriz: John Church Queen Isabella: Jill Balcon King Ferdinand: Jack May Philip the Fair: Owen Scott Duchess: Margot Boyd Lequiros: Alaric Cotter...
Topics: Angela Sewell, Ride A Red Pony, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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One Day at a Time In Anna Clemence Mews's play, the compulsive gambler is just as much an addict as the drug-taker or alcoholic; and their families are often the last to know.   Clive: David Bannerman Emily: Carolyn Backhouse Ian/Frank: Bill Wallis Miles: Steve Hodson Gilly: Melinda Walker Nurse: Ingrid Wiseman Mrs Berkinshaw: June Barrie Robin/Jimmie: Christian Rodska Director: Shaun MacLoughlin Saturday-Night Theatre:   Sat 25th Sep 1993   19:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM
Topics: Anna Clemence Mew, One Day At A Time, Radio Drama
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The Ropewalk A play for radio by Alan Downer and Jill Hyem The Ropewalk is a stout Edwardian house long since converted into flats situated in a part of London where there is always a fair amount of 'comings and goings.' The play covers the lives of the inhabitants over one weekend - and, most particularly, one coming and one going. Heather Benfield: Patricia Gallimore Fred Scruff (Pasco): Anthony Hall Lynn Dixon: Rosemary Frankau Tracey Dixon: Linda Gardner Mr Vaughan: Lockwood West Mrs...
Topics: Alan Downer And Jill Hyem, The Ropewalk, Radio Drama
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Adrift By Judy Upton The compelling tale of one young woman's struggle to confront her past by reliving the day her mother decided to abandon her for her lover. Daisy: Raquel Cassidy Alan: Alan Williams Freddie: Nicholas Boulton Young Daisy: Jessica Crossley Director Claudine Toutoungi Afternoon Play: Tue 5th Apr 2005 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM
Topics: Adrift. By Judy Upton, Radio Drama
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Carnival King Wed 7th Feb 1990, 15:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM by Bruce Bedford A comic tale of rivalry, intrigue and skulduggery.  A London city slicker brings his savvy to the efforts of a Somerset village pub to win the annual Carnival Cup ...          Music composed and performed by Rob C. Lever Directed by Andy Jordan BBC Bristol   Derek Simmons: …James Grout Kikki Von Thwaite: …Sarah Neville George Selby: …Roger Hammond Joyce Selby: …June Barrie Ken Jordan: …Christian...
Topics: Bruce Bedford, Carnival King, comic tale, rivalry, intrigue, skulduggery, Radio Drama
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Bring Me the Head of Philip K Dick Gregory Whitehead's dark, surreal and satirical drama, set in contemporary America, centres on a deadly futuristic weapon in the shape of the android head of science-fiction writer Philip K Dick. Invented by a shadowy research unit inside the Pentagon, the head - which believes it actually is Dick himself - is wreaking havoc on society and must be stopped before it finds its body. Cryptica Scriptura ...... Elizabeth Aspenlieder
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Topics: Bring Me The Head Of Philip K Dick, Science Fiction, Radio Drama
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by WHA
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Daniel Webster's Carriage WHA (Radio station : Madison, Wis.) ca. 1940-ca. 1949 Saga of Wisconsin Story about an old relic in the State Historical Museum, the carriage of Daniel Webster. Carriage of Daniel Webster on display at the Wisconsin State Historical Museum, circa 1910-20. Formally displayed at the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago in the Historical Department of the Transportation Building, it remained on loan by Fletcher Webster at the WHS museum for the next twenty-three years, gaining...
Topics: Daniel Webster's Carriage, Docudrama
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Ideas...Coyote's Song One of nature's success stories, coyotes have expanded from the Great Plains across most of North America, even living happily in urban parks. Ideas producer Dave Redel reflects on the science and mythology of the wily coyote. That's tonight on Ideas at 9:05 (9:35 NT) on CBC Radio One. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 2001
Topics: Coyote's Song, Documentary
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 19th May 1984, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM Marie and Marguerite by Derek Kartun In 1851 at the Vaudeville Theatre, Paris, Alexandre Dumas begins rehearsals for his latest play The Lady of the Camellias, based on his affair with Marie Duplessis, and so we get a fascinating study of how art may, or may not, mirror reality. Gordon Langford (fortepiano) Directed By: David Johnston Marie Duplessis: Emily Richard Alexandre: Simon Shepherd Madame Doche:   Dumas The Younger:...
Topics: Derek Kartun, Marie And Marguerite, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Temptation BBC Radio 4 2003. Dermot Bolger  Based on his novel of the same name. Powerful emotions erupt as married Alison is reunited with a long lost love on holiday in Ireland. Zara Turner as Alison Gill Peter McDonald as Chris Conway Gary Whelan as Peadar Eleanor Methven as Joan Gerard McSorley as the Doctor Coirle Magee as Sheila Jack Logue as Danny   Emma McNeill as the Babysitter. Produced in Northern Ireland by Gemma McMullan A marriage and a family reach breaking point on an annual...
Topics: Dermot Bolger, Temptation, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre Ploughboy Monday Sat 9th Nov 1985, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM By David Pownall Harold leaves home after falling out with his parents. He decides to become a ploughboy, and his single-minded approach brings him success in everything but his personal relationships. Directed by Alfred Bradley BBC Manchester   Harold: Jason Uttler Vera: Judith Barker George: Geoffrey Hinslif Grunnidge: Geoffrey Banks Stan: Colin Meredith Perkins: Gabriel Paul Gawln Valerie: Lesley Nicol...
Topics: David Pownall, Ploughboy Monday, Radio Drama
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Final Words What happens when two couples travel to London for  the final  of the UK Scrabble Challenge? First broadcast on Manx Radio Thursday, December 26th, 2019  - 44 minutes
Topics: Final Words, Radio Drama, Scrabble Challenge, London, two couples
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Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 - 51 minutes Manx Radio An original radio play commemorating the Isle of Man’s role during the First World War. Based upon true stories and letters from the period, the play was written and directed by John Young and performed by local actors and actresses. It was first performed as a stage work in April 2018, then produced for Manx Radio in association with the Isle of Man Arts Council. With the outbreak of  WW1 ,  the island  had been chosen by British...
Topics: For The Fallen, Radio Drama, World War One, Isle of Man
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Afternoon Drama: Henry’s Demons First broadcast: Mon 26th Sep 2011, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM Raps and song by Henry Cockburn Cast: Henry Cockburn .............. Tom Riley Patrick Cockburn ..............Tim McInnerny Janet Montefiore ..............Joanna David Evelyn Waugh....................Sam Dale Young Henry.....................Julien Stockwell and Oscar Richardson Producer: Karen Rose A Sweet Talk Production for BBC Radio 4. On a cold February day two months after his twentieth...
Topics: Patrick Cockburn, Henry Thomas Cockburn, Henry's Demons, mental illness, Radio Drama
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Friday Night Is Music Night presents a special tribute concert recorded at the Hackney Empire, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of the legendary singer Ella Fitzgerald.   [2017] Starring Clare Teal, Mica Paris, Louise Marshall and Emma Kershaw with the BBC Concert Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe. Amazingly, the greatest female jazz singer of the twentieth century started out wanting to be a dancer. She had no ambitions for her voice at all. But fate, in the form of Ella's...
Topics: Ella Fitzgerald, Friday Night is Music Night, 2017
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Written in 1909, Shaw pokes fun at the suffragettes' British campaign for votes for women. General Mitchener is a veteran of the North West Frontier, but how is he going to cope with a suffragette found chained outside to a door scraper - who turns out to be the Prime Minister in disguise, dressed in women’s clothing? But Michener has a plan: “The Suffragettes are a very small body; but they are numerous enough to be troublesome - even dangerous - when they are all concentrated in one...
Topics: George Bernard Shaw, Press Cuttings, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Appointed Hour  Sat 1st Jul 1972, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Douglas Clark With John Samson as Lt Charles Holt " ... I am placing you under close arrest and charging you with High Treason, Levying War against His Majesty. Adhering to His Majesty's enemies, Breach of Faith, Breach of Attestation, and Disloyalty to His Majesty ..." Producer: Roger Pine Lt Charles Holt: John Samson 2nd Lt Rolly Swaffer: Sean Barrett Maj Berty Gray: John Bentley Capt...
Topics: Douglas Clark, The Appointed Hour, Radio Drama
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Across the country, tens of thousands sat by their radios three times a week, 1939-58, listening to 'Don Messer and His Islanders' broadcast on CBC Radio.  From CBH Halifax, Nova Scotia CBL Toronto The Trans Canada Network December, 1957
Topics: Don Messer And His Islanders, Canada, CBC Radio
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China Towns: Episode 10: Program info pdf
Topics: China Towns, Episode 10, Radio Drama
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The Friday Play: Vox Bopp Fri 23rd Oct 1998, 21:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Lesley Bruce.   A wry tribute to the Hale-Bopp comet. Director Claire Grove   Thomas Bopp: Kerry Shale Alan Hale: Ian Porter Lorna: Alison Pettitt With Rachel Atkins, Kate Harper, Gavin Muir, David Brooks and Shiv Grewal. Hale-Bopp was an unusually bright comet that flew by Earth, reaching its closest approach to the planet in 1997. It was most spectacular in the Northern Hemisphere and visible to the naked eye for...
Topics: Lesley Bruce, Vox Bopp, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night-Theatre: The Bridge Sat 30th May 1970, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM By John Leslie, based on an idea by Iain McKeown with Alan Wheatley, Monica Grey, Andrew Sachs 'They say that if you want to know whether the one you love is to be truly yours, you must go to the end of the bridge and think of them. If you only hear the sound of water running under the bridge, that is all right. But if not, you hear the horseman galloping...' Writer/Music composed by: John Leslie Pianist: Anna...
Topic: John Leslie The Bridge
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Lethal Cocktails Thu 5th Oct 1989, 15:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM by Shelagh Stephenson   Murder intrudes into a country-house party.   The police and Aunt Agatha are quickly   on the scene!   Directed By: Glyn Dearman   Teddy:….Christopher Good Inspector Allcock:….John Moffatt Aunt Agatha:….Joan Matheson Lulu:….Elizabeth Mansfield Mimsie:…Melinda Walker Lionel:….Geoffrey Collins Freddie:….Michael Graham Cox Cynthia:…Tina Martin Gertie:….Walker Roast:….Brian Miller...
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Topics: Shelagh Stephenson, Lethal Cocktails, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Afternoon Play: The Small Mine Mon 14th Apr 2003, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Menna Gallie   Dramatised by Diana Griffiths. Amid all the social and political changes of the 1960s, a Welsh mining community faces the eternal challenges of love and loss. Director in Wales, Geni Hall-Kenny Steve:…..Glyn Houston Joe:….Dylan Williams Cynthia:….Maria Pride Link:……Laurence Allan Sam:…Ryan Nelson Wilf Shaun:….Hew Philips Mrs Griffiths/Flossie:…Sharon Morgan...
Topics: Menna Gallie, The Small Mine, Wales, 1960's, Radio Drama
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On The Seventh Day We Will Emerge By Martin O’Brien A copy-cat school prank 30 years on goes horrifically wrong. But who's hoaxing whom? With Jason Chan and Stuart McLoughlin Producer Anne Edyvean The Seventh Dimension First broadcast: Sat 10th Dec 2005 18:15 on BBC 7 Bio lists 2004
Topics: Martin O’Brien, On The Seventh Day, Sci-Fi, Radio Drama
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Another Shakespeare Martyn Wade's comedy is based on the real-life story of an 18th-Century forger.   In order to convince his father that he has great literary skills, the forger provides him with a number of Shakespearean documents, including an exciting new and undiscovered play. Mr Ireland: James Grout William-Henry: Julian Rhind-Tutt Mrs Freeman: Tessa Worsley Dr Warton/Sheridan: Gavin Muir Dr Parr/Bensley: Andrew Wincott Kemble/Boswell: Roger Walker Director Cherry Cookson Afternoon...
Topics: Martyn Wade, Another Shakespeare, Radio Drama
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"A woman in a painting is identical to a woman in a painting that is far older. Set in a mountain kingdom, where two pictures hang side by side inthe Royal Gallery. Directed by Patrick Rainer The King - Liam Brennan
 Katherina - Megan Frazer
 Haid - Robin Thomson 
Court Painter - Lawrence Paine
 The Son - David Tennant
 The Mother - Wendy Seeger
 The Father - James Brice
 The Lad - David Evans
 The Nursemaid - Liza Langland [Actors]: Robin Thomson, Meg Fraser, David Evans,...
Topics: Iain Mc Clure, Paint Her Well, Radio Drama
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Upside Down and Back to Front By Lance Woodman It's 1913, and a young travelling photographer sets out looking for business around the Worcestershire countryside. His journey becomes a learning experience, both in his craft and in life, as he meets a variety of characters, including an early aviator and a newspaper proprietor, and a little girl who teaches him more about the true nature of photography than anyone.   Sam: Oliver Le Sueur Thomas: Richard Derrington Florence: Alex Kelly Dilly:...
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Lamanby By Jacob Polley    Jacob Polley - winner of the 2016 TS Eliot prize for poetry - is regarded as one of the leading talents of the new generation of British poets. Lamanby is his extraordinary story of a childhood house which becomes the site of an alternative personal history.   On the eve of the sale of the house he grew up in, an ancient rural farmhouse of creaking floors and shadows, a man returns to spend a final night in the empty rooms. What he begins to hear and experience in...
Topics: Lamanby, By Jacob Polley
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by Drama On One: RTÉ Radio 1
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Three Our Fathers by Karl O'Neil Three masculine monologues, a suitor, a stalker, a spouse.. In a sinister triptych that mimics a hall of mirrors, Karl O’Neill’s three masculine monologues draw parallel portraits – a suitor, a stalker, a spouse – of concave Man obsessed with the opposite sex. Starring Frank Laverty, Andrew Scott and Kevin Flood as a trio of solitaries, the title of the play references those abandoned penitential practices that were once upon a time capable of quietening...
Topics: Karl O'Neill, Three Our Fathers, Radio Drama
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by RTÉ Radio 1, Drama On One
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The Invisible Hand Report   By Irish Times journalist John Fleming   Gluttony during the Celtic Tiger, casualty or culprit?.. All insight is hindsight, and it’s easy to be glib in retrospect about our gluttony during the Celtic Tiger. Nelson the Narrator, watching his world collapse during the fiscal crash, masquerades as a casualty when in fact he was a culprit. Emmet Bergin plays the bounder at large (and at little else) in the days between the millennium spire, the monetary spike, and...
Topics: John Fleming, The Invisible Hand Report, Radio Drama
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by SANWAL
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Saturday-Night Theatre: From Donegal with Love Sat 29th Jun 1996, 19:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM Written by Marie Jones. The adventures of two middle-aged women as they travel from a Daniel O'Donnell concert in Donegal, Ireland, to the Gambia, West Africa.   Director Pam Brighton   Vera: Marie Jones Anna: Helena Bereen Daniel: Seancoyle Fergal: Conleth Hill Tour Guide: Conleth Hill With Emma O'Neill, Brenda Winter, Maureen Dow, Susy Kelly, Malcolm Tierney, Stephanie Turner, Valentine Nonyela,...
Topics: Marie Jones, Jones From Donegal With Love
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Afternoon Play: Word from Cupid Thu 15th May 2003, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Louise Oliver. A husband and wife try to re-ignite their relationship with a little help from a parrot called Cupid. Louise Oliver’s drama stars Alison Steadman as Lolly and George Costigan as Jim. Cupid played by parrots, Percy and Poppy. With original music by Clive Bell. Directed in Manchester by Nadia Molinari.
Topics: Louise Oliver, Word From Cupid, Comedy, Radio Drama
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Afternoon Play: The Cenci Family Tue 21st Mar 2006, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Lizzie Hopley Rome, 1599. A young girl, Beatrice Cenci, stands trial for the murder of her father Francesco Cenci, the first Godfather of the Italian mafia.   Producer/Director Lu Kemp Pope Clement VIII Ronald Pickup, Bishop Camillo Owen Teale, Bernardo Peter Innes   Guido Reni: Daniel Evans Beatrice: Sally Hawkins Cardinal Savella: Gerrard McArthur
Topics: Lizzie Hopley, The Cenci Family, Radio Drama
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Tom and Graeme are the City Square Care Team. They tidy up litter and people. 
But Graeme is distracted by a new project: a lady who watches their matchmaking games from a window above the square.
 Director Lu Kemp Tom:………Finlay Welsh Graeme:………Richard Callan Margaret:……….Gayanne Potter Audrey:………..Eileen McCallum Norman:………Billy Riddoch Skateboarders:……….Tommy Mullins Skateboarders:………..Stuart Wilkinson Afternoon Play: Face Value Mon 10th Feb...
Topics: Linda Craclknell, Face Value, Radio Drama
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James's Story by David Zane Mairowitz stories about stories about people telling stories.. James’s Story is written and directed by the internationally acclaimed author, David Zane Mairowitz. In James’s Story, an Englishman remembers a holiday to Dingle in 1968, while his memories are revised and re-animated by his friend, the Story Poacher. Two episodes haunt James’s memory: A chance meeting with an old man; and a tense encounter in a local pub, coloured by legacies of the War of...
Topics: James’s Story. David Zane Mairowitz, Radio Drama
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Ivor Novello was a man of astonishing accomplishments: composer, playwright, actor, film star, producer and matinee idol but it's his songs - dripping with sentiment, romance and nostalgia - for which he is most remembered today. Presented by Brian Kay The Sunday Feature, 2:00 pm on 14 February 2016  Radio New Zealand
Topics: Ivor Novello, composer, playwright, actor, film star, producer, matinee idol, Documentary
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by RTÉ Radio 1, Drama On One
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Longing Lasts Longer by Penny Arcade. A kick-ass comedy with guts, it's a refutation of nostalgia, It's a crack at gentrification;  not only  the gentrification  of our cities but the gentrification of ideas.   It's a stand up for authenticity, a kick against mediocrity.   No one is spared not even the seemingly banal cupcake!  One thing for sure Penny Arcade tells you where to go and that's your own way!!! Penny Arcade, an Andy Warhol Factory Superstar and a contemporary of...
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Topics: Longing Lasts Longer, By Penny Arcade, Comedy
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Good Clothes by Paul Artherton   Drama on One RTÉ Radio 1 1st TX 29th July 2018 Set in 1970s Belfast, The Clark family live a life of peaceful co-existence with their neighbours. However the continuing polarisation of communities and ghettoisation of the city forces them to reconsider their life choices. Dan Gordon was Charlie Clarke  Kerri Quinn played Mary Conor Mac Neill was Jim Gavin Peden  was Joe Orla Charlton played Heather Eleanor Methven was Mrs. Simpson.  The parts of the...
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The Folly And The Ivy Sun 21st Dec 1980, 19:02 on BBC Radio 1 England Paul Gambaccini presents a seasonal but not-so-serious reminder of pop music's efforts to cash in on Christmas. Producer: Trevor Dann
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1950'S NZBS panel game "One Minute Please".   Two teams of three, one male, one female, are given topics to discuss for one minute with general rules of impromptu speaking.   00 Compere not named, recorded at the Regal Theatre, Karori, Wellington, and also broadcast by Radio New Zealand shortwave. Topics include "Why do women go to wrestling?" and "Should there be a reform in present day men's fashions?" Panelists-Catherine Ford (schoolteacher), Dorothy Moses...
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The Ebb-Tide   By Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne Adapted for radio by Donald Pleasence   Huish: David March Herrick: Denis McCarthy Captain Davis: Harry Towb Alt water: Arthur Howard Other parts played bv members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company   Produced by Norman Wright SATURDAY-NIGHT THEATRE Sat 14th Oct 1961 20:30 on BBC Home Service Basic Three men down on their luck in Tahiti agree to ship out on a vessel whose officers have died of smallpox. Their desperate venture...
Topics: Robert Louis Stevenson, Lloyd Osboutne, The Ebb Tide, Radio Drama
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From Abstraction By Robert Thorogood Paul is young rich and in love. So why does he lock himself in the library and refuse to open the door to anyone? But he cannot lock everyone out. During the night his strange and disconcerting visitors help him to make the most important decision of his life. A witty, moving and passionate radio play. Paul: Daniel Evans Stefan: Andrew Mayer Actor: Emma Fielding Clara: Francesca Dymond Johanna: Francesca Dymond Otto: Steven McNicoll Joseph:Steven McNicoll...
Topics: Robert Thorogood, From Abstraction, Radio Drama
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The Little Father by Royce Ryton By 1872 the 'little father' of the Russian people finds himself as hated by his own family as he is by his subjects.   Tsar Alexander II: Paul Daneman Empress: Dorothy Tutin Marie: Tara Dominick Serge: Simon Treves Alexey: Stephen Garlick Col Ryleev: Michael Kilgarriff Affie: Vincent Brimble Countess Tolstoy: Jo Kendall Ella: Oona Beeson Catherine: Marcia King Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 5th May 1990, 19:45  on BBC Radio 4 FM Director Matthew Walters
Topics: Royce Ryton, The Little Father, Radio Drama
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 8th Oct 1988, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM A Man Flourishing by Sam Hannabell, dramatised by Trevor Royle.   Ireland, 1798: James Gault, a divinity student, returns from Glasgow to join a company of United Irishmen in the country townland of Ravarra. In the dangerous and violent days following the rebellion, Gault finds sanctuary with the sinister Dr Bannon of Legg's Lane. Singers Jane Cassidy and Maurice Leyden Martin McGinley (fiddle)   Directed by Kathryn Baird....
Topics: Sam Hannabell, A Man Flourishing, Radio Drama
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Rock Meets Bone Rock Meets Bone was a 30-minute radio program that aired on CKDU from September-December 1989. It focused on Nova Scotian grassroots arts and culture through its features on people and subjects including Philip Glass, Gaelic song, and storytelling. The show was created by writer Danny Blouin and director Brian Guns with the assistance of the Naropa Institute of Canada. It was produced by Denny Blouin, Sam Bercholz and Brian Guns, who also voiced the narration. The program's...
Topic: Rock Meets Bone, Nova Scotian, grassroots, arts, culture
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The James M Cain Series 2: Double Indemnity First broadcast: Sun 1st Dec 2013, 15:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM Walter Huff has a good steady job in the insurance business and leads a quiet life. Then he meets and falls in love with Phyllis, an unhappily married woman, enquiring about accident insurance for her husband. They come up with a plan in which Phyllis's husband will die an unlikely death, by falling from a moving train. The 'accidental' nature of his demise will trigger the 'double...
Topics: The James M Cain Series, 02, Double Indemnity, [2013], Noir, Radio Drama
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From some accidents of love and weather we never quite recover. At the worst of the Prairie dust bowl of the 1930s, a young man appears out of a blizzard and forever alters the lives of two sisters. There is the beautiful, fastidious Lucinda, and the tricky and tenacious Norma Joyce, at first a strange, self-possessed child, later a woman who learns something of self-forgiveness and of the redemptive nature of art. Their rivalry sets the stage for all that follows in a narrative spanning over...
Topics: A Student Of Weather, Elizabeth Hay, Reading, Between the Covers, CBC Radio
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Robert Weaver The Godfather of Canadian Literature Ideas CBC Radio Monday, January 26, 2009   Alice Munro ,  Austin Clarke  and  Mordecai Richler  have acknowledged their debt to him. From the start of his career at the CBC in 1948,  Robert Weaver  - radio producer, editor and anthologist - committed himself to discovering and broadcasting the work of new Canadian writers, in programs such as  Anthology  and  CBC Wednesday Night . Montreal writer  Elaine Kalman Naves  presents an...
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James Joyce - Dubliners   10 Dubliners - Clay The tenth story in James Joyce's Dubliners. The spinster Maria, a laundress, celebrates Halloween with her former foster child Joe Donnelly and his family. ————————- This work of art reflects life in Ireland at the turn of the last century, and by rejecting euphemism, reveals to the Irish their unromantic realities. Each of the 15 stories offers glimpses into the lives of ordinary Dubliners, and collectively they paint a portrait of...
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James Joyce - Dubliners   11 A Painful Case The eleventh story in James Joyce's Dubliners. Mr Duffy rebuffs Mrs Sinico, then, four years later, realises that he has condemned her to loneliness and death. ————————- This work of art reflects life in Ireland at the turn of the last century, and by rejecting euphemism, reveals to the Irish their unromantic realities. Each of the 15 stories offers glimpses into the lives of ordinary Dubliners, and collectively they paint a portrait...
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Pearl Harbor Radio Transcriptions NBC Red Network 2:00PM December 7, 1941 - 11:59PM December 8, 1941 http://www.centuryoldsounds.com/PHNBCRed.html
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The Wall in the Mind – 2 – The People’s Republic of Friedrichshain We slip between past and future – Claire’s memories of her incarceration and her search for answers in the present. Claire finds the city, and her old friends much changed. Claire searches for Emil amongst the last of the Berlin squats, and becomes entangled in a police raid. In 1989, Claire is imprisoned in the notorious Stasi jail Bautzen II. Her only comfort Emil, imprisoned in the next cell.
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James Joyce - Dubliners   05/15 Dubliners - After The Race The fifth story in James Joyce's Dubliners.  College  student Jimmy Doyle tries to fit in with his wealthy friends. ——————————— This work of art reflects life in Ireland at the turn of the last century, and by rejecting euphemism, reveals to the Irish their unromantic realities. Each of the 15 stories offers glimpses into the lives of ordinary Dubliners, and collectively they paint a portrait of a nation. James...
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1938 - Will it Happen Again? WHA (Radio station : Madison, Wis.) 1938 A dramatic sketch created under the auspices of the Wisconsin Peace Conference as a contribution to the cause of preserving peace. "Will it happen again?" takes us back to days of 1917 so strikingly similar to the days in 1938. The drama includes dramatizations of actual excerpts from the senate and house debates preceding the declaration of war on April 6, 1917. Ends with commentary on the effects of the first...
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Afternoon Drama: Stannie and Jim First broadcast: Wed 11th Aug 2010, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Simon Littlefield Trieste 1914.   A fictional romance is woven round a comic re-imagining of James Joyce's relationship with his brother Stanislaus as they fight, write and prepare for war. Stannie - Andrew Scott James - Aidan Mcardle Beatrice - Alison Pettit Nora - Tessa Nicholson Baron Ralli - Michael Shelford Captain - David Seddon Dr Silvestri - Sam Dale Irredentist - Tony Bell Director -...
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A Taste of Honey By Shelagh Delaney   Adapted and directed by Polly Thomas One of the great stage plays of the 20th century - the powerful story of a pregnant teenage girl and her feckless mother trading insults and repartee in 1950s Salford.   Helen: Stobhan Finneran Jo: Beth Squires Peter: Charles Lawson Boy: Richard Mylan Geoffrey: Andrew Sheridan Drama on 3:   Sun 7th Nov 2004 20:00 on BBC Radio 3
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Chime Bells - Soundies 1943 Rosalie Allen yodels to her sailor boyfriend who is going overseas during The Second World War. Soundies are three-minute American musical films, produced between 1940 and 1947, each displaying a song, dance, and/or band or orchestral number Original: https://archive.org/details/SoundieQ Rosalie Allen was an American country singer, songwriter, guitarist, columnist and television and radio host who was noted for her yodeling. She was known as the Queen of Yodeling,...
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My Summer of Country Music, 1967 [Part One] Recorded, LIVE ! at Weissglass Stadium, Staten Island, New York. In this segment, we join Rosalie Allen,   The Yodeling Radio Cowgirl of the 40’s. One of the many Country Music celebrities that appeared that day. They’re honoring the King of the Country Music DJs, Bob Lockwood.  During the 1960's, promoter Smokey Warren presented Country Music to the New York Metro Area. Rosalie Allen (born Julie Marlene Bedra; June 27, 1924 – September 23,...
Topics: Rosalie Allen, Queen of the Country Yodelers, Bob Lockwood Day, Weissglass Stadium, Staten Island,...
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The Friday Play: The Basset Table Fri 10th Aug 1990, 21:30 on BBC Radio 3 By Susanna Centlivre, adapted by Fidelis Morgan   Director Penny Gold A Restoration Drama   Lady Reveller:…..Eleanor Bron Lord Worthy:…..Michael Cochrane Sir James Courtly:…..Jonathan Cullen Lady Lucy:….Amanda Murray Sir Richard:…..John Rye Ensign Lovely:…..Simon Treves Valeria:…..Danielle Allan Capt Hearty:…..Sean Barrett Alpiew:…..Jenny Howe Buckle:…..Nicholas Gilbrook Mrs Sago:….Tessa...
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The Beatles January 13, 1966 WFCR Radio Four College Lecture Hall: lecture on the Beatles impact on popular culture and mass culture. Speaker: Michael Irwin Thomas Arthur Michael Irwin, (born 3 May 1934)   A British Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Kent Smith College, Massachusetts (1965–67) 
Topics: The Beatles, January 13, 1966, [Lecture]
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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Bohemians Sat 20th Sep 1986, 19:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM By David Nathan, based on Henri Murger's "Scenes de la vie de boheme" Bohemia is a district of Paris bordered on the north by cold, on the west by hunger, on the south by love and on the east by hope. It is a stage in artistic life, a prologue to the Academy, the hospital or the morgue. Murger's book inspired the two operas of Puccini and Leoncavallo entitled La boheme. Music by David Timson (piano)...
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The Carl Tapscott Singers, a 12-man Toronto choir which gave popular CBC broadcasts until 1967. Carl (Harry) Tapscott. Choir conductor, tenor, arranger, organist, b Toronto 14 May 1910, d Lindsay, Ont, 17 Nov 1993. CBC Radio 1964  November From Toronto Alan Maitland Announcer
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The Return to Oasis   The Soldier Poets of El Alamein Benghazi, Tobruk, Tripoli - they are all places with resonance for a disappearing generation of British soldiers who fought in the western desert in the Second World War. This programme revisits a remarkable anthology of poems that grew out of the experiences of those that took part. The Oasis anthology was edited by a group of soldier-poets in Cairo in 1943. Unlike their forbears, the poets of the First World War,...
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Tim Bowling The Paperboy's Winter 2003 Callum Taylor has reached a critical point in his life. Since the death of his beloved father, he has found himself adrift, unable to fill his days with any purpose or meaning. But one afternoon, while visiting his childhood home, a fishing village along the banks of the Fraser River, he has a startling encounter with a figure from his past. The shock of this event triggers a series of vivid memories from the magical winter of his 10th year when, as a...
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The day the world came to an end:   The great Delft Thunderclap of 1654 This programme commemorated the 350th anniversary of one of the most bizarre events to take place in the 17th century. The day was October 12, 1654, a normal Monday morning in the Dutch city of Delft. Painters in their studios, people working with looms and in potteries, and a man called Cornelis Soetens walks down a few steps to take a small sample from a gunpowder store. The Netherlands had never heard an explosion like...
Topics: The great Delft Thunderclap of 1654, Documentary, Netherlands, History
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U.Me: The Musical An international love story staged for radio, U.Me: The Musical tells the story of two young people on opposite sides of the world who meet online and make a true connection during the Coronavirus pandemic. Having moved to London to start a new job just as everything in her world stops, Rose (Anoushka Lucas) meets Ryo (Martin Sarreal) across a crowded video conference at work. He's a Japanese-American living in Kyoto experiencing a quarter-life crisis and is starting out...
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THE MEN OF THE DEEPS     1968 The idea of a chorus composed of men who have or have had some connection with the coal mining industry of Cape Breton was originated in 1965 by Mrs. Nina Cohen, a native of Glace Bay, but then living in Sydney. Working with her were Myles MacDonald of New Waterford, George Merrill of Dominion, and a number of other people who wished to see and hear such a chorus. This became a Centennial Year project in association with the Miners Museum in Glace Bay. Prof....
Topics: The Men Of The Deeps In Concert, 1967-1968, Coal Miners, Cape Breton Island
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Walking With Whitman Stuart Maconie meets devotees of Walt Whitman in Bolton and explores the history of the town's unlikely yet enduring relationship with the American poet. A group of devoted fans established the Whitman Fellowship from 1885 onwards, and, although he never visited the town, Whitman developed strong ties through his correspondence with members of the group.   Today, Whitman devotees gather for the annual Whitman Walk, to recite his works and share from Whitman's...
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Andrea Wulf The Brother Gardeners Botany, Empire and the Birth of an Obsession 1/5. The Merchant's Tale. Andrea Wulf explores the botanical revolution of the 18th century that was seeded by explorers, collectors and plant dealers. 2/5. The Peckham Prototype. In Peter Collinson 's ordered garden, many of Britain's favourite flowers first bloomed. Andrea Wulf 's book asks how Britain became a nation of gardeners. 3/5. The Naming of Plants. Linnaeus sends his brightest student to London...
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 30th Jun 1990, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM Nosey! To mark the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, the story of Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington. Written by Allan Prior. Violin played by Perry Montague Mason Music: Maddy Prior and Rick Kemp Director Martin Jenkins   Queen Victoria: Sue Broomfield Arthur Wellesley, Duke of: John Rowe Richard, his brother: Michael Cochrane Dick, his son: Joe Dunlop Papa: Denys Hawthorne Mama: Elizabeth Proud Fitzbrian:...
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Coelocanth Ben Moor stars in his own play about a man involved in competitive tree-climbing who finds love and then loses it, but keeps on growing nonetheless.   Music by: Simon Oakes Producer: Sally Avens Afternoon Play: Fri 13th Oct 2006 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM
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The Woman in the Woods   By Charity Blackstock The book adapted for radio by the author with Marjorie Westbury Jo Manning Wilson and Austin Trevor. She had been an odd little woman, but harmless and quite delightful.   Why would anyone want to kill her? A schoolboy, walking in the woods, discovers the skeleton of a woman buried in the undergrowth. The inquest shows she has been dead for a year; but it was murder and the murderer is now likely to make another move….. Cast in order of...
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A programme featuring an extended interview with Ngaio Marsh, writer and drama producer. (Probably an episode of the series "Portrait from Life.”) She talks about her writing. Begins with people rather than plot. Reads Elizabethan literature for relaxation. Tells of attending a meeting of the Detection Club in London and her first story "A Man Lay Dead”. Her work as a producer of Shakespeare productions at Canterbury University, her views on a National Theatre for New Zealand. At...
Topics: A Portrait Of Ngaio Marsh, Interview, 01 August 1954, New Zealand Radio
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The Return aka Journey to Earth By Bridget Boland   Adapted for broadcasting by the author A nun's return to the modern world after 36 years of seclusion in a convent.    Flora Robson Festival Dame Flora stars in some of her favourite plays Cast m order of speaking: The Chaplain: James Thomason The Prioress: Betty Hardy Sister Agatha: Flora Robson Lay Sister: Gwen Berryman Peter Swithin: Gabriel Woolf Angela Swithin: Hilda Schroder Cyril PIummer: Denys Blakelock Produced By: Graham Gauld...
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Saturday Night Theatre: Whee'oss 9th October 1993 By R.E.T Lamb Every May Day in Padstow, Cornwall, the hobby-horses dance again through the streets. Director Shaun MacLoughlin Lois: Carolyn Backhouse Rick: Charles Simpson Lyn: Jenny Funnel Benj: Richard Pearce Mum: June Barrie Colin: Christian Rodska Gail: Judy Laister Also with Sophie Goodchild and Sam Bond Recorded at Padstow, North Cornwall May Day (or 'Obby 'Oss Day as it is known) is the biggest day in Padstow's calendar. The 'Obby...
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1 Saturday-Night Theatre: Over the Rainbow Sat 16th Sep 1995, 19:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM BBC Radio 4: Saturday Playhouse Broadcast: Saturday 25th March 1995 @ 2:30 p.m. Sasha Pick stars as Judy Garland in Humphrey Carpenter's musical entertainment depicting a day in the life of the Hollywood legend. It's late 1943 and Hollywood legend Judy Garland has arrived at the re-opening of the Arrowhead Springs Hotel, San Bernardino, California, where she's preparing for a live broadcast in the evening...
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This recording contains parts of a radio programme made during World War II to entertain the United States servicemen who were stationed in New Zealand. The programme was produced by the New Zealand National Commercial Broadcasting Service and contains interviews, performances by troops, and messages for family. It appears to have been recorded to be sent back to the United States for broadcast there. Paging Uncle Sam, featured musical performances and messages home from U.S. forces, co-hosted...
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Afternoon Play: Dr Brighton and Mr Harding Mon 4th Jul 2005, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM An insight into the personal demons that tormented TV's first superstar, the outspoken, irascible but much-loved broadcaster of the 1950’s, Gilbert Harding, who became famous for his unpredictable appearances on panel games such as What's My Line?, Twenty Questions and Round Britain Quiz.   By Stephen Wyatt Director: Martin Jenkins Gilbert Harding: Roger Allam Derek: Ben Crowe Roger: Keith Drinkel...
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Saturday-Night Theatre: Phone Me in the Evening Sat 19th Mar 1994, 19:50 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Peter Lloyd. When a desperate woman telephones piano tuner and aspiring country music star Spencer Jones , he is flattered by the intimacies of her confessions. Music by David Chilton Director Ned Chaillet   Spencer Jones: Miles Anderson Lee: Cathy Sara Nina jones: Jan Winters Dennis: Malcolm Ward Terry: Nicholas Boulton Barman: Peter Whitman Mick: Dominic Letts
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Puccini's La Boheme Donald Macleod presents Puccini's La Boheme from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, the first new production there for more than 40 years. Telling the tragic love story between Mimi and Rodolfo, the opera focuses on their relationship, and that of Rodolfo and his fellow bohemians.   A stellar cast is led by Nicole Car and Michael Fabiano, with Antonio Pappano in the pit. Donald talks to director Richard Jones about the legacy of Boheme productions at the Royal Opera...
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Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 18th Jul 1981, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM I'll Walk Beside You by Robert Holles. Lavinia is Russell's mother, a charming old lady in her 70s. It is only natural that she should wish to live near her son and his wife Janinc. Her relationship with her son is almost telepathic. Janine is a child psychiatrist, but after Lavinia's arrival Janine begins to experience strange disturbances... Directed by David Spenser.   Janine: Sarah Badel Lavinia: Brenda Bruce Russell:...
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Afternoon Play: My Year Off Thu 20th Nov 2008, 14:15 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Robert McCrum.   At the age of 42, the chief editor of Faber and Faber, Robert McCrum, suffered a devastating stroke. This is a searingly honest account of his experience that includes extracts from his diary and that of his wife, Sarah. Producer Karen Rose Robert:….Alex Jennings Sarah:…..Madeleine Potter Doctor:…..Richard Laing Dentist:….Richard Laing Paramedic:….Rachel Atkins Speech therapist:….Rachel...
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Shel Krakofsky's poems opened – and are still included – in the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. After 40 years, he retired as a physician. CBC Radio Ontario Morning Cabbages and Kings 6X FM London, Ontario
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Savings Bonds: Radio interviews World War Two WSYR  Syracuse, New York  via The BBC August 1943 An interview with Doctor Richard Farr, Head Nurse Captain Ivy Wadsworth and enlisted man Staff Sergeant Thomas Wagner, from Syracuse, New York Subjects discuss life in the Wolverley Camp and make appeals for listeners to buy war bonds This was the site of a Second World War tented camp for Dunkirk survivors by the sports ground at Wolverley. It was later used as a military hospital by the United...
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Anything But Love By Mary Coll An intense, tender, and darkly humorous drama that describes the conflicting and turbulent emotions of a family gathering to grieve in their childhood home. Starring Cathy Belton, Catriona Ni Mhurchu, Malcolm Adams, Malachy McKenna and Mirjana Rendulic Directed by Joan Sheehy   Featuring a live soundtrack   by Mícháel Ó Súilleabháin   Producer: Kevin Brew RTÉ Radio 1:   Drama On One   2012
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Lucy Gannon Angels at Partridge Cottage First broadcast: Thu 22nd Dec 1988, 15:00 on BBC Radio 4 FM BBC Pebble Mill Ghostly festive drama. Zoe and Magnus want to spend Christmas away from it all, but the ghosts in their cottage have more traditional ideas... Hedli Nicklaus and Ellie Haddington star in Lucy Gannon’s ghostly festive drama. Zoe …. Hedli Niklaus Polly …. Ellie Haddington Charlie …. Roger Hume Magnus …. John Dixon Gary …. Ken Cumberlidge Sophie …. Bernadette...
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Leo in the Wonderful Country  Children's Stories  Rod Coneybeare Renowned writer, performer and broadcaster, Rod is best known for supplying the voice and words of Jerome the Giraffe and Rusty the Rooster on CBC TV's "The Friendly Giant", a cultural institution and mainstay of childhood for generations of Canadians. A dramatist, novelist, actor and host, his career began in radio, the medium which earned him two ACTRA awards for broadcasting excellence. The International Service of...
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In 1898, following a boiler explosion, a GWR driver and fireman succeeded in saving the lives of their passengers. Martin Sorrell recreates the background to this story which acts  as a tribute to all railwaymen. Narrators:……….Martin Jarvis, Joanna Myers. Director:……….Martin Jenkins. David Evans:………Peter Penry Jones Atlwood:……..John Church Edmund Mears:……..Nicholas Murchie Ada Peart:……..Ann Windsor John Hodges:…….Jonathan Tarer Eiza Dean:……..Siriol Jenkins...
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Saturday-Night Theatre: Second Honeymoon Sat 23rd Sep 1989, 19:45 on BBC Radio 4 FM By Krista Hanratty With Angela Thorne and Martin Jarvis Helen revisits the seaside hotel where she spent her honeymoon. There she meets Ben.... Directed by: Enyd Williams Helen: Angela Thorne Ben: Martin Jarvis Em: Margot Boyd Dickie: Norman Bird Larry: Peter Penry-Jones Geoffrey: David King Jim: Joe Dunlop Phyllis: Alice Arnold Desk clerk: Ken Cumberlidge Waiter: Vincent Brimble
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Othello by William Shakespeare Performed by The RTÉ Rep   Harry Andrews as Othello, the Moor. Brabantio, father to Desdemona ..... Seamus Ford Iago, a villain, .... Jim Reid Desdemona, wife to Othello. ... Colette Proctor Cassio, an honourable lieutenant ..... Seamus Newham Emilia, wife to Iago ... Kate Minogue Bianca, a courtesan ... Barbara McCaughey Roderigo, a gulled gentleman ..... Peter Dix Duke of Venice ..... Brendan Cauldwell A Senator ... Ivan Hanley Montano, Governor of Cyprus........
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London Honors Eisenhower London Letter 12 June 1945 Macdonald Hastings LONDON HONORS EISENHOWER LONDON, Tuesday.-London crowds lining the streets during the. lunch hour acclaimed General Eisenhower when he drove through tho city in an open horse-drawn landau to the Guild hall to receive tho freedom of the City of London. Ho went by car from his hotel to Tem- ple Bar, the boundary of tho city, where he-changed into a landau, with Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder beside him for a triumphal...
Topics: BBC Radio, London, 12 June 1945, Eisenhower, Commentary, Macdonald Hastings
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Lorena Gale Je Me Souviens Go on a journey of discovery this week on Sunday Showcase. Lorena Gale's powerful dramatic monologue "Je Me Souviens" reconstructs her childhood and coming of age as an African-Canadian in Montreal. It's a sobering trip through identity, belonging and emotional geography. That's "Je Me Souviens" on Sunday Showcase starting at 10 p.m. (11 AT, 11:30 NT) on CBC Radio One. February 2004. In this powerful dramatic monologue, Lorena Gale remembers, by...
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In poor health and broken-hearted after his split from George Sand, Chopin visits Scotland. The trip was organised by his devoted friend and admirer Jane Stirling, whose family owned a selection of his music. He stayed at addresses in Edinburgh, at Johnstone Castle near Glasgow and made extensive trips throughout central Scotland. He finds himself dealing with more than he bargained for - a whirlwind of aunts and gentry, and the ever-pressing attentions of Miss Stirling. Pianist Fali Parvi...
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J’Accuse By Hattie Naylor In a newspaper article from 1898, the writer Emile Zola took a stand against the French military and judicial establishment's wrongful imprisonment of Jewish army officer Alfred Dreyfus.   Here, with naturalistic dialogue, Louis Gregori gives a right-wing perspective on the events that led him to believe that the murder of the guiltless Dreyfus was the correct and only action.   Louis Gregori: Mark Heap Dominique: Kathryn Hunt Arnaud: Graeme Hawley Emile Zola:...
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The Wall in the Mind – 3 – No Friends Like Old Friends Shortly after her release from prison in 1989, Claire believes she can see Emil in videotaped footage of the fall of the wall. In 2014, Stuart is suspicious of Claire’s new squatter friends. With the help of Nicole, Matthaus’s activist daughter Claire travels to the Stasi Museum, to see if she can discover a clue as to what happened to Emil. This is the first step leading her back to Mörderberg, and the ruins of the barracks of...
Topics: 03 The Wall In The Mind, Episode 3, No Friends Like Old Friends, Radio Drama
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China Towns: Episode 4: The Five Towns Chronicle and Turnhill Guardian Program info pdf
Topics: China Towns, Episode 4, Radio Drama