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A Light on the Road to Woodstock by Ellis Peters | Read by Nigel Anthony (1988) | Mystery
Brother Cadfael murder mystery by Ellis Peters
Views: 11042 Jamie Mason
Dover Beats the Band (Chief Inspector Dover) By Joyce Porter  (1961) | Radio Drama | Comedy/Thriller
The lazy detective probes a murder at a holiday camp. But is the victim really an innocent philatelist? Joyce Porter's thriller stars Kenneth Cranham. Chief Inspector Dover, Kenneth Cranham Inspector Telford/Osmond, Nick Underwood Sergeant McGregor, Stuart McQuarrie Captain Maguire/Sven, Michael Mackenzie Sir Egbert Rankin/Rupert Pettit, Finlay McLean Sandra/Doreen Knapper, Lucy Paterson Mavis/WPC Elvira Marchmount, Samantha Young Director David Ian Neville
Views: 23393 Jamie Mason
A Fall of Moondust by Arthur C. Clarke (1961) | Radio Drama | Science-fiction
The fourth in an occasional series that follows the writing of science-fiction from the turn of the century to the present day. Time: the 21st century Place: the Moon Following a moonquake, the tourist-cruiser Selene sinks 15 metres into the dust of the Sea of Thirst. That dust is more liquid than sand, flows quicker than syrup and slower than water. No rescue attempt under such extraordinary condition has ever been mounted. adapted for radio by Andrew Lynch Contributors Author: Arthur C. Clarke Adapted for radio by: Andrew Lynch Banjo played by: Peter Sayers Director: Glyn Dearman Captain Pat Harris: David Buck Jim Lawrence: Barry Foster Tourist Commissioner: Roland Curram Commodore Hansteen: Bill Simpson Dr Lawson: Richard Pearson Maurice Spenser: James Aubrey Myra Shuster: Libby Morris Irving Shuster: Harry Towb Stewardess Sue Wilkins: Jane Knowles Miss Morley: Brenda Kaye McKenzie: John Rye Jaywardene: Saeed Jaffrey Skipper: Ed Bishop Lester: Guy Gregory Ed: Haydn Wood George: David Timson Ingrid: Christine Absalom Anne: Amanda Murray BBC Radio 4 FM, 30 May 1981 20.30
Views: 8538 Jamie Mason
Murder In Capitals by Bernard Picton | Radio Drama (1971)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Five people work in a civil service office, translating French and Italian newspapers. One of the women receives a blackmail note, cut out in capital letters. ' In this section we monitor all French and Italian newspapers for items of possible use to the Foreign Office. It's a low classification Security-wise, so I cannot see how this awful affair can be connected with the work here.' Unknown: Bernard Picton Produced By: Lorraine Davies Lena Mason: Elizabeth Morgan Jean Osborne: Louise Jervis Paula Simpson: Myfanwy Talog Howell Evans: Dillwyn Owen Gabriel ROSS: Douglas Blackwell Chief Supt Benbow: David Lyn Inspector Ellis: Clive Roberts Dr Lambton: Hubert Tucker Briggs: Ray Handy Production: BBC Productions
Views: 7777 Jamie Mason
A Visit From Miss Prothero by Alan Bennett | Radio Drama (1978) | with Patricia Routledge/Hugh Lloyd
[I usually don't tolerate 30 minute stories - only Alan - pretty much a bonus talking heads episode.] Mr Dodsworth is happy in retirement. He has his budgie, his bowls, his grandchildren, and his quiet satisfaction with a lifetime's achievements in the Accounts Department at Warburtons. But then Miss Prothero visits and nothing will ever be quite the same again. Patricia Routledge as Miss Prothero and Hugh Lloyd as Mr Dodsworth.
Views: 10602 Jamie Mason
The Intervener by Donald Wilson | Audio Drama (1965) | Legal Drama
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: How does one choose a solicitor? Lily Forrester chose Mr. Penlove. she says, because his second initial was ' Q.' Stephen Murray and Monica Grey in The Intervener adapted by CYNTHIA PUGHE from the television play by DONALD WILSON π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Adapted By: Cynthia Pughe Play By: Donald Wilson 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Trumper, Mr Penlove's clerk: Godfrey Kenton J Q Penlove, solicitor: Stephen Murray Lily Forrester: Monica Grey Jean Barron: Irene Sutcliffe Philip Barron: Derek Blomfield Caroline Erskine: Janet Burnell Barker, another solicitor: Kenneth Dight ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ THE SUNDAY PLAY BBC Home Service Basic, 16 May 1965 14.30
Views: 2701 Jamie Mason
Intent To Deceive by Michael Robson | Radio Drama (1987) | Mystery/Crime Thriller
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. When Eva is killed by a hit-and-run driver, her brother Gregory is under suspicion. Not only does he deny being involved, he also denies that the body is that of his sister....... Stars Nigel Anthony as Gregory Wilderspin, Zelah Clarke as Kim Fairless, Steve Hodson as Chief Inspector Turnbull and Stephen Tomkinson as PC Newton. Director: Shaun MacLoughlin First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1987
Views: 17908 Jamie Mason
Dr Gideon Fell#2: The Mad Hatter Mystery by John Dickson Carr (1933) | Audio Drama | Mystery
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: When a young journalist is found murdered at Traitors' Gate in thirties fog-bound London, there is a crossbow through his heart and a top hat on his head. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Author: John Dickson Carr Dramatised By: Peter Ling. Director: Enyd Williams 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Dr Gideon Fell: Donald Sinden Chief Superintendent Hadley: John Hartley Sir William Batten: Edward Jewesbury General Mason: Peter Howell Robert Dowery: Roger Moss Julius Arbor: Roger Hammond Yeoman Warder Parker: John Baddeley Henry Marsh: Anthony Jackson Laura Batten: Sabina Franklyn Lester Batten: Don McCorkindale Sheila Batten: Priyanga Elan ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ The Saturday Play: The Mad Hatter Mystery BBC Radio 4 FM, 3 July 1999 15.00
Views: 18854 Jamie Mason
Henrietta who? by Catherine Aird (1968) | Inspector C.D. Sloan #2 | Radio Drama | Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. How do you react when you suddenly discover that for the past 21 years your life isn't what it appeared to be, and you suddenly find your name has become Henrietta - Who? with Ciaran Madden as Henrietta and Alan Rowe as Insp Sloan Henrietta who? by Catherine Aird (Kinn McIntosh, 1968) | Inspector C.D. Sloan #2 | Radio Drama | Mystery Catherine Aird pseudonym of Kinn Hamilton McIntosh Harry Ford: Vernon Joyner Bill Thorpe: Robert Swales Constable Crosby: Nigel Anthony Dr Dabbe: Nigelgraham Supt Lees: Robert Trotter James HibbS: Brian Haines PC Hepple: Anthony Hall Mr Arbican: David Lander General Garwell: Nigel Graham Mr Hirst: Peter Gordon Bursar: Judith Harte Secretary: Julie Hallam Landlord: Vernon Joyner
Views: 56637 Jamie Mason
The Centenier (#2): A Bumper Year for Dahlias by Alan Downer | Radio Drama (1985) | Murder mystery,
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺:In Jersey 'Centeniers' are elected by their fellow islanders to protect their rights. They work with the police to ensure justice is done. Sensitive, stammering Richard Hamon may seem an unlikely choice, but in fact he's the youngest Centenier on the island and he's clever. And he needs all his skills to solve the mysterious death of pretty young Vanessa Guillaume. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Writer: Alan Downer Director: David Johnston 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Richard Hamon: Steven Pacey Paula: Rosalind Adams Mr Guillaume: David Garth Mrs Guillaume: Dilys Laye Helen Bisson: Natasha Pyne Nicky Custance: Alan Thompson Gianni Enrico: Carl Forgione Dr Elston: Reginald Marsh Det Sgt Renouf: Patrick Horne Det Insp Le Claire: James Kerry Det Con Plummer: Jamie Roberts ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 2 November 1985 20.30 CREDIT: Image Credit- https://www.theislandwiki.org/index.php/File:P17GoreyHarbour4.jpg
Views: 8117 Jamie Mason
Bertie by LYDIA RAGOSIN | Radio Drama (1974)
Prince of Wales - a name synonymous with gambling, racing and good living. But his talent for diplomacy and grasp of foreign affairs, had he succeeded to the throne sooner. might have changed the course of European history. Producer MARGARET ETALL Freddie Jones Hilda Schroder , Diana Olsson Albert Edward
Views: 5671 Jamie Mason
Murder A La Mode by Patricia Moyes | Radio Drama (1970)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. The setting is the fast, flip world of London fashion, and the time, the feverishly exciting period just before the latest Paris fashion news is to break. The keyed-up crew of Style magazine gathers to put the finishing touches to its forthcoming issue, unaware that at the very same time they are being raced to their deadline by death. Called in to investigate the murder of one of the magazine's key employees, CID Inspector Henry Tibbett finds himself faced with an apparently clueless crime. To add to the confusion, Style's chic staff displays an alarming talent for subterfuge. Everyone is more than willing to give Inspector Tibbett the low-down of the magazine's secret domestic relations, but the unassuming Inspector soon imagines this is all part of a clever plot to keep him from discovering the truth about murder. First broadcast: BBC R4 Saturday Night Theatre 04 Jul 1970
Views: 17098 Jamie Mason
Number 13 by M. R. James (1904) | Audio book/short story/reading (1975) | Horror fiction
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: "Number 13" is a ghost story by British writer M. R. James, included in his first collection Ghost Stories of an Antiquary. Wikipedia Originally published: 1904 Author: M. R. James Genre: Horror fiction Country: England
Views: 3126 Jamie Mason
The Weather for Murder  by Philip Levene | Radio Drama (1962)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. With Marie Ney [Elsie Pierce] Barbara Couper [Sarah Pierce, Elsie's Sister] Derek Blomfield [Mr. Rayton] Peggy Butt [Millie, Tea Shop Employee] Julian Somers [Sergeant Foster] Vivienne Chatterton [Mrs. Clark of the Post Office] Derek Birch [Victor Everett] Stella Turner [Nora Everett, Victor's Wife] Zibba Mayes [Miss Brown], John Bryning [The Coroner] William Eedle [Ronald Arthur Jenkins, the County Fire Officer], Lewis Stringer [Mr. Potter, Drapery Shop Owner] Angela Piper [Connie, Drapery Shop Employee] Donald McKillop [The CostumΓ© at Harrington's] Broadcast: Wednesday 18th April 1962
Views: 42990 Jamie Mason
Mr Finchley Takes The Road by Victor Canning (1940) | Radio Drama  | Adventure, Genteel comedy
Mr. Finchley goes house-hunting in a horse-drawn caravan. A picaresque fantasy view of the Kent countryside in the 1930s, with an array of odd characters. Episode 1 Mr Finchley Takes the Road Episode 1 of 6 1932: Edgar heads to Kent in a horse-drawn caravan, and someone is interested. Victor Canning's tale stars Richard Griffiths. 6 part dramatisation of Victor Canning's 1940 novel. Dramatisation of Victor Canning's novel. Starring Richard Griffiths Mr Finchley Takes The Road by Victor Canning - Publication date 1993-04-13
Views: 18162 Jamie Mason
LEAVE IT TO THE HANGMAN|Bill Knox|Radio Drama (1964)
A Colin Thane Scottish Crime Squad Case. Duncan Mclntyre , John Young and Bryden Murdoch Drugs or dynamite, stolen or smuggled, nothing is too hot for the Kilburns until one of them kills a policeman. But which was the Kilburn killer? Produced By: James Crampsey Chief Inspector Thane: Duncan McIntyre Detective Inspector Moss: John Young Patrick Kilburn: Bryden Murdoch Liam Kilburn: Arthur Boland Margot Kilburn: Gwyneth Guthrie Mrs Thane: Effie Morrison
Views: 7026 Jamie Mason
Dead Man's Ransom by Ellis Peters PSEUD. (1984) | Audio Drama (1995) | Medieval Mystery
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: Philip Madoc stars as the medieval sleuth in Ellis Peters 's five-part serial of the chronicles of Brother Cadfael. Hostage. Beyond the walls of the Benedictine abbey in 1141, civil war rages. Only something extraordinary could draw Cadfael on to the battlefield. with Lorien Haynes and David Holt Music by Peter Salem. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Producer Neil Cargill Dead Man's Ransom is a medieval mystery novel by Ellis Peters, first of four novels set in the disruptive year of 1141. It is the ninth in the Cadfael Chronicles, and was first published in 1984 (1984 in literature). The book was adapted for BBC Radio 4 in 1995. In Stereo. Edith Mary Pargeter Author DescriptionEdith Mary Pargeter OBE BEM, also known by her nom de plume Ellis Peters, was an English author of works in many categories, especially history and historical fiction, and was also honoured for her translations of Czech classics; she is probably best known for her murder mysteries, both historical and modern. Wikipedia Born: 28 September 1913, Horsehay Died: 14 October 1995, Madeley Movies and TV shows: Cadfael, The Spaniard's Curse Awards: Edgar Award for Best Novel, Cartier Diamond Dagger, Agatha Award for Best Novel Quotes Every spring is the only spring, a perpetual astonishment. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Writer: Ellis Peters Dramatised by: Alan Downer Director: Gerry Jones 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Hugh Beringar: Jonathan Tafler Sister Magdalen: Susannah York Elis: Jason Hughes Radulfus: Trevor Peacock Herbard: Shaun Prendergast ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Dead Man's Ransom BBC Radio 4 FM, 7 September 1995 10.00
Views: 10770 Jamie Mason
Black Plumes by Margery Allingham (1940) | Radio Drama (1964)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. The slashing of a valuable painting at the renowned Ivory Gallery in London, followed by the murder of the proprietor's son-in-law, Robert, sets the stage for another finely tuned Allingham mystery. The proprietor's mother, 90-year-old Gabrielle Ivory, holds the key to the web of intrigue and danger that permeates the gallery. Cast Marjorie Westbury Patrick Barr Duncan McIntyre First broadcast: BBC Home Service - Saturday Night Theatre 19 Sept 1964 Broadcast company: BBC
Views: 27633 Jamie Mason
Murder at the Eisteddfod by John Ellis Williams  | Radio Drama (1973)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Douglas Blackwell/Petra Davies/Dillwyn Owen It is Crowning Day at the National Eisteddfod of Wales. The winning poet is robed and escorted to the stage, but as his name is announced he slips from the bardic chair ...
Views: 14741 Jamie Mason
The Toff (#38): The Toff on the Farm by John Creasey (1958) | Radio Drama (1977)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Rural intrigue stalks the amateur sleuth, the Honourable Richard Rollison. with Terence Alexander as The Toff Trouble for Sale The Toff on the Farm Episode 1 of 6 Episode 2 of 6 Someone is keen to acquire Selby Farm, and the Honourable Richard Rollison wants to know why. Episode 3 of 6 After the discovery of a body, Richard is determined to uncover the secrets growing at Selby farm. Episode 4 of 6 Farm owner Gillian Selby reveals she no longer requires help from the Honourable Richard Rollison. A Step in the Dark The Toff on the Farm Episode 5 of 6 Amateur sleuth Richard Rollison refuses to be fobbed off, and receives some useful advice. The Mystery of Selby Farm The Toff on the Farm Episode 6 of 6 Finding an empty farmhouse safe, the Honourable Richard Rollison edges closer to solving the mystery.
Views: 28262 Jamie Mason
The Storm by H.L.V. Fletcher (1954) | Radio Drama (1961)  | Thriller
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: A gripping murder thriller in a snowy setting... An adaptation for radio of his novel by H.L.V. Fletcher with Mary Wimbush and Oscar Quitak π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Author/adaptation: H.L.V. Fletcher Production: Herbert Davies 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Jacob Huws: Prysor Williams Mollie Moseley: Mary Wimbush John Moseley: Ivor Maddox Mr James: Oscar Quitak Tom Morgan: Wyn Thomas Sergeant Lewis: Ieuan Rhys Williams ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre: The Storm BBC Home Service Basic, 6 May 1961 20.30
Views: 15512 Jamie Mason
Any Other Business by George Ross & Campbell Singer | Audio Drama (SNT, 1960) | Thriller/Drama
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: Somebody on the Board of Directors is a traitor! and the enemy has involved an old-established firm in a take-over bid. To fight it or not to fight it? That is only one of the exciting questions posed in this unusual thriller set against a background of big business. A well-informed hostile takeover leads the targeted board of directors to suspect treachery. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Production By: Hugh Stewart Singer: Peter Powell 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Joyce Anderson: Dy Parfltt Geoffrey Harrison: Brian Kent Jonathan Travis: William Avenall Julian Armstrong: David Crosse Malcolm Turnbull: Ronald Magill Sir Norman Tullis: Ross Hutchinson Harry Dodds: Derek Royle Charles Pleydon: John Ruddling Martin Meadows: Tony Steedman Stanley Griffiths: David MacMillan ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Home Service Basic, 24 December 1960 20.30
Views: 11164 Jamie Mason
Bertie and the Seven Bodies by Peter Lovesey (1990) | Audio Drama (Playhouse, 91) | Mystery
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: Peter Lovesey 's unusual detective, the Prince of Wales, finds his life endangered at a party. In 1890 twelve guests gather at Desborough Hall for a week's shooting party hosted by the beautiful Lady Amelia Hammond. Months of planning have left nothing to chance, for the main guests are the Prince and Princess of Wales. ... Google Books π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters. Stereo 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Bertie: Robert Lang Alix: Marcia King Isabella: Susannah Fellows Amelia: Joan Moon Queenie: Siriol Jenkins Jerry: Timothy Carlton Rev Paget: Terrence Edmond Holdfast: Norman Jones Moira: Auriol Smith Wilfred: Alan Barker Marcus: Kim Wall Claude: Nigel Carrington Sweeney: James Greene Colwell: Fraser Kerr ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday Playhouse BBC Radio 4 FM, 10 August 1991 14.30
Views: 4848 Jamie Mason
Inspector Martin: The Late Edwina Black by William Dinner and William Morum  | Radio Drama (1950)
[The most enjoyed drama on the channel!] π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. When a sickly Victorian woman dies suddenly, a postmortem reveals that her body contains a fatal dose of arsenic. Suspicion falls on her husband and her companion, who are lovers. Inspector Martin of Scotland Yard solves the mystery of her death, over a cup of tea. Produced by Raymond Raikes Contributors Unknown: William Dinner Unknown: William Morum Produced By: Raymond Raikes Elizabeth Graham: Catherine Lacey Ellen, a housekeeper: Beatrice Varley Henry Martin: Raymond Huntley Gregory Black: Stephen Murray
Views: 57184 Jamie Mason
Det Sgt Wicker: Hate Mail by T. Smith | Radio Drama (1988) | Mystery
Sgt Wicker 's last week before retirement starts out with a less than thrilling case of a vandalised garden. But it soon escalates to something very much nastier. Directed by Mattew Walters Det Sgt Wicker: William Simons Det Con Blake: Ian Targett Jill Compton: Joanna MacKie Mark Compton: Philip Sully Ada: Barbara Atkinson Dr Stanton: Laurence Payne Wardley: Norman Bird Jane Bradbury: Diana Katis Sgt Clark: Michael Tudor Barnes BBC Radio 4 FM, August 1988 15.00
Views: 20364 Jamie Mason
Lonely Beat by William Keenan (Detective Con. Marne) | Radio Drama (1969) | Crime, Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. To succeed where 200 of the best detectives in the country have failed? Of course it's a tall order. But you have two things on your side. You are new to the case, and bring a fresh outlook to it. Contributors Unknown: William Keenan Adapted By: David Bramlet Produced By: Alan Ayckbourn Chief Insp Brien: James Beck Chief Supt Miller: John Hollis Det John Marne: Brian Peck Manny Thompson: David Mahlowe Mrs Livers: Heather Stoney Ron Kay: Brian Miller Mrs Astbury: Ruth Holden Mechanic: Robert Peck Landlord: Ronald Harvi Ann: Stephanie Turner Frank Rainton: Colin Edwynn BBC Radio 4 FM, 19 July 1969 20.30 BBC Productions
Views: 30059 Jamie Mason
Laburnum Grove by J.B. Priestley (1933) | Audio Drama | Comedy
[Dated terminology apropos to 1933]𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: The action takes place in the Radferns' house, 'Ferndale', Laburnum Grove, Shooter's Green, a suburb of North London at a time when bananas were plentiful. 'The first thing I see in the cards; Elsie, is a great surprise. It's coming very soon and I don'think you'll like it. I think it's something to do with a medium-coloured man. I think it must be your father.' Laburnum Grove is a comedy-drama play by the British writer J.B. Priestley which was first staged in 1933. It was one of Priestley's earliest hits. The play premiered at the Duchess Theatre on 28 November 1933. In its initial run it had over 300 performances. Wikipedia First performance: 1933 Playwright: J. B. Priestley Adaptations: Laburnum Grove (1936) Book preview (92 pages available) - https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Laburnum_Grove.html?id=AWfGlo4cPLEC&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Writer: J. B. Priestley The play adapted and produced by CHRISTOPHER VENNING 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Duced By: Christopher Venning Mrs Baxley: Diana Olsson Mr Baxtey: Geoffrey Matthews Elsie: Jane Knowles Mr Radfern: Bernard Archard Harold: Michael Harbour Fletten: Douglas Blackwell Mrs Radfern: Kathleen Michael Insp Stack: Michael Byrne Sgt Morris: Manning Wilson ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 8 April 1972 20.30
Views: 10189 Jamie Mason
The Investigation of a Murder by Eric Saward | Audio Drama (1979)
[1:26:22] 𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: The methods of police investigation in a murder case are believed to be well-known. Routine enquiry, occasional inspiration. leading to conviction or frustration. But what is the effect of modern police work on those only casually or coincidentally involved in the case? What is the impact, in particular, on the relatives of the suspect; the man believed, but not yet known, to have committed the crime? π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Written by Eric Saward Directed By: Roger Pine 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Det-Sgt Burgess: Roger Hume Det-Con Bailey: Terry Molloy Det-Supt Armstrong: Geoffrey Matthews Jenny: Elizabeth Cassidy Malcolm: Sean Barrett Mum: Ysanne Churchman Mrs Marsden: Hilda Schroder Mrs Meadows: Peggy Ashby Raymond: Michael Irwin Doctor: Leonard Dixon Charlie: Earl Cameron Len Woods: Arnold Peters Desk Sgt: Ralph Lawton Radio operator: Hedli Niklaus ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 6 January 1979 20.30
Views: 28151 Jamie Mason
Cadfael: Monk's Hood by  Ellis Peters | Radio Drama | Mystery
The Abbey's ill benefactor needs Brother Cadfael's ointment, deadly if ingested. Ellis Peters' mystery stars Philip Madoc. Ellis Peters' medieval thriller narrated by Sir Michael Hordern stars Philip Madoc as Brother Cadfael, Ian Targett as Brother Mark, Geoffrey Whitehead as Prior Robert, Norman Jones as Brother Rees, Pat Heywood as Rishildis Burnel and Timothy Bateson as Father Heribert. From the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael by Ellis Peters. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Producer: Lissa Evans First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991.
Views: 40827 Jamie Mason
Trustee from the Toolroom by Nevil Shute | Radio Drama (1964)
The last novel by the late Nevil Shute adapted by STEPHEN GRENFEL - Produced by BETTY DAVIES Contributors Unknown: Nevil Shute Adapted By: Stephen Grenfell Produced By: Betty Davies BBC Home Service Basic, 24 August 1964 15.00
Views: 6093 Jamie Mason
Secret Worship by Algernon blackwood | Audio Drama (1975) | Horror fiction
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: 'Yes, you are right, it has become fashionable to deny the existence of evil. That does not unfortunately mean that evil has ceased to exist or work upon the face of the earth.' One of the John Silence series of Stories of the Supernatural and the Uncanny by ALGERNON BLACKWOOD : adapted for radio by SHEILA HODGSON with Malcolm Hayes as Dr John Silence π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Stephen Hubbard: Fraser Kerr Cabby: Michael Shannon Porter: Roger Gartland Waiter: Peter Whitman Landlord: Michael Wolf Man in Post Office: John Bull Priest: Sion Probert Bruder Pagel: Alan Dudley ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Midweek Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 23 October 1975 20.00
Views: 4233 Jamie Mason
Mysterious Railway Stories: The 415 Express by Amelia B. Edwards's; Charles Dickens | Audio book
Mysterious Railway Stories: 415 Express - reader Robert Hardy
Views: 13516 Jamie Mason
The Centenier (#3): The Deep End by Alan Downer | Radio Drama (1989) | Mystery/detective
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺:In Jersey, the islanders elect centeniers to protect their rights and to work with the police to ensure justice is done.Sensitive, stammering Richard is the youngest centenier and one of the cleverest. But even he is mystified and horrified by the sinister train of events that follow a straightforward robbery at a local supermarket - events that threaten the well-being, perhaps even the very existence, of his own family. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Writer: Alan Downer Director: David Johnston 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Richard Hamon: Neil Dickson Paula: Rosalind Adams Desmond Dean: Reginald Marsh Piers Dupoy: Dominic Rickhards Det Sgt Michel: Philip Sully Louise Cabot: Cara Kelly Ron Hazell: Michael Deeks Marigold Lebeau: Petra Davies Ben Lebeau: Ian Michie Martin Hamon: Benjamin Ramsland Det Con Le Pape: Ken Cumberlidge ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre: The Deep End BBC Radio 4 FM, 4 March 1989 19.45
Views: 8892 Jamie Mason
Talking Heads by Alan Bennett, Stars Patricia Routledge (part 1) | Radio Drama | Black Comedy
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Upload more if interest is shown...Alan Bennett's much-loved collection of monologues, giving us a glimpse in to the lives of six ordinary British people. 1 - Talking about Talking Heads 2 - A Chip in the Sugar read by Alan Bennett Life for Graham and his elderly mother has settled into a comfortable pattern when a face from the past appears to threaten his peace of mind. 3 - 00:48:10 - A Lady of Letters read by Patricia Routledge Irene thinks 'corresponding' is every citizen's right in a free society, but she gets her first taste of real freedom in the most unlikely place.
Views: 12030 Jamie Mason
The Poisoned Chocolate Case by Anthony Berkeley | Radio Drama (1984) | Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. A woman has died from eating poisoned chocolates intended for somebody else... Can the amateur brains of Roger Sheringham's Crime Circle solve this intriguing crime that's stumped Scotland Yard over the past year? Stars Neil Stacy as Roger Sheringham, Hilda Schroder as Mrs Fielder-Flamming, Conrad Phillips as Sir Charles Wildman, Victor Winding as Moresby, Michael Bilton as Chitterwick, Geoffrey Collins as Bradley, Jane Wenham as Alicia, William Eedle as Lockwood, Mark Straker as Bendix, Clive Panto as Sir Eustace, Eileen Tully as Mrs Bendix and Deborah Cranston Marguerite. Director: Brian Miller First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1984
Views: 59429 Jamie Mason
Albert Campion (#13): More Work for the Undertaker by Margery Allingham (1948) | Radio Drama (1986)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. The Palinode family are relics of a gracious past, and not the sort to get themselves poisoned. But this is what seems to be beginning to happen, and Campion, as an old friend of the family, decides it is time to look into the matter ... dramatised by MARGARET ETALL Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBCBristol. Albert Campion: Francis Matthews Lugg: Geoffrey Matthews Jas Bowels: George Parsons Charlie Luke: Tim Meats Renee Roper: Jennlfer Piercey Clarence/Capt Seton: Howard Goorney Henry James/ Glossop: Phillip Manikum Evadne/Housekeeper: Sheila Grant Lawrence/Dice: Manning Wilson Jessica: Rachel Gurney Rowley/Congreve: Stuart Organ Dr Smith/Yeo: Paul Nicholson Voice: James Goode
Views: 57984 Jamie Mason
The Dark Windows of a Room by William Keenan  ( Inspector Rouke, 1975) | Radio Drama
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. ' I'm John Rouke. And for the record, the jury gave me the benefit of the doubt. Inspector Rouke is not a crook - and he's going to prove it.' with Brian Trueman as John Rouke Geoffrey Banks as Chief Inspector Norris and Jane Knowles as Anna The play is set in and around Manchester in 1975 Guest appearances by: Violet Carson. Judith Chalmers Sandra Chalmers Nigel Davenpori , Bryan Forbes Philip Jenkinson. Bryan Martin Peter Massey. Wilfred Pickles Alan Rothwell. Herbert Smith Madeleine Vacher ,Paul Webster Geoffrey Wheeler , Peter Wheeler and Billie Whitelaw Stereo effects bv DAVID FLEMING-WILLIAMS Theme music and song composed by SIMON PARK Producer TREVOR hill Contributors Unknown: William Keenan Unknown: John Rouke. Unknown: Brian Trueman Unknown: John Rouke Unknown: Geoffrey Banks Unknown: Jane Knowles Unknown: Violet Carson. Unknown: Judith Chalmers Unknown: Sandra Chalmers Unknown: Nigel Davenpori Unknown: Bryan Forbes Unknown: Philip Jenkinson. Unknown: Bryan Martin Unknown: Peter Massey. Unknown: Wilfred Pickles Unknown: Alan Rothwell. Unknown: Herbert Smith Unknown: Madeleine Vacher Unknown: Paul Webster Unknown: Geoffrey Wheeler Unknown: Peter Wheeler Unknown: Billie Whitelaw First Broadcast: BBC Radio, 4, 6 September 1975 20:00 Production Company: BBC
Views: 39165 Jamie Mason
Absolute Discretion by Grant Eustace | Audio Drama (Playhouse, 91) | Victorian Murder Mystery
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: Arthur Vemet , a chemistry student at Oxford in the 1860s, is sent to investigate a mystery surrounding the Earl of Warminster's family. He is soon embroiled in blackmail, murder and the love of a good woman .. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Written By: Grant Eustace Director: Alec Reid 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Arthur Vernet: Ben Daniels Warminster: Brett Usher Alice Selwood: Jane Slavin Edith Gratton: Maxine Audley Maude Gratton: Elizabeth Kelly Elaine: Terence Edmond Buckmaster: Ronald Herdman Amos Saddler: Michael Turner Rev Denison: Timothy Carlton Mrs Denison: Danielle Allen Mrs Selwood: Auriol Smith William: Stephen Garlick Miss Staples: Jane Whittenshaw Walters: Timothy Bateson Mitchell: David Bannerman MrsLamont: Jenny Howe ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday Playhouse BBC Radio 4 FM, 12 January 1991 14.30
Views: 17971 Jamie Mason
A Case of Checkmate by Ron Evans | Radio Drama (Playhouse 75, 195x) | Armchair detective
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: A Case of Checkmate by Ron Evans ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Springbok Radio CREDIT Springbok Radio Preservation Society of South Africa, Johannesburg.
Views: 2664 Jamie Mason
Chimera by Stephen Gallagher (1982) | Radio Drama (1985) | Thriller -- Detective, sci-fi/horror
When police are called in to investigate a series of brutal killings at an isolated scientific laboratory, within hours Government officials are on the scene and the investigation is hushed up. Why? The novel that inspired the headline-grabbing ITV series starring John Lynch, Kenneth Cranham, and Christine Kavanagh. ... Google Books Chimera by Stephen Gallagher Directed by Martin Jenkins Contributors Writer: Stephen Gallagher Director: Martin Jenkins Alison: Sarah Badel Peter Carson: Christian Rodska Det Sgt Stoneley: Brian Glover Det Insp Schaffer: John Webb Tracey/WPC: Jenny Funnell Jenner/Gaskell: David Sinclair Dr Horsley: Tessa Worsley Sgt Crighton: Christopher Douglas Roger Forester: Graham Blockey Morgue official: Marlene Sidaway Capt Windeler: Bernard Brown Diana/WPC: Helena Breck Hennessy: Sean Arnold Prof Liawski: Leonard Fenton PC/Soldier: John Voce Saturday-Night Theatre: Chimera BBC Radio 4 FM, 20 April 1985 20.30
Views: 7344 Jamie Mason
Taking Over by Mervyn Jones | Audio Drama (SNT, 1984) | Comedy
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: All is serene at the manor. Then the tribe arrives and Lady Patricia has the Disneys camping in her meadow. The police will do nothing, neither will the MP. Well, if you can't beat them.... the takeover begins. β€”genome.ch.bbc.co.uk π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Writer: Mervyn Jones Director: Michael Heffernan 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Bonzo: Jon Strickland Pop Disney: John Hollis Lady Patricia Poulteney: Vivian Pickles Francesca Poulteney: Yvonne Antrobus Archibald Poulteney: Freddie Jones Snow white: Frances Jeater Goldie: Maggie McCarthy Pluto: Peter Acre Inspector: Colin Starkey Sir James Carstairs: Henry Stamper Mickey: Michael Jenner ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre: Taking Over BBC Radio 4 FM, 14 April 1984 20.30
Views: 4519 Jamie Mason
A Coat of Varnish by C. P. Snow (1979) | Radio Drama (1983) | Murder mystery/detective
[This version is adapted by Ronald Millar] 𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: Murder for Pleasure: Humphrey Leigh, retired resident of Belgravia, pays a social visit to an old friend, Lady Ashbrook. She is waiting for her test results, fearing cancer. When Lady Ashbrook gets the all clear she has ten days to enjoy her new lease of life. And then she is found murdered. The last case of Chief Supt Briers is a brutal murder in an elegant drawing-room in London SW1. Briers is determined to solve the case at any cost, and learns that there is not much between people and their darker motives - merely a coat of varnish. AUTHOR: Charles Percy Snow, Baron Snow, CBE was a novelist and English physical chemist who also served in several important positions in the British Civil Service and briefly in the UK government. Wikipedia Born: 15 October 1905, Leicester Died: 1 July 1980, London C. P. Snow/Quote: The pursuit of happiness is a most ridiculous phrase; if you pursue happiness you'll never find it. π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Original work: C. P. Snow (1979) Adapted: Ronald Millar Directed By: David Spenser 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Frank Briers: Peter Barkworth Dr Perryman: Paul Daneman Humphrey Leigh: David Langton Lady Ashbrook: Mary Ellis Captain Loseby: Anthony Daniels Susan Thirklll: Stacy Dorning Sgt Tanner: James Bryce Chief Insp Rees: James Kerry Insp Shingler: David Peart Professor Morgan: Jon Strickland Police photographer: Mark Straker ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 22 October 1983 20.30 synopsis - Google Books Image Other - author info: wikipedia/ quote - https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/C._P._Snow
Views: 36481 Jamie Mason
Hay Fever (1925) by Noel Coward | Radio Drama (1971) | Black Comedy
First produced in 1925, Hay Fever is technically a masterpiece. A comedy of bad manners which starts with the arrival of four guests, invited independently by different members of the Bliss family for a weekend at their country house near Maidenhead. The promise of an idyllic and peaceful weekend is quickly trounced by the self-absorbed eccentricities of the family who leave the guests to slink away humiliated, embarrassed and abandoned. "It does not date it is in the highest mood of fantastic comedy, it is deliciously heartless and therefore deliciously alive and fresh" The Times Noel Coward/Archie Campbell . Contributors Author: Noel Coward Producer: Guy Vaesen Sorel Bliss: Karin Fernald Simon Bliss: Geoffrey Beevers Clara: Betty Baskcomb Judith Bliss: Peggy Ashcroft David Bliss: Tony Britton Sandy Tyrell: David Timson Mvra Arundel: Millicent Martin Richard Greatham: Maurice Denham Jackie Coryton: Julia Foster BBC R4 Saturday Night Theatre 18 Dec 1971
Views: 11590 Jamie Mason
Unquiet Conscience by Philip Barker | Radio Drama (1971)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. 'Lundy was an outsider, not one of us - a ready-made scapegoat for something unclean.' Contributors: Michael Reed, Tony Britton Jenny, Anna Michaels Len Culpin, Douglas Blackwell Danville, William Eedle Brooke, Peter Tuddenham Farr, Norman Claridge Mrs.Ames, Eva Stuart Lucy Culpin, Madi Hedd Jack Goodwin, Martin Friend Mrs. Brooke, Olwen Griffiths Robert Hewitt, Nigel Anthony Det-Insp.Carter, Robert Cawdron Receptionist, Jo Manning Wilson Garage Attendant, David Valla Police Seargeant, Robin Browne Producer: Betty Davies Production Company: BBC Image:https://www.flickr.com/photos/rhysasplundh/6294334237/in/photostream/
Views: 30403 Jamie Mason
The Centenier (#1) by Alan Downer | Radio Drama (1982) | Murder mystery/ Whodunit
𝑺𝒀𝑡𝑢𝑷𝑺𝑰𝑺: In Jersey they have people called Centeniers. Perhaps you don't know what they are - but Richard Hamon has just been made one - the youngest the island's ever had, in fact. He's a shy sensitive man, and on his very first day he has to deal with a dead body on the beach. Just his luck! π‚πŽππ“π‘πˆππ”π“πŽπ‘π’ Directed By: David Johnston 𝐂𝐀𝐒𝐓 Richard Hamon: Steven Pacey Paula Hamon: Rosalind Adams Joan Langley: Dilys Laye Tom Langley: Nicholas Courtney Tony Baxter: John Warner Liz Baxter: Miranda Forbes Mary Lyn: Shlrley Cooklin Justin Chichester: George Parsons Julia Witney: Patience Tomlinson Bruce Welland: Chris Jenkinson Sophie Lyons: Glynis Brooks Andreas Wolf: Jonathan Elsom Det Sgt Le Claire: Geoffrey Matthews Inspector Voisin/ Mr Moulin: David Gooderson Police doctor: David Brierley Constables/Barman: Stephen Garlick Mrs Haley: Olive Crowe Rosemary Matthews: Stella Forge ππ‘πŽπƒπ”π‚π“πˆπŽπ Saturday-Night Theatre BBC Radio 4 FM, 13 February 1982 20.30
Views: 8708 Jamie Mason
(The Toff #41) The Toff and the Runaway Bride by John Creasey (1959) | Radio (1975) | Crime Thriller
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. 1930s-set thriller - the gentleman sleuth attends a wedding, but is soon investigating a crime. starring Terence Alexander and Robert Doming More Episode's on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k061IuCGW-Y - - The Honourable Richard Rollison, an upper-class crime sleuth, nicknamed - The Toff - appears in over 60 novels - 1938-1977 - four years after the author's death. First appearance Introducing the Toff (1938) Starring: Terence Alexander as the Toff Robert Doming as Jolly Rosalind Shanks as Barbara Lessing Peggy Ann Wood as Aunt Gloria David Graham as Holy Joe Frances Jeater as Maggie Alan Cuthbertson as Major Guy Lessing Thriller stars Terence Alexander Producer: John Fawcett Wilson First broadcast: BBC World Service, June 1975
Views: 19739 Jamie Mason
Miss Pym Disposes by Josephine Tey (1946) | Radio Drama (1988) | Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Stand-alone mystery. by JOSEPHINE TEY dramatised by ELIZABETH PROUD with and Staff at Leys College: Directed by GLYN DEARMAN. Written by: Josephine Tey Dramatised By: Elizabeth Proud Directed By: Glyn Dearman. Lucy Pym: Julia Foster Henrietta Hodge: Joan Sims Teresa Desterro: Julia Swift Miss LUX: Polly James Miss Wragg: Zelah Clarke Madame Lefevre: Margaret Robertson Froken Gustavson: Diana Olsson Miss Meek: Eva Stuart Students: Miss Nash: Deborah Makepeace Students: Miss Innes: Moir Leslie Students: Miss Rouse: Susan Sheridan Students: Miss O'Donnell: Felicity Hayes-McCoy Students: Miss Dakers: Denica Fairman Students: Miss Gage: Caroline Gruber Visitors: Mr Nash: Michael Deacon Visitors: Mrs Nash: Eva Stuart Visitors: Rick: Paul Sirr
Views: 16311 Jamie Mason
Deal With Murder by Peter Cornish  | Radio Drama (1964) | Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. Lynn Harker. an up-and-coming portrait painter, answers her telephone and a strange American voice tells her that he is interested in preserving-her life! Cast in order of speaking: Lynn Harker: Jane Wenham American telephone caller: Stephen Thorne Tom Swayne: John Pullen Jason Flowerdew, an actor: Frank Duncan Lila James, his friend: Nicolette Bernard Lady Mathry (Nina): Marjorie Westbury Billy, her chauffeur: William Fox Mr Thrale, a solicitor: John Ruddock American motorist: Andrew Sachs George, porter at the flats: Garard Green Det -Sgt Harvey: Frederick Treves Inspector Davis: Denys Graham Bob Hazelrig: Geoffrey Matthews Waiter at The Raven: Peter Bartlett Mr Frisby, laundry manager: Hamlyn Benson Mrs Beezeley, a landlady: Eva Stuart Mrs Cooper: Mary Wimbush
Views: 52759 Jamie Mason
THE CASE OF THE LATE PIG by Margery Allingham, Dramatised for Radio by Gregory Evans (1982)
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. The Case of the Late Pig is a crime novel by Margery Allingham, first published 1937, by Hodder & Stoughton. It is the ninth novel featuring the mysterious Albert Campion and his butler/valet/bodyguard Magersfontein Lugg. Wikipedia Dramatised for Radio by Gregory Evans James Snell as Albert Campion and Cyril Shaps as Lugg. The breakfast of Albert Campion, famous gentleman private detective of the 1930s, is slightly marred by The Times' deaths' column announcing the funeral of R. I. Peters, a tormentor of Campion's at school. Six months later, Peters's freshly-dead body turns up elsewhere ... Directed By: Brian Miller BBC Bristol Parson/Pepper: Michael Drew Whippet: Haydn Wood Kingston: David McAlister Janet: Diana Bishop Leo: Garard Green Poppy: Judy Franklin Effie: Amanda Murray Inspector Pussey: Christopher Scott Hayhoe: Phillip Manikum Farringdon: Paul Nicholson PC: Nicholas Orchard
Views: 27496 Jamie Mason
The Taste of Proof (1965) by Bill Knox | Radio Drama | Fiction, Mystery
π‘·π’“π’π’‘π’†π’“π’•π’š 𝒐𝒇 𝑩𝑩π‘ͺ, 𝒂𝒏𝒅 𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 π’“π’†π’”π’‘π’†π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’† π’π’˜π’π’†π’“π’”. A clever scam, involving a famous brand of whisky liqueur, starts out as a seemingly straightforward police investigation into a raid on the safe at the Glen Ault warehouse. The CID realise that the solution to the crime is in the whisky.'
Views: 19034 Jamie Mason