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THE PLAYS:

1 Jan: The Leopard
By Giuseppe di Lampedusa, read in 5 chunks (not a play) by Anton Lesser over the course of the day.: 9.30, 11.00, 12.30, 2.15 and 4.00. Anton relaxes at 9.45am by reading Book of the Week: Brief Answers to the Big Questions, by Stephen Hawking.

2 Jan: Me, Mum and Meena Kumari
By Samantha Baig, based on a true story by Akbar Kurtha, who is in the cast. A young actor struggles to deal with various challenges: caring for his bipolar mother, running his career, and the truth about his sexuality. Akbar: Akbar Kurtha, Zubeida: Shelley King, Uncle: Nish Nathwani, Lia: Emma Handy, Simon: Cameron Percival. Producer: Emma Harding.

3 Jan: The Receiver of Wreck
By Ben Cottam. A rusting ship is washed up on the shore in Fleetwood. What sort of vessel is it? Jen Green is the receiver of Wreck; it is the strangest case of her career. Jen: Alice Lowe, Prudence Peacock, Denisa and The Voice: Jane Horrocks, Malcolm: Pearce Quigley, Kelly: Lucy Gaskell, Adam: Tom Meeten, Jeanicia and Hannah: Hayley Doherty, Tanicia: Hannah Livingston, Ben: Ben Cottam. Producer: Alison Crawford.

4 Jan: Deceit, Desire and the Viking Helmet
By John Hegley, comedian and poet. A surreal and tragi-comic love story, with songs and poems. "John Shuttleworth" (Graham Fellows) is in the cast. The story is inspired by an Anthony Thwaite poem. Background action is provided by the football-playing children and members of the audience. From the Lowry Centre, Manchester. John: John Hegley, Mr. Cooper: Graham Fellows, Mrs. Cooper: Alison Belbin. Producer: Anne Edyvean. Rpt.

5 Jan: Saturday Play - The Canterbury Tales, 2
By the cast of The Archers, dram. Nick Warburton. The tales are set within the frame of the performance in David Archer's barn. Tellers of the Tales: Felicity Finch, Timothy Bentinck, Carole Boyd, Charlotte Martin, John Rowe, Simon Williams. THE PARDONER'S TALE: James Cartwright, Ian Pepperell, Barry Farrimond, John Rowe and Charlotte Martin. THE FRIAR'S TALE: Simon Williams, Timothy Bentinck, Ian Pepperell, Felicity Finch. THE FRANKLIN'S TALE: Barry Farrimond, James Cartwright, Annabelle Dowler and Charlotte Martin, THE BAILIFF'S TALE: Timothy Bentinck, Barry Farrimond, Ian Pepperell, Felicity Finch and Annabelle Dowler. Producer: Alison Hindell. Director: Kim Greengrass. 60m.

6 Jan: Classic Serial - Graeae's Amy Dorrit, 2
Dickens, moved to the modern day. By April de Angelis and Nicola Werenowska. Amy goes to university but has to return to the council estate when her father needs her help. She gets involved in the campaign to stop the sell-off. Amy: Audrey Brisson, Maggie: Kalijoy Perkins, Mrs. Chaudry: Liz Carr, with Ania Sowinski, Anna Elijasz, Tracey Anderson, Matti Houghton, John Kelly, Wayne Norman and Narinder Samra. Producer: Eloise Whitmore. Directors: Polly Thomas and Jenny Sealey.

7 Jan: Stone, 1
New series, using characters devised by Danny Brocklehurst. This episode written by Martin Jameson. Crime drama; a body is found at a hotel and DCI Stone is forced to navigate the world of catering. Stone: Hugo Speer, DS Sue Kelly: Deborah McAndrew, DI Mike Tanner: Craig Cheetham, with Lizzie Stavrou, Jason Done, Millie Gibson, Angela Lonsdale, George Bukhari, Peter Singh, William Ash, Sacha Parkinson, Emma Cunliffe, William Fox, Nadia Emam, Simon Trinder. Producers: Nadia Molinari and Gary Brown. Director: NM.

8 Jan: Stone, 2
By Martin Jameson. Stone investigates the background of the murder victim. Details- as yesterday.

9 Jan: Stone, 3
Episode written by Richard Monks. After a surprising discovery about his key witness, Stone's investigatiion into the murder of Maxwell Foley becomes increasingly difficult.

10 Jan: Stone, 4
By Richard Monks. Stone follows some important leads as the past haunts one of the main suspects.

11 Jan: Stone, 5
By Richard Monks. As Stone gets closer to the truth, forces conspire to prevent past crimes from being revealed.

12 Jan: Saturday Play - Riot Days, 1
By Maria Alyokhina; her account of her activism, trial and imprisonment as part of the Russian feminist punk protest group Pussy Riot. Part 1 of 2; conclusion tomorrow. Maria: Katie West,Nadya: Kerry Gooderson, Katya: Kathryn Drysdale, Petya: Cameron Percival, Lena: Alexandra Meyrick, Olga: Roslyn Hill, Violetta: Clare Corbett, Investigator and Judge: Ronny Jhutti, Oksana: Lucy Doyle, Bass Player and Beautician: Saffron Coomber, Prosecutor: Tony Turner, Major: Michael Bertenshaw, Prisoner: Alexandra Constantinidi, Guards: Carolyn Pickles and Jeanette Percival. Producer: Emma Harding.

13 Jan: Classic Serial slot: Riot Days, 2
By Maria Alokhina; conclusion. Production team: see above.

14 Jan: Into the Maze, 1
By Ayeesha Menon. Thriller set in London, Riyadh and Mumbai, exploring problems faced by women when it comes to sexual assault and personal freedom. Hotel worker Saira is raped by a rich Saudi guest. It throws her life, and that of her sister, into chaos. Jamila: Maya Sondhi, Saira: Aysha Kala, Najma: Fatima Adoum, Majid: Silas Carson, Zafar: Amir El-Masry, Purab: Ronny Jhutti, Clare: Clare Corbett, Sharon: Jeanette Percival, Andy: Lewis Bray, Ms. Morgan: Carolyn Pickles, John McKinley: Tony Turner, DC Price: Alexandra Constantinidi, Officer Megan: Lucy Doyle, Barfly: Christopher Harper, Fisher: Waleed Elgadi, Wheeler: Sam Dale, Jamila's boss: Waleed Elgadi, Guide: Ronny Jhutti, Judge: Sam Dale, Colleague: Christopher Harper. Producer: Emma Harding. Research consultant: David Rhodes, Doughty Street Chambers.

15 Jan: Into the Maze, 2
Jamila decides to use her vlog to bring her sister's rapist to justice, but someone wants to silence her.

16 Jan: Into the Maze, 3
Conclusion. Clare confronts Najma about the true identity of Saira's rapist. Production details: see 14 Jan.

17 Jan: Torch no. 1
By David Pownall. Broadcast to mark the 50th anniversary of the year when Russian tanks invaded Czechoslovakia. Rpt from Jan 2009. Jan Palach set himself on fire in the centre of Prague 50 years ago. He was not a fanatic or a terrorist. The play explores Palach's state of mind and asks why he did it. Indie production (Pier). Karl Davies stars as Palach; produced by Martin Jenkins.

18 Jan: The Ethical Hacking Bureau
By David Leddy. Barbara recently thought that her Tory grandee husband was having an affair. With the help of her Zumba teacher she hacks his phone, only to discover he wasn't. But it doesn't end there; next she starts to investigate her son-in-law, an MP. She encounters something more serious. Barbara: Patricia Hodge, Lucinda: Anita Vettesse, Nicky: Sarah Niles, Tom: Robin Laing, Celine/Kapoor/Miss Simmonds: Maryam Hamidi, Mr. Hooper: Finlay Welsh. Producer: Kirsty Williams.

19 Jan: Saturday Play - The Double
By Dostoyevsky, dram. Jonathan Holloway. A lonely civil servant is driven to madness when his life is stolen by a doppelganger.. The scene is changed in this adaptation; we're in a steampunk version of St. Petersburg, and there are intrusions from the 21st century along with a cyber-weapon. Golyakin and his doppelganger: Joseph Millson, Andrei: Sean Murray, Dr. Rutenspitz: Elizabeth Counsell, Klara / Needles: Kerry Gooderson,. Marmeladov: Lauren Cornelius, Raskolnikov: Joseph Ayre, Fatboy: Ryan Whittle, Maitre d': Ryan Early. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

20 Jan: Classic Serial: Roderick Hudson, 1
By Henry James, adapted by Lavinia Murray in 2 55m episodes, from the novel (1975). Rowland Mallet becomes patron to a young sculptor and takes him to Rome to study. They don't get on as well as they both expected. Henry James: John Lynch, Roderick: Luke Newberry, Rowland: Derek Riddell, Christina: Emily Beecham, Mary: Caitlin Thorburn, Mrs. Hudson and Mme. Grandoni: Susan Twist, Cecilia: Kate Hudson, Mrs. Light: Lorelei King, Calaliere: Stephen Marzella. Producer: Pauline Harris.

21 Jan: 19 Weeks
By Emily Steel. The story of a woman whose life is in utter turmoil; she is pregnant but there is a suspicion that the child may have Down's Syndrome. Gradually the odds get shorter. Eva Myles as Emily, with: The Doctor:Vanessa Hehir, social worker: Mufrida Hayes, sonographer: Kali Hughes, Frank: Milo Robinson. Producer: Helen Perry. Eva Myles received the Audio Drama Award for Best Actress for her outstanding performance in this play.

22 Jan: County Lines
By Amelia Bullmore, rpt. from June last year. A young black woman sits opposite a middle-aged white woman on a train. Neither of them is what she seems. Joy: Brid Brennan, Umi: Tamara Lawrance, with Sean Murray as the steward, Ryan Early, Nahel Tzegai, Ryan Whittle and Lauren Cornelius. Producer: Mary Peate.

23 Jan: Spike and the Elfin Oak
By Ian Billings, rpt. First-class comic fantasy inspired by Spike Milligan's attempts to preserve the Elfin Oak in Kensington Gardens fifty years ago. Spike: David Threlfall, young Spike: Charlie Brand, Norma Farnes: Kerry Gooderson, Laura: Rosie Boore, Sile: Charlotte Emmett, Mother Superior: Georgie Glen, park keeper: Luke Bailey, Mrs. Grumples: Lauren Cornelius, Groodles: Ryan Early, Huckleberry: Clive Hayward, George: Neil McCaul, council boss: Philip Bretherton, vandal: Rupert Holliday Evans, man with dog: Ghazanfar Hyder. Producer: Gemma Jenkins. David Threlfall won the Best Actor in a Radio Drama award for his performance as Spike, and the play reached the finals (down to the last 3) for the Imison Award 2019.

24 Jan: The Thickness
By Daniel Lawrence Taylor, rpt. Described in RT as a satire about gender and power. Marcus is intelligent, cool, creative and spontaneous. His daughter is 14 years old and pregnant and his 17-year-old son is trying to get off with Marcus's girlfriend. Meanwhile his ex-partner refuses to talk to him. Marcus: Jason Barnett, Grace: Clare Perkins, Eli: McKell David (sp?), Nathan: Simon Mayo, Lyeasha: Keziah Joseph, Clifford: Alex Lanipekun, Andre: Percelle Ascott, Nadine: Yasmin Monet Prince. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

25 Jan: Hello Caller
By Jonathan Holloway. A good example of a play which works best on radio. Decommissioned telephone boxes reveal their secrets; a myriad of voices in trapped phone calls. Annette Badland, Luke MacGregor, Sean Murray, David Reakes and Alex Tregear supply the voices. Producer: Alison Crawford.

26 Jan: Saturday Play - The Bottle Factory Outing
By Beryl Bainbridge (novel), adapted by Abigail Youngman, recorded in front of an audience at the BBC Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House. The performance is by Diane Morgan and Maxine Peake. During the performance they break off and discuss their love of the book. Sue Johnston narrates, and Jonathan Keeble plays all of the male characters. Producer: Beth O'Dea. 45m.

27 Jan: Classic Serial: Roderick Hudson, 2
By Henry James, dram. Lavinia Murray. A number of relationships are tested... Henry James: John Lynch (narrator), Roderick: Luke Newberry, Rowland: Derek Riddell, Christina: Emily Beecham, Mary: Caitlin Thorburn, Mrs. Hudson and Mme. Grandoni: Susan Twist, Cecilia: Kate Hudson, Mrs. Light: Lorelei King, Calaliere: Stephen Marzella. Producer: Pauline Harris.

28 Jan: A Border Fantasy
By Hugh Costello; another play about Brexit. This one imagines what other possible Brexit outcomes might mean for Ireland. Tania is a business guru and boss of a global tech giant company who flies to the company's HQ in Dublin on the eve of Theresa May's crucial vote on Brexit. The under-achieving Fintan Cooke is delegated to show her the invisible border at the heart of the controversial 'backstop' issue. [Surely they should say wicket-keeper, not backstop - Ed]. Fintan: Colin Morgan, Sinead: Simone Kirby, Tania: Jeany Spark, Ross: Fergal McElherron, Douglas: Frank Laverty. Producer: Eoin O'Callaghan.

29 Jan: Chopsticks
By Jason Barker and Ellie Kendrick. Transgender play. Joanne and Pauline were teenage bridesmaids when they fell in love. Now it is 20 years later; Joanne has undergone trans-operative surgery to become a man, Joel; Pauline considered doing the same thing. One might think their reunion would be easy, considering their shared experiences, but as they say, it's complicated. The play takes a close look at gender identity. Joel: Jason Barker, Blaise: Tigger Blaize, Linda: Christine Cox. Producer: Charlotte Riches.

30 Jan: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 1
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. A Good Thing for a Good Reason. An unemployed ex-miner and a philosophy lecturer become unlikely friends in a small village by the river Wear. They become concerned with moral issues in the community. Joe, the miner: Alun Armstrong, Hermione, the philosopher: Deborah Findlay, Derek: Joe Caffrey, Gloria: Tracy Whitwell, Lucy: Lauren Kellegher, Barry: Jonathan Keeble. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; CB produced and Marilyn Imrie directed.

31 Jan: Pieces
By Sian Owen. A modern-day fairy tale. Ellie is suffering from a broken heart. Her sister, Jess, is the only one with a chance of putting the pieces back together. little Jessica: Eva-Marie Thomas, adult Jessica: Carys Eleri, little Ellie: Catrin Jordan, adult Ellie: Sara Gregory, Archie: Rhodri Meilir, Amy: Claire Cage. Producer: Gilly Adams.

1 Feb: Suspicious Minds
By Tom Fowler. A time-travelling fantasy, with the settings ranging from the Titanic to Ancient Rome. Mark is trying to repair a troubled relationship with his unfaithful partner so he books the trip of a lifetime involving visits to different periods of history, but without the ability to change known events. Will it work? Fran: Susannah Fielding, Mark: Tom Motherdale, Simon: Christopher Harper, Duchess: Lucy Doyle, Duke: Tony Turner, Ada: Carolyn Pickles, Greg: Ronny Jhutti. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

2 Feb: Saturday Play - By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept
By Elizabeth Smart. The writer's fictional account of her love affair with the poet George Barker, written as prose poetry and published in 1945. Adapted for radio by Honor Berwick from an unmade screenplay by Laura Lamson. Elizabeth: Nancy Carroll, George: Mark Bazeley, Jessica and Amy: Claudie Blakley, Russel Smart: Garrick Hagon, Louie Smart and Mrs.Erikson: Barbara Barnes, Russel Smart, Jr: Jamie Thomas King. Producer: Catherine Bailey, director: Tristram Powell. Indie (Catherine Bailey Productions).

3 Feb: Classic Serial: Mueller
By Jonathan Myerson. Robert Mueller is the attorney leading the investigation into the possible links between Donald Trump and Russia during the 2016 presidential election campaign. Jonathan Myerson has previously written plays about the Republicans and the Clintons. Hunter: Christy Meyer, Najib: Robert Gilbert, Saloman: Ako Mitchell, Felix Slater: Nathan Osgood, George: Pandora Colin, Stormy Daniels: Nancy Crane, Michael Cohen: Kerry Shale. Producer: Boz Temple Morris.

4 Feb: Tumanbay, 1
Series 3 of John Dryden's historical saga, co-written with Mike Walker, inspired by the Mamlukslave rulers of Egypt. The city is recovering from a brutal occupation of the city by the followers of Maya, with Manel now ruling. Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Alkin: Nathalie Armin, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Heaven: Olivia Popica, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Matilda: Humera Syed, Akiba: Akin Gazi, Selim: Farshid Rokey, Spider: Yusuf Hofri, Librarian: Antony Bunsee, Cafe owner: Muzz Khan, Deiner: Vivek Madan, swords trader: Nadir Khan. Producers: Emma Hearn, Nadir Khan and John Dryden. Director: JD.

5 Feb: Blind School
By Mandy Redvers-Rowe and Sarah McDonald-Hughes. Nina joins Charlesworthy School for the Blind. Despite help from her new friend Laura, Nina struggles. Cameo parts by former MP David Blunkett, broadcaster Peter White and journalist Lee Kumutat. Other roles played by staff and students from New College, Worcester. Nina: Ellie Wallwork, Laura: Robin Kinnersley, Ms. Monroe: Gillian Dean, Nina's mum: Ellie Darvill, Ruby: Carys White, Milly: Amber Rogers, Jazz: Sarah McDonald-Hughes, Librarian: Mandy Redvers-Rowe, teacher: David Blunkett, rail announcers: Peter White and Lee Kumutat. Producer: Sharon Sephton.

6 Feb: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 2
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. Joe and Hermione continue to tackle moral issues in the community. This week - should a jobless teenage girl be able to sell her body for sex, and should the truth always be told, regardless of the consequences? Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Vera: Jackie Lye, Kerry: Laura Elphinstone, Gaz: Chris Grahamson, Rollo Ironside: John Rowe. Producer: Catherine Bailey (Indie), Director: Marilyn Imrie.

7 Feb: Boy Fly
By Daniel Lawrence Taylor. Comedy. At a Peckham coffee shop, a street artist, Sommore, is painting a community art work on the wall. But she has moved out of Peckham to a more upper-class area. Sommore: Nadine Marshall, Michael: Michael Ajao, Ashley: Don Gilet, Tom: Christopher Harper, Luke: Ronny Jhutti, Mrs. Thomas: Clare Corbett, Pearl: Carolyn Pickles. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

8 Feb: Control
By Adrian Penketh, rpt. A play about dramatic events in the world of air traffic control. Rob: Robert Emms, Megan: Michelle Terry, with Priyanga Burford, John Bowler, John Dougall, Karen Bartke, Gavi Singh Chera, Nick Murchie, Luke MacGregor. Producer: Emma Harding.

9 Feb: Saturday Play - Pandora's Box
By Katie Hims. The drama goes in search of Wedekind's 'Lulu' - older readers may remember the famous radio production by Martin Esslin in 1975. Lulu is every man's erotic fantasy, and therefore, worst nightmare as well. Wedekind and Lulu: Kate O'Flynn, Justin/Aiwa: Joseph Ayre, Simone/Geschwitz: Ayesha Antoine, Kerry: Kerry Gooderson, Dr. Schoen: Tony Turner, Schigolch: Michael Bertenshaw, Piani: Ronny Jhutti, the kind-faced man: Christopher Harper, Rodrigo: Don Gilet, Dr. van Zarnikov: Sam Dale, Charlotte: Franchi Webb. Producer: Toby Swift.

10 Feb: Classic Serial: The Door in the Pillow
By F.C.Boyce; a play about dementia. He weaves its impact into a ghost story. Annie's fractured sense of the world is held together by stories. Her daughter Terri starts to wonder where the tales are coming from. Annie: Anne Mitchell, Terri: Samantha Spiro, Bernie: Carolyn Pickles,Eric: Tony Turner, Father Burns: Don Gilet, soldier: Chris Harper, children: Grace Doherty, Eviee Lavery,and other roles performed by Saffron Coomber, Jeanette Percival and Alexandra Constantinidi. Producer-Director: Allegra McIlroy.

11 Feb: Tumanbay, 2
Episode 2 of 8. By Mike Walker, which was co-created with John Dryden. The city prepares for a royal wedding, and a prominent palace official returns. Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Grand Master Amalric: Anton Lesser, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Alkin: Nathalie Armin, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Heaven: Olivia Popica, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Matilda: Humera Syed, Akiba: Akin Gazi, Selim: Farshid Rokey, Spider: Yusuf Hofri, prisoner: Nadir Khan, Martha: Marlene Madenge, slave captain: George Georgiou, the Hafiz: Antony Bunsee, Courtier: Vivek Madan. Producers: Emma Hearn, Nadir Khan and John Dryden. Director: JD.

12 Feb: Northern Lights
By Paul Fraser. Set in a caravan park in Northern England; the story revolves around a handyman named Tom. Tom: Michael Socha, Abby: Rachel Deering, with Mark Addy, Susan Brown, Gordon Kennedy, Sam Rix, Glennn Hirst, Kirsty Oswald. Producer: Gemma McMullen.

13 Feb: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 1
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. Episode title: Filial duties and special goods. An unemployed ex-miner and a college lecturer try to sort out moral dilemnas. Joe's elderly ailing mother wants to die, and asks her son for help. Rpt. from Feb 2016. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, George: Geoffrey Palmer, Bella: Anne Reid, Dr. Dainty: Jonathan Keeble, Mrs. Cornish: Tracy Gillman. Producer: Catherine Bailey; indie- Catherine Bailey Productions, director: Marilyn Imrie.

14 Feb: The Love Test
By Brian Coyle. Valentine's Day comedy about meeting the perfect partner. Kate, a journalist, is writing an article about a pshchological test capable of saying when you've met the perfect partner. She tries it herself. Kate: Kate O'Flynn, Sam: Carl Prekopp, Mark: Stephen Hogan, Sarah: Deborah Findlay, Gerri: Samara MacLaren. Producer: Bruce Young.

15 Feb: Martians
By Lucy Caldwell. A young midwife prepares to begin life on another planet. She is one of the very few chosen to go to Mars. Laura: Tia Bannon, Michael: Toheeb Jimoh, Margo: Angel Coulby, Lorraine: Michelle Greenidge, Eoin: Lloyd Hutchinson, Joan: Joy Richardson, with Tallulah Bond, Ronny Jhutti and Beth Goddard supplying the other voices. Producer: Celia de Wolff.

16 Feb: Saturday Play: China Towns,1
New series of 11 episodes. A reinterpretation of the "Five Town" novels by Arnold Bennett, set in the Stafforshire Potteries, dram. Shaun McKenna and Lin Coghlan. It is the middle of the Industrial Revolution. Edwin Clayhanger leaves school with dreams of becoming a painter, but his father refuses to tolerate such an idea. Ephraim: Neil Dudgeon, Darius: Tim McInnerney, Edwin: Cameron Percival, Auntie Hamps: Carolyn Pickles, Big James: Ian Conningham, Constance: Bryony Hannah, Sophia: Alexandra Constantinidi, Mrs. Baines: Clare Corbett, Mr. Povey: Lewis Bray, with Michael Bertenshaw, Tony Turner, Christopher Harper, Don Gilet, Saffron Coomber, Jeanette Percival and Evie Killip. Producers: Marion Nancarrow and Gemma Jenkins. Director: MN.

17 Feb: Classic Serial slot: China Towns, 2
More from the inhabitants of Bursley and the Five Towns (of Stoke-on-Trent) between 1865 and 1903. Continues next Saturday. Production details- as yesterday, with Marion Nancarrow as producer and director.

18 Feb: Tumanbay, 3
By Mike Walker. The Blind Man. The priest warriors offer protection, but it will cost... Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Grand Master Amalric: Anton Lesser, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Alkin: Nathalie Armin, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Heaven: Olivia Popica, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Matilla: Humera Syed, Akiba: Akin Gazi, Selim: Farshid Rokey, Heaven: Olivia Popica, Courtier: Nadir Khan, Martha: Marlene Madenge, slave captain: George Georgiou, Balarac sergeant: Alexander Arnold, Merick: Carl Prekopp, prostitute: Marlene Madenge, Barli: Vivek Madan, Courtier: Vivek Madan. Producers: Emma Hearn, Nadir Khan and John Dryden. Director: JD. Indie - Goldhawk.

19 Feb: Daphne and Apollo
By Joey Christie, told as a fictional documentary. Actors are interviewed in character and respond with semi-improvised performances. Daphne falls in love and in six months loses everything. Then she tries to fight for justice.Will the others listen? Daphne: Hannah Boyde, Annie: Hannah Ringham, Joe: Philip Jackson, Laura: Grainne Byre, Gavin: Adam Deacon. Producer: James Robinson, director: Rebecca Lloyd-Evans.

20 Feb: The Ferryhill Philosophers
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. from 2016. Another moral dilemma. Joe and Herminione see the wife of Joe's friend with another man. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Polly: Gina McKee, Andy: Christopher Connel, Sadie: Jackie Lye. Producer: Catherine Bailey [CB Productions], director: Marilyn Imrie.

21 Feb: A World Elsewhere: The Return
By Clara Glynn, about a radicalised teenager who travelled to Syria. Now she has returned and has been arrested at Glasgow Airport. A very topical drama, bearing in mind the dangers such individuals may pose to the UK authorities. The military have made their views on this clear. Rida: Shabana Bakhsh, Samera: Nalini Chetty, Amir: Susheel Kumar, Tariq: Atta Yaqub, with Emma Hartley-Miller and Paul Kozinski. Producer: David Ian Neville.

22 Feb: Sick
By Annalise D'Innella. A play about extreme morning sickness in pregnancy. Kate: Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Dr. Manning and the Smart Phone: Teresa Gallagher, Naomi: Cariad Lloyd, Dan and Nurse Craig: Alex Lowe, Evelyn: Alison Steadman, John: Sean Baker, Young Kate: Kathleen Keaney, Young Naomi: Lola Page, Sophie: Xu. Producer: Karen Rose. Indie (Sweet Talk).

23 Feb: Saturday Play - China Towns, 3
Reinterpretation of Arnold Bennett, dram. Shaum McKenna and Lin Coghlan. Ephraim plots to get rid of unwanted elements from the Five Towns, and Sophia isn't as happy as she thought she'd be on escaping from her home town. Ephraim Tellwright: Neil Dudgeon, Darius Clayhanger: Tim McInnerney, Edwin: Cameron Percival, Sophia: Alexandra Constantinidi, Gerald Scales: Chris Harper, Chirac: Charlie Anson, Janet: Saffron Coomber, Mme. Foucault: Caroline Loncq, Hilda Lessways: Lucy Doyle, Sarah Gailey: Clare Corbett, George Cannon: Gunnar Cauthary, Dayton: Don Gilet, Big James: Ian Conningham, Florrie: Helen Monks, Cassie: Jeanette Percival, Mr. Orgreave: Tony Turner, Charlie Orgreave: Joseph Ayre, Elliott: Paul Bown, Shushions: Michael Bertenshaw, David: Tony Turner. Producers: Gemma Jenkins and Marion Nancarrow; director: MN.

24 Feb: Classic Serial slot - China Towns, 4
Sophia is stranded in Paris. Hilda Lessways, meanwhile, is causing trouble back home. Cast and production - see yesterday.

25 Feb: Tumanbay, 4
By Mike Walker and John Dryden. Cadali begins a plot to take over the empire. Frog stows away on the Balarac's ships on a mission to kill Grand Master Amalric. He believes the Grand Master is destined to harm the girl he loves. Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Grand Master Amalric: Anton Lesser, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Alkin: Nathalie Armin, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Heaven: Olivia Popica, Frog: Finn Elliott, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Akiba: Akin Gazi, Balarac captain: Antony Bunsee, Balarac sergeant: Alexander Arnold, Madam: Annabelle Dowler, Courtier: Nadir Khan, Guard: Vivek Madan, prophet woman: Doyla Gavanski. Producers: JD, Emma Hearn and Nadir Khan. Director: JD. Goldhawk, Indie.

26 Feb: Debbie Purdy
Medical play by Joy Williamson, dramatised from Debbie's book about her struggle with MS. Debbie Purdy was a journalist whose diagnosis of MS led her to a legal challenge in the House of Lords regarding her husband's rights should he assist in her death. Debbie: Christine Bottomley, Omar Puente: Stefan Adegbola, Saimo Chahal: Saffron Coomber, Belinda: Lucy Doyle, Keir Starmer: Don Gilet, helpline lady: Carolyn Pickles, Neurologist: Tony Turner. Producer: Jonquuil Panting.

27 Feb: The Ferryhill Philosophers
By Michael Chaplin. The mother of a boy on a life-support machine asks for Joe's help with a difficult decision. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Isabel: Gina McKee, Gordon: Deka Walmesley. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; producer CB, director: Marilyn Imrie.

28 Feb: The Third Consecutive Event in Talbot Leigh
By Peter Strickland. Jen and Tim have booked a short break at a hi-tech luxury home equipped with a voice-operated smart speaker system. As exhausted new parents, they are looking forward to a rest, but the weekend doesn't go to plan. Jen: Maimie McCoy, Tim: Paul Ready, Jo: Stephanie Racine, Rod: Leo Bill, Brian: Carl Prekopp, Mark: Jon Millington. Producer: Peter Strivkland.

1 Mar: The Old Man In The Moon.
By Leila Soyah. A British-Iranian academic goes to Iran, recalling memories of the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Darius: Paul Chahidi, Majid: Bamshad Abedi-Amin, Sara: Betsabeh Emran, Omid and Morteza: Sharif Dorani, young Darius: Gabriel Ramiah, young Majid: Zac Dowlatshahi, young Omid: Jason Nicolaou. Producer: Boz Temple-Morris.

2 Mar: Saturday Play slot - China Towns, 5
By Arnold Bennett, adap. by Shaun McKenna and Lin Coghlan. 11-hour marathon. Tellwright and Hilda Lessways take centre stage. Ephraim Tellwright: Neil Dudgeon, Darius Clayhanger: Tim McInnerney, Edwin: Cameron Percival, Sophia: Alexandra Constantinidi, Chirac: Charlie Anson, Janet: Saffron Coomber, Mme. Foucault: Caroline Loncq, Hilda Lessways: Lucy Doyle, Sarah Gailey: Clare Corbett, George Cannon: Gunnar Cauthary, Ingpen: Don Gilet, Big James: Ian Conningham, Florrie: Helen Monks, Cassie: Jeanette Percival, Mr. Orgreave: Tony Turner, Charlie Orgreave: Joseph Ayre, Elliott: Paul Bown, Ruth Tellwright: Rebekah Staton, Titus Price: Michael Bertenshaw, Mr. Boutwood and Dr. Heve: Tony Turner, with Sam Dale and Chris Harper.. Producers: Gemma Jenkins and Marion Nancarrow; director: MN.

3 Mar: Classic Serial slot: China Towns, 6.
Industrial action at Bursley, and Edwin tells Hilda he loves her, but true love never runs smooth. Cast and production - as yesterday.

4 Mar: Tumanbay, 5
Episode 5 of 8. By Mike Walker and John Dryden. General Qulan travels to the provinces in the hope of raising an army to defend Tumanbay. He meets Fatima, a provincial governor's wife. Fatima: Tara Fitzgerald, Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Grand Master Amalric: Anton Lesser, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Alkin: Nathalie Armin, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Heaven: Popica, the General: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Akiba: Akin Gazi, Balarac Sergeant: Alexander Arnold. Producers: JD, Emma Hearn and Nadir Khan. Director: JD. Goldhawk, Indie.

5 Mar: Bathwater
By Vicky Foster. Vicky is a poet; the drama is about her experiences involving violence in family life. With Vicky Foster and Finlay McGuigan. Producer: Susan Roberts.

6 Mar: The Ferryhill Philosophers
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. 2/2 Political Obligations and the Occasional Toke. Joe has to uncover his neighbours' illicit activities and confront old betrayals from the 1984 miners' stike. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Brian: Christopher Connel, Lucy: Lauren Kellegher, with Dean Logan and Dean Bone. Producer Catherine Bailey, dir. Marilyn Imrie. CB Productions (Indie).

7 Mar: First Do No Harm - Elaine
By Al Smith. Drama about the NHS. I think fictional but the RT doesn't make it entirely clear whether this is a drama-documentary. Elaine Newton's husband died whilst under NHS supervision, but attempting to find exactly what led to the tragedy is like stirring a hornet's nest. Elaine: Rosie Cavaliero, Greg: Michael Bertenshaw, Rhys: Joel McCormack, Caz: Jade Croot, Niall: Joseph Ayre, Joy: Kelly Williams, Maggie: Clare Corbett, DJ: Don Gilet, Lenny: Sam Dale, Keith: Christopher Harper, Jane: Sarah Ovens, Dave: Ronny Jhutti, Martha: Franchi Webb. Producers: Jessica Dromgoole and Sally Avens. Director: JG.

8 Mar: First Do No Harm - Rhys
By Al Smith. Second medical drama about those challenging the workings of the NHS. [Unfortunately RT's writeup is identical to that of 7 Mar]. Rhys is a doctor who tries to help Elaine. Cast - as yesterday, plus Annabel Facer and Sharita Oomeer.

9 Mar: Saturday PLay slot - China Towns, 7
Arnold Bennett, dram. Shaun McKenna and Lin Coghlan. Darius Clayhanger faces a day of reckoning, and love thrives during the Paris Siege. Ephraim Tellwright: Neil Dudgeon, Darius Clayhanger: Tim McInnerney, Edwin: Cameron Percival, Auntie Hamps: Carolyn Pickles, Sophia: Alexandra Constantinidi, Chirac: Charlie Anson, Janet: Saffron Coomber, Agnes: Amy-Jayne Leigh, Mme. Foucault: Caroline Loncq, Hilda Lessways: Lucy Doyle, Sarah Gailey: Clare Corbett, George Cannon: Gunnar Cauthary, Ingpen: Don Gilet, Big James: Ian Conningham, Florrie: Helen Monks, Cassie: Jeanette Percival, Mr. Orgreave: Tony Turner, Charlie Orgreave: Joseph Ayre, Elliott: Paul Bown, Ruth Tellwright: Rebekah Staton, Titus Price: Michael Bertenshaw, Dr. Heve: Tony Turner, with Chris Harper. Producers: Gemma Jenkins and Marion Nancarrow; director: MN.

10 Mar: Classic Serial slot: China Towns, 8
Anna Tellwright, daughter of the most feared man in the Five Towns, receives life-changing news on her 21st birthday. Cast and production team - see yesterday's entry.

11 Mar: Tumanbay, 6
Fatima, by Mike Walker; series co-created by Mike Walker and John Dryden. The return of the General with an army from the rpovinces gives a hope of stabiliity to the city recovering from a recent coup. But with it has come Herod's ambitious mother Fatima. Fatima: Tara Fitzgerald, Gregor: Rufus Wright, Manel: Aiysha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Grand Master Amalric: Anton Lesser, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Herod: Amir El-Masry, Selim: Farshid Rokey, Heaven: Olivia Poopica, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Matilla: Humera Syed, Nurse: Annabelle Dowler, Sisco: Raad Rawi, Undertakers: Vivek Madan and Nadir Khan, Cafe owner: Muzz Khan, Cafe boy: Yusuf Hofri. Producers: JD, Emma Hearn and Nadir Khan. Director: JD. Goldhawk, Indie.

12 Mar: Seven Five Zero Zero
By Adrian Penketh. A desperate pilot hijacks his own plane. Set in and around an airport. Steve: Don Gilet, Neil and Tanner: Shaun Mason, Megan: Katherine Press, Chris: Christopher Harper, Tim: Ronny Jhutti, Giles: Tony Turner, GG: Chetna Pandya, Prime Minister: Susan Jameson, Helen: Sarah Owens. Producer: Emma Harding.

13 Mar: The Ferryhill Philosophers
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. Thought Experiments and a Little Scrap of a Thing. Lucy, Joe's daughter, is pregnant and about to go to university. Everyone else seems to have an opinion, but Hermione, unusually, is remaining silent. Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Joe: Alun Armstrong, Lucy, Joe's daughter: Lauren Kellegher, Peter Smith: Dean Bone, Gloria: Phillippa Wilson, Gillian Smith: Tracy Gillman. Producer Catherine Bailey, dir. Marilyn Imrie. Catherine Bailey Productions (Indie).

14 Mar: An Angel in Miami
By Sebastian Backiewicz, recorded on location in Miami. Amir is a well-off businessman with a beautiful business partner and enjoys VIP club privileges. But when his celebrity guest fails to show up, he's in a bit of a hole. A distinguished guest unexpectedly offers his assistance. Angel: Joseph Marcell, Amir: Abraham Popoola, Mila: Samantha Dakin, Toshi: Akie Kotabe. Producer: Joby Waldman.

15 Mar: Five Rachels
By Katie Hims. A play about the nature of memory. Rachel seems to have discovered memories she didn't used to have. She thinks the memories are from her past, but the doctor doesn't agree. She tries to work out what is happening to her. Rachel Ridley: Rachel Davies, Rachel2: Kika Markham, Dr. Jones: Michael Bertenshaw, girl in the newsagent's: Sarah Ovens, library customer: Christopher Harper. Producer: Allegra McIlroy.

16 Mar: Saturday Play slot - China Towns, 9
Adapted by Sean McKenna and Lin Coughlan. Ephraim's single-minded pursuit of business affects those who get in his way. Ephraim: Neil Dudgeon, Anna Tellwright, his wife: Kate O'Flynn, Henry Mynors: Joseph Kloska, Beatrice Sutton: Isabella Inchbald, Agnes: Amy-Jayne Leigh, Edwin: Cameron Percival, Hilda Lessways: Lucy Doyle, George: Oliver Zetterstrom, Aunty Hamps: Carolyn Pickles, Dr. Heve: Tony Turner, Rev. Banks: Michael Bertenshaw, bank teller: Sam Dale. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

17 Mar: Classic Serial slot: China Towns, 10
Hilda is bored with being a councillors wife. She decides to take action. Cast, etc: as yesterday

18 Mar: Tumanbay, 7
By Mike Walker and John Dryden. Tumanbay is recovering from the ill-fated coup by Cadali. He tries to escape across the desert with his son Selim, who has murdered Herod. Tara Fitzgerald, Rufus Wright, Aiyesha Hart, Matthew Marsh, Anton Lesser, Peter Polycarpou, Amir El-Masry, Farshid Rokey, Olivia Popica, Christopher Fulford, Finn Elliot, Humera Syed, Raad Rawi, Annabelle Dowler, Vivek Madan and Nadir Khan. Producers: JD, Emma Hearn and Nadir Khan. Director: JD. Goldhawk, Indie.

19 Mar: The Wells Way
By Martyn Wade. Authors Herbert Wells (H.G.) and George Gissing are at a crisis point in their lives. Each would like to be more like the other. Wells is tired of space and time travel and Gissing has no money. They meet up. Herbert Wells: Julian Rhind-Tutt, George Gissing: Joseph Millson, Jane Wells: Jade Matthew, Gabrielle Fleury: Louiza Patikas. Producer: Tracey Neale. Rpt.

20 Mar: The Ferryhill Philosophers
By Michael Chaplin, rpt. Minority Rights and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Joe's friend Jemal fights to stay in Ferryhill after his family's secret is revealed. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Jemal: Danny Sapani, Jimmy Kelly: Christopher Connel, Gloria: Phillipa Wilson, Sesuna and Salma: Gbemisolam Ikumelo. Producer: Catherine Bailey; director: Marilyn Imrie. Indie; CB Productions.

21 Mar: Give Dotty a Chance
By Martin Hesford, rpt. A light-hearted look at the life of the singer Dorothy Squires. Her dates are 1915-98; she was Welsh, she married Roger Moore, and was well-known in Hollywood. Her career faded but there was a revival in the 60s and another one much later on. She was a colourful personality; her Wikipedia page is well worth a look. Dorothy Squires: Ruth Madoc, Alan: Arthur Bostrom, Warren: Graeme Hawley, Margaret: Sue Jenkins, radio interviewer: Leah Marks, other parts: Jake Norton. Producer: Gary Brown.

22 Mar: Our Liam of Lourdes
By Alex Oates. Liam is atheistic and gay. What interest can the waters of Lourdes have for him? Liam: Joseph Ayre, Toby: Paul Ready, Noah: Ross K Foad, Maureen: Susan Jameson, Dan: Christopher Harper, Redcap: Franchi Webb, Waiter: Pierre Elliott, Worker: Sarah Ovens. Producers: Jessica Dromgoole and Sally Avens; dir: JD.

23 Mar: Saturday Play slot - China Towns, 11 (final)
Conclusion of this 11-episode epic. It is 1903 and change is coming to the area. Ephraim: Neil Dudgeon, Anna Tellwright, his wife: Kate O'Flynn, Henry Mynors: Joseph Kloska, Constance: Emma Cunliffe, Edwin: Nick Underwood, Mr. Boldero: Tony Turner, Dr. Stirling: Sam Dale. Grace: Kate Donnachie, waiter: Lewis Bray, clerk: Joseph Ayre. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

24 Mar: Classic Serial slot - Memento Mori
By Muriel Spark, ad. Robin Brooks in a single episode, from the novel. Rpt. from Jan 2018. Strange play about a group of elderly people targeted by a troublesome person on the telephone. A detective investigates, and everyone becomes a suspect. Dame Lettie Colston: Patricia Hodge, Geoffrey Colston: Jim Norton, Charmian Colston: Colette O'Neill, Mabel pettigrew: Monica Dolan, Alec Warner: William Gaminara, with Keth Weare, Ellie Darvill, Neil McCaul, Isabella Inchbald and Georgie Glen. Producer: Gaynor MacFarlane.

25 Mar: Tumanbay, 8
Final episode; title: The Coming. Historical saga; this episode by Mac Rogers, according to RT. Matilla returns with Frog to her family home to try to rescue her brother. Fatima: Tara Fitzgerald, Gregor: Rufus Wright, Alamric: Anton Lesser, Manel: Aiyesha Hart, Cadali: Matthew Marsh, Bavand: Peter Polycarpou, Heaven: Olivia Popica, General Qulan: Christopher Fulford, Frog: Finn Elliot, Matilla: Humera Syed, Alkin: Nathalie Armin. Producers: JD, Emma Hearn and Nadir Khan. Director: JD. Goldhawk, Indie.

26 Mar: The Cairn
By Donna Franceschild. Set on the Kintyre peninsula. Two sisters are reunited when their ailing father approaches his death. They decide to construct a cairn for him, to the annoyance of the local Forestry Commission. Agim: Nebil Basani, Eilidh: Fiona MacNeil, Arlene: Olivia Morgan, Isla: Rosie Smith, Wilma: Gerda Stevenson, Alex: Paul Young. Producer: Kirsty Williams.

27 Mar: The Listening Room
By National Prison Radio. (note that NPR reached the final of the Imison Award for one of its dramas this year)... The true stories of five people whose lives have been affected drastically by being perpetrators or victims of violent crimes. The production was broadcast into the cells of 80,000 prisoners across England and Wales vis NPR. Ray: Mark Knightley, Vi: Cathy Tyson, Jacob: Ryan Gerald, Khamran: Neran Persaud, Tim: Leo Wan. Producers: Andrew Wilkie ans Mel Harris.

28 Mar: News From Nowhere
By Sarah Woods; an adaptation of a work by William Morris; rpt. from 2016. The story was first published in 1890. Will wakes up and finds he has travelled a century into the future; a world where poverty no longer exists and work is a pleasure. Woven into the tale is a romance. Will: Ron Cook, Ellen: Catrin Stewart, with Keiron Self, Claire Cage, Richard Nichols, Roger Evans, Kristy Phillips and Crystal Yu. Producer: Polly Thomas.

29 Mar: Pandora
By Caroline Horton, rpt. Drama about a man trying to understand why his girlfriend attempted to commit suicide, whilst she takes temporary refuge in drink with her best friend. Pandora: Caroline Horton, Tom: Martin Bonger, Bert: Troels Hagen Findsen. Producer: James Robinson. BBC Wales.

30 Mar: Saturday Play slot - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,1
By Tom Stoppard. Part 1 of 2. A new production. R and G are two minor characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet who are condemned to an existence in the wings, with no control over their destinies. Rosencrantz: Mathew Baynton, Guildenstern: Andrew Buchan, the Player: Toby Jones, Tragedian: Sam Dale, Alfred: Ronny Jhutti, Ophelia: Sarah Ovens, Polonius: Michael Bertenshaw, Hamlet: Parth Thakerar, Claudius: Don Gilet, Gertrude: Clare Corbett. Producer: Emma Harding.

31 Mar: Classic Serial slot - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,2
Conclusion. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern puzzle over the roles they are meant to play.

1 Apr: The Ferryhill Philosophers, new series, 1
By Michael Chaplin. Another five episodes of this excellent series. Joe is an ex-miner; Hermione is a University philosopher. The pair confront some hard times and a hard decision as Hermione's father begins to lose his grip on reality. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Gillian Smith: Tracy Gillman, Rachel: Geoffrey Palmer (sic - that's what it says in RT: GP playing Rachel), Archie: David Holt. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; CB produced and Marilyn Imrie directed.

2 Apr: The Interrogation,1
Repeat from almost exactly two years ago: three crime dramas by Roy Williams. 1: Beverley. Max Matthews and Sean Armitage interrogate a woman who has reported her father as missing. Max:Kenneth Cranham, Sean: Alex Lanipekan, Beverley: Adjoa Andoh. Producer: Mary Peate.

3 Apr: The Interrogation, 2
By Roy Williams, rpt. Episode title: Micky. A youth with a track record of objectionable behaviour comes to report cruelty to his dog. DCI Max Matthews: Kenneth Cranham, DS Sean Armitage: Alex Lanipekun, Micky: Danny Webb, Marcel: Jason Maza. Producer: Mary Peate.

4 Apr: The Interrogation, 3
By Roy Williams, rpt. Episode title: Neil. A person comes to make a victim statement. DCI Max Matthews: Kenneth Cranham, DS Sean Armitage: Alex Lanipekun, Neil: Joseph Millson, Sally: Catriona MacFarlane, Sarge: Karen Bartke, football fans: Nicholas Murchie and Finlay Robertson. Producer: Mary Peate.

5 Apr: Baller
By Nathaniel Price, rpt. Meshach, a promising young footballer, wants to play professionally. Then it happens. It's not quite like he thought it would be. The footballer: Jolvan Wade, Cyril: Cornell S John, Aaron: Sope Dirisu, with Leonie Elliott, John Dougall, Sam Rix, Nicole Abraham and Nicholas Murchie. Producer: Sally Avens. (not 'Evans', as in RT, for both the original Mar 2017 broadcast and today's repeat. It was correct on the BBC website).

6 Apr: Saturday Play: Ferguson
By Bonnie Greer. Psychological drama inspired by Strindberg's "The Father"; rpt. from 2016. Black rights and police shootings. Hugh Quarshie, Clare Perkins, Tamara Lawrence, Eric Kofi Abrefa, Nabil Elouahabi, Cecilia Noble, Jason Barnett. Producer: Emma Harding. 55m.

7 Apr: Classic Serial slot: Shafted!
By John Godber. One-off comedy drama, starring a bad-tempered former miner and his wife, whom we follow in the 30 years after Scargill's miners' strike of 1984-5. Harry: John Godber, Dot: Jane Godber, Producer: Toby Swift. 60m.

8 Apr: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 2
By Michael Chaplin; new series. More moral dilemmas examined by an ex-miner and a philosophy lecturer. A man burdened with terrible guilt returns to Ferryhill to find forgiveness for his part in the death of a child. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Mark Comforth: John Bowler, Barry Hardwick: Trevor Fox, Kathy/Kylie: Jackie Lye, bus driver: Dean Logan, barmaid: Tracy Gillman. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; producer CB, director Marilyn Imrie. [This series is excellent and very thought-proking - Ed.]

9 Apr: Lights, Camera, Kidnap!, 1
Fascinating drama by Lucy Catherine, rpt. In 1978 a South Korean movie star and her ex-husband were kidnapped by Kim Jong-Il; a story stranger than fiction. The purpose was for them to revive the North Korean film industry. The play is based on true events and is in two episodes. Continued on 26 Sep. Choi Eun-hee: Liz Sutherland; Shin Sang-Ok: Paul Courtney, Kim Jong-Il: Leo Wan, with Sarah Lam, Wendy Kweh, Sam James, Isabella Inchbald, Charlie Clements, Gary Duncan, David Reakes, Adam Fitzgerald, Abbie Andrews, Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong, David Yip and Ellie Darvill. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

10 Apr: Lights, Camera, Kidnap!, 2
By Lucy Catherine, rpt. Conclusion of yesterday's drama.

11 Apr: Your Perfect Summer, On Sale Here
By Ed Harris. A romance which speculates about what might happen if virtual-reality games could ever deliver real love. A person plays a game which simulates a first love affair. Rpt. from 2016. Ben Tavassoli, Claudie Blakley, Oliver Chris, Scarlett Brookes, Adie Allen, Nicola Ferguson, Nick Underwood. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

12 Apr: Read the Room
By Viv Groskop. Sally seems to have obtained a key role in an important movie trilogy. The producer insists on meeting her in his hotel before confirming the deal. This does not go smoothly. Sally Hall: Melody Grove, Richard Donovan: Tim McInnerny, Kate: Dona Croll, Jack: Owen Findlay, Anna Kane: Rebecca Saire, Maddie: Katy Ellis. Producer: Eoin O'Callaghan.

13 Apr: Saturday Play - Luke, Acts, 1
By M.S.Roberts. A dramatization of Luke's Gospel and Acts, based on the King James Bible. Luke has come to Rome with Paul to support him in his forthcoming trial, writing down as accurate an account as he can of the events leading from the birth of Jesus. Continued 14 Apr. Luke: David Schofield, Theophila: Verity Henry, Jesus: David Seddon, Peter: Shaun Mason, Miriam and mourning mother: Angela Lonsdale, Paul: Jason Done, Ananias: Hamish Rush, Chief Priest: Jonathan Keeble, Prodigal Son: Ashlet Margolis, nephew: Stephen Hoyle. Producer: Sue Roberts; director: Sharon Sephton.

14 Apr: Classic Serial slot - Luke, Acts, 2
By M.S.Roberts, continued. A dramatization of Luke's Gospel and Acts, based on the King James Bible. Conclusion.

15 Apr: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 3
The toddler in the Pond and a bottle of pop. By Michael Chaplin. There is evidence of real poverty close to home. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Louise: Laura Elphinstone, Rob: Dean Bone, Bayissa: Okorie Chukwu, PC Chase: Tracy Gillman. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; producer CB, director Marilyn Imrie.

16 Apr: Longline
By Henry Darke. Set on a deep-sea trawler off Southy America. A young man is on his first posting as an on-board observer. Jay: Matthew Aubrey, Kim-Long: Chike Chan, Kate: Sarah Ovens, Esther: Franchi Webb, Carlitos: Joseph Balderrama, Juan and the radio operator: Simon Scardifield, Dad: Kenny Nlyth, Lecturer: Michael Bertenshaw, Sisco and Lazrus: Richie Campbell. Producer: Gemma Jenkins.

17 Apr: Death at the Airport - The Plot Against King Jong-nam
More from North Korea. By Nick Perry, rpt: A docudrama looking at the power struggle between the leader of North Korea, the dictator Kim Jong-un, and his half-brother Kim Jong-nam. Jong-nam: Daniel York, Ko Young-hui: Liz Sutherland, Jong-un: Chris Lew Kum Hoi, Jong-chul: Paul Chan, Uncle Jang: Neil McCaul, Song Hye-rang: Isabella Inchbald, Soo-nae: Abbie Andrews, journalist: Adam Fitzgerald, Sushi chef: Clive Hayward, Prosecutor: Philip Bretherton, passport official: Tayla Kovacevic-Ebong, narrator: Paul French. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

18 Apr: Tightrope
By Colin Bytheway, rpt. A play about Charles Blondin, the tightrope walker. He walked over Niagara Falls on a high-wire barefoot, on stilts, and with a man on his back. At the end of his life he searched for a person who could copy his tightrope walks and eventually found a young man who might do it. The play is based on true events. Charles Blondin: Philip Jackson, Vida: Charlie Brooks, Katherine: Paula Lane, Harry: Carl Prekopp, Billy Stoker: Jed O'Hagan, Dorcas: Caroline Gruber, Minnie: Jane Whittenshaw. Producer: Celia de Wolff. Indie (Pier Productions).

19 Apr: First World Problems, 1 - Making Other Plans
New series, rpt: By Martin Jameson. As the UK heads for civil war, David and Ruth Fletcher are minding their own business and concentrating on family matters, but as their daughter's wedding approaches, organizing it becomes almost impossible. Large cast of 22 actors for the week: Jeremy Swift, Maureen Beattie, Elizabeth Counsell, Sam Barnard, Elinor Coleman, Lauren Cornelius, Ryan Whittle, John Lightbody, Paul Cunningham, Ryan Early, Emma Handy, Kerry Gooderson, Sean Murray, Joseph Ayre, Stephen Hogan, Kai Owen, Cara Chase, Ifan Meredith, Lisa Palfrey, Gruffudd Glyn, Antonio Aakeel and Vineeta Rishi. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

20 Apr: Saturday Play - Death of a Cosmonaut
By James Fritz, 45m. A monolgue which imagines the final moments of Russian cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov, who has to come to terms with the prospect of the mission ending in his death. Rpt. from April 2007. Julian Rhind-Tutt; produced by Rebecca Ripley.

21 Apr: Classic Serial - Vive la Republique
One- off drama by Mike Walker, rpt. Based on facts around the May Uprising in 1968. Charles de Gaulle, the French president, fled from the Elysee Palace and disappeared for 6 hours during the Uprising, expecting armed attack and the fall of the government. He left Prime Minister Georges Pompidou in control. De Gaulle: Ronald Pickup, Yvonne de Gaulle: Barbara Flynn, Pompidou: Philip Jackson, Joxe and Massu: Nicholas Boulton, Daniel Cohn-Bendit: Rory Fleck Byrne, Michel: Steven Hartley, Fouchet and De Boissieu: Daniel Weyman. Producer: David Morley.

22 Apr: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 4
Episode title: Google Grief and All the Gold of Darius. Hermione and Joe confront their friendship and what it means to them. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, Peter: Dean Bone, Gloria: Tracy Whitwell, Lucy: Lauren Kellegher. Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; producer CB, director Marilyn Imrie.

23 Apr: The Progress of the Soul of Lizzie Calvin
By John Donne; this is Michael Symmons Roberts' contemporary version of the poem 'The Progress of the Soul' in which the soul journeys through different forms of life: a mandrake, a bird, a fish, a flea ... The Soul: Glenda Jackson, Lizzie: Deborah McAndrew, Flea & Chef: Mark Heap, Dog & Seagull: Louis Labovitch, Songbird/rat/girl: Angela Lonsdale, Mandrake and Whale: Russell Dixon. Producer: Susan Roberts.

24 Apr: Where This Service Will Continue
By Katherine Jakeways. Romantic comedy, rpt from 2017. A year after they met on a train, David tries to find Suzie. Sequel to "Where this Service Will Terminate". Suzie: Rosie Cavaliero, David: Justin Edwards, Lucy: Ashna Rabheru, Cashier: Sarah Ridgeway. Producer: as for play 1 (James Robinson), BBC Wales.

25 Apr: My Friend, Marie Antoinette
By Carine Adler. Rosalie Lamoriere, a kitchen maid in the medieval prison La Concergerie, meets the last queen of France in the course of her work. The play is based on accounts written 50 years after the death of Marie Antoinette by historian Lafont d'Aussonne, who is thought to have interviewed Rosalie. Rosalie: Lily Loveless, Marie: Laure Stockley, Madame Harel: Becci Gemmell, Madame Richard: Clare Corbett, Inspector Michonis and Fouquier-Tinville: Ewan Bailey, Chauvau Lagarde: Peter Hamilton Dyer, Herbert and the doctor: Antony Bunsee. Producer: Emma Hearn; director: John Dryden. Indie (Goldhawk).

26 Apr: First World Problems, 2: Things Fall Apart
By Martin Jameson, rpt. The Fletchers find themselves in danger. Production details: Dave Fletcher: Jeremy Swift, Ruth, his wife: Maureen Beattie. Rest of the cast for the 5 episodes (22 actors in total): Elizabeth Counsell, Sam Barnard, Elinor Coleman, Lauren Cornelius, Ryan Whittle, John Lightbody, Paul Cunningham, Ryan Early, Emma Handy, Kerry Gooderson, Sean Murray, Joseph Ayre, Stephen Hogan, Kai Owen, Cara Chase, Ifan Meredith, Lisa Palfrey, Gruffudd Glyn, Antonio Aakeel and Vineeta Rishi. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

27 Apr: Saturday Play - The Battle of San Pietro
By Nick Perry. Fact-based biographical drama about the pairing of Eric Ambler (writer of spy thrillers) and John Huston (film director) to make a documentary to support the Allied effort in WW2. Ambler was conscripted to work with JH on a US Army propaganda film about the Italian campaign. This is an odd coupling - the reserved, cautious British novelist and the gregarious film director. This glimpse of their relationship helps to sketch out Ambler's own story and personality. This is a good introduction to Ambler's world of suspense, thrills and intrigue. Acknowledgements to David Crawford's review in RT; I have used parts of it in compiling this summary.

28 Apr: Classic Serial slot: Journey into Fear, 1
By Eric Ambler, adapted for radio by Nick Perry. This is taken from a WW2 thriller about an engineer who is marked for death whilst working for the Turkish government. Alec: Daniel Rigby, Berlinks and Jose: Simon Scardifield, Dr. Haller: Matthew Marsh, Josette: Olivia Ross, Mr. Kuvetli: Atilla Akinci, Colonel Haki: Raad Rawi, Mathis: Sam Dale, Mme, Mathis: Carolyn Pickles, steward: Ronny Jhutti. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

29 Apr: The Ferryhill Philosophers, 5
By Michael Chaplin. Joe welcomes his first grandchild and faces a family dilemna. Hermione says goodbye to her father. Joe: Alun Armstrong, Hermione: Deborah Findlay, George: Geoffrey Palmer, Gloria: Tracy Whitwell, Lucy: Lauren Kellegher, Peter: Dean Bone, Rose: Linda Broughton.Indie: Catherine Bailey Productions; producer CB, director Marilyn Imrie.

30 Apr: What's He Building in There?
By Rachel Smith. Kate is a busy teacher who is also trying to sell the family home. Her younger brother Ryan refuses to leave his bedroom as the sale approaches. He has created an online gaming channel on his computer which has attracted thousands of subscribers, but he still doesn't have a job. Kate: Christine Bottomley, Ryan: Mike Noble, with Wyllie Longmore as John and Angela Lonsdale as Maeve. Producer: Nadia Molinari.

1 May: Where This Service Will Connect
By Katherine Jakeways; third episode of this occasional romantic comedy, rpt. from Aug 2018. Suzie arrives at the office to see David; she is the worse for wear after a party the night before. It's months since they sat next to each other on a train journey; now she needs his help. Suzie: Rosie Cavaliero, David: Justin Edwards, Joe: Richard Nicholls, Receptionist: Katherine Jakeways. Producer: James Robinson. For other episodes - see 27-28 Apr 2017.

2 May: Keeping The Wolf Out
By Philip Palmer. Rpt. from Jul 2017. Crime series set during the Cold War in Hungary. Special investigator Bertalan investigates a very difficult case. Bertalan: Leo Bill, Franciska: Clare Corbett, Tibor Farkas: Andy Linden, Milton Szilard: Philip Fox, Kristof Szep: Samuel James, Mr. Kiraly: Robert Blythe, Rihard Miklos: Shaun Mason, with Tom Forrister, Simon Ludders and Kerry Gooderson. Producer: Toby Swift.

3 May: First World Problems, 3 - What Country, Friends, is This?
By Martin Jameson, rpt. What would happen if the UK broke apart? Production details, as listed above: Dave Fletcher: Jeremy Swift, Ruth, his wife: Maureen Beattie. Rest of the cast for the 5 episodes (22 actors in total): Elizabeth Counsell, Sam Barnard, Elinor Coleman, Lauren Cornelius, Ryan Whittle, John Lightbody, Paul Cunningham, Ryan Early, Emma Handy, Kerry Gooderson, Sean Murray, Joseph Ayre, Stephen Hogan, Kai Owen, Cara Chase, Ifan Meredith, Lisa Palfrey, Gruffudd Glyn, Antonio Aakeel and Vineeta Rishi. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

4 May: Saturday Play: James Bond - Live and Let Die
90m. By Ian Fleming, dramatised by Archie Scotney. Bond is sent to New York to investigate an underworld leader called Mr. Big, who is importing gold coins to finance Russian spy operations. Mr. Big: Kevin Daniels, Solitaire: Rutina Wesley, "M": John Standing, Leiter: Josh Stamberg, Tee-Hee: Michael A Sheppard, with Lovensky Jean-Baptiste, Ron Cephas Jones, John Cothran, Jonathan Cake, J.D.Cullum, Jake Green, Gilbert Brown, Anna-Louise Plowman, Janine Barris, Larry Powell, Anna Mathias, Martin Jarvis as narrator Ian Fleming, James Morrison, Darren Richardson, Alan Shearman, Andre Sogliuzzo and Matthew Wolf.Producer: Rosalind Ayres. 90m. Jarvis & Ayres Indie production.

5 May: Classic Serial - Journey into Fear, 2
By Eric Ambler, adapted by Nick Perry. From EA's spy thriller from 1940. Graham boards a boat for Genoa, but does not know which of his fellow passengers can be trusted. Excellent dramatisation and production. Alec Graham: Daniel Rigby, Dr. Haller: Matthew Marsh, with Simon Scardifield, Olivia Ross, Atilla Akinci, Carolyn Pickles, Sam Dale, Ronny Jhutti and Christopher Harper. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

6 May: Road to Oxford
By Douglas Livingstone, rpt. from Nov 2016. The latest in a long line of 'Road' plays by this writer and producer Jane Morgan. This one centres on young David as he goes up to Oxford: the first member of his family to go to university. The drama is set at the celebration of the dawn on 1 May, when choristers sing from the top of Magdalen tower and after a night of partying the students shiver in their evening clothes at the base. The production team went to Oxford to record the overnight festivities, and a number of the actors are making their radio debuts as graduates of the Oxford School of Drama or from the University itself. Bernard: John McAndrew, David: Michael Gilbert, Shirley: Annabel Smith, Mary: Jane Whittenshaw, Julian: Jordan Metcalfe, Christopher: Charlie Bateman, the porter: Christopher Benjamin, The senior tutor: Frank Stirling, The guide: Ella Road, The policeman: Christopher Royle. Producer: Frank Stirling, director: Jane Morgan.

7 May: My Cambodian Twin
By Annie Caulfield and Martin McNamara. When diagnosed with lung cancer, Annie was determined to complete her book about Cambodia and her friendship with a young dancer named Sophea in that country; her 'Cambodian twin'. The radio adaptation was done by Annie's partner Martin, who introduces the play. Annie: Pippa Haywood, Martin: Paul Ritter, Sophea: Uma Jackson, Dr. Tom: Christopher Harper, Guru: Chike Chan, other parts played by Kenny Blythe and Sarah Ovens. Producer: Emma Harding.

8 May: Off Grid
By Ben Lewis. A woman joins a green community in the middle of nowhere; no internet, no phones, no mains power. When she arrives, she finds that the man who's supposed to be running everything has disappeared. There are three other people there still there; fuel and food supplies are diminishing but they are determined to deal with it. Kirsten, the woman: Shauna Macdonald, Moira: Anita Vettesse, Ava: Tori Burgess, Oak: Benny Young. Producer: Kirsty Williams.

9 May: Keeping the Wolf Out, 2
By Philip Palmer. Rpt. from Jul 2017. Crime series set during the Cold War in Hungary. Special investigator Bertalan continues his investigation. Bertalan: Leo Bill, Franciska: Clare Corbett, Tibor Farkas: Andy Linden, Milton Szilard: Philip Fox, Kristof Szep: Samuel James, Mr. Kiraly: Robert Blythe, Rihard Miklos: Shaun Mason, with Tom Forrister, Simon Ludders and Kerry Gooderson. Producer: Toby Swift.

10 May: First World Problems, 4: The Price
By Martin Jameson, rpt. The Fletcher family tries to stay together among the large number of refugees being forced to walk out of Wales. Dave Fletcher: Jeremy Swift, Ruth, his wife: Maureen Beattie. Rest of the cast for the 5 episodes (22 actors in total): Elizabeth Counsell, Sam Barnard, Elinor Coleman, Lauren Cornelius, Ryan Whittle, John Lightbody, Paul Cunningham, Ryan Early, Emma Handy, Kerry Gooderson, Sean Murray, Joseph Ayre, Stephen Hogan, Kai Owen, Cara Chase, Ifan Meredith, Lisa Palfrey, Gruffudd Glyn, Antonio Aakeel and Vineeta Rishi. Producer: Jonquil Panting.

11 May: Saturday Play - Rage, 1
By Zygmunt Miloszewski, dramatised from the novel (trans. Antonia Lloyd Jones) by Mark Lawson in 2 parts. Teodor is a presecutor, alerted to the discovery of a skeleton. The bones are chemically stripped and are from several bodies. The investigation looks unusual and promises to be difficult. Teodor: Bryan Dick, Olga: Alexandra Mathie, Klara: Rachel Austin, Sister Kristina and Maria: Claire Benedict, Leon Rudzki: Jonathan Keeble, Joanna and the newsreader: Mina Anwar, Hela: Caitlin Ward, Agnieszka and Teresa: Olwen May, schoolgirls: Isabel Thompson, Georgia Devain, Tamsin Wickremeratne and Ryley Nixon, Viktoria Sendrowska: Beatrice Webb. Producer: Polly Thomas.

12 May:Classic Serial - Epitaph for a Spy, 1
By Eric Ambler, dram. Nick Perry. Thriller set on the French Riviera, where a Hungarian refugee and language teacher is accused of being a Nazi agent when his holiday snaps include pictures of the local military facility. Joseph Vadassy: Edward Hogg, Frau Koche: Clare Corbett, Duval: Tony Turner, Schimler: Mark Edel-Hunt, Rempenault: Don Gilet, Skelton: Joseph Ayre, Mary: Franchi Webb, Roux: Christopher Harper, Vogel: Sam Dale. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

11 May: Saturday Play - Rage, 1 - Daughters and Lovers
By Zygmunt Miloszewski, dramatised from the novel (trans. Antonia Lloyd Jones) by Mark Lawson in 2 parts. Teodor is a presecutor, alerted to the discovery of a skeleton. The bones are chemically stripped and are from several bodies. The investigation looks unusual and promises to be difficult. Teodor: Bryan Dick, Olga: Alexandra Mathie, Klara: Rachel Austin, Sister Kristina and Maria: Claire Benedict, Leon Rudzki: Jonathan Keeble, Joanna and the newsreader: Mina Anwar, Hela: Caitlin Ward, Agnieszka and Teresa: Olwen May, schoolgirls: Isabel Thompson, Georgia Devain, Tamsin Wickremeratne and Ryley Nixon, Viktoria Sendrowska: Beatrice Webb. Producer: Polly Thomas.

12 May:Classic Serial - Epitaph for a Spy, 1
By Eric Ambler, dram. Nick Perry. Thriller set on the French Riviera, where a Hungarian refugee and language teacher is accused of being a Nazi agent when his holiday snaps include pictures of the local military facility. Joseph Vadassy: Edward Hogg, Frau Koche: Clare Corbett, Duval: Tony Turner, Schimler: Mark Edel-Hunt, Rempenault: Don Gilet, Skelton: Joseph Ayre, Mary: Franchi Webb, Roux: Christopher Harper, Vogel: Sam Dale. Producer: Sasha Yevtushenko.

13 May: Madame Tempy
By Winsome Pinnock. Fact-based play about the American pianist Tempy Smith, who in the 1920s set up music schools and became wealthy. Madame Tempy: Adjoa Andoh, Sylvia: Lisa Davina Phillip, Warren Stuart: Edson Burton, Mrs. Dupont: Zara Ramm, Geri: Debbie Korley, Mr. Williams: David Houslow, Herself: Sylvia Smith Lewis. Producer: Maggie Ayre.

14 May: The Macefield Plot
By Daniel Thurman. Edith Macefield was a householder who received worldwide attention in 2006 when she turned down an offer of about $1 million to sell her home to make way for a commercial development in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Instead, the five-story project was built around her 108-year-old farmhouse, where she died at age 86 in 2008. In the process, she became something of a folk hero. After she died, Macefield willed her house to the new building's construction superintendent, Barry Martin, in gratitude for his friendship and caretaker role. Edith:Sian Phillips, Barry: Stanley Townsend, Joe: Joseph Balderrama, Cops: Helen Clapp and Christopher Harper. Producer: David Hunter.

15 May: Where This Service Will Separate
Episode 4 of the occasional romantic comedy about a couple who met a while back on a train and who, after that, have encountered each other in two other dramas. This time they're at a funeral. Suzie's husband, from whom she was separated, has just died, and her erstwhile partner, David, has arrived to give her some support. Unfortunately he's not known to any of her family. Suzie: Rosie Cavaliero, David: Justin Edwards, Josh: Luke Nunn, Gareth: Michael Bertenshaw, Pam: Katherine Jakeways. Producer: James Robinson.

16 May: Keeping the Wolf Out, 3: Heroes
By Philip Palmer; rpt from 2017. Cold war drama set in communist Hungary; ep. 3 of 3. Six young men are now dead. Bertalan: Leo Bill, Franciska: Clare Corbett, Tibor Farkas: Andy Linden, Milton Szilard: Philip Fox, Kristof Szep: Samuel James, Mr. Kiraly: Robert Blythe, Rihard Miklos: Shaun Mason, with Tom Forrister, Simon Ludders and Kerry Gooderson. Producer: Toby Swift.

17 May: First World Problems, 5: Home
By Martin Jameson, rpt. Conclusion. A leak from a nuclear plant leads to a resettlement plan for the refugees. The Fletchers head for an unknown destination. Dave Fletcher: Jeremy Swift, Ruth, his wife: Maureen Beattie. Rest of the cast for the 5 episodes: Elizabeth Counsell, Sam Barnard, Elinor Coleman, Lauren Cornelius, Ryan Whittle, John Lightbody, Paul Cunningham, Ryan Early, Emma Handy, Kerry Gooderson, Sean Murray, Joseph Ayre, Stephen Hogan, Kai Owen, Cara Chase, Ifan Meredith, Lisa Palfrey, Gruffudd Glyn, Antonio Aakeel and Vineeta Rishi. Producer: Jonquil Panting.






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