WORLD SERVICE DRAMA
(27-11-2000) Ghosts, by H. Ibsen. Adapted by Doug Lucie from a translation by Margaretha Danbolt.
(19-12-2000) Big Ocean, by Rose Tremain.
(22-02-1999) Playing Sinatra, by Bernard Kops. With Susan Brown and Tim McInnerny; directed by Rosalynd Ward.
(18-10-1998) Pygmalion, by G.B.Shaw. With Martin Jarvis.
(27-01-1997) Look Back In Anger, by John Osborne. Adapted for radio by John Foley. Starring Douglas Hodge and Tara Fitzgerald. Producer David Hitchinson.
(05-06-1996 Elektra and Orestes, by Euripedes
(24-09-1996) Pictures at Departure, by Stephanie McCarthy.
(10-12-1996) Anna on Anna, by Adrian Mitchell. Radio play for voice & piano. Producer Gordon House.
(24-04-1995) Waste, by Harley Granville Barker. Producer David Hitchinson.
(21-04-1995) Generations, by Brian Wright(?) Producer David Hitchinson.
(27-04-1994) The Empress Wu, The Concubine Wang by Carey Harrison. With Geraldine McEwan.
(03-11-1994) Blood Games At The Coliseum. Written and adapted for radio by Adam Pernak. With Charlotte Coleman, Matilda Ziegler and Michael Tudor Barnes. Directed by Hilary Norrish.
(01-12-1994) The Oresteia, by Aeschylus.
(13-01-1993) Sakuntala. From the Sanskrit; written by Kalidasa. Translated by Michael Coulson and directed by David Hitchinson.
(16-05-1993) Henry And Dorthie, by Gerald Phillipson, with Rosemary Harris as Dorthie; directed by Gordon House.
(12-02-1991) Where the lovemaking does go on, by Roy Kendall.
(09-06-1991) Top Girls, by Caryl Churchill. WS production of the stage play. Producer Hilary Norrish.
<25-01-1990) The Three Sisters, part 1. Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn and adapted for radio by Walter Acosta. With Anna Calder-Marshall, Julie Christie and Amanda Root.
(26-04-1989) Separation, by Tom Kempinski, with Richard Griffiths as Joe, directed by David Hitchinson.
(09-02-1988) Albert's Bridge, by Tom Stoppard. With Paul Copley. Producer David Hitchinson.
(13-02-1988) Remembrance; author nk.
(05-11-1986) Revenge, by Alexander Fredro; starring Nigel Lambert. Producer Gordon House.
(17-11-1986) Events On A Hotel Terrace, by Alan Ayckbourn; starring Robin Hereford; producer Gordon House.
(21-10-1982) The Recruiting Officer, by George Farquhar.
(06 to 20-01-1982) The Riddle Of The Sands (Erskine Childers).
Three-part dramatisation. (3 x 45m)
(17-05-1981) Knuckle, by David Hare. with James Lawrenson, Charles Gray, Kika Malcolm.
(09-12-1981) The Government Inspector, by Nikolai Gogol.
(08-09-1980) Owners, by Caryl Churchill. With Anna Massey, Steven Thorne and Nigel Anthony.
(13-06-1979) Shakespeare's Julius Caesar & Anthony and Cleopatra, adapted for radio by Dickon Reed. Broadcast in several episodes.
(18-06-1978) The Plough and the Stars, by Sean O'Casey. Starring Niall Buggy and Roisin Donaghy. Director: Dickon Reed.
Alan Ayckbourn: Absent friends Dec 77
John Creasey:The Toff & the Runaway Bride, 6 x 30m, starting 7 Jun 75
(20-06-1975) A Month in the Country, by I. Turgenev.
Dick Francis: Breaking Point (Nerve), 6 eps. starting 8 Jun 72
Berkley Mather: The Hard Buy, 8 x 30m, starting 27 Jun 68, thriller
Neil M. Gunn: The Green Isle of the Great Deep, 2 x 60m, starting 22 Jan 66, Sherlock Holmes adap.
Samuel Selvon: Perchance to Dream
1963L.P.Hartley: WS, 29 Aug 63
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