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Afternoon Romancers

by Nick McCarty for BBC Radio 4 starring Sally Hawkins.
A man and a younger woman embark on an affair with a difference.

The Pickwick Papers

by Charles Dickens adapted by Michael Eaton in four parts for BBC Radio 4.
Samuel Pickwick’s hilarious topsy turvey adventures are celebrated in Dickens’ picaresque novel as he travels on his journey through life, starring Timothy Spall and Toby Jones.

A Brief Interruption

by Ben Steiner an original play for BBC Radio 4.
Tom Courtenay stars as a neglected, weary and careworn God who bemoans some of the day-to-day frustrations of being The Supreme Being.

The Bride’s Chamber

by Charles Dickens adapted by Michael Eaton for BBC Radio 4.
A ghost story from the master of the genre.

Tender Is The Night

by F Scott Fitzgerald adapted by Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
Set on the French Riviera in the 1920s, Fitzgerald’s celebrated novel reveals the tragic romance of the young actress Rosemary Hoyt, played by Rebecca Hall, and the stylish American couple Dick and Nicole Diver.

George Silverman’s Explanation

by Charles Dickens adapted by Michael Eaton for BBC Radio 4.
A mysterious, late Dickens’ short story starring Paul Scofield.

Voyages

by Michael Hastings an original drama for BBC Radio 4
A boy’s fascination with collecting used bus tickets after WW2 leads him to discover, over fifty years later, that life is full of unfulfilled dreams, with Stephen Moore and featuring a young Aaron Taylor Johnson.

From Here To Eternity

by James Jones adapted by Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
Strong friendships, love affairs and the naked truth of lives of enlisted men in Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, at the time of Pearl Harbour. Directed by Bill Bryden.

Charge of The Light Brigade

by John Osborne in a version by Bill Bryden and Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
John Osborne’s unperformed screenplay of the tragic defeat of the Light Brigade during the Battle of Balaclava in 1854, starring Charles Dance, Joseph Fiennes, Donald Sinden, Geoffrey Palmer and directed by Bill Bryden.

All That Fall

by Samuel Beckett.
Beckett’s classic radio play starring Anna Manahan and Nial Toibin, directed by Bill Bryden and recorded at RTE Studios, Dublin for BBC Radio 3.