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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.


by Donna Franceschild & Simon Little for BBC Radio 4.
Five stories of people who ring the Samaritans to find the Volunteers have a sympathetic ear and a tender heart.

Baby Doll

by Tennessee Williams.
The award winning Birmingham Rep/National Theatre production in the West End at the Noel Coward Theatre, London.
Baby Doll is the story of the childlike bride of a Mississippi cotton gin owner, who becomes the pawn in a battle between her husband and his enemy, starring Charlotte Emmerson and Jonathan Cake. Designed by Bunny Christie and directed by Lucy Bailey.

Daisy Miller

by Henry James adapted by Bill Bryden for BBC Radio 4.
The tragic story of an young, free-spirited independent American girl as she experiences the social life of 19th century Europe, starring Elizabeth McGovern and Constance Cummings.

The Mysteries

by Tony Harrison and the Cottesloe Company. The three parts of the celebrated National Theatre production: The Nativity, The Passion and Doomsday, based on the medieval plays of York, Wakefield and Chester for BBC Radio 4.

The Plutocrat

by Booth Tarkington adapted by Michael Hastings for BBC Radio 4.
A young man falls in love with a mysterious French aristocrat on a trip from New York to Algiers, starring Leslie Caron and Stacey Keach.

Sacco and Vanzetti

by Bill Bryden for BBC Radio 4.
The famous trial and execution of two Italian immigrants which shook 1920’s America, starring Brian Cox and Kevin McNally.

HMS Ulysses

by Alistair McLean adapted by Nick McCarty for BBC Radio 4.
Alistair McLean’s best selling novel about a ship at war in the Arctic seas during WW2 starring Derek Jacobi, Donald Sinden, Joseph Fiennes, Ian Bannen and directed by Bill Bryden.

The Big Picnic

by Bill Bryden at the Harland & Wolff Shed, Govan, Glasgow.
Bill Bryden’s epic promenade production of a Govan regiment in the First World War with music by John Tams and Phil Cunningham, starring Jimmy Logan, Russell Hunter and Ashley Jensen.