Sayers, Dorothy L. (1893 – 1957)

Last Edited: 17-Jan-2017 A Global British Comedy Collaborative document. Edited by John Lucas
Broadcast source is BBC Radio Four unless otherwise indicated. Recording quality is considered good unless otherwise indicated.

Date
Title
Cast
Parameters
Publ. 1941
Original: BBC

21-Dec-1941 to
18-Oct-1942

R7:
06-Dec-2007 to
21-Dec-2007
The Man Born to be King

  1. Kings in Judea
  2. The King’s Herald
  3. A Certain Nobleman
  4. The Heirs to the Kingdom
  5. The Bread of Heaven
  6. The Feast of Tabernacles
  7. The Light and the Life
  8. Royal Progress
  9. The King’s Supper
  10. The Princes of this World
  11. King of Sorrows
  12. The King Comes to His Own
Gabriel Wolfe, John Laurie, Michael Golding, Philip Leaver, Win
Clarke, Elizabeth Proud, Denise Brier, Hester Payton-Brown,
Alan Weekly, John Wise, Malcolm Hayes, Harrison Calff,
Frances de Wolfe, John Westbrooke, John Boxer, John Glenn,
Stephen Jack, Ralph delaTorre, Hugh Dickson, Betty Bascombe,
June Tobin, Gladys Spencer, Ian Frost, Jeanette Richer, Ralph
Truman, Ralph Lefevre, Nigel Stark, Trevor Martin, Hamlin
Benson, Heron Carvick, John Gabriel, Vivian Chatterton, Keith
Alexander, Haydn Jones, Wilfred Carter, Janet Burnell, Mary
Law, Elizabeth Morgan, Edward Atienza, Marjorie Westbury,
Mary Wimbush, Richard Herndahl, Norman Shelley, Michael
Kilgariff, John Forrest, Alec Clunes, John Baker, Miriam
Margolyes, Trader Faulkner, Caroline Monkhouse, Penelope
Lee, June Tobin, Russell Napier, Rodney Dyack, Bruce
Beeby, Harvey Hall, Paul Danker, Hensey Rayburn, Molly
Rankin, Harry Hutchinson
Dramatized and directed by Raymond Raikes
41:25, 38835, S
41:29, 38903, S
41:17, 38718, S
42:00, 39379, S
42:17, 38954, S
42:03, 39561, S
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41:29, 38896, S
R4X
02-Sep-2015
Out Damned Spot (from Behind the
Screen by the Detection Club
)


CBC
28-Mar-1948
The Zeal of Thy House
Robert Christie, Sandra Scott, Barry Morse, Bud Knapp,
Alan King, Frank Perry, William Needles, Bruce Belfridge,
Colin Eaton, Eric Christmas, Neil McCallum, Frank Petty,
Howard Millson, Lloyd Buckner, Larry McCance, Jeremy
Wilkin, John Madison, Jane Mallet, Don Greenhalsh,
Roland Bull, Elizabeth Cole
John Draney, Jack Scott, narrators
adapted for radio and produced by Andrew Allan
music by Lucio Agostini
directed by Ese W. Young
56:05, 52639, M

Lord Peter Wimsey

Organizing Principles: The works are presented in the order of publication. If multiple versions or recordings of a work are known, the versions are presented in the order of broadcast within the publication sequence. The actor playing Wimsey is noted in brackets after the title and as the first credit in the “Cast” column.

See also the pastiches written by Jill Paton Walsh
Date
Title
Cast
Parameters
Publ. 1923
Broadcast:
30-Dec-1973
06-Jan-1974
13-Jan-1974
20-Jan-1974
27-Jan-1974
Whose Body? [Carmichael]
  1. The Body in the Bath
  2. Disappearance of a Financier
  3. Lunch at Lady Swaffham’s
  4. Shellshock
  5. Bunter Brings a Letter
Ian Carmichael, Peter Jones, Patricia Routledge, Norman
Bird, Gabriel Woolf, Betty Huntley-Wright, Stephen
Thorne, Nigel Lambert, Blaine Fairman, Peter Williams,
Richard Gulden, David Sinclair, Elizabeth Reville, Bernard
Archard, Peter Tottenham, Geoffrey Beavers, Wilfrid
Carter, Betty Cargill
Adapted by Chris Miller
Produced by Simon Brett
1: 28:20, 6642, m
2: 27:58, 6557, m
3: 27:56, 6651, m
4: 27:56, 6551, m
5: 27:58, 6558, m
Some hiss, in #3
some interference
Publ. 1923
Broadcast:
26-Dec-1987
Whose Body? [Bond]
Gary Bond, John Cater, Roger Roland, Michael Graham
Cox, Vida Warwick, Terry Molloy, Jeff Searle, Tim
Brierley, Christopher Benjamin, Kim Durham, Charlotte
Martin, Alex Jones
Dramatised by Micheline Wandor
Directed by Vanessa Whitburn
86:57, 81520, S
audiobook
Whose Body? Read by Ian Carmichael 54:09, 25421, M
48:41, 22858, M
58:08, 27286, M
51:21, 24112, M
50:11, 23563, M
71:37, 33612, M
Publ. 1926
Broadcast:
03-Feb-1974
to
24-Mar-1974
R7:
11-May-2005
to
20-May-2005
Clouds of Witness [Carmichael]
  1. The Riddledale Inquest
  2. Mudstains and Bloodstains
  3. The Diamond Cat
  4. Mary Quite Contrary
  5. The Morning After
  6. In a Fog
  7. The Barometer Falls
  8. The Speech for the Defence
Ian Carmicheal, Peter Jones, James Villiers, Maria Aitken,
Gabriel Woolf, Nigel Lambert, James Thomason, Bill Wallace,
Sean Arnold, Betty Gardner, Miriam Margolyes, Brian Olton,
Elizabeth Proud, David Sinclair, Bonnie Herrin, Patricia
Routledge, Malcolm Hayes, Clifford Norgate, Alan Rowe,
Garrard Greene, John Forrest, Bridget McConnell, Jo
Manning Wilson, John Bull
Adapted by Peter Jones and Tania Lievin
Produced by Simon Brett
1: 28:47, 5039, M
2: 28:46, 5034, M
3: 28:43, 5048, M
4: 28:44, 5030, M
5: 28:47, 5040, M
6: 28:44, 5030, M
7: 28:35, 5004, M
8: 28:35, 5004, M
--
24:25, 22894. S
24:30, 22982, S
24:33, 23022, S
24:33, 23018, S
24:35, 23050, S
24:27, 22928, S
24:29, 22958, S
24:11, 22686, S
audiobook
Clouds of Witness Read by Ian Carmichael 67:07, 31500, M
74:24, 34921, M
68:28, 32133, M
68:18, 32057, M
68:48, 32291, M
68:59, 32376, M
74:58, 35185, M
Publ. 1927
Broadcast:
18-Mar-1972
Unnatural Death [Burden]
Hugh Burden, Clifford Norgate, William Eedle, Katherine Parr,
Eva Haddon, Kathleen Helm, Kate Vinci, John Rowe, Louis
Stringer, Gilly Gratham, Edward Kelsey, Graham Allen,
John Sampson
Adapted by David Geary
Produced by David H. Godfrey
85:56, 40286, m
Hiss
Publ. 1927
Broadcast:
05-May-1975
to
16-Jun-1975
--
R7:
23-May-2005
to
31-May-2005
Unnatural Death [Carmichael]
  1. No Sign Of Foul Play
  2. Death In Epping Forest
  3. The Will
  4. Hallelujah
  5. The Property Act
  6. Vera Findlater
  7. Miss Climpson Investigates
Ian Carmichael, Gabriel Woolf, Ambrasine Philpotts, Peter
Baldwin, Corinna Marlowe, Christopher Emmet, Godfrey
Kenton, Pauline Letts, Mattie Head, Betty Cardnoe, Bridget
McConnell, Peter Jones, Malcolm Hayes, Sheila Wilcox,
Alison Skillbeck, Tommy Idle, Bill Wallis, Miriam Margoyles,
David Gooderson, Marianne St.Val, Garrard Greene, Gordon
Clyde, Greta Gourier, James Thomason, Denise Brier, Peter
Jones, John Forrest, John Dunbar, Mark Penfold
Adapted by Chris Miller
Produced by Simon Brett
28:25, 26644, S
28:21, 26588, S
28:20, 26578, S
28:18, 26544, S
28:18, 26544, S
28:18, 26546, S
28:31, 26738, S
audiobook
Unnatural Death Read by Ian Carmichael 78:21, 38784, M
75:30, 35451, M
78:42, 36946, M
76:46,
36041, M
79:38, 37384, M
78:20, 36772, M
Publ. 1928
Broadcast:
23-Jun-1975
to
28-Jul-1975
--
R7:
01-Jun-2005
to
08-Jun-2005
The Unpleasantness at the
Bellona Club [Carmichael]
  1. Armistice Night
  2. The General’s Last Evening
  3. Mr. Oliver
  4. Exhumation
  5. At Lady Dormer’s
  6. Ann Dorland
Ian Carmichael, Peter Jones, Martin Jarvis, John Gabriel,
Christopher Emmet, Blaine Fairman, John Dunbar, Wilfrid
Carter, Allan Cuthbertson, Frances Geater, Gabriel Woolf,
James Thomason, Antony Higginson, Rosalind Adams,
Ulwyn Griffiths, Amanda Rice, Ann Churchman, Judy
Bridgeland, Clifford Norgate
Adapted by Chris Miller
Produced by Simon Brett
27:27, 25740, S
27:17, 25586, S
27:21, 25650, S
27:31, 25806, S
27:28, 25754, S
27:24, 25696, S
audiobook
The Unpleasantness at the
Bellona Club
Read by Ian Carmichael 71:32, 33571, M
70:45, 33200, M
69:52, 32793, M
69:23, 32560, M
68:50, 32309, M
69:00, 32381, M
publ.1918
audiobook
Lord Peter Views the Body
  1. The Abominable History of the Man
    with Copper Fingers
  2. The Entertaining Episode of the
    Article in Question 
  3. The Fascinating Problem of Uncle
    Meleager's Will
  4. The Fantastic Horror of the Cat in
    the Bag
  5. The Unprincipled Affair of the
    Practical Joker
  6. The Undignified Melodrama of the
    Bone of Contention
  7. The Vindictive Story of the
    Footsteps That Ran 
  8. The Bibulous Business of a Matter
    of Taste
  9. The Learned Adventure of the
    Dragon's Head
  10. The Piscatorial Farce of the
    Stolen Stomach
  11. The Unsolved Puzzle of the Man
    with No Face 
  12. The Adventurous Exploit of the
    Cave of Ali Baba
Read by Ian Carmichael 55:47, 26193, M
69:57, 32834, M
78:46, 36966, M
77:45, 36485, M
72:00, 33702, M
74:58, 35182, M
Publ. 1930
Broadcast:
17-May-1976
to
21-Jun-1976
--
R7:
09-Jun-2005
to
16-Jun-2005
Strong Poison [Carmichael]
  1. Old Bailey
  2. Ten Minutes in Bloomsbury
  3. Norman Urquhart
  4. Miss Murchison
  5. Pongo
  6. Turkish Delight
Ian Carmichael, Carleton Hobbs, Charlotte Mitchell,
Ann Bell, Stephen Thorne, Robert Gillespie, Garrard
Greene, Christopher Schooler, Christine Ozan,
Clifford Norgate, Ambrasine Philpotts, Peter Jones,
Gabriel Woolf, Rosalind Adams, Christopher Bidmeade,
Margaret Robertson, John Pullen, Frances Geater,
Peter Woodthorpe, Anne Jamieson, Betty Huntley
Wright, Maria Aitken, Margaret Guess, Jo Nixon
Adapted by Chris Miller
Produced by Simon Brett
29:22, 27542, S
29:27, 27614, S
29:18, 27482, S
29:15, 27434, S
29:30, 27670, S
29:20, 27510, S
Publ. 1930
Broadcast:
02-Oct-1999
Strong Poison [Beale]
Simon Russell Beale, Emma Fielding, Nicholas Farrell,
Nicholas Bolton, Jennifer Pearcy, Neville Jason,
Stephen Critchlow, Tessa Worseley, David Timson
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell
Directed by Fiona McLean
56:49, 79899, S
audiobook
Strong Poison Read by Ian Carmichael 77:13, 36244, M
77:04, 36173, M
76:29, 35899, M
73:32, 34514, M
76:00, 35671, M
74:55, 35166, M
Publ. 1931
Broadcast:
04-Jan-1978
to
22-Feb-1978
--
R7:
19-Dec-2005
to
29-Dec-2005
Five Red Herrings [Carmichael]
Ian Carmichael, Peter Jones, Bruce Bennett, Bill
Wallace, Trevor Martin, Alaric Carter, John Graham,
Hazel McBride, Gordon Clyde, Garrard Greene,
Frances Geater, Nell Brennan, Audrey Muir, Don
MacKinnoch, Peter Wickham, David Strong,
Heather Bell, Christopher Schooler, Jonathan
Scott, Ian Blair, Miriam Margoyles, Yvonne Gillan,
Gordon Cain, Stephen Thorne, Henry Knowles,
Sheila Mitchell, Gordon Gardner, Gordon Faith,
John Dunbar, Nicolet MacKenzie
Adapted by Chris Miller
Produced by Simon Brett
28:58, 27160, S
28:33, 26778, S
27:33, 25842, S
29:00, 27194, S
28:47, 26998, S
28:40, 26882, S
28:27, 26674, S
29:14, 27422, S
audiobook
Five Red Herrings read by Patrick Malahide
59:48, 28087, M
64:54, 30474, M
59:19, 27856, M
58:45, 27593, M
67:41, 31777, M
56:12, 16396, M
67:13, 31562, M
60:25, 28378, M
64:34, 30324, M
67:05, 31498, M
Publ. 1932
Broadcast:
20-Oct-1981
to
24-Nov-1981
--
R7:
30-Dec-2005
to
06-Jan-2006
Have His Carcase [Carmichael]
Ian Carmichael, Maria Aitken, Nigel Stock, Warren
Clark, Isabel Dean, Richard O’Callahan, John
Webb, Alexander John, Malcolm Ingram, Patrick
Newell, Carole Harrison, Deirdre Costello, Betty
Marsden, Norman Bird, Rosalind Ayres, Peter
Tottenham, Hayden Wood, Ronald Herdman,
Spencer Banks, Julie Franklin, Alan Dudley,
Andrew Secombe
Narrated by John Westbrook
Adapted by Alistair Beaton
Produced by Martin Fisher
27:41, 25960, S
27:51, 26110, S
27:44, 26010, S
27:49, 26092, S
27:47, 26054, S
28:06, 26352, S
audiobook
Have His Carcase Read by Ian Carmichael 55:56, 26278, M
71:53, 33751, M
71:59, 33801, M
71:40, 33649, M
73:23, 34455, M
71:54, 33757, M
69:26, 32602, M
69:11, 32491, M
68:44, 32279, M
68:09, 32006, M
69:22, 32576, M
64:05, 29625, M
publ.1933
audiobook
Hangman's Holiday
  1. The Image in the Mirror (Wimsey)
  2. The Incredible Elopement of Lord
    Peter Wimsey
  3. The Queen's Square (Wimsey)
  4. The Necklace of Pearls (Wimsey)
  5. The Poisoned Dow '08
    (Montague Egg)
  6. Sleuths on the Scent (Egg)
  7. Murder in the Morning (Egg)
  8. One Too Many (Egg)
  9. Murder at Pentecost (Egg)
  10. Maher-Shalal-Hashbaz (Egg)
  11. The Man Who Knew How
  12. The Fountain Plays
Read by Ian Carmichael 63:41, 29901, M
65:18, 30658, M
67:50, 31846, M
66:25, 31180, M
65:20, 30674, M
63:12, 29674, M
Publ. 1933
Broadcast:
01-Jan-1979
to
05-Feb-1979
R7:
09-Jan-2006
to
16-Jan-2005
Murder Must Advertise [Carmichael]
Ian Carmichael, Allan Cuthbertson, John Quentin,
Richard O’Callahan, Frank Williams, Joanna Wake,
Frances Geater, Edward di Sousa, Amanda
Murray, Greg Mandell, Beth Morris, Brian Wilde,
Gordon Clyde, Lyndon Brooke, Danny Schiller,
Philip Voss, Norman Shelley
Adapted by Alistair Beaton
Produced by Martin Fisher
25:46, 24168, S
27:00, 25322, S
24:59, 23436, S
25:40, 24068, S
25:18, 23724, S
27:52, 26128, S
audiobook
Murder Must Advertise Read by Ian Carmichael 30:40, 7218, M
20:54, 4927, M
28:21, 6675, M
28:22, 6677, M
26:59, 6354, M
22:26, 5288, M
24:39, 5808, M
26:43, 6292, M
25:52, 6094, M
24:02, 5665, M
27:01, 6362, M
28:49, 6785, M
31:26, 7397, M
31:30, 7411, M
28:30, 6708, M
25:47, 6072, M
44:12, 10389, M
43:14, 10162, M
42:51, 10072, M
40:35, 9540, M
Published 1934
Broadcast:
20-Oct-1980
to
08-Dec-1980
R7:
17-Jan-2006
to
26-Jan-2006
The Nine Tailors [Carmichael]
  1. The Bells Are Rung Up
  2. Lord Peter Is Called In
  3. Bunter Breaks the Law
  4. Hunt Moves to France
  5. Question of Identity
  6. Damnable Business
  7. All Is Not Explained
  8. Nine Tailors Make a Man
Ian Carmichael, Peter Jones, Philip Latham, Stephen
Grimes, Noel Dyson, Jennie Twigg, Hayden Wood,
John Church, Timothy Bateson, Diana Bishop,
Martin Friend, Alexander John, Brian Haines, Keith
Drinkell, Fiona Matheson, Claire Clifford, Anthony
Hyde, Margorie Withers, Peter Tottenham, Andre
Moran, Lolly Cockerel, Malcolm Terris, Leonard
Fenton, Michael Spice
Narrator: John Westbrook
Adapted by Alistair Beaton
Produced by Martin Fisher
27:38, 25912, S
27:29, 25776, S
27:45, 26024, S
27:51, 26116, S
27:48, 26066, S
27:48, 26076, S
27:49, 26090, S
25:01, 23456, S
Published 1934
Broadcast:
25-Dec-1986
The Nine Tailors [Bond]
Gary Bond, Terry Molloy, Jeffrey Dench, Mary Wimbush,
Hedliegh Nicolo, Peter Tutman, Elizabeth Proud, Joyce
Gibbs, Andrew Branch, Moira Lesley, William Eadle, Edwin
Richfield, David Lerner, Gordon Reid, Patricia Galliwaugh,
Graham Patten, Manning Wilson, Shirley Stellfox
Dramatised by Micheline Wandor
Directed by Vanessa Witburn
118:58, 166898, S
audiobook
The Nine Tailors Read by Ian Carmichael 61:08, 28694, M
70:35, 33125, M
69:46, 32746, M
67:59, 31907, M
60:54, 28591, M
64:27, 30255, M
65:48, 30889, M
49:44, 23355, M
49:08, 23070, M
73:42, 34588, M
BBC R4
24-Dec-2007 to
04-Jan-2008
The Nine Tailors Alex Jennings reads
Abridged by Penny Leicester
produced by Justine Willet
13:49, 13157, S
13:46, 13113, S
13:51, 13195, S
13:55, 13259, S
13:44, 13092, S
13:55, 13254, S
13:52, 13211, S
13:55, 13263, S
13:44, 13094, S
13:48, 13141, S
Published 1935
R7:
18-Jun-2010 to
 19-Jul-2010
Gaudy Night
Ian Carmichael, Joanna David, Jill Balcon, Frances Jeater,
Elizabeth Proud, Sarah Lawson, Elizabeth Bell, Carolyn
Jones, Angela Sims, Nicola Holmes, Tom George,
Don McCorkindale
dramatised by Michael Bakewell
directed by Enyd Williams
26:01, 24400, S
27:27, 25751, S-
27:10, 25476, S
26:55, 25237, S
27:26, 25723, S
audiobook
Gaudy Night Read by Ian Carmichael 44:05, 41386, M
29:39, 27857, M
38:50, 36464, M
42:45, 40130, M
51:59, 48782, M
38:28, 36122, M
44:05, 41378, M
49:01, 46000, M
37:30, 35208, M
32:50, 30833, M
50:43, 47597, M
48:44, 45738, M
31:00, 29620, M
35:25, 33254, M
31:32, 29620, M
32:03, 30100, M
62:50, 58958, M
39:10, 36765, M
31:49, 29877, M
39:19, 36909, M
35:42, 33528, M
54:23, 51032, M
17:30, 16462, M
Published 1937
Broadcast:
03-Jan-1983
to
07-Feb-1983
R7:
27-Jan-2006
to
03-Feb-2006
Busman’s Honeymoon [Carmichael]
  1. The Mysteries Of Married Life
  2. Credit Where Credit's Due
  3. A Policeman's Lot
  4. Not Why, But How
  5. Crossed In Love
  6. A Chain Of Circumstance
Ian Carmichael, Sarah Bedell, Peter Jones, Rosemary
Leach, Pearl Hackney, Michael Ripper, Gerald Sym,
Kenneth Branham, Roger Lloyd Pack, Peter Vaughn,
Christopher Beany, Alexander John, Patrick Newell,
David Pirt, Bernard Spear, Michael Bilton, Edward Cast,
Alex Jennings, John Westbrook
Adapted by Alastair Beaton
Produced by Martin Fisher
26:07, 24488, S
27:40, 25946, S
27:22, 25670, S
27:25, 25718, S
27:06, 25411, S
27:26, 25735, S
audiobook
Busman’s Honeymoon Read by Ian Carmichael 75:08, 35268, M
73:49, 34651, M
77:11, 36235, M
76:00, 35677, M
76:46, 36038, M
76:08, 35737, M
75:49, 35589, M
76:08, 35742, M
77:19, 36291, M
77:55, 36574, M
publ. 1939
In the Teeth of the Evidence
  1. In the Teeth of the Evidence
    (Wimsey)
  2. Absolutely Elsewhere (Wimsey)
  3. A Shot at Goal (Egg)
  4. Dirt Cheap (Egg)
  5. Bitter Almonds (Egg)
  6. False Weight (Egg)
  7. The Professor's Manuscript (Egg)
  8. The Milk-Bottles
  9. Dilemma
  10. An Arrow O'er the House
  11. Scrawns
  12. Nebuchadnezzar
  13. The Inspiration of Mr. Budd
  14. Blood Sacrifice
  15. Suspicion
  16. The Leopard Lady
  17. The Cyprian Cat
Read by Ian Carmichael 56:46, 26671, M
55:59, 26285, M
75:33, 35456, M
61:27, 28848, M
59:26, 27900, M
56:39, 26517, M
60:27, 28301, M
70:21, 33024, M
publ. 1972
Striding Folly
  1. Striding Folly
  2. The Haunted Policeman
  3. Talboys
Read by Ian Carmichael 61:41, 28956, M
63L19, 29715, M
Published 1998
(posthumously)
Thrones, Dominations
Completed by Jill Paton Walsh
Read by Ian Carmichael 1:44, 431, M
29:47, 7005, M
37:36, 8839, M
36:05, 8484, M
40:05, 9422, M
21:42, 5115, M
28:37, 6734, M
28:14, 6643, M
41:52, 9838, M
30:48, 7247, M
31:43, 7459, M
29:22, 6909, M
32:42, 7691, M
35:31, 8352, M
12:08, 2869, M
41:37, 9781, M
31:23, 7382, M
9:51, 2335, M
30:58, 7284, M
16:30, 4893, M
20:51, 4914, M
11:18, 2675, M
2:37, 638, M
2:06, 517, M
15-Dec-2011 Christmas with the Detectives 3 --
The Necklace of Pearls
Tom Conti
abridged and produced by Frank Stirling
14:53, 13955, S

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Letters: Cursed with Both Head and Heart
Dr. Barbara Reynolds, introduction
Sheila Mitchell, reader
Gillian Wilkinson
27:38, 12957, m
28-Feb-2007?
James on Sayers
PD James
7:44, 7257, S
??
Ian Carmichael Sings
  1. “Miss Otis Regrets”
  2. “You’re the Top”
  3. “You’ve Got that Thing”
Ian Carmichael
1: 2:02, 2041, S
2: 2:32, 2584, S
3: 3:15, 3230, S
Some hiss
18-May-1999?
Radio Detectives #6,
“As My Wimsey Takes Me”
Written and Presented by Professor Geoffrey Richards
Guests: Jill Paton Walsh, Ian Carmichael, Simon Brett
Research by Jane Gibson
Produced by Helen Williams
28:09, 13203, m

When Day is Done (Peter Wimsey theme tune)
Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra
4:11, 3941, M