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Last Edited: 21-Dec-2011 A Global British Comedy Collaborative document. Edited by John Lucas
Broadcast source is BBC Radio Four unless otherwise indicated. Recordings are good unless otherwise indicated.

Date Title Cast Parameters
BBC Radio 7:
24-Jan-2005
to
The Daughter of Time
(unabridged reading)
Read by Paul Young
28:04, 13161, m
29:01, 13679, m
28:28, 13352, m
28:24, 13314, m
27:25, 12855, m
26:05, 12230, m
28:35, 13399, m
28:33, 13385, m
26:28, 12410, m
27:33, 12921, m
28:15, 13243, m
26:52, 12598, m
26:15, 12311, m
26:20, 12348, m
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The Daughter of Time
(dramatization)
Peter Gilmore, Simon Hewitt, Frances Jeater,
Rosalind Schapps, Jill Litston, Steve Hodson,
Nigel Lambert, Louis Stringer, Miranda Forbes,
Graham Faulkner, Catherine Parr, Stuart Organ,
Peter Tottenham, Alex Jennings, James Thomason,
Alaric Cotter
Dramatized by Neville Teller
Directed by Graham Gauld
30:55, 14500, m
29:22, 13767, m
28:43, 13468, m
28:33, 13385, m
08-Oct-2005
The Franchise Affair
Tessa Peake-Jones, Margaret Tyzack, Ben Daniels,
Alison Skilbeck, Aidan McArdle, Steven McNicoll,
Emily Pennant-Rea, Guy Fearon, Samuel James,
Francesca Dymond, Laura Rees, Jonathan Dryden
Taylor, Leila Hackett, Sam Parks, Samuel Jones
Producer/director Ellen Dryden
86:57, 81527, S
BBC Radio 7:
17-Mar-2008 to
20-Mar-2008
The Singing Sands read by Paul Young
produced by Eiladh Macreadie
28:30, 26733, S
28:34, 26788, S
27:42, 25982, S
28:33, 26776, S
BBC Light Programme:
02-Feb-1959 to
23-Feb-1959

Brat Farrar

Frank Duncan, Alexander Archdale, Frederick Treves, Molly Rankin,
David Peel, Gillian Andrews, Lee Crutchley, BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Peter Watts

28:09, 39599, S
29:22, 41310, S
28:53, 40629, S
28:32, 40135, S