BBC Radio Plays

1978 - 2020

Monday
4 September
1978
19.20

The Monday Play

Flight Into a Wilderness by DON TAYLOR
Narrated by Conrad Phillips
1660: with the rout of the Puritans at the Restoration of the Stuarts, two former commanders in Cromwell's army find themselves fugitives and flee to New England to escape Royalist retribution. The story and characters are based on fact.
Music composed by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol

Tuesday
3 October
1978
11.05

Thirty-Minute Theatre

medium only
Jack's Wedding by DAVID BUCKLEY with The eve of the wedding is a traditional time for second thoughts, but when you are actually standing at the altar it's a bit late ... Or is it?
Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT

Sunday
22 October
1978
21.03

Vanity Fair: 4: Waterloo

A novel without a hero by William Makepeace Thackeray dramatised for radio in ten parts by Michael Kittermaster
with Sarah Badel as Becky, Petra Markham as Amelia, Timothy West as Joseph Sedley, Henry Knowles as George Osborne, John Pullen as Rawdon Crawley, Sean Barrett as William Dobbin and Alec McCowen as Thackeray
In which the Manager of the Performance, the Puppet Master, removes his characters to one of the gayest and most brilliant little capitals in Europe - Brussels, where all the Vanity Fair booths are laid out with the most tempting liveliness and splendour. What is Mrs Rawdon Crawley to do but to shine out in the great company of lords and ladies and fashionable persons who throng the town?
With Margaret Ward as Lady Bareacres, Fred Bryant as General Tufto, Gregory de Polnay as Isidor and Harold Kasket as the Corsican tyrant, Napoleon
(Timothy West is in 'The Homecoming' at the Garrick Theatre, London)
(Repeated: Tuesday 3.5 pm)

Monday
13 November
1978
19.45

The Monday Play

The Investiture by JOHN KIRKMORRIS with The young. wounded Major Reed has returned on leave during the First World War. He is also going to an Investiture at the Palace. But there is a mvstery over an ex-compatriot in the line, Charles Shanklin , only one of several events to disturb his peace of mind ...
MARY NASH (piano) Directed bv
RICHARD WORTLEY
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)

Wednesday
15 November
1978
15.05

Afternoon Theatre

Giving Up. a comedy by J. C. W. BROOK
A man gets up and goes to work and decides to give up smoking. A simple story you might say, but this time we hear it from the point of view of the various organs in his body - the inside story as it were.
The man's Brain is played by John Pullen and the other parts by ERIC ALLAN , TIM BENTINCK , ANDREW BRANCH, FRED BRYANT , JOHN GABRIEL , BRIAN HAINES , HENRY KNOWLES , ANTHONY NEW-LANDS, NIGEL LAMBERT , DANNY SCHILLER , MICHAEL SPICE, PHILIP SULLY , PHILIP VOSS , PETER WICKHAM and MANNING WILSON
Directed by GERRY JONES

Thursday
16 November
1978
15.35

Afternoon Theatre

A Life Here Between Us by JANE BEESON
' How much longer am I going on, standin' at the sink all day, no money to shop with, and buckets stood all round the house to catch the leaks? When's it coming to an end? '
Starved of any glamour in her life, Eve gets herself financially involved with a travelling salesman over the purchase of new clothes ...
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol

Monday
27 November
1978
15.05

Afternoon Theatre

Against all Natural
Instincts by JOAN LOCK
Directed by MARGARET ETALL

Tuesday
28 November
1978
11.00

Thirty-Minute Theatre

Barrable's Caper by PETER RUSSELL with Barry Evans as Dave Young Dave is having a lean spell, so he gets a job. He's quietly building this wall in this garden when the lady of the house asks him in for this drink; and before he knows where he is, he's blackmailed into helping out with the perfect robbery. But there is also this dog, a basenji, that can' bark. The alibi is impeccable. Or is it?
Directed by DAVID SPENSER

Tuesday
5 December
1978
15.35

Vanity Fair

A novel without a hero by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY and 10: The End of the Puppet Show
In which some of our puppets visit the little ducal town of Pumpernickel, where schinken. braten and kartoffeln are consumed in great quantities and in which our two heroines find their different booths in Vanity Fair before the Manager of our Performance, the Puppet Master, reluctantly - Ah Vanitas, Vanitatum - shuts up the box and his puppets. with young Georgy
Signature tune composed by MICHAEL STEER
Technical assistance to the puppets of Vanity Fair was graciously given by JOCK FARRELL, PENNY LEICESTER and ENYD CLOWES Directed by DAVID SPENSER
4.31 Announcements

Saturday
9 December
1978
14.30

Saturday-Afternoon Theatre

The BBC Repertory Company in I Know An Old Lady ... A play for radio by BETTY DAVIES
It all began when the old lady, confined to her room in a block of high-rise flats, was sent a dead fly. Other animals were to follow. Were the children in the flats just trying to frighten her? Or was there a more sinister motive behind her receipt of this menagerie?
Marilyn ALISON DRAPER Joanna ... JENNIFER PIERCEY Mrs White .HiLDA KRISEMAN Other parts played by TIM BENTINCK , ROGER HAMMOND , AMANDA MURRAY
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN

Saturday
16 December
1978
20.55

Penny Merriments

Being a way to pass the time pleasantly with a dip into Samuel Pepys 's own collection of Chap-books as selected by Norman Tozer from the edition of Roger Thomp son of the University of East Anglia at Norwich.
The Histories, Jests, Magic. Amorous Tales, and Accounts of Rogues and Fools, told by TIMOTHY BATESON
TIM BENTINCK , ALISON DRAPER, PRUNELLA SCALES, DANNY SCHILLER, ROY SPENCER , and PETER WICKHAM and played and sung by MEMBERS OF THE ALBION BAND. Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT

Saturday
23 December
1978
20.30

Saturday-Night Theatre

Dear Octopus by DODIE smith, adapted for radio by CYNTHIA PUGHE with Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies and Robert Harris
A revival of Dodie Smith's delightfully nostalgic play set in the home of Charles and Dora Randolph on the occasion of their Golden Wedding anniversary.
Directed by DAVID H. GODFREY
9.58 Weather

Sunday
24 December
1978
21.00

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

A radio version by Tom Stoppard based on his original stage play.
with Edward Petherbridge as Guildenstern, Edward Hardwicke as Rosencrantz and Freddie Jones as the Player
"An erudite comedy, punning, far-jetched, leaping from depth to dizziness" (THE OBSERVER)

Monday
25 December
1978
20.00

The Magistrate

A farce by ARTHUR W. PINERO with Nigel Stock. Jill Ben nett. Charles Gray , Maria Aitken. Anthony Daniels , Jonathan Cecil
The magistrate, circumspect and scrupulously just, has married a widow with a young son. But his wife has deceived him and the son leads him astray.
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN (Nigel Stock is in 'Look After Lulu ' at the Hay-market Theatre, London)
9.58 Weather

Thursday
28 December
1978
15.35

Afternoon Theatre: All Those Women

by David Wheeler
with Richard Hurndall as Stephen Ryan
An elderly art collector who has prided himself always on his taste in women, wishes to see them all again before he dies, so that he can leave his collection to the one who most recalls the pleasures of the past. But memory is so unreliable...

Sunday
4 February
1979
22.15

Call Me Ishmael

A feature about
Herman Melville (1819-1891)
Written and presented by Michael Meyer with Colin Blakely as Herman Melville
In one sad respect, the author of Moby Dick was unique among great novelists. He was both famous and forgotten in his lifetime.
Born in New York, he was 20 when he signed on as a cabin boy - a deeply shocking experience. His later adventures as a whaler, deserter and mutineer were described in his novels Typee and Omoo, which were successful, and in his masterpiece Moby Dick , which was a failure. Two years after Moby Dick , a fire at his publishers' destroyed his books and the plates from which they had been printed. They were not reprinted during his lifetime. Billy Budd , finished just before his death, was accidentally discovered some 30 years later, with TIM BENTINCK
JOE DUNLOP , ADRIAN BGAN
PAUL MAXWELL , BILL MONKS PENELOPE REYNOLDS
EVA STUART and HARRY TOWB Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS
(Moby Dick : tomorrow 7.20)

Saturday
17 March
1979
20.30

Saturday-Night Theatre

Patrick Mower in The Humane Solution by STEVE GALLAGHER with Peter Pacey Malcolm Hayes and Anthony Hall
A journalist and his photographer are fog-bound at an airport in Holland. The situation seems unusual - until the story breaks around them. A scoop! But the implications behind the story make it unlikely that the truth will ever be revealed. Can silence be bought at a price? And are there possibly occasions when an end can justify the means?
Other parts played by BILL MONKS , TIM BENTINCK , EVA STUART and members of the cast.
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN (Repeated: Mon 3.5 pm)

Thursday
17 May
1979
20.00

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

A radio version by Tom Stoppard based ou his original stage play \ and Tragedians and others
TIM BENTINCK , ANDREW BRANCH, ROGER HAMMOND , PHILIP SULLY , PHILIP VOSS and PETER WICKHAM
Music by MARC WILKINSON Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN
An erudite comedy, punning, far-fetched, leaping from depth to dizziness
(THE OBSERVER)

Tuesday
22 May
1979
15.35

Westward Ho!

by CHARLES KINGSLEY 6: Homeward Bound
Three years have Amyas Leigh and his dwindling band of seafarers lived and fought and survived in the South American jungles, until one brilliant coup enables them to gain the treasure they need to return home ...
Narrator WILLIAM SQUIRE
Commandant.TIM BENTINCK Don Alvarez JOHN BULL
Other parts played by DEREK GRAHAM , TIM MEATS
Music composed and conducted by NICHOLAS MARSHALL
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
4.30 Announcements

Sunday
3 June
1979
20.00

A Voice from the Chorus

by ANDREY SINYAVSKY adapted for radio by HALLAM TENNYSON from the translation of MAX HAYWARD and KYRIL FITZLYON with Paul Scofleld as Andrey and ERIC ALLAN , SEAN BARRETT, TIMOTHY BATESON , TIM BENTINCK , MALCOLM HAYES , JOHN HOLLIS , STEFAN KALIPHA , HAROLD KASKET , HILDA KRISEMAN ,GEOFFREY MATTHEWS , DANNY SCHILLER , PHILIP SULLY and DAVID SWIFT as the Chorus
Andrey Sinyavsky was sentenced to six years in a Soviet labour camp in 1965. A Voice from the Chorus is compiled from the 4etters he wrote to his wife. Songs composed by STEPHEN OLIVER
JOHN TOMLINSON (singer) ANTHEA GIFFORD (guitar)
TOMMY REILLY (harmonica) Directed by HALLAM TENNYSON
Paul Scofield , speaking light as paper and hard as steel ...y managed to slide, within seconds, from lofty meditation to the ludicrous. (OBSERVER)

Monday
23 July
1979
15.05

Afternoon Theatre

The Greenhill Pals by BRIAN THOMPSON
(Leslie Sands is a National Theatre player)

Tuesday
14 August
1979
22.00

Penny Merriments

A dip into Samuel Pepys's own collection of Chap-books as selected by Norman Tozer from the edition of Roger Thompson of the University of East Anglia at Norwich.
The Histories, Jests, Magic. Amorous Tales, and Accounts of Rogues and Fools, told by TIMOTHY BATESON, TIM BENTINCK , ALISON DRAPER , PRUNELLA SCALES, DANNY SCHILLER , ROY SPENCER and PETER WICKHAM, and played and sung by THE CITY WAITES Under the direction of DOUG WOOTON. Directed by PIERS PLOWRIGHT followed by an interlude

Tuesday
21 August
1979
22.30

Call Me Ishmael

A feature about Herman Melville (1819-1891)
Written and presented by Michael Meyer
TIM BENTINCK
JOE DUNLOP. ADRIAN EGAN
PAUL MAXWELL. BILL MONKS PENELOPE REYNOLDS ,
EVA STUART and HARRY TOWB
Directed by JOHN THEOCHARIS
(First broadcast on R4VK)

Sunday
30 November
1980
22.15

The British Seafarer

A history in 26 parts, In the words of those who have made the history. 16: Master Mariner
To be captain of a ship has always been one of the most demanding and many-sided responsibilities an ordinary citizen can undertake. What sort of men has it produced?
Readers: LEONARD MAGUIRE , JOE DUNLOP , ANTHONY NEWLANDS , MICHAEL GOLDIE , ANTHONY HALL , RONALD BADDILEY, DAVID ASHFORD , BILL MONKS, TIMOTHY BENTINCK , KATHLEEN HELME , CAROLE BOYD , JOHN HOLLIS
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Programme consultant and presenter Basil Greenhill, Director, National Maritime Museum
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Book, same title, published by BBC Publications and Hutchinson, £5.95 paperback, £9.95 hardback

Saturday
27 December
1980
15.25

The Greatest Englishman

bv PAUL HYLAND
A portrait of St Boniface of Crediton. Apostle to Germany (680-754)
'A man of piety and energy about whom a surprising amount is known, mostly because as a missionary administrator, he wrote many letters and many of these letters have survived. The portrait was illumined, as in a medieval manuscript. by a melodious production and by the comment of Dame Felicitas Corrigan. Appropriate that St Boniface, who in his lifetime was venerated by many nuns, should be appraised by this wise and beautifully spoken religious.' (THE GUARDIAN) with contributions by Professor E. W. F. Tomlin, CBE, and Peter Cousins Narrator NEIL STACY Musical research and direction by CHRISTOPHER WALKER with members of SS Peter and Paul Cath edral Choir, Clifton
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN . BBC Bristol

 

Tuesday
14 April
1981
11.05

Double Act

Stop Me if You've Heard it Before
A rearrangement of an old fairytale by SARAH MAXWELL with and The toad needs to be kissed by a princess to be turned back into a handsome prince. Any old princess will do ...
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (Nicky Henson is a National Theatre player) High Midnight bv GEOFFREY M. MATTHEWS When Ringo rides into town to claim Dallas as his woman, he guns down Marshall Snelgrove. The Kid picks up his badge, but as High Noon has already passed, gives
Ringo till midnight to git outa town.
The ' High midnight ' song played and sung by TIM BENTINCK Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT

Thursday
28 November
1985
10.30

Morning Story

Tripe by FRANCIS GIBBONS
Read by Timothy Bentinck Producer DIANE CULVERHOUSE BBC Birmingham

Thursday
9 January
1986
10.30

Morning Story

Level byMARKCHILDS
Read by Timothy Bentinck
'I don't know how far we went down but it felt like we were going to the centre of the earth.
Then the lift stopped, the doors opened, we showed the guard at the door our passes and we were out. Level 5.'
Producer diane CULVERHOUSE BBC Birmingham

Sunday
30 September
1990
14.30

Sunday Playhouse

Typhoid Mary

Shirley Gee 's award-winning play based on the true story of a typhoid-carrier.
With Helen Horton ,
Nicolette McKenzie , Andrew Branch , Tim Bentinck , Alan Tilvern , Rod Beacham ,
Harry Towb and John Bull. Director David Spenser. Stereo

Sunday
10 March
1996
8.50

Tim Bentinck

speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which supports and provides information for people who have terminated a pregnancy as a result of an abnormality.
DONATIONS TO: SATFA (Support around
Termination for Abnormality), [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS: (0171) [number removed]

Monday
28 May
2001
19.45

Growing Pains

A five-part anthology in celebration of parenthood, featuringTim Bentinck , Lindsay Duncan ,
Barbara Rynn and Geoffrey Palmer. Introduced by poet Kate Clanchy. 1: Conception and Pregnancy Director Lindsay Leonard. Repeated from 10.45am

Thursday
17 June
2004
15.28

Radio 4 Appeal

The actor Timothy Bentinck, who plays David Archer in The Archers, appeals on behalf of Counsel and Care, charity that gives help and advice to older people.
Donations: Counsel and Care, [address removed]
Credit cards: [number removed]
Repeated from Sunday at 7.55am

Sunday
13 February
2005
18.30

Drama on 3

The Beaux' Stratagem
George Farquhar 's Restoration comedy in which two penniless dandies flee London society for the countryside and evolve a stratagem for each to ensnare a wife of fortune and beauty. Adapted and directed by John Tydeman.
Producer Nicolas Soames

Tuesday
10 January
2006
16.30

A Good Read

6/10. Art critic and presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon and actor Tim Bentinck (David in The Archers) join Sue MacGregor to talk about the books they love. producer Beth O'Dea Repeated on Sunday at 11pm

 

 

 


BBC Radio 4 - 1980-01-16, 12-27

 Double Act
A selection of plays from the series 
Just Before Midnight Mr Bruin who Once Drove the Bus by DON HAWORTH with strive to arrive more punctually. Make it your aim your target, your goal. So that one day we shall have the pleasure of chiselling on your head-stone .......... .. Mr Bruin, as everontime.'' ' 
Directed by JOHN CARDY  
The Kitchen Maid by PETER RUSSELL 
BOWEN .......... Had a gander at the garden? Nice out there. Might take some cuttings. lift a tuber. She wouldn't notice, would she? 
MILTON Not with her throat cut from ear to ear -no, sir.  
Directed by GERRY JONES  
12.55 Weather .......... programme news .......... long uave only
Contributors
 Don Haworth
 Directed By .......... John Cardy
 Peter Russell
 Directed By .......... Gerry Jones
 Mr Bruin .......... John Bott
 Headmaster .......... Brian Haines
 Narrator .......... Philip Fox
 Connie cupboard .......... Eva Stuart
 Fatty Foggon .......... John Bull
 Mr Pilchard .......... Roger Hammond
 Councillor Garbage .......... Peter Baldwin
 First boy in bus .......... Jean England
 First girl in bus .......... Tammy Ustinov
 Other children .......... Gina Bellman
 Other children .......... Adrian Cale
 Other children .......... Katherine Hughes
 Other children .......... Darren Phelan
 Other children .......... Barren Smalley
 Other children .......... Howard Taylor
 Insp Bowen .......... David Lodge
 Sgt Milton .......... Nigel Lambert
 Tim .......... Tim Bentinck
 Tracey .......... Karen Archer


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-02-07, 15-15

 Afternoon Theatre
All the Way Down by CHRISTOPHER DENYS  
' When was the last time you sat down in a pub with a few friends and " enjoyed " a drink? Just one. For the company. Without getting irritated because they drank so slow. Without getting yourself an extra double every time it was your round ...'  
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol
Contributors
  Christopher Denys
 Directed By: Brian Miller
 Colin: Norman Bowler
 Janet: Marion Fiddick
 George: Manning Wilson
 Mrs Monks: Marcot Boyd
 Sheila: Jenifer Armitage
 Adele: Hedli Niklaus
 Clifford: Simon Shaw
 Frank: Jacx Holloway
 Joe: Barkley Jonnson
 Gerry: Tim Bentinck
 Veronica: Maureen Beddoes


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-03-22, 14-30

 Saturday-Afternoon Theatre
A Life Here Between Us by JANE BEESON 
, How much longer am I going on, standin' at the sink all day, no money to shop with, and buckets stood all round the house to catch the leaks? When's it coming to an end? ' 
Starved of any glamour in her life, Eve gets herself financially involved with a travelling salesman over the purchase of new clothes ...  
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol  long wave only
Contributors
  Jane Beeson
 Directed By: Brian Miller
 Eve: Allison Hancock
 Joe: Tim Bentinck
 Angy: Heather Bell
 Tom: Danny Schiller
 Hepjohn: Peter Wickham


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-04-13, 22-15

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts in the words of those who have made the history 
1 .......... Introduction-The Deep Sea 
Sea covers 70 per cent of the globe; man himself was cradled in it. Our maritime history is a story which everyone thinks they know - and which on the whole they don't .......... the great unknown subject. It is an amazing human achievement, and all the more so because so much of it is salt sores, the stench of bilge-water, and weevilly biscuits. 
Readers .......... GARARD GREEN. CAROLE BOYD , DAVID MARCH, TIMOTHY BATESON , NIGEL LAMBERT , RONALD BADDILEY , MICHAEL GOLDIE , ANTHONY HALL , DAVID CASEY. MALCOLM TERRIS , TIMOTHY BENTINCK , RONALD HERDMAN , LEONARD MAGUIRE , ROBERT TROTTER. GORDON GOSTELOW , HENRY KNOWLES , ROBERT LANG , DOUGLAS BLACKWELL and KATHLEEN HELM. 
Programme consultants and presenters .......... Basil Greenhill (Director, the National Maritime Museum) and Robin Craig (Lecturer in Economic History, University College, London) 
Special sound by DICK MILLS of the BBC Radio-phonic Workshop Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , , in collaboration with the Na- , tional Maritime 
Museum 
(Neat week .......... 2 - Canvas, Hemp and Wood)
Contributors
 Carole Boyd
 Timothy Bateson
 Nigel Lambert
 Ronald Baddiley
 Michael Goldie
 Anthony Hall
 David Casey.
 Malcolm Terris
 Timothy Bentinck
 Ronald Herdman
 Leonard Maguire
 Robert Trotter.
 Gordon Gostelow
 Henry Knowles
 Robert Lang
 Douglas Blackwell
 Presenters .......... Basil Greenhill
 Presenters .......... Robin Craig
 Dick Mills
 Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-05-19, 19-45

 The Monday Play
A New Step Every Day 
A story of rehabilitation by ROBIN R. TAYLOR with and  As young dancer. 
Tom Bryceland has to face the emotional and physical shock of multiple selerosis. It seems as if there is nothing left to live for. But Tom is determined to come to terms with his handicap at a rehabilitation centre he is given various mental and physical therapies to help him face his future with hope. Jack Feathers. BRYAN HAINES  
MARY NASH (piano) 
Directed by DAVID SPENSER (Repeated .......... Sun 2.30 pm)
Contributors
 Robin R. Taylor
 Tom Bryceland
 Jack Feathers.
 Bryan Haines
 Piano .......... Mary Nash
 Directed By .......... David Spenser
 Tom Biryceland .......... Michael Maloney
 Maggie Cunningham .......... Jill Balcon
 Gwen .......... Charlotte Mitchell
 Rosie .......... Diana Bishop
 Larry .......... Tim Bentinck
 Choreographer .......... Michael Deacon
 Doctor .......... Geoffrey Collins
 Barry Jenkins .......... Jack Carr
 Joyce Clarke .......... Eve Karpf
 Brian Maybury .......... Peter Baldwin
 Alix Wakefield .......... Sonia Fraser
 Mr Wingate .......... Malcolm Hayes
 Mrs Stone .......... Margot Boyd
 Muriel .......... Josie Kidd
 Pam .......... Eva Stuart
 Alan Cunningham .......... John Bull
 Stephen Marley .......... Nigel Greaves.


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-06-16, 19-45

 The Monday Play
Now and at the Hour of Our Birth by BRUCE STEWART with Lee Montague Helen Horton Robert Beatty Ed Bishop 
Paul Maxwell 
Was Jim Jones , the leader of the People's Temple (whose members committed mass suicide in Guyana in 1978) insane? If he was, then the madness did not manifest itself so much in the new social order he intended to create, but in the methods he used to bring it about - the methods of a paranoid whose mind was under the constant influence of drugs. 
GEOFFREY  BRAWN  (organ and celeste) 
Directed by MARTIN JENKINS (Repeated .......... next Sun 2.30) Preview .......... page 23
Contributors
 Bruce Stewart
 Lee Montague
 Helen Horton
 Robert Beatty
 Ed Bishop
 Paul Maxwell
 Was Jim Jones
 Geoffrey Brawn
 Directed By .......... Martin Jenkins
 The Rev Jim Jones .......... Lee Montague
 Edith Bessamer .......... Hilda Krlseman
 MacElvane .......... Murray Kash
 Marceline Jones .......... Helen Horton
 Bridie Pastorelle .......... Catherine Kessler
 Harriet Trent .......... Amanda Murray
 Richard Trent .......... Ed Bishop
 Sweet Daddy Grace .......... Brian Haines
 Don Harris .......... John Church
 Congressman Ryan .......... Paul Maxwell
 Larry Schacht .......... Tim Bentinck
 Maria Katsaris .......... Beth Porter
 Ben Larsen .......... Robert Beatty
 Lenin .......... Brian Carroll
 Sharon Amos .......... Annie Ross
 Luscombe .......... Anthony Hyde


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-07-21, 19-45

 The Monday Play
God's Chosen Children by RAMSAY WILLIAMS 
A new Church will be established under a new Prophet. Be ready, Joseph Smith for you shall be the prophet for this time of the living God! 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or the I Mormon ! faith as it came to be known, was established 150 years ago this year in the United States in a time of religious and messianic ferment. This play chronicles the epic struggle of the church to survive, from the death of Joseph Smith , the great trek to Utah under the leadership of Brigham Young, to the death of Young some years after the American Civil War. with   Hymns sung by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Salt Lake City, USA 
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC Bristol (Rptd.Sun 
2.30 pm) ,
Contributors
 Ramsay Williams
 Joseph Smith
 Jesus Christ
 Joseph Smith
 Directed By .......... Brian Miller
 Brigham Young .......... Ramsay Williams
 John Taylor .......... Bob Sherman
 Mary Kendall .......... Ann Murray
 Amelia Kendall .......... Eva Haddon
 Kendall .......... Hal Jeayes
 Lydia .......... Amanda Murray
 Will .......... Peter Whitman
 Nephi/Sam Houston .......... Carrick Hagon
 Rigdon .......... Keith Alexander
 Kimball .......... ,patrick Barr
 Pratt .......... Rex Holdsworth
 Filbert/Horace Greeley/Porter .......... Bill Wallis
 McBride/Leon .......... Tim Bentinck
 Larsen/Silas Creel .......... Graham Faulkner
 Jones/Stanger/Dennis .......... Kerry Shale
 Flora/Hepzibah .......... Amanda Bell
 Angel .......... Margaret Robertson


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-09-08, 19-45

 The Monday Play
Darts with the Boys by WILLIAM INGRAM 
Gwyn feels a misfit at university, abandons it and returns to his mining village in the Rhondda where he is visited by an upper-class ex-fellow student. The feeling is that the villagers will find the stranger alien and that Gwyn will have proved himself right to have returned to his roots. But the visitor is a success in the community and it is Gwyn who, even at home, proves to be out of place.  
Directed by ENYD WILLIAMS  BBC Wales
Contributors
  William Ingram
 Directed By: Enyd Williams
 Gwyn: Huw Ceredig
 Adrian: Tim Bentinck
 Ruth: Myfanwy Talog
 Mam: Margaret John
 Dad: Gerald James
 Trevor: Sion Probert
 Dilwyn: Dewi Morris
 Uncle Gwil: Dillwyn Owen


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-09-09, 11-05

 Thirty-Minute Theatre
The Shanghai Conspiracy by ALEX PAGE 
At the end of World War n, Shanghai was in a state of limbo. For the members of a small counter-intelligence unit of the us Army life was all play and no work - until one morning when the fiery Major Rocklyn burst in from Headquarters and changed the course of history.   
Directed by GERRY JONES
Contributors
 Directed By: Gerry Jones
 Pete: Peter Whitman
 Jocko: Tim Bentinck
 Scolly: Peter Marinker
 Wang: Ric Young
 Capt Musgrove: David Healy
 Major Rocklyn: Bruce Boa
 General Schmiedeking: John Church


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-10-13, 11-05

 The Greatest Englishman
A portrait of Saint Boniface of Crediton, Apostle to Germany by PAUL HYLAND 
John Franklyn-Robbins as Saint 
Boniface Wynfrith of Crediton,   better known as St Boni face, Apostle to Germany. was born in Devonshire 
1.300 years ago. 
This programme is based largely on his correspondence and other contemporary sources with contributions by PROFESSOR E. W. F. TOMLIN, CBE, DAME FELICITAS CORRI-GAN, OSB, and PETER cousins    
Musical research and direction by CHRISTOPHER WALKER with members of SS Peter and Paul Cath edral Choir. Clifton 
Directed by SHAUN MAC -LOUGHLIN, BBC Bristol long wave only
Contributors
 Paul Hyland
 John Franklyn-Robbins
 Boniface Wynfrith
 St Boni
 Christopher Walker
 Paul Cath
 Directed By .......... Shaun Mac
 Narrator .......... Neil Stacy
 Willibald .......... Bill Wallis
 Eadburga .......... Constance Chapman
 Gregory II/Aldebert .......... Sean Barrett
 Daniel/Ethelbert .......... Eric Allan
 Willibrord/Grcgory III/ Miltret .... .......... Steve Hodson
 Charles Martel/Zacharias .......... Tim Bentinck
 Leoba .......... Heather Moray


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-10-25, 20-30

 1 Saturday-Night Theatre
The Last Invasion of London by JOHN ROBERT KING    
In 1497 ' An Gof the smithy from St Keverne, and Tomas Flamank , a lawyer from Bodmin, both men of very different character and ambition, became joint leaders of the Cornish army that rebelled against Henry VII 's taxes. 
BRENDA WOOTTON Sings some new songs by RICHARD GENDALL  
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol (Repeated .......... 
Mon 3.2 pm  
9.58 Weather
Contributors
 John Robert King
 Tomas Flamank
 Henry Vii
 Brenda Wootton
 Songs By .......... Richard Gendall
 An Gof .......... Geoffrey Matthews
 Tomas Flamank .......... Donald McBride
 Peder .......... And Peter Pacey
 Jane .......... June Marlow
 Henry VII .......... John Rowe
 Daubeney .......... Christian Rodska
 Oby .......... Roger Snowdon
 Audley .......... Tim Bentinck
 Mary .......... Gwen Taylor
 Whalley .......... John Abineri
 Sir Richard .......... Ronald Russell
 John Rosewarne .......... David Ponting
 Woman in crowd .......... Stella Riley


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-11-09, 22-15

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts, in the words of those who have made the history. 13 .......... Fisherman  
Small-craft fishing has probably changed less over the centuries than almost any other kind of seafaring. Its centre is timeless - wet, cold and the heavy weight of the catch. 
Readers DAVID ASHFORD , LEONARD MAGUIRE , DAVID CASEY , ANTHONY NEWLANDS. RONALD HERDMAN , TIMOTHY BENTINCK. KATHLEEN HELME , BILL MONKS, MICHAEL GOL-DIE, JOE DUNLOP 
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop 
Programme consultant KEITH MATTHEWS , Chairman, Maritime History Group. Memorial University of St John 's, Newfoundland 
Presenter Basil Greenhill Director, National Maritime Museum. Greenwich Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Contributors
 Readers .......... David Ashford
 Readers .......... Leonard Maguire
 Readers .......... David Casey
 Readers .......... Anthony Newlands.
 Readers .......... Ronald Herdman
 Readers .......... Timothy Bentinck.
 Readers .......... Kathleen Helme
 Dick Mills
 Keith Matthews
 St John
 Presenter .......... Basil Greenhill
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-11-23, 22-15

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts, in the words of those who have made the history. 
15 .......... Engineroom and Stokehold 
In the great steamer the bridge was a gold-braided Olympus; the engineroom a kind of underworld; and the stokehold Hades itself. Yet engineers could regard their huge machines with almost religious devotion; and the sub-human stoker of legend plied in fact a skilled trade. 
Readers .......... ANTHONY NEW-LANDS, LEONARD MAGUIRE. TIMOTHY BENTINCK , ROBERT TROTTER , DOUGLAS BLACK-WELL, BILL MONKS, RONALD BADDILEY , DAVID CASEY , ANTHONY HALL , DAVID ASH-FORD. JOHN HOLLIS , JOE DUNLOP. 
Programme consultant and presenter Campbell Mac-Murray, Assistant Keeper, Dept of mss and Printed Books, National Maritime Museum. 
Special sound DICK MILLS BBC Radiophonic 
Workshop. Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Contributors
 Leonard Maguire.
 Timothy Bentinck
 Robert Trotter
 Ronald Baddiley
 David Casey
 Anthony Hall
 Ford. John Hollis
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-11-30, 22-15

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts, In the words of those who have made the history. 16 .......... Master Mariner 
To be captain of a ship has always been one of the most demanding and many-sided responsibilities an ordinary citizen can undertake. What sort of men has it produced? 
Readers .......... LEONARD MAGUIRE , JOE DUNLOP , ANTHONY NEWLANDS , MICHAEL GOLDIE , ANTHONY HALL , RONALD BADDILEY, DAVID ASHFORD , BILL MONKS, TIMOTHY BENTINCK , KATHLEEN HELME , CAROLE BOYD , JOHN HOLLIS 
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop 
Programme consultant and presenter Basil Greenhill, Director, National Maritime Museum 
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON 
Book, same title, published by BBC Publications and Hutchinson, £5.95 paperback, £9.95 hardback
Contributors
 Readers .......... Leonard Maguire
 Readers .......... Joe Dunlop
 Anthony Newlands
 Michael Goldie
 Anthony Hall
 David Ashford
 Timothy Bentinck
 Kathleen Helme
 Carole Boyd
 John Hollis
 Dick Mills
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-12-07, 22-15

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts, in the words of those who have made the history. 17 .......... The Small Port 
' Oh, very busy, you know. you'd see perhaps brigs schooners, little steamers and umpteen barges, ketches, all rigs, you know. Oh, yes, I've seen 'em three abreast along that quay in my young days.' 
Readers .......... MICHAEL GOLDIE, KATHLEEN HELME , CAROLE BOYD , RONALD BADDILEY , DAVID ASHFORD , ANTHONY HALL , JOE DUNLOP. BILL MONKS, JOHN HOLLIS and TIMOTHY BENTINCK 
Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonic Workshop 
Programme consultant and presenter Basil Greenhill Director National Maritime Museum. 
Composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON 
(This series to be resumed in spring 1981)
Contributors
 Kathleen Helme
 Carole Boyd
 Ronald Baddiley
 David Ashford
 Anthony Hall
 Joe Dunlop.
 John Hollis
 Timothy Bentinck
 Dick Mills
 Presenter .......... Basil Greenhill
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1980-12-27, 15-25

 The Greatest Englishman
bv PAUL HYLAND 
A portrait of St Boniface of Crediton. Apostle to Germany (680-754)  
'A man of piety and energy about whom a surprising amount is known, mostly because as a missionary administrator, he wrote many letters and many of these letters have survived. The portrait was illumined, as in a medieval manuscript. by a melodious production and by the comment of Dame Felicitas Corrigan. Appropriate that St Boniface, who in his lifetime was venerated by many nuns, should be appraised by this wise and beautifully spoken religious.' (THE GUARDIAN) with contributions by Professor E. W. F. Tomlin, CBE, and Peter Cousins Narrator NEIL STACY   Musical  research and direction by CHRISTOPHER WALKER with members of SS Peter and Paul Cath edral Choir, Clifton 
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN . BBC Bristol
Contributors
 Paul Hyland
 Narrator .......... Neil Stacy
 Christopher Walker
 Paul Cath
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 St Boniface .......... John Franklyn-Robbins
 Willibald .......... Bill Wallis
 Eadburga .......... Constance Chapman
 Gregory II .......... Sean Barrett
 Aldebert .......... Sean Barrett
 Daniel .......... Eric Allan
 Ethelbert .......... Eric Allan
 Willibroad .......... Steve Hodson
 Gregory III .......... Steve Hodson
 Milret .......... Steve Hodson
 Charles Martel .......... Tim Bentinck
 Zacharias .......... Tim Bentinck
 Leoba .......... Heather Moray


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-01-26, 11-05

 Excursion to an Emperor
A Portrait of Augustus Smith of Scilly (1804-72) by JOHN WILKIE 
' His rule was absolute and his word the law. To oppose him spelt ostracism and deportation.' 
1 His rents he spent upon the people.' 
' The last example of a beneficent autocrat, a peaceful Frederick the Great, but bent on making people happy and prosperous.' 
Narrator CHRISTIAN RODSKA 
Other parts by MICHAEL SPICE , PAUL NICHOLSON and CAROLINE GOODALL 
Contributions by ROBERT DORRIEN-SMITH 
, MRS CHRISTOPHER, PETER CLOUGH , ROY COOPER , FRANK GIBSON , ROY GRAHAM , 
RICHARD JENKINS and JOHN WOOSNAM 
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN 
BBC Bristol long wave only
Contributors
 Augustus Smith
 John Wilkie
 Narrator .......... Christian Rodska
 Michael Spice
 Paul Nicholson
 Caroline Goodall
 Robert Dorrien-Smith
 Peter Clough
 Roy Cooper
 Frank Gibson
 Roy Graham
 Richard Jenkins
 John Woosnam
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Augustus Smith .......... Andrew Hilton
 W T Johns .......... Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-02-07, 20-30
There'll Almost Be an England

 Saturday-Night Theatre
Contributors
  Bruce Stewart
  Maisie Coulthard.
 Maisie Coulthard, the: Elizabeth Bell
 Alex Hannibal: Robert Morris
 Waverly: John Rye
 Jasper Codd: John Hollis
 President Eremasi: Olu Jacobs
 Kamina Eremasi: Isabelle Lucas
 Wesley T Schumacher: Robert Beatty
 Blanche Schumacher: Jenny Lee
 Bluey Baxter: Bruce Stewart
 Archbishop Tostino: Anthony Newlands
 Nikolai Grigori: Malcolm Hayes
 Dr Freda Vinson: Jane Knowles
 Commentator: John Webb
 MP: Jonathan Scott
 Fr Ciccolini: Tim Bentinck
 Comrade Rostrova: Kathryn Hurlbutt


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-02-25, 15-02

 Afternoon Theatre
The Trotlinen by TED WALKER with ' Missus at  death's door
Just had a babby and struck with purple fever, 
Nothing in the house to eat. Me dole money all gone on doctor's bills and medicine.'  
' Where you from?  ' Brummagem.'  
' Should've stayed put, mate. Coming down south, pinching our jobs off us.' The play is set on the South Coast in 1937.  Directed by  SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN BBC Bristol
Contributors
  Ted Walker
 George: John Rowe
 Edie: Kathryn Hurlbutt
 Gran: Sonia Fraser
 Andrew: Rosalind Adams
 Doctor: Peter Copley
 Labourer: Tim Bentinck
 Foreman: Roger Snowdon


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-03-27, 15-02

 Afternoon Theatre
Men of Violence by JAN NEEDLE with Leslie Sands Eric Allan and Kenneth Cranham 
Albert Winterbottom is a cantankerous, violent old fisherman, but when his boat runs aground, regional television journalists turn him into a local hero. The resultant publicity causes an outbreak of violence, but who is really responsible?   
Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT
Contributors
 Leslie Sands
 Eric Allan
 Kenneth Cranham
 Albert Winterbottom
 Directed By .......... Michael Bartlett
 Albert Winterbottom .......... Leslie Sands
 John Spragg .......... Eric Allan
 Polly .......... Amanda Murray
 Blaze .......... Kenneth Cranham
 Tom .......... Bill Monks
 Capt Clark .......... Norman Shelley
 Mrs Winterbottom .......... Betty Hardy
 Les .......... Kenneth Shanley
 Dave .......... John Vine
 Jim .......... Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-04-14, 11-05

 Double Act
Stop Me if You've Heard it Before 
A rearrangement of an old fairytale by SARAH MAXWELL with and   The toad needs to be kissed by a princess to be turned back into a handsome prince. Any old princess will do ...  
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (Nicky Henson is a National Theatre player) High Midnight bv GEOFFREY M. MATTHEWS When Ringo rides into town to claim Dallas as his woman, he guns down Marshall Snelgrove. The Kid picks up his badge, but as High Noon has already passed, gives 
Ringo till midnight to git outa town.  
The ' High midnight ' song played and sung by TIM BENTINCK  Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT
Contributors
 Sarah Maxwell
 Directed By .......... Glyn Dearman
 Directed By .......... Nicky Henson
 Geoffrey M. Matthews
 Sung By .......... Tim Bentinck
 Directed By .......... Michael Bartlett
 the Princess .......... Mollie Sugden
 the Toad .......... Nicky Henson
 Second toad .......... Colin Haigh
 Pancho .......... Kerry Shale
 Ringo .......... John Rye
 Dallas .......... Kathryn Hurlbutt
 The Kid .......... John McAndrew
 Marshall .......... Tim Bentinck
 Mayor McGee .......... Patrick Barr


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-07-26, 18-45

 Excursion to an Emperor
A portrait of AUGUSTUS 
SMITH OF SCILLY (1804-72) by JOHN WILKIE 
'The last example of a beneficient autocrat. a peaceful Frederick the Great, but bent on making people happy and prosperous after his own model, not according to their impulses. " All for the people, nothing through the people." ' 
Narrator CHRISTIAN RODSKA   
Other parts by MICHAEL 
SPICE, PAUL NICHOLSON and CAROLINE GOODALL 
Contributions by ROBERT DORRIEN-SMITH , 
MRS CHRISTOPHER , PETER CLOUGH , ROY COOPER. FRANK GIBSON , ROY GRAHAM. 
RICHARD JENKINS and JOHN WOOSNAM Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  
BBC Bristol
Contributors
 John Wilkie
 Paul Nicholson
 Caroline Goodall
 Robert Dorrien-Smith
 Mrs Christopher
 Peter Clough
 Roy Cooper.
 Frank Gibson
 Roy Graham.
 Richard Jenkins
 John Woosnam
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Augustus Smith .......... Andrew Hilton
 W T Johns .......... Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-08-13, 15-02

 Afternoon Theatre
Tell Me When the Feeling Stops by COLIN HAYDN EVANS with Jane Knowles as Judy ' The " cause " of my disability, Mum, was a ear rolling over my back, leaving me - as I am. If, just if, your Mr Soper could actually bring back the sensation in my legs, do you know what the result would be? '  
' You'd walk, Judy. You'd walk again.' 
I'd scream blue murder.'  
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBC Bristol
Contributors
 Colin Haydn Evans
 Jane Knowles
 Mr Soper
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Dr Balkin .......... Gabriel Woolf
 Chris/Disc jockey .......... Christian Rodska
 Liz/Ward sister .......... Diana Bishop
 Mrs Shelley .......... Margot Boyd
 Cathy .......... Angela Phillips
 Mr Fellows/Clive Standish .......... Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-11-07, 20-30

 Saturday-Night Theatre
Operation Lightning Pegasus 
A comedy by ALICK ROWE with Timothy West as Agamemnon 
What really happened at the fall of Troy? Was the episode of the wooden horse as heroic as Homer would have it? Or was his Iliad a cover-up, a PR job, for what was in fact a military fiasco?  
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN. BBC Bristol (Repeated: Mon 3.2 pm)
Contributors
 Comedy By: Alick Rowe
  Timothy West
 Directed By: Shaun MacLoughlin.
 Andromache: Joy Harrison
 Hector: Neil Stacy
 Achilles: Henry Stamper
 Patroclus: Nicholas Courtney
 Melops: Christian Rodska
 PhiliCUS: Ronald Herdman
 Menelaus: Siôn Probert
 Odysseus: Hugh Dickson
 Helen: Norma Ronald
 Paris: Tim Bentinck
 Priam: Andrew Hilton
 Cassandra: Rosalind Adams
 Diomedes: Geoffrey Bateman
 Harpist: Valerie Aldrich-Smitb


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BBC Radio 4 - 1981-11-12, 15-02

 Afternoon Theatre
Mother Care by TIM ASPINALL with Petra Malcolm as Rose and Elizabeth Bell as Kay Rose , a sixth-former at a girls' public school in London, is awaiting the results of a scholarship to Cambridge. When James and Kay, her thoroughly nice middle-class, liberal-minded parents learn that Rose is about to become a mother, they aren't quite sure how to react.   
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBC Bristol
Contributors
  Tim Aspinall
  Petra Malcolm
  Elizabeth Bell
  Kay Rose
 Directed By: Shaun MacLoughlin
 James: John Rowe
 Jo: Jenny Twigge
 Pat: Judith Arthy
 David: John Abineri
 Jean: Sarah Benfield
 Librarian: Steve Hodson
 Harry: Rupert Graves
 Terry: Cornelius Garrett
 Bus conductor: Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-04-03, 15-30

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts 
12 .......... The Tramp and the Liner 
The tramp steamer was a legend of rust, soot, decks awash and dirty, smelly cargoes bound for steamy or icy ports. The liner was a legend of Metro-Goldwyn-baroque decor; blazing lights, haute cuisine and triple expansion engines 40 foot high. The legends were not too far from reality. 
Readers CORDON GOSTELOW, ROBERT LANG, ROBERT 
TROTTER. MALCOLM TERRIS, RONALD HERD.MAN, HENRY KNOWLES, KATHLEEN HELM, 
DOUGLAS BLACKWELL, JOE DUNLOP. LEONARD MAGUIRE , 
ANTHONY NEWLANDS , DAVID CASEY , TIMOTHY BENTINCK and ANTHONY HALL 
Special sound DICK MILLS. BBC Radiophonic Workshop 
Consultant and presenter Robin Craig , lecturer in Economic History, 
University College, London Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON , in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum.
Contributors
 Leonard Maguire
 Anthony Newlands
 David Casey
 Timothy Bentinck
 Presenter .......... Robin Craig
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-04-10, 15-30

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts 13 .......... Fishermen 
Small-craft fishing has probably changed less over the centuries than almost any other kind of seafaring. Its centre is timeless .......... wet. cold. and the heavy weight of the catch. 
Readers DAVID ASHFORD, LEONARD MACUIRE. 
DAVID CASEY , ANTHONY NEWLANDS. RONALD  HERDMAN . TIMOTHY BENTINCK , KATHLEEN HELME. BILL  MONKS .JOE DUNLOP and MICHAEL COLDIE 
Special sound DICK  MILLS ,BBC Radiophonic Workshop 
Consultant 
KEITH MATTHEWS. Chairman. 
Maritime History Group. Memorial University of St John's. Newfoundland Presenter Basil Greenhill Director. National Maritime Museum. Greenwich 
Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Contributors
 Leonard MacUire.
 David Casey
 Anthony Newlands.
 Ronald Herdman
 Timothy Bentinck
 Kathleen Helme.
 Bill Monks
 Joe Dunlop
 Michael Coldie
 Dick Mills
 Keith Matthews.
 Presenter .......... Basil Greenhill
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-04-24, 15-30

 The British Seafarer
A history In 26 parts 15: Eng.neroom and Stokehold 
In the great steamer the bridge was a gold-braided Olympus: the lengineroom a kind of underworld; and the stokehold Hades itself. Yet engineers could regard their huge machines with almost religious devotion; and the subhuman stoker of legend, in fact plied a skilled trade. Readers anthony NEWLANDS. 
LEONARD MACUIRE, TIMOTHY BENTINCK, ROBERT TROTTER , 
DOUGLAS BLACKWELL. BILL MONKS, RONALD BADDILEY. 
DAVID CASEY. ANTHONY HALL. DAVID ASHFORD , JOE DUNLOP Consultant and presenter Campbell MacMurray. Assistant Keeper. Dept of MSS and Printed 
Books. National Maritime Museum 
Special sound by DICK mills, BBC Radiophonlc Workshop 
Series composed and directed by michael MASON
Contributors
  Robert Trotter
  Douglas Blackwell.
  Ronald Baddiley.
  David Casey.
  David Ashford
 Presenter: Campbell MacMurray.
 Directed By: Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-05-01, 15-30

 The British Seafarer
A history in 26 parts In the words of those who have made the history. 16 .......... Master Mariner 
To be captain of a ship has always been one of the most demanding and many-sided responsibilities an ordinary citizen can undertake. What sort of men has it produced? 
Readers LEONARD MAGUIRE , JOE DUNLOP , ANTHONY NEW LANDS, 
MICHAEL GOLDIE , ANTHONY HALL , RONALD BADDILEY. DAVID ASHFORD , BILL MONKS, TIMOTHY BENTINCK , 
KATHLEEN HELME. CAROLE BOYD and JOHN HOLLIS Special sound by dick mills, BBC Radiophonlc Workshop. Programme consultant and presenter Basil Greenhlll , Director, National Maritime 
Museum. Series composed and directed by michael mason
Contributors
 Readers .......... Leonard Maguire
 Readers .......... Joe Dunlop
 Michael Goldie
 Anthony Hall
 Ronald Baddiley.
 David Ashford
 Timothy Bentinck
 Kathleen Helme.
 Carole Boyd
 John Hollis
 Presenter .......... Basil Greenhlll
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-05-08, 15-30

 The British Seafarer
A history in 20 parts 17 .......... The Small Port Oh, very busy, you know, you'd see perhaps brigs, schooners, little steamers and umpteen barges, ketches, all rigs. you know.' 
Readers michael goldie KATHLEEN HELME , 
CAROLE BOYD , RONALD BADDILEY , DAVID CASEY , ANTHONY HALL , JOE DUNLOP , BILL MONKS, JoHN HOLLIS , TIMOTHY BENTINCK Special sound by DICK MILLS , BBC Radiophonlc Workshop. Programme consultant and presenter Basil Greenhill , Director, National Maritime 
Museum. Series composed and directed by MICHAEL MASON
Contributors
 Kathleen Helme
 Carole Boyd
 Ronald Baddiley
 David Casey
 Anthony Hall
 Joe Dunlop
 John Hollis
 Timothy Bentinck
 Dick Mills
 Presenter .......... Basil Greenhill
 Directed By .......... Michael Mason


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BBC Radio 4 - 1982-06-02, 15-02

 Afternoon Theatre
Mother Care by TIM ASTINALL , With and   Rose, a sixth-former at a girls' public school In 
London, is awaiting the results of a scholarship to Cambridge. When James and Kay, her thoroughly nice middle-class, liberal-minded parents, learn that Rose Is about to become a mother, they aren't quite sure how to react.   
Directed by  SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBC Bristol
Contributors
 Tim Astinall
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Rose .......... Pctra Markham
 Kay .......... Elizabeth Bell
 James .......... John Rowe
 JO .......... Jenny Twigge
 Pat .......... Judith Arthy
 David .......... John Abineri
 Jean .......... Sarah Benfield
 Librarian .......... Steve Hodson
 Harry .......... Rupert Graves
 Terry .......... Cornelius Garrett
 Bus conductor .......... Tim Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1983-08-04, 19-20

 Four Classic Comedies
2 .......... The Magistrate A farce by ARTH13 W. PI NERO with Nigel Stock , Jill Bennett Charles Gray Maria Aitken 
Anthony Daniels Jonathan Cecil The magistrate. circumspect and scrupulously just, has married a widow with a youngson.Buthiswife has deceived him and the son leads him astray.    
Pianist MARY  NASH 
Directed by john tydeman
Contributors
 Nigel Stock
 Jill Bennett
 Charles Gray
 Maria Aitken
 Anthony Daniels
 Jonathan Cecil
 Pianist .......... Mary Nash
 Directed By .......... John Tydeman
 Aeneas Posket .......... Nigel Stock
 Agatha Posket .......... Jill Bennette
 Mr Bullamy .......... Anthony Newlands
 Col Lukyn .......... Charles Gray
 Capt ValU .......... Jonathan Cecil
 Cis Farringdon .......... Anthony Daniels
 Achille Blond .......... Philip Sully
 Isidore .......... *adrian Egan
 Mr Wormlngton .......... Manning Wilson
 Insp Messlter .......... John Gabriel
 Sgt Lugg .......... Roger Hammond
 Constable Harris .......... Bill Monks
 Wyke .......... Tim Bentinck
 Charlotte .......... Maria Aitken
 Beatie Tomlinson .......... Amanda Murray
 Popham .......... Eva Stuart


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BBC Radio 4 - 1983-11-10, 15-00

 Afternoon Theatre
The Mark 2 Wife by WILLIAM TREVOR with  and Anna is a still beautiful, middle-aged woman, but is haunted by visions of the girl who may or may not exist in her husband's life.    
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBC Bristol
Contributors
  William Trevor
 Directed By: Shaun MacLoughlin
 Anna: Meg Davies
 General Ritchie: William Fox
 Mrs Ritchie: Pauline Letts
 Mrs Graham: Ingrid Hafner
 Mr Graham: Alan Moore
 Mrs Lowhr: Margot Boyd
 Mr Lowhr: Peter Copley
 Toby Oath: Timothy Bentinck
 Dolores Sweeting: June Barrie
 Lady Jill: Sarah Benfield
 Drunk man: Bill Wallis
 Clergyman: John Abineri
 Dr Abbatt: Geoffrey Collins
 Japanese waiter: Tony Robinson


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BBC Radio 4 - 1983-11-12, 14-05

 Afternoon Theatre
Tell Me When the Feeling Stops by COLIN HAYDN EVANS with Jane Knowles as Judy ' The " cause " of my disability. Mum, was a car rolling over my back, leaving me ... as I am. If - just If - your Mr Soper could actually bring back the sensation in my legs do you know what the result would be? 
(Maudlin) ' You'd walk, Judy. You'd walk again.' ' I'd scream blue murder.'  
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  
BBC Bristol
Contributors
  Colin Haydn Evans
  Jane Knowles
  Mr Soper
 Directed By: Shaun MacLoughlin
 Dr Balkin: Garriel Woolf
 Chris/Disc jockey: Christian Rocska
 Liz/Ward sister: Diana Bishop
 Mrs Shelley: Margot Boyd
 Cathy: Angela Phillips
 Mr Fellows/Clive Standish: Timothy Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1985-10-19, 20-30

 Saturday-Night Theatre
Odysseus on an Iceberg by ALICK ROWE with and  What really happened to 
Odysseus? Why did he take so long sailing home? And what did Penelope really think of her 112 suitors? Chorus  
Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBCBristol 
(Re-broadcast on Monday at 3. 0 pm) Stereo
Contributors
 Alick Rowe
 Directed By .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Odysseus .......... Hugh Dickson
 Penelope .......... June Barrie
 CHRISTIAN RODSKA .......... Stephen Thorne
 BOW .......... Eric Allan
 Stroke .......... Alexjennlngs
 Eurylochus .......... Nell Stacy
 Telemachus .......... Timothy bentinck
 Eumaeus .......... David March
 Eurycleia .......... Margot Boyd
 Demoptolemus .......... Andrew Hilton
 Eurydamus .......... Geoffrry Bateman
 Dermatitis .......... Paul Nicholson
 Alopecia .......... Maggie McCarthy
 Polly Cyclops .......... Mark Straker
 Circe .......... Angela Phillips
 Nausicaa .......... Melinda Walker
  .......... Phaea Jillybond
 MedOn .......... Patrick Malahide
 Arete .......... Holly Wilson


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BBC Radio 4 - 1985-11-28, 10-30

 Morning Story
Tripe by FRANCIS GIBBONS 
Read by Timothy Bentinck Producer DIANE CULVERHOUSE BBC Birmingham
Contributors
  Francis Gibbons
 Read By: Timothy Bentinck
 Producer: Diane Culverhouse


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BBC Radio 4 - 1985-12-27, 11-05

 Westward Ho!
5 .......... Ayacanora 
Losing his brother Frank to the Spaniards, Amyas vows a war of attrition, spurred also by thoughts of the gold of El Dorado. ... 
DAVID HYDE. JUNE MARLOW TIM MEATS. ANNA NYGH . ANNA PERRY DAVID PONTING. SARA PUGSLEY 
ROSEMARY SIGEL 
Music composed and conducted by NICHOLAS MARSHALL 
Directed by BRIAN MILLER BBC BristoL Stereo (R)
Contributors
 El Dorado.
 David Hyde.
 June Marlow
 Tim Meats.
 Anna Nygh
 Anna Perry
 David Ponting.
 Sara Pugsley
 Rosemary Sigel
 Conducted By .......... Nicholas Marshall
 Directed By .......... Brian Miller
 Narrator .......... William Squire
 Amyas Leigh .......... Tim Woodward
 Richard Grenville .......... Richard Greene
 Frank Leigh .......... Richard Warwick
 Will Cary .......... Cornelius Garrett
 Rose JUUE .......... Dawn Cole
 Don Guzman .......... John Abineri
 Salvation Yeo .......... Brian Jackson
 Ayacanora .......... Elizabeth Bell
 Lucy Passmore .......... Constance Chapman
 Mr Leigh .......... Barry Jackson
 Mrs Leigh .......... Ann Queensberry
 Brimblecombe/Ebsworthy .......... Danny Schiller
 Yeo's mother .......... Daphne Heard
 Salteme/Lord Grey .......... Hedley Good All
 Eustace Leigh .......... Peter Baldwin
 Ostler/Modena .......... Fred Bryant
 Fr Campion .......... John Linstrum
 Eustace's father .......... Phillip Manikum
 Old Cary .......... Stephen Sylvester
 Oxenham .......... Trevor Martin
 Servant .......... Douglas Leach
 Walter Raleigh .......... Eric Allan
 Winter .......... John Gabriel
 Lady Grenville .......... Rosemary Whitfield
 St Leger/Witch doctor .......... John Telfer
 Mrs Hawkins .......... Eva Stuart
 Adrian Gilbert .......... Philip Sully
 Fr Parsons .......... Michael Tudor Barnes
 Innkeeper/Indian .......... Rex Holdsworth
 Will Parracombe .......... Roger Leach
 Jack/Command .......... Tim Bentinck
 Drew .......... Paul Nicholson
 Michael Heard .......... Hubert Tucker
 Jesuit .......... Peter Harlowe
 Guide .......... Andrew Branch
 Don Alvarez/Evans .......... John Bull
 Bishop .......... Harold Kasket
 Tita/Grace .......... Christine Winter
 Captain .......... Derek Graham
 FrGerundio .......... Geoffrey Serle
 Other parts played by .......... Ian Cross


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BBC Radio 4 - 1986-01-09, 10-30

 Morning Story
Level  byMARKCHILDS 
Read by Timothy Bentinck 
'I don't know how far we went down but it felt like we were going to the centre of the earth. 
Then the lift stopped, the doors opened, we showed the guard at the door our passes and we were out. Level 5.' 
Producer diane CULVERHOUSE BBC Birmingham
Contributors
 Read By .......... Timothy Bentinck


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BBC Radio 4 - 1987-08-17, 19-45

 The Monday Play
Moby Dick 
HENRY REED 'S radio version of the novel by HERMAN MELVILLE  with music by ANTONY HOPKINS    
BBC NORTHERN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA BBC NORTHERN SINGERS Produced and directed byJOHNTYDEMAN and IAN COTTRELL Stereo (R) 
(First broadcast in 1979, this production is re-broadcast as a tribute to poet Henry Reed and actor Colin Blakely. )
Contributors
 Moby Dick
 Henry Reed
 Novel By .......... Herman Melville
 Music By .......... Antony Hopkins
 Henry Reed
 Colin Blakely.
 Captain Ahab .......... Colin Blakely
 Ishmael .......... Philip Sully
 Fr Mapple .......... Marius Goring
 Starbuck .......... Malcolm Hayes
 Pip .......... Adam Godley
 StUbb .......... Seanbarrett
 Flask .......... John Hollis
 Capt Peleg .......... Geoffrey Matthews
 Elijah .......... Lewis Stringer
 Manxman .......... Bill Monks
 Queequeg .......... Mark Heath
 Capt Mayhew .......... Denys Hawthorne
 Capt Gardiner .......... Manning Wilson
 Fedallah .......... Saeed Jaffrey
 Tashtego .......... Danny Schiller
 Daggoo .......... Roger Hammond
 Doughboy .......... Andrew Branch
 Archy .......... Timbentinck
 Cabaco .......... John Bull


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BBC Radio 4 - 1988-07-30, 19-45

 Saturday-Night Theatre
Peter Ibbetson by GEORGE  DU MAURIER dramatised by DAVID BUCK with   and   From the fatal act of his youth, Peter Ibbetson finds that his life is over. Yet at the same time he learns to live a new life. one in which all his most intense romantic hopes are fulfilled.  
Other parts played by members of the cast 
Directed by BRIAN MILLER  BBC Bristol. Stereo
Contributors
 Peter Ibbetson
 George du Maurier
 Dramatised By .......... David Buck
 Peter Ibbetson
 Directed By .......... Brian Miller
 Mary Duchess of Towers .......... Cherie Lunghi
 Peter Ibbetson .......... Timothy Bentinck
 Old Peter .......... Laurence Payne
 Warden/Lord Cray .......... Paul Gregory
 Madge Plunkett/Mrs Deane .......... Joan Matheson
 Mme Pasquier/Lady Cray .......... Diana Olsson
 Young Peter .......... Matthew Francis
 Mme Seraskier .......... Angela Barlow
 Lady Soames .......... Angela Barlow
 Young Mary .......... Gemma Field
 Monsieur Le Major .......... John Samson
 Sir Ralph .......... John Samson
 Colonel Ibbetson .......... Norman Bird
 Lintot .......... Michael Tudor Barnes


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BBC Radio 4 - 1989-03-28, 15-00

 The Makeup
by CHARLES JENNINGS.  Joan wants to rejoin the cabaret act 'Four Nobodies'...  
Directed by JANET WHITAKER Stereo
Contributors
  Charles Jennings.
 Directed By: Janet Whitaker
 Joan: Tilly Vosburgh
 Alex: Tim Bentinck
 Terry: Mike Grady
 Neville: John Bull
 Chrissie: Melinda Walker
 Georgina: Joanna MacKie


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BBC Radio 4 - 1989-04-22, 14-30

 Night Express
by JOHN FLETCHER. With  and  November 1933: Gregory is a young British spy on his first assignment. Directed by SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN  BBC Bristol. Stereo
Contributors
  John Fletcher.
 Directed By: Shaun MacLoughlin
 Gregory: Cornelius Garrett
 Harold St John: Timothy Bentinck
 Litzi: Melinda Walker
 Simpson: Christian Rodska
 Archie: Andrew Hilton
 MacDonald: John Rowe
 the Professor: Gabriel Woolf


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BBC Radio 4 - 1989-09-04, 15-00

Dear Octopus by DODIE SMITH , adapted by CYNTHIA PUGHE. With   and   Directed by DAVID h. GODFREY Stereo (R) 
0 See David Gillard , left
Contributors
  Dodie Smith
 Directed By: David H. Godfrey
  David Gillard
 Dora Randolph: Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
 Charles Randolph: Robert Harris
 Hilda: Monica Grey
 Margery: Eva Haddon
 Cynthia: Jo Manning Wilson
 Nicholas: Martin Jarvis
 Hugh: Tim Bentinck
 Flouncy: Susan Sheridan
 Bill: Elizabeth Lindsay
 Scrap: Bernadette Windsor
 Belle: Barbara Couper
 Kenneth: Garard Green
 Edna: Irene Sutcliffe
 Laurel: Gretta Gouriet
 Fenny: Lisa Harrow
 Gertrude: Janet Burnell
 Nanny: Margot Boyd


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BBC Radio 4 - 1990-09-30, 14-30

 Sunday Playhouse
Typhoid 
Mary Shirley Gee 's award-winning play based on the true story of a typhoid-carrier.   
With Helen Horton , 
Nicolette McKenzie , Andrew Branch , Tim Bentinck , Alan Tilvern , Rod Beacham , 
Harry Towb and John Bull. Director David Spenser. Stereo
Contributors
  Mary Shirley Gee
  Helen Horton
  Nicolette McKenzie
  Andrew Branch
  Tim Bentinck
  Alan Tilvern
  Rod Beacham
  Harry Towb
  John Bull.
 Director: David Spenser.
 Mary Mallon: Margaret Whiting
 DrSoper: Daniel Massey
 Ed Bishop: Elliot Kendall
 Mary as a child: Susan Sheridan
 Sister Joseph: Sheila Grant
 Fr John: Denys Hawthorne
 Immigration officer: Peter Whitman
 Agnes: Sandra Dickinson
 Elspeth: Elizabeth Proud
 Mrs Palmer: Carole Boyd


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BBC Radio 4 - 1993-01-30, 14-30

 Playhouse
Operation Lightning Pegasus by Alick Rowe Starring Timothy West as Agamemnon, Geoffrey Bateman as Diomedes. What really happened at the Fall of Troy? Was the Episode of the Wooden 
Horse as heroic as Homer would have it? Or was his Iliad a cover-up for what was a military fiasco?  
Harpist Valerie Aldrich-Smith Director Shaun MacLoughlin 
Stereo (First broadcast in 1981)
Contributors
  Alick Rowe
  Timothy West
  Geoffrey Bateman
 Harpist: Valerie Aldrich-Smith
 Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
 Paris: Tim Bentinck
 Odysseus: Hugh Dickson
 Menelaus: Sion Probert
 Helen: Norma Ronald
 Hector: Neil Stacy
 Achilles: Henry Stamper
 Andromache: Joy Harrison
 Melops: Christian Rodska
 Philicus: Ronald Herdman
 Patroclus: Nicholas Courtney
 Priam: Andrew Hilton
 Cassandra: Rosalind Adams


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BBC Radio 4 - 1993-10-30, 14-30

 Playhouse .......... Operation Lightning Pegasus
by Alick Rowe. What really happened at the fall of Troy? Was the episode of the wooden horse as heroic as Homer would have it?  
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Contributors
 Alick Rowe.
 Director .......... Shaun MacLoughlin
 Agamemnon .......... Timothy West
 Diomdes .......... Geoffrey Bateman
 Paris .......... Tim Bentinck
 Odysseus .......... Hugh Dickson
 Menelaus .......... Sion Probert
 Helen .......... Norma Ronald
 HectorZ .......... Neil Stacy
 Achilles .......... Henry Stamper
 Andromache .......... Joy Harrison
 Melops .......... Christian Rodska
 Philicus .......... Ronald Herdman
 Patroclus .......... Nicholas Courtney
 Priam .......... Andrew Hilton
 Cassandra .......... Rosalind Adams


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BBC Radio 4 - 1996-03-10, 08-50

 Tim Bentinck
speaks for the Week's Good Cause about a charity which supports and provides information for people who have terminated a pregnancy as a result of an abnormality. 
DONATIONS TO .......... SATFA (Support around 
Termination for Abnormality), [address removed]
CREDIT CARDS .......... (0171) [number removed]


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BBC Radio 4 - 2001-05-28, 19-45

 Growing Pains
A five-part anthology in celebration of parenthood, featuringTim Bentinck , Lindsay Duncan , 
Barbara Rynn and Geoffrey Palmer. Introduced by poet Kate Clanchy. 1: Conception and Pregnancy Director Lindsay Leonard. Repeated from 10.45am
Contributors
  Tim Bentinck
  Lindsay Duncan
  Barbara Rynn
  Geoffrey Palmer.
  Kate Clanchy.
 Director: Lindsay Leonard.


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BBC Radio 4 - 2002-06-17, 19-45

 Growing Pains
An anthology celebrating parenthood, featuring Geoffrey Palmer , Lindsay Duncan , Barbara Flynn and Tim Bentinck. Introduced by the poet Kate Clanchy. 1: Conception and Pregnancy Director Lindsay Leonard Repeat of 10.45am
Contributors
  Geoffrey Palmer
  Lindsay Duncan
  Barbara Flynn
  Tim Bentinck.
  Kate Clanchy.
 Director: Lindsay Leonard Repeat


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BBC Radio 4 - 2004-06-13, 07-55

 Radio 4 Appeal
Timothy Bentinck appeals on behalf of counsel and Care, a charity that gives help and advice to older people. 
Donations: Counsel and Care. [address removed]Credit cards: [number removed]
Producer Sally Flatman 
Repeated at 8.27pm and on Thursday at 3.28pm
Contributors
  Timothy Bentinck
 Producer: Sally Flatman


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BBC Radio 4 - 2007-04-29, 07-55

 Radio 4 Appeal
Timothy Bentinck appeals on behalf of Emmaus. 
Producer Sally Flatman Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm 
Donations: [address removed]: Credit cards: Freephone [number removed], online via the Radio 4 website
Contributors
 Timothy Bentinck


 

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BBC Radio 4 - 2011-08-15, 14-15

Afternoon Drama - A Question of Royalty

Comedy by Andrew Lynch, inspired by real events. Two bungling self-employed plasterers, ignorant of the constitutional crisis their actions could precipitate, steal The Queen's wedding certificate while working on the refurbishment of the Public Records Office.
Bernie  ...... Johnny Vegas

Danny ...... Ricky Tomlinson

Sarah ...... Catherine McCormack

Jan ...... Nicola Stephenson

Tim ...... Tim Bentinck

Farnworth ...... Rupert Degas.

BBC Radio 4 - 2009-05-22, 21-00

Friday Drama
A Hit to the Heart

By Rachel Joyce. The man with everything finds his perfect world blown apart when his daughter is linked to an act of terrorism.
Peter ...... Nicholas Farrell

Verity ...... Niamh Cusack

Michael ...... Timothy BentinckS

ara ...... Emma Fielding

Lucy ...... Angela Terence

Frank ...... Geoffrey Whitehead

Jim Hall ...... Jon Strickland
With original music by David Chilton and Lucinda Mason Brown.
Directed by Gordon House.
A Goldhawk Essential production for BBC Radio 4."

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