A drama by Daniel Thurman
When fractious and enigmatic Edith Macefield (Sian Phillips) refuses to move out of her Seattle home the developers build a five-storey mall around her. Construction Manager Barry Martin (Stanley Townsend) endeavours to smooth troubled waters.
Edith - Sian Phillips
Barry - Stanley Townsend
Joe - Joseph Balderrama
Cops - Helen Clapp & Christopher Harper
Director: David Hunter
Originally aired on BBC Radio 4.
Shakespeare's penetrating portrayal of political turmoil in a society at war with itself. Coriolanus, a great martial hero, is banished by those he despises, the common people of Rome. Disaster must surely follow.
Coriolanus . . . Trystan Gravelle
Volumnia . . . Diana Rigg
Menenius . . . James Fleet
Cominius . . . Paul Hilton
Sicinius . . . Tony Turner
Brutus . . . Joel MacCormack
Lartius . . . David Hounslow
Aufidius . . . Ray Fearon
Virgilia . . . Clare Corbett
Valeria . . . Susan Jameson
Gentlewoman . . . Franchi Webb
Michael Bertenshaw, Kenny Blyth, Joseph Ayre and Christopher Harper
Introduction by Natalie Haynes
Directed by Marc Beeby
This was originally aired on BBC Radio 3
Home Front: 24-28 September 1918
The first omnibus of Season 15, Onward, set in Folkestone, in the week, in 1918, when the Allies launched their final, and decisive campaign on the Western Front. Adam, meanwhile, is on a mission to the harbour.
POD PLAY 5: BATHROOM | Drama of the Week Special
Let us transport you to a world where flies talk and party-goers escape down drain-pipes.
Sound Design…Catherine Robinson
POD PLAY 4: PARK | Drama of the Week Special
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is more MFI than MI5 in the hands of two incompetent and not-so-secret-agents. By Lee Mattinson.
AGENT D….. Krissi Bohn
AGENT J….. Toby Hadoke
Director Sharon Sephton
Sound Design …. Catherine Robinson