Noel Coward BBC Radio Drama Collection - 
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Noel Coward BBC Radio Drama Collection

Seven BBC Radio full-cast productions

; Alex Jennings (Oppleser) ; Bill Nighy (Oppleser) ; Celia Imrie (Oppleser) ; null (Oppleser) ; Harriet Walters (Oppleser) ; Helena Bonham-Carter (Oppleser) ; Judi Dench (Oppleser) ; Roger Allam (Oppleser)

Seven BBC radio full-cast productions of Noel Coward's classic plays - plus bonus material including a profile of Coward and extracts from his diaries

Renowned for his wit, style and sophistication, Noel Coward was one of the greatest playwrights of the twentieth century. Les mer
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Seven BBC radio full-cast productions of Noel Coward's classic plays - plus bonus material including a profile of Coward and extracts from his diaries

Renowned for his wit, style and sophistication, Noel Coward was one of the greatest playwrights of the twentieth century. His plays, set in the glittering world of high society in which he lived, are much admired and have remained in the popular theatre repertoire to this day.

This collection brings together the very best radio adaptations of Coward's works, encompassing sparkling comedies of manners Private Livesand Hay Fever, farcical ghost story Blithe Spirit, and daring menage a trois drama Design for Living. Here, too, is his controversial first hit The Vortex; the poignant Still Life (the inspiration for the film Brief Encounter); and the semi-autobiographical Present Laughter.

Among the star-studded cast are Helena Bonham-Carter, Bill Nighy, Judi Dench, Celia Imrie, Roger Allam, Harriet Walter, Paul Rhys, Stephanie Cole and Paul Scofield.

Also included is a BBC World Service profile of Noel Coward, comprising interviews, musical extracts and archive clips; and the BBC Radio 4 programme 'From His Diaries', featuring a selection of passages from Coward's journal read by Simon Cadell.

Private Lives
Amanda...Helena Bonham-Carter
Elyot...Bill Nighy
Sibyl...Andrea Riseborough
Victor...Paul Ritter
Louise...AnnaRose Cattanach
Directed by Sally Avens

Hay Fever
Judith Bliss...Judi Dench
David Bliss...Michael Williams
Richard Greatham...Geoffrey Palmer
Marya Arundel...Celia Imrie
Jackie Coryton...Patricia Brake
Sandy Tyrell...Christopher Blake
Simon Bliss...Patrick Pearson
Sorel Bliss...Alison Reid
Qara...Patricia Hayes
Directed by Leslie Lawton

Blithe Spirit
Charles...Roger Allam
Madame Arcati...Maggie Steed
Elvira...Zoe Waites
Ruth...Hermione Gulliford
Dr Bradman...David Killick
Mrs Bradman...Tilly Tremayne
Edith...Natalie Cassidy
Dramatised by Bert Coules
Directed by Philip Franks

Design for Living
Gilda...Cheryl Campbell
Otto...Alex Jennings
Leo...Michael Kitchen
Ernest Friedman...James Laurenson
Mr Birbeck...Alan Barker
Henry Carver...Bradley Lavell
Miss Hodge/Helen...Joanna Myers
Grace Torrence...Linda Marlowe
Directed by Ned Chaillet
Pianist: Jimmy Hardwick

The Vortex
Florence Lancaster...Harriet Walter
Nicky...Paul Rhys
Helen...Frances Jeater
Pawnie...John Rye
Clara Hibbert...Jenny Funnell
Tom Veryan...Robert Portal
David Lancaster...Peter Blythe
Bunty Mainwaring...Federay Holmes
Bruce Fairlight...Keith Drinkel
Preston...Pamela Grace
Directed by John Tydeman
Pianist: Mike Sykes

Still Life
Laura Lesson...Amanda Root
Dr Alec Harvey...John Duttine
Myrtle Bagott...Stephanie Cole
Albert Godby...Trevor Peacock
Beryl Waters/Lady on Train...Sunny Ormonde
Stanley...Brian Parr
Dolly Messiter...Josephine Tewson
Bill...Richard Curnow
Johnny/Guard...Malcolm McKee
Dramatised by Malcolm McKee
Directed by Sue Wilson
Music composed by Malcolm McKee

Present Laughter
Gary Essendine...Paul Scofield
Liz Essendine...Joy Parker
Monica Reed...Patricia Routledge
Joanna Lyppiatt...Fenella Fielding
Henry Lyppiatt...Alan Rowe
Morris Dixon...Bernard Joyner
Daphne Stillington...Miriam Margolyes
Lady Saltburn...Betty Huntley-Wright
Fred...Timothy Bateson
Miss Erikson...Diana Olsson
Roland Maule...David Timson
Dramatised and produced by Ian Cotterell

Duration: 14 hours approx.
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Forlag: BBC Physical Audio
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781787531659
Format: 14 x 14 cm
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Noel Coward was born in 1899, and was a professional actor by the age of ten. In 1920, he starred in his own play, I'll Leave it to You. His first major hit was The Vortex (1924) and his success continued throughout the Twenties and Thirties with plays including Hay Fever (1926), Private Lives (1930) and Design for Living (1932). During the Second World War, he wrote the patriotic screenplayIn Which We Serve (1942), for which he won an Oscar; as well as scripting the classic film Brief Encounter (1944) and entertaining the nation with the black comedy Blithe Spirit (1941). After the war, Coward added a new string to his bow as a cabaret singer, as well as continuing to write musicals and plays. In all, Coward wrote 40 plays, 300 songs and numerous poems, short stories and films. He was knighted in 1970, and died in Jamaica in 1973.