[British Radio] BBC Radio Drama: Saturday 25th February - 3rd March

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    • [British Radio] BBC Radio Drama: Saturday 25th February - 3rd March

      Da es hier ja auch Freunde des britischen Radios gibt, poste ich mal den Newsletter von der BBC. Gerade diese Woche finde ich das Programm besonders spannend. Sollte Interesse bestehen, werde ich auch zukünftig den Newsletter hier posten.
      Saturday 14th June

      Dangerous Visions: The Illustrated Man
      Radio 4 14:30 Iain Glen plays the vagrant who claims his tattoos come to life after dark and predict the future in an adaptation by Brian Sibley of Ray Bradbury's iconic short story collection.


      Sunday 15th June

      Dangerous Visions: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
      Radio 4 15:00 1/2 James Purefoy and Jessica Raine star in a new adaptation of Philip K. Dick's cult sci-fi novel that inspired the film Blade Runner.


      Monday 16th June

      Modesty Blaise
      Radio 4 10:45 1/5 In their first assignment for British Intelligence, Modesty Blaise and right-hand man Willie Garvin must foil a plot to carry out a multi-million pound diamond heist.

      Dangerous Visions: The Bee Maker
      Radio 4 14:15 It's 2020 and humanity is waking up to the grim reality of a world without bees. And then people start getting lost. A cautionary tale about our busy technology-filled lives.


      Tuesday 17th June

      Dangerous Visions: Iz
      Radio 4 14:15 In 2091 all human relationships take place in virtual worlds, but one man risks everything to find his lover, Iz. Sacha Dhawan and Sian Phillips star in Miranda Emmerson's thriller


      Wednesday 18th June

      Dangerous Visions: The Zone
      Radio 4 14:15 1/2 Sci-fi crime thriller from BAFTA-winning writer Trevor Preston. Turner is caught in a corrupt world where power lies in blood and body parts.


      Thursday 19th June

      Dangerous Visions: The Zone
      Radio 4 14:15 2/2 Sci-fi crime thriller from BAFTA-winning writer Trevor Preston. Turner is trapped in a corrupt world where power lies in trading blood and body parts.


      Friday 20th June

      Dangerous Visions: The Two Georges
      Radio 4 14:15 In 1955, amid the paranoid atmosphere of McCarthyism, the writer Philip K. Dick was unexpectedly visited by the FBI. Our comedy-drama imagines what might have followed.

      Quelle: BBC

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    • Saturday 21st June - Friday 27th June

      Saturday 21st June

      Dangerous Visions: The Martian Chronicles
      Radio 4 14:30 Derek Jacobi stars in a reimagining of Ray Bradbury's classic fable. An astronaut from Earth attempts to prevent the colonisation that could eradicate an ancient race of Martians.

      Dangerous Visions:
      Radio 4 21:00 Dangerous Visions: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Episode 1 of 2 By Philip K. Dick
      Dramatised by Jonathan Holloway
      Philip K. Dick's cult sci-fi novel inspired the film Blade Runner. Set in a world devastated by nuclear war, a San Francisco bounty hunter is on a mission to retire a group of rogue androids. James Purefoy and Jessica Raine star in this new adaptation. In post-war 1992 androids are becoming indistinguishable from human beings, even in their capacity to love, and bounty hunter Rick Deckard is tasked with locating and retiring a rogue group of escaped androids who have fled a life of slavery and returned to Earth. Directed by Sasha Yevtushenko.


      Sunday 22nd June

      Dangerous Visions: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Episode 2 of 2

      Radio 4 15:00 James Purefoy and Jessica Raine star in a new adaptation of Philip K. Dick's cult sci-fi novel that inspired the film Blade Runner.

      Drama on 3: Babbage
      Radio 3 22:00 A powerful study of Charles Babbage one of the great scientific brains of the nineteenth century, who first conceived the computer but died a despised failure. By David Pownall.


      Monday 23rd June

      An Everyday Story of Afghan Folk
      Radio 4 10:45 Stories from a village in the Pak-Afghan mountains. Hi-tech drones fly overhead while, below them, life hasn't changed for centuries.

      Brought to Light
      Radio 4 14:15 Student Katie uncovers a devastating secret from her father's past and struggles to come to terms with what he has done


      Tuesday 24th June

      Burning Both Ends: When Oliver Reed met Keith Moon
      Radio 4 14:15 Oliver Reed - film star and notorious boozer - met his match in Keith Moon, an epic rock n' roll legend himself. When they became friends, 'hell-raising' went to a whole new level.


      Wednesday 25th June

      Charles Paris Mystery - Corporate Bodies
      Radio 4 11:30 Bill Nighy stars as Charles Paris, actor cum amateur detective. A corporate film ends in a mysterious murder in Jeremy Front's dramatisation of Simon Brett's novel. 1/4

      Hatch, Match, Dispatch
      Radio 4 14:15 by Gary Brown. Comedy with more than a whiff of Hamlet. The first of six quirky tales about the registering of life's important moments.


      Thursday 26th June

      A Hospital Odyssey
      Radio 4 14:15 An exploration of the nightmare world that emerges when a loved one is seriously ill. Maris's fear sets her on a quest to save her husband as reality shifts. By Gwyneth Lewis


      Friday 27th June

      A Time to Dance
      Radio 4 14:15 Strasbourg. 1518. Terrifying and mysterious plague strikes. Many dead. 2011. London. Is it happening again?

      Dangerous Visions: Dark Minds
      Radio 4 21:00 When Harry is convicted of a brutal murder his obsession with violent virtual reality is blamed. A dark thriller about sex, violence and the illicit underbelly of the Internet.

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    • Saturday 28th June - Friday 4th July


      Saturday 28th June

      The Real Trial of Oscar Wilde
      Radio 4 14:30 Oscar Wilde's courtroom battle with the Marquess of Queensbury. Based on the book "Irish Peacock and Scarlet Marquess" by Merlin Holland (Oscar's grandson).

      Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Episode 2 of 2
      Radio 4 21:00 By Philip K. Dick
      Dramatised by Jonathan Holloway
      Philip K. Dick's cult sci-fi novel inspired the film Blade Runner. Set in a world devastated by nuclear war, a San Francisco bounty hunter is on a mission to retire a group of rogue androids. James Purefoy and Jessica Raine star in this new adaptation.
      Bounty hunter Rick Deckard is on a mission to locate and retire a rogue group of androids who have escaped a life of slavery on Mars and returned to Earth. But now that androids are almost indistinguishable from human beings, 'retirement' begins to feel more like murder and Deckard's morals get in the way of the job. The boundaries continue to blur when he develops feelings for the beautiful and sentient Rachael Rosen, herself an android.
      Directed by Sasha Yevtushenko.


      Sunday 29th June

      The Great Scott, The Bride
      Radio 4 15:00 The Ashtons and Ravenswoods have been enemies for centuries. Will a proposed marriage between the youngest of the warring families bring a lasting peace?

      Drama on 3: A Soldier and a Maker
      Radio 3 22:00 Stephanie Cole, Jemma Redgrave and Richard Goulding in Iain Burnside's tale of World War 1 poet and songwriter Ivor Gurney. Directed by Philip Franks.


      Monday 30th June

      A Small Town Murder
      Radio 4 10:45 Family liaison officer Jackie Hartwell is assigned to look after Emma, a psychic whose fifteen year old daughter is missing. Emma remains confident Caari is alive.

      Who Cares
      Radio 4 14:15 Social worker, Phil has fallen in love with his client. But when a violent act against the client's child is reported a darker, mysterious tale develops. New original drama.


      Tuesday 1st July

      The Sum
      Radio 4 14:15 In a world obsessed with money Eve is forced to calculate just how much she's worth in order to keep her family together. A twisted modern love triangle.


      Wednesday 2nd July

      Charles Paris Mystery - Corporate Bodies
      Radio 4 11:30 Bill Nighy stars as actor cum amateur detective in Jeremy Front's adaptation of Simon Brett's novel. Charles comes under suspicion for murder while filming a corporate video.

      Hatch, Match, Dispatch - Losing my Penny
      Radio 4 14:15 Leo is in love with Penny and he plans to marry her. It seems that there is only Penny's possessive father in the way. But Leo has secrets of his own.


      Thursday 3rd July

      Blurred
      Radio 4 14:15 When Hannah agrees to meet up with her old University friend Nikki more than ten years after they lost touch, she doesn't anticipate Nikki's explosive news.


      Friday 27th June

      Adrian Mole and the Blair-Mole Project
      Radio 4 14:15 Sue Townsend's acclaimed comic creation Adrian Mole scrutinises Tony Blair's 10 years in power in his own inimitable way.

      The Events

      Radio 4 21:00 Radio adaptation of The Events by leading Scottish playwright David Greig. This powerful play centres on one woman's compulsive search for understanding after surviving an atrocity
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      Saturday 5th July - Friday 11th July

      Saturday 5th July

      Publish and Be Damn'ed: The Memoirs of Harriett Wilson
      Radio 4 14:30 Nancy Carroll stars as the notorious 19th century courtesan whose lovers included some very rich and powerful men who, unless they paid up, were included in her scandalous memoirs.


      Sunday 6th July

      The Great Scott: Ivanhoe
      Radio 4 15:00 Ivanhoe came to the rescue of King Richard I during the third Crusade but has since disappeared. Rowenna - his betrothed - waits anxiously for news.

      Drama on 3: Life in the Tomb
      Radio 3 22:00 World War One seen through the eyes of a Greek soldier. One of the most celebrated and controversial pieces of 20th century Greek literature, dramatised by April De Angelis.


      Monday 7th July

      Further Tales of the City
      Radio 4 10:45 Armistead Maupin's Further Tales of the City dramatised by Bryony Lavery. Set in 1981 in San Francisco with the drug and sex counter-culture in full swing.

      Here After
      Radio 4 14:15 Seventeen year old Jake has an unexpected visit that could change his life in William Ash and Andrew Knott's comedy drama.


      Tuesday 8th July

      Not Just for Christmas
      Radio 4 14:15 Brothers Jimmy and Danny have not spoken in over twenty years. Now Jimmy feels the time has come to meet for a pint. Will they finally make amends?


      Wednesday 9th July

      Charles Paris Mystery - Corporate Bodies
      Radio 4 11:30 Bill Nighy stars as Charles Paris, actor cum amateur detective, in Jeremy Front's adaptation of Simon Brett's novel. Charles is filming a corporate video when an extra is murdered.

      Hatch, Match, Dispatch - Time and Tide

      Radio 4 14:15 Teddy is on his stag night. He wakes up naked and handcuffed to a lamp post. So far, so normal. But then he realises that something very weird has occurred which makes him question everything.


      Thursday 10th July

      Farran at Bay
      Radio 4 14:15 Jerusalem, May 1947. A Jewish boy disappears and a British war hero flees the scene. The investigation will violently shake Britain's hold on Palestine.


      Friday 11th July


      Pact
      Radio 4 14:15 Two strangers. One goal. New dramatic fiction by the multi-award-winning team of Tony Pitts and Woolyback Productions. Featuring narration and original music by Richard Hawley.

      Love etc.

      Radio 4 21:00 Darker and deeper than its predecessor, Talking It Over, this sequel is an engrossing exploration of betrayal and revenge written by Julian Barnes and dramatised by Julia Stoneham.
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    • Saturday 5th July

      Publish and Be Damn'ed: The Memoirs of Harriett Wilson
      Radio 4 14:30 Episode 2. Nancy Carroll stars as the notorious 19th century courtesan whose lovers included some very rich and powerful men who, unless they paid up, were included in her scandalous memoirs.

      Radio 4 21:00 The Great Scott - Ivanhoe


      Sunday 13th July

      The Great Scott: Redgauntlet
      Radio 4 15:00 Alan Fairford's best friend Danny disappears straight after the arrival of Stuart Galloway aka Redgauntlet. But are the two men connected? And will Alan rescue Danny?

      Drama on 3: Death and the Kings Horseman
      Radio 3 22:00 Celebration of Wole Soyinka's 80th birthday, a drama based on real events in 1940s Nigeria. A colonial district officer intervenes to prevent a local man committing ritual suicide


      Monday 14th July

      Babycakes
      Radio 4 10:45 Babycakes - part of Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City series . Set in San Francisco in 1983 following the drugs and sex counter-culture, the AIDS pandemic has arrived .

      The Great Squanderland Roof
      Radio 4 14:15 In Julian Gough's comedy, Stephanie Flanders reports on a plan 'too big to fail' - an unorthodox attempt to solve the eurozone crisis, conjured out of air by Europe's leaders.


      Tuesday 15th July

      Come to Grief
      Radio 4 14:15 Hannah Vincent's play about a woman unable to grieve for her dead daughter because she has no memory of having lost her.


      Wednesday 16th July

      Charles Paris Mystery - Corporate Bodies
      Radio 4 11:30 Bill Nighy stars as actor cum amateur detective Charles Paris in Jeremy Front's adaptation of Simon Brett's novel. Charles investigates a murder whilst filming a corporate video.

      Hatch, Match, Dispatch - A Certain Date
      Radio 4 14:15 Dark comedy by Alan Harris. The fourth of six quirky tales about the registering of life's important moments.


      Thursday 17th July

      Strangers in the Night
      Radio 4 14:15 In Georgia Fitch's play, English actress Carol White goes to Hollywood - and finds herself drawn into a friendship with Frank Sinatra.


      Friday 18th July

      Love Virtually
      Radio 4 14:15 A thoroughly modern epistolary novel with a difference: its protagonists - Emmi Rothner and Leo Leike - communicate exclusively by e-mail. (Who writes letters anymore?)

      Calum's Road
      Radio 4 21:00 Ian McDiarmid stars in this atmospheric drama inspired by the true story of a man who built a two mile road by hand on the Scottish island of Raasay, off the east coast of Skye.
    • Saturday 19th July

      Red Velvet
      Radio 4 14:30 By Lolita Chakrabarti. Adrian Lester stars in the Tricycle Theatre's award-winning production about the first black actor to play Othello. Directed by Indhu Rubasingham.

      The Great Scott
      Radio 4 21:00 The Great Scott - Redgauntlet


      Sunday 20th July

      By A Young Officer: Churchill on the North West Frontier
      Radio 4 15:00 The story of Winston Churchill's adventure as a war correspondent in the hostile mountains of the Afghan/ Pakistan border. Douglas Booth stars as the 22 year old, fighting jihadis.

      Drama on 3: Document of Identity
      Radio 3 22:15 Wole Soyinka's semi-autobiographical drama. Set during the brutal regime of Nigerian dictator General Sani Abacha, it highlights the plight of political asylum seekers in London.


      Monday 21st July


      The Pursuits of Darleen Fyles

      Radio 4 10:45 Based on true stories, the award winning series about a young couple with learning disabiities. Darleen moves to a village catering for learning disabled adults, against Jamie's wishes

      It Takes Two to Lie
      Radio 4 14:15 Crime drama by Isabelle Grey. When Des takes Nabil hostage during an armed robbery he must finally face the truth. But what if you've forgotten what the truth is?


      Tuesday 22nd July

      The Sensitive
      Radio 4 14:15 Episode 1 of 2. Another case for Alastair Jessiman's psychic detective.


      Wednesday 23rd July

      Hatch, Match, Dispatch - Nine Lives
      Radio 4 14:15 By Anna Maria Murphy. Beth's father claims never to have been born. The fifth of six quirky tales about the registering of life's important moments.


      Thursday 24th July


      The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
      Radio 4 14:15 Episode 1 - A Late Van Just Glimpsed. Preparations are underway for Mma Makutsi's wedding and Mma Ramostwe makes an unexpected ghostly sighting.


      Friday 25th July


      The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
      Radio 4 14:15 Episode 2 - The Saturday Big Tent Wedding. The ladies solve the case of the murdered cattle but Mma Makutsi is feeling anxious about her wedding.

      The Confessions of Caminada
      Radio 4 21:00 Based on a real life case by nineteenth century detective Jerome Caminada