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Drama on 3: The Art of Love/Resurrection

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A double bill of stories by Andrew Rissik.

6.15 The Art of Love
Roman poet Ovid is sent into exile when his subversive ideas about love and freedom appear to challenge the authority of the ageing Emperor Augustus.
Music by Mia Soteriou.
Performed by Mia Soteriou and Steve Bentley Kline
Director Jeremy Mortimer

8.00 Resurrection
The Roman civil governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate, comes into conflict with a troublesome, itinerant preacher, Yeshua Ben Youssef.
Music by Mia Soteriou.
Performed by Steve Bentley Kline, Merlin Shepherd and William Lyons
Director Jeremy Mortimer

Contributors

Stories By: Andrew Rissik
Music By: Mia Soteriou
Musician: Mia Soteriou,
Musician: Steve Bentley Kline
Musician: Merlin Shepherd
Musician: William Lyons
Director: Jeremy Mortimer
Ovid: Stephen Dillane
Julia: Juliet Aubrey
Fabia: Penny Downie
Augustus Caesar: Robert Hardy
Setorius: Peter Eyre
Falco: Ian McNeice
Paullus Fabius Maximus: James Laurenson
Palamedes: Ioan Meredith
Verrius: Damian Lynch
Yeshua Ben Youssef: Anton Lesser
Pontius Pilate: David Calder
Mary of Magdala: Julia Ford
Caiaphas: Sam Dastor
Shimon Annas: Raad Rawi
Nicodemus: John Rowe
Claudia Procla: Mia Soteriou
Titus Flavius: Chris Moran
Other: James Hayes
Other: Jon Glover
Other: Danny Sapani

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Drama on 3: The Art of Love/Resurrection

BBC Radio 3, 11 April 2004 18.15






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