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Classic Serial: Hadji Murat


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By Leo Tolstoy , dramatised by Michael Butt. Tolstoy's lastwork offiction, set in Chechnya inthe 1850s.
2: Chechen warrior Hadji Murat 's anger grows as the Russians argue about what to do with him. uiner pans played by Decian Wilson , Stephen Critchlow and Chris Moran
Director Marc Beeby Repeated from Sunday


Unknown: Leo Tolstoy
Dramatised By: Michael Butt.
Unknown: Hadji Murat
Played By: Decian Wilson
Played By: Stephen Critchlow
Played By: Chris Moran
Director: Marc Beeby
Tolstoy: Derek Jacobi
Hadji: Burt Caesar
Tsar Nicholas: Edward Petherbridge
Count Vorontsov: David Calder
Shamil: Jude Akuwudike
Jemal: Ray Shell
Eldar: Maynard Eziashi
Chernyshov: John Rowe
Mary: Jasmine Hyde
Butler: Stuart Bunce
Ivan: Ben Crowe
Yusuf: Damian Lynch

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Classic Serial: Hadji Murat

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 November 2003 21.00

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