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Saturday Night Theatre: Lucien

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by Roger Milner
As Napoleon Bonaparte was setting about altering the geography of Europe and becoming a feared and hated tyrant in the process, his brother Lucien was captured, brought to Ludlow in England, and immediately set up life as a respected country gentleman. The play tells the story of this most enigmatic man in a most unusual period of history.
A BBC Radio Drama Company production
(Repeated: Mon 3.2 pm)

Contributors

Writer: Roger Milner
Director: Gerry Jones
Lucien: Crawford Logan
Alexandrine: Wendy Murray
Lord Powis: Hugh Dickson
Mr Knight: Stephen Thorne
Charles: Jill Lidstone
Charlotte: Rosalind Adams
Mackenzie: Henry Stamper
The Rev Butler: Anthony Newlands
Lord Liverpool: Peter Tuddenham
Ellison: James Kerry
Tallyrand: Nigel Graham
Fr Maurice: Jim Reid
Col Layton: Edward Cast
Lord Dudley: Stuart Organ
Fouche: David Gooderson

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Saturday Night Theatre: Lucien

BBC Radio 4 FM, 6 November 1982 20.30






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