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Drama on 3: Don Carlos


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Derek Jacobi stars in the acclaimed Sheffield
Theatres' production of Friedrich Schiller 's play in a new translation by Mike Poulton. King Philip 11 of Spain holds on to power through the terror of the Inquisition and his spies. His son Don Carlos seeks his father's trust yet hides his feelings for his father's wife, Elizabeth of France, to whom he was betrothed before Philip married her. The court watches and listens.
Executive Producers Richard Bannerman and Neil Gardner : Directors Michael Grandage and Andy Jordan


Unknown: Derek Jacobi
Unknown: Friedrich Schiller
Translation By: Mike Poulton.
Unknown: Don Carlos
Producers: Richard Bannerman
Producers: Neil Gardner
Directors: Michael Grandage
Directors: Andy Jordan
King Philip II: Derek Jacobi
Don Carlos: Richard Coyle
Oueen Elizabeth: Claire Price
Rodrigo Marquis of Posa: Elliot Cowan
Duke of Alba: Ian Hogg
Domingo: Michael Hadley
Princess Eboli: Charlotte Randle
Count Lerma: Roger Swalne
Duchess of Olivarez: Una Stubbs
The Grand Inquisitor: Peter Eyre
Page to the Queen: Stuart Burt
Duke of Medina Sidonia: Brian Poyser
Count Cordua: Andrew McDonald
Prince of Parma: Paul Keating

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Drama on 3: Don Carlos

BBC Radio 3, 2 September 2007 20.30

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