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Drama on 3: Three Japanese Gothic Tales

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By Izumi Kyoka , dramatised by Georgia Pritchett. Izumi Kyoka is known as the Japanese Edgar Allan Poe , writing stories that are full of adventure, suspense and surprise as well as great beauty, tenderness and passion. Here are three adult fairy tales. The Holy Man of Mount Koya A Tale of Three Who One Day in Spring A Tale of Three Who Were Blind
Producer Marilyn Imrie Director Roxana Silbert

Contributors

Unknown: Izumi Kyoka
Unknown: Izumi Kyoka
Unknown: Edgar Allan Poe
Producer: Marilyn Imrie
Director: Roxana Silbert
Sakagami: Simon Russell Beale
Monk: Adrian Scarborough
Wanderer: Paul Rhys
Sakagami: Simon Russell Beale
Blind Man: Toby Jones
Sakagami: Simon Russell Beale
Monk: Adrian Scarborough
Tamawaki Mio: Mairead McKinley
Peddler: Lain Robertson
Farmer: Neil Dudgeon
Woman: Lia Williams
Old Man: Geoffrey Palmer
Older Blind Man: Geoffrey Palmer
Blind Woman: Lia Williams
Wanderer: Paul Rhys
Priest: Nell Dudgeon
Man: Lain Robertsoll
Lion Boy: Oscar Fletcher
Composer: Howard Davidson

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Drama on 3: Three Japanese Gothic Tales

BBC Radio 3, 26 December 2004 20.00






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