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The BBC Television Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Richard the Third

Synopsis

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by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Cast in alphabetical order: and PETER ALDWYN , BRIAN BINNS GERALD BLACKMORE STEPHEN BRIGDEN
MICHAEL COGAN , STUART COX
JONATHAN EVANS , MARK FLETCHER MICHAEL GARDINER , DAVID GOODWIN BARRY GRANTHAM , NICHOLAS HALL ANGUS KENNEDY , HAMISH KERR HUS LEVENT , DAVID LUDWIG
PETER MACKLEN , JOHN RANKIN
MARTIN RUTLEDGE , PETER SEARLES
Fight arranger MALCOLM RANSON Movement co-ordinator GERALDINE STEPHENSON
Incidental musicDUDLEY SIMPSON Lighting SAM BARCLAY
Make-up artist CECILE HAY-ARTHUR Costume designer JOHN PEACOCK Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Script editor DAVID SNODIN Producer SIIAUN SUTTON Director JANE HOWELL
A BBC Ariet book, Shakespeare in Perspective Volume 1, £3.95 from booksellers
(The Tragedy of Richard the Third continues at 8.40)

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Peter Aldwyn
Unknown: Brian Binns
Unknown: Gerald Blackmore
Unknown: Stephen Brigden
Unknown: Michael Cogan
Unknown: Stuart Cox
Unknown: Jonathan Evans
Unknown: Mark Fletcher
Unknown: Michael Gardiner
Unknown: David Goodwin
Unknown: Barry Grantham
Unknown: Nicholas Hall
Unknown: Angus Kennedy
Unknown: Hamish Kerr
Unknown: Hus Levent
Unknown: David Ludwig
Unknown: Peter MacKlen
Unknown: John Rankin
Unknown: Martin Rutledge
Unknown: Peter Searles
Unknown: Malcolm Ranson
Unknown: Geraldine Stephenson
Music: Dudley Simpson
Unknown: Sam Barclay
Artist: Cecile Hay-Arthur
Designer: John Peacock
Designer: Oliver Bayldon
Editor: David Snodin
Producer: Siiaun Sutton
Director: Jane Howell
King Henry VI: Peter Benson
Sir Richard Ratcliffe: Antony Brown
Sir William Catesby: David Burke
Duke of Buckingham: Michael Byrne
Jane Shore: Anne Carroll
Earl Rivers: Paul Chapman
Richard III: Ron Cook
Queen Elizabeth: Rowena Cooper
Lord Grey/Lord Mayor of London: Arthur Cox
Duchess Of York: Annette Crosbie
Lord Hastings: David Daker
Second citizen/First messenger/ Earl of Richmond....: Brian Deacon
Young Duke of York: Jeremy Dimmick
Lord Stanley, Earl of Derby/Archbishop Of York...: Tenniel Evans
Sir Robert Brakenbury/Earl of Surrey: Derek Farr
Edward, Prince of Wales: Dorian Ford
Queen Margaret: Julia Foster
Second murderer/Sir Thomas Vaughan: Derek Fuke
Marquess of Dorset: Alex Guard
First murderer: Bernard Hill
George, Duke of Clarence: Paul Jesson
- Lady Margaret Plantagenet: Patsy Kensit
Page to Richard: Rusty Livingstone
Halberdier/Lord Lovel: Oengus MacNamara
Edward IV: Brian Protheroe
Ghost of Prince of Wales: Nick Reding
Edward Plantagenet: Stephen Rooney
Lady Anne: Zoë Wanamaker
First citizen/Sir James Tyrrel: Mark Wing-Davey
Duke of Norfolk: Peter Wyatt

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The BBC Television Shakespeare: The Tragedy of Richard the Third

BBC Two England, 23 January 1983 19.15






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