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Afternoon Play: Righteous Brothers

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By Neil Brand. A drama starring John Woodvine, Clive Swift and Tom George. Harmony is the joyful noise that Brother Caradoc wishes to offer to the Lord. He dreams of taking his fellow monks to a higher musical plane with him. But if plainsong is the rule, is he inspired by God or sent by the Tempter?
Music composed by Neil Brand and performed by members of the cast.

Contributors

Writer/Music composed by: Neil Brand
Director: Ned Chaillet
Abbot: John Woodvine
Methusaleh: Clive Swift
Brother Caradoc: Tom George
Brother Esmonde: Ioan Meredith
Precentor: David Timson
Brother Alyn: Peter Luke Henry
Lady Emma: Carolyn Jones

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Afternoon Play: Righteous Brothers

BBC Radio 4 FM, 24 February 2003 14.15






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