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Classic Serial: The Invasion: Arab Chronicles of the First Crusade

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1/2. Jonathan Myerson tells the story of the First Crusade from the Muslim point of view. Firuz is a small-time merchant for whom the rules of survival suddenly change when his land is invaded by a rag-tag army of incomprehensible, odorous and ill-disciplined warriors from the West.
Other roles played by Stephen Critchlow, Robert Lonsdale and Malcolm Tierney
Producer/Director Jonquil Panting Rptd Sat 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Myerson
Played By: Stephen Crltchlow
Played By: Robert Lonsdale
Played By: Malcolm Tierney
Firuz: Andrew Lincoln
Stitch: Neil Dudgeon
Rihab: Helen Schlesinger
Yaghi-Siyan: Nicholas Woodeson
Tatikios: Peter Polycarpou
Nadirah: Rachel Atkins
Suleima: Jill Cardo
Anna: Janice Acquah
Peter: Chris Pavlo
Qilij: Gunnar Cauthery
Shams Al-Dawla: Dan Starkey

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Classic Serial: The Invasion: Arab Chronicles of the First Crusade

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 February 2009 15.00






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