The second of two plays by Christopher Denys based on the Calendar, which recorded the crimes of the inmates of London's infamous Newgate Prison.
The Tragic Life and Shameful Death of Mary Blandy. Besotted by Captain
Cranstoun, a fortune-seeker, Mary is persuaded to feed a powder to her father that she is told "will make him amiable again" towards Cranstoun.
Music composed and performed by John Telfer. Violinist Don Leo Schlaiffer
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
Lord Mark Ker:
Lynne Walker reviews a new production of Macbeth set in gangland Manchester in the 60s and an exhibition of "grotesque prints".
Members of the Nash Ensemble play live in the studio.
Producer Robyn Read. Revised rpt at 9.30pm
Steve was a young farm contractor, but the bottom has fallen out of his Thatcherite world.
With Andy Hockley, Jonathan Wyatt, Graham Colclough, Graham Padden, Richard Avery, and Graham Howes.
Don Marquis 's story concerns Archy, a poet reincarnated as a cockroach. Every night he leaps onto the keys of a typewriter, relating his experiences of the world. Archy's view of life is countered by Mehitabel the cat. Archy is played by John Guerassio and Mehitabel by Eartha Kitt. Abridged in eight episodes by Neville Teller. A Rewind production
A six-part dramatisation of Mary Wesley 's novel, with Beatie Edney as Poppy Carew. 3: Old flames and the racing fraternity turned up to Poppy's father's funeral. with Neville Jason , Raad Rawi and Malcolm Ward. Director Jane Morgan Rpt
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