Programme Index

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From the home of the book festival at Hay-on-Wye, Martha Kearney looks at how the way we read is changing in the era of electronic publishing and globalised media. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Martha Kearney
Presenter:
Stephen Smith
Executive Producer:
Michael Poole
Executive Producer:
David Okuefuna
Producer:
Lucie Donahue
Director:
Lucie Donahue

A unique production of Dylan Thomas's famous 'play for voices' enacted by a community of Welsh performers in New York, Los Angeles, London, Cardiff and Laugharne. Show more

Contributors

Captain Cat:
Tom Jones
New York Voice:
Matthew Rhys
Laugharne Voice:
Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Drowned and Willy Nilly:
Tom Rhys Harries
Drowned and Voice:
Karl Johnson
Drowned and Evans the Death:
Iwan Rheon
Drowned and Voice:
Aneurin Barnard
Rosie Probert:
Nia Roberts
Mog Edwards:
Ioan Gruffudd
Myfanwy Price:
Kimberley Nixon
Neighbour:
Sophie Evans
Neighbour:
Melanie Walters
Rev Eli Jenkins:
Bryn Terfel
Polly Garter:
Katherine Jenkins
Mrs Ogmore Pritchard:
Charlotte Church
Mr Ogmore:
Tom Ellis
Mr Pritchard:
Aneirin Hughes
Butcher Beynon:
Robert Pugh
Mrs Beynon:
Suzanne Packer
Lily Smalls:
Eve Myles
Mae Rose Cottage:
Alexandra Roach
Nogood Boyo:
Craig Roberts
Mary Ann Sailors:
Sharon Morgan
Dai Bread:
Owen Teale
Mrs Dai Bread One:
Di Botcher
Mrs Dai Bread Two:
Sian Thomas
Sinbad Sailors:
Jon Tregenna
Director:
Pip Broughton
Executive Producer:
Bethan Jones

Storyville

Searching for Sugar Man

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes

on BBC Four

Film which tells the story of how 60s American rocker Sixto Rodriguez became a phenomenon in South Africa after two fans turned detectives to find out what really happened to him. Show more

BBC Four

About BBC Four

BBC Four reflects arts, music and culture with an ambitious range of intellectually and culturally enriching programmes, taking an expert and in-depth approach to its subjects.

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