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Kenneth Cranham, Emma Kennedy, Mark Steel, Zoe Svendsen, Scottee, the Hot Sardines, Cornelia

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 LW

Clive Anderson and Scottee talk to guests including Kenneth Cranham, Emma Kennedy and Mark Steel for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Clive Anderson
Interviewed Guest:
Kenneth Cranham
Interviewed Guest:
Emma Kennedy
Interviewed Guest:
Mark Steel
Interviewed Guest:
Zoe Svendsen

First broadcast: on BBC One London

2/8. Dockers. The gnarly coppers probe the death of a union secretary suspected of cooking the books. Featuring Frances Barber and Kenneth Cranham.
Writers John Martin Johnson and JC Wilsher; Producer
Francis Matthews ; Director Rob Evans

Contributors

Unknown:
Frances Barber
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham.
Unknown:
John Martin Johnson
Producer:
Francis Matthews
Director:
Rob Evans
Brian Lane:
Alun Armstrong
Jack Halford:
James Bolam
Supt Sandra Pullman:
Amanda Redman
Gerry Standing:
Dennis Waterman
DAC Robert Strickland:
Anthony Calf
Karen Benson:
Leanne Lakey
Frank Benson:
Kenneth Colley
Joe Walsh:
Martin Troakes
Anita Walsh:
Frances Barber
Kaye Sutton:
Fiona Dolman
Brendan Dyer:
Dave Hill
Rose Dyer:
Maggie Steed
Lord McCready:
Kenneth Cranham
Mark Seroyan:
Michael Howe
Young Anita Walsh:
Hannah Tointon
Young Mark Seroyan:
Damian Hunt

The commercial airliner carrying film star Leslie Howard was shot down in 1943 with the death of all on board. Was it an accident, a strange case of mistaken identity or was he the intended target? Mark Burgess 's play stars Simon Williams and Kenneth Cranham.
Director David Blount

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Howard
Unknown:
Mark Burgess
Unknown:
Simon Williams
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham.
Director:
David Blount
Leslie Howard:
Simon Williams
Alfred Chenhalls:
Kenneth Cranham
Dora:
Doreen Mantle
Derek:
John Evitts
Wilfrid Israel:
Jonathan Tafler
George West:
Roger Alborough
Fr Holmes:
Trevor Ltttledale
Young Dora:
Clare Corbett
Young Derek:
Dylan Jackson Yates
Boarding officer:
Chris Stanton

First broadcast: on BBC Two England

Second World War comedy drama starring Kenneth Cranham and Derek Jacobi. Bored with their jobs in the Army Dental Corps, a sergeant and a rookie private steal a fishing boat and head make for occupied
France to see some active service. Review page 37.
Director John Henderson (2002, PG)

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Derek Jacobi.
Director:
John Henderson
Sergeant Peter King:
Kenneth Cranham
Private Leslie Cuthbertson:
Leo Bill
Emma Fraser:
Rosanna Lavelle
Major Merton:
Derek Jacobi
Faith:
Phylllda Law
Major Bates:
James Fleet
Colonel Hatchard:
Julian Glover
Sergeant Major Dudley:
Anthony Valentine

A play about faith and doubt, starting at Advent and ending at Easter. A former soldier walks out of the woods to help a priest-monk trying to set up a small community in the aftermath of the First World War. Written by Stephen Wakelam and starring Kenneth Cranham.
Director Janet Whitaker

Contributors

Written By:
Stephen Wakelam
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham.
Director:
Janet Whitaker
Walter:
Kenneth Cranham
Francis:
Stuart McQuarrie
Rector:
John Rowe
Ordinand:
Loan Meredith
Carter:
Philip Fox

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

Men of Violence by JAN NEEDLE with Leslie Sands Eric Allan and Kenneth Cranham
Albert Winterbottom is a cantankerous, violent old fisherman, but when his boat runs aground, regional television journalists turn him into a local hero. The resultant publicity causes an outbreak of violence, but who is really responsible?
Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Sands
Unknown:
Eric Allan
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Albert Winterbottom
Directed By:
Michael Bartlett
Albert Winterbottom:
Leslie Sands
John Spragg:
Eric Allan
Polly:
Amanda Murray
Blaze:
Kenneth Cranham
Tom:
Bill Monks
Capt Clark:
Norman Shelley
Mrs Winterbottom:
Betty Hardy
Les:
Kenneth Shanley
Dave:
John Vine
Jim:
Tim Bentinck

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

Men of Violence by JAN NEEDLE with Leslie Sands Eric Allan and Kenneth Cranham
Albert Winterbottom Is a cantankerous, violent old fisherman. But when his boat runs aground, regional television journ- , alists turn him into a local hero. The resultant publicity causes an outbreak of violence, but who is really responsible?
Directed by MICHAEL BARTLETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Leslie Sands
Unknown:
Eric Allan
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Albert Winterbottom
Directed By:
Michael Bartlett
Albert Winterbottom:
Leslie Sands
John Spragg:
Eric Allan
Polly:
Amanda Murray
Blaze:
Kenneth Cranham
Tom:
Bill Monks
Captain Clark:
Norman Shelley
Mrs Winterbottom:
Betty Hardy
LeS:
Kenneth Shanley
Dave:
John Vine
Jim:
Tim Bentinck

First broadcast: on BBC One London

The last episode of a six-part serial by ALICK ROWE starring
Kenneth Cranham Cheryl Campbell Michael Byrne
Introducing Neil Jeffery
A confrontation that changes everyone's lives takes place between Mark and Eric. Nothing can ever be the same again.
Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD
Script editor JENNY SHERIDAN Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director
JOHN GORME CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Alick Rowe
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Cheryl Campbell
Unknown:
Michael Byrne
Unknown:
Neil Jeffery
Editor:
Jenny Sheridan
Producer:
Ruth Boswell
Unknown:
John Gorme Ceefax
Eric Palmer:
Kenneth Cranham
Elizabeth Fellowes:
Cheryl Campbell
MarkFellowes:
Michael Byrne
Tim Palmer:
Neil Jeffery
Sandy Clarke:
Andree Evans
Ralph Barton:
Basil Moss
Neil Carolan:
Peter Howell
Richard Davison:
Linus Roache
Headmaster:
Mark Wing-Davey
Martin Byford:
Peter Sykes
Tony Mells:
James Carrington
Ian Fielding:
Matthew Barrett
Verger:
Alan Starkey
Hotel manager:
Paul Cresswell

Corridor by RIB DAVIS
When he went to prison, Roy and Maureen did intend to keep their family united. But the walls that keep Roy in keep Maureen out and a prosperous future together just gets more and more difficult to believe in. Directed by MARGARET WINDHAM
(Kenneth Cranham is a National Theatre player) (Repeated. Tues 11.3 am)

Contributors

Directed By:
Margaret Windham
Directed By:
Kenneth Cranham
Roy:
Kenneth Cranham
Maureen:
Lorna Heilbron

First broadcast: on BBC One London

A six-part serial by ALICK ROWE starring
Kenneth Cranham Cheryl Campbell Michael Byrne
Introducing Nell Jeffery
2: Elizabeth has made a new life for herself and for
Tim. Eric , her volatile ex-husband, is threatening to bring it tumbling round her ears.
Music composed by RICHARD HARVEY Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD
Script editor JENNY SHERIDAN
Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director JOHN GORRIE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Cheryl Campbell
Unknown:
Michael Byrne
Unknown:
Nell Jeffery
Unknown:
Tim. Eric
Composed By:
Richard Harvey
Unknown:
Barry Chatfield
Editor:
Jenny Sheridan
Producer:
Ruth Boswell
Director:
John Gorrie
Eric Palmer:
Kenneth Cranham
Elizabeth Fellowes:
Cheryl Campbell
Mark:
Michael Byrne
Tim Palmer:
Neil Jeffery
Sandy Clarke:
Andrée Evans
Ralph Barton:
Basil Moss
Fred Edmunds:
Leslie Sands
Gavin Freeman:
Nigel Le Vaillant
Tom Bridges:
Edward Clayton
John Parker:
Brian Miller
Mary:
Judith Pearson
Peter:
Tim Bates
Tony Mells:
James Carrington
Ian Fielding:
Matthew Barrett

First broadcast: on BBC One London

A six-part serial written by ALICK ROWE starring
Kenneth Cranham Cheryl Campbell Michael Byrne
Introducing Neil Jeffery 4: Tim wants to become a cathedral server. First he has a debt to pay, but he cannot face the consequences.
Costume designer TERRY PATTERSON Organist and Master of the Choristers ROY MASSEY
Script editor JENNY SHERIDAN Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director JOHN GORRIE
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Contributors

Written By:
Alick Rowe
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Cheryl Campbell
Unknown:
Michael Byrne
Unknown:
Neil Jeffery
Organist:
Terry Patterson
Unknown:
Roy Massey
Editor:
Jenny Sheridan
Producer:
Ruth Boswell
Director:
John Gorrie
Eric Palmer:
Kenneth Cranham
Elizabeth Fellowes:
Cheryl Campbell
Mark Fellowes:
Michael Byrne
Tim Palmer:
Neil Jeffery
Sandy Clarke:
Andree Evans
Ralph Barton:
Basil Moss
Neil Carolan:
Peter Howell
Gavin Freeman:
Nigel Le Vaillant
Richard Davison:
Linus Roache
Tom Bridges:
Edward Clayton
Chalky:
Terry Molloy
Vie:
Richard Butler
Tina:
Carole Harrison
Actor:
Greg Markaudley
Dave:
Adrian Lester
Jason:
Jago Smith

by GUY HIBBERT starring Kenneth Cranham Kenneth Colley ,
Carol Drinkwater , John Duttine. Teddy Rose 's passion is security - selling alarm systems to prosperous yet fearful suburban homes, one of which he and his family inhabit with conspicuous success. Then one Saturday morning a violent street encounter starts a chain of events which calls into question his every assumption and changes his life for good.
Music by COLIN TOWNS
Lighting ROD LITHERLAND
Script editor HILARY SALMON Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS Producer MICHAEL WEARING Director PEDR JAMES BBC Pebble Mill
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Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Kenneth Colley
Unknown:
Carol Drinkwater
Unknown:
John Duttine.
Unknown:
Teddy Rose
Music By:
Colin Towns
Unknown:
Rod Litherland
Editor:
Hilary Salmon
Designer:
Michael Edwards
Producer:
Michael Wearing
Director:
Pedr James
Teddy:
Kenneth Cranham
Tennyson:
Kenneth Colley
Maggie:
Carol Drinkwater
Tim:
John Duttine
Harry:
David Bradley
Ray:
Noel Collins
Billy:
Lennox Greaves
Danny:
Sean Chapman
Christine:
Elaine Donnelly
Mortimer:
Peter Hughes
Jack:
Lloyd McGuire
Oswald:
John Cunningham
Ann:
Richenda Carey
Peter:
Peter Yapp
Det Sgt Day:
Simon James
Thomas:
Matthew Hutchings
Tamsin:
Lydia Hutchings
Teddy's secretary:
Alison Gorton