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Stone: The Complete Series 8 and 9: BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Crime Dramas Audiobook

Stone: The Complete Series 8 and 9: BBC Radio 4 Full-Cast Crime Dramas

Author: Danny Brocklehurst Narrator: Craig Cheetham, Deborah Mcandrew, Full Cast, Hugo Speer Release Date: April 2021

Hugo Speer stars as Manchester detective John Stone in the final two series of the hard-hitting detective drama DCI Stone and his team are faced with two more tricky, morally complex cases in these gritty five-part dramas, created by award-winning screenwriter Danny Brocklehurst. Series 8, Retribution: The Unravelling of a Murder, sees Stone grappling with grief after his wife's death, and struggling to look after his teenage daughter alone. DS Kelly, meanwhile, is preparing to get married, and feeling overwhelmed with wedding admin - but their personal lives are put on hold when the team is called to investigate a death at an inner-city hotel. How did respectable businessman Maxwell Foley come to fall from Room 608 - and why was he at the Beresford in the first place? To find out, Stone must navigate the murky, transient world of the hospitality industry... But as he comes closer to uncovering the truth, forces conspire to prevent past crimes from coming to light... Written by Martin Jameson and Richard Monks, this gripping drama features a full cast including Lizzie Stavrou (Hollyoaks) and Emma Cunniffe (Roadkill). As Series 9, Protection, opens, DI Tanner has just had some life-changing news - while Stone gets a call from his daughter Alice, telling him she's been arrested. Meanwhile, their new investigation feels dangerously close to home. A teenager has been fatally stabbed, in what seems to be a totally unprovoked attack. The boy wasn't a known gang member, and his girlfriend Ruby claims she didn't recognise his killer. As the team search for leads, can they find out who was responsible before someone else gets hurt? This compelling drama was written by Vivienne Harvey, Carol Russell and Martin Jameson, and the cast includes Sydney Wade (I Kill Giants) and Angela Lonsdale (Our Girl). Created by Danny Brocklehurst Produced and directed by Gary Brown and Nadia Molinari Starring Hugo Speer as DCI John Stone, Craig Cheetham as DI Mike Tanner and Deborah McAndrew as DS Sue Kelly Series 8 Elena/Karen/Lowri/DC Novak - Lizzie Stavrou Terry Quinn/DC Hale/Dave Webster - Jason Done Alice Stone - Millie Gibson Jolene/Diana/Vicky - Angela Lonsdale Asadi Qadir/Gareth - George Bukhari Ibrahim/Gordon - Peter Singh Marek/Joe Myers - William Ash Lisa Taylor/Heather Webster - Emma Cunniffe Tomo/ Dean Carradous - William Fox Sophie Webster/ DS Richards - Sacha Parkinson Mia - Nadia Emam Charlie Haynes - Simon Trinder Written by Martin Jameson (Episodes 1 & 2) and Richard Monks (Episodes 3-5) First broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 7-11 January 2019 Series 9 Alice/Kid 2 - Sydney Wade Jolene/Karen/Valerie/Greta - Angela Lonsdale Yusef/Security guard - Eddie Capli Ruby/Fi - Lucy Dixon Tolga/Jo Jo - James Cooney Jax Braithwaite/Renita/Dr Bassey - Doña Croll WC/Paramedic/Denny Rashford/Adam Collins - Hamish Rush Nessy/Dr Abiola - Danielle Henry Madison/DC Novak - Sacha Parkinson Layla/DS Novak - Sade Malone Phil Simpson/Dougie - Rupert Hill Solicitor - Darren Kuppan Written by Vivienne Harvey (Episode 1), Carol Russell (Episodes 2 & 3) and Martin Jameson (Episodes 4 & 5) First broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 1-5 February 2021 ? 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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The Cinderella Service & Cinderella D-Day: Two BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramas Audiobook

The Cinderella Service & Cinderella D-Day: Two BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramas

Samantha Bond stars in two captivating stories set around a hostel for Land Girls during World War Two Based in Devon in the 1940s, these two dramas follow the lives and loves of a group of young women, all from different backgrounds, but all determined to do their bit for King and country in the Land Army. Billeted in a hastily-converted farmhouse, they face cramped conditions and gruelling work - but there's always dances at the village hop and the chance of romance with a GI... The Cinderella Service It's 1943, and Alice Todd has just separated from her husband. With a ten-year-old son to care for, she accepts the position of Warden at a hostel for Land Girls: but is she up to the job? Looking after ten lively, independent women is hard, and when Alice's competence is questioned, she doubts her ability to cope. Will the loyalty and friendship of her girls persuade her to stick it out? Cinderella D-Day 1944. Alice is still busy running the Women's Land Army hostel, as well as taking tentative steps in her new career and a fledgling relationship. But the girls in her care are finding that life in wartime does not run smoothly. As the hostilities rumble on, there is happiness and heartbreak in store, and the hostel residents face danger and some stark personal choices... Created by Julia Stoneham - a regular writer on hit TV show The House of Elliott - these evocative wartime dramas star Samantha Bond as Alice, with a cast including June Barrie, Tilly Vosburgh, Becky Hindley and Deborah McAndrew. Directed by Tracey Neale Theme tune: 'This Time the Dream's On Me' by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer, lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc The Cinderella Service Alice - Samantha Bond Edward-John - James Cohen Rose - June Barrie Annie - Tilly Vosburgh Mabel - Cathy Murphy Marian - Becky Hindley Winnie - Deborah McAndrew Martha - Rachel Lewis Taffy - Elaine Claxton Georgina - Annabel Mullion Chrissie - Teresa Gallagher Margery Brewster - Tessa Worsley Roger Bayliss - Peter Yapp Christopher Bayliss - Andrew Wlncott Ferdie - Bill Wallis Oliver Maynard/Fred - Ian Masters Ron Chapman - David Collings Mrs Bowden - Jilly Bond Nora - Abigail Docherty Andreas - Walter Van Dyke Ruben - David Antrobus Alec/John Boyce - Matthew Morgan James Todd - David Jarvis Mary Brewer - Eva Stuart Other parts played by members of the cast First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 5-19 April 1995 Cinderella D-Day Alice - Samantha Bond Rose - June Barrie Georgina - Louise Lombard Christopher - Adrian Lukis Annie - Tilly Vosburgh Marian - Becky Hindley Winnie - Deborah McAndrew Taffy - Elaine Claxton Martha - Rachel Lewis Mabel - Cathy Murphy Edward-John - Sam Collings Roger Bayliss - Ioan Meredith Margery Brewster - Tessa Worsley Ferdie - Bill Wallis Lionel Brewer - Alex Lowe Mary Brewer - Ann Beach Ruben - David Antrobus Marvin - Robert Harper Joan - Elaine Pyke Kiwi - Joanna Monro James - David Jarvis Dave - Dominic Taylor Eleanor - Abigail Docherty Beryl/Mrs Tucker/Fran - Janet Maw Lionel - Alex Lowe Fred - Denys Hawthorne Italian POW - Chris Pavlo Arthur - William Howard Other parts played by members of the cast First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 18 September-2 October 1996

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Such Sweet Possession: The Life and Loves of Anne Lister: A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation Audiobook

Such Sweet Possession: The Life and Loves of Anne Lister: A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation

Author: Mary Cooper Narrator: , Deborah Mcandrew, Helen Schlesinger Release Date: March 2019

Meet Anne Lister, the 18th Century landowner, industrialist, explorer, lesbian and feminist icon. This is her story... Anne was different from society's expectations of a woman at the time: she not only did not wish to marry, but she also did not want to conform. Anne was only interested in women and had 'marriage' ceremonies with Mariana Lawton and later Ann Walker. She spent a great deal of time studying, managed her own estates, sought business opportunities, travelled widely and climbed mountains In this full-cast BBC Radio 4 dramatisation written by Mary Cooper and starring Deborah McAndrew as Anne, we meet the serial diarist as she describes her life, her loves and the societal changes happening around her. Cast: Anne......Deborah McAndrew Isabella......Helen Schlesinger Mariana......Kaye Wragg Eliza......Rina Mahoney Produced and directed by Nadia Molinan.

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Stone: The Complete Series 5-7: BBC Radio 4 full-cast crime dramas Audiobook

Stone: The Complete Series 5-7: BBC Radio 4 full-cast crime dramas

Author: Danny Brocklehurst Narrator: , Craig Cheetham, Deborah Mcandrew, Hugo Speer, Jill Halfpenny Release Date: March 2019

Hugo Speer stars as John Stone in Series 5-7 of the gritty, fast-paced crime drama created by Danny Brocklehurst Manchester detective DCI Stone and his team are faced with ten complex, morally challenging cases in this collection of hard-hitting radio dramas. As Series 5 opens, Stone is still reeling from the mishandled shooting of Callum Gartside, a gunman who had murdered his own family. With his personal life in tatters, he must find the strength to hold it together and do his job. In Dirt by Martin Jameson, he investigates a body in a flooded gravel pit; in Blood Money by Richard Monks, he looks into the hit-and-run killing of a cyclist; and in A Cut Above by Marcia Layne, he looks into a suspected case of female genital mutilation. Progress, by Alex Ganley, finds him searching for the murderer of a garden centre owner; while Broken, by Vivienne Harvey, centres around a missing pregnant woman. Series 6 includes Disclosure by Richard Monks, Wishing Well by Alex Ganley and Dan Allum, Casualties by Martin Jameson, and Damage by Vivienne Harvey. In these four episodes, Stone unearths dark secrets following an arson attack on a school; struggles to find the truth about a dead body on an abandoned travellers' site; hits an unexpected obstacle in a murder investigation and goes undercover after a series of suspicious deaths among the homeless community. In Silence, Series 7 follows one case across ten episodes, written by Martin Jameson, Richard Monks, Cath Staincliffe, Alex Ganley and Vivienne Harvey. After a fire at a hostel, a body is found - but who is he? Stone's enquiries lead him to re-examine a murder investigation from twenty years before, and uncover a web of lies and deceit that make him confront his past mistakes and lead to personal trauma.

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Stone: The Complete Series 1-4: 17 BBC Radio 4 full-cast crime dramas Audiobook

Stone: The Complete Series 1-4: 17 BBC Radio 4 full-cast crime dramas

Author: Danny Brocklehurst, Various Narrator: , Craig Cheetham, Deborah Mcandrew, Hugo Speer Release Date: April 2018

Seventeen stories from the gritty crime series created by Danny Brocklehurst, starring Hugo Speer as Manchester detective John Stone. This collection brings together Series 1 to 4 of this intelligent detective drama, tackling morally ambiguous, complex and challenging subjects. DCI Stone and his team investigate a series of brutal murders and missing person cases, among other grisly crimes.Starring Hugo Speer as DCI John Stone, Craig Cheetham as DI Mike Tanner and Deborah McAndrew as DS Sue Kelly.Directed by Nadia Molinari, Stefan Escreet, Charlotte Riches and Pauline Harris. Episode guide:Mary Shane by Danny Brocklehurst: Stone is investigating the high profile case of a missing teenage girl, when 80-year-old Mary Shane confesses to murdering three people 60 years earlier.The Ties that Bind by Damian Wayling: A body dredged up from a lake implicates an ex-police officer and a respected headteacher. Dead Fishes by Chloe Moss: A young man with Down's Syndrome admits to killing his mother.God's Witness by Danny Brocklehurst: A woman witnesses the murder of a young boy by a notorious gang.The Deserved Dead by Danny Brocklehurst: Stone and his team investigate the brutal murder of a known sex offender. Collateral Damage by Martin Jameson: Stone investigates the death of Gary Taylor, a veteran of the Iraq War suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Bridge by Cath Staincliffe: When university student Matt falls to his death from a railway bridge, Stone and his team embark on a murder investigation. The Night by James Rye: Stone investigates the sexual assault of the wife of one of his team, and uncovers a dark secret. Sleep Tight by Cath Staincliffe: Two-year-old Brianna disappears one night from her family home. Demons by Martin Jameson: A young man, Emir, is fatally stabbed in a Manchester street in front of his twin brother, Jamal. Taken by Richard Monks: A man of Polish descent is attacked in the lead up to local elections.One of Our Own by Danny Brocklehurst: A fellow police officer is found critically injured on the notorious Marinduque Estate. Something to Do by Martin Jameson: A young boy is discovered badly injured and left for dead.Blood by Vivienne Harvey: DCI Stone gets in the ring to investigate the murder of a promising young thai kick boxer. Heart of Darkness by Gurpreet Bhatti: A schoolgirl's body is found in a park in the poor part of town.Mother Love by Richard Monks: Jean fights to defend her son Matthew after he is arrested for downloading child pornography.

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Wives And Daughters (BBC Radio 4  Woman's Hour Drama) Audiobook

Wives And Daughters (BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour Drama)

A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation of Elizabeth Gaskell's classic novel of everyday provincial life in the 1820s, 'Wives and Daughters', first broadcast in the 'Woman's Hour Drama' slots from 29 November 2010 - 10 December 2010. 'Wives and Daughters' was written in the 1860s and serialised in the Cornhill Magazine. It is set in the 1820s and deals to a large extent with the position of women in society. Elizabeth Gaskell left it unfinished, so any dramatiser of the novel is faced with guessing the intended outcome of the story. This BBC Radio 4 adaptation by Theresa Heskins stars Deborah McAndrew as Lily Gaskell, Emerald O'Hanrahan as Molly Gibson and Jamie Newall as Dr Gibson. Also included amongst the cast are Julia Hills, Claire Neilson, Marian Kemmer, Susan Jeffrey, Kate Layden and Henry Devas. Produced and directed by Peter Leslie Wild.

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A Taste For Death Audiobook

A Taste For Death

Author: P.D. James Narrator: Deborah Mcandrew, Richard Derrington Release Date: November 2008

Richard Derrington and Deborah McAndrew star in this thrilling dramatisation of P.D. James' enduringly popular mystery. When two men are discovered with their throats cut in the vestry of St Matthew's Church, the police are faced with an intriguing challenge. For one of the victims was ex-Government minister Sir Paul Berowne, the other, Harry Mack, a local tramp and alcoholic. For Commander Adam Dalgliesh, now heading a Scotland Yard unit set up to investigate politically sensitive crimes, the case is particularly affecting – he had known Berowne, and the minister had asked for his help regarding an anonymous letter shortly before his resignation. Could the letter, implicating Berowne in the deaths of two women, be linked to the bodies in the vestry? How are Berowne’s wife and family involved – and what is the relationship between Berowne and the tramp? Aided by Inspector Kate Miskin and Chief Inspector John Massingham, Dalgliesh must answer these questions to uncover the truth...

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