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    A BBC Radio collection bringing together much-loved works by Alexandre Dumas and Alexandre Dumas fils, starring Timothy Spall, Anton Lesser, Iain Glen, Ruth Wilson and Dan Stevens.

    Alexandre Dumas père and fils are among the most popular and widely read authors in French literature, whose works have been adapted numerous times for stage, screen and radio. This BBC radio collection brings together three of their most famous tales of chivalry, heroism and romance.

    The Three Musketeers

    In this immortal tale of intrigue and derring-do, dashing young swordsman D’Artagnan and three members of King Louis XIII’s elite royal guard - Athos, Porthos and Aramis - embark on a series of adventures full of duelling, danger, courage and camaraderie.

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    Marseilles, 1815. Nineteen-year-old seaman Edmond Dantès is engaged to the beautiful Mercédès and about to be promoted to Captain. But his luck runs out when three acquaintances betray him, and he is condemned to fourteen years’ solitary confinement in the Chateau D'If. Escaping the notorious prison, Dantès plots his enemies’ destruction. His revenge will prove devastating…

    The Lady of the Camellias

    Written by Alexandre Dumas fils, this poignant tale of doomed love tells the story of Marguerite Gautier, a Parisian courtesan who goes on a journey through worldliness, romance, renunciation and atonement, thanks to a passionate affair with young Armand Duval.

    The Three Musketeers

    Written by Alexandre Dumas

    D'Artagnan – Jamie Glover

    Athos – Robert Glenister

    Porthos – Timothy Spall

    Aramis – Anton Lesser

    D'Artagnan’s father – James Taylor

    Jussac/Des Essarts – David Jarvis

    De Treville – Malcolm Ward

    King – Nicholas Boulton

    Planchet – Dominic Letts

    Bonacieux – Norman Bird

    Musketeer/Rochefort – Michael Onslow

    Narrator – John Rowe

    Madame Bonacieux – Helena Breck

    Duke of Buckingham – Michael Cochrane

    Queen – Teresa Gallagher

    Cardinal Richelieu – Julian Glover

    Magistrate – John Evitts

    Warder/Grimaud – Tom Bevan

    Bazin – David Rowan

    De Wardes – Kim Wall

    Milady de Winter – Imelda Staunton

    Lord de Winter – Gareth Armstrong

    Felton – Lyndam Gregory

    With Rachel Atkins, Nicholas Murchie, Peter Kenny, Frances Jeater and Stuart Organ

    Dramatised by James Saunders

    Produced and directed by Martin Jenkins

    The Count of Monte Cristo

    Written by Alexandre Dumas 

    Edmond Dantes – Iain Glen

    Haydee – Jane Lapotaire

    Abbe Faria – Richard Johnson

    Monsieur Morrell/Operator – Robert Blythe

    Danglars – Toby Jones

    Fernand de Morcerf – Zubin Varla

    Caderousse – Ben Crowe

    Jacopo – Joe Sims

    Captain Patin – Patrick Brennan

    Albert de Morcerf/Antoine/Andrea Cavalcanti – Will Howard

    Claude/Coachman/Bertuccio/Banker – Paul Stonehouse

    Max Morrell – Adam Nagaitis

    Mathilde– Liza Sadovy

    Julie Morrell/Eugenie Danglars – Eleanor Crooks

    Younger Haydee – Amber Rose Revah

    Gerard de Villefort – Paul Rhys

    Mercédès de Morcerf – Josette Simon

    Heloise de Villefort – Kate Fleetwood

    General Noirtier – Karl Johnson

    Hermine Danglars – Stephanie Racine

    Valentine de Villefort – Lizzy Watts

    Madame Lascelles/Actor – Sarah Thom

    Edourd de Villefort – Finn Monteath

    Adapted for radio by Sebastian Baczkiewicz

    Produced and directed by Jeremy Mortimer and Sasha Yevtushenko

    Music by David Tobin and Jeff Meegan

    The Lady of the Camellias

    Written by Alexandre Dumas fils

    Marguerite – Ruth Wilson

    Duval – Dan Stevens

    Dumas – Joseph Kloska

    Marguerite's sister/Prudence/Maid – Manon Edwards

    Gravedigger/Ernest/Count – Dick Bradnum

    Gaston/Porter – Keiron Self

    Duval Senior – Steffan Rhodri

    Olympe – Lynne Seymour

    Adapted by Frances Byrnes

    Produced and directed by Polly Thomas  

    ©2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P)2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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    • Monica
    • 26/04/2020

    Excellent performance

    All three stories were adapted very well for dramatization. The Count of Monte Cristo was the best, with a multi-thread intertwined plot. I liked the main narrator’s role as a guide to keeping all the characters and plots straight although sometimes it was a little obvious.
    The Lady of the Camellias could have benefited with a bit more length to extend the scenes between Armand and Margerite because their interaction was beautifully performed.

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    • David
    • 20/03/2020

    Excellent!

    Fantastic renditions per the usual BBC radio! Highly recommended if you like the radio versions of the classics.

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