VIOLENCE AND THE BIG MALE VOICE....2005
By Alick Rowe, from the novel by Gwyn Thomas (R4, 1415, 12 Sept 05) was a comic tale of passion, set in South Wales in the 1930s. There is comedy when you meet the members of a male voice choir. I met some recently in a pub; they sang in parts, drank a lot, and told ribald true stories about newlyweds. Alick's play was similarly amusing, but there was a darker side. Jonathan Floyd and Mali Harries starred; Gilly Adams directed.
What We Did on Our Holidays....2004
11.11.04. By Neil Rhodes.
An attempt to make the annual holiday a more spontaneous affair takes Ed and his family to unexpected places. With Iestyn Jones, Clare Isaac, Meilyr Sion, Katy Owen. Directed by Gilly Adams.
The Love Of Birds....2003
14 Feb 03, R4, by DJ Britton, specially commissioned for St Valentine's Day. Miranda has come to Bardholm to think. Huw is there to see the puffins. Their meeting has unexpected consequences. With Penny Downie, Richard Elfyn. Directed by Gilly Adams.
*THE PARSON AND MRS SACHS....2003
By Dave Britton, 28 Nov 03, R4. Mrs Sachs and her old friend The Parson, are set the task of keeping Napoleon Bonaparte safe from assassination during his exile on St Helena. An entertaining flight of fancy with Philip Madoc, Melanie Walters, Andy Rivers, Lucy Rivers, Simon Ludders, and Brendan Charleson. Director Gilly Adams.
By Othniel Smith. BBC Radio 4, Afternoon Theatre, November 2001 Directed by Gilly Adams, with Simon Trinder, Joanna Griffiths, Rhodri Hugh. A student reflects on a life-changing friendship. Broadcast 23/11/01
By Juliet Ace (q.v.). Stories of a girl's childhood in Wales.
Nigel Deacon / Diversity website
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