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Alan Bennett - Talking Heads 2 Album


Performer: Alan Bennett
Genre: Audio Files
Title: Talking Heads 2
Country: UK
Released: 1998
Style: Radioplay, Audiobook
Label: BBC Worldwide, BBC Radio Collection
Catalog Number: ZBBC 2209
FLAC version ZIP size: 2271 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1848 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1890 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 605

Tracklist

1Nights In The Garden Of Spain (Cont'd)
Voice Actor – Penelope Wilton
2Playing Sandwiches
Voice Actor – David Haig
3The Outside Dog
Voice Actor – Julie Walters
4The Hand Of God (Cont'd)
Voice Actor – Eileen Atkins
5The Hand Of God
Voice Actor – Eileen Atkins
6Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet
Voice Actor – Patricia Routledge
7Nights In The Garden Of Spain
Voice Actor – Penelope Wilton
8Waiting For The Telegram
Voice Actor – Thora Hird

Credits

  • NarratorAlan Bennett

Notes

Running time 3 hours approx.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5011755220945
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – BBC Worldwide Ltd.

Album

Talking Heads is a series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by British playwright Alan Bennett. The first series was broadcast on BBC One in 1988, and adapted for radio on BBC Radio 4 in 1991. A second series was broadcast on BBC Two in 1998. They have since been included on the A-level and GCSE English Literature syllabus. Some episodes aired on PBS in the United States as part of its Masterpiece Theatre programme. Listen free to Alan Bennett Talking Heads 2 Miss Fozzard finds her feet, The Hand of God and more. 6 tracks . Alan Bennetts Talking Heads are among the masterworks of one of the very greatest writers in TV, film and theatre history, says Hytner, a long-time collaborator of Bennetts and the lead director and producer on the project. It has been a profound and fascinating experience to work out a way of making them again. It is a wonderful bonus that two of the 2020 Talking Heads are totally new, written only a short time before the current crisis began. And everyone involved has been working in an unprecedented way, rigorously observing social distancing, entirely rethinking ways of filmmaking th. Talking Heads is produced by Hytner and Kevin Loader for London Theatre Company, and co-produced by Steve Clark Hall. Executive producers are Nick Starr and Anthony Jones for London Theatre Company, and Wenger for the BBC. BBC Studios is providing studio space. The BBC said the series will air on BBC One in the coming months. The episodes and their original performers: A Chip in the Sugar Martin Freeman originally starred Alan Bennett in 1988. A Lady of Letters Imelda Staunton originally starred Patricia Routledge in 1988. Bed Among the Lentils Lesley Manville originally starred Maggie. BBC Alan Bennett Talking Heads 2 Read By Various Double Cassette,1999. Condition: Very Good. item 4 Alan Bennett - Talking Heads Telling Tales DVD Only 2 Discs,One Is Missing 3 -Alan Bennett - Talking Heads Telling Tales DVD Only 2 Discs,One Is Missing. item 5 Talking Heads by Alan Bennett Paperback, 1988 4 -Talking Heads by Alan Bennett Paperback, 1988. Album CDs Talking Heads 2015. Talking Heads Music CDs in English. Talking Heads 1980s Vinyl Records. Talking Heads Rhino Vinyl Records. Additional site navigation. A new monologue by Alan Bennett, performed by Sarah Bennett's Talking Heads TV Series 2020. Widely celebrated as Alan Bennett's masterpieces, his multi-award-winning Talking Heads return to BBC One. It is easy to forget that Alan Bennett does darkness. Perhaps its the Yorkshire vowels that suggest a Last of the Summer Wine whimsy, or the fact that some of the great actresses who have performed his work Patricia Routledge, Thora Hird, Julie Walters were known for their comedy chops. But return to Talking Heads, as BBC One has done by reviving Bennetts series of monologues in which outwardly respectable people reveal their inner thoughts, and some of them can take your breath away. The second instalment in the opening double bill, An Ordinary Woman, was genuinely shocking. Everything you need to know about which thespians originated the monologues that are now being revived on BBC One