John Osborne: 3 Stories from Radio 4

John Osborne: 3 Stories from Radio 4

May 2017
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From Shore to Shore From Shore to Shore & Cyrano From Shore to Shore & Cyrano & Plus1 more...
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From Shore to Shore From Shore to Shore & Cyrano From Shore to Shore & Cyrano & Plus1 more...
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Cyrano Cyrano & The Oxford German Play: Reigen
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Cyrano Cyrano & The Oxford German Play: Reigen
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The Oxford Italian Play: Mistero! The Oxford Italian Play: Mistero! & Carleen Anderson: Cage Street...
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The Oxford Italian Play: Mistero! The Oxford Italian Play: Mistero! & Henning Wehn: Westphalia is not an...
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Duration: 1 hour 40mins with interval

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Age guideline: 14+

  • Osborne sits somewhere between Tom Wrigglesworth and Daniel Kitson... I could have listened for hours.
       
    Independent

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