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  • Author:
    Crawford Logan,Full Cast,Gerda Stevenson,Francis Durbridge
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    1408426137
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    BBC Books; Unabridged edition (August 5, 2010)
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These full cast recreations by BBC-4 of the original radio shows are fabulous, and Paul Temple and Steve is one of. .Crawford Logan is a more manly-sounding Paul Temple than some others, and Gerda Stevenson and Gareth Thomas offer strong support.

These full cast recreations by BBC-4 of the original radio shows are fabulous, and Paul Temple and Steve is one of the most enjoyable. Using the original music, including Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, Crawford Logan and Gerda Stevenson make a wonderful Paul Temple and Steve. Don't expect the magic that Marjorie Westbury brought to the original series for so many years, but urge instead that the BBC continue to prepare and release as many of the lost originals as possible.

Paul Temple made his first radio appearance on 8 April 1938 on the BBC's Midland Region. Send for Paul Temple was a huge success: within a week of the serial's final instalment the BBC received 7000 letters demanding more

Paul Temple made his first radio appearance on 8 April 1938 on the BBC's Midland Region. Send for Paul Temple was a huge success: within a week of the serial's final instalment the BBC received 7000 letters demanding more. A second adventure, Paul Temple and the Front Page Men, was broadcast in November and December 1938 and was even more popular than the first.

Durbridge wrote twenty Paul Temple serials for radio. Paul Temple was played by Crawford Logan and Steve by Gerda Stevenson. Paul Temple was played by British actor Francis Matthews, with Ros Drinkwater playing Steve

Durbridge wrote twenty Paul Temple serials for radio. The first was Send for Paul Temple, broadcast in eight episodes on the BBC Midland Regional Programme from 8 April 1938. Hugh Morton played Paul, and Steve was played by Bernadette Hodgson. This production was repeated on Radio 4 from mid-June 2007. Paul Temple was played by British actor Francis Matthews, with Ros Drinkwater playing Steve.

By: Francis Durbridge. Narrated by: Crawford Logan, Gerda Stevenson. Paul Temple lives again in these five complete radio dramas starring Crawford Logan as Paul and Gerda Stephenson as his redoubtable wife, Steve

By: Francis Durbridge. Length: 19 hrs and 9 mins. Paul Temple lives again in these five complete radio dramas starring Crawford Logan as Paul and Gerda Stephenson as his redoubtable wife, Steve. Each of these productions was made for BBC Radio 4 in an authentic 1950s-style studio conditions and based on the scripts of the original radio serials. Great performances, good mysteries, very enjoyable. By Debbie on 10-28-18. Paul Temple: The Complete Radio Collection: Volume Two. The Fifties. By: Francis Durbridge.

Читает Crawford Logan, Full Cast и Gerda Stevenson. From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after case in one of BBC Radio's most popular serials

Читает Crawford Logan, Full Cast и Gerda Stevenson. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента. From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after case in one of BBC Radio's most popular serials. Now the dapper duo return refreshed and reinvigorated to the airwaves, to investigate the activities of a shadowy and ruthless criminal mastermind in post-war London.

From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after.

Narrated by Crawford Logan. From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after.

Gerda Stevenson, Crawford Logan. Narrated by. Full Cast Production Staff.

From 1938 to 1968 crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after case in one of BBC Radio s most popular series. Now the glamorous duo return to the airwaves to break a mysterious drug-running gang. Post-war London is buzzing with speculation about the deaths of ten young drug addicts within the space of just one week. So Sir Graham Forbes turns to Paul Temple. Gerda Stevenson, Crawford Logan.

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From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple and his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve solved case after case in one of BBC Radio's most popular serials. Now the dapper duo return refreshed and reinvigorated to the airwaves, to investigate the activities of a shadowy and ruthless criminal mastermind in post-war London. Enlisted by Sir Graham Forbes of Scotland Yard to help track down the mysterious Dr Belasco, Paul and Steve find clues in cigarette lighters and bodies in shrubberies, dance the night away in louche Latin American night clubs, meet sinister manservants and suspicious foreigners, and have their lives threatened at every turn. Just as well Steve remembered to bring along her revolver as well as her ration book... This new production for BBC Radio 4 uses the original scripts, vintage sound effects and much of the incidental music from the missing 1947 production. As far as possible, it is a technical and stylistic replica of how that production might have sounded had its recording survived.

4 CDs. 4 hrs.


Oghmaghma
We are big fans of the Paul Temple dramatized stories. This production is very well done. They incorporate the classic sound and combine it with modern audio technology and the result is excellent. No more straining to try and figure out what the characters are saying while you drive! Highly recommended.
digytal soul
I never tire of Paul and Steve or the pal Sir Graham. It's a heady mixture of night clubs, suspicious Eurpoeans, visitng Americans, camp and martinis. Shake and stir the same formular and I for one lap it all up. This is a recreation of a lost 40's case brought to new life by the BBC. How long can all this keep going? Well we are at sixty years with no end in sight and that's OK with me and thousands of other Temple fans. "Another martini, darling?" "Oh Paul, just this once and then you should call Sir Graham". Don Wardell KWXY Radio, Palm Springs, California.
Tamesya
Francis Durbridge is one of the great names in British crime and mystery. When he finally brought Paul Temple to life in 1938, he had no way of knowing that the name Paul Temple would resonate for decades on radio, in books, and on television. Most famous, however, were the radio escapades of mystery novelist Paul Temple. Beginning with Send for Paul Temple, the stylish world of sports cars, cocktail parties and elegant banter, mingled with intrigue and danger every week. Temple would quickly meet Steve in the series, and after marrying, the couple became the Jonathan and Jennifer Hart of their era, always getting involved in intrigue and danger. In fact, had Jonathan and Jennifer Hart been British, and that late 1970s and early ’80s television show set during an earlier time period, it probably would have been similar to the Paul Temple radio adventures.

Durbridge’s mysteries were always entertaining, with swiftly moving plots, unexpected twists, and a smashing ending. They were great fun, and one always knew that a cocktail or two would be had during the proceedings. Steve was often loathe for Paul to help out Sir Graham of Scotland Yard, because she wanted him around more. Once involved, however, she was just as eager — sometimes too eager — to help.

These full cast recreations by BBC-4 of the original radio shows are fabulous, and Paul Temple and Steve is one of the most enjoyable. Using the original music, including Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade, Crawford Logan and Gerda Stevenson make a wonderful Paul Temple and Steve. One of the only drawbacks to this one is that the famous Coronation Scot theme which became synonymous with the program wasn’t being used yet, so you only hear brief snippets when transitioning to a different scene once or twice during the production. Coronation Scot wasn’t used as the main theme for the popular show until 1947’s The Sullivan Mystery (East of Algiers in book form).

Running approximately four hours, it has 4 CDs, each with two episodes:

Disc 1) The Notorious Dr. Belasco — 27A Berkley House Place
Disc 2) Presenting Ed Bellamy — Mrs. Forrester is Surprised
Disc 3) David Nelson Explains — Steve’s Intuition
Disc 4) The Suspects — The Final Curtain

The only annoyance is that between the approximately thirty-minute episodes, it is as though a week has gone by, so if you listen to an entire disc in one go, smack in the middle you get a recap of the prior episode just ended, including the first minute or two that you just listened to. This was so the audience who had waited a week, could catch up on what was happening, and refresh their memories of the ongoing adventure. It’s unnecessary because of the format, but I understand they wanted to remain true to the show as it originally aired. If you’re not in a hurry, you can listen to one of the eight episodes one day or evening, then get a recap when returning to it the next, making it less annoying.

The story itself is breezy fun, with a few exciting moments interlaced with some genuine intrigue. It starts at a party at the Villa Rica on Steve’s birthday, when Paul runs into David Nelson, who seems to know him. But Paul can’t remember ever meeting the man before. Then Graham arrives with Philip Kaufman of the Special Bureau to ask for Paul’s help. Belasco is a notorious international black marketeer expanding into Britain, trying to organize all the crime under his umbrella. No one has any idea who he is, nor what he looks like. He could be anyone, and that’s the rub. There is a train ride and a train wreck where Belasco’s right-hand man is killed, and Steve’s cigarette lighter has been switched. What can the lighter with the acorn symbol mean?

There is Henry Worth, and Mrs. Forrester, and a man named Harry Marks. Could one of them be the deadly Belasco? What about Bellamy, owner of the Machicha Night Club? A dangerous taxi ride that leads to murder, incriminating documents, false leads, a death which may not be a death at all, and flying bullets — not to mention some fun banter and a few cocktails — make for great fun, as this one rushes toward a very exciting conclusion.

This is a wonderful production by Patrick Rayner. Because he’s kept most of the original trappings, it feels old yet absolutely new again. The cast is terrific, the recording splendid. If you enjoyed Paul Temple back in the day, or just want to see what the fuss was about, Paul Temple and Steve is a marvelous way to find out. Highly recommended!
Fountain_tenderness
This is the best so far, I believe, of the new productions of the Paul Temple radio serials. We follow Paul and Steve and Sir Graham Forbes as they attempt to frustrate and identify the corrupting, manipulating Dr Belasco. Yes, they're tracking down a doctor this time, one whose speciality seems to be beating people up. No sooner does suspicion fall on one character than he gets "beaten up". As a consequence not many suspects are left standing by Episode Eight; nevertheless I, who know all these Paul Temple mysteries almost by heart, failed to identify the killer.

This well-paced production is presented at a higher volume level than its predecessors. Dating from 1947, this was originally the last production when the theme music (part of Rimsky-Korsakoff's "Scheherazade") was used. We hear it here as it was on the ancient 78 used at the time, and such emaciated, colourless sounds should have been replaced by a more modern recording.

Crawford Logan is a more manly-sounding Paul Temple than some others, and Gerda Stevenson and Gareth Thomas offer strong support. Don't expect the magic that Marjorie Westbury brought to the original series for so many years, but urge instead that the BBC continue to prepare and release as many of the lost originals as possible. They're great fun!