Terence Rattigan A BBC Radio 4 production of Terence Rattigan’s famous play about an innocent boy unjustly accused ‘It is easy to do justice - very hard to do right.’ When he is accused of stealing a five-shilling postal order, fourteen-year-old Ronnie Winslow is expelled from naval college. But his father believes his claim of innocence and, determined to clear his name, engages the most famous barrister in England to fight his case. It is up to Sir Robert Morton to take on the Establishment in order to ‘let right be done’...Adapted as a famous British film starring Robert Donat, 'The Winslow Boy' is a moving story about fairness and fighting for a principle. This gripping BBC Radio adaptation from 1981 features a distinguished cast including Michael Aldridge, Pauline Letts, Sarah Badel and Michael Maloney.
Terence Rattigan In Terence Rattigan’s classic drama, an aging schoolmaster at an English secondary school faces the harsh judgments of his students, his fellow teachers, and his vicious and spiteful wife. But can a lone act of kindness from a sympathetic student change his heart?
This recording also includes an interview with Michael Darlow, the author of Terence Rattigan: The Man and His Work.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring:
Steven Brand as Frank Hunter
Martin Jarvis as Andrew Crocker-Harris
Ian Ogilvy as The Headmaster
Darren Richardson as Peter Gilbert
Devon Sorvari as Mrs. Gilbert
Kate Steele as Millie Crocker-Harris
Daniel Stewart as John Taplow
Directed by Peter Levin. Recorded by L.A. Theatre Works before a live audience.