Broadcasts and Sound Files

 

This page lists all of the recordings we hold of live broadcasts and sound files we have plus news of any planned broadcasts on the BBC and other radio broaddcasters.

Coming Up...
Marcy Kahan Dramas on Radio - BBC Radio 4 will be devoting the last two Saturday afternoons in March 2007 to Marcy Kahan's biographical comedies about Noel Coward: On Saturday, 24th March 2007 at 2:30 p.m. there will be another chance to hear Ned Chaillet's production of Death At the Desert Inn: A Highly Probable Noel Coward Murder Mystery.  Starring Malcolm Sinclair as Coward, Eleanor Bron as Lorn Loraine, Tam Williams as Cole Lesley, Belinda Lang as Judy Garland and in what was sadly his last radio drama performance, the late William Hootkins as Baby-Face Puccini. On Saturday, 31st March 2007 at 2:30 p.m. R4 will broadcast the premiere of the fifth and final play in Marcy's quintet: Our Man in Jamaica: A Highly Probable Noel Coward Espionage Adventure. Directed by Gordon House. Starring, we hope, the usual suspects. The play is set in Jamaica 1962. The cast list includes Coward's devoted neighbour, Ian Fleming, and his devoted friend, Marlene Dietrich.
You can listen again to each play on the Web 7 days after its Saturday broadcast at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4 - click on S then Saturday Play.

Podcast files

The files are offered in either QuickTime or RealAudio streamed audio format that can be heard using the FREE! QuickTime Player or the latest RealPlayer 10 this still may cause problems for those who use dialup Internet connection as the flow of sound may be repeatedly interrupted as the audio is streamed to your computer.
Our thanks to Alan Farley and Ken Starrett (Red Peppers) for providing these radiocasts.

Noël Coward Birthday Programme December 16 2004
An annual special broadcast from KALW, San Francisco created and produced by Alan Farley.

Complete programme Quicktime and RealPlayer vs10

Remembering Graham Payn - a special programme broadcast by Alan Farley on station KALW, San Francisco in January 2006

Part 1 RealPlayer
Part 2 RealPlayer
Part 3 RealPlayer

Noël Coward Birthday Programme December 16 2005
An annual special broadcast from KALW, San Francisco created and produced by Alan Farley.





Part 1 RealPlayer
Part 2 RealPlayer
Part 3 RealPlayer
Part 4 RealPlayer
Part 5 RealPlayer
Part 6 RealPlayer
Part 7 RealPlayer
Part 8 RealPlayer

Red Peppers - Noël Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in a live broadcast on American radio of a version of Red Peppers from Tonight at 8.30 (MP3 file lasting 11m 42s). Members only

Red Peppers Quicktime
(Members only)



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All recordings and texts are © The Noël Coward Estate (NC Aventales)


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