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Whose Body?: BBC Radio 4 Full-cast Dramatisation (BBC Radio Collection) by Dorothy L. Sayers1
Clouds of Witness (BBC Audio Drama) by Dorothy L. Sayers2
Unnatural Death: BBC Radio 4 Full-cast Dramatisation (BBC Radio Collection) by Dorothy L. Sayers3
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club (BBC Audio Crime) by Dorothy L. Sayers4
Strong Poison (BBC Radio Collection) by Dorothy L. Sayers5
Five Red Herrings: Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey (BBC Radio Collection) by Dorothy L. Sayers6
Have His Carcase: BBC Radio 4 Full Cast Dramatisation (Radio Collection) by Dorothy L. Sayers7
Murder Must Advertise (BBC Audio Crime) by Dorothy L. Sayers8
Gaudy Night [sound recording] by Dorothy L. Sayers10
Busman's Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers11

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Audio dramatisations of Dorothy L. Sayers' Lord Peter Wimsey novels, starring Ian Carmichael. Originally broadcast on BBC radio 4 between 1973 and 1983, with the exception of Gaudy Night, which was released on audio cassette and CD in 2005 and broadcast on BBC radio 7 in 2010.

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