Radioplay "The Mauritius Command" on BBC in April!

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Radioplay "The Mauritius Command" on BBC in April!

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Edited: Apr 12, 2011, 7:15am

Just happened to see that the radioplay "Mauritius Command" is being repeated as a "Classic Serial" on BBC Radio 4. Part 1 is already online for "listening again" (part 1 will go offline in 4 days, all parts are online for 2 weeks I think).
Can be listened to from anywhere in the world and even recorded, if you use a program like No.23 recorder (shareware) or Audacity (freeware). Both grab the signal from your soundcard while the show is playing.

Apr 16, 2011, 3:59am

Bump. Because you only have 12 hours left now to listen to part 1.

Apr 16, 2011, 4:25am

Oops. Thanks for the reminder.

Apr 19, 2011, 3:15am

Thanks from me too, GFI!

I listened to part one last week and parts two and three yesterday. It seemed to be a bit more ambitious in form than the adaptation of HMS Surprise last year. I enjoyed it, but I suspect that someone who didn't already know the book quite well would be rather confused by the strategic situation and the non-linear timeline.

Edited: Apr 19, 2011, 6:08pm

I will need to record part three these days, and then sit down on the long weekend to listen to all of it :-) (I have lined up a DVD of Jane Eyre (2006) and a radioplay of Mark Brandis as well)

Edited: Jul 6, 2011, 2:29pm

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