Warhorses of Letters: Complete Series 1-3: the Poignant BBC Radio 4 Comedy

Warhorses of Letters: Complete Series 1-3: the Poignant BBC Radio 4 Comedy

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Stephen Fry, Daniel Rigby and Tamsin Greig star in all three series of the poignant BBC Radio 4 comedy drama Warhorses of Letters is the world's finest and best-loved equine, military, epistolary romance, comprising the newly-discovered love letters between two horses united by passion but cruelly divided by conflict. Set against the sweeping backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars, these 12 episodes introduce us to Copenhagen, the Duke of Wellington's frisky young racehorse, and his hero Marengo, the seasoned, famous and just-a-little-bit-short mount of Emperor Napoleon. From the early days of the Peninsular Campaign to the Battle of Waterloo and its aftermath, we follow our horse heroes as their romance blossoms, their fortunes fluctuate and uncertainty and jealousy put strains on their burgeoning relationship. Can they ever be truly together, or are they doomed to remain sundered by fate? Written by Robert Hudson and Marie Phillips, this moving, surreal comedy stars Stephen Fry as Marengo and Daniel Rigby as Copenhagen, with Tamsin Greig as the Narrator. Totally unique and utterly entertaining, it will appeal to all lovers of horses, history and humour. DIRECTED BY Steven Canny PRODUCED BY Gareth Edwards First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 25 October 2011-2 February 2014.
Publisher: [London, UK] : 2017. Bolinda/BBC audio,
Edition: Unabridged ed
ISBN: 9781785294532
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file)

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