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September 2017

Join the Dots, Series 1 Monday 18th - Friday 22nd September 2017 13:45 BBC Radio 4  Then there was a pause… Janet Ellis explores the role of the dot in early punctuation, Harold Pinter’s love of the pause, and listens to the music of the dots. The simple dot is one of the first marks […].../ ➝

July 2014

July 2014 Radio 3

Synopsis: Gary has composed a piece for the Verb considering George Orwell’s essay ‘Rudyard Kipling’. Performing with Gary is Nick Cooper on Cello; and Harriet Walter reads Orwell’s words.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b047zvbl

October 2013

BBC Radio 4  production – 2009 Synopsis:  Lavinia Greenlaw’s new version for radio brings Chaucer’s language up-to-date for a modern audience while remaining true to his original poetic intention. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00jwxv2.../ ➝

September 2013

Sparklab Prods for BBC Radio 4,  2013  Synopsis: The Now Show’s Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt with Julian Rhind-Tutt from Green Wing star in a sparkling new dramatisation of Jerome K Jerome’s comic classic. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b039z4f2 Author: Jerome K Jerome.../ ➝

May 2012

Transfer to radio of The Royal Court Theatre’s 2011 production of Arnold Wesker’s landmark play from 1958 that captures the collapse of an ideology, alongside the disintegration of a family. Directed for the stage by Dominic Cooke,  for radio by Simon Godwin, and produced for BBC Radio 3 by Catherine Bailey.  .../ ➝

December 2006

a new verse translation by Simon Armitage, narrated by Ian McKellen. with music composed by Gary Yershon   http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007721h.../ ➝

December 2006

translated by Timberlake Wertenbaker music composed by Gary Yershon directed by Nadia Molinari for BBC Radio 3   www.bbc.co.uk pressrelease.../ ➝

July 2006

Composed by Gary Yershon..../ ➝

January 2006

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

A woman is taken to the country by her husband in order to cure her of an unnamed illness after the birth of a child. Instructed to have total rest and emptiness of mind, the woman sinks into deep depression. Alone in the yellow-wallpapered nursery of a rented house, she descends into madness.

image: withinreverie88

January 2006

John Keats’s atmospheric poem telling the story of the lovers Porphyro and Madeline and their secret meeting on St Agnes’s Eve.

with Samuel West, Daniel Evans, Zoe Henry, and Ann Rye.

music composed by Gary Yershon, played by Jacon Heringman (lute) and Catherine Greenwood (flute).

produced and directed by Susan Roberts.

BBC Radio 4

May 2005

To mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, a radio adaptation by Jeremy Howe of Primo Levi ‘s extraordinary tale of a journey across war-torn Europe by a group of Jewish partisans fighting their way west from Russia. Narrated by Corin Redgrave. Music composed by Gary Yershon played by Graeme […].../ ➝

December 2004

a play by Nell Leyshon, directed by Susan Roberts     Words by Nell Leyshon Music by Gary Yershon Sung by Carly Bawden.../ ➝

August 2004

Written in verse, in the traditional fairy-tale style, Wendy Cope’s play looks at love and loss through Isis, a magical river girl who falls hopelessly in love with a mortal poet and begs Father Thames to free her from the river. music by Gary Yershon. directed by Susan Roberts.../ ➝

August 2004

Homer’s epic poem, dramatised by Simon Armitage with music composed by Gary Yershon. directed by Janet Whitaker. BBC Radio 4.../ ➝

May 2004

Nell Leyshon’s dramatisation of Wordsworth’s poem. Economic hardship forces Michael’s only son Luke to leave home in search of financial help.

With Tom Courtenay.

Directed by Susan Roberts for BBC Radio 4

March 2004

A play about the power of ritual and the imagination, by Amanda Dalton. Elizabeth Hardwick is 82. She watches Becky and Jez, nearly 15, through her net curtains. The girls have been robbing houses since they were nine but lately they’re sick of it. Composed by Gary Yershon..../ ➝

February 2004

Radio 3 – Composed by Gary Yershon..../ ➝

August 2003

Composed By Gary Yershon..../ ➝

March 2003

Composed by Gary Yershon..../ ➝

December 2002

radio version of Young Vic production. BBC World Service.../ ➝

December 2002

BBC World Service – Musical Director..../ ➝

September 2002

The Royal Court Theatre’s production of Vassily Sigarev ‘s play in which Maksim is a tormented young man trying to survive in a society where no-one can afford to care and where, if anyone slips through the net, they are lost. Everyone seems to be too poor, drunkorviciousto bother about him, and as they scrabble […].../ ➝

September 2002

by Louis MacNeice

read by Samuel West

music composed by Gary Yershon

directed by Susan Roberts for Radio 4

Silver Sony Radio Award for Drama 2003

Thoughts from a Train     
May 2001

Using a mixture of drama and interviews with children who have lost a parent, poet and novelist Lavinia Greenlaw ‘s play is an exploration of how it feels to children when a parent dies. musical director Gary Yershon director Jeremy Howe BBC Radio 4.../ ➝

March 2001

Adapted and directed by Edward Kemp; from the award-winning book by W.G.Sebald. The life of a lost relative leads to a journey across the 20th century from an American asylum to the shores of the Dead Sea. Music by Gary Yershon. solo violin, Anne Wood Director Edward Kemp BBC Radio 3.../ ➝