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Maigret collected cases : five BBC Radio full-cast dramatisations / written by Georges Simenon ; adapted by Frederick Bradnum, Aubrey Woods, and Edward Bruce.

Simenon, Georges, (creator.). Denham, Maurice, 1909-2002 (voice actor.). Gough, Michael, 1916-2011 (voice actor.). Bradnum, Frederick, (adapter.). Woods, Aubrey, (adapter.). Bruce, Edward (radio writer), (adapter.). Baldick, Robert (translator.). Eglesfield, Robert, (translator.). Woodward, Daphne, 1906-1965 (translator.). Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989 Radio adaptation of (expression): Affaire Saint-Fiacre. English. (Added Author). Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989 Radio adaptation of (expression): Maigret au "Picratts." English. (Added Author). Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989 Radio adaptation of (expression): Scrupules de Maigret. English. (Added Author). Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989 Radio adaptation of (expression): Maigret et les vieillards. English. (Added Author). Simenon, Georges, 1903-1989 Radio adaptation of (expression): Maigret tend un pi├Ęge. English. (Added Author).

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Summary:

Maurice Denham is the famous French detective Maigret, and Michael Gough is his creator, Georges Simenon, in these five classic radio dramatisations. Parisian detective Jules Maigret first appeared in print in 1931 and went on to feature in 76 novels and 28 short stories. An enduringly popular character, his adventures have been adapted on radio and television, most recently in ITV's series starring Rowan Atkinson. In these radio plays, Maigret and Simenon look back over five of their most memorable cases. An anonymous letter sends Maigret back to the village where he grew up, Inspector Lapointe falls in love for the first time - and kills someone for the first time, and a model train seller tells Maigret that his wife is trying to poison him. Plus, how is the death of a Count linked to a collection of love letters? And can Maigret's carefully prepared plan prevent the latest in a string of serial killings? --Back cover.
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Baker County Library 791.447 .S589m 2017 (Text) 37814003348589 AUDIO - NEW Audiobook CD System_Only_3months 08/25/2021 Checked out 10/27/2021

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781785297038
  • ISBN: 1785297031
  • Physical Description: 5 audio discs (3 hr., 45 min.) : digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [London] : BBC Worldwide, 2017.

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General Note:
Cover subtitle.
Formatted Contents Note:
Maigret goes home (21/08/1976) / translated by Robert Baldick ; adapted by Frederick Bradnum -- Maigret in Montmartre (28/08/1976) / translated by Daphne Woodward ; adapted by Aubrey Woods -- Maigret has scruples (4/09/1976) / translated by Robert Eglesfield ; adapted by Edward Bruce -- Maigret in society (11/09/1976) / translated by Robert Eglesfield ; adapted by Edward Bruce -- Maigret sets a trap (18/09/1976) / translated by Daphne Woodward ; adapted by Aubrey Woods.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Produced and directed by Glyn Dearman.
Participant or Performer Note:
Performed by a full cast starring Maurice Denham and Michael Gough.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4, August-September 1976.
Summary, etc.:
Maurice Denham is the famous French detective Maigret, and Michael Gough is his creator, Georges Simenon, in these five classic radio dramatisations. Parisian detective Jules Maigret first appeared in print in 1931 and went on to feature in 76 novels and 28 short stories. An enduringly popular character, his adventures have been adapted on radio and television, most recently in ITV's series starring Rowan Atkinson. In these radio plays, Maigret and Simenon look back over five of their most memorable cases. An anonymous letter sends Maigret back to the village where he grew up, Inspector Lapointe falls in love for the first time - and kills someone for the first time, and a model train seller tells Maigret that his wife is trying to poison him. Plus, how is the death of a Count linked to a collection of love letters? And can Maigret's carefully prepared plan prevent the latest in a string of serial killings? --Back cover.
System Details Note:
CD Audio.
Language Note:
Translated from the original French novels.
Subject: Maigret, Jules (Fictitious character) > Drama.
Genre: Detective and mystery radio programs.
Radio adaptations.
Sound recordings.
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