Jessica Anderson - Bibliography - Radio Plays

Radio Plays

  • The American (1966) (adaptation of the novel by Henry James)
  • The Aspern Papers (1967) (adaptation of the novella by Henry James)
  • Daisy Miller (1968) (adaptation of the novella by Henry James)
  • The Maid's Part (1967)
  • The Blackmail Caper (1972)
  • Quite Sweet, Really (1972)
  • Tirra Lirra by the River (1975)
  • The Last Man's Head (1983)
  • A Tale of Two Cities (serial) (adaptation of the novel by Charles Dickens)
  • Outbreak of Love (serial) (adaptation of the novel by Martin Boyd)

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