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Sulphur and Titanium

Ben Crowe plays a boilerman who saves Primo's factory from disaster, and Evie Killip reads a short story about a little girl who is fascinated by a man painting with white paint.

Janet Suzman introduces a major new dramatization of Primo Levi's short stories about our human relationship with the chemical elements - a book the Royal Institution of Great Britain named 'the best science book ever'. Dramatised by Graham White from the translation by Raymond Rosenthal.

1) Sulphur - Ben Crowe plays a boilerman who saves Primo's factory from disaster.
2) Titanium - Evie Killip reads this short story about a little girl who is fascinated by a man painting with white paint

Produced and directed by Marc Beeby and Emma Harding.

15 minutes

Last on

Thu 21 Jul 2016 09:45

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Role Contributor
Actor Ben Crowe
Reader Evie Killip
Author Primo Levi
Adaptor Graham White
Director Marc Beeby
Director Emma Harding
Producer Marc Beeby
Producer Emma Harding

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