4 Extra Debut. The 18th-century gentleman tries to tell his tragi-comic story, but continually finds he must digress. Stars Neil Dudgeon. From January 2005.
18th-century gentleman Tristram tries to tell his tragi-comic life story through accounts of his family and friends, his experiences and his ideas. But he continually finds he must digress...
Laurence Sterne's ground-breaking comic novel dramatised in 10 parts by Graham White.
Stars Neil Dudgeon as Tristram, Julia Ford as Mother, David Troughton as Father, Adrian Scarborough as Toby, Paul Ritter as Trim, Tony Rohr as Dr Slop, Stephen Hogan as Obadiah, Helen Longworth as Susannah, Ndidi Del Fatti as Great-Grandmother, Stuart Mcloughlin as Great-Grandfather, Stuart Mcloughlin as Pontificating Man and Hugh Dickson as Bishop Hall.
Director: Mary Peate
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005.
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