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To the Ends of the Earth: The Man Who Would Be King

By Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Mike Walker. A chilling cautionary tale about two con men who set out to conquer a remote region of what is now Afghanistan.

by Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Mike Walker.

Part of Radio 4's series of classic tales of adventure and peril: To The Ends of the Earth.

Kipling's chilling cautionary tale set deep in the Hindu Kush mountains.
Dan and Peachey are two con men with an insane and dangerous plan: they want to conquer a remote region of what is now Afghanistan.

Adapted by . . . . Mike Walker
Director . . . . Abigail le Fleming.

58 minutes

Last on

Sun 22 Jul 2018 15:00

Credits

Role Contributor
Rudyard Kipling Blake Ritson
Daniel Dravot Richard Ridings
Peachey Carnehan Samuel James
Timuk Peter Polycarpou
Tribesman Joseph Ayre
Tribesman Stephen Hogan
Young woman Lauren Cornelius
Bride Lauren Cornelius
Wounded man John Lightbody
Tribesman Ryan Early
Tribesman Ryan Whittle
Adaptor Mike Walker
Director Abigail le Fleming

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