The Blue Room - Georges Simenon`s classic crime story - BBC Radio Drama - cheops
Georges Simenon is best known for the Inspector Maigret stories, but he published scores of other books. The Blue Room (La Chambre Bleue), from 1963, is believed to be one of his best.
The Blue Room is a tale of poisoned love in a village deep in rural France, where the sinister flourishes and suspicion and claustrophobia prevail.
Tony Falcone is an ordinary guy, a self-made man, the son of Italian immigrants. He sells and repairs agricultural machinery. He`s a womaniser, but always returns at the end of the day to his wife and daughter in the village of Saint-Justin. Andree Despierre is the daughter of a highly respected family. She used to live in the local chateau but now she`s married to Nicolas, an affluent but sickly grocer. Tony and Andree`s passionate affair begins when he mends a puncture for her by the roadside.
Dramatised by Ronald Frame and Produced by Patrick Rayner
One episode of approximately 40MB in high quality MP3.
Tony Falcone ...... Nick Underwood
Andree Despierre ...... Lucy Paterson
Judge Diem ...... Richard Greenwood
Police Inspector ...... Nick Farr
Type : mpeg 1 layer III
Bitrate : 128
Mode : joint stereo
Frequency : 48000 Hz
Encoder : Lame 3.96
Size: 40 MB
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