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Tintin (Herge) 10 BBC Audio Adaptations (1992 1993) complete

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Name:Tintin (Herge) 10 BBC Audio Adaptations (1992 1993) complete

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Demonoid.com.txt (Size: 481.29 MB) (Files: 11)

 Demonoid.com.txt

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 9. The Calculus Affair.mp3

78.98 MB

 8. Prisoners of the Sun.mp3

40.32 MB

 7. The Seven Crystal Balls.mp3

39.77 MB

 6. Tintin in Tibet.mp3

40.27 MB

 5. Explorers on the Moon.mp3

40.12 MB

 4. Destination Moon.mp3

40.07 MB

 3. Red Rackham's Treasure.mp3

39.84 MB

 2. The Secret of the Unicorn.mp3

40.98 MB

 10. The Red Sea Sharks.mp3

80.72 MB

 1. The Black Island.mp3

40.21 MB
 

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Audio Books : Adventure : MP3/192Kbps : English

Note: although the The Castafiore Emerald was done as a one off (at the end of the series) it was never released on any format so I cannot offer it up.

The following is from http://www.tintinologist.org/guides/radio/

1.1. The Black Island 20 Feb 1992 0:27
1.2. The Secret of the Unicorn 27 Feb 1992 0:27
1.3. Red Rackham's Treasure 05 Mar 1992 0:27
1.4. Destination Moon 12 Mar 1992 0:27
1.5. Explorers on the Moon 19 Mar 1992 0:27
1.6. Tintin in Tibet 26 Mar 1992 0:27

2.1. The Seven Crystal Balls 23 May 1993 0:27
2.2. Prisoners of the Sun 30 May 1993 0:27
2.3. The Calculus Affair (Part 1) 06 Jun 1993 0:27
2.4. The Calculus Affair (Part 2) 13 Jun 1993 0:27
2.5. The Red Sea Sharks (Part 1) 20 Jun 1993 0:27
2.6. The Red Sea Sharks (Part 2) 27 Jun 1993 0:27

3.1. The Castafiore Emerald 26 Dec 1993 0:49 (aside from the radio broadcast this was never released)

All were originally broadcast on BBC Radio 5 (mono; MW only) in 1992-3 and subsequently repeated on BBC Radio 4 (stereo?) in 1994.
The series

The BBC Radio adaptations were originally broadcast in 1991 and 1992. On the whole they are extremely enjoyable versions, generally very faithful to the original books.

Where they suffer somewhat is from some extreme editing on the one-episode stories, and perhaps a little padding on the longer ones. However, wonderful scripting and fantastic acting truly brings them to life.

The selection of episodes, perhaps superficially a little bizarre is clearly a mixture of widely known favourites and those stories which could easily be adapted for audio. A good illustration of this is the chase sequence in 'The Calculus Affair', which is pulled off beautifully, whilst in many ways 'Prisoners of the Sun' is too visual a story for an audio adaptation; this, however, is a brave attempt.

It is possibly also worth drawing comparison to the Nelvana TV adaptations of the same era. In many ways, these are much more mature adaptations, with considerably better voice work. Despite being aimed primarily at a youth audience, they retain Hergé's sense of humour, his intellect and his skillful use of cliffhangers to draw listeners in They do, however, suffer from the considerable cross-referencing in the series of books, which can only be explained with such remarks as "I met him during the Blue Lotus affair".

Probably the highlight of the adaptations is Andrew Sachs' breathtaking performance as Snowy. Better known as Manuel from Fawlty Towers, in this he skilfully manoeuvres from narrator to light-hearted quipster whilst barely stopping to draw breath.

Also worthy of mention is Leo McKern's performance as Captain Haddock in the first series. Although Lionel Jeffries really tried in the second series, nothing could match the energy projected by McKern. His rousing speech as Sir Francis Haddock in 'Red Rackham's Treasure' is almost breathtaking.

If that wasn't enough, further British acting talents such as Stephen Moore (Calculus) and Miriam Margolyes (Castafiore in 'The Castafiore Emerald') truly flesh the cast out.

It is also worth noting that practically the entire cast, Richard Pearce included, appears in the two BBC Radio 'Doctor Who' stories produced in the early 1990s (both of which are poor in the extreme).

The first two series are widely available on cassette ('Six Adventures of Tintin' and 'Four Further Adventures of Tintin' respectively).

Cast and crew
Series One

Producer: John Yorke
Adapted by: Simon Eastwood
Music: Roger Limb
Tintin - Richard Pearce
Snowy - Andrew Sachs
Thomson & Thompson - Charles Kay
Captain Haddock - Leo McKern (not in ep. 1)
Calculus - Stephen Moore (not in ep. 1 or 2)

1. The Black Island
Puschov - Nigel Carrington
Ivan - Terrance Edmond
Müller - Fraser Kerr
Ranko - Peter Elliott

2. The Secret of the Unicorn
Barnaby - Colin McFarlane
George Bird - Neil Roberts
Max Bird - Brett Usher
Mr. Silk - Clarence Smith

3. Red Rackham's Treasure
The parrot - Peter Elliott

4. Destination Moon
Baron - Andrew Wincott
Mr. Baxter - Stephen Thorne
Announcer - Theresa Streatfield
Passport Control - Clarence Smith

5. Explorers on the Moon
Baron - Andrew Wincott
Mr. Baxter - Stephen Thorne
Colonel Jorgen - Colin McFarlane

6. Tintin in Tibet
Tharkey - Neil Roberts
Desert Lightning - Brett Usher
Burning Fire - Eric Allen
Chang - Paul Caughtney-Hugh
Shining Light - John Church
Series Two

Producer: John Yorke
Adapted by: Simon Eastwood
Music: Roger Limb
Tintin - Richard Pearce
Snowy - Andrew Sachs
Thomson & Thompson - Charles Kay
Captain Haddock - Lionel Jeffries
Calculus - Stephen Moore
Nestor - Stephen Thorne (not eps. 1 or 2)

1. The Seven Crystal Balls
Tarragon - Stephen Thorne
Castafiore - Linda Polan
Chiquito - Andrew Wincott

2. Prisoners of the Sun
Chiquito - Andrew Wincott
Huaskar - Stephen Thorne
Zorrino - Neil Roberts

3. The Calculus Affair (Part 1)
Taxi Driver - Steve Hodson
Cutts - Charles Kay

4. The Calculus Affair (Part 2)
Cutts - Charles Kay
Castafiore - Linda Polan
Irma - Melanie Hudson
Bordurian Officer - John Fleming

5. The Red Sea Sharks (Part 1)
Dawson - Nigel Carrington
Abdullah - Cyril Jenkins
Receptionist / Slave Leader - Akim Mogaji
Rastapopulos - Stephen Thorne

6. The Red Sea Sharks (Part 2)
Abdullah - Cyril Jenkins
Rastapopulos - Stephen Thorne
Pilot - Akim Mogaji
Parker - David Holt
Castafiore - Linda Polan
Mull Pasha - Nigel Carrington

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