Edward Petherbridge s theater experience is extensive. He originated the role of Guildenstern in the original production of "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead", and he has been nominated for two Tony Awards, one for "Nicholas Nickleby" and the other for "Strange Interlude". For the latter he also received an Olivier Award. His television and film credits include "Gulliver s Travels", "An Awfully Big Adventure", "No Strings", and "Lord Peter Wimsey".
Dramatisations and readings of five of Josephine Tey's classic mystery novels
Scottish novelist and playwright Josephine Tey was one of the greatest Golden Age crime writers and the author of eight mysteries, including six featuring Scotland Yard inspe...[SEE MORE]