Anne of Green Gables is a British radio drama produced and broadcast in 1944 by BBC Home Service Basic and adapted into four parts by Muriel Levy. It is based on Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery.
|1.||Part 1||April 14, 1944|
|2.||Part 2||April 21, 1944|
|3.||Part 3||April 28, 1944|
|4.||Conclusion||May 5, 1944|
- Cherry Cottrell as Anne Shirley (4/4)
- Gwen Day Burroughs as Marilla Cuthbert (4/4)
- MacDonald Parke as Matthew Cuthbert (4/4)
- Joan Young as Rachel Lynde (3/4)/Aunt Josephine (1/4)
- Rita Staines as Diana Barry (3/4)
- Eric Clavering as Gilbert Blythe (2/4)/Stationmaster (1/4)
- Dorothy Gordon as Jane Andrews (2/4)
- Beryl Burton as Ruby Gillis (1/4)
- Derek Lansiaux as Gilbert Blythe (1/4)
- Rita Vale as Mrs. Spencer (1/4)
- Adaptation: Muriel Levy (4/4)
- Piano: Gwenn Knight (4/4)
- Producer: May E. Jenkin (4/4)
Behind the scenesEdit
- Cherry Cottrell, Gwen Day Burroughs and MacDonald Parke returned as cast members in their roles as Anne Shirley, Marilla Cuthbert and Matthew Cuthbert respectively.
- Joan Young provided the voice of Mrs. Lynde. Eight years later, Young played the same character in the BBC TV series Anne of Green Gables.
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