Add it to your IMDbPage. How Much Have You Seen? How much of Ray Walker's work have you seen? Known For. The Fighting Coward Bob Horton. Superman and the Mole-Men John Craig. The Crime Patrol Bob Neal. Jump to: Actor Self Archive footage. Fake Fisherman. Bill - Used Car Salesman. Bagby - No Horses Allowed Lineup Room Plainclothesman. Barney Kane. Dan Moore.
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Kimmell - Portrait of a Thief Bartender uncredited. Kimmell uncredited. Hotel Clerk. Jack Powell. Henry Potter. Repairman uncredited. Catttleman Sheehan. Al Durkin, Salesman. Detective Hull. Detective 2. Officer Swift. Show all 9 episodes. Freddy White Daniel Parker Andrew Buchan Joseph Paxton John Dougall Mickey's Jim Gerard Murphy Iron Billy John Rowe Gasman Ben Crowe Harry Stephen Critchlow Thug Chris Pavlo Woman Liz Sutherland Directed by David Hunter. Why Are We In Afghanistan? An elderly proprietor of a fur shop in New York narrates three touching; funny and magical tales of animals; furs; and their impact on three different women.
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Mike Walker's adaptation of Alexander Solzhenitsyn's classic portrayal of life in Stalin's prison camps; repeated as a tribute to the author; who died last month. Directed by Ned Chaillet. Four ambitious young City traders launch their own hedge fund. They set out determined to play it safe; but soon two of the group decide to break ranks and take a dangerous risk that spells trouble for them all. James MacPherson, Tim Benedict Wong, Meredith Laurel Lefkow, Harry Nicholas Boulton, Carmody Richard Howard, Angela Jill Cardo.
Directed by Eoin O'Callaghan. Classic Serial, 2 60m episodes. RT details for first episode: Dramatisation by Mike Walker of Nevil Shute's compelling account of the aftermath of a nuclear world war. A cloud of deadly radioactivity is moving slowly towards Australia; one of few places on Earth where life still exists. Peter Holmes Richard Dillane Mary Holmes Claudia Harrison Dwight Towers William Hope Moira Davidson Indira Varma Tim Osborne James Gordon-Mitchell The Admiral Jonathan Tafler Ryan Inam Mirza.
Directed by Toby Swift. Mike Walker's play imagines the Jewish-Russian writer Isaac Babel being interrogated after his arrest by the Soviet secret police in As Stalin's henchmen beat and bully Babel, scenes from his two great collections of stories come to him: the Jewish gangsters fighting over Odessa, Babel's hometown, and the Red Cavalry, with which he had ridden as a war correspondent, slaughtering Poles at the edge of the new Soviet Union.
Music by Jon Nicholls. It makes a very satisfactory and satisfying change from the over-abridged Classic Serials we have been getting for some time. Let's hope that there is more to come. ND: This serial is historical drama at its best; in the same class as Don Taylor's famous hour serial "God's Revolution", broadcast 20 years ago. Mike Walker has rendered it all into modern day speech; it works brilliantly.
What a pleasure to hear David Warner and Jane Lapotaire among others in the cast. Mike Walker.
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The future of the transatlantic aviation industry depends on the success of a new design of plane. One has crashed and a lone scientist believes that more will follow. Is he right? Shute can certainly tell a good story. Producer Toby Swift. Script by John Dryden, script editor Mike Walker. See John Dryden page.
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Forester, about a huge lb bronze cannon abandoned by its army when its carriage breaks. Years later, during the Napoleonic Wars, a group of guerrilleros learn of its location and get the locals to get it mobile again. The gun is dragged from place to place and used in battle. Although the characters change, the story has the gun at its centre throughout.
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All is not well; Frank Sinatra is behaving like a prima donna, and stalking new star Sophia Loren; actors are turning up late on set, and very little of quality is 'in the can'. A script doctor, Earl felton, is signed up to limit the damage and salvage the project. Producer Kate McAll. Europe is emerging from the Dark Ages. To get rid of an enemy you slit his throat, or have him hanged, drawn and quartered.
This bloody chronicle is fast-paced and gory but has a great script. It's full of intrigue, plotting and filthy skirmishes. Edward Longshanks is at war with France and with Scotland. Catch every episode Cast for ep. Producers Jeremy Mortimer and Jessica Dromgoole.
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Will Navidson and his family discover a labyrinth behind a door which suddenly appears in their home. He and his brother investigate its mysterious corridors. Corridors grow, shrink and disappear, and a malevolent growling presence seems to be getting closer After the devastation of WW2, a plan emerges for the economic reconstruction of France and the unification of Europe in an attempt to secure a prosperous future and to avoid future armed conflicts.
More about this on other pages, including the 'articles' section. Thriller by John Dryden, script editor Mike Walker. Goldhawk Productions. The stories are set in the fifteenth century, but they are amazingly accessible because such care has been taken with the language. No stilted historical-speak here; before a battle we hear one of the soldiers remark 'It's arse-kicking time'.
The realism of the dialogue carries it along at a tremendous pace; it feels as if you are actually there. The producers were Jeremy Mortimer and Sasha Yevtushenko. Afternoon Drama. A writer interrupts a marriage Dramatised by Mike Walker from a short story by Ruth Rendell. It is and hapless accountant Arthur a winning Reece Shearsmith and his wife Gwen Laura Pyper have made a new friend. Flashy novelist Reeve Michael Maloney is everything they're not - carefree, charismatic and seemingly irresistible. At first, his friendship seems to offer an enticing window into a world beyond their cloistered suburban existence, but it doesn't take long for the relationship to slip into rather more sinister territory.
With unfussy performances and a rumbling documentary-style soundscape, the grimness of lates suburbia is palpable throughout. From the moment colossal egotist Reeve arrives on the scene, it's clear that Arthur and Gwen don't stand a chance. Cast: Arthur Reece Shearsmith, Gwen Laura Pyper, Reeve Michael Maloney. Other parts are played by Rachel Atkins and David Holt.
Indie Goldhawk Essential Productions. Story dramatized by Mike Walker. An elderly travel writer meets an American woman in Egypt. The setting is moved from Rome in to Cairo last year and the consequences for two tourists of the events in Tahir Square. Sci-fi; I think a repeat. Broadcast as a Friday Play, sci-fi; mining on a mysterious planet. The drama follows RJ Mitchell's design from creation to legend and the fortunes of two young pilots who join a frontline Spitfire squadron just as the Battle of Britain begins. Many factors were important in the Battle, but it was the excellence of the Spitfire, three times the price of the Hurricane, which most famously evened the odds in the fight against the Luftwaffe.
Mike Walker's drama takes us close to this magnificent aircraft and gives us a feeling of what it was like to fly the legendary plane which became, in test pilot Jeffrey Quill's words, 'a symbol of defiance and victory'. The technical advisor was Patrick Bishop; original music and sound design were by David Chilton. The producer was Amber Barnfather, and it was a Goldhawk Essential production.
On April 20th , on the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform, there was an incident which killed 11 oil workers and caused the release of enormous quantities of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. Now, with such rigs in the Gulf, this play depicts events on a comparable platform, and demonstrates what might happen when scientific judgements are over-ruled by other factors. The production was by Eoin O'Callaghan, in Belfast. By Mike Walker. Science fiction play, where the story centres around some old wax cylinders. A person who specialises in audio recovery attempts to restore the recordings which they hold, but as she works, a frightening message emerges.
There's an interesting mention of de Martinville see below at the beginning of the play. Fiction Factory production, produced by John Taylor. He invented the earliest known sound recording device, the phonautograph, which was patented in France in Vibrations were transferred by a stylus onto a hand-cranked rotating cylinder. It was never intended to be played back, but in it was read by a laser at Indiana University, and turned into audible sound.
It is the earliest clearly recognizable record of the human voice. Edison was the first person to design a machine which could play back recorded sound from a wax cylinder , about fifteen years after de Martinville, and several million 'Edison Phonographs' were sold between and the early s. Set during the Vietnam War. A helicopter is shot down in the jungle.
Novel written in about the Gordon Riots of the s. Producer - Jeremy Mortimer. George Gordon's followers form a mob, intending to free the inmates of Newgate Prison. Meanwhile, Simon Tappertit claims guardianship of the rioters' captives, Dolly Varden and Emma Haredale, and tries to persuade Gabriel Varden to unlock the prison gates. The corrections Franzen, Jonathan. The road McCarthy, Cormac, The secret history Tartt, Donna. The secret token : myth, obsession, and the search for the lost colony of Roanoke.
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