Four Sleepless Knights
First broadcast BBC Radio 4
Series of four 15-minute comic dramas
Written by Edward Kemp and Toby Jones, Produced by Dawn Ellis
Cast: Toby Jones, Martin Hyder & Beth Chalmers with Maggie McCarthy, Harry Towb, Laurence Howarth, Kim Wall, Ben Ward and Matthew Kelly


Nathan The Wise

First broadcast BBC Radio 3 Sunday 28 December 2003
Radio version of the acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production.
Adapted and directed by Edward Kemp, Produced by Jeremy Mortimer with Technical Presentation by Peter Ringrose


Missing Reel

First broadcast BBC Radio 4 Wednesday 29 October 2003
Radio version of The Table Show theatre show
Written by Toby Jones and Edward Kemp, Produced by Dawn Ellis
Cast: Toby Jones, Rebecca Kirby, Hugh Grant


The World Is Smaller – 70 Years of World Service Drama

First broadcast BBC World Service Saturday/Sunday 14/15 December 2002
A celebration of the output of the World Service Drama Department
Compiled and directed by Edward Kemp and presented by Gordon House with original poetry by Lemn Sissay and extracts from plays by Rose Tremain, William Shakespeare, Tom Stoppard, Oscar Wilde Cast: Jude Akuwudike, Cheryl Campbell, Adam Godley, Saaed Jaffrey, Thusitha Jayasundera, Patricia Routledge. Band: Gary Yershon, Walter Fabeck, Martin Allen, Richard Lee



Filling The Empty Space

First broadcast BBC Radio 3 12 May 2002
An overview of the state of British Theatre presented by Rachel Halliburton
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nterviews conducted by Edward Kemp with Alan Ayckbourn, Josette Bushell Mingo, Sonia Friedman, Nicholas Hytner, Peter Mumford, Lucy Neal, Robert Lepage, Rose Fenton with production by Marc Beeby, Edward Kemp and Jeremy Mortimer


In Front Of The Children

First broadcast BBC Radio 3 2001
Interval feature on Euripides to accompany Radio 3’s Greek season
Compiled, presented and produced by Edward Kemp with contributions from Edith Hall, Phyllis Nagy


The Emigrants – Ambrose Adelwarth

First broadcast BBC Radio 3 2001
Dramatisation of the story by WG Sebald
Adapted and directed by Edward Kemp, Produced by Jeremy Mortimer with Technical Presentation by Peter Ringrose Music by Gary Yershon

Cast: John Wood, Henry Goodman, Eleanor Bron, Ed Bishop, Margaret Robertson, Andrew Sachs, John Schwab, Jasmine Hyde, Thomas Arnold, Maximillian Gräber. Violin – Anne Wood

... richly enjoyable and haunting radio play - Gillian Reynolds Daily Telegraph


By The Rivers Of Babylon

First broadcast BBC Radio 4 18/19 April 1991
Experimental feature on Psalm 137
Devised and directed by Edward Kemp with contributions, music and performances from Irving Finkel, David Baker, Hannah Gordon, John Gielgud, Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley, Kate Duchene, Robert Hickson, Toby Jones, Adrian Scarborough, Gary Yershon, Saddam Hussein, Benjamin Netanyahu, Margaret Thatcher, Martin Luther, Martin Luther King, Sinead O’Connor, The Albion Band, William Walton and others


The Mysteries

First broadcast BBC Radio 3 1998
Radio adaptation of the RSC Production
Adapted by Edward Kemp, directed by Marianne Elliot, produced by Jeremy Mortimer