Radio plays

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The Hobbit by the BBC on cassettes

BBC, 1988. The radio adaptation of the BBC on 4 cassettes. Together in a slipcase. Length: 4 hours. Antiquarian: fine condition.*

The Hobbit by the BBC

BBC, 1997

The radio adaptation of the BBC on 4 cd's, with on the fifth cd the music. Plus a map of Wilderland and a booklet on the making of the radio adaptation. Together in a slipcase. Length: 4 hours.

The Hobbit by The Mind's Eye

American radio adaptation of The Hobbit on 6 cassettes, packaged in a wooden box.

The Lord of the Rings by the BBC on cassettes (black box)

HarperCollins, 1981

Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Blakewell. On 13 cassettes, with a booklet and a map, packaged in a black box. About 13 hours. Antiquarian: very good condition.*

The Lord of the Rings by the BBC on cassettes (black box)

HarperCollins, 1981

Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Blakewell. On 13 cassettes, with a booklet and a map, packaged in a black box. About 13 hours.*

The Lord of the Ring by the BBC on cassettes

HarperCollins, 2001

Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Blakewell. On 13 cassettes, with on the 14th the music by Stephen Oliver. With a booklet and a map. In a slipcate. About 13 hours.

Stephen Oliver, Music of the BBC radio adaptation of The Lord of the Rings

Cd-r. The very fine music Stephen Oliver made for the BBC radio adaptation of The Lord of the Rings on a seperate cd, without cutting or actors talking through it. Text by Tolkien. Style: classical.*

Microphones in Middle-earth

Cd-r with recordings of the talks given at Church House, Westminster, England on the BBC radio dramatisation of The Lord of the Rings on 5th March 1981. Brian Sibley and Michael Bakewell, co-adapters of the series, talk about how they tackled the task (33 minutes) and Penny Leicester (co-producer), Stephen Oliver (composer), David Collings (played Legolas) and Peter Woodthorpe (voiced Gollum) discuss their work on the series. Their discussion is prefaced by extracts from a tape prepared by Christopher Tolkien to aid pronunciation and followed by a live performance by Peter Woodthorpe as Gollum (39 minutes).

The Lord of the Rings by the BBC on cd

BBC, 2002

Adapted by Brian Sibley and Michael Blakewell. On 12 cd's in a slipcase. With a booklet and a map. About 13 hours.*

The Lord of the Rings of the BBC on cd, part 1

BBC, 2001

Part 1 on 4 cd's in een jewel case. Added a new openings monologue by Bilbo (Ian Holm).*

The Lord of the Rings by the BBC on cd, part 3

BBC, 2001

On 4  cd's in a jewel case.*

The Lord of the Rings by The Mind's Eye

American radio adaptation on 9 cd's in a wooden box. Playing time: 12 hours.*

The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. The Mind's Eye

Minneapolis, 2002. The American radio adaptations of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings on cd. The cd's are housed in four folders, together in a slipcase. Covers by John Howe.*

The Complete Lord of the Rings Trilogy

High Bridge. Set of 9 cd's on which the original American dramatization as broadcast on National Public Radio. About 10.5 hours long.*