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Francis Durbridge - Paul Temple And Steve

Francis Durbridge - Paul Temple And Steve
Paul Temple And Steve
Francis Durbridge
Audiobook, Radioplay
11 Jun 2010
978 1408 426135
MP3 album size:
1807 mb
FLAC album size:
2939 mb
BBC Worldwide


1Episode 1, Part 80:45
2 Episode 5: David Nelson Explains
3Episode 5, Part 31:57
4Episode 5, Part 53:08
5Episode 2, Part 110:29
6Episode 2, Part 42:14
7 Episode 7: The Suspects
8Episode 3, Part 64:24
9Episode 8, Part63:20
10Episode 1, Part 31:45
11Episode 1, Part 14:34
12Episode 5, Part 43:15
13 Episode 2: 27A Berkley House Place
14Episode 7, Part 36:09
15Episode 6, Part 15:37
16 Episode 4: Mrs. Forester is Surprised
17Episode 7, Part 63:47
18Episode 3, Part 17:30
19Episode 6, Part 32:26
20Episode 5, Part 111:11
21Episode 4, Part 54:42
22Episode 1, Part 27:43
23 Episode 6: Steve's Intuition
24Episode 1, Part 54:32
25Episode 2, Part 34:26
26Episode 1, Part 72:08
27Episode 8, Part 26:23
28Episode 7, Part 24:29
29Episode 3, Part 24:01
30Episode 2, Part 61:37
31Episode 2, Part 70:47
32Episode 1, Part 61:56
33Episode 5, Part 27:53
34 Episode 3: Presenting Ed Bellamy
35 Episode 1: The Notorious Dr. Belasco
36Episode 2, Part 52:14
37Episode 3, Part 74:38
38Episode 7, Part 42:18
39Episode 7, Part 72:00
40Episode 4, Part 16:41
41Episode 2, Part 24:47
42Episode 3, Part 41:20
43Episode 3, Part 53:47
44 Episode 8: The Final Curtain
45Episode 7, Part 15:40
46Episode 4, Part 23:24
47Episode 6, Part 210:25
48Episode 6, Part 53:38
49Episode 8, Part 51:38
50Episode 4, Part 49:15
51Episode 4, Part 33:29
52Episode 3, Part 31:57
53Episode 7, Part 53:18
54Episode 6, Part 45:30
55Episode 8, Part 47:34
56Episode 1, Part 43:15
57Episode 8, Part 14:09
58Episode 8, Part 34:38


Francis Henry Durbridge listen 25 November 1912 11 April 1998 was an English playwright and author, best known for the creation of the character Paul Temple, the detective who first appeared in highly popular BBC multi-part radio serials from 1938 onward. Durbridge was born in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, and educated at Bradford Grammar School, where he was encouraged to write by his English teacher. He continued to do so while studying English at the University of Birmingham. Francis Durbridge is one of the great names in British crime and mystery. When he finally brought Paul Temple to life in 1938, he had no way of knowing that the name Paul Temple would resonate for decades on radio, in books, and on television. Most famous, however, were the radio escapades of mystery novelist Paul Temple. Beginning with Send for Paul Temple, the stylish world of sports cars, cocktail parties and elegant banter, mingled with intrigue and danger every week. Temple would quickly meet Steve in the series, and after marrying, the couple became the Jonathan and Jennifer Hart of thei. Temple Yes. Francis Durbridge. Good Morning Paul. Steve Oh, Hello Darling. Paul Temple and Steve book. From 1938 to 1968, crime novelist and detective Paul Temple an. Paul Temple and Steve. By: Francis Durbridge. Narrated by: Crawford Logan,Gerda Stevenson. Free with 30-day trial. From 1938 to 1969 crime novelist and detective Paul Temple, together with his Fleet Street journalist wife Steve, solved case after case in one of BBC radio's most popular serials. They inhabited a sophisticated world of chilled cocktails and fast cars, where the women were chic and the men wore cravats, a world where Sir Graham Forbes, of Scotland Yard, usually needed Paul's help with his latest tricky case. The end result, Paul Temple, inhabited a world of luxurious sports cars, Knightsbridge flats and chic women - a bygone age of elegance and manners. Durbridge had his first detective novel published at the age of twenty-two and went on to write three dozen Temple made his first radio appearance on 8 April 1938 on the BBC's Midland Region. Send for Paul Temple was a huge success: within a week of the serial's final instalment the BBC received 7000 letters demanding more. A second adventure, Paul Temple and the Front Page Men, was broadcast in. Paul Temple is a fictional character created by English writer Francis Durbridge 19121998 for the BBC radio serial Send for Paul Temple in 1938. Temple is an amateur private detective and author of crime fiction. Together with his journalist wife Louise, affectionately known as Steve after her pen name Steve Trent, he solves whodunnit crimes with subtle, humorous dialogue. Since 1938 the Temples have featured in over 30 BBC radio dramas. Kim Peacock, a British film and radio actor, played the title character between 1946 and 1953. The Van Dyke Affair was. Created by Francis Durbridge. With Francis Matthews, Ros Drinkwater, June Ellis, George Sewell. Crime-novelist Paul Temple solves mysteries with the help of his wife Durbridge Presents. This page is a celebration of the works of Francis Durbirdge creator of the character Paul Temple and exciting. Please feel free to start new discussions on all things Durbridge, Paul Temple and to join in the discussions started by others. Francis Durbridge Presents. 1 May 2018 . Out now Francis Durbridge: The complete Guide by Melvyn Barnes Francis Durbridge 1912-98 was the twentieth centurys foremost writer of thrillers for radio and television. His radio serials are still broadcast today, and his novels and stage plays remain popular worldwide