Der englische Kriminalschriftsteller und Hobbydetektiv Paul Temple ist mit seiner Frau Steve nach Garmisch gefahren, um Scotland Yard und. Höre Paul Temple and the Sullivan Mystery (Dramatisation) gratis | Radio & TV von Francis Durbridge, gelesen von Full Cast | 30 Tage kostenlos | Jetzt GRATIS. Paul Temple ist ein fiktiver Kriminalschriftsteller und Privatdetektiv in Romanen des britischen Schriftstellers Francis Durbridge (–). Einige Romane.
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Surviving these, Temple would arrange a cocktail party or similar social event at which he unmasked the perpetrator. At the end of each tale, Paul, Steve and Sir Graham Forbes held a post mortem.
Here, Paul explained why certain events in the serial took place, which of these had been red herrings , and which had been genuine clues. Some elements of the plot had already been explained during the serial, while others were occasionally never fully explained, due to limitations of time.
The Paul Temple characters and formula were developed in a succession of BBC radio serials broadcast between and , with several voice actors portraying the Temples.
The longest-running team, and the most popular with audiences, was Peter Coke pronounced Cooke  and Marjorie Westbury, who starred together in every serial made between and — and Marjorie Westbury also co-starred as Steve Temple in every serial aired between and The radio series was a collaboration between writer Francis Durbridge and BBC producer Martyn C Webster, both of whom worked on every one of the radio broadcasts aired over the thirty years from to Durbridge was still at college when he approached Webster, who then was with the BBC's regional service in the Midlands , with his proposal for a mystery series about a gentleman detective.
The introductory and closing music for the majority of the long-running series was Coronation Scot , composed by Vivian Ellis , though the earliest serials those aired prior to December used an excerpt from Scheherazade by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.
Initially the serials aired only on the BBC's regional service in the Midlands. As they gained in popularity, they were aired nationally instead on the Home Service.
But in they found a new permanent home on the recently founded BBC Light Programme , which too was a national station, where they remained save for occasional repeats on Home Service until the final serial in Repeats of selected serials then continued to be heard on Radio 4 the new name for the Home Service during the s, and as late as when The Spencer Affair was repeated to celebrate Francis Durbridge's 80th birthday.
Many of the earliest serials, in which the eponymous hero was played by a wide variety of different actors, have not survived the passage of time largely because these recordings had no value to the BBC once Peter Coke had become synonymous with the lead character.
Several were remade in the s, in abridged form, as feature films. However some of the early radio serials do still exist: including Paul Temple Intervenes from , featuring the first appearance in the series by Marjorie Westbury, in a supporting role, who would later co-star as Mrs Temple.
All but one of the serials starring Peter Coke also exist: since these have been regularly repeated on digital station BBC Radio 7 now BBC Radio 4 Extra.
In the station tracked down the then year-old Coke for a half-hour interview programme, Peter Coke and the Paul Temple Affair ;  and the actor had also been interviewed extensively in , for the half-hour documentary Send For Paul Temple , an episode in the series The Radio Detectives.
Because no recordings survive for many of the early serials, in BBC Radio 4 began recreating them, in as authentic a manner as possible: as mono productions, employing vintage microphones and sound effects, and using the original scripts.
In all cases Crawford Logan starred as Paul Temple with Gerda Stevenson as Steve, in place of the original leads.
The first of these broadcasts, in August , was a new eight-part production of Paul Temple and the Sullivan Mystery , originally aired in A new production of The Madison Mystery , from , aired between May and July , followed by the serial Paul Temple and Steve in June and July A Case for Paul Temple , from , was transmitted in August and September The final such production to date was Paul Temple and the Gregory Affair , aired in the longest of all the serials, running to ten episodes.
Many of these new productions featured Welsh character actor Gareth Thomas as the head of Scotland Yard.
Each of the new recordings was also released on CD. Paul Temple's catchphrase, "by Timothy", first occurred in episode two of the first ever serial, Send for Paul Temple.
As spoken by Kim Peacock in the s serials, it made Temple sound like Wilfrid Hyde-White it was a phrase Hyde-White frequently used, particularly in the BBC radio series The Men from the Ministry.
Interviewed in , Peter Coke said he hated the phrase, because even in the s he thought it sounded old-fashioned. In , on the death of author Francis Durbridge, the BBC made a radio documentary about Paul Temple written and presented by noted authority Professor Jeffrey Richards, entitled Send For Paul Temple aired on 20 May , which included extracts from surviving recordings held in the BBC sound archives going right back to the first ever serial in Between and Paul Temple appeared in four feature films, each an abridged version of one of the early hence, now lost BBC radio serials.
These films were distributed by Butcher's Film Service based in the North of England best known as a distributor of Northern comedies, including the fifteen Old Mother Riley films.
All were made in the years before Peter Coke was cast as the definitive Paul Temple in the radio series in Marjorie Westbury had been established in the radio series by this point, but was not cast in these films because she was not a film actress.
Francis Durbridge licensed the television rights in his characters to the BBC , who between and produced fifty two colour minute episodes of a drama series entitled Paul Temple.
None of the television scripts were written by Durbridge. The 52 episodes, made over 4 seasons, were co-produced with ZDF , a West German television station based in Munich , making it the very first [ citation needed ] international co-production of the TV era.
This made it practicable, in terms of the show's budget, to film location scenes for the series overseas i. The episodes were subsequently dubbed into German, using German voice artists, for broadcast by ZDF to German audiences.
Only 16 of the 52 episodes currently exist in the BBC's television archive with their original English soundtrack, and only 11 of these are in colour for the other five, only black and white telerecordings survive [note 17] ; the other 36 episodes are lost.
Many of the missing episodes survive, in colour, in ZDF TV's archives in Germany, but with dubbed German soundtracks. The theme tune of the television series was composed by Ron Grainer , who composed very many TV themes for the BBC during the s.
Many of the BBC Paul Temple radio serials were novelised between and by Francis Durbridge working with collaborators from his original scripts.
The first was Send for Paul Temple with John Thewes. Publicity for Send for Paul Temple described it as "the novel of the thriller that created a BBC fan-mail record".
Durbridge used a co-author because he regarded himself as a writer of dialogue, a scriptwriter rather than a novelist.
The Tyler Mystery is unusual in giving Temple's wife Steve a more central role. East of Algiers was partly based on the radio serial Paul Temple and the Sullivan Mystery.
From The Kelby Affair on the novels are credited to Francis Durbridge alone. Between 19 November and 1 May , whilst the character was at the height of his popularity on radio and television, Paul Temple was adapted as a daily newspaper strip in the London Evening News.
Until the strip was drawn by Alfred Sindall. All the surviving English-language radio episodes, including the Canadian remake of Send for Paul Temple , have been released on CD by the BBC.
The 11 surviving colour episodes held in the BBC archives featuring Francis Matthews and Ros Drinkwater from the BBC-TV version of "Paul Temple" were released on DVD on 6 July by Acorn Media UK.
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