Earthsea Ursula K. Le Guin

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Published: between 1968 and 1972, the first three books of Ursula Le Guins Earthsea cycle (A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore) are re-told across six intertwined episodes. Set on a vast archipelago of islands, where magic is a central part of life, they tell the stories of Ged and Tenar. Ged is a boy from the island of Gont, born with innate magical talent and a reckless nature, who releases a terrible shadow into the world and must risk everything in order to restore the balance. Tenar, a girl from the island of Atuan, is taken from her home and family to become Arha, the Priestess Ever Reborn, guardian of the ominous Tombs of Atuan. Deep within the Tombs, Ged and Tenar encounter one another and seek a way of bringing peace to the troubled archipelago.

Ged ..... James McArdle
Tenar ..... Aysha Kala
Young Ged ..... Kasper Hilton-Hille
Young Tenar ..... Nishi Malde
Ogion ..... Paul Hilton
Manan ..... Zubin Varla
Thar ..... Souad Faress
Father ..... David Hounslow
Boy ..... Adam Thomas-Wright
Oarsman ..... Mark Edel-Hunt
Witch ..... Jessica Turner
Serret ..... Lucy Hutchinson
Shipmaster ..... Stephen Critchlow

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Earthsea  by  Ursula K. Le Guin

Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin
between 1968 and 1972, the first three books of Ursula Le Guins Earthsea cycle (A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore) are re-told across six intertwined episodes. Set on a vast archipelago of islands, where magic is a central part of life, they tell the stories of Ged and Tenar. Ged is a boy from the island of Gont, born with innate magical talent and a reckless nature, who releases a terrible shadow into the world and must risk everything in order to restore the balance. Tenar, a girl from the island of Atuan, is taken from her home and family to become Arha, the Priestess Ever Reborn, guardian of the ominous Tombs of Atuan. Deep within the Tombs, Ged and Tenar encounter one another and seek a way of bringing peace to the troubled archipelago.

Ged ..... James McArdle
Tenar ..... Aysha Kala
Young Ged ..... Kasper Hilton-Hille
Young Tenar ..... Nishi Malde
Ogion ..... Paul Hilton
Manan ..... Zubin Varla
Thar ..... Souad Faress
Father ..... David Hounslow
Boy ..... Adam Thomas-Wright
Oarsman ..... Mark Edel-Hunt
Witch ..... Jessica Turner
Serret ..... Lucy Hutchinson
Shipmaster ..... Stephen Critchlow

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Ursula Le Guins enduring fantasy saga set on the magical archipelago rich with wizards and dragons. Made for BBC Radio 4 Extra.Based on the novels A Wizard of Earthsea and The Tombs of Atuan by Ursula Le Guin. Adapted by Judith Adams.Hungry forMoreUrsula Le Guins enduring fantasy saga set on the magical archipelago rich with wizards and dragons. Made for BBC Radio 4 Extra.Based on the novels A Wizard of Earthsea and The Tombs of Atuan by Ursula Le Guin. Adapted by Judith Adams.Hungry for power and knowledge, the young wizard Ged tampers with long-held secrets and releases a terrible shadow into the world.

Meanwhile, Tenar is taken away from her home and family to become Arha, the guardian of the ominous Tombs of Atuan.Published between 1968 and 1972, the first three books of Ursula Le Guins Earthsea cycle (A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore) are re-told across six intertwined episodes. Set on a vast archipelago of islands, where magic is a central part of life, they tell the stories of Ged and Tenar. Ged is a boy from the island of Gont, born with innate magical talent and a reckless nature, who releases a terrible shadow into the world and must risk everything in order to restore the balance.

Tenar, a girl from the island of Atuan, is taken from her home and family to become Arha, the Priestess Ever Reborn, guardian of the ominous Tombs of Atuan. Deep within the Tombs, Ged and Tenar encounter one another and seek a way of bringing peace to the troubled archipelago.Ged .....

James McArdleTenar ..... Aysha KalaYoung Ged ..... Kasper Hilton-HilleYoung Tenar ..... Nishi MaldeOgion ..... Paul HiltonManan ..... Zubin VarlaThar ..... Souad FaressFather ..... David HounslowBoy ..... Adam Thomas-WrightOarsman ..... Mark Edel-HuntWitch .....

Jessica TurnerSerret ..... Lucy HutchinsonShipmaster ..... Stephen CritchlowOriginal music by Jon Nicholls.Sound design by Caleb Knightley.Directed by Sasha Yevtushenko.Our dramatisation is about making the map of Earthsea breathe life. The action is a series of journeys across this living map. What we hear will be a soundscape full of the elements of fire, water, air and earth and of three-dimensional characters, all as vivid as imagination can conjure.We make the project in two cohesive parts, three hours each, and, instead of one book following another, we meld the relevant stories and connected narratives together into two blocks of seamless, action-based story-telling: one half asking the question, the other half discovering an answer.Each half stands alone- but enriches the other.Part One will be based on The Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan and The Farthest Shore.Part Two will be based on Tehanu, Dragonfly and The Other Wind.Narrative in the first three stories is shared between Ged (wizard of Earthsea) and Tenar (priestess of the Tombs of Atuan).This is the through line that links all the journeys: one great, shared journey from false to real death, in which the dragons, as well as womens power, play a vital role in the full understanding of a choice and agreement made when the islands first rose from the sea, recorded in Earthsea folk tales and songs (the verw nadan).This choice, between dwelling/accruing, and freedom/wildness, was made by all living things, but the consequences in the world of men have not been embraced, and the spirit of the agreement has not been honoured.

Those who chose possessions, control and power, even the good wizards themselves, have failed to understand the message of that half-death they so fear in the dry, stony world beyond the grey wall: that their victory in seizing magic from the dragons is only partial, and it poisons the spring of natural life itself, as well as natural death.Women, working closely with another sort of power and the dragons, flying on Another Wind, must remind the people of Earthsea of the way of true living and true dying.



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