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The Silver Chair is an audio drama from Focus on the Family Radio Theatre’s Chronicles of Narnia series, produced in 1999 and released in 2002. Though fourth in publication order, the Silver Chair is sixth in chronological order.

Cast[]

  • Douglas Gresham - Host
  • Paul Scofield - Narrator
  • David Suchet - Aslan
  • Ron Moody - Puddleglum
  • Steven Webb - Eustace
  • Jade Williams - Jill
  • Jamie Glover - Prince Rilian
  • Stephen Aintree - Drinian
  • Chris Emmett - Trumpkin
  • Robert Benfield - Squirrel
  • Nick Burnell – Badger/earth man guard
  • Katy Glassborow - Rabbit
  • Peter Goodwright - Old King Caspian/Giant King/gnome
  • Michael Haughey - Hedgehog
  • Polly March - Giant Queen
  • Gary Martin - Mullugutherum
  • Joanna Myers - Lady of the Green Kirtle
  • Derek Nimmo - Glimfeather
  • David Oakley - Bear
  • Audrey Palmer - Dryad
  • Daniel Philpott - Faun
  • Lynn Robertson Hay - Giant Nanny
  • Joe Shaw - younger King Caspian
  • Philip Sherlock - 2nd Owl
  • Simon Treves - Golg

ensemble cast[]

  • Robert Benfield
  • Jessica Fox
  • Peter Goodright
  • Andrew Harrison
  • Heather Heyer
  • Katherine Kellgren
  • Nathaniel Lippiett
  • Tom Maggs
  • Daniel Philpott
  • Mervyn Stutter
  • Zoe Verner

crew[]

  • Philip Glassborow - Casting Director
  • Dave Arnold - Producer
  • Kurt Bruner - Executive Producer
  • Paul McCusker - Executive Producer

Orchestra Recorded at Martinsound, Alhambra, California

  • Tom Busteed - Sound Design
  • John Campbell - Music Composer
  • Mark Drury - Music Director
  • Tim Jacquette - Mixing
  • Mark Drury - Voice Recording Engineer
  • Dave Arnold - Voice Recording Engineer
  • Duane Harms - Voice Track Editor
  • Voice Tracks recorded at The Soundhouse, Ltd., London

trivia[]

  • Eustace and Jill call each other by their first names throughout the radio play, as opposed to only once or twice in the book. No mention is made of the tendency for pupils at their school to only use each other's surnames.
  • The sad orchestral music during the funeral scene is Adagio for Strings.
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