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Abridged versions of" The Ash-tree" have been read on British television by Robert Powell (in the second episode of Classic Ghost Stories, first shown on BBC 2 on December 26, 1986) and Christopher Lee (in the second episode of Christopher Lee's Ghost Stories for Christmas, first shown on BBC 2 on December 26, 2000). Dec 23, 2000 · Christopher Lee stars as M.

R. James, provost of Kings college, Cambridge. James, the foremost writer of ghost stories of his day(and as far as I am concerned, nowadays too), would gather a select group of friends and students to his study each christmas. Dec 27, 2015 · In 2000 the BBC produced a series called 'Ghost Stories for Christmas, with Christopher Lee' in which Lee played M. R. James reading four of his own stories. The late Sir Christopher Lee narrates a series of four half-hour ghost stories by M.

R. James. Originally shown on BBC2 during the last week of December, 2000. Ghost Stories for Christmas with Christopher Lee - Number 13 by MR James (2000, Eleanor Yule, 30 mins) DISC SIX Classic Ghost Stories The Mezzotint, The Ash-Tree, Wailing Well, The Rose Garden and Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad (1986, 5 x 14 mins) Memories of Christopher Lee and M.

R. James' Ghost Stories for Christmas. Amongst the line up, and seeing in Christmas Day itself at midnight, are two of the four half-hour Christopher Lee's Ghost Stories for Christmas episodes, in which I appeared back in 2001. Lee played M. R. James himself, reading his stories to our select group of his. Part of the BBC2's re-invented Ghost Stories for Christmas series. Christopher Lee, who actually met James obviously enjoyed making this series.

Actor Christopher Lee reads The Ash Tree, the second of four ghost stories by Victorian writer MR James. The series continues on Friday 29 December at 10. 50pm (S) (W) Christopher Lee reads the disturbing Victorian ghost stories of writer MR James. A century ago, it was James's habit to read one aloud by candlelight every Christmas Eve to a select group of students in his study at King's College, Cambridge.

A televised series of Christopher Lee as M. R. James himself reading various ghost stories premiered on BBC television in 2000, and four revival films were made of James’ stories that aired on. Ghost Stories for Christmas with Christopher Lee ‘The Stalls of Barchester by MR James’ (2000, Eleanor Yule, 30 mins) Ghost Stories for Christmas with Christopher Lee ‘A Warning to the Curious by MR James’ (2000, Eleanor Yule, 30 mins) Part of the BBC2's re-invented Ghost Stories for Christmas series.

Christopher Lee, who actually met James obviously enjoyed making this series. A Ghost Story for Christmas is a strand of annual British short television films originally. . a new adaptation of Dennis Wheatley's novel The Haunting of Toby Jugg by Chris Durlacher, although this.

Lee Ingleby, Mark Gatiss, Philip Jackson. Horror legend Christopher Lee hosts and narrates a series of four half hour ghost stories all based on stories by M. R. James. 'The Stalls of Barchester 'The Ash.

A View from a Hill (2005, 39 mins); Number 13 (2006, 40 mins); Ghost Stories for Christmas with Christopher Lee - Number 13 by MR James (2000, Eleanor.

Amazon. com: Ghost Stories for Christmas - The Definitive Collection (5-DVD set):. Gordon Clark (2012) Ghost Stories for Christmas with Christopher Lee - 'The. Part of the BBC2's re-invented Ghost Stories for Christmas series. Christopher Lee, who actually met James obviously enjoyed making this series. Unambitious. Christopher Lee reads the disturbing Victorian ghost stories of writer MR James. Christopher Lee stars as M. R. James, provost of Kings college, Cambridge. James, the foremost writer of ghost stories of his day(and as far as I am concerned, nowadays too), would gather a select group of friends and students to his study each christmas eve and read them his latest tale of horror.

In 2000 the BBC produced a series called 'Ghost Stories for Christmas, with Christopher Lee' in which Lee played M. R. James reading four of his own stories. .