Jeremy Mortimer

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Who is Jeremy Mortimer?

Jeremy Mortimer is a British director and producer of radio dramas for BBC Radio. He is the son of John and Penelope Mortimer and the brother of Emily Mortimer. His credits include The Pattern of Painful Adventures and radio adaptations of Daphnis and Chloe, Philomel Cottage and The Time Machine. His production of the Troy Trilogy, which featured Paul Scofield and was first broadcast on Radio 3 in 1998, was lauded as "the greatest radio drama [anyone] could ever hear."

He won the 2012 Bronze Sony Radio Academy Award for Best Drama with A Tale of Two Cities.

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on July 23, 2013