Albert's Bridge is a radio play by Tom Stoppard. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio on 13 July 1967. In 1968, it won an award in the Czechoslovak International Radio Play Festival, held in Prague. In Rome, it won the Prix Italia[1]. The play was remade in 1988.


Albert is obsessed with his job painting the local bridge.



Directed by Charles Lefeaux

Critical ReceptionEdit


  1. Diversity


The play is now available on the BBC CD Tom Stoppard Radio Plays.

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