The Lovesong of Alfred J. Hitchcock is a radio play by David Rudkin, who won a Society of Authors Silver Award for best original script. Richard Griffiths won a Sony Award for his performance. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on 14 March 1993. The running time is 2 hours 4 minutes.
Part biographical exploration and part psychological study of the filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. A unique blend of first-person narration, voice collage, and film tropes.
- Alfred Hitchcock - Richard Griffiths
- Hitchcock as a boy - Judy Bennett
- Mother - Kate Binchy
- Camera - Michael Fitzgerald
- Many Voices - Steve Nallon
- Alma - Gillian Goodman
- Priest - Frank Grimes
- LA Lawyer - Dominic Taylor
- Screenwriter - Clark Peters
Winner of the Society of Authors Silver Award for best original script, and a Sony Award for its star, Lovesong has met with great acclaim. It has been praised for its use of filmic imagery and unique structure.