The Pilgrim's Progress is a three-part radio play by Brian Sibley, adapted from John Bunyan's Christian allegory. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2004. The running time of each installment is 60 minutes.
A pilgrim discovers the meaning of faith on a journey toward the Celestial City.
|Part 1||"Escape from the City of Destruction"||January 4, 2004|
|Part 2||"The Journey to Vanity Fair"||January 11, 2004|
|Part 3||"The Road to the Celestial City"||January 18, 2004|
- John Bunyan - Anton Rodgers
- Elizabeth - Caroline Lee Johnson
- Christian - Neil Dudgeon
- Evangelist - Alec McCowen
- Beelzebub - Don Warrington
- Pliable - Philip Fox
- Obstinate - Chris Moran
- Help - Jamie Barbakoff
- Goodwill - Lydia Leonard
- Caged Man - Peter Bowles
- The Jailer - Ioan Meredith
- The Judge - Derek Waring
- The Angel - Cherie Taylor-Battiste
- The Children - Sophie Levy and Nayla Levy
- Interpreter - Anna Massey
"Brian Sibley's adaptation of The Pilgrim's Progress, the new Classic Serial (Sun, repeated Sat) is very good, the acting is first-rate, and Pam Fraser Solomon's production the best she has ever done."