The Golden Buddha
Bidston, Lester (English playwright, 19__-____),
“The Golden Buddha,” a 20-minute radio drama in English, set in a dark cave, high in the snow-clad heights of the Khsm [sic, Kham?] in the wizard land of Tibet, pre-1926,
© 1926 by Lester Bidston;
• in Lester Bidston’s The Golden Buddha (Birmingham, England: The Author, 1926);
• script/rights available from ______.
• Cited by 1926, http://www.kent.ac.uk/sdfva/invisibleplay/Body/appendix1926playsbirmingham.html, accessed September 30, 2006.
Yen Ho (m), __, _____; Miles Denaby (m), __, _____; Lin Lim (f), __, Denaby’s beggar guide.
A dark cave, high in the snow-clad heights of the Khsm in the wizard land of Tibet, from which in the distance, can be seen the secret Monastery of Dayul, lofty and remote. Within the cave lies hidden Miles Denaby – greed and fear in his heart – together with his beggar guide, Lin Lim.
The Birmingham Radio Players production directed by Sydney Russell played in Birmingham, England, 8:10-8:30 p.m., Thursday, August 19, 1926.
• Probably out of print and in public domain.
cave, monastery, Tibet.