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A radio comedy series set in Renaissance Italy in the fictional principality of Monte Guano. It's a family drama, with the family consisting of Ludovico, the ambitious but pretty much unsuccessful ruler; Plethora, his wife who's a hundred times more intelligent than her hubby and the real power in Monte Guano; Salvatore, the eldest son who wants to go into the church and someday become Pope but can't because of lack of money; the middle son Alessandro who wants to be an artist and inventor; the youngest son Guido, an ardent Protestant and devotee of Martin Luther; and the Countess Rosalie, Ludovico's mistress who's supposed to be engaged to Salvatore ... and who's actually quite good friends with Plethora. Watching all the events unfold is Francesco, Ludovico's secretary and chronicler and a frustrated poet. Ludovico ... David Swift Plethora ... Sian Phillips Francesco ... Graham Crowden Alessandro ... Paul Bigley Rosalie ... Sasha Wickham Salvatore ... Nick Romero Guido ... Christopher Kellam Broadcast on BBC Radiio for 2001 2002.
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https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/1_The%20Caramba%20Campaign.mp3: The Caramba Campaign https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/2_The%20Pilgrim%20Industry.mp3: The Pilgrim Industry https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/3_The%20Coining%20of%20the%20Capricorn.mp3: The Coining of the Capricorn https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/4_The%20Pride%20and%20the%20Peacemaker.mp3: The Pride and the Peacemaker https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/5_The%20Future%20Begins%20Here.mp3: The Future Begins Here https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries1/6_Plethora%20Princess%20Regent.mp3: Plethora Princess Regent https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/1_Considering%20the%20Lilies%20of%20the%20Field.mp3: Considering the Lilies of the Field https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/2_An%20Englishman%20Abroad.mp3: An Englishman Abroad https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/3_Salvatore%27s%20Apotheosis.mp3: Salvatore's Apotheosis https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/4_The%20Bonfire%20of%20the%20Sanities.mp3: The Bonfire of the Sanities https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/5_Confessions.mp3: Confessions https://archive.org/download/theleopardinautumnseries2/6_Royal%20Wedding%20Blues.mp3: Royal Wedding Blues
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