Geraldine McEwan ~ A Career in Theatre, Film & Television
Hancock's Half Hour/Star Bill 1952-1953 
with Tony Hancock, Graham Stark and Geraldine McEwan; with the George Mitchell Glee Club; and Stanley Black and his Concert Orchestra.

The Importance of Being Earnest  2001
A BBC radio full-cast production of Wilde's satire on aristocratic manners and expose of social follies. Algernon Moncrieff and Jack Worthing have both invented imaginary friends in order to avoid family engagements. Geraldine McEwan as Lady Bracknell with Simon Russell-Beale, Julian Wadham, Victoria Hamilton, Emma Fielding, Celia Imrie, Geoffrey Palmer 

Richard III    2001
Audio CD Label: ASIN: 962634217XCatalogue Number: NA321712  Naxos Audio with Kenneth Branagh, Stella Gonet, Celia Imrie, Michael Maloney, Nicholas Farrell, Steven Thorne 

Am Ziel (Arrived) BBC Radio 2002
A new English version by Stephen Jeffreys, from the play Am Zeil by Thomas Bernhard
An elderly Austrian woman and her daughter are preparing to make their annual visit to their house by the sea in Holland. On the eve of their departure, they have visited the theatre and seen the successful premiere of a controversial new play and, on the spur of the moment, have invited the young author to come away with them. He, terrified by his new found fame and interested in the daughter, agrees.
The Mother ...... Geraldine McEwan  The Daughter ...... Imelda Staunton
The Writer ...... Julian Rhind-Tutt    Other voices ...... Gertan Klauber, Kasia Zaremba-Byrne
Directed by Annabel Arden

Love's Labour's Lost 1979 
with Jeremy Brett, Ian Holm, Derek Jacobi, Ian Richardson, Judy Parfitt  
HarperCollins Audio  

Geraldine McEwan's Jane Austen 1995
Publisher:  Hodder & Stoughton. Performed at the National Theatre's Cottesloe, internationally and also on audio. From the novels of Jane Austen, reflecting the social life of early 19th Century England.

The Event of the Season 1987 
writer- Perry Pontac, with George Baker, Maureen Lipman The event of the title is Lady Wulfruna's house party, which has to be shelved when nuclear war breaks out. The household retreats to an underground shelter, where life goes on, with the butler in attendance. Geraldine McEwan played Lady Wulfruna with marvellous disdain for the lower orders of creation, and Maureen Lipman and George Baker also handled the dialogue with great aplomb. It's a laugh out loud listen!

Lucia in London   1990   
Audio Cassette: ; The E.F. Benson book narrated by Geraldine McEwan    Publisher: Caedmon Audio Cassette;  ASIN: 1559941340   Available at

Queen Lucia  2002
CD and Audio Cassettes  Publisher: Isis Audio       ISBN: 075311478X 
A witty tale of the provincial rich of England that depicts them all with devastating humor as they are toppled, one by one, by the dogged Lucia. Performed by Geraldine McEwan. Available at

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 1991
ISIS Audio Books  
Geraldine McEwan tackles Muriel Spark's story with aplomb. Set in Edinburgh in the tempestuous political era of the 1930s, the story's universal theme of standing up against conventionality is still relevant and stirring nearly seventy years later. McEwan glides through Spark's text, adeptly altering her accents and intonations to suit each character. There is hardly a moment when it is not absolutely clear who is speaking. All this adds to the complete package of the audiobook, making it suitable for casual listeners and students of literature alike. R.A.P. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine 
Girls of Slender Means
Story by Murial Spark
Love for Love (LP set)
School For Scandal (LP set)
Happy Days  1997 (BBC Radio)
A radio version of the Samuel Beckett play first performed in New York in 1961.  With Geraldine McEwan as Winnnie and Clive Swift as Willie. Narrator Phil Daniels. Directed by Peter Wood.
Great Expectations  BBC Radio, 
with Douglas Hodge, Amanda Redman 
The Tiger Who Came to Tea, by Judith Kerr
Mog, The Forgetful Cat, by Judith Kerr
Persuasion    1994
Penguin Audiobook  and a 6 CD recording of the Jane Austen book. 
Miss Marple
Mapp Lucia
Oranges Are Not
Jean Brodie