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(The third squirrel was voiced by Heather Heyer, the young English voice actress that provided the voice of 8 year old Cosette in the Focus on the Family version of Les Miserables, she even uses the same voice. she was 7 years old. she also voices a couple creatures in the Silver Chair, both of which she went uncredited at her parents' request.)
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* Paul Grunert - [[Griffle]]
* Paul Grunert - [[Griffle]]
* Michael Haughey - King [[Erlian]]
* Michael Haughey - King [[Erlian]]
*Heather Heyer - third [[squirrel]] (uncredited)
* Milton Jones - [[Diggle]]
* Milton Jones - [[Diggle]]
* Katy Kellgren - [[Dryad]]
* Katy Kellgren - [[Dryad]]
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* Gyuri Sarossy - older [[Edmund]]
* Gyuri Sarossy - older [[Edmund]]
* Philip Sherlock - [[Mr. Tumnus]]
* Philip Sherlock - [[Mr. Tumnus]]
* Katherine Suchet - third [[Squirrel]]
* Katherine Suchet - [[Squirrel]]
* Mervyn Stutter - [[Fledge]]
* Mervyn Stutter - [[Fledge]]
* Paul Webster - [[Roonwit]]
* Paul Webster - [[Roonwit]]

Revision as of 20:02, 5 May 2021

"Could you believe me if I said I'd been right out of the world—outside this world—last summer?" — Eustace, to Jill Pole

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Cover of the CD release

The Last Battle was produced in 2002 as a Radio Theatre production by Focus on the Family, The C. S. Lewis Company Ltd. and Tyndale Entertainment. It featured a full cast, orchestral music, and an introduction by Douglas Gresham. It was dramatised and directed by Paul McCusker.

Broadcast History

On December 26th 2005, in Britain, BBC Radio broadcast the first four of the 'Chronicles' recordings back to back as complete, continuous performances. They were: The Magician's Nephew; The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe; The Horse and His Boy; and Prince Caspian. The remaining three Chronicles (The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle) were aired on BBC Radio in fifteen 50 minute episodes on consecutive weekdays from 22nd December 2006 to 10th January 2007.

Differences from the Book

  • Any references to the Calormenes as "darkies" were omitted, to avoid any racial connotations.
  • The scene where the lizards, dragons, and salamanders eat up the vegetation of Narnia is omitted.



  • Paul McCusker - Director
  • Philip Glassman - Casting Director


  • Dave Arnold - Producer
  • Kurt Bruner - Executive Producer
  • Al Janssen - Executive Producer


  • Mark Drury - Sound Design
  • Todd Busteed - Sound Design Assistance
  • John Campbell - Music Composer
  • Jim Scheffler - Orchestra Recording and Mixing at Martin Sound, Alhambra, California
  • Al Clifft and members of the Azusa Pacific University Choir

Voice Recording

  • Mark Drury - Voice Recording Engineer
  • Dave Arnold - Voice Recording Engineer
  • Duane Harms - Voice Recording Engineer
  • Voice Tracks recorded at The Soundhouse, Ltd., London

CD Release

Tyndale Entertainment released a three disc recording of the radio play.

Track Listing

Disc 1

  1. Prologue
  2. Shift & Puzzle
  3. Aslan in Narnia?
  4. The King's Rashness
  5. Lord Shift
  6. Tirian the Captive
  7. Help Arrives
  8. Weapons and Preparation

Disc 2

  1. A Good Night's Work
  2. "The Dwarf's are for the Dwarfs!"
  3. Poggin's Story
  4. Tash Has Come
  5. Narnia is No More
  6. The Great Bonfire Meeting
  7. A Volunteer & A Victim
  8. "Who Stands with Me?"
  9. Two Tragedies

Disc 3

  1. Narnia's Last Battle
  2. Inside the Stable
  3. The Wooden Doorway
  4. "They Won't Take Us in Again!"
  5. Night Falls on Narnia
  6. Emeth & Aslan
  7. "Further Up and Further In!"
  8. Farewell to the Shadow-Lands
  9. Epilogue

External Links

excerpt from the radio play

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