The first of two plays specially written for Patricia Hayes by John Antrobus. When a murder enquiry opens on a London estate, the only lead the police have is the bizarre ramblings of a local little old lady. Director Lucy Hackney (The sequel to this play, How I Met Franz, can be heard next week)
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6: Mizpah. Fabian buys Jessie a brooch and sends a letter of regret to Prudence. Dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Producer Sioned Wiliam
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