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The Enigma Files: 9: Every Picture Tells a Story

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Written by Derek Ingrey
A detective series in 15 episodes
starring with
Phil Strong is arrested on suspicion of a serious crime. A new colleague provides unexpected help for Nick Lewis when he decides to investigate the matter himself.
Book (same title), paperback 90p, hard-back £4.75, from bookshops. Record (same title, RESL 68), from record shops

Contributors

Writer: Derek Ingrey
Studio Lighting: Barry Smith
Studio Sound: Allan Williams
Designer: Gerald Murphy
Producer: Joe Waters
Director: Les Chatfield
Det Chief Insp Nick Lewis: Tom Adams
Sue Maxwell: Carole Nimmons
Phil Strong: Duggie Brown
Pat Brookeway: Frances Bennett
Henry Brookeway: Andrew Hall
Peter Spencer: Timothy Carlton
Det-Insp Chambers: Robert Blythe
Det-Sgt Chalk: James Curran
Landlord: Eric Mason
Curator: George Little
Harry Brookeway: Royston Tickner
Dorothy: Eira Roberts

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The Enigma Files: 9: Every Picture Tells a Story

BBC Two England, 10 June 1980 21.55






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