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The Saturday Play: Agatha Christie's Endless Night


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Written in 1967, this story is a suspense mystery wrapped around a love story, with a dash of the supernatural thrown in. Mike Rogers and his new wife have built the house of their dreams on a remote area of land. But their arrival seems to revive an ancient curse - and someone is going to die. Adapted by Joy Wilkinson.
Producer/Director Sam Hoyle


Adapted By: Joy Wilkinson.
Director: Sam Hoyle
Mike: Jonathan Forbes
Ellie: Lizzie Watts
Greta: Sara Stewart
Mike's mother: Joan Walker
Cora: Joan Walker
Mrs Lee: Victoria Lennox
Mr Constantine: Chris Pavlo
Auctioneer: Chris Pavlo
Philpott: John Rowe
Lippincott: John Rowe
Young Mike: Joseph Tremain
Army boy: Joseph Tremain
Santonix: Dan Starkey
Frank: Dan Starkey
Oscar: Thomas Brown-Lowe

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The Saturday Play: Agatha Christie's Endless Night

BBC Radio 4 FM, 30 August 2008 14.30

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