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Afternoon Play: McLevy

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
By David Ashton. A four-part series of detective stories set in Victorian Edinburgh, and starring Brian Cox and Siobhan Redmond. 2: The Trophy Club. Blocked at every turn in his efforts to solve the cruel murder of a young prostitute, and convinced that the killer is from the highest level of Edinburgh society, McLevy unwisely decides to bend the rules - with bitter consequences. Director Patrick Rayner

Contributors

Unknown: David Ashton.
Unknown: Brian Cox
Unknown: Siobhan Redmond.
Director: Patrick Rayner
McLevy: Brian Cox
Mistress Jean Brash: Siobhan Redmond
Mulholland: Michael Perceval-Maxwell
Hallard: Steven Atholl
Dingwall: Tom Smith
Lt Roach: David Ashton
DrJ arvis: David McKail
Biddy: Eliza Langland
Sheriff: David Bannerman

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Afternoon Play: McLevy

BBC Radio 4 FM, 31 May 2002 14.15






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