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Written by Alan Plater.
The first in a series of six new plays written for television. When Rachel discovers that the man she had always thought of as her father is not a blood relation, she embarks on a quest of self-discovery: a journey which leads her to London and the midnight moody world of jazz clubs and a man whose signature tune seems to be Misterioso, a bittersweet blues tune by Thelonius Monk.
Alan Plater , who has adapted his own novel for the screen, returns to the jazz background he used in his ITV series
The Beiderbecke Affair.
Producer Norman McCandlish Director John Glenister
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