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Saturday-Night Theatre: Death at the Dolphin

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The novel by NGAIO MARSH adapted for radio by ALISON PLOWDEN with David Valla, Malcolm Hayes, Frank Duncan, Anthony Hall and Peter Howell as Det-Supt Alleyn. The rehabilitation of the old Dolphin - once a charming Thameside theatre, now dusty and derelict - seemed a wonderful project to playwright Peregrine Jay and his distinguished cast. But there were emotional - and other - complications no one had foreseen.
Produced by BETTY DAVIES (Repeated: Monday, 3.0 pm)

Contributors

Novel By: Ngaio Marsh
Produced By: Betty Davies
Peregrine Jay: David Valla
Jobbins: Bruce Beeby
Mr Conducts: Malcolm Hayes
Jeremy Jones: Anthony Hall
Mr Greenslade: Gerald Cross
Marcus Knight: Victor Lucas
Destiny Meade: Sonia Fraser
Harry Grove: Frank Duncan
Gertie Bracey: Betty Baskcomb
Charles Random: Leslie Heritage
Emilv Dunne: Patricla Gallimore
Det-Supt Alleyn: Peter Howell
Trevor Vere: David Howe
Winter Morris: John Gabriel
Hawkins: Patrick Tull
Sergeant: Hector Ross
Inspector Fox: Edward Kelsey

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Saturday-Night Theatre: Death at the Dolphin

BBC Radio 4 FM, 6 February 1971 20.30






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