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Jury Room: The Love Letters


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by Alistair Bell.
'A clandestine love affair, love letters of passion, and the death of the lover by arsenical poisoning'.

Denise Coffey is appearing at the Mermaid Theatre, London


Writer: Alistair Bell
Designer: Robert MacGowan
Producer: Peter Dews
Director: Julia Smith
The Panel - Madeleine Smith: Elizabeth Hughes
The Judge - John Hope, Lord Justice-Clerk: Ian Fleming
Counsel for the Prosecution - James Moncrieff, Lord-Advocate: Jack Stewart
Counsel for the Defence - John Inglis, Dean of Faculty: David Langton
Clerk of the Court: Eric Woodburn
The Jury - Andrew Wishart: Ralph Michael
The Jury - John Kirk: Garfield Morgan
The Jury - John Snedden: Jameson Clark
The Jury - David Anderson: Colin Douglas
The Jury - Ludovic Grant: Tom Watson
The Jury - Feter Maxwell: Leo Maguire
The Jury - Adam Peden: Frank Cowley
The Jury - Robert Laing: John Rudling
The Jury - James Purdie: Michael McKevitt
The Witnesses - Mrs. Jenkins: Jean Anderson
The Witnesses - William Ogilvie: Michael Sheard
The Witnesses - Christina Haggart: Denise Coffey
The Witnesses - William Minnoch: John Graham
The Witnesses - Miss Perry: Louise MacLaren
The Witnesses - Andrew Watson: David McKail

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Jury Room: The Love Letters

BBC Two England, 5 September 1965 19.55

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