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The Buckingham Palace Connection

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A live-part serial dramatised for radio by TED WILLIS from his own novel with The year: 1918. Young Captain Tremayne has been sent to Russia by George V. His mission: to rescue the Tsar and the Imperial Royal family from Ekaterinburg. He arrives in Viadivostock to be met by a beautiful dark-eyed woman - Maria Astakhov.
2: The Royal Flush with Music arranged and played by RICHARD HOLMES and ROBERTO CAMPADELLI (balalaika)
Directed by GLYN DEARMAN (Repeated: Wed 12.27 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Astakhov.
Played By: Richard Holmes
Balalaika: Roberto Campadelli
Directed By: Glyn Dearman
himself: Ted Willis
Lord Tremayne: Maurice Denham
Captain Tremayne: Jeremy Clyde
Maria Astakhov: Miriam Margolyes
Major Story: Bob Sherman
Colonel Kasakor: Sean Barrett
George V: Michael Aldridge
Lydia Elman: Elizabeth Seal
Scmyonov: Michael Spice
Dukhonin: David Timson
Klaus: John Rye
Admiral Knight: Murray Kash
High Commissioner: Alan Dudley
Samarin: James Windsor
Giomeko: Cyril Shaps
Mogilov: Nicholas Courtney

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The Buckingham Palace Connection

BBC Radio 4 FM, 10 May 1981 18.15






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