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Classic Serial: The Mystery of Edwin Drood: 5: Redress


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by Charles Dickens, concluded by Leon Garfield.
The last of five parts, dramatised by David Buck.
With Ian Holm
Neville Landless has been found stabbed to death. Imagine Jasper's horror when he sees Neville outside his front door...
A Radio 4/World Service co-production.
(Repeated: Sunday 2.30pm)


Author: Charles Dickens
Author (conclusion): Leon Garfield
Dramatist: David Buck
Piano: Nicholas Kok
Director: Gordon House
John Jasper: Ian Holm
Datchery: John Moffatt
The Rev Crisparkle: Gareth Thomas
Sapsea: Timothy Bateson
Durdles: Gordon Gostelow
Grewgious: John Gabriel
Tartar: Michael Cochrane
Helena Landless: Helena Breck
Deputy: Susan Sheridan
Miss Twinkleton: Margaret Courtenay
Bazzard: John Samson
Rosa Bud: Moir Leslie
Crisparkle's mother: Hilda Kriseman
Mrs Tope: Anna Cropper
Mrs MacSiddons: Anne Jameson
Judge: David King
Doctor/Hangman: Michael Graham-Cox
First Constable: David Goudge
Second Constable: Simon Treves

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Classic Serial: The Mystery of Edwin Drood: 5: Redress

BBC Radio 4 FM, 30 March 1990 15.00

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