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Archangel

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1/2. A Russian-set thriller based on the novel by Robert Harris and starring Daniel Craig. A routine job for Oxford historian Fluke Kelso turns into a search for the final secret of Josef Stalin and a murderous chase across night-time Russia. Concludes tomorrow 9pm. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer Christopher Hall Director Jon Jones
For cast see Sunday Daniel Craig stars in Love Is the Devil at 12.20am on BBC2
Taking on Stalin: page 22; RT Direct book offer page 24

Contributors

Novel By: Robert Harris
Unknown: Daniel Craig.
Unknown: Josef Stalin
Unknown: Dick Clement
Unknown: Ian La Frenais
Director: Jon Jones
Unknown: Daniel Craig

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