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Champion House: Wax Fruit


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by Ludovic Peters
Starring Edward Chapman, Virginia Stride, James Kerry

There is strict security in one section of Champion Mills - for the good reason that the Champions are experimenting with a new device which they intend to keep to themselves. Quite unexpectedly, Stephen receives a call from an old friend, Saeed Khan. Now it is quite possible that Saeed Khan is not all he says he is and Joe is by nature suspicious. Stephen is reluctant to distrust his friend while Liz has to form her own opinion; but Saeed Khan has a way with him - especially where women are concerned.
Incidentally, he provides a splendid role for Zia Mohyeddin.


Writer: Ludovic Peters
Devised by: Hazel Adair
Devised by: Peter Ling
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Script Editor: Patrick Alexander
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Director: Ian MacNaughton
Saeed Khan: Zia Mohyeddin
Stephen Champion: James Kerry
Lucas: Lewis Wilson
Mrs. Lloyd: Pamela Manson
Liz Champion: Virginia Stride
Anna Conway: Marianne Benet
Joe Champion: Edward Chapman
Boss: Ken Parry
Davitt: Roy Evans

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Champion House: Wax Fruit

BBC One London, 13 June 1968 20.00

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