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The Haggard Falcon


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A new historical thriller in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 3: The Hare
While some Holyrood courtiers wonder about his connection with the fugitive Earl of Bothwell, Dominic continues his search for the truth about Margaret. He learns of a death-bed marriage between her and Gillespie. The trail leads him to a noble house - and the sound of Puddock's flute.
Director MIKE VARDY (BBC Scotland) (Repeated: Thursday at 8.30 pm)
(Alec Heggie and Ian Ireland appear by permission of the Young Lyceum Co, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)


Unknown: Bill Craig
Designer: Walter Miller
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Mike Vardy
Unknown: Alec Heggie
Dominic Allardyce: Ian Ogilvy
Puddock: Alex McAvoy
Gillespie: Roddy McMillan
Lethington: John Carlisle
Gellie: Virginia Stark
Bothwell: Alec Heggie
Bastien: Paul Young
Randolph: Martin Heller
Fenwiek: George Howell
Ewfame: Valerie Pfeiffer
Wattie: Charles Kearney
Kirstie: Anne Kristen
Borderer: Hugh Evans
Watcher: Arthur Boland
Hogg: Martin Cochrane
Lady Janet: Harriet Buchan
Joseph: Patrick Lewsley
Turnkey: Ian Ireland
Gilles de Mere: John Shedden
FauldS: Paul KermacK

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