Peter Cushing and Nigel Stock as Dr Watson in Wisteria Lodge dramatised by ALEXANDER BARON also starring
' Have just had the most grotesque and incredible experience. May I consult you? '
JOHN BARBER , DONALD TOSH Designer ROY OXLEY
Producer WILLIAM sterling Directed by ROGER JENKINS
John Scott Eccles:
A voyage by narrow boat with Ken Dunham and his family to the centre of Birmingham along the once flourishing Canal Navigations of the Black Country.
Today this great waterway system has served its purpose - industry has turned its back on the 'cut'; but, with 'just a touch of Venice,' Park Head Locks, Gas Street Basin, and Pudding Green Junction may come alive again - inland ports along a colourful cruiseway for voyaging into England.
A season of new feature films made specially for television
A brilliant, ambitious young lawyer is assigned to defend a man accused of murdering his wife. But, confident of success, he fails to take into account the human element - an oversight that provides the ironic and savage twist to the dramatic events that follow.
Written by RICHARD LEVINSON and WILLIAM LINK
Produced by JACK LAIRD
Directed by WILLIAM GRAHAM
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