Reporting the world tonight Peter Woods with Martin Bell, Michael Blakey, Michael Clayton, Michael Sullivan, David Tindall, Richard Whitmore and the correspondents, at home and abroad, of BBC News
Starring Peter Cushing
and Nigel Stock as Dr Watson
also starring Nigel Green as Sir Robert Norberton, Edward Woodward as Mason
'When a man does one odd thing, or two odd things, it may not mean anything. But when everything he does is odd then you begin to wonder.'
(First shown on BBC1)
Sir Arthur Conan
Sir Robert Norberton:
At least, whatever human beings feel about Skinningrove, North Yorkshire, there's no place like it for its 3,000 racing pigeons. Every Saturday throughout the summer they're transported to the South of England, or over the sea to France. But they fly straight back -and the fastest home means money.
Skinningrove's pigeon passion is seen through the eyes of the Rawson family - Cecil, Jean, Ken, Louie, George, and grandfather Charles.
Written and produced by David Bean
A season of new feature films made specially for television starring Robert Conrad, Howard Duff, Diane Baker, J.D. Cannon
District Attorney Lynn Compton and his team know that Mary Brokaw , an attractive nurse, is a mass murderess, but her method of committing the crimes leaves no evidence of foul play. It seems impossible to prove her guilt - and, supremely confident, Mary already has her next wealthy victim lined up...
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