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A two-part serial by Peter Wolf , with Roger Allam as John Merrick and Tim Pigott-Smith as Frederick Treves. 1: Patron Saint of Outcasts. A very different portrait of the famous Victorian "Elephant Man" John Merrick. with Gerard McDermott , Carolyn Jones and Chris Pavlo. Director Cherry Cookson
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John Dryden 's dramatisation of Robert Harris 's bestselling novel. 1964: Nazi Germany has won the war. Detective Xavier March is asked to investigate the suspicious death of a retired German senior civil servant. His enquiries lead him to uncover a terrifying secret. with Andrew Sachs , Amanda Walker. Patrick Godfrey. Michael Byrne. Ian Gelder , Angeline Ball , William Scott Masson. Stratford Johns, Eleanor Bron , Michael Culver , Dan Fineman , Alice Arnold , Trevor Nichols , Ned Sherrin , Jonathan Coleman and Alan Dedicoat Director John Dryden
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Maeve Binchy's novel, dramatised in six parts by Jane Cassidy , with David Soul as Patrick O'Neill.
5: Rachel has been summoned back. with Luke Griffin , Melissa Smith , Denys Hawthorne , John Keegan. Julia Deardon. Ray McBride , Conleth Hill , Gordon Fulton and Audrey Dempsey. Music by Jane Cassidy , performed by Rod McVey and Kate O'Brien Director Pam Brighton Repeat
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