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The Monsters: Episode 4

A serial in four episodes by Evelyn Frazer and Vincent Tilsley
Starring Robert Harris and William Greene
with Alan Gifford, Mark Dignam, Helen Lindsay, Clive Morton, George Pravda and introducing Elizabeth Weaver

John Brent's quest for the monsters in Lake Kingswater now seems absurdly unimportant compared with what he has discovered about Professor Cato. The fate of the dinosaurs seems irrelevant when the fate of mankind is in the balance. Yet in an astounding manner the survival of man is vitally affected by the survival of the monsters.
BBC Television

The Monsters: Episode 3

A serial in four episodes by Evelyn Frazer and Vincent Tilsley.
Starring Robert Harris and William Greene
with Alan Gifford, Mark Dignam, Helen Lindsay, Clive Morton, George Pravda
and introducing Elizabeth Weaver
Music composed and conducted by Humphrey Searle
Played by members of the Sinfonia of London Orchestra

Why did Professor Cato have a miniature submarine? Why did he use it to make the police think there was a 'monster' in Lake Kingswater ? And what went wrong? Do the monsters really exist after all? Tonight John Brent finds out some of the answers.
BBC Television

The Monsters: Episode 2

A serial in four episodes by Evelyn Frazer and Vincent Tilsley.
Starring Robert Harris and William Greene
with Alan Gifford, Mark Dignam, Helen Lindsay, Clive Morton, George Pravda
and introducing Elizabeth Weaver
Music composed and conducted by Humphrey Searle
Played by members of the Sinfonia of London Orchestra
BBC Television

The Monsters: Episode 1

A serial in four episodes by Evelyn Frazer and Vincent Tilsley.
Starring Robert Harris and William Greene
with Alan Gifford, Mark Dignam, Helen Lindsay
and introducing Elizabeth Weaver
Music composed and conducted by Humphrey Searle
Played by members of the Sinfonia of London Orchestra
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