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First broadcast: on BBC Two England

opens a season of films starring one of Britain's most endearing actresses, Margaret Rutherford. Today with Robert Morley and Flora Robson
When a wealthy recluse is frightened to death, Miss Marple is quick to suspect murder, but her report to the police falls on deaf ears. 'There is only one course open to me. I shall have to investigate this myself.'
Screenplay by JAMES p. CAVANAGH. Based on AGATHA CHRISTIE 'S novel After the Funeral Produced by GEORGE BROWN Directed by GEORGE POLLOCK
. • FEATURE: page 18

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Rutherford.
Unknown:
Robert Morley
Unknown:
Flora Robson
Unknown:
James P. Cavanagh.
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Produced By:
George Brown
Directed By:
George Pollock
Miss Marple:
Margaret Rutherford
Hector Enderby:
Robert Morley
Miss Gilchrist:
Flora Robson
Det Insp Craddock:
Charles Tingwell
Mr Stringer:
Stringer Davis
Hillman:
Duncan Lamont
Michael Shane:
James Villiers
George Crossfield:
Robert Urquhart

First broadcast: on BBC Two England

continues the season of films starring One of Britain's most endearing actresses Margaret Rutherford Today with Ron Moody
When Miss Marple disagrees with her fellow jurors at a murder trial she decides that the only way to prove her Point is to prove the man's innocence.
The super-sleuth is on the trail again.
This time her investigations take her to a second-rate theatrical company where one of the cast is a murderer....
Screenplay by DAVID PURSALL
Based on the novel Mrs McGinty's Dead by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Produced by BEN ARBEID
Directed by GEORGE POLLOCK
Films: page 17

Contributors

Play By:
David Pursall
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Produced By:
Ben Arbeid
Directed By:
George Pollock
Miss Marple:
Margaret Rutherford
Driffold Cosgood:
Ron Moody
Det Insp Craddock:
Charles Tingwell
Justice Crosby:
Andrew Cruickshank
Mrs Thomas:
Megs Jenkins
Ralph Summers:
Ralph Michael
Bill Hanson:
James Bolam
Mr Stringer:
Stringer Davis
Sheila Upward:
Francesca Annis
Maureen Summers:
Pauline Jameson
Theatrical agent:
Dennis Price
PC Wells:
Terry Scott

First broadcast: on BBC Two England

continues the season of films starring one of Britain's most endearing actresses Margaret Rutherford Tonight with Lionel Jeffries
Agatha Christie 's amateur sleuth, Miss Marple, is on the trail of a murderer once again. This time on board the training ship the Battledore where all is definitely not ship-shape nor Bristol fashion.
Screenplay by DAVID PURSALL. JACK SEDDON based on AGATHA CHRISTIE 'S Miss Marple Produced by LAWRENCE P. BACHMANN Directed by GEORGE POLLOCK
Films: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Lionel Jeffries
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
David Pursall.
Unknown:
Jack Seddon
Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Produced By:
Lawrence P. Bachmann
Directed By:
George Pollock
Miss Marple:
Margaret Rutherford
Captain Rhumstone:
Lionel Jeffries
Det Insp Craddock:
Charles Tingwell
Breeze-Connington:
William Mervyn
Matron Alice Fanbraid:
Joan Benham
Mr Stringer:
Stringer Davis
Dr Crump:
Nicholas Parsons
Bishop:
Miles Malleson
Lord Rudkin:
Henry Oscar
Humbert:
Derek Nimmo
Brewer:
Gerald Cross
Shirley:
Norma Foster
Sgt Bacon:
Terence Edmond
Compton:
Francis Matthews

by Agatha Christie
dramatised in three daily parts by T.R. Bowen

Early summer, sometime in the late 40s. St Mary Mead - a very ordinary, very English village in the Home Counties. One morning the Bantrys wake up to find that everything is suddenly far from ordinary. They call their friend and neighbour, the elderly spinster Jane Marple, to help unravel the disturbingly novelettish mystery they have found themselves entangled in. The investigation takes them to a seaside hotel where some rather unusual people are staying.

(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.00 pm)
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised by:
T.R. Bowen
Music composed by:
Ken Howard
Music composed:
Alan Blaikey
Make-up Designer:
Martha Livesley
Costume Designer:
Jan Wright
Film Recordist:
Bill Chesnau
Photography:
John Walker
Film Editor:
Bernard Ashby
Designer:
Austin Ruddy
Producer:
Guy Slater
Director:
Silvio Narizzano
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Col Bantry:
Moray Watson
Lorrimer:
Valentine Dyall
Col Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Basil Blake:
Anthony Smee
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Josie Turner:
Trudie Styler
Mary:
Karin Foley
Mr Prescott:
Hugh Walters
Dinah Lee:
Debbie Arnold
Malcolm:
Colin Higgins
PC Palk:
John Bardon
Mrs Palk:
Anne Rutter
DC Lake:
Ian Brimble
Edwards:
John Moffatt
Mark Gaskell:
Keith Drinkel
Ruby Keene:
Sally Jane Jackson
Hugo McLean:
Martyn Read
Bridget:
Kathleen Breck
George Bartlett:
Arthur Bostrom
Peter Carmody:
Andrew Downer
Brogan:
Sidney Livingstone
Maj Reeve:
Stephen Churchett
WPC:
Sarah Whitlock
Florrie Small:
Karen Seacombe

by Agatha Christie
dramatised in three daily parts by T.R. Bowen
with Joan Hickson as Miss Marple

While the investigation centres on the Jefferson family and their entourage at the Majestic Hotel, Miss Marple's hunch about a second killing proves all too tragically justified. Then suspicion begins to focus in a quite different direction.

(For full cast see Wednesday)
(Part 3 tomorrow at 9.00 pm)
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Author:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised by:
T.R. Bowen
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Colonel Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Josie Turner:
Trudie Styler
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Col Bantry:
Moray Watson
Lorrimer:
Valentine Dyall
Sir Henry Clithering:
Raymond Francis

by Agatha Christie
the last of three daily parts dramatised by T. R. Bowen

While the official net tightens inexorably, Miss Marple pursues her own dogged enquiries. She returns from a quick trip to London with the fresh evidence necessary to allow a thrilling trap to be set for the killer.

(For full cast see page 64)
(Three further stories will be shown next year)
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Author:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised By:
T. R. Bowen
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Sir Henry Clithering:
Raymond Francis
Colonel Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Basil Blake:
Anthony Smee
Mark Gaskell:
Keith Drinkel
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Dinah Lee:
Debbie Arnold

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in two parts by JULIA JONES
1: East Anglia ... the late 1940s. Gerry Burton , accompanied by his sister
Joanna, has gone to the little village of Lymston to convalesce after an accident. The village seems to welcome them with open arms. But there are dark mysterious undercurrents at work and it's not long before Miss Marple comes to visit.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Photography LAN HILTON
Film recordist MARTYN CLOT
Costume designer CHRISTIAN DYALL Film editor GRAHAM WALKER Designer PAUL ALLEN Producer GUY SLATER Director ROY BOULTING
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.25 pm) m FEATURE: page 9 *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Julia Jones
Unknown:
Gerry Burton
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Editor:
Graham Walker
Designer:
Paul Allen
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Edward Symmington:
Michael Culver
Eryl Griffith:
Sandra Payne
Mr Pye:
Richard Pearson
Gerry Burton:
Andrew Bicknell
Angela Symmington:
Elizabeth Counsell
Joanna Burton:
Sabina Franklyn
Maud Calthrop:
Dilys Hamlett
Megan Hunter:
Deborah Appleby
Robert Symmington:
Lucy Gleeson
James Symmington:
Stuart Mansfield
Emily Barton:
Hilary Mason
The Rev Guy Calthrop:
John Arnatt
Owen Griffith:
Martin Fisk
Partridge:
Penelope Lee
Beatrice:
Juliet Waley
Elsie Holland:
Imogen Bickford-Smith
Coroner:
Gerald Sim
° Police Supt Nash:
Geoffrey Davion
Miss Ginch:
Ninka Scott
Mrs Cleat:
Patsy Smart
Mr Cleat:
Gordon Rollings
George:
Michael Waterman
Det Insp Crawford:
Roger Ostime
PC Johnson:
Victor Maddern
Rose:
Catherine Owen
Contralto:
Carol Gleeson
Pianist:
John Keenan

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in two parts by JULIA JONES
2: Miss Marple's instinct proves all too true. And there are further macabre twists in store.
(The next Miss Marple story, A
Murder is Announced, begins next Thursday at 9.25 pm)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
The Miss Marple theme music is available as a BBC single, RESL 153

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Julia Jones
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Edward Symmington:
Michael Culver
Eryl Griffith:
Sandra Payne
Mr Pye:
Richard Pearson
Gerry Burton:
Andrew Bicknell
Joanna Burton:
Sabina Franklyn
Maud Calthrop:
Dilys Hamlett

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in three daily parts by ALAN PLATER with 1: The small village of Chipping Cleghorn.... the late 1940s. In among the small ads of the local paper, placidly reflecting the daily transactions of ordinary village life, there appears an unobtrusive advertisement announcing the time and place of a forthcoming murder. The inhabitants of the village assume it's just a harmless piece of fun ...
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Photography PETER HALL
Film recordist MALCOLM CAMPBELL Make.up designer MARTHA LIVESLEY Costume designer BRIAN WILLIS Editor JERRY LEON
Editorx RAYMOND CUSICK Producer GUY SLATER Director DAVID GILES
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.25 pm) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Alan Plater
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Unknown:
Malcolm Campbell
Designer:
Brian Willis
Editor:
Jerry Leon
Editor:
X Raymond Cusick
Producer:
Guy Slater
Director:
David Giles
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
as Miss Blacklock:
Ursula Howells
as Miss Bunner:
Renee Asherson
as Det Insp Craddock:
John Castle
as Mrs Easterbrook:
Sylvia Syms
as Miss Murgatroyd:
Joan Sims
as Col Easterbrook:
Ralph Michael
as Mrs Swettenham:
Mary Kerridge
as Miss Hinchcliffe:
Paola Dionisotti
as Det Sgt Fletcher:
Kevin Whately
Julia Simmons:
Samantha Bond
Patrick Simmons:
Simon Shepherd
Phillipa Haymes:
Nicola King
Hannah ELAINE:
Ives Cameron
Edward Swettenham:
Matthew Solon
Mrs Harmon:
Vivienne Moore
The Rev Harmon:
David Collings
Rowlandson:
David Pinner
Rudi Scherz:
Tim Charrington
Myrna Harris:
Liz Crowther
Rydesdale:
Richard Bebb
Waitress:
Victoria Williams
Sister McClelland:
Kay Gallie

by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in three daily parts by ALAN PLATER with 2: Miss Marple's instinct once again proves all too true, and Inspector Craddock has to move fast.
(For full cast see Thursday page 56. Part 3 tomorrow night)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Alan Plater
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
as Miss Blacklock:
Ursula Howells
as Miss Bunner:
Renee Asherson
as Det Insp Craddock:
John Castle
as Mrs Easterbrook:
Sylvia Syms
as Miss Murgatroyd:
Joan Sims
as Colonel Easterbrook:
Ralph Michael
as Mrs Swettenham:
Mary Kerridge
as Miss Hinchcliffe:
Paola Dionisotti
as Det Sgt Fletcher:
Kevin Whately
Belle Goedler:
Joyce Carey

by Agatha Christie
Dramatised in three parts by Alan Plater
with Joan Hickson as Miss Marple, Ursula Howells as Miss Blacklock, John Castle as Det Insp Craddock, Sylvia Syms as Mrs Easterbrook, Joan Sims as Miss Murgatroyd, Ralph Michael as Colonel Easterbrook, Mary Kerridge as Mrs Swettenham, Paola Dionisotti as Miss Hinchcliffe, Kevin Whately as Det Sgt Fletcher

Nothing makes sense for Inspector Craddock. But as he knows all too well - it's his job to make it make sense....before there's a third murder.

(The last Miss Marple story, A Pocketful of Rye, begins on Thursday at 9.25 pm)
Theme music on a single, RESL 153 from retailers
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Author:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised by:
Alan Plater
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Miss Blacklock:
Ursula Howells
Det Insp Craddock:
John Castle
Mrs Easterbrook:
Sylvia Syms
Miss Murgatroyd:
Joan Sims
Colonel Easterbrook:
Ralph Michael
Mrs Swettenham:
Mary Kerridge
Miss Hinchcliffe:
Paola Dionisotti
Det Sgt Fletcher:
Kevin Whately

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in two daily parts by T. R. BOWEN with
Stacy Doming as Adele Fortescue Selina Cadell as Mary Dove
1: The Home Counties golf and commuter belt.... late 1940s. When Rex Fortescue dies suddenly in his city office, Inspector Neele is called in to investigate. His only clue is a handful of rye in the dead man's pocket. When the poison which killed Rex is identified as deriving from yew, it is on the household and staff at Yew Tree Lodge that suspicion falls.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY Boy soprano ALED JONES
Photography JOHN WALKER Make-up designer
CHRISTINE WALMESLEY-COTHAM
Costume designer JUDY PEPPERDINE Editor GRAHAM WALKER Designer MICHAEL YOUNG
Producer GEORGE GALLACCIO Director GUY SLATER
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9.25 pm) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
T. R. Bowen
Unknown:
Stacy Doming
Unknown:
Adele Fortescue
Unknown:
Selina Cadell
Unknown:
Mary Dove
Unknown:
Inspector Neele
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Soprano:
Aled Jones
Soprano:
Photography John Walker
Editor:
Graham Walker
Designer:
Michael Young
Producer:
George Gallaccio
Director:
Guy Slater
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Miss Henderson:
Fabia Drake
Rex Fortescue:
Timothy West
Lance Fortescue:
Peter Davison
Det Insp Neel:
Tom Wilkinson
Percival Fortescue:
Clive Merrison
Miss Grosvenor:
Susan Gilmore
Miss Griffith:
Nancie Herrod
Dr French:
Louis Mahoney
Det Sgt Hay:
Jon Glover
Ellen:
Beau Daniells
Mrs Crump:
Mereuna Kendall
Mr Crump:
Frank Mills
Gladys Martin:
Annette Badland
Daisy:
Suzie Cerys
Mrs Brogan:
Rhoda Lewis
Jennifer Fortescue:
Rachel Bell
Vivian Dubois:
Martyn Stanbridge
Patricia Fortescue:
Frances Low
Sgt Rose:
Charles Pemberton
PC White:
Laurin Kaski

First broadcast: on BBC One London

starring
Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett with their special guests
Jenny Agutter , Ian Ogilvy and Phil Collins
Featuring tonight's film
The Teddy Bear who Knew too Much "... we need a private detective.' 'Miss Marple, then!
Fortunately, she lives in the next village.'
'Even more fortunate, the great Belgian detective
Hercule Poirot happens to be staying the weekend with her....' also appearing
DEREK DEADMAN. BARBARA MILLER
GERRIE RAYMOND .
JOHN RUTLAND , VICKI SCOTT
THE FRED TOMUNSON SINGERS
Script associate IAN DAVIDSON
Written by SEAN CARSON
COLIN PEARSON. TERRY RAVENSCROFT
DAVID RENWICK. COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH
DAVID TOMLINSON , GERALD WILEY
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY
Designers ANDREW HOWE DAVIES , KEN STARKEY
Producer MICHAEL HURLL
Director MARCUS MORTIMER

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Jenny Agutter
Unknown:
Ian Ogilvy
Unknown:
Phil Collins
Unknown:
Hercule Poirot
Unknown:
Derek Deadman.
Unknown:
Barbara Miller
Unknown:
Gerrie Raymond
Unknown:
John Rutland
Unknown:
Vicki Scott
Unknown:
Ian Davidson
Written By:
Sean Carson
Written By:
Colin Pearson.
Unknown:
Terry Ravenscroft
Unknown:
David Renwick.
Unknown:
Colin Bostock-Smith
Unknown:
David Tomlinson
Unknown:
Gerald Wiley
Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown:
Michael McCarthy
Designers:
Andrew Howe Davies
Unknown:
Ken Starkey
Producer:
Michael Hurll
Director:
Marcus Mortimer

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in three parts by T. R. BOWEN , with 1: Early summer, sometime in the late 40s ... St Mary Mead - a very ordinary, very
English village in the Home
Counties ... One morning the Bantrys wake up to find that everything is suddenly far from ordinary ... They call their friend, the elderly spinster Jane Marple, to help unravel the disturbingly novelettish mystery in which they find themselves entangled.
The investigation takes them to a seaside hotel where some rather unusual people are staying....
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY Photography JOHN WALKER Designer AUSTIN RUDDY Producer GUY SLATER
Director SILVIO NARIZZANO (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
T. R. Bowen
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Unknown:
Photography John Walker
Designer:
Austin Ruddy
Producer:
Guy Slater
Director:
Silvio Narizzano
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Col Bantry:
Moray Watson
Lorrimer:
Valentine Dyau
Col Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Basil Blake:
Anthony Smee
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Josie Turner:
Trudie Styler
Mary:
Karin Foley
Mr Prescott:
Hugh Walters
Dinah Lee:
Debbie Arnold
Malcolm:
Colin Higgins
Actor:
Pcpalk Johnbardon
Mrs Palk:
Anne Rutter

by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in three parts by T. R. BOWEN with 2: While the investigation centres on the Jefferson family and their entourage at the Majestic Hotel, Miss Marple's hunch about a second killing proves all too tragically justified. Then suspicion begins to focus in a quite different direction ...
`
Producer GUY SLATER
Director SILVIO NARIZZANO (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
T. R. Bowen
Director:
Silvio Narizzano
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Colonel Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Josie Turner:
Trudie Styler
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Colonel Bantry:
Moray Watson
Lorrimer:
Valentine Dyall
Sir Henry Clithering:
Raymond Francis
DC Lake:
Ian Brimble
Edwards:
John Moffatt
Mark Gaskell:
Keith Drinkel
Mr Prescott:
Hugh Walters
Ruby Keene:
Sally Jane Jackson
Hugo McLean:
Martyn Read
Bridget:
Kathleen Breck
George Bartlett:
Arthur Bostrom
Peter Carmody:
Andrew Downer
Basil Blake:
Anthony Smee
Malcolm:
Colin Higgins
PC Palk:
John Bardon
Brogan:
Sidney Livingstone
Major Reeve:
Stephen Churchett

by Agatha Christie
The last of three parts dramatised by T. R. Bowen
with Joan Hickson as Miss Marple, Gwen Watford as Mrs Bantry, Andrew Cruickshank as Conway Jefferson, Raymond Francis as Sir Henry Clithering, Frederick Jaeger as Colonel Melchett, David Horovitch as Det Insp Slack, Ciaran Madden as Adelaide Jefferson, Anthony Smee as Basil Blake, Keith Drinkel as Mark Gaskell, Jess Conrad as Raymond Starr, Debbie Arnold as Dinah Lee

While the official net tightens inexorably, Miss Marple pursues her own dogged enquiries. She returns from a quick trip to London with the fresh evidence necessary to allow a trap to be set for the killer ...
(R)
Theme music (RESL 153) from retailers
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Author:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised by:
T.R. Bowen
Producer:
Guy Slater
Director:
Silvio Narizzano
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Mrs Bantry:
Gwen Watford
Conway Jefferson:
Andrew Cruickshank
Sir Henry Clithering:
Raymond Francis
Colonel Melchett:
Frederick Jaeger
Det Insp Slack:
David Horovitch
Adelaide Jefferson:
Ciaran Madden
Basil Blake:
Anthony Smee
Mark Gaskell:
Keith Drinkel
Raymond Starr:
Jess Conrad
Dinah Lee:
Debbie Arnold
Colonel Bantry:
Moray Watson
Lorrimer:
Valentine Dyall
DC Lake:
Ian Brimble
WPC:
Sarah Whitlock
Edwards:
John Moffatt
Josie Turner:
Trudie Styler
Ruby Keene:
Sally Jane Jackson
Hugo McLean:
Martyn Read
Peter Carmody:
Andrew Downer
Pamela Reeve:
Astra Sheridan
Florie Small:
Karen Seacombe

by AGATHA CHRISTIE dramatised in two parts by T. R. BOWEN , starring
1: The Home Counties golf and commuter belt.... late 1940s. When Rex Fortescue dies suddenly in his City office, Inspector Neele is called in to investigate. His only clue is a handful of rye in the dead man's pocket.
When the poison which killed Rex is identified as deriving from yew, it is on the household and staff at Yew Tree Lodge that suspicion falls.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Producer GEORGE GALLACCIO Director GUY SLATER (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
T. R. Bowen
Unknown:
Inspector Neele
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Producer:
George Gallaccio
Director:
Guy Slater
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Miss Henderson:
Fabia Drake
Rex Fortescue:
Timothy West
Lance Fortescue:
Peter Davison
Det Insp Neele:
Tom Wilkinson
Percival Fortescue:
Clive Merrison
AdeleFortescue:
Stacy Doming
Mary Dove:
Selina Cadell
Miss Grosvenor:
Susan Gilmore
Miss Griffith:
Nancie Herrod
Dr French:
Louis Mahoney
Det Sgt Hay:
Jon Glover
Ellen:
Beau Daniells
Mrs Crump:
Merelina Kendall
Mr Crump:
Frank Mills
Gladys Martin:
Annette Badland
Daisy:
Suzie Cerys
Mrs Brogan:
Rhoda Lewis
Jennifer Fortescue:
Rachel Bell
Vivian Dubois:
Martyn Stanbridge
Patricia Fortescue:
Frances Low
Boy soprano:
Aled Jones

by AGATHA CHRISTIE
The second of two parts dramatised by T. R. BOWEN starring with To Miss Marple the connection with the nursery rhyme is all too clear - as is the identity of the next victim. She sets off at once for Yew Tree Lodge.
Music composed by KEN HOWARD and ALAN BLAIKEY
Producer GEORGE GALLACCIO Director GUY SLATER (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Dramatised By:
T. R. Bowen
Composed By:
Ken Howard
Composed By:
Alan Blaikey
Producer:
George Gallaccio
Director:
Guy Slater
Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Miss Henderson:
Fabia Drake
Lance Fortescue:
Peter Davison
Det Insp Neele:
Tom Wilkinson
Percival Fortescue:
Clive Merrison
Adele Fortescue:
Stacy Doming
Mary Dove:
Selina Cadell
Detective Sergeant Hay:
Jon Glover
Mrs Crump:
Merelina Kendall
Mr Crump:
Frank Mills
Gladys Martin:
Annette Badland
Jennifer Fortescue:
Rachel Bell
Vivian Dubois:
Martyn Stanbridge
Patricia Fortescue:
Frances Low
Sergeant Rose:
Charles Pemberton
PC White:
Laurin Kaski