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BBC One London

Five Red Herrings

by DOROTHY L. SAYERS. Dramatised in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
Lord Peter Wimsey and his man-servant arrive at the Galloway Hills of Scotland, for a peaceful holiday. Wimsey intends to fish, Bunter to paint - instead they stumble across a corpse. Part 1
Lord Peter Wimsey
Ian Carmichael. who savs:
Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON BBC Scotland
BBC One London

Five Red Herrings

by DOROTHY L. SAYERS dramatised in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
An artist dead at the bottom of a cliff - the police presume it was an accident - but Wimsey proves it must be murder.
Part 2
Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON (BBC Scotland)
BBC One London

Five Red Herrings

by DOROTHY L. SAYERS dramatised in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
Of the six suspects - only one of them could have kiHed Campbell - Lord Peter Wimsey begins to eliminate the five red herrings.
Part 3
Designer DAVID MCKENZIE Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON BBC Scotland
BBC One London

Five Red Herrings

by DOROTHY L. SAYERS dramatised in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN
In an elaborate reconstruction sequence Wimsey shows just how the crime was committed and the murderer confesses.
Part 4
Designer DAVID MCKENZIC Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON BBC Scotland






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