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Lord Peter Wimsey

The Nine Tailors by DOROTHY L. SAYERS : adapted in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter 1: 1914 ... a fashionable we'dding, and among the guests a young Subaltern named Wimsey ... soon to find himself involved in a long, peculiarly macabre crime.
Designer MARGARET PEACOCK Producer RICHARD BEYNON
RAYMOND MENMUIR
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

The Nine Tailors by DOROTHY u sayers : adapted in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter
Part 2: Chance - or is it Fate?brings Lord Peter Wimsey back to the village where 20 years - and a World War earlier, he had been witness to a crime thought solved.
Sound DAVID HUGHES Lighting BOB GELL
Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer richard BEYNON
Director Raymond menmuib
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

The Nine Tailors by DOROTHY L. SAYERS : adapted in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN with Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter
Part 3: a body ... mutilated, un-recognisable ... hastily buried in a strange grave. Murder!
But if it is, why does the Coroner's Inquest declare it: Death by Natural Causes?
Film cameraman RAY HENMAN Sound recordist ALAN COOPER Film editor ALISTAIR MACKAY Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Director RAYMOND MENMUIR
BBC One London

Lord Peter Wimsey

The Nine Tailors by DOROTHY L. SAYERS : adapted in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN with Part 4: Nature - not Wimsey - sheds the final light; and over the flooded Fenland the bells proclaim the death of a man ... and the end of a crime.
Title music composed by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Costume designer JOYCE HAWKINS Make-up GWEN ARTHY Designers
MARGARET PEACOCK , STANLEY MORRIS Producer RICHARD BEYNON
RAYMOND MENMUIR






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