Arnold Ridley - The Ghost Train

Episodes

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20080830 (BBC7)
20121231 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Starring Adam Godley.

20101031 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Starring Adam Godley.

20111017 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Starring Adam Godley.

20101030 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Stars Adam Godley. Written by Dad's Army's Private Godfrey.

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Starring Adam Godley.

20111016 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Stars Adam Godley. Written by Dad's Army's Private Godfrey.

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Starring Adam Godley.

20080830 (BBC7)
20121230 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station. Stars Adam Godley. Written by Dad's Army's Private Godfrey.

20111017 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.

Starring Adam Godley.

20111016 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.

Stars Adam Godley.

Written by Dad's Army's Private Godfrey.

Starring Adam Godley.

20080830 (BBC7)
20150103 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.

20080830 (BBC7)
20150104 (BBC7)

A group of passengers are marooned at a spooky, deserted station.

20080830 (BBC7)
20150103 (BBC7)

The last steam train from London to Cornwall carries a disparate group of travellers: a pair of newly-weds, a couple whose marriage is on the rocks and a lady with a parrot called Joey.

The last thing any of them needs is to be stranded on a Fal Vale's deserted railway station - which is the object of local superstition.

Written in 1925 by Arnold Ridley - best known for playing Private Godfrey in Dad's Army.

Starring Adam Godfrey as Teddie Deakin, Christopher Wright as Richard Winthrop and Tracy-Ann Oberman as Elsie Winthrop

Adapted by Shaun McKenna. Producer Marion Nancarrow.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1998.