Busman's Honeymoon [Wimsey]

Society's eligible women are in mourning - Lord Peter Wimsey has married at last.

Having finally succeeded in his ardent pursuit of the lovely Harriet Vane, they depart for a tranquil honeymoon in a country farmhouse.

But the couple's newly wedded peace is shattered when the dead body of the previous owner is found in the cellar.

Why would anyone have wanted to kill old Mr Noakes? What dark secrets was he hiding? Ian Carmichael is the personification of Dorothy L.

Sayers' charming investigator in this radio dramatisation.

Episodes

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When Lord and Lady Wimsey decide to start their life together at Peter's newly acquired farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed.

When Lord and Lady Wimsey honeymoon at their newly acquired farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed.

Starring Ian Carmichael.

As Lord and Lady Wimsey honeymoon at their farmhouse, their marital bliss gets disturbed.

As Lord and Lady Wimsey honeymoon at their newly acquired farmhouse, their marital bliss gets disturbed.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

Honeymooners Lord Peter Wimsey and his wife's marital bliss is soon disturbed.

Honeymooners Lord Peter Wimsey and his wife's marital bliss is soon disturbed. Dorothy L Sayers' mystery with Ian Carmichael.

Sayers' charming investigator in this radio dramatisation.

Honeymooners Lord Peter Wimsey and his wife soon find their marital bliss disturbed. Dorothy L Sayers' mystery with Ian Carmichael.

When Lord and Lady Wimsey decide to start their life together at Peter's new farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed. Episode 1 of 6.

When Lord and Lady Wimsey decide to start their life together at Peter's newly acquired farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed. Episode 1 of 6.

When Lord and Lady Wimsey honeymoon at their newly acquired farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 1 of 6.

When Lord and Lady Wimsey start their life together at Peter's farmhouse, marital bliss is disturbed. Part 1 of 6.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

Honeymooners Lord Peter Wimsey and his wife soon find their marital bliss disturbed - by something nasty in the cellar.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Mr Puffett …. Michael Ripper
The Rev Goodacre …. Gerald Sim
MacBride …. Roger Lloyd Pack
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Narrator …. John Westbrook

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton and Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle.

Honeymooners Lord Peter Wimsey and his wife soon find their marital bliss disturbed. Dorothy L Sayers' mystery with Ian Carmichael.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

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With William Noakes dead, Superintendent Kirk has his suspicions, but upper crust sleuth, Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure...

Ian Carmichael stars as Lord Peter Wimsey – the British gentleman detective created by Dorothy L Sayers.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Mr Puffett …. Michael Ripper
MacBride …. Roger Lloyd Pack
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny

Dramatised by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but Wimsey is not so sure.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

With William Noakes dead, Superintendent Kirk has his suspicions, but upper crust sleuth, Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure...

Ian Carmichael stars as Lord Peter Wimsey – the British gentleman detective created by Dorothy L Sayers.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Mr Puffett …. Michael Ripper
MacBride …. Roger Lloyd Pack
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny

Dramatised by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but Wimsey is not so sure.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

Noakes is dead and the investigation begins.

The superintendent has his suspicions, but Wimsey is not so sure.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure.

Starring Ian Carmichael.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions - but the sleuth is not so sure.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions - but the upper crust sleuth is not so sure.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions - but Wimsey is not so sure.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure. Stars Ian Carmichael.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but posh sleuth Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure. Stars Ian Carmichael.

Noakes is dead and the investigation begins. The superintendent has his suspicions, but Wimsey is not so sure. Episode 2 of 6.

With Noakes dead, the superintendent has his suspicions, but Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 2 of 6.

Noakes is dead and the investigation begins. The superintendent has his suspicions, but Wimsey is unsure. Episode 2 of 6.

Noakes is dead and the investigation begins. The superintendent has suspicions, but Wimsey is unsure. Episode 2 of 6.

With William Noakes dead, Superintendent Kirk has his suspicions, but posh sleuth, Lord Peter Wimsey is not so sure...

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Roger Lloyd Pack as MacBride, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent and John Westbrook as the Narrator.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Roger Lloyd Pack as MacBride, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent and John Westbrook as the Narrator.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Roger Lloyd Pack as MacBride, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent and John Westbrook as the Narrator.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

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As the questioning over the murder of William Noakes continues, some revelatory evidence emerges from the upper crust sleuth's cleaner.

Ian Carmichael stars as Lord Peter Wimsey – the British gentleman detective created by Dorothy L Sayers.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Reverend Goodacre …. Gerald Sim
Sergeant Foster …. Alexander John

Dramatised by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

With more questioning over Noakes's murder, there is a revelation from Wimsey's cleaner.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

The superintendent continues his questioning.

Mrs Ruddle provides some revelatory evidence.

Starring Ian Carmichael.

Questioning over Noake's murder elicits revelatory evidence from the sleuth's cleaner.

With more questioning over Noake's murder, there's some revelatory evidence from the sleuth's cleaner.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

With more questioning over Noakes's murder, there's some revelatory evidence from the sleuth's cleaner.

Questioning over Noakes's murder elicits revelatory evidence from the sleuth's cleaner.

With more questioning over Noakes's murder, there's a revelation from Wimsey's cleaner.

With more questioning over Noakes's murder, there's revelatory evidence from Lord Peter Wimsey's cleaner. Stars Ian Carmichael.

As questioning over William Noakes's murder continues, there's some revelatory evidence from Lord Peter Wimsey's cleaner.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk and Christopher Beeny as Constable Sellon.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

The superintendent continues his questioning. Mrs Ruddle provides some revelatory evidence. With Ian Carmichael as Peter Wimsey. Episode 3 of 6.

The superintendent continues his questioning. Mrs Ruddle provides some revelatory evidence. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 3 of 6.

The superintendent continues his questioning. Mrs Ruddle provides some revelatory evidence. With Ian Carmichael. Episode 3 of 6.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
The Rev. Goodacre …. Gerald Sim
Sergeant Foster …. Alexander John

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk and Christopher Beeny as Constable Sellon.

With more questioning over Noakes's murder, there's revelatory evidence from Lord Peter Wimsey's cleaner. Stars Ian Carmichael.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

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Lord Peter Wimsey and his new bride try to recreate the lead-up to the mysterious circumstances of Noakes's murder.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Salcombe Hardy …. Patrick Newell
Sid …. David Peart

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride try to recreate the circumstances of Noakes's murder.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet investigate the murder of the former owner of their new home.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride attempt to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes' murder.

Starring Ian Carmichael.

The upper crust sleuth and his bride try to recreate the lead-up to Noakes's murder.

The upper crust sleuth and his bride try to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes's murder.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride try to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes's murder. Stars Ian Carmichael

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet investigate the murder of the former owner of their new home. Episode 4 of 6.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton and Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride attempt to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes' murder. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 4 of 6.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride try to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes's murder. Stars Ian Carmichael.

Starring Ian Carmichael.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton and Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride try to recreate the lead-up to the circumstances of Noakes's murder. Stars Ian Carmichael.

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As murder victim, William Noakes's debts start mounting up, Lord Peter Wimsey grows suspicious of one of his relatives.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
MacBride …. Roger Lloyd Pack
Mr. Solomons …. Bernard Spear
Voice from wireless …. Michael Bilton
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

As the murder victim's debts start mounting up, Wimsey becomes suspicious of his niece.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet investigate the murder of the former owner of their new home.

With the murder victim's debts starting to mount up, Lord Peter Wimsey becomes suspicious of his niece.

As the murder victim's debts mount up, the posh sleuth becomes suspicious of his niece.

As the murder victim's debts start mounting up, the upper crust sleuth becomes suspicious of his niece.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

As the murder victim's debts start mounting up, Lord Peter Wimsey becomes suspicious of his niece. Stars Ian Carmichael

As the murder victim's debts start mounting up, Lord Peter Wimsey becomes suspicious of his niece. Stars Ian Carmichael.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk and Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet, investigate the murder of the former owner of their new home... Episode 5 of 6.

With the murder victim's debts starting to mount up, Lord Peter Wimsey becomes suspicious of his niece. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 5 of 6.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet investigate the murder of the former owner of their new home. Episode 5 of 6.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk and Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

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Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet solve the murder of the former owner of their new home.

With no clear suspect, the removal men's arrival leads Lord Peter Wimsey to uncover a vital murder clue.

With no clear suspect, the removal men's arrival helps the sleuth to spot a vital clue.

With no clear suspect, the removal men's arrival helps the upper crust sleuth to spot a vital murder clue.

Stars Ian Carmichael.

With no clear murder suspect, the removal men's arrival helps Wimsey to spot a vital clue.

With no clear murder suspect, the removal men's arrival helps Lord Peter Wimsey to spot a vital clue. Stars Ian Carmichael

With no clear murder suspect, the removal men's arrival helps Lord Peter Wimsey to spot a vital clue. Stars Ian Carmichael.

With no clear murder suspect, the arrival of the removal men helps Lord Peter Wimsey to spot a vital clue.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley and Gerald Sim as the Rev Goodacre.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Mr Puffett …. Michael Ripper
The Rev. Goodacre …. Gerald Sim
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny
First Removal man …. Edward Cast
Second Removal Man …. Alex Jennings

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley and Gerald Sim as the Rev Goodacre.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet, solve the murder of the former owner of their new home. Episode 6 of 6.

With no clear suspect, the removal men's arrival leads Lord Peter Wimsey to uncover a vital murder clue. Starring Ian Carmichael. Episode 6 of 6.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his bride Harriet solve the murder of the former owner of their new home. Episode 6 of 6.

Starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter Wimsey, Sarah Badel as Lady Wimsey, Peter Jones as Bunter, Rosemary Leach as Miss Twitterton, Pearl Hackney as Mrs Ruddle, Peter Vaughan as Superintendent Kirk, Kenneth Cranham as Frank Crutchley and Gerald Sim as the Rev Goodacre.

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

With no clear murder suspect, the arrival of the removal men helps Lord Peter Wimsey to spot a vital clue.

Lord Peter Wimsey …. Ian Carmichael
Lady Wimsey …. Sarah Badel
Bunter …. Peter Jones
Mrs Ruddle …. Pearl Hackney
Narrator …. John Westbrook
Miss Twitterton …. Rosemary Leach
Frank Crutchley …. Kenneth Cranham
Superintendent Kirk …. Peter Vaughan
Mr Puffett …. Michael Ripper
The Rev. Goodacre …. Gerald Sim
Constable Sellon …. Christopher Beeny
First Removal man …. Edward Cast
Second Removal Man …. Alex Jennings

British gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey features in a number of detective novels and short stories by English crime writer, Dorothy L Sayers. Busman's Honeymoon was first published in 1937.

Classy and sharp-witted, aristocratic amateur sleuth Lord Peter Bredon Wimsey was born in 1890 and educated at Eton and Oxford, before serving in the military during the First World War.

Ian Carmichael appeared as Lord Peter Wimsey for BBC Radio from 1973 to 1983, in addition to the BBC TV adaptations that were broadcast between 1972 and 1975.

Adapted for radio in six episodes by Alistair Beaton.

Producer: Martin Fisher

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1983.

With no clear murder suspect, the removal men's arrival helps Wimsey to spot a vital clue.

Adaptations of Dorothy L Sayers' gentleman detective Lord Peter Wimsey.