|01||The Episode Of The Missing Dividends||20030105|
Will Sir Charles be fleeced yet again?
|02||The Episode Of The Man Downstairs||20030112|
Will the new photographic system reveal the identity of the chameleon Colonel Clay?
|04||The Episode Of The Old Bailey||20030126|
Who is the true villain in the trial of the master impersonator?
|05 LAST||The Episode Of The Final Verdict||20030202|
What will be the verdict of the court, and can the Colonel effect a final escape?
|01||01||The Episode Of The Mexican Seer||19981221||20000109|
Martin Jarvis reads stories by Grant Allen.
The mysterious colonel first appeared in the `Strand Magazine' in 1896.
His goal - the systematic fleecing of Sir Charles Vandrift, the morally dubious millionaire.
But who is Colonel Clay really?By Grant Allen , read by Martin Jarvis. 1: The Episode of the Mexican Seer Producer Martin Jenkins
Martin Jarvis reads four stories by Grant Allen.
|01||02||The Episode Of The Diamond Links||19981222||20000110|
Has Lady Vandrift spotted a bargain?
|01||03||The Episode Of The Tyrolean Castle||19981223||20000116|
Can Sir Charles purchase his dream house?
|01||04 LAST||The Arrest Of The Colonel||19981225||20000117|
Surely the mysterious colonel cannot finally be unmasked?
Martin Jarvis performs five more of Grant Allen's stories, which appeared in `Strand Magazine' in 1896.
Directed by Martin Jenkins.
In this selection, will Sir Charles be fleeced again, or could he now discover the true identity of the wily colonel?
Is this a golden opportunity for Sir Charles?
Will Sir Charles be `framed' this time?
|02||04||The Episode Of The Japanned Dispatch Box||20001116|
Can Sir Charles ever resist a pretty face?
|02||05 LAST||The Episode Of The Game Of Poker||20001117|
Surely the Colonel can't be Oscar Wilde?