|19930426||by Jack Higgins.|
Winston Churchill plans a weekend's relaxation in the village of Studley
Constable. Waiting for him are a disguised group of German paratroopers whose orders are to kidnap and deliver him to their Fuhrer in Berlin.
Dramatised by Peter Mackie Director Philip Martin
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|SNT||1990a5a26||By: Jack Higgins|
Starring: Michael Fitzgerald/Ian Hogg
|SNT||Programme Catalogue - Details:||19900526||By Jack Higgins, adapted by Peter Mackey.|
With Michael Fitzgerald and Ian Hogg.
It was to become known as the most daring enemy mission of the entire war: "Operation Eagle", Heinrich Himmler's audacious plan to kidnap Winston Churchill on British soil in November 1943.
But, despite spectacular secrecy, there was to be no surrender without a fight.
SATURDAY NIGHT THEATRE
Producer: P. MARTIN
Next in series: NIGHT FALLS ON THE CITY
Previous in series: SOUTH BY SOUTH EAST
Dramatisation of Jack HIGGINS' thriller. Adapted by Peter MACKIE. Hitler plans to abduct Churchill.
drama programmes (genre)
26 May 1990 19:45-21:45 (RADIO 4)
26 Apr 1993 14:02-16:00 (RADIO 4)
Geoffrey Whitehead (Actor)
Terry Molloy (Actor)
Roger Hume (Actor)
Michael Fitzgerald (Actor)
Christopher Good (Actor)
Stephen Garlick (Actor)
Ian Hogg (Actor)
Vincent Brimble (Actor)
Philip Molloy (Actor)
Rosemary Martin (Actor)
Simon Carter (Actor)
David Vann (Actor)
Holly Aird (Actor)
Graham Padden (Actor)
John Dixon (Actor)
Frank Grimes (Actor)
Jack Higgins (Actor)
Heather Barrett (Actor)
David Halliwell (Actor)
Neil Coker (Actor)
Kimberley Hope (Actor)
Peter Mackie (adap)
Philip Martin (Producer)
Recorded on 1989-12-22
|SNT||Programme Catalogue - Station||Radio 4|