Episodes

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An apparent stomach complaint strikes a number of fans on the way to the World Cup and Prince Charles is nearly stabbed. Episode 6 of 6.

20070301 (BBC7)

An apparent stomach complaint strikes a number of fans on the way to the World Cup and Prince Charles is nearly stabbed. Episode 6 of 6.

20040608 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20040608 BT=2200 (BBC7)

An apparent stomach complaint strikes a number of fans on the way to the World Cup and Prince Charles is nearly stabbed.

20040609 BT=0330 (BBC7)

An apparent stomach complaint strikes a number of fans on the way to the World Cup and Prince Charles is nearly stabbed.

20070214 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20070214 BT=2200 (BBC7)

George Cragge investigates the Digitales poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. Episode 4 of 6.

20070215 (BBC7)

George Cragge investigates the Digitales poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. Episode 4 of 6.

20070207 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20070207 BT=2200 (BBC7)

George Cragge investigates the Digitales poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. Episode 4 of 6.

George's job at the BBC is secure for the time being so long as he can keep a close trail on the World Cup murderer. Episode 3 of 6.

20070208 (BBC7)

George's job at the BBC is secure for the time being so long as he can keep a close trail on the World Cup murderer. Episode 3 of 6.

20081120 (BBC7)

Maverick George's BBC job depends on trailing the World Cup murderer. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997. Episode 3 of 6.

20081106 (BBC7)

Maverick old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium. Episode 1 of 6.

20070124 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20070124 BT=2200 (BBC7)

Sacked old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium. Episode 1 of 6.

20070125 (BBC7)

Sacked old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium. Episode 1 of 6.

20070221 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20070221 BT=2200 (BBC7)

The PM fears his tour of capital cities won't save his job. His wife starts publishing her own poetry, with disastrous results. Episode 5 of 6.

20070222 (BBC7)

The PM fears his tour of capital cities won't save his job. His wife starts publishing her own poetry, with disastrous results. Episode 5 of 6.

20040601 BT=0830 Duration=30 (BBC7)
20040601 BT=2200 Duration=30 (BBC7)

The Prime Minister fears that his European tour will not save him, while his wife publishes her poetry with devastating results.

20040602 BT=0330 Duration=30 (BBC7)

The Prime Minister fears that his European tour will not save him, while his wife publishes her poetry with devastating results.

20070131 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20070131 BT=2200 (BBC7)

Which will George Cragge (Michael Williams) catch up with first? The murderer? Or the Pub? Episode 2 of 6.

20070201 (BBC7)

Which will George Cragge (Michael Williams) catch up with first? The murderer? Or the Pub? Episode 2 of 6.

20081113 (BBC7)

Will maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer - or last orders? Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997. Episode 2 of 6.

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20081105 (BBC7)
20100311 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20100311 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20120711 (BBC7)

Maverick hack George Cragge hits a murder trail at Wembley Stadium. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997.

Maverick old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium. Episode 1 of 6.

Maverick hack George Cragge hits a murder trail at Wembley Stadium. From February 1997.

01In The Balance20170720 (BBC7)

Maverick hack George Cragge hits a murder trail at Wembley Stadium. From February 1997.

The BBC's maverick hack, George Cragge kicks off a murder trail at Wembley Stadium.

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

With Europe becoming a hot potato, can the Prime Minister hold on to his job? To make matters worse, England are hosting the World Cup and a killer is on the loose.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson and Jeremy Clyde as the PM.

With Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann and Christian Rodska.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1997.

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Sacked old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium.

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Sacked old hack George Cragge discovers a trail of murder starting at the towers of the old Wembley stadium. Episode 1 of 6.

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20040512 BT=0330 Duration=30 (BBC7)
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20081112 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20081112 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20081112 (BBC7)
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20120718 (BBC7)
20170727 (BBC7)

Will maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer - or last orders? Comedy thriller with Michael Williams.

Will maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer, or last orders? With Michael Williams

Will maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer - or last orders?

Will the BBC's maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer - or last orders?

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

With Europe becoming a hot potato can the Prime Minister hold on to his job? To make matters worse England are hosting the World Cup and a killer is on the loose.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson and Jeremy Clyde as the PM.

With Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann and Christian Rodska.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1997.

Will maverick hack George Cragge catch the murderer - or last orders? Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997. Episode 2 of 6.

Which will George Cragge (Michael Williams) catch up with first? The murderer? Or the Pub? Episode 2 of 6.

Which will George Cragge catch up with first? The murderer or the pub? Written by Mark Tavener and starring Michael Williams.

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20081119 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20081119 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20081119 (BBC7)
20100325 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20100325 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20120725 (BBC7)
20170803 (BBC7)

Maverick George's BBC job depends on trailing the World Cup murderer. From February 1997.

If George Cragge can keep close on the trail of the World Cup murderer then his BBC job looks secure - for the time being at least...

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson and Jeremy Clyde as the PM.

With Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Geoffrey Whitehead, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann, Christian Rodska, Keith Wickham, Ioan Meredith, Chris Pavlo and Shirley Dixon.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1997.

Maverick George's BBC job depends on trailing the World Cup murderer. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997.

Maverick George's BBC job depends on trailing the World Cup murderer. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997. Episode 3 of 6.

George's job at the BBC is secure for the time being so long as he can keep a close trail on the World Cup murderer. Episode 3 of 6.

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20081126 BT=0830 (BBC7)
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20100401 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20100401 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20120801 (BBC7)
20170810 (BBC7)

George Cragge investigates a poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife.

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George Cragge investigates a poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. With Michael Williams.

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Maverick George probes a poisoning and more events in Downing Street. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From February 1997.

Maverick George probes a poisoning and more events in Downing Street. From February 1997.

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George Cragge investigates a poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. With Michael Williams. Episode 4 of 6.

George Cragge investigates the Digitales poisoning, and comforts the Prime Minister's wife. Episode 4 of 6.

Maverick BBC reporter George Cragge probes a deliberate poisoning...

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson and Jeremy Clyde as the PM.

With Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Geoffrey Whitehead, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann, Christian Rodska, Keith Wickham, Ioan Meredith, Chris Pavlo and Shirley Dixon.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in February 1997.

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20081203 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20081203 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20081203 (BBC7)
20081204 (BBC7)
20100408 BT=0830 (BBC7)
20100408 BT=2200 (BBC7)
20120808 (BBC7)
20170817 (BBC7)

Maverick BBC reporter George Cragge has been murdered - or has he?

Maverick BBC crime correspondent George Cragge has been murdered - or has he?

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge and Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson.

With Jeremy Clyde, Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann, Christian Rodska, Ioan Meredith, Shirley Dixon, Dave Lamb, Joanna Monro, Alex Lowe, Christopher Scott and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1997.

The PM fears his tour of capital cities won't save his job. His wife starts publishing her own poetry, with disastrous results. Episode 5 of 6.

Maverick BBC reporter George Cragge has been murdered - or has he? Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From March 1997.

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20170824 (BBC7)

An apparent stomach complaint strikes a number of fans on the way to the World Cup, and Prince Charles is nearly stabbed. Episode 6 of 6.

Will maverick BBC reporter George Cragge unmask the serial killer? From March 1997.

Against the backdrop of an England-Germany World Cup final, the prime minister struggles to survive and lead his party into the imminent general election.

Can maverick BBC reporter George Cragge unmask the serial killer?

Mark Tavener's six-part sequel to his comedy thriller 'In the Red' set in the world of football, the BBC and party politics.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge and Barry Foster as Superintendent Jefferson.

With Jeremy Clyde, Robert Bathurst, Tracy Ann Oberman, Jim Carter, Peter Woodthorpe, Susie Brann, Christian Rodska, Ioan Meredith, Shirley Dixon, Dave Lamb, Joanna Monro, Alex Lowe, Christopher Scott and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram
Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in March 1997.

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20120815 (BBC7)

Will maverick BBC reporter George Cragge unmask the serial killer? Comedy thriller with Michael Williams.

Will maverick BBC reporter George Cragge unmask the serial killer? From March 1997.