In The Red [Mark Tavener]

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Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers.

Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's anarchic crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry and Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson

Music by Tony McAnaney.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers. Mark Tavener's comedy-thriller with Michael Williams.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow

With Nicholas Le Prevost, Peter Serafinowicz, Eva Stuart, Susie Brann, Alice Arnold, David Antrobus and Annabel Mullion.

Music by Tony McAnaney.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1995.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Comedy drama series set in a Cambridge college

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Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer?

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's anarchic crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Caroline.... Susie Brann
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz

With Alice Arnold, Annabel Mullion, Jonathan Keeble and Gavin Muir.

Music by Tony McAnaney.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Can George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time?

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4 and Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James.

Music by Tony McAnaney.

Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time? Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4 and Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James.

Comedy drama series set in a Cambridge college

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4 and Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James.

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Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager - while in Broadcasting House, BBC Controllers are counting on divine intervention to topple the Director General.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's anarchic crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Agony Aunt.... Eva Stuart
Oswald.... Simon Greenall
Chairman.... Peter Yapp

Other parts by Oliver Sentona and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager. Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Agony Aunt.... Eva Stuart
Oswald.... Simon Greenall
Chairman.... Peter Yapp

Other parts by Oliver Sentona and Alice Arnold.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager - while in Broadcasting House, BBC Controllers are counting on divine intervention to topple the Director General.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's anarchic crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Agony Aunt.... Eva Stuart
Oswald.... Simon Greenall
Chairman.... Peter Yapp

Other parts by Oliver Sentona and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager - while in Broadcasting House, BBC Controllers are counting on divine intervention to topple the Director General.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's anarchic crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties starring Michael Williams.

Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Agony Aunt.... Eva Stuart
Oswald.... Simon Greenall
Chairman.... Peter Yapp

Other parts by Oliver Sentona and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

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Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann

Other parts played by Jonathan Keeble, Don Macorkindale, Annabel Mullion and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1995.

George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker. Stars Michael Williams.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann

Other parts played by Jonathan Keeble, Don Macorkindale, Annabel Mullion and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1995.

George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann

Other parts played by Jonathan Keeble, Don Macorkindale, Annabel Mullion and Alice Arnold.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1995.

George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

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A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George Cragge is on the case.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann
Home Secretary.... Peter Yapp
Auntie Agony.... Eva Stuart
Controller BBC 1.... Ian McNiece
PA Woman.... Annabel Mullion

With Alice Arnold, Richard Turner and Tim Hope.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George is on the case. Stars Michael Williams.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George Cragge is on the case.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann
Home Secretary.... Peter Yapp
Auntie Agony.... Eva Stuart
Controller BBC 1.... Ian McNiece
PA Woman.... Annabel Mullion

With Alice Arnold, Richard Turner and Tim Hope.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George Cragge is on the case.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Caroline.... Susie Brann
Home Secretary.... Peter Yapp
Auntie Agony.... Eva Stuart
Controller BBC 1.... Ian McNiece
PA Woman.... Annabel Mullion

With Alice Arnold, Richard Turner and Tim Hope.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

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Reporter George is due in court - while BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

George Cragge.... Michael Williams
Frank Jefferson.... Barry Foster
Geoffrey Crichton-Potter.... Stephen Moore
Henry.... Julian Rhind-Tutt
Max.... Peter Woodthorpe
Controller Radio 2.... Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4.... John Bird
Dominic De'ath.... Benjamin Whitrow
Hercules Fortescue.... Nicholas Le Prevost
Andrew James.... Peter Serafinowcz
Laetitia.... Victoria Carling
Controller BBC 1.... Ian McNiece
Prosecution.... Geoffrey Whitehead
Fortescue's PA.... Jane Slavin

With Alice Arnold, Eva Stuart, Gavin Muir, Annabel Mullion and Richard Turner.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Reporter George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General. Stars Michael Williams.

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Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer. Stars Michael Williams.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Ian McNiece as Controller BBC1, Jeffrey Holland as Carstairs, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Ian McNiece as Controller BBC1, Jeffrey Holland as Carstairs, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Ian McNiece as Controller BBC1, Jeffrey Holland as Carstairs, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders of bank managers. Hot on the trail of the killer are an old-style Chief Police Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent, George Cragge.

A blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties. Dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Mark Tavener's novel.

Starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Stephen Moore as Geoffrey Crichton-Potter, Julian Rhind-Tutt as Henry, Barry Foster as Frank Jefferson, Stephen Fry as Controller Radio 2, John Bird as Controller Radio 4, Ian McNiece as Controller BBC1, Jeffrey Holland as Carstairs, Peter Serafinowcz as Andrew James and Benjamin Whitrow as Dominic De'ath.

Music by Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1995.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.

George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins