Modesty Blaise - The Silver Mistress

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0120170213

Beautiful, intelligent and the catsuit wearing queen of hand-to-hand combat, Modesty Blaise was once the head of an international crime operation. Now, having given up her nefarious ways, Modesty and her faithful side-kick, Willie Garvin, offer their services for more respectable causes.

In this new adventure, adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney, Modesty invites Sir Gerald Tarrant of British Intelligence to join her for a holiday at the Gorges du Tarn in the South of France. But, after stopping on the cliff road to help two nuns who have broken down, Sir Gerald's car is found smashed to pieces at the bottom of the ravine.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A man is presumed dead in a road accident. Will Modesty uncover the truth?

0120170213

Beautiful, intelligent and the catsuit wearing queen of hand-to-hand combat, Modesty Blaise was once the head of an international crime operation. Now, having given up her nefarious ways, Modesty and her faithful side-kick, Willie Garvin, offer their services for more respectable causes.

In this new adventure, adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney, Modesty invites Sir Gerald Tarrant of British Intelligence to join her for a holiday at the Gorges du Tarn in the South of France. But, after stopping on the cliff road to help two nuns who have broken down, Sir Gerald's car is found smashed to pieces at the bottom of the ravine.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

A man is presumed dead in a road accident. Will Modesty uncover the truth?

0220170214

Modesty finds an injured man on a cliff ledge. Was he a witness to Sir Gerald's demise?

British Intelligence man, Sir Gerald Tarrant, is missing presumed dead in the Gorges du Tarn. Then Modesty finds an injured man on a ledge opposite the spot where Sir Gerald's car went over the cliff. Was he a witness to what happened? If only he could remember.

Meanwhile, Willie Garvin is puzzled by a case of blackmail that doesn't seem to add up.

Adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

0320170215

Sir Gerald Tarrant of British Intelligence is missing, presumed dead, after stopping to help some stranded nuns on the cliff road. Willie Garvin, meanwhile, is trying to get to the bottom of an unusual blackmail plot involving a bank in Hong Kong.

Then Fraser drops a bombshell about Tarrant's driver, and Quinn starts to get his memory back.

Adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Quinn starts to recover his memory of what happened on the cliff road.

0420170216

Sir Gerald Tarrant of British Intelligence has disappeared, presumed killed in a road accident after stopping to help two nuns who had broken down. Meanwhile Modesty and Willie have uncovered a blackmail scam - also involving a nun - and a Chateau in the Pyrenees, which can be accessed by a secret cave.

Could Tarrant have been kidnapped? They head for the Chateau to find out.

Adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Quinn shows Modesty and Willie a secret way into the chateau via an underground cave.

0520170217

Sir Gerald Tarrant of British Intelligence has been imprisoned by kidnappers with a bizarre and deadly business plan, and subjected to slow torture in a Pyrenean Chateau by Martial Arts Master, Mr Sexton. Now Modesty and Willy have also been captured, along with Willie's girlfriend Lady Janet, and disgraced pilot, Quinn.

To save her friends Modesty must face Sexton in a fight to the death.

Adapted from Peter O'Donnell's novel by Stef Penney.

With music by Will Gregory, arranged by Ian Gardiner and performed by the National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Ben Foster.

Sound by David Thomas.

Directed by Kate McAll

A Pier production for BBC Radio 4.

Modesty and Willie plan a daring escape using a false leg and engine grease.