Poirot - Murder On The Orient Express

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0120171031

Hercule Poirot's train departs, but one passenger aboard will never finish the journey.

A train departs, but one person aboard the Orient Express is destined never to arrive. Speeding through the snowy European landscape, a bizarre and terrible murder brings the train to an abrupt halt.

The high-class carriages are packed with passengers and one of them - Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot - soon realises the challenge that awaits him...

Agatha Christie's whodunit stars John Moffatt as Hercule Poirot. With Sian Phillips as Princess Dragmiroff, Francesca Annis as Miss Debenham, Joss Ackland as Mr Ratchett, Frank Windsor as Pierre Michel, Sylvia Syms as Mrs Hubbard and Desmond Llewelyn as Masterman.

Pianist: Michael Haslam

From the book published in 1934 and dramatised by Michael Bakewell

Director Enyd Williams.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

0220171101

A passenger lies murdered, but luckily the Belgian sleuth is aboard the snowbound train.

The Orient Express is trapped in a snowdrift and in one compartment, a man lies murdered. Fortunately Hercule Poirot is aboard the train.

Agatha Christie's whodunit stars John Moffatt as Hercule Poirot. With Frank Windsor as Pierre Michel, Sylvia Syms as Mrs Hubbard and Desmond Llewelyn as Masterman.

Pianist: Michael Haslam

From the book published in 1934 and dramatised by Michael Bakewell

Director Enyd Williams.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

0320171102

The Belgian sleuth becomes convinced that the murderer is still aboard the train.

Hercule Poirot has discovered the murder victim has a "past" - and is convinced that the murderer is still aboard the train.

Agatha Christie's whodunit stars John Moffatt as Hercule Poirot. With Sian Phillips as Princess Dragmiroff, Frank Windsor as Pierre Michel, Kate Binchy as Miss Ohlsson and Andre Maranne as Monsieur Bouc.

Pianist: Michael Haslam

From the book published in 1934 and dramatised by Michael Bakewell

Director Enyd Williams.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.

0420171103

The Belgian sleuth discovers that one of the passengers is lying to him.

Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot discovers that someone aboard the train is lying to him.

Agatha Christie's whodunit stars John Moffatt as Hercule Poirot. With Sylvia Syms as Mrs Hubbard, Francesca Annis as Miss Debenham, Peter Polycarpou as Dr Constantine and Siriol Jenkins as Countess Andrenyi.

Pianist: Michael Haslam

From the book published in 1934 and dramatised by Michael Bakewell

Director Enyd Williams.

First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1992.