|01||20060403||It is May 1593, and Christopher Marlowe, playwright, poet and spy, is summoned to London to appear before the Privy Council.|
Perhaps the Queen requires his services? Or perhaps it's something more sinister.
|02||20060404||Desperate to discover what Thomas Kyd has said about him, Marlowe goes to the only man who will tell him - Kyd's torturer.|
|03||20060405||Marlowe's search for the identity of the mystery pamphleteer - who styles himself 'Tamburlaine' - leads him to an old friend, and more trouble.|
|04||20060406||Marlowe is made an offer he cannot refuse, an offer that not even the magus Doctor Dee can divert.|
|20060407||An Elizabethan thriller by Louise Welsh, read by Dexter Fletcher.|
A death and a fragment of black linen lead Christopher Marlowe to the impostor, Tamburlaine, in the final part of this Elizabethan thriller read by Dexter Fletcher.
Abridged and produced by Chris Wallis