Who Killed Zebedee? [Wilkie Collins]

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A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years before changed his life forever

A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years before changed his life forever. Read by Ronald Pickup.

Given just days to live, a Victorian policeman is ready to make his final confession

He candidly reveals his involvement in a murder case many years before. As a young police constable in London, he recalls how a young woman burst in with news of a gruesome killing...

Written by Wilkie Collins and first published in 1880.

Producer: Joanne Reardon

Made for BBC 7 and first broadcast in 2003.

Given just days to live, a Victorian policeman is ready to make his final confession

He candidly reveals his involvement in a murder case many years before. As a young police constable in London, he recalls how a young woman burst in with news of a gruesome killing...

Read by Ronald Pickup.

Written by Wilkie Collins and first published in 1880.

Producer: Joanne Reardon

Made for BBC 7 and first broadcast in 2003.

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Recalling a gruesome murder, a dying policeman continues his deathbed confessions.

Recalling a gruesome murder, a dying policeman continues his deathbed confessions. Wilkie Collins' tale is read by Ronald Pickup.

With just days to live, a Victorian policeman continues his final confession from his death bed.

With mystery still surrounding the brutal murder of John Zebedee, he recalls his determination to solve the case when the rest of the police force had given up.

Concluded by Ronald Pickup.

Written by Wilkie Collins and first published in 1880.

Producer: Joanne Reardon

Made for BBC 7 and first broadcast in 2003.

With just days to live, a Victorian policeman continues his final confession from his death bed.

Written by Wilkie Collins and first published in 1880.

A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years before changed his life forever