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George Sewell ...
Roger Rowland ...
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Sarah Lovett
Roger Hume ...
Dr. Ted Lovett
Sheila Scott-Wilkenson ...
Pam Sloane (as Sheila Scott Wilkinson)
John Arnatt ...
Denning
Beth Harris ...
Andrea Watkins
Seymour Green ...
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Tim Barrett ...
Grindley
Malcolm Terris
Neal Arden
Toby Lennon ...
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Diana Rayworth ...
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Julie Martin
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A physician is under surveillance as a possible security risk. Despite accusations of the doctor leaking politically sensitive trade secrets from a former Special Branch officer's business, Craven grows increasingly uncertain that the man is a traitor. Written by Anonymous

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13 June 1973 (UK)  »

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2 January 2011 | by (Essex, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In Berlin, East Germany a surveillance team are following Dr. Edward Lovett for security. Back in England Craven is asked to meet security expert Denning who was also in Special Branch at some point. Craven is asked to do a security check on Dr. Lovett as well, because he exposed some secret facts about an electrics firm that makes circuitry for ground-to-air missiles as a job for the government. Craven checks Lovett's bank and finds that he has deposited £212 from Czechoslovakia. It then comes out that he stayed in a hotel under the alias Donaldson. Later Lovett gets a 'phone call from a mysterious woman. Everything up to this point makes him out to be a spy. But Craven follows him as he meets a woman and goes to a hotel, later it comes out that they are having an affair and she's Andrea, the wife of Wakins who runs an electronic making company which has Denning as a security adviser! It's okay but double sided as every clue leads to the usual espionage end which you were expecting, but that doesn't happen here as it just turns out to be plain adultery, which is a down point.


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