Travelling back home from London on an inter-city train after collecting a cheque for a big football pools win, a woman appears to die suddenly of poisoning - just after sharing tea with her family ...
An old army general is shot dead in his study - and the final chapter of his war memoirs, which were soon to be published, is stolen. What murky secrets were to be revealed in the final chapter that ...
Shaw Taylor was the host of the 1972 pilot edition, being replaced by Edward Woodward - a panellist in the pilot - for the opening series in 1973. He was succeeded the following year by first season guest star Jon Pertwee, who chaired from 1974-78. See more »
This is a very little remembered series but good fun all the same. Jon Pertwee really seemed to enjoy himself and it shows in the banter between the panelists. I actually still have the book of this series and would love to view these episodes again.
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