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15MD012012090320170703 (BBC7)

Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake is sent to investigate a killing at a monastery.

C J Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

London, 1537. As he plots to bring down the Abbeys, Thomas Cromwell sends his trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, to investigate the murder of a King's Commissioner in a monastery on the south coast of Kent. Which of the terrified monks is the murderer - and can Shardlake catch him before he strikes again?

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C J Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

London, 1537. As he plots to bring down the Abbeys, Thomas Cromwell sends his trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, to investigate the murder of a King's Commissioner in a monastery on the south coast of Kent. Which of the terrified monks is the murderer - and can Shardlake catch him before he strikes again?

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0120120903

Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake is sent to investigate a killing at a monastery.

C J Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

London, 1537. As he plots to bring down the Abbeys, Thomas Cromwell sends his trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, to investigate the murder of a King's Commissioner in a monastery on the south coast of Kent. Which of the terrified monks is the murderer - and can Shardlake catch him before he strikes again?

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake is sent to investigate a killing at a monastery.

C J Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

London, 1537. As he plots to bring down the Abbeys, Thomas Cromwell sends his trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, to investigate the murder of a King's Commissioner in a monastery on the south coast of Kent. Which of the terrified monks is the murderer - and can Shardlake catch him before he strikes again?

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD022012090420170704 (BBC7)

As Shardlake begins to meet the prime suspects, it is clear the case will not be simple.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Thomas Cromwell's trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, arrives at Scarnsea monastery with orders to investigate the brutal killing of a King's Commissioner, Robin Singleton. As he begins to meet the prime suspects, it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Thomas Cromwell's trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, arrives at Scarnsea monastery with orders to investigate the brutal killing of a King's Commissioner, Robin Singleton. As he begins to meet the prime suspects, it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0220120904

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Thomas Cromwell's trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, arrives at Scarnsea monastery with orders to investigate the brutal killing of a King's Commissioner, Robin Singleton. As he begins to meet the prime suspects, it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

As Shardlake begins to meet the prime suspects, it is clear the case will not be simple.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Thomas Cromwell's trusted lawyer-detective, Matthew Shardlake, arrives at Scarnsea monastery with orders to investigate the brutal killing of a King's Commissioner, Robin Singleton. As he begins to meet the prime suspects, it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

As Shardlake begins to meet the prime suspects, it is clear the case will not be simple.

15MD032012090520170705 (BBC7)

A frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering Shardlake's investigation of the murder.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, delve deeper into the mysteries of Scarnsea monastery. The list of suspects for Commissioner Singleton's murder is getting longer, but a frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering the investigation.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, delve deeper into the mysteries of Scarnsea monastery. The list of suspects for Commissioner Singleton's murder is getting longer, but a frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering the investigation.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0320120905

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, delve deeper into the mysteries of Scarnsea monastery. The list of suspects for Commissioner Singleton's murder is getting longer, but a frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering the investigation.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

A frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering Shardlake's investigation of the murder.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, delve deeper into the mysteries of Scarnsea monastery. The list of suspects for Commissioner Singleton's murder is getting longer, but a frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering the investigation.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

A frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering Shardlake's investigation of the murder.

15MD042012090620170706 (BBC7)

Shardlake's investigation is complicated by Whelplay's revelation of an earlier murder.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, continue their investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner at Scarnsea monastery. The case has been further complicated by Novice Whelplay's revelation, while delirious with fever, that there has been an earlier, undiscovered murder.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, continue their investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner at Scarnsea monastery. The case has been further complicated by Novice Whelplay's revelation, while delirious with fever, that there has been an earlier, undiscovered murder.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0420120906

Shardlake's investigation is complicated by Whelplay's revelation of an earlier murder.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, continue their investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner at Scarnsea monastery. The case has been further complicated by Novice Whelplay's revelation, while delirious with fever, that there has been an earlier, undiscovered murder.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Shardlake's investigation is complicated by Whelplay's revelation of an earlier murder.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake, and his assistant Mark, continue their investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner at Scarnsea monastery. The case has been further complicated by Novice Whelplay's revelation, while delirious with fever, that there has been an earlier, undiscovered murder.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD052012090720170707 (BBC7)

Another suspicious death at the monastery further complicates Shardlake's investigation.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake's investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner is further complicated by the discovery of another suspicious death at Scarnsea Monastery.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake's investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner is further complicated by the discovery of another suspicious death at Scarnsea Monastery.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0520120907

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake's investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner is further complicated by the discovery of another suspicious death at Scarnsea Monastery.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Another suspicious death at the monastery further complicates Shardlake's investigation.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake's investigation into the murder of a King's Commissioner is further complicated by the discovery of another suspicious death at Scarnsea Monastery.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Another suspicious death at the monastery further complicates Shardlake's investigation.

15MD062012091020170710 (BBC7)

Shardlake questions the prime suspect and learns hard truths about Cromwell's methods.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake interrogates Brother Jerome, whose hatred for the murdered King's Commissioner, has marked him out as a prime suspect.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake interrogates Brother Jerome, whose hatred for the murdered King's Commissioner, has marked him out as a prime suspect.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0620120910

Shardlake questions the prime suspect and learns hard truths about Cromwell's methods.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake interrogates Brother Jerome, whose hatred for the murdered King's Commissioner, has marked him out as a prime suspect.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Shardlake questions the prime suspect and learns hard truths about Cromwell's methods.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake interrogates Brother Jerome, whose hatred for the murdered King's Commissioner, has marked him out as a prime suspect.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD072012091120170711 (BBC7)

The identity of the third victim leads Shardlake to a new understanding of the case.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. The search for a murder weapon has led to the discovery of a third body. When the victim is identified, Shardlake realises that the case is even more complicated than he had realised.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. The search for a murder weapon has led to the discovery of a third body. When the victim is identified, Shardlake realises that the case is even more complicated than he had realised.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0720120911

The identity of the third victim leads Shardlake to a new understanding of the case.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. The search for a murder weapon has led to the discovery of a third body. When the victim is identified, Shardlake realises that the case is even more complicated than he had realised.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

The identity of the third victim leads Shardlake to a new understanding of the case.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Winter, 1537, the South Kent Coast. The search for a murder weapon has led to the discovery of a third body. When the victim is identified, Shardlake realises that the case is even more complicated than he had realised.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD082012091220170712 (BBC7)

An impatient Lord Cromwell questions Shardlake on the slow progress of his investigation.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor murder mystery, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake leaves Scarnsea for London, hoping that a contact in the Tower Armoury can identify the markings on the weapon used to kill Commissioner Singleton. While there, he is summoned to Westminster and questioned closely about the progress of his investigation by an impatient Thomas Cromwell.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor murder mystery, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake leaves Scarnsea for London, hoping that a contact in the Tower Armoury can identify the markings on the weapon used to kill Commissioner Singleton. While there, he is summoned to Westminster and questioned closely about the progress of his investigation by an impatient Thomas Cromwell.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD0820120912

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor murder mystery, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake leaves Scarnsea for London, hoping that a contact in the Tower Armoury can identify the markings on the weapon used to kill Commissioner Singleton. While there, he is summoned to Westminster and questioned closely about the progress of his investigation by an impatient Thomas Cromwell.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

An impatient Lord Cromwell questions Shardlake on the slow progress of his investigation.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor murder mystery, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake leaves Scarnsea for London, hoping that a contact in the Tower Armoury can identify the markings on the weapon used to kill Commissioner Singleton. While there, he is summoned to Westminster and questioned closely about the progress of his investigation by an impatient Thomas Cromwell.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

An impatient Lord Cromwell questions Shardlake on the slow progress of his investigation.

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Shardlake rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake makes a shocking discovery and rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Shardlake rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake makes a shocking discovery and rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD092012091320170713 (BBC7)

Shardlake rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Shardlake makes a shocking discovery and rushes back to Scarnsea monastery, ready to confront the murderer.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

15MD10 LAST2012091420170714 (BBC7)

Abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Betrayed and abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden, Novice Whelplay and Brother Gabriel.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the triple murderer.

15MD10 LAST20120914

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Betrayed and abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden, Novice Whelplay and Brother Gabriel.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden.

C. J. Sansom's bestselling Tudor crime novel, adapted for radio by Colin MacDonald.

Betrayed and abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden, Novice Whelplay and Brother Gabriel.

Produced and directed by Kirsteen Cameron.

Abandoned by Mark, Shardlake must act alone to catch the killer of Orphan Stonegarden.

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20120916 (BBC7)

It's 1537 and Matthew Shardlake is investigating murder at the monastery.

CJ Sansom's Tudor mystery. It's 1537 and Matthew Shardlake is investigating murder at the monastery. Stars Jason Watkins.

OMNI02 LAST20120915 (BBC7)
20120916 (BBC7)

It's 1537 and Matthew Shardlake is investigating murder at the monastery.

CJ Sansom's Tudor mystery. It's 1537 and Matthew Shardlake is investigating murder at the monastery. Stars Jason Watkins.