In The Chair

It's time for a brand new investigation for George Cragge, BBC correspondent extraordinaire.

A six-part comedy thriller by Mark Tavener, starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as DCI Frank Jefferson, and Hugh Laurie as the prime minister.

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Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all.

From June 1998.

Comedy thriller with Michael Williams.

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It's time for a brand new investigation for George Cragge, BBC correspondent extraordinaire.

A six-part comedy thriller by Mark Tavener, starring Michael Williams as George Cragge, Barry Foster as DCI Frank Jefferson, and Hugh Laurie as the prime minister.Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. Mark Tavener's comic thriller with Michael Williams. From June 1998.

Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. From June 1998.

Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short. Mark Tavener's comic thriller with Michael Williams. From June 1998.

Maverick reporter George Cragge's retirement is cut short.

Maverick BBC reporter George Cragge's retirement is suddenly cut short.

Maverick correspondent George Cragge is at last retiring from the BBC.

But his retirement is cut short when he finds out that a serial killer is murdering LONDON dentists.

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Maverick BBC hack George Cragge probes New Labour links to the murders. From June 1998.

Maverick BBC hack George Cragge probes New Labour links to the murders. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From June 1998.

Maverick BBC hack George Cragge probes New Labour links to the murders.

A fourth dentist has been murdered and BBC Crime Correspondent George Cragge is on the case.

George Cragge's theory that there is a connection between the murders and New Labour policy seems to be gaining credibility.

Our intrepid journalist George Cragg investigates the murder of four dentists.

Oh, and he's ably assisted by Detective Jefferson.

Our intrepid journalist George Cragge investigates the murder of 4 dentists.

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Hack George Cragge's murder trail widens, as the BBC Chairman blunders.

Comedy thriller with Michael Williams.

From June 1998.

Is a government minister responsible for the murders? BBC Crime Correspondent George Cragge thinks so.

A fourth dentist has been murdered and BBC Crime Correspondent George Cragge is on the case.

Intrepid reporter George Crabbe is on the trail of the murderer.

The BBC Chairman decides to give a live speech on radio.

George Cragge becomes convinced that the minister for information has something to hide.

Intrepid reporter George Cragge is on the trail of the murderer.

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Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From June 1998.

Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all.

George Cragge believes that Marcia is the killer.

Will Charles Prentiss succeed in scuppering his main rival's bid for the job of director-general? The serial murderer is widens the circle of his or her activities, and no-one seems to be any closer to discovering the killer's identity..

George Cragge thinks that an unrelated murder might be connected after all.

Hack George Cragge thinks an unrelated murder may be connected after all. From June 1998.

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A Jobcentre murder makes hack George Cragge more uncertain of New Labour.

A Jobcentre murder makes hack George Cragge more uncertain of New Labour. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From July 1998.

The news is dominated by high political drama but the serial killer strikes again.

George Cragge investigates.

Charles still hasn't given up on becoming the next Director General.

After the murder of a Job Centre manager, links between the serial killings and New Labour appear stronger than ever.

Charles still hasn't given up on becoming the next Director General and Max is still reporting on the cricket.

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Hack George Cragge unmasks the killer, and the BBC gets a new chief.

Hack George Cragge unmasks the killer, and the BBC gets a new chief. Comedy thriller with Michael Williams. From July 1998.

The murderer is finally revealed, but not before George reads an Agatha Christie.

George Cragge is certain he knows the killer's identity.

Meanwhile, who will be the BBC's next director-general?