In The Red

A blackly humorous murder mystery.

The story revolves around a series of bizarre London murders - all the victims are bank managers and all are murdered through ingenious uses.

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19950105]

Michael Williams, Stephen Fry , Stephen Moore and Barry Foster star in a blackly humorous murder mystery set in the world of City finance, the BBC and political parties.

The series is dramatised in seven-parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Tavener's novel.

Hot on the trail of the murderer after a series of bizarre London murders are an old-style Chief Inspector and BBC Radio's crime correspondent

George Cragge.

Music by Tony McAnaney Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950105]

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: Stephen Moore

Unknown: Barry Foster

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Unknown: Peter Baynham

Unknown: George Cragge.

Music By: Tony McAnaney

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Dominic De'ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950112]

The second instalment of a blackly humorous murder mystery dramatised in seven parts by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham from Tavener's novel. The story revolves around a series of bizarre London murders - all the victims are bank managers and all are murdered through ingenious uses of il coins. With Annabel Mullion, David Antrobus. Jonathan Keeble and Derek Waring Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950112]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Unknown: Peter Baynham

Unknown: David Antrobus.

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble

Unknown: Derek Waring

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry JULIAN: Rhind Tutt

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Dominic De'ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Auntie Agony: Eva Stuart

Andrew James: Peter Seranfinowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Caroline: Susie Brann

Jemma: Allce Arnold

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950119]

Continuing the humorous murder mystery dramatised from Mark Tavener 's novel. In Broadcasting House the Controllers are counting on divine intervention to topple the Director General. Other parts played by Oliver Senton. Dramatised by Mark Tavener and Peter Baynham , Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950119]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Played By: Oliver Senton.

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Music By: Paul Mottram.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Dominic De'ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Aunty Agony: Eva Stuart

Andrew James: Peter Serafinowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Jemma: Alice Arnold

O swaldI: Simon Greenall

Chairman/Bank manager: Peter Yapp

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950126]

Continuing the humorous murder mystery from MarkTavener's novel.

4: After being the first on the scene of a minister's murder in the House of Commons, crime correspondent George Cragge finds himself at the top of every national news bulletin. with Jonathan Keeble , Don McCorkindale and Annabel Mullion. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950126]

Unknown: George Cragge

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble

Unknown: Don McCorkindale

Unknown: Annabel Mullion

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Music By: Paul Mottram.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Laetitia: Victoria Carling

Dominic De'Ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Andrew James: Peter Serafinowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Caroline (Editor): Susie Brann

Jemma: Alice Arnold

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950202]

Continuing the humorous murder mystery dramatised from Mark Tavener 's novel. 5: The Talbotting by-election is imminent and the scene is set for a historic Reform Party victory. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950202]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Music By: Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhindtutt

Dominic De'Ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Auntie Agony: Eva Stuart

Andrew James: Peter Serafinowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Controller BBC 1: Ian McNiece

Caroline (Editor): Susie Brann

Laetitia: Victoria Carling

PA Woman: Annabel Mullion

Home Secretary: Peter Yapp

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950209]

Continuing the humorous murder mystery from MarkTavener's novel.

6: Operation "Bring down the Director-General by transmitting the most offensive programme in BBC history" is put into action by the controllers. With Geoffrey Whitehead , Jane Slavin , Eva Stuart. Gavin Muir. Annabel Mullion , Richard Turner and Tim Hope (guitar). Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950209]

Unknown: Geoffrey Whitehead

Unknown: Jane Slavin

Unknown: Eva Stuart.

Unknown: Gavin Muir.

Unknown: Annabel Mullion

Unknown: Richard Turner

Guitar: Tim Hope

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Music By: Paul Mottram.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Dominic De'Ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Andrew James: Peter Seraanowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Controller BBC1: Ian McNiece

Laetitia: Victoria Carling

Jemma: Alice Arnold

Defence: Alice Arnold

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950216]

Final part of the humorous murder mystery dramatised from Mark Tavener 's novel. Despite having a suspect, evidence and one of the Met's best DCls on the trail, the hunt for the bank manager murderer continues. But it's not just in the City that heads are rolling - the Director-General of the BBC is forced to resign. Other parts played by Paul Shearer and Tim Hope. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950216]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Played By: Paul Shearer

Played By: Tim Hope.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Music By: Paul Mottram

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhino Tutt

Dominic De'Ath: Benjamin Whitrow

Andrew James: Peter Serafinowicz

Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Controller BBC 1: Ian McNiece

Laetitia: Victoria Carling

Jemma: Alice Arnold

Carstairs: Geoffrey Holland

Caroline: Susie Brann

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950626]

The first of a seven-part dramatisation of the novel by Mark Tavener about a series of bizarre murders. with Peter Woodthorpe , Stephen Fry and Benjamin Whitrow. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Tony McAnaney. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950626]

Novel By: Mark Tavener

Unknown: Peter Woodthorpe

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Music By: Tony McAnaney.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger Rpt

George Cragge: Michael Williams

Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950703]

Part two of the dramatisation of Mark Tavener 's black comedy about a series of killings involving fl coins. with John Bird , Benjamin Whitrow , Eva Stuart , Peter Serafinowicz , Nicholas Le Prevost , Susie Brann , Alice Arnold. Annabel Mullion , David Antrobus. Jonthan Keeble and Derek Waring. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950703]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Unknown: John Bird

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow

Unknown: Eva Stuart

Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz

Unknown: Nicholas Le Prevost

Unknown: Susie Brann

Unknown: Alice Arnold.

Unknown: Annabel Mullion

Unknown: David Antrobus.

Unknown: Jonthan Keeble

Unknown: Derek Waring.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhindtun

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950710]

Part 3 of Mark Tavener 's black comedy. with Benjamin Whitrow. Eva Stuart , Peter Serafinowicz and Nicholas Le Prevost.

Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950710]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow.

Unknown: Eva Stuart

Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz

Unknown: Nicholas Le Prevost.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger Rpt

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Max: Peter W00dth0rpe

Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry

Controller Radio 4: John Bird

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950717]

The fourth instalment of the blackly humorous murder mystery from the novel by Mark Tavener. with Victoria Carling , Benjamin Whitrow , Peter Serafinowicz , Nicholas Le Prevost , Stephen Fry , John Bird , Susie Brann , Alice Arnold , Jonathan Keeble , Don McCorkindale and Annabel Mullion. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950717]

Novel By: Mark Tavener.

Unknown: Victoria Carling

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow

Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz

Unknown: Nicholas Le Prevost

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: John Bird

Unknown: Susie Brann

Unknown: Alice Arnold

Unknown: Jonathan Keeble

Unknown: Don McCorkindale

Unknown: Annabel Mullion

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener

Producer: Paul Schlesinger Rpt

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhindtutt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950724]

A seven-part dramatisation of Mark Tavener 's blackly humorous murder mystery. Part 5. with Benjamin Whitrow , Eva Stuart. Peter Serafinowicz. Nicholas Le Prevost. Stephen Fry , John Bird , Ian McNeice , Susie Brann , Victoria Carling , Annabel Mullion and Peter Yapp. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950724]

Unknown: Mark Tavener

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow

Unknown: Eva Stuart.

Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz.

Unknown: Nicholas Le Prevost.

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: John Bird

Unknown: Ian McNeice

Unknown: Susie Brann

Unknown: Victoria Carling

Unknown: Annabel Mullion

Unknown: Peter Yapp.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.

Producer: Paul Schlesinger

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthdrpe

Geoffrey Crichton-Potter: Stephen Moore

Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950731]

Part six of the black comedy from the novel by Mark Tavener. with Julian Rhind Tut Benjamin Whitrow, Peter Serafinowicz, Nicholas Le Prevost, Stephen Fry, John Bird, Ian McNeice, Victoria Carling, Alice Arnold, Geoffrey Whitehead, Jane Slavin, Eva Stuart, Gavin Muir, Annabel Mullion, Richard Turner and Tim Hope. Music by Paul Mottram. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950731]

Novel By: Mark Tavener.

Unknown: Julian Rhind

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

George Cragge: Michael Williams

DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster

Max: Peter Woodthorpe

Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950807]

Final instalment of the murder mystery from the novel by Mark Tavener. with Julian Rhind Tutt. Benjamin Whitrow , Peter Serafinowicz , Nicholas Le Prevost , Stephen Fry , John Bird , Ian McNeice , Victoria Carling , Alice Arnold , Geoffrey Holland , Susie Brann. Paul Shearer and Tim Hope (guitar) Music by Paul Mottram. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950807]

Novel By: Mark Tavener.

Unknown: Julian Rhind Tutt.

Unknown: Benjamin Whitrow

Unknown: Peter Serafinowicz

Unknown: Nicholas Le Prevost

Unknown: Stephen Fry

Unknown: John Bird

Unknown: Ian McNeice

Unknown: Victoria Carling

Unknown: Alice Arnold

Unknown: Geoffrey Holland

Unknown: Susie Brann.

Unknown: Paul Shearer

Guitar: Tim Hope

Music By: Paul Mottram.

Dramatised By: Peter Baynham

Dramatised By: Mark Tavener

Producer: Paul Schlesinger Rpt

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London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders, all the victims are bank managers and the murder weapon is a pound coin.

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A blackly humorous murder mystery.

The story revolves around a series of bizarre London murders - all the victims are bank managers and all are murdered through ingenious uses.Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers. Mark Tavener's comedy-thriller with Michael Williams.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers.

Mark Tavener's comedy-thriller with Michael Williams.

Bank managers are being murdered through the ingenious use of one pound coins, but BBC Crime Correspondent George Cragge is on the case.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders, all the victims are bank managers and the murder weapon is a pound coin.

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A blackly humorous murder mystery.

The story revolves around a series of bizarre London murders - all the victims are bank managers and all are murdered through ingenious uses.Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers. Mark Tavener's comedy-thriller with Michael Williams.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge hunts a murderer of bank managers.

Mark Tavener's comedy-thriller with Michael Williams.

Bank managers are being murdered through the ingenious use of one pound coins, but BBC Crime Correspondent George Cragge is on the case.

London is plagued by a series of bizarre murders, all the victims are bank managers and the murder weapon is a pound coin.

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Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time? Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

Can George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time?

Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time? Stars Michael Williams.

The murderer has taken George into his confidence.

Cragge has been dragged into a disciplinary hearing - can he keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time?

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Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time? Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

Can George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time?

Can anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time? Stars Michael Williams.

The murderer has taken George into his confidence.

Cragge has been dragged into a disciplinary hearing - can he keep his job and get nearer to the murderer at the same time?

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Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager. Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

George Cragge investigates another mysterious murder of a London bank manager.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge investigates another mysterious murder of a London bank manager.

Stars Michael Williams.

Another mysterious death is contrived by London's now notorious Bank Manager murderer.

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Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge probes the murder of another London bank manager. Stars Michael Williams. From January 1995.

George Cragge investigates another mysterious murder of a London bank manager.

Anarchic BBC reporter George Cragge investigates another mysterious murder of a London bank manager.

Stars Michael Williams.

Another mysterious death is contrived by London's now notorious Bank Manager murderer.

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Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker. Stars Michael Williams.

George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.

Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker.

Stars Michael Williams.

While George avoids his disciplinary hearing by going to the House of Lords bar, the busker is still singing his anarchic songs.

Crime correspondent George Cragge finds himself at the top of every news bulletin, and the plot to undo the BBC Director General gathers momentum.

George Cragge finds himself at the top of every news bulletin, and the plot to undo the BBC Director General gathers momentum.

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Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker. Stars Michael Williams.

George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows.

Reporter George Cragge grabs headlines, as the plot to overthrow the BBC Director General grows darker.

Stars Michael Williams.

While George avoids his disciplinary hearing by going to the House of Lords bar, the busker is still singing his anarchic songs.

Crime correspondent George Cragge finds himself at the top of every news bulletin, and the plot to undo the BBC Director General gathers momentum.

George Cragge finds himself at the top of every news bulletin, and the plot to undo the BBC Director General gathers momentum.

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A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George is on the case. Stars Michael Williams.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George is on the case.

Stars Michael Williams.

The radio controller's plot to undermine the BBC's Director General leads to a lunch of epicurean proportions.

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A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George is on the case. Stars Michael Williams.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but George is on the case.

A crucial by-election result is due, as the murders continue - but reporter George is on the case.

Stars Michael Williams.

The radio controller's plot to undermine the BBC's Director General leads to a lunch of epicurean proportions.

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Reporter George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General. Stars Michael Williams

George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

Reporter George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

Stars Michael Williams.

The Controllers begin Operation 'Bring down the Director General' by transmitting the most offensive programme in BBC history.

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Reporter George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General. Stars Michael Williams

George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

Reporter George is due in court - and BBC controllers keep on plotting to axe the Director General.

Stars Michael Williams.

The Controllers begin Operation 'Bring down the Director General' by transmitting the most offensive programme in BBC history.

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Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer. Stars Michael Williams

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer.

Stars Michael Williams.

The Director General of the BBC is forced to resign after Songs of Praise is replaced with hardcore pornography.

Meanwhile, two radio bigwigs hatch plans - and George is close to the killer.

The Director General of the BBC resigns.

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Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer. Stars Michael Williams

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, and George gets closer to nailing the serial killer.

Plotting at the BBC reaches a climax, while reporter George edges closer to nailing the serial killer.

Stars Michael Williams.

The Director General of the BBC is forced to resign after Songs of Praise is replaced with hardcore pornography.

Meanwhile, two radio bigwigs hatch plans - and George is close to the killer.

The Director General of the BBC resigns.