A Pocket Full Of Rye

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By Agatha Christie. A nursery rhyme appears to be the key in a series of gruesome murders. With June Whitfield and David Waring.

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By Agatha Christie. A nursery rhyme appears to be the key in a series of gruesome murders. With June Whitfield and David Waring.

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By: Agatha Christie

Starring: June Whitfield/Nicky Henson/Derek Waring.

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Producer: E.

WILLIAMS

Description

Agatha Christie murder mystery.

A children's nursery rhyme appears to hold the clues to a series of gruesome murders.

Subject Categories

detective drama programmes (genre)

whodunnits (crime drama programmes) (genre)

Broadcast history

11 Feb 1995 14:30-16:00 (RADIO 4)

06 Apr 1996 19:50-21:20 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

June Whitfield (Actor)

Ian Masters (Actor)

Michael Barnes (Actor)

Margaret John (Actor)

Becky Hindley (Actor)

Natasha Pyne (Actor)

Derek Waring (Actor)

Don Mccorkindale (Actor)

Nicky Henson (Actor)

George Parsons (Actor)

Jilly Bond (Actor)

Deborah Berlin (Actor)

Peter Yapp (Actor)

Charlotte Mitchell (Actor)

Joshua Towb (Actor)

Kristin Milward (Actor)

Margaret Ward (Actor)

Oliver Senton (Actor)

Annabel Mullion (Actor)

Claira Mackie (Actor)

Clare Heyhoe (Actor)

Michael Bakewell (adap)

Agatha Christie (Author)

Enyd Williams (Producer)

Recorded on 1994-10-17.

June Whitfield as Miss Jane Marple, dramatised by Michael Bakewell and directed by Enyd Williams.

Featuring Nicky Henson as Inspector Neele, and Derek Waring as Rex Fortescue.

Wealthy financier Rex Fortescue is found dead with rye grain in his pocket followed in quick succession by a woman dying while eating bread and honey and a maid killed in her garden.

Jane Marple senses the murderer is dispatching his victims on the basis of a children's nursery rhyme and finds herself enrneshed in one of the strangest cases of her life.

A nursery rhyme appears to be the key in a series of gruesome murders.

With June Whitfield and David Waring.

By Agatha Christie.