|01||01||The Ides Of March||19851020||20121128 (BBC7)|
Bunny Manders makes his first acquaintance with the amateur cracksman and cricketer.
Bunny is desperately in need of some ready cash to repay a gambling debt.
His old schoolfellow, the celebrated English cricketer A.
Raffles, knows just the person to help a fellow out.
He's a jeweller in Bond Street - and funnily enough, Raffles had planned to pay him a surprise visit that very night.
|01||04||Nine Points Of Law||19851110||20121203 (BBC7)|
Bunny is forced to extemporise when the theft of a valuable painting seems to go wrong.
An advertisement in a daily paper offers £2,000 reward for anyone qualified to undertake a `delicate mission' and prepared to run a certain risk.
This proves more than sufficient bait for those intrepid risk-takers Raffles and Bunny - even though the mission turns out to bee not entirely legal...
|01||05||Wilful Murder||19851117||20121204 (BBC7)|
The gentleman thief wants to try a different crime - to do away with a pawnbroker.
Such is the nature of Raffles professional life that he is often required to work at night.
So it is no surprise to Bunny when Raffles announces he has plans for the evening ahead.
The surprise - and the horror - comes when Raffles calmly declares he is planning to commit murder...
|01||06 LAST||The Chest Of Silver||19851124||20121205 (BBC7)|
The gentleman thief shows his accomplice how an inside job at a bank is really done.
With Inspector MacKenzie's suspicions about Raffles professional life growing, A.
decides the time has now come to visit Scotland.
But Bunny is not to go with him: he has the responsibility of guarding Raffles illegally acquired silver plate.