by Agatha Christie
Dramatised by Joy Wilkinson
1. Ex-policeman Luke Fitzwilliam doesn't believe little old Miss Pinkerton when she tells him that she's off to Scotland Yard to report a serial killer on the loose in her quiet English village. But he's soon forced to reconsider.
Luke ..... Patrick Baladi
Bridget ..... Lydia Leonard
Lord Whitfield ..... Michael Cochrane
Miss Waynflete ..... Marcia Warren
Miss Pinkerton ..... Marlene Sidaway
Billy Bones/Rivers ..... Patrick Brennan
Reverend Wake ..... Thomas Wheatley
Rose ..... Lizzy Watts
Abbott ..... Paul Stonehouse
Ellsworthy ..... Ben Crowe
Dr Thomas ..... Will Howard
Major Horton ..... Robert Blythe
Technical presentation was by Anne Bunting and Robin Warren
Directed by Mary Peate
Murder is Easy is another of Joy Wilkinson's fresh new dramatisations of Agatha Christie novels for Radio Four. Previously she has adapted Crooked House, Endless Night, Towards Zero, And Then There Were None and Sparkling Cyanide.
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