4 Extra Debut. Number 6 has escaped from The Village and finds his car and house are now owned by author Kate Butterworth. Stars Mark Elstob.
After escaping from the Village, Number 6 discovers his car and house are now owned by author Kate Butterworth...
The original 17-episode TV series of The Prisoner created intrigue and controversy in equal measure when it first aired in the UK in 1967.
In a taut psychological spy thriller the main character, dehumanised as ‘Number 6’, has committed no crime, save for having resigned from some unspecified branch of the British Secret Service. His prison was a heavily guarded coastal village.
Under constant surveillance, Number 6 can trust no-one and relentlessly works to establish who his captors are. As the audio re-imagining continues, we discover more about the enigma of the personal life of Number 6...
Mark Elstob stars as Number 6, with Lucy Briggs-Owen as Kate Butterworth, Susan Earnshaw as Brenda, Helen Goldwyn as the Barmaid, Jim Barclay as Control, Barnaby Edwards as Danvers and John Heffernan as Thorpe.
Music - Jamie Robertson
Script Editor - Jamie Anderson.
Written and directed by Nicholas Briggs.
A Big Finish Production - based on the classic ITV series.
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