John Moffat stars as the great Belgian detective Hercule Poirot in seven more BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations.
‘Evil Under the Sun’: on holiday in Devon, Poirot becomes embroiled in the murder of a glamorous American starlet.
‘Sad Cypress’: a poison pen letter begins a chain of events which is to end in tragedy.
‘Murder in Mesopotamia’: when death occurs at an archaeological site in the Iraqi desert, Poirot is on hand to dig for clues.
‘Lord Edgware Dies’: Lord Edgware is found brutally stabbed, his wife the prime suspect. But did she murder him?
‘Hallowe’en Party’: the sleuth investigates the death of a girl drowned in an apple-bobbing tub on All Hallows’ Eve.
‘Murder on the Links’: summoned urgently to France, Poirot finds his wealthy client dead. Can he trace the killer?
‘Five Little Pigs’: a bride-to-be hires Poirot to solve a 16-year-old case and prove her mother innocent of murder.
These BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations find Poirot pitting his ‘little grey cells’ against a variety of cunning criminals. Based on Agatha Christie’s original novels, these superb adaptations feature a host of distinguished actors including Iain Glen, Fiona Fullerton, Stephanie Cole and Stephen Tompkinson.