Paul Temple swings into the '60s with five complete radio dramas featuring the writer-cum-amateur detective and his wife, Steve, plus bonus archive material. Between 1938 and 1968, Paul and Steve's exploits enthralled generations of radio listeners around the world. Here, presented in chronological order, are 'The Gilbert Case' (1960 remake), 'The Margo Mystery' (1961), 'The Jonathan Mystery' (1963 remake), 'The Geneva Mystery' (1965) and 'The Alex Affair' (1968). This set also includes the bonus radio feature 'Peter Coke and the Paul Temple Affair'.
Duration: 17 and a half hours approx.
©1960-1968 Francis Durbridge (P)2017 BBC Digital Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By linda on 24-03-17


I love all the Paul Temple plays the are so wonderfully nostalgic. Wonderful acting Peter Coke and Marjorie Westbury were fabulous such chemistry between them. The stories are great I have listened over and over again.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Sojourneruk on 09-07-17


If you could sum up Paul Temple: The Complete Radio Collection: Volume Three in three words, what would they be?

Old fashioned brilliance

What was one of the most memorable moments of Paul Temple: The Complete Radio Collection: Volume Three?

Loved all

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Loved all

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Suspend modernity

Any additional comments?

Love these politically incorrect dramas. I find them comforting and ignore the sexist and class bias lol. They are a product of their time and whilst I feel for the butlers. I listen over and over my memory so poor I rarely remember who the killer is.

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4 out of 5 stars
By L. Wittke on 11-06-17

Good entertainment value "if"

If you are a mystery junkie like me, and are willing to overlook some highly dubious (and sometimes repetitive) plot lines for the joy of a glimpse of British life that probably never existed. Pure escapism and quite violent, both of the main characters scarcely flinch as bodies drop all around them. Still you get 8 seasons of classic BBC radio, quite a bargain for the cost of one book!

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