Not Rated | | Crime, Mystery
BBC Radio's 20 Questions receives anonymous clues that connect to a series of murders. Reporters try and break the code before more deaths come to pass.
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese was (and remains) a genuine Fleet Street pub frequented by journalists, with a notable pedigree of literary figures said to have been regular drinkers. Ironically there is some dispute over whether or not Dr Samuel Johnson was actually one of them, so it may not have been "his headquarters" as Bob suggests at all.
He was English, and to an Indian all are alike. They are big, their faces are red, and they smell of whisky.
The "Daily Record" detailing Sir Geoffrey Sykes' garrotting has a masthead date which appears to be Monday 28 November; however the copy of the "Evening Echo" carrying Mary's story later on the same day clearly shows the date to be Friday 19th August 1949. Additionally, both newspapers share identical columns (eg "R.A.F. 'At Home'" and "More pay for Miners").
Opening credits: All characters appearing in this film are entirely fictitious and are not intended to represent or portray any person whether living or dead, except the "Twenty Questions Team" who appear in person.
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