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5.0 out of 5 starsAnother great characterisation by John Moffatt...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 15, 2012
This radio production was originally broadcast in 2006 and has John Moffatt as M. Poirot and Julia McKenzie as Ariadne Oliver in a lesser known story as far as I am concerned. This makes for a perfect duo as whenever these 2 characters get together you know there will be red herrings and fun as Ariadne is larger than life. The music composed by Tom Small adds to the overall atmosphere. I was also very pleased to hear a favourite of mine, Alexandra Bastedo playing the role of Zelie and Agatha Christie regular Jill Balcon playing Mrs Rosentelle. The dramatisation is by Michael Bakewell and the play directed by Enyd Williams. The running time of approx 90 minutes allows for a full development of the story and characters and is well worth adding to your collection.
4.0 out of 5 starsRemember the Elephants have all the clues.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 17, 2014
I'm not too keen on dramatisations of Agatha Christie's books, much prefer the unabridged audio book, however, this worked quite well. Having bought the audio book to find it flawed and unlistenable (if that's a word) I couldn't wait to hear this story out in any form (not many I haven't read or heard now) and, although a bit short, the story came through well enough. I've since read the book and filled in the gaps, but, as a first introduction to this story, this dramatisation isn't bad.