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Publisher's Summary

Paul Temple lives again in these five complete radio dramas starring Crawford Logan as Paul and Gerda Stephenson as his redoubtable wife, Steve.

Each of these productions was made for BBC Radio 4 in an authentic 1950s-style studio conditions and based on the scripts of the original radio serials.

The stories are:

  • Paul Temple and the Sullivan Mystery (2006)
  • Paul Temple and the Madison Mystery (2008)
  • Paul Temple and Steve (2010)
  • A Case for Paul Temple (2011)
  • Paul Temple and the Gregory Affair (2013)

©2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd. (P)2017 BBC Worldwide Ltd.

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  • Richard Evans
  • 10-05-17

By Timothy Steve!

Another Great collection of Paul Temple, Steve, Charlie & Sir Graham!
Ok, yes they are new remakes of the originals. However they have all the feel of the Golden Days of Crime Radio.
This is a must for any Paul Temple Fan! Or anyone who just wants to hear a "Proper" crime thriller!

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  • terry gray
  • 12-12-17

Very good<br />

I really enjoyed this book.
Story was good and i found it very enjoyablewould recomend.

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  • RoxyR
  • 12-10-17

Enjoyable, However....

This version of Paul Temple seems harsher and more bullying than of old, at least in the first 3 stories. In the remake of The Gregory Affair, the actor's approach to Paul Temple matches the original and he's much more charming and not quite as condescending. This may be down to differences in the scripts rather than differences in performance, but it made the first 3 stories much harder to listen to.