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Assassins and Hit-men - Radio Plays

We don't often meet with these guys today, luckily...but they are still around. When there are multi-million pound contracts in the offing, businessmen sometimes go missing. And in earlier centuries, it was more blatant - as the story of Thomas Becket illustrates...

The plays:
1992 Assassins, by Peter Roberts
1989 The Hit Man, by J.C.W.Brook
2002 Enemy in my mouth, by Mike Walker
2003 Oswald in Russia, by Graham White


NOTES

OSWALD IN RUSSIA....2003
This play is about the young Lee Harvey Oswald; possibly the most famous assassin in history, if we could count the heads of those able to recognise the name. 21 Nov 03, Friday play.

ENEMY IN MY MOUTH....2002
A British sniper has to assassinate his opposite number...set in the Spanish Civil War.

Assassins....1992
Produced at Pebble Mill by Nigel Bryant. (The Monday Play) The story of what happened to the three knights that murdered Thomas Becket as they sought redemption.

THE HITMAN....1989
15 Aug 89: A tale about a hitman hired to dispose of an unwanted wife. It has a welcome twist.

Nigel Deacon / Diversity website

Above plays known to exist in VRPCC collections

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