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Summary

Eighteen BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations featuring Raffles, the 'gentleman thief'.

Jeremy Clyde stars as the cricket playing A. J. Raffles, with Michael Cochrane as his jeweller sidekick, Bunny. Together they embark upon a series of well-planned crimes against the highest of society.

Based on the stories by E W Hornung, the episodes in this collection are:

'The Ides of March'

'Gentlemen and Players' 

'A Costume Piece' 

'Nine Points of the Law'

'Wilful Murder' 

'The Chest of Silver' 

'The Rest Cure' 

'The Criminologists' Club' 

'The Field of Philippi' 

'A Bad Night' 

'A Trap to Catch a Cracksman' 

'The Gift of the Emperor' 

'No Sinecure' 

'To Catch a Thief' 

'An Old Flame' 

'The Raffles Relics' 

'The Knees of the Gods' 

'The Last Word' 

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Jolly entertaining antidote to Sherlock Holmes

Raffles the gentleman thief and his friend Bunny Manders get into a series of tight scrapes and always come out better off. Really enjoyed this and the performance is really good.