Sunday-Night Play Season Four
Sunday-Night Play Season Four
First Air Date: September 30, 1962
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4x51 The Affair (September 15, 1963)
A young fellow of a Cambridge college is accused of fraud and dismissed. Based on the eighth novel in C.P. Snow's "Strangers and Brothers" series.
4x50 Two by the Sea #2: Wedding Bells (September 08, 1963)
4x49 Two by the Sea #1: See the Pretty Lights (September 08, 1963)
4x48 Plain Jane (September 01, 1963)
4x47 The Greevey Column (August 25, 1963)
4x46 Pig in the Middle (August 18, 1963)
4x45 Night Express (August 11, 1963)
4x44 The Sponge Room (August 04, 1963)
4x43 The Joker (July 28, 1963)
4x42 The Shadow of Mart (July 21, 1963)
About the foolish and lost Gabriel who lives entirely in the shadow of his brother, the brave soldier Mart who died in the war and is continuously immortalised by the dominant mother.
4x41 Take the Plunge (July 14, 1963)
Douglas has fallen in love with an American girl and is perturbed to find, at the same time, that he really must get a job at last.
4x40 You Can't Throw Your Mates (July 07, 1963)
4x39 She's a Free Country (June 30, 1963)
4x38 Dial Rix #7: Skin Deep (June 23, 1963)
4x37 The Full Chatter (June 16, 1963)
An eccentric teacher dreams of finding fame as a novelist; but everything in his life seems to conspire against him.
4x36 Trial Run (June 09, 1963)
4x35 So Long Charlie (June 02, 1963)
4x34 How to Get Rid of Your Wife (May 26, 1963)
Mild-mannered and unassuming, Gerald Swinney has had enough of his nagging, domineering wife. So he resolves, not to kill her, but simply to "get rid" of her.
4x33 The Fly Sham (May 19, 1963)
4x32 I'm Not Stopping (May 12, 1963)
4x31 A Right Crusader (May 05, 1963)
4x30 A Deadly Hush (April 28, 1963)
4x29 A Little Bit of Gold Said 'Jump' (April 21, 1963)
4x28 The Holly Road Rig (April 14, 1963)
4x27 Just You Wait (April 07, 1963)
4x26 The Big Donkey (March 31, 1963)
4x25 Too Late for Mashed Potato (March 24, 1963)
4x24 For Tea on Sunday (March 17, 1963)
Three girls sharing living accommodation invite their boyfriends for tea on Sunday. One of the young men arrives carrying an ax over his shoulder.
4x23 Continuity Man (March 10, 1963)
Don and Roz, a very trendy couple, are expecting a Hollywood film actress as their dinner guest, but find they also have to look after Don's very eccentric and contrary father.
4x22 June Fall (March 03, 1963)
Two lonely, unbeautiful people are brought together by a dating agency, and, against all odds, find love.
4x21 The Prisoner (February 24, 1963)
Not to be confused with the 1967 TV series of the same name (also starring Patrick McGoohan), this adaptation of Bridget Boland's 1954 stage play depicts the conflict between a Cardinal (allegedly inspired by real-life Hungarian Cardinal Mindszenty) in an unnamed totalitarian state and the Interrogator who tries to force him into a public abjure of his religious convictions.
4x20 The Fall of Mendel Krick (February 17, 1963)
4x19 The Bergonzi Hand (February 10, 1963)
4x18 The Reward of Silence (February 03, 1963)
4x17 House on Three Floors (January 27, 1963)
4x16 Freya of the Seven Isles (January 20, 1963)
4x15 The Madhouse on Castle Street (January 13, 1963)
A man mysteriously locks himself in a room in a boarding house leaving only a note saying he has decided to "retire from the world". His worried sister and the other boarders then try to discover why.
4x14 The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners (January 06, 1963)
4x13 Parkin's Primitives (December 30, 1962)
4x12 The Canterville Ghost (December 23, 1962)
The ghost of Sir Simon De Canterville has terrified visitors to his family home for centuries - but when a family of Americans rent the place, he's the one who's terrified.
4x11 Something to Hide (December 16, 1962)
4x10 Behind the Line (December 09, 1962)
4x09 The Sudden Silence (December 02, 1962)
4x08 Libel on a Liar (November 25, 1962)
4x07 The Aspern Papers (November 18, 1962)
A publisher insinuates himself into the mouldering mansion of the centenarian lover of a renowned but long-dead poet in order to find his lost love letter.
4x06 Ruth (November 11, 1962)
4x05 The Big Eat (October 28, 1962)
An eating contest is staged for a new TV show - with fatal results.
4x04 A Suitable Case for Treatment (October 21, 1962)
Heavy-drinking Marxist writer Morgan Delt must hold on to his sanity whilst trying to resolve his marital problems.