CTVA UK - "Public Eye" (ABC/Thames/ITV) (1965-75) starring Alfred Burke

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Public Eye (1965-75)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Dinosaur TV - Save Our Forgotten British Heritage (David Moore)
references:
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PUBLIC EYE
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 ABC Weekend Television (before July 1968) (41 episodes - all bw)
Thames Television (after July 1968) (47 episodes - mainly color)
for the ITV network
Created by Roger Marshall and Anthony Marriott
Executive Producers: Lloyd Shirley (1969-73) / Robert Love (1975)
Produced by
Richard Bates (1965-66) / Don Leaver (1965-66) 
Kim Mills (1969) / Michael Chapman (1971 & 1975) / Robert Love (1972-73)

UK Detective Drama series 1965-75   88 episodes x 60 min bw /colour  (7 series) videotape
(this includes one 'Armchair Theatre' play 'Wednesday's Child')(10Nov70)
starring
Alfred Burke as Frank Marker
co-starring
Peter Childs as Ron Gash (season 4,5,7 ?)
Ray Smith as Detective Insp. Firbank (season 6 1972) (Windsor)
Pauline Delany as Helen Mortimer (mainly season 4 1969) (Brighton)
(Frank's Landlady in Brighton)

Directed by:
Dennis Vance, Guy Verney, Jonathan Alwyn, Bill Bain, Douglas Camfield, Patrick Dromgoole  
Robert Knights, Quentin Lawrence, Don Leaver, Robert Tronson  

'Public Eye' theme music composed by Robert Earley  

The first three series of Public Eye were produced by ABC Television,
a company that already had a proud record for realistic drama based on the
excellent "Armchair Theatre" series, and "Public Eye" followed in this
tradition. Marker's world was harsh and uncompromising, a place where pimps,
blackmailers and profiteers could flourish and organised crime was king.
This deeply depressing picture of society was underlined by the use,
initially at least, of distinctly unglamorous settings.

Alfred Burke was 46 when chosen for the role of Marker and was picked
because he DIDN'T look like a private detective.

Public Eye  - opening titles

Public Eye Alfred Burke / Private Detective

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 1 1965 #################
##############################################
ABC Weekend  Television / ITV
Saturdays 9.0 pm
Story Location - London

1.1 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: ALL FOR A COUPLE OF PONIES (does not exist)
23Jan65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London
written by Roger Marshall
cast in order of appearance
Edward Evans ......... Sgt Jarrott
Stanley Walsh ........ Constable Clayton
Christopher Coll ..... Con. Smith
Bernard Goldman ...... Acland
Pauline Munro ........ Valerie Stone
Jack Smethurst ....... Joey Stone
Alfred Burke ......... Frank Marker
Richard Owens ........ Det. Con. Roberts
John Collin .......... Det. Con. Leith
Ernest Clark ......... Inspector Grant
Artro Morriss ........ Williams
Richard Klee ......... Toddy
Julian Strange ....... Sgt. Barnes

1.2 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: NOBODY KILLS SANTA CLAUS
30Jan65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London
written by Roger Marshall
directed by Don Leaver
Marker takes a beating for a client whom he does not even like.

1.3 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THEY GO OFF IN THE END - LIKE FRUIT (does not exist)
6Feb65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.4 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: DIG YOU LATER (does not exist)
13Feb65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.5 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: I WENT TO BORROW A PENCIL AND LOOK WHAT I FOUND (does not exist)
20Feb65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.6 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: BUT THE JONESES NEVER GET LETTERS (does not exist)
27Feb65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.7 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: A HARSH WORLD FOR ZEALOTS (does not exist)
6Mar65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.8 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: AND A VERY FINE FIDDLE HAS HE (does not exist)
13Mar65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.9 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MY LIFE - THAT'S A MARRIAGE  (does not exist)
20Mar65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.10 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: YOU THINK IT'LL BE MARVELLOUS
- BUT IT'S ALWAYS A RABBIT (does not exist)
27Mar65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.11 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: PROTECTION IS A MAN'S BEST FRIEND (does not exist)
3Apr65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.12 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE MORNING WASN'T SO HOT (bw 405 lines)
10Apr65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location -London
written by Roger Marshall
directed by Kim Mills
Marker tries to provide an escape for a young runaway who has been lured into the world of vice, urging
her that if she gets in too far, there will be no escape. She is unmoved by his advice, and ends up in
the clutches of a crime syndicate destined for a life of sex slavery.

1.13 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: YOU SHOULD HEAR ME EAT SOUP (does not exist)
17Apr65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.14 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: YOU HAVE TO DRAW THE LINE SOMEWHERE (does not exist)
24Apr65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

1.15 [--] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HAVE IT ON THE HOUSE (does not exist)
1May65
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
location - London

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 2 1966 ################
##############################################
ABC Television
Saturdays 9.0 pm
Story Location - Birmingham

2.01 [16] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: ALL THE BLACK DRESSES SHE WANTS (does not exist)
2Jul66 ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham )
written by Martin Worth
directed by Kim Mills
Marker leaves his old life in London behind and moves North
for a new place in which to employ his talents - the second city, Birmingham.

2.02 [17] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: DON'T FORGET YOU'RE MINE
9Jul66 ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)
written by Roger Marshall
directed by Kim Mills
Marker's sympathy for a woman whose husband has deserted her have disastrous repercussions. When the man was
located, it transpired that he divorced Marker's client three years previously and she has been victimising him
ever since, so much so that he has had to assume a false name and move house regularly to keep ahead of her.
A horrified Marker, the fourth enquiry agent to follow the same trail, then acts for the husband and his new
wife in trying to keep his former client at bay.

2.03 [18] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: I COULD SET IT TO MUSIC (does not exist)
16Jul66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.04 [19] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IT'S A TERRIBLE WAY TO BE (does not exist)
23Jul66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.05 [20] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: YOU CAN KEEP THE MEDAL (does not exist)
30Jul66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.06 [21] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: YOU'RE NOT CINDERELLA, ARE YOU? (does not exist)
6Aug66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.07 [22] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WORKS WITH CHESS, NOT WITH LIFE
13Aug66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)
written by Roger Marshall
directed by Basil Coleman
Marker is employed by a solicitor to trick a "malingering" woman into giving herself away after she
has tried to sue a hotel for allegedly causing her case of food poisoning.

2.08 [23] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IT HAD TO BE A MOUSE (does not exist)
20Aug66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.09 [24] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: TELL ME ABOUT THE CRAB (does not exist)
27Aug66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.10 [25] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: NO, NO, NOTHING LIKE THAT (does not exist)
3Sep66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.11 [26] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THERE ARE MORE THINGS IN HEAVEN AND EARTH (does not exist)
10Sep66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.12 [27] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: TWENTY POUNDS OF HEART AND MUSCLE (does not exist)
17Sep66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

2.13 [28] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WHAT'S THE MATTER? CAN'T YOU TAKE A SICK JOKE? (does not exist)
24Sep66
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)


################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 3 1968 ################
##############################################
ABC Television
Saturdays 9.0 pm
Story Location - Birmingham

3.01 [29] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IF THIS IS LUCKY, I'D RATHER BE JONAH  (does not exist)
20Jan68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.02 [30] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: BUT WHAT GOOD WILL THE TRUTH DO? (does not exist)
27Jan68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.03 [31] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MEMORIES OF MEG (does not exist)
3Feb68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.04 [32] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HAVE MUD, WILL THROW (does not exist)
10Feb68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.05 [33] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: BUT THEY ALWAYS COME BACK FOR TEA (does not exist)
17Feb68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.06 [34] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MERCURY IN AN OFF-WHIT MAC (does not exist)
24Feb68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.07 [35] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL (does not exist)
2Mar68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.08 [36] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY
- BUT WHO CAN AFFORDTHE PREMIUMS?
(does not exist)
9Mar68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.09 [37] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE BROMSGROVE VENUS
16Mar68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.10 [38] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IT MUST BE THE ARCHITECTURE - CAN'T BE THE CLIMATE
23Mar68 (does not exist)
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.11 [39] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IT'S LEARNING ABOUT LIES THAT HURTS (does not exist)
30Mar68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.12 [40] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THERE'S NO FUTURE IN MONKEY BUSINESS (does not exist)
6Apr68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)

3.13 [41] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: CROSS THAT PALM WHEN WE COME TO IT (bw) (does not exist)
13Apr68
ABC (bw - 405 lines)
(location - Birmingham)
written by Roger Marshall
directed by Peter Duguid
Whilst acting for insurers over some stolen jewellery, Marker inadvertently took the goods back to his office,
was visited by the police and thereupon arrested for receiving stolen property. After pleading guilty to the
charge, he was sentenced to two and a half years imprisonment and committed to Winson Green prison. This episode
showed that, after three series, Marker had finally fallen foul of his own twilight world. After so many close
scrapes, it was inevitable that Marker would eventually make a mistake, and the irony of someone who had always
refused to knowingly break the law being left to carry the can was a fitting end to the first phase of the programme.
(Last of the ABC episodes)

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 4 1969 ################
##############################################
Thames Television
Wednesdays 9.0 pm

ABC merged with Associated-Rediffusion in 1968 to become
Thames Television with the ITV franchise for London weekdays.
All episodes from this point where produced by Thames Television,
Teddington, Middlesex, England. All the Thames episodes still
exist in broadcastable format - PAL 625 line videotape.

4.01 [42] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WELCOME TO BRIGHTON? (colour)
30Jul69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall
Marker is transferred to Ford open prison and works part-time on a building site, on the verge of release on
probation after serving a year of his sentence. Once free, Marker travels to Brighton, a distinctly more idyllic
setting than the urban wastelands he had left behind, but it quickly became obvious that appearances were deceptive.
After only a few hours in Brighton and still disorientated after his time in prison, Marker finds himself persuaded
into a casual liaison with a woman who attempted to steal his wallet once he was rather the worse for drink.
Constantly under scrutiny from now on by both the police and his probation officer, Marker finds that, even when he
is finally allowed to set up again in his old job, clients are few and far between. The use of Brighton as a location
provided an interesting visual contrast to London and Birmingham, but also successfully underlined the point that for
enquiry agents, every place was essentially the same. Crime, corruption and people with all manner of problems were
just as common in this seaside town as they had been in the big cities

4.02 [43] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: DIVIDE AND CONQUER (colour)
6Aug69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall

4.03 [44] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: PAID IN FULL (colour)
13Aug69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall
cast:
Pauline Dealany ......... Helen Mortimer
John Grieve

4.04 [45] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MY LIFE'S MY OWN (colour)
20Aug69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall
cast:
Stephanie Beacham
Katharine Blake

4.05 [46] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: CASE FOR THE DEFENCE (colour)
27Aug69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall
cast:
William Lucas

4.06 [47] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE COMEDIAN'S GRAVEYARD (colour)
3Sep69 Thames
(location -Brighton)
written by Roger Marshall

4.07 [48] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: A FIXED ADDRESS (colour)
(location -Brighton)
10Sep69 Thames
written by Roger Marshall
cast
Pauline Delany
John Grieve
Philip Brack


################ Public Eye ##################
############## single play #################
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x.xx [49] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WEDNESDAY'S CHILD (colour)
10Nov70 Thames
written by Roger Marshall
An 'Armchair Theatre' play

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 5 1971 ################
##############################################
Thames Television
Wednesdays 9.0 pm

5.01 [50] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: A MUG NAMED FRANK (bw - due to strike)
7Jul71
Thames
(location - Brighton)

5.02 [51] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WELL - THERE WAS THIS GIRL, YOU SEE ... (bw - due to strike)
14Jul71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by Philip Broadley
directed by Jim Goddard
Marker's reluctance to act on his client Mary Freeman's insistence that her ex-boyfriend has stolen a valuable
necklace - he suspects she is doing it to satisfy a grudge - leads to the thief getting away with it, taking Mary, who
was his accomplice all along, with him, and leaving an embarrassed Marker to explain what has happened to the police.

5.03 [52] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: SLIP HOME IN THE DARK (bw - due to strike)
21Jul71
Thames
(location - Brighton)

5.04 [53] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: I ALWAYS WANTED A SWIMMING POOL (colour)
28Jul71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by Philip Broadley
  cast
James Bolan

5.05 [54] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE BEATER AND THE GAME (colour)
4Aug71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by Mike Chapman
directed by Pete Duguid
Marker's client, using a false name, asks him to trace her missing husband in order to secure maintenance
from him. Although suspicious of her motives from the start, he proceeds with the investigation, only to discover
later that she is in fact Maureen Gorman, wife of a violent criminal who has just died in prison, and whose brother,
an Irish-American mobster, is out for vengeance against the CID officer who corruptly prepared the case. Marker
has unwittingly led the gang to their quarry, who is living in seclusion under a false name.

5.06 [55] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: COME INTO THE GARDEN, ROSE (bw - due to strike)
11Aug71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by Douglas Livingstone

5.07 [56] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: AND WHEN YOU PAY THE BILL, YOU'RE NONE THE WISER (colour)
18Aug71 ITV Wed 9.0pm
Thames
(location - Brighton)
producer/editor Michael Chapman
written by Trevor Preston
directed by Piers Haggard
cast:
Kathleen Michael ......... Mrs. Kulman
Clifford Parrish ......... Coroner
David Sachet ............. Martin Kulman
Brenda Cavendish ......... Nell
Caroline Burt ............ Caroline
George Pravda ............ Geoffrey Kulman
Dennis Chinnery .......... Creeley
Susan Brown .............. Girl in Garage
Doris Rogers ............. Miss Luke
Pippa Steel .............. Jan Carling
Marker has to investigate the reasons for a young student's suicide and uncovers a seething hotbed
of family rivalries and resentment in the process.
 
5.08 [57] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WHO WANTS TO BE TOLD BAD NEWS? (colour)
25Aug71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by John Kershaw
 
5.09 [58] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE MAN WHO DIDN'T EAT SWEETS (colour)
1Sep71 Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by Richard Harris
directed by James Gatward
cast
Colin Baker .... town hall clerk
Gareth Thomas .... Briggs
Marker is hired to investigate whether a woman's husband is having an affair, only to discover after
following him that he is a bigamist with two other wives and many illegitimate children. Unable to
face telling his client the truth, Marker has to lie and in doing so, covers the bigamist's crime.

5.10 [59] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WARD OF COURT (colour)
8Sep71 Thames
(location - Brighton)
written by James Doran
directed by William S. Stewart

5.11 [60] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: TRANSATLANTIC COUSINS (colour)
15Sep71
Thames
(location - Brighton)
cast
Gareth Thomas .... Tom Lewis

5.12 [61] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: SHADES OF WHITE (bw - due to strike)
(location - Brighton)
Thames

5.13 [62] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: JOHN V11, VERSE 24 (colour)
29Sep71
repeat 14Aug73 ITV Tue 3.25pm
Thames
(location - Brighton)
Produced by Michael Chapman
Written by Peter Hill
Directed by David Wickes
Designer Neville Green
Cast:
Ray Smith .............. Det-Insp Firbank
George A. Cooper ....... Alec Payton
Gillian Wray ........... Mrs. Holland
Brenda Cavendish ....... Nell Holdsworth
Jeremy Bulloch ......... Mr. Holland
Jonathan Elsom ......... Mr. Thwaite-Singleton
Gladys Spencer ......... Mrs. Durrant
Barry Jackson .......... Stock
A head-on collision with Det-Insp. Firbank makes Marker more
stubborn than ever his painful search for the truth.

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 6 1972 ################
##############################################
Thames Television
Wednesdays 9.0 pm

6.01 [63] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE BANKRUPT (colour)
8Nov72
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by James Doran

6.02 [64] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: GIRL IN BLUE (colour)
15Nov72
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.03 [65] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MANY A SLIP (colour)
29Nov72
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by John Kershaw
cast
Elisabeth Sladen .... policewoman

6.04 [66] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: MRS. PODMORE'S CAT (colour)
6Dec72
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by Philip Broadley
cast
Jean Kent ........... Mrs. Podmore

6.05 [67] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE MAN WHO SAID SORRY (colour)
13Dec72
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.06 [68] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HORSE AND CARRIAGE (colour)
20Dec72
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written Richard Harris

6.07 [69] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: A FAMILY AFFAIR (colour)
3Jan73
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.08 [70] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE GOLDEN BOY (colour)
10Jan73
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by Philip Broadley
cast
Richard Hurndall .... Sir John Reveldale

6.08 [71] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE WINDSOR ROYAL (colour)
17Jan73
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.10 [72] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: IT'S A WOMAN'S PRIVILEGE (colour)
24Jan73
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.11 [73] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HOME AND AWAY (colour)
31Jan73
Thames
(location - Windsor)

6.12 [74] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: EGGS AND CRESS SANDWICHES (colour)
7Feb73
Thames
(location - Windsor)
cast
Brian Blessed .... Rev. William Pratt
Angus MacKay .... Peter Palfrey

6.13 [75] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE TROUBLE WITH JENNY (colour)
14Feb73
Thames
(location - Windsor)
cast
Donald Houston .... Arthur Wellard
Petra Markham .... Jenny Weller
Marker fails to realise for a considerable time that the outwardly sympathetic Jenny is in
fact the totally depraved blackmailer that he has been hired to investigate.

################ Public Eye ##################
############## season 7 1975 ################
############## (final season) ################
Thames Television
Mondays 9.0 pm

7.01 [76] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: NOBODY WANTS TO KNOW (colour)
6Jan75
Thames
(location - Windsor)
cast
Mike Grady .... Freddie

7.02 [77] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HOW ABOUT A CUP OF TEA? (colour)
13Jan75
Thames
(location - Windsor)

7.03 [78] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HOW ABOUT IT FRANK? (colour)
20Jan75
Thames
(location - Windsor)

7.04 [79] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THEY ALL SOUND SIMPLE AT FIRST (colour)
27Jan75
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by John Kershaw

7.05 [80] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE FALL GUY (colour)
3Feb75
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by Brian Finch

7.06 [81] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: WHAT'S TO BECOME OF US (colour)
10Feb75
Thames
(location - Windsor)
written by Richard Harris

7.07 [82] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: HARD TIMES (colour)
17Feb75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)
written by James Doran

7.08 [83] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: NO ORCHIDS FOR MARKER (colour)
24Feb75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)
written by Philip Broadley

7.09 [84] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: THE FATTED CALF (colour)
3Mar75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)
written by Brian Finch

7.10 [85] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: LIFER (colour)
10Mar75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)

7.11 [86] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER (colour)
17Mar75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)

7.12 [87] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: FIT OF CONSCIENCE (colour)
24Mar75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)
written by David Ambrose
cast
Robert Gillespie .... Bromley

7.13 [88] Public Eye: starring Alfred Burke: UNLUCKY FOR SOME (colour)
(final episode)
7Apr75
Thames
(location - Chertsey)
written by Philip Broadley
directed by Jonathan Alwyn

################ Public Eye ##################
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