Steed hunts a white rabbit. Emma is not herself.

6 x 15-minute episodes
based on the television episode
Pandora (1969),
written by Brian Clemens

Principal Cast:
Donald Monat as John Steed
Diane Appleby as Emma Peel
Colin Fish as Mother
Hugh Rouse as The Narrator

Production:
Adapted and directed by Dennis Folbigge
Produced by David Gooden

Transmission on Springbok Radio (7.15-7.30pm):
Episode 1 - Thursday 20th July 1972
Episode 2 - Friday 21st July 1972
Episode 3 - Monday 24th July 1972
Episode 4 - Tuesday 25th July 1972
Episode 5 - Wednesday 26th July 1972
Episode 6 - Thursday 27th July 1972
This is a best guess based on available data

Who am I?
Emma wakes up feeling
like a new woman.

PLOTLINE

Emma Peel is drugged and kidnapped in an antiques shop. When she comes to, she finds it's not such a matter of where, but when she has ended up. The answer to that would appear to be '1915', but then she has another question forming in her mind... Who is she? Everyone she encounters calls her 'Pandora'. Could they be right?

Meanwhile, an old man on the verge of departing this world has promised to reveal the whereabouts of his hidden treasure as a bargain to a couple of untrustworthy nephews who tell him they have returned his dead wife from the grave. That'll be you, Mrs Peel!

DIFFERENCES COMPARED TO THE TELEVISION EPISODE

Character Changes: This is one of a number of episodes adapted for the Sonovision Avengers which replaces the television character of Tara King with that of Emma Peel.

Since this serial sadly no longer exists, it's exceptionally difficult to reveal much more!

PRODUCTION NOTES

This serial is known to have been produced because the events that take place in it are mentioned in the subsequent story, Who Shot Poor George / XR40?.

 

This serial is known to have been the next one broadcast after Not to Be Sneezed At.

Alan Hayes

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