Crown Court (1972–1984)

Double, Double: Part 1 

MI6 interpreter Kenneth Gould stands accused of passing secrets onto the KGB, in one instance resulting in the deaths of two British agents. The evidence of a Soviet defector is vital to ... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Bromly

Writer:

David Fisher

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Bernard Archard ... Sir Hugo Jellicoe
David Ashford David Ashford ... Charles Lotterby
John Barron ... Justice Mitchenor
Kate Binchy Kate Binchy ... Mrs. Gould
Bernard Brown ... Andrew Logan QC
Barbara Greenhalgh Barbara Greenhalgh ... Jury Foreman
Frederick Jaeger ... Aram Paskevich
James Maxwell ... Kenneth Gould
Tony Steedman ... Chief Supt. Braddock
Peter Wheeler Peter Wheeler ... Court Reporter
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Storyline

MI6 interpreter Kenneth Gould stands accused of passing secrets onto the KGB, in one instance resulting in the deaths of two British agents. The evidence of a Soviet defector is vital to the prosecution case but the defence argue that this man is in fact still working for the KGB and is an unreliable witness. The prosecution also assert that Gould, a man of working class origins, is a communist sympathiser but he insists he has no political allegiance and is the victim of dark forces in British intelligence. Written by Alan Briscoe

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Release Date:

2 October 1974 (UK) See more »

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Granada Television See more »
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