Talking To A Stranger
Ten-year-old Caroline has disappeared, last seen climbing into a black car with a strange man. Maggie, caught up in the mystery, sees menace everywhere - her new neighbour owns a black car, and she sees him bury a child's belongings in his back garden. Maggie must find out the truth, but can she trust her own judgement?
Communication in the animal kingdom is a daily trial of life. "Talking To Strangers" whether by ultrasonic, sonic, scent or even illumination can mean the difference between life and death.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. This collection contains eight star-studded BBC productions spanning four decades and ranges from the Feydeau farce Keep an Eye on Amelie (1978) to Ibsen's Ghosts (1987) with Kenneth Branagh, Michael Gambon and Natasha Richardson. It features a version of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard 1981, as well as Talking to a Stranger (1966) described as the first authentic masterpiece written directly for television.