|Contributions||Mason, Edward John., Webb, Geoffrey, b.1920.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
`Dick Barton Special Agent: The Mystery of the Missing Formula' is a typical example that exemplifies the positives and the negatives of bringing a classic series to a modern audience. In terms of audio quality it is of the extremely high standard you would expect from the BBC.5/5(1). In the east end warehouse, Dick Barton, special agent and defender of the free world, is about to meet his mincer. Baron Scarfacebrought up by wolves and educated at Etonhas him suspended over three tons of rotating sharpened steel. Includes: Dick Barton Special Agent and Dick Barton and the Curse of the Pharoah's Tomb.4/5. Captain Richard Barton made his radio debut in and quickly went on to become Britain's most popular hero. For years the nation tuned in to hear the famous tune, Devil's Gallop, herald another cliff-hanging adventure for the smooth, crime busting Barton and his friends Snowey and Jock. In , as part of the BBC's Golden Jubilee celebrations, the team came together once /5(11). Reviewer: albie - favorite favorite favorite - J Subject: Dick Barton Special Agent This is a remake of the original,with most of the original today 12 July the 20 episode Dick Barton - Special Agent: The Cabatolin Diamonds has started on Radio4 extra.
First Appeared in print: Never appeared in book form, only as radio scripts. Edward J Mason wrote the first episode of Dick Barton - Special Agent, for the BBC Light Programme, in Edward J Mason wrote the first episode of Dick Barton - Special Agent, for the BBC Light Programme, in The serial followed the adventures of ex-Commando Captain Richard Barton MC (Noel Johnson, later Duncan Carse and Gordon Davies) who, with his mates Jock Anderson (Alex McCrindle) and Snowy White (John Mann) solved all sorts of crimes, escaped from dangerous situations and saved the nation from disaster time and again. Dick Barton Live: a , one-off show from Leicester's Y Theatre using period equipment and scripts from The resulting adventure stars Tim Bentinck as Dick with Terry Molloy as his faithful companion Snowy White. Dick Barton, Still a Special Agent: a profile of radio's greatest hero, presented by John Hosken/5(7). Dick Barton book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(3).
Dick Barton Special Agent/Dick Barton and the Curse of the Pharaoh's Tomb (, by Phil Willmott) Buy this book. COMICS. COMET Written by Geoffrey Webb, Edward J. Mason (, Almagamated Press) Appeared as a regular feature in Comet, the British comics magazine. "The Flying Saucer Mystery" (Ap , Comet #). Dick Barton was a phenomenally popular radio hero in post-war Britain. Probably only Paul Temple and The Goons rivalled his fame. In , as part of the BBC's Golden Jubilee celebrations, the two stars of the show came together once more to re-record the very first adventure, which is what we have here.4/5(14). Dick Barton (Don Stannard) and his friends Snowey and Jack are investigating smuggling when attempts are made on his life. It turns out there is a neo-Nazi plot to contaminate Great Britain's water tion company: Hammer Film Productions. Dick Barton Specialist. likes. Specialist in crime, Criminology and Vice. Counsellor inCounselling and Psychology. Undercover/Clasified. Novelist. Security Advisor. T.V PresenterFollowers: