Family drama series Jukes of Piccadilly followed the cases of gentleman private detective Brinsley Jukes who worked out of a London tea emporium he owned. His right hand man was cromarty.
This short run but entertaining series was made up of three two part stories. These were The Corcelli Medallion (written by Robert Banks Stewart), The Case of the Arabian Kidnap and The Dulveston Green (both written by Robert Holmes).
UK / ITV – Thames / 6×25 minute episodes / Broadcast 11 February – 17 March 1980
Creator: Robert Banks Stewart / Writers: Robert Banks Stewart, Robert Holmes / Production Design: Frank Gillman / Producer: Ruth Boswell / Director: Terry Steel
Nigel Hawthorne as Brinsley Jukes
Manning Wilson as Cromarty