Episodes Van der Valk: Blue Notes (ITV 27 Sep 1972, with Hilary Dwyer) Published 2 years ago on May 11, 2017 In Blue Notes international violinist Jan Servaas is in Amsterdam for a prestigious concert but he is pertubed when he begins receiving menacing threats. He becomes seriously concerned when one of his priceless violins is smashed. Tnings take a turn for the murderous when Servaas is thrown from his hotel window and killed. The lovely Hilary Dwyer, a familiar early seventies TV face and a regular on Hadleigh, as well as the fabulous Geoffrey Bayldon play Hotel staff and possible suspects. In fact the pair of them, despite not having a huge amount of screen time, have a major role in the drama as it unfolds. The clue to the solving of the murder lies in the dark days of world war II and to be fair Van der Valk and Kroon’s investigation is going nowhere until they get a helping hand from one of the key suspects – and even then it doesn’t end well. Geoffrey Bayldon as hotel porter Josef Kettner production details UK / ITV – Thames / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Wednesday 27 September 1972 at 9.00pm Writer: Geoffrey Gilbert / Production Design: Tony Borer / Director: Marc Miller Series: Van der Valk Season 1 Episode 3 cast Barry Foster as Van der Valk Michael Latimer as Kroon Susan Travers as Arlette Hilary Dwyer as Nana Schneers Geoffrey Bayldon as Josef Kettner Edgar Wreford as Jan Servaas Peter Pratt as Westermann Matthew Guiness as Barman Dave Carter as Brigadier Stribos John Rees as Mulhauzen Geoffrey BayldonHilary DwyerITVMarc MillerThamesTVVan Der Valk Advertisement advertisement and this just in Episodes15 hours ago Bring It!: Breaking the Curse of the B-Squad (S5EP20 Lifetime Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Breaking the Curse of the B-Squad: Alumni Kayla and Sunjai arrive at the Dollhouse to help the B-Squad break their... Episodes15 hours ago The Titan Games: The Titan Games Championship (Season Finale NBC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) The Titan Games Championship: After thousands of hopefuls applied, a field of 64 exceptional athletes has been narrowed down to... Episodes15 hours ago How to Get Away with Murder: Please Say No One Else Is Dead (Season finale ABC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Please Say No One Else Is Dead: Annalise and her team need to get to the truth before the truth... Episodes15 hours ago Flack: Episode Two (Pop Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Episode Two: Robyn tries to distract the press from the fact that her pop star client is being dropped by... Episodes15 hours ago Better Things: Chicago (S3EP1 FX Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Chicago: Sam and Max go on a trip. Written by Pamela Adlon Directed by Pamela Adlon Airdate: Thursday 28 February... search EPISODES Episodes15 hours ago Fam: JoJo Returns (S1EP8 CBS Thurs 28 Feb 2019) JoJo Returns: When Shannon’s bad-news ex-boyfriend, MC DJ JoJo (Peter Sudarso), comes back into her life, Clem and Nick try... Episodes15 hours ago Kindred Spirits: Blood in the Water (S3EP5 Travel Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Blood in the Water: Amy Bruni and Adam Berry head to Tennessee to investigate Hales Bar Dam, a location cursed... Episodes15 hours ago Will & Grace: The Real McCoy (S2EP13 NBC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) The Real McCoy: Will (Eric McCormack) gives local newscaster McCoy Whitman (guest star Matt Bomer) a second chance and, with... advertisement MOVIES Movies2 weeks ago Private Worlds (Paramount 1935, Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert) Charles Boyer stars as the new superintendent of a progressive mental hospital. His apparent coldness first arouses resentment among the... Movies2 weeks ago Yucatán (2018, Luis Tosar, Stephanie Cayo) In farcical comedy Yucatán a pair of white collar thieves compete fiercely against each other trying to steal from an... Movies2 weeks ago The Breaker Upperers (Netflix Fri 15 Feb 2019, Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami) Two women run a business breaking up couples for cash but when one develops a conscience their friendship unravels. production... MY TV TONIGHTWhat's on and when. Broadcast, cable and streaming... BRITISH FILM 1930-1990The Viewer's Guide to British Film 1930-1990 Indepth guide to six decades of cinema in the UK.