This is one of the better adaptations, with the excellent Geraldine McEwan. The story is of Mrs McGillicuddy who sees a man strangle a woman on a passing train. Of course no one believes her, except her friend Miss Marple.Pam Ferris is fantastic as Mrs McGillicuddy she brings humour and warmth to the character, "get out the damson gin". Amanda Holden, plays Lucy Eyelesbarrow, the housekeeper hired by Miss Marple to find the body at Rutherford Hall, as this is the only place the body could have been pushed fron the train.Will she find it, and who from the hall did it. A very glamorous production. It does deviaate from the story but it does not seem to matter, as the basics are there. A good production.