Sigh. One of the things we learn in the interviews on CD 1 is that when writing for the stage (or for radio), Christie preferred to write plays "as (original) plays", rather than adapting her own novels; and she only started doing the latter after she found that she didn't much like what other people did to her work when adapting it. (Hear that, Mr. Osborne?) Now guess what is one of the first things we learn upon switching to CD 2? The version of Murder in the Mews included here -- the longest of the three radio plays in this set -- was not actually written by Dame Agatha herself but by someone else and commissioned by the BBC. Grrrr.
Also: How can you possibly have an adaptation of this particular story without its glorious conclusion on the golf links?!