The four or five times a week adventures of a motel owner, son, daughter and her staff. Drama was never far away from the ringing of the reception bell.

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Noele Gordon ...
 Meg Mortimer / ... (220 episodes, 1964-1981)
Susan Hanson ...
 Diane Parker / ... (204 episodes, 1966-1985)
Ronald Allen ...
 David Hunter (195 episodes, 1972-1983)
Paul Henry ...
 Benny / ... (172 episodes, 1976-1987)
Roger Tonge ...
 Sandy Richardson (153 episodes, 1964-1980)
Jane Rossington ...
 Jill Harvey / ... (126 episodes, 1964-1988)
Sally Adcock ...
 Jane Smith (119 episodes, 1973-1978)
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 Doris Luke (107 episodes, 1978-1982)
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The four or five times a week adventures of a motel owner, son, daughter and her staff. Drama was never far away from the ringing of the reception bell.

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2 November 1964 (UK)  »

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The Midland Road  »

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(4510 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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For many years the end credits famously entered the screen at Widdershins from bottom-to-top and right-to-left; this was meant to emphasize the "crossroads" nature of the show. Similarly in very early editions the title would zoom up on viewers, as if they were motoring towards it. See more »

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Crossroads Returns
1 October 2000 | by (Cranfield, England) – See all my reviews

Yes, Carlton Television who brought Central TV is now bringing back the Queen of soaps.

Crossroads will no doubt be very different to what we used to see on our screens, but it would be wonderful to hear that music again as well as travel through the village of Kings Oak once again.

I, for one, will be glued to the screen to see what strange new storylines the writers will come up with. I don't think I'll be alone either.

Welcome back Crossroads, show EastEnders and Coronation Street what REAL soap-opera is all about!


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