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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1995


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Box 13

14 January 1986
Finding himself in debt, Boon turns to his old mate, Harry Crawford for advice. The result reunion is an advertisement in the local paper: 'ex-fireman seeks interesting work - ANYTHING LEGAL CONSIDERED' - and Boon is on his way as a freelance troubleshooter.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Bill Gavin ... Nick

John Arthur ... John, fireman
Graeme Green ... Roger
Warren Armstrong ... Peter
Walter McMonagle ... Mr. Fowler
Alan Granton ... Driver
Terry Mason ... Workman

John Sessions ... Barney Spitz
Garry Roost ... Leslie
Patrick Field ... Ralph
Louise Papillon ... Doctor
Roger Hume ... Percy
Paul McCleary ... Reporter
Mark Audley ... Policeman

Season 1, Episode 2: Fools Rush In

21 January 1986
A disheveled Irishman, who has difficulty in remembering his name, gives Boon plenty to worry about. He's apparently lost his memory, and has no inkling of where the large bundle of cash he has on his person came from.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Bill Gavin ... Nick

Stephen Rea ... Frank Warren

Gregor Fisher ... Tom McGeary
Irene Marot ... Mrs. Brandon
Jack Klaff ... Peter Brandon
Walter McMonagle ... Mr. Fowler
Carol Harvey ... Sue Warren
Kevin Jukes ... Pat
Jon Gaunt ... Jerry
Mary Nuttall ... Young Woman
Simon Watkins ... Large Man
Barry Ewart ... Alf
Mark Billingham ... Policeman
Pearl Chick ... Shopkeeper
Alan Granton ... Workman

Season 1, Episode 3: Answers to the Name of Watson

28 January 1986
A large surprise awaits our hero when, asked by Arturo and Elena Sadini to recover their stolen cat, the freelance troubleshooter does so and discovers that Watson is no ordinary pet - but a lion.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Bill Gavin ... Nick

Frederick Warder ... Arturo Sandini

Shirin Taylor ... Elena Sandini
Terence Harvey ... Wadsworth
Raymond Mason ... Bridgman
Michael Gunn ... Steve

Christopher Fulford ... Andy (as Chris Fulford)
Sadie Hamilton ... Bobbie
Breffni McKenna ... Mike (as Brefni McKenna)
Alfred Fagon ... Walton
Julia Tipton ... Girl in Printers
Alton Douglas ... 1st Plumber
Dale Bayford ... 2nd Plumber
Brian Portsmouth ... Policeman

Season 1, Episode 4: Grass Widows

4 February 1986
Boon's fondness for gardening brings him added misfortune when, asked to chase up an unpaid hotel bill, he discovers that it's more than just a distraught widow's garden that is out of control.

Season 1, Episode 5: Unto Us Four a Son

11 February 1986
It's hardly a glamorous job, especially when the child you're minding is Daniel, the difficult son of a rock star. But when Boon is attacked outside the boy's school and Ken realises the real target is Daniel, things soon hot up.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha

Warren Clarke ... Geoff Greenaway
Linda Marlowe ... Laurie Langley
George Irving ... Cormack
Nicholas Simpson ... Daniel Greenaway
John Carlin ... Ted Michaels
Shelagh Stephenson ... Melissa

Ian Puleston-Davies ... Ben Wilde
Sidney Livingstone ... Heavy
Edward Clayton ... Police Inspector
George Little ... Manager, Hotel Venice
Lynne Aston ... Greenaway's Secretary

Season 1, Episode 6: Glasshouse People

18 February 1986
Hired to discover who is behind a protection racket gang who have smashed mirrors and crockery at Harry Crawford's hotel, Boon decides to take the battle to the enemy - with surprising results for all concerned.

Season 1, Episode 7: Northwest Passage to Acock's Green

25 February 1986
A request to sail a barge from Hemel Hempstead to Birmingham appears to offer Boon an opportunity to spend an idyllic weekend with Doreen. The outcome is not what he'd planned.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha

T.P. McKenna ... Erroll McLaverty

Larry Lamb ... Alan Prendergast
William Simons ... Appleby
Dave Hill ... Laing
Ralph Nossek ... Walter Prendergast
Allan Surtees ... George Eames (as Alan Surtees)
John Bardon ... Fisherman
Paul Farla ... Pub Landlord

Season 1, Episode 8: Something Old, Something New

4 March 1986
When Harry suggests a job shifting antiques for a London dealer, Boon is not particularly keen. His market-garden business has finally taken root, and he has no wish to tempt providence again - but a job is a job.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha
Michelle Newell ... Georgina Pemberton
Richard Heffer ... Philip Banks

Andrew Keir ... Murdoch Johnstone
John Evitts ... Mr. Dudley
Rosalind Elliot ... Mrs. Hutchins
Trevor Butler ... Wesley James

Raad Rawi ... Jamal Khan

Season 1, Episode 9: For Whom the Chimes Toll

11 March 1986
Seeking further finance, Boon takes on a baby-sitting job with a difference - 'minding' a collection of antique clocks. What's more, Major Hopkinson, who owns them, appears to have some unpleasant acquaintances.

Season 1, Episode 10: Jack of All Tradesmen

18 March 1986
Ken is asked to find the Mahoney Brothers by a somewhat shady geezer. Unable to turn down the money, Ken takes the job despite serious misgivings from Doreen.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha

Michael O'Hagan ... Brook
Ken Kitson ... Tom

Charles Lawson ... Niall Mahoney

Sean Lawlor ... Sean Mahoney

Lloyd McGuire ... Massie
Michael Eaves ... Phipps
Timothy Block ... Collins
John Dallimore ... Hart
Frank Ellis ... Lee
Roger McKern ... Burrows
Geoffrey Greenhill ... Pearce
Pat Rossiter ... Mrs. Lee
Len Marten ... Parker, nosy neighbour
Dick Brannick ... Caretaker
Terry John ... Policeman
Richard Henry Edwards ... Barman
Bunny Reed ... Irish Drinker 1
Ray Callaghan ... Irish Drinker 2

Season 1, Episode 11: Billy the Kid

25 March 1986
When Harry Crawford signs Billy 'The Kid' Buchan as the main attraction at the Fireman's Charity football match, Boon hired as Billy's 'minder', barely has time to catch his breath before the trouble starts.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha
Malcolm Jamieson ... Billy 'The Kid' Buchan
Brendan Price ... Peter Grant
Malcolm Terris ... Wally Patterson
Anthony Stamboulieh ... Abdul Ibrahim
Lindy Whiteford ... Rhoma Buchan
Gina Maher ... Gloria

John Arthur ... John, fireman

Roger Hammond ... Frames
Rob Gibbs ... Rings (as Robert Gibbs)
Richard Park ... Ron
Daniel D'Arcy ... Seb (as Daniel Darcy)

Season 1, Episode 12: Grand Expectations

1 April 1986
With 'White Lighting' off the road' its suspension broken in an accident. Boon seeks help from a local bike dealer. A mistake. Before long he will find himself racing off on a borrowed bike - with a young Sikh girl riding pillion.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Rachel Davies ... Doreen Evans
Joan Scott ... Ethel Allard
Gordon Warnecke ... Hanif Kurtha
Sneh Gupta ... Surinder Kaur
Gurdial Sira ... Narain Singh

Tanveer Ghani ... Ranjit Singh
Marc Anwar ... Balbir Singh (as Omar Salimi)
Badi Uzzaman ... Surinder's Father

Donald Sumpter ... Jack Evans, Doreen's ex-husband
Chrissie Cotterill ... Shirley
Dave Atkins ... Ben Gibbs
Roger Walker ... Les Rickett

Russell Kilmister ... Mr. Casey (as Russell Kilminster)
Andy Bradford ... Van Driver
Steve Lucock ... Teenage Biker

Simon Crane ... Car Thief
Sean McCabe ... Car Thief

Season 1, Episode 13: Full Circle

8 April 1986
Boon's market-garden is desolated. Meanwhile, Harry goes from strength to strength. On the verge of buying a new hotel, Harry over-reaches himself - with tragic results for all concerned.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Texas Rangers

17 February 1987
Ken has acquired a new two - way radio set and a client list from the previous owner, but it's soon apparent that the radio still belongs to a rival firm. Worse is to come, as he meets trouble head - on in the form of a gang of Hell's Angels. Harry, meanwhile, has trouble finding a celebrity to open his new hotel. Rocky Cassidy joins the Texas Rangers.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
James Coyle ... Flannery
Richard Graham ... Mickey
Peter Amory ... Parrot

George Rossi ... Des
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Joyce Latham ... Housekeeper
Bronwen Williams ... Gwynneth

Stephen Greif ... Lomas
Maxine Shuter ... Telephone Operator
Varinder Kumar Verma ... Mr. Patel (as Varinder Verma)

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Ronald Lacey ... Emlyn Price Jones, MP
James Warrior ... Greaves
Julie Evans ... Girl Customer

Marlene Sidaway ... Mrs. Greaves
Alexandra Lawrence ... Waitress
Ken Humphreys ... Businessman

Season 2, Episode 2: Special Delivery

24 February 1987
Linda West a television reporter causes for Ken, who is caught in a 'frame - up' at a strip club, and Rocky , who is frightened by the pursuit of a garden - centre owner.
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Simon Rouse ... James Petherbridge

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Diane Keen ... Linda West
Abigail Bond ... Brenda
Christina Greatrex ... Mrs. Sefton
Clive Panto ... Warren
Anthony Dutton ... Warmley, planning chairman
Geoffrey Larder ... Dawson

Andrea Gordon ... Marcia
John Gilbyrne ... Policeman
Elaine Turrell ... Mrs. Singer
Ian Thompson ... Jack, TV Producer
Cathleen McDermott ... Stripper
Robert Lang ... Sillitoe
Rocky Taylor ... Minder
Terence Plummer ... Minder
Barry Lankester ... Barry
Carola Brassey ... PA

Season 2, Episode 3: Day of the Yokel

3 March 1987
Ken has to round up geese and a herd of cows as he helps an eccentric old lady whose farm is under pressure from a group of crooked property developers.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Phyllis Calvert ... Irene Maplethorpe

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Tim Bentinck ... Jonathan Keen (as Timothy Bentinck)
Michael Hanbury ... Old Boy
Graham Weston ... Michaelson
Patrick Connor ... Charlie

Anthony Head ... Richard Rathbone

Tom Chadbon ... Philip Lainchbury
Colin Bower ... Station Officer
Pauline Corey ... Old Lady
Denzil Pugh ... Stanley, Porter
Annabel Leventon ... Dierdre Lainchbury
Christopher Godwin ... Ronnie Blackwater
Dominic Hawksley ... Davies
Jim Ryder ... Derek
Walter Barnes ... JCB Driver

Season 2, Episode 4: Smokey and the Band

10 March 1987
Ken loses his heart to a country and western singer Bebe McLintock, who is performing at the Coaching Inn, and he also has his motorbike stolen.

Season 2, Episode 5: Taken for a Ride

17 March 1987
Ken comes to the rescue of two damsels in distress - one is a page 3 girl Shandy Tremblett, and the other is a fire engine. Also at stake is a company involved in a fierce and unscrupulous takeover bid.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

James Coombes ... Dr. Roger Davies
Malcolm Storry ... Quinn
Ian Redford ... Atkins
John Hartley ... Bailey
Dave Roberts ... Man in the Black Leather

Camille Coduri ... Shandy Tremblett
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Derek Hockridge ... McShane

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
John Alderson ... Ed Slatterley
Michael Medwin ... Sir Freddie Blackton, MP
Ray Hingley ... Rowley
Rick Bowman ... Blackton's Chauffeur
Tank Argent ... Poacher
Susan Cullen ... Woman Journalist
Tony Turner ... Journalist
Anthony Child ... Journalist
Denzil Pugh ... Stanley, Porter

Season 2, Episode 6: Wheels of Fortune

24 March 1987
A clairvoyant foresees a crash, blood and a operating table, and warns Ken not to ride his motorbike. He is determined to prove that the prediction is 'just a load of old crystal balls'.
Denyse Alexander ... Margaret Green
Ian Lindsay ... Sam Green

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Shaheen Khan ... Dr. Hamill
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Sheila Allen ... Phyllis Nichols
Julian Ronnie ... Derek
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis
Christopher Priest ... Nick
Judy Gridley ... Traffic Warden
Amanda Noar ... Alberry House receptionist

Sadie Frost ... Nurse
Michael Shaw ... Steve

Roy Kinnear ... Harold Beamish
Sarah Whitlock ... Technician
Wolf Christian ... Policeman

Season 2, Episode 7: A Ride on the Wild Side

31 March 1987
Ken narrowly escapes appearing in a blue movie, but isn't so lucky when it comes to dodging the boys in blue when he delivers a suspicious package. Debbie's younger sister Lindy is kidnapped.
Tricia Penrose ... Lindy Yates
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Heather Canning ... Beryl
Neil Treby ... Arthur

Ray Winstone ... Billy
Jack Chissick ... Colin, Film Director
Brian Binns ... Ronnie, Clapper-boy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis
James Leslau ... Hopalong
Peter Blake ... Barry Drinkwater
Jimmy Yuill ... Scotsman
Amanda Burton ... DC Margaret Daly
John Hart Dyke ... Police Sergeant

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly
Mike Afford ... Sparks
Ian Ashpitel ... 1st Reporter (as Ian Asphitel)
Max Blake ... Photographer
Lu Allen ... Sharon
Simon Napper ... Speedy

Season 2, Episode 8: Credit Where It's Due

27 October 1987
Rocky suspects that Texas Rangers are delivering IRA bombs., meanwhile Harry and Debbie are in love Harry with a beautiful artist and Debbie with a bigamist.
Peter Caffrey ... Barry
Kilian McKenna ... Norman

Jeff Rawle ... Maurice / Billy Clutterbuck

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Pamela Salem ... Davida Duff
Scott Hammond ... Biker
Denzil Pugh ... Stanley, Porter
Neale McGrath ... First Waiter (as Neal S. McGrath)
Stephen Gough ... Second Waiter
Robert Malcolm Williams ... First Boy
Permjeet Singh ... Second Boy
Reid Jones ... Policeman
Chris Jenkinson ... Army Captain, Bomb Squad (as Christopher Jenkinson)
Peter Llewellyn Williams ... Army Corporal, Bomb Squad
Roderick Smith ... DS Unger

Patrick Bergin ... DS Beecher
Susan Michael ... Susan, Coaching Inn receptionist

Season 2, Episode 9: Trudy's Grit

3 November 1987
Rocky falls in love with new recruit for the Texas Rangers who is trying to put a man out of action because he is trying to repossess her father's stately home - who just happens to be staying at the Coaching Inn.
Kirsten Hughes ... Trudy
Llewellyn Rees ... Lord Alderley

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Geoffrey Bateman ... Repo Man
Timothy Roland ... Nigel Brown

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Robert Austin ... Colin
Megan Long ... Waitress
Anna Gilbert ... Doctor
Chrissie Adams ... Jackie

Joan Blackham ... Frank
Kenneth Waller ... Mr. Newell
David Mallinson ... Matthew Lawson
David Faulds ... Commissionaire (as David Foulds)

Season 2, Episode 10: A Fistful of Pesetas

10 November 1987
An unwelcome guest checks into the Coaching Inn - Harry's ex - wife Alison, who is then kidnapped. Meanwhile, Ken, Rocky and their new van attempt to deliver a large statue, in which no - one seems to be interested.
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Jonathan Coy ... Mr. Marsden
Georgina Hale ... Alison, Harry's Ex-wife
Madhav Sharma ... DS Shivahn
James Leslau ... Hopalong

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Edward Hibbert ... Freight Agent
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Bara Chambers ... 1st Woman
Penny Cole ... 2nd Woman

Tony Slattery ... Luis Perez

Christopher Benjamin ... Teddy Rawlingston
Jason Calder ... Edward Rawlingston
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Mandy Evans ... Strathallan receptionist
Matthew Long ... Adam Horning
Ian Brooker ... Piers
Janet Henfrey ... University Registrar
Jenny Jay ... Girl Student

Kevork Malikyan ... David Sulenkian
Denis Price ... Barry
Juanita Savides ... Coaching Inn Cleaner
Susan Michael ... Susan, Coaching Inn receptionist
Denzil Pugh ... Stanley, Porter

Season 2, Episode 11: Paper Mafia

17 November 1987
While Boon races around delivering secret parcels for a lonely widower. Rocky, delivering orders for a pizza parlour, falls for the charms of the Pizza owner's daughter, Maxine Harry, planning his holiday of a lifetime in Las Vegas, has unwanted problems with Franklyn, an hotel guest who has his own plans for Harry's spare plane ticket - ones that don't include Ken.

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
David Simeon ... Franklyn

Georgia Slowe ... Guiseppina
John Bennett ... Giovanni
Gabriel Kern ... Waiter
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Kate Duchêne ... Pregnant Lady
Keith Ellery ... Jerry

Constantine Gregory ... Wyman
Adrienne Posta ... Maxine
Steven Law ... 1st Italian
Christian Giornelli ... 2nd Italian
James Benson ... Snowy
Barrie Fletcher ... Taxi Driver
Susan Alesbury ... Chauffeuse
Vincenzo Nicoli ... Vito Rossi
Marion Charles ... Large Lady
Iain Rattray ... DI Harper
Jeremy Hutton ... Carlo
Margaret Bolam ... Neighbour
Terry Melia ... Police Sergeant
Annette Patricia ... Check-in Girl

Season 2, Episode 12: Fiddler Under the Roof

24 November 1987
With Harry rubbing his hands in glee at the prospect of a large wedding function being held at the Coaching Inn, fat profits look assured. But when the expected 100 or so guests turn out to be 400 unruly travelling tinkers, and the bridegroom has a secret he can only share with Ken, the wedding day festivities take on a decidedly unwanted aspect.

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Stephen MacKenna ... Aaron Wilson
John Harding ... Christopher Turnover
Amanda Hillwood ... Polly Turnover

Michael Troughton ... Martin Turnover
Maggie Henderson ... Andrea Turnover
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Shaun Scott ... Sean Jones, bridegroom
James Ellis ... James McGillivray
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Jane Wood ... Sheila McGillivray
Lesley-Anne Sharpe ... Debbie Yates
Lorraine Baxter ... 1st Lady
Shelley Sutton ... 2nd Lady

Joe McGann ... Rory McGillivray

Stephen McGann ... Kevin McGillivray
Midge Taylor ... Delivery Man (as Aubrey Midge Taylor)
Martin Milman ... Donald Wickes
Sean Scanlan ... Joe McGillivray
Arbel Jones ... Rita McGillivray
Joanna Bartholemew ... Brenda McGillivray, Bride (as Joanna Bartholomew)
Alexandra Sierkorska ... McGillivray Boy
Lee Broom ... McGillivray Boy
James Cull ... McGillivray Boy
Angelina Socci ... Cilla McGillivray

Jeremy Bulloch ... Inspector Gower
Kenneth MacDonald ... Moses Wilson

Season 2, Episode 13: A Once Fluid Man

1 December 1987
Attending an aerobics class, Ken and Harry meets Margaret Daly, Ken's old flame. Pulses racing, Ken pursues his quarry while Harry searches for his perfect partner, via a lonely ad in the local paper. Unexpected, their paths cross, and Harry is forced to contemplate selling his beloved hotel. Enter Terry Brent, a one-time fire service colleague of Ken and Harry's, to lower Harry's, to new depths - at gunpoint. Ken will shortly leave the on a stretcher.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Charity Begins at Home: Part 1

1 November 1988
Harry has brought The Plaza Suite ballroom and has organises a charity ball with a dodgy character Richard Jay who runs off with all the money, leaving Harry to face an investigative journalist's cameras; he is forced into promising to replace the entire sum. The Texas Rangers meanwhile, are thought responsible for some industrial espionage- which threatens to close them down. Rocky helps uncover the real leak, and Ken re-establishes relations with Margaret.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Anthony May ... Terry Brent
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Annette Robertson ... Sheba, tramp
Susan Graham ... Tamara
Robin Kermode ... Tommy Clayton
Hywel Bennett ... Richard Jay
Oliver Tobias ... Jonathan Hillary

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly
Eamon Boland ... Gerry Pascall

Lloyd McGuire ... John Edwards
Matthew Kelly ... Himself
Michael Brazier ... Jeremy Martin
Deborah Miles ... Dixie
Kevin Lloyd ... Langford
Mark Penfold ... Mr. Cunningham
Saul Jephcott ... Lol
Lindsay Ann Coleman ... Dancer
Alison Duckworth ... Dancer
Julie-Anne Phillips ... Dancer
Roger Green ... Cliff Ryan
Cory Pulman ... Temp
Maria Charles ... Mrs. Jowett

Season 3, Episode 2: Charity Begins at Home: Part 2

8 November 1988
Ken and Margaret finally track down the runway Jay, but not before he's spent all the money. During the course of an unusual blackmail case, Margaret discovers that her new boyfriend is a liar. In the end , Ken does so well at both cases that she asks him to be her partner.
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Michael Brazier ... Jeremy Martin

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Rudolph Walker ... Duke MC
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly
Hywel Bennett ... Richard Jay, aka Dick Jowett
Amelia Tyler ... Emily (as Emily Morris)
Marian Kemmer ... Jacqui
Kitty Scopes ... Neighbour
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Oliver Tobias ... Jonathan Hillary
Annette Robertson ... Sheba, tramp

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Geoffrey Faultless ... Commissionaire
Greg Marshall ... Floor Manager
Dawn Perllman ... Sandra
Eunice Denny ... Sheila
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis
Peter McCulloch ... Policeman
Richard Moore ... Sam Spade
Saul Jephcott ... Lol
Jackie Baker ... Lol's Girl
Sheila Ruskin ... Lucinda Hillary
Maria Charles ... Mrs. Jowett

Season 3, Episode 3: Topspin

15 November 1988
Ken becomes a minder for a spy who has just been released from prison - a newspaper has an exclusive story contract and wants to protect it's investment. It's not easy, however rival newshounds are soon on the scent, and even the secret services are trailing behind.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Paula Wilcox ... Dorothy North

Anthony Calf ... Keith Filkin
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Barbara Durkin ... Glynis
Kenneth Price ... MI5 Man
Marina McConnell ... Mrs. Papoutes

Elvira Poulianou ... Melina Papoutes
Gabriel Kern ... Waiter
Claire Fairley ... Petra

Kim Wall ... Chris
Kyriacos Georgiou ... Greek Band (as Kyriacus Georgiou)
Giorgos Moraitis ... Greek Band (as George Maraitis)
Chris Barrows ... Greek Band
Eugen Popescu ... Greek Band
George Sparadissis ... Greek Band
Dimitri Andreas ... Costas
Max Mason ... Alan
Matthew Line ... Laurie
James Ottaway ... Mr. North (as James Ottoway)
Anne Pichon ... Mrs. North

Steven O'Donnell ... Heavy (as Steve O'Donnell)

Season 3, Episode 4: Have a Nice Day

22 November 1988
Ken and Margaret try to trace a missing husband who has absconded with his firm's money. Meanwhile, Harry holds an Australian Evening at the Plaza Suite.
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Edward de Souza ... Ray Wilberforce
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Angus Barnett ... Roger, Electrician
Tyler Butterworth ... John, Electrician

Nick Tate ... Ross Townsend, Australian Tourist Board
Sharon Duce ... Anita Wilberforce

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Kate Napier Brown ... Information Girl
Denis Lill ... Alan Chambers
Tacy Kneale ... Janie, Ray's ex-girlfriend
Nathan Ariss ... Paul
Alastair Barley ... Boy
Lionel Humes ... Boy
Valerie Blake ... Cathy
Stephen Tate ... Alan Clark
Robert Duncan ... Brian Sullivan
Angie Green ... Mandy

Season 3, Episode 5: Beef Encounter

29 November 1988
An unscrupulous fast - food King gets his comeuppance for exploiting his young employees, in spite of Ken's attempts to keep the peace. Harry relives his past when he meets a long - lost love.
Dominic Arnold ... Jason
Jill McCullough ... Donna

Neil Dickson ... Eddie Allen

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Karen Benjamin ... Sue
Bernard Brown ... Brian Temple
Tracy Jane White ... Louise

Anne Reid ... Yvonne Temple
Tubby Andrews ... Colin
Richard Goodfield ... Ralph
Michael Rayward ... Arthur
Peter Stone ... Simon
Margo Treva ... Florence
Christine Charkesworth ... Ann

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly
Mick Oliver ... Charlie
Muriel Pavlow ... Barbara Drake

Season 3, Episode 6: Never Say Trevor Again

6 December 1988
Margaret and Ken try to nail a gangster with a little success, but they do manage to deliver a writ and help a boy when his mother decides to marry his best friend.
Mark Haddigan ... Trevor Cartwright
John Phythian ... Ray Whitcomb

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly
Laurence Harrington ... Jeff Sadler
Nick Maloney ... Sylvester
Hugh Paddick ... Don Pettifer
Hilary Crane ... Gay Pettifer

Nick Brimble ... Julian, minder
Jamie Roberts ... DC Archie Pelham
G.B. Zoot Money ... Charles Henry Marquis (as Zoot Money)
John Taylor ... Jim Hargreaves
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Reg Rogers ... Old Man

Rula Lenska ... Renata Cartwright
Susannah Pope ... Lady in Bridal Shop
Joe Hall ... Frank
Tommy Wright ... Mr. Whitcomb
Peter Jonfield ... DS Merrison
Corinne Gable ... Marquis's Girlfriend
Terence Plummer ... Rameses O'Callaghan (as Terry Plummer)

Greg Powell ... Cliff Jenkins
Peter Brayham ... Referee

Season 3, Episode 7: Honourable Service

13 December 1988
Ken is involved with the fire service again - this time in the pursuit of a bent fireman turned arsonist. Harry, meanwhile embarks on a self - assertiveness course.
Brian Peck ... Ron Blisset

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Tony Caron ... Fire Officer
Patricia Mort ... Maureen Blisset
Andrew Hilton ... Frank

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Elizabeth Counsell ... Denise Appleby

Alexandra Boyd ... First Pupil

Conleth Hill ... Second Pupil
Gary Webster ... Paul
Geoffrey Church ... Mack
Maggie Ashe ... Mack's Wife
Colin Higgins ... Tennis Ball Man
Mandy More ... Edith
Sandy Thompson ... Little Victor
Helen Patrick ... Carol Fynedale
Garfield Morgan ... Vic Fynedale

Lloyd Owen ... Pete Blisset
Brian Hewlett ... Colin

Season 3, Episode 8: Peacemaker

20 December 1988
Margaret is hired to find a runaway rock star, and finally gets him back with Rocky's help. Ken, meanwhile is following a man who is supposedly cheating on his ex - wife's alimony payments. Getting to know and like the man, he finds that he is indeed cheating - but that his wife is also secretly living with a rich man. Ken is faced with a dilemma; does he betrays the ex - husband, or lie to his client?.

Robin Askwith ... Bograt
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Clive Owen ... Geoff
Karl Howman ... Lenny Bright

Michele Dotrice ... Nikki
Geoffrey Pye ... Hotel Manager
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Tessa Wyatt ... Elaine Bache

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Alexandra Bastedo ... Greta Van De Murge
Philip McGough ... Bert Ostler
Howard Belgard ... Unsavoury Pub Customer
Terence Hillyer ... Derek Bache
Barry Lankester ... Solicitor
Richard Huw ... Gary

Richard Cubison ... Jack
Jeffrey Chiswick ... Jon Bernard
Gordon Whiting ... Wally
Pamela Cundell ... Auntie Maisie
Alex Jones ... Yob
Valerie Blake ... Cathy
Bill Lund ... Building Site Watchman

Season 3, Episode 9: The Devil You Know

27 December 1988
When Ken and Margaret are used to provide a false alibi for a robber, they find themselves under suspicion from the police. Harry helps a fellow restaurateur to recover from damaging reviews of a nasty food journalist.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Paul Freeman ... Ronnie Hains

Jill Baker ... Mrs. Hains

Albert Welling ... Roger Evans
Helen Adie ... Christina - waitress at 'Skool Mealz'
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Mandy Perryment ... Ronnie Hains' Girlfriend

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Jamie Roberts ... DC Archie Pelham
Jean Alexander ... Rose
John Savident ... Gerald Neale

John Benfield ... Joyman
Paul Farla ... Security Guard
Peter Mackriel ... Jack (as Peter McKriel)

Season 3, Episode 10: Banbury Blue

3 January 1989
Sheep rustlers and rare - egg smugglers are tracked down, while Harry has to deal with unwanted attentions from a besotted admirer.

Season 3, Episode 11: One Reborn Every Minute

10 January 1989
Ken is hired by a American evangelical preacher to find out who is sabotaging his show in Birmingham and ruining his chances of winning a cable TV contract. Ken discovers that the culprits are the brothers of a rival preacher on the cable TV shortlist, but his sympathy for his client is short - lived when a friend of Harry's is left suffering from the effects of his faith - healing.
Kristoffer Tabori ... Jedediah Marshall

Philip O'Brien ... Jubal

Rolf Saxon ... Luke Hennessey
Ian Tyler ... Lee, Jedediah's Assistant

Judy Geeson ... Jolene Marshall

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Kelly Hunter ... Helen, stripper
Joan Hickson ... Delia

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Seymour Matthews ... Derek Wallace
Louis Mahoney ... Paul Fabricius
Ralph Lawton ... Pub Landlord
Edmund Pegge ... Mr. Allsop
Dawn Gosling ... Heather
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Martin Gower ... Gareth Pritchard
Sion Tudor Owen ... Owen Pritchard
Richard Davies ... Rev Cledwyn Pritchard
Rashid Karapiet ... Doctor
Lawrence Rew ... Man with Bad Leg (as Laurence Rew)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Fall and Rise of the Bowman Empire

17 January 1989
While Harry has to contend with mice, Ken is hired to keep an ex - con out of trouble;the ex - con turns out to be more than capable of looking after himself.
Berwick Kaler ... David Kelloway
Michael Attwell ... Arthur Mitchell
Patricia Hayes ... Elspeth Bowman

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Sarah Grace ... Crystal
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly
Jamie Roberts ... DC Archie Pelham
Stan Pretty ... Stan

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Ian Bleasdale ... Simon Dangerflower
Richard O'Callaghan ... Cecil Bowman
David Janes ... Wilf
Terence Booth ... Wally

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly

Jeremy Gittins ... Car Salesman
Philip Samms ... Eilan Morgan
Merelina Kendall ... Miss Barfield, Stansfield Hall Guide

Season 3, Episode 13: The Not So Lone Ranger

24 January 1989
Ken and Margaret help a jockey whose wife has been kidnapped to force him to lose a race. Rocky tracks down a beautiful graffiti artist, and Harry faces the nightmare of the Birmingham Trivial Pursuit Championship at the Plaza Suite.
Kenneth Farrington ... Terry Capel (as Ken Farrington)
Mark Kingston ... Sellaby
Amanda Burton ... Margaret Daly

Emma Davies ... Jo Daly
Emlyn Harris ... Malcolm Reilly
Daniel Peacock ... Georgie Pearlman

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Barrie Rutter ... Humphrey Pickles
Caroline Langrishe ... Charlotte 'Charlie' Hannigan
Billy Clarke ... Gerry Hannigan
John Burgess ... Johnson
Gerald Muchopa ... Boy on Bike

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Stan Pretty ... Stan
Teddie Thompson ... Linda
Robert Longden ... Boniface
Dicken Ashworth ... Tiny Richards
Annabelle Hampson ... Jamieson

Burt Kwouk ... Van Der Haan

Harry Van Gorkum ... Mungo
Matt Bradley ... Topside
Judith Scott ... H Angel
Freddie Boardley ... Accountant
Ann Aris ... Dance Teacher
John Penney ... Racing Commentator

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Walking Off Air

2 October 1989
In Nottingham, Ken Boon first assignment is to act as bodyguard for outspoken local DJ Eddie Cotton. Harry has gone into partnership with Helen Yeldham,owner of the Woodcote Park Country Club. Unfortunately Eddie gets himself into a compromising situation, and a rare toad threatens to scupper Harry's redevelopment plans.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Angie Hill ... Donna Delaney (as Angie Hill-Richmond)
Nicholas Ball ... Gerry Anscomb

Dexter Fletcher ... Eddie Cotton
Jeffrey Gear ... Tony Lyons
Annette Farrant ... Woodcote Park Receptionist

Freddie Jones ... David Tredegar
Bob Moore ... Waiter

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Shaughan Seymour ... Richard Gibbs

Gareth Thomas ... Bill Stone
Carol Bryan ... Barmaid
Stewart Porter ... Thug
Derek Parkes ... Butcher
Marilyn Moylan ... Savoy Hotel Receptionist
Bill Lund ... Security Man
John Peters ... Compere

Season 4, Episode 2: The Relief of Matty King

9 October 1989
Marty King, a local comedian staying at Woodcote Park, has a gambling habit that has left him heavily in debt to two young men, Rupert Cole and Tony Lawrence. Meanwhile, Ken is engaged by club owner Dick Vaughan to find out why his licence has not been renewed - and uncovers a connection to Cole and Lawrence.
Tim Healy ... Matty King

Murray Head ... Rupert Cole
Phil Rowlands ... Tony Lawrence (as Philip Rowlands)
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Clive Graham ... Dick Vaughan
Pat Connell ... Clerk
Maureen Caskett ... Magistrate
Jonathan Wyatt ... Vaughan's Solicitor
Jim Marsh ... CPS Solicitor
William Ivory ... Reporter
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Pippa Guard ... Jackie
Dianne Goldhawke ... Singer
Jimmy Willan ... Johnny Willan Show Band
Robert Austin ... Johnny Willan Show Band
Paul Brown ... Johnny Willan Show Band

Melanie Hill ... Susan
Joe van Dyke ... Club Manager
Susannah Pope ... Woman (as Susanna Pope)
Doug Porter ... Man
Lynette Edwards ... Doctor
Michael Cooke ... Man in Car / Manager
Sama Goldie ... Sama
Jenny Campbell ... Receptionist

Season 4, Episode 3: Vallance's Liberty

16 October 1989
A Tyrolean night at Woodcote Park is used as a clever for a gang of criminals to gain access to a house where they believe some plans are hidden; and Helen loses a 'daughter ' but gains a son when she takes Rocky under her wing following the sale of Texas Rangers.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
David Horovitch ... Terry Conroy
Carole Nimmons ... Gill Conroy
Reginald Marsh ... George Boxall
Rowena Cooper ... Irene Boxall
Martina Berne ... Wilhelmina

Kate Hardie ... Meryl Spicer
Brian Gwaspari ... Tom Vallance
Gordon Glenn ... Accordionist
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Robert Blythe ... Derek Marshall

Danny Webb ... Mike Hawkins, policeman (as Daniel Webb)
Gillian Eaton ... Karen Brocklehurst
Anthony Willis ... Gary Wheeler

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Bowen ... Car Hire Man
Ralph Watson ... Gerald Dickson

Season 4, Episode 4: Of Meissen Men

23 October 1989
Ken is engaged by Marion Kershaw to search for her missing husband, a businessman involved in the import/export trade. Ken and Harry find themselves handling stolen goods when they try to assist the police in a case involving the international theft of antiques.
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Joshua Le Touzel ... Christopher Heath
Jan Jennings ... Receptionist
Stephen Churchett ... Billy Hooper
Sean George ... Tony Price

Wanda Ventham ... Marion Kershaw
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
William Hoyland ... Peter Benson
Peter Kelly ... Eric Beveridge
Anthony Milner ... David Merrick

Danny Webb ... Mike Hawkins, Policeman (as Daniel Webb)

Tony Doyle ... Alan Eastwood, Policeman

Martin Clunes ... Viscount James Blackwater
Jenny Campbell ... 2nd Receptionist
Alfred Lynch ... Geoff Kershaw
Jack Hudson ... Nicholas Selby
Dave Roberts ... Mr. Relph

Season 4, Episode 5: Arms and the Dog

30 October 1989
Ben Fowkes, a young army demolition export, has deserted, and his father hires Ken to try and find him; Ben is now involved in an illegal boxing match in order to raise money to buy himself out, and Ken tries to stop the fight. Harry and Rocky, meanwhile are busy looking after Tinkerbell - a Champion greyhound.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Roger Booth ... Mr. Hancock

Joseph Marcell ... Charlie Fowkes
Nicholas Monu ... Ben Fowkes
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Bill Paterson ... Peter Mortan
Sarah-Jane Holm ... Alison Carter
Diana Weston ... Angela Hipkiss
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Stephen Moore ... Mr. Hipkiss
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
Richard Brennan ... Sergeant Wilson
Neil Murray ... Military Policeman 1
David J. Nichols ... Military Policeman 2
Rob Swinton ... Spectator at Dogtrack
Harry Toseland ... Spectator in Car
Roger Rowland ... Boyce
Frederick Hall ... 1st Man at Boxing Match
Carl Rigg ... 2nd Man at Boxing Match
John Conteh ... Valdez
Jon Arnold ... Referee

Season 4, Episode 6: Sickness and Health

6 November 1989
Helen gives shelter to a battered wife and two sons . The woman's doctor husband almost convinces Ken that his wife is having a nervous breakdown, but hie true character is revealed when he attempts to abduct the boys. Harry, meanwhile, is investigating thefts from patients rooms in a nursing home.
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Lucinda Curtis ... Chris
Susan Jameson ... Judy Shelley
Alexander Thornley ... Lee Shelley
James Tomlinson ... Simon Shelley

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Judy Cornwell ... Matron

Fabia Drake ... Mary Fraser
Carina Wyeth ... Sister Williams

Hugh Ross ... Patterson
Angela Mansel-Williams ... Annie the Cleaner

Jenny Funnell ... Nurse Doyle

Michael Shannon ... Peter Shelley (as Michael J Shannon)

Season 4, Episode 7: In It for the Monet

13 November 1989
Ken is on the two brothers who have each been left a half - share in their father's classic car - literally. At the same time, he assigns Rocky to trail an attractive young university student who seems to be suddenly in possession of a great deal of money. After suspecting her of selling her body for drugs, he discovers a more mundane source of income.
Nick Stringer ... Mr. Sheridan

Linda Bassett ... Mrs. Sheridan
Thomas Wheatley ... Andrew Barker
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Clare Holman ... Isobel Sheridan
Neil Clark ... Geoff
Jonathan Magnanti ... Martin

Patrick Malahide ... Dr. Michael Harrison
Pippa Haywood ... Dominique (as Phillipa Haywood)

Ian McNeice ... Graham Barker
Arturo Venegas ... Professor Alberti
Robin Meredith ... Aristocrat
Ayub Khan-Din ... Foreign Student

Karen Henthorn ... Female Student

Rachel Kempson ... Mrs. Barker
Erik Elieffson ... William
Tim Gatti ... Luigi
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham

Season 4, Episode 8: Do Not Forsake Me

20 November 1989
Ken is hired as a bodyguard by Bob Messener, a club owner on the run from brothers of his ex - partner Sammy Robinsonwho is in prison - of so Bob thinks. Harry meanwhile, has a nasty environmental problem apparently caused by his farmer neighbour.

Stephen Marcus ... Curly Robinson
Gary Olsen ... Geoff Robinson

Brian Hall ... Freddy Tucker

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Ian Collier ... Mike

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

David Calder ... Robert Messener
Anthony Valentine ... Sammy Robinson
Reg Creswell ... News Vendor
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Harry Jones ... Jim
Roberta Thayne ... Receptionist
John Vine ... Solicitor
Trevor Peake ... Mr. Burrows

Tony Monroe ... Club Manager

Greg Hicks ... Douglas Cruikshank
Alan Granton ... Bartender
David Ellison ... Mr. Ditton
Barbara Keogh ... Mrs. Robinson

Gabrielle Lloyd ... Natalie Robinson

Elaine Donnelly ... Cook

Season 4, Episode 9: Love Letters from a Dead Man

27 November 1989
Barbara Lake hires Ken to find out why she is receiving letters signed by her husband, who died in a plane crash six months ago. The letters leads her to a large amount of hidden money,but someone is watching her every move, meanwhile Helen's cycling nephew Ian is being blackmailed by a doctor of a rival cycling team.
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Patrick Field ... Ian

Sheila Gish ... Barbara Lake

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Andy Mulligan ... Hughie Lennox

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
Valentine Pelka ... Charlie Cochrane

Michael Culver ... Greg Simpson
Adrian Luty ... Hinshelwood
John Dixon ... Soignier
Richard Butler ... Ingram
Annette Farrant ... Receptionist
Brian James ... Reporter
Philip Simmons ... Hotel Waiter
Kim Durham ... Team Manager

Season 4, Episode 10: Big Game Hunt

4 December 1989
Ken uncovers the secret life of Nina, wife of the unpleasant, violent and scheming Detective Sergeant Brock. Meanwhile Harry's plans a medieval banqueting tents at Woodcote Park do not meet with universal approval.
Paul Ridgway ... Bison 1
Donald Douglas ... Head Bison

David Ryall ... Derek Donaghue
Igor Gridneff ... Bison Milner
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Ewan Stewart ... Vincent Brack
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Frances Tomelty ... Nina Brack
Walter Simpson ... The Drunk
David Barrass ... Baldwin

Ian Reddington ... Laker
Cindy O'Callaghan ... Roxanne

Lorraine Ashbourne ... Judy, Prostitute
John Pennington ... Chief Superintendent
Mike McKenzie ... Pianist

Season 4, Episode 11: Don't Buy from Me, Argentina

11 December 1989
An Argentinian polo team are practising at Woodcote park while Helen makes eyes at the captain , Ken keeps his on Merrily Curtis, an English girl involved in a insurance scam over a brood mare. Back at the office Rocky agrees to collect a valuable painting for a client; he is about to become a pawn in a war between a husband and wife.

Oliver Cotton ... Raoul Gomez
Benedick Blythe ... Celestino da Silva
Sabina Franklyn ... Merrily Curtis

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Tony Steedman ... Thomas Kilverton
Juan Ramírez ... Flamenco Guitarist
Choy-Ling Man ... Oriental Girl (as Choy-Lin Man)
Mary Blatchford ... Equine Lady

Kenneth Cranham ... Aiden Curtis
Martin Sadler ... Lackey
Malcolm Stoddard ... David Rennet
Wendy Gifford ... Mrs. Kilverton
John James ... Policeman
John Packham ... Gardener

Season 4, Episode 12: All in a Day's Pork

18 December 1989
Ken is hired by the secretary of Sanderson Meats to find out who is stealing dictaphone tapes from her desk, and uncovers scheme by Mr Sanderson and his son-in-law to import pornography. Meanwhile, Harry has a spot of bother with has latest acquisition - a talking parrot.

Karl Johnson ... Joe
Jane Lowe ... Amelia Woods

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Ken Jones ... Ben Seymour

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham

Simon Chandler ... Trevor
Ken Sharrock ... Bert
Campbell Morrison ... Brian, Black Knight
Sam Miller ... Mark, White Knight
Angela Walsh ... Jayne

Pamela Bellwood ... Rebecca Patterson
Clare Owen ... Mrs. Sandford
Leslie Sands ... Mr. Sandford
Patricia Varley ... Old Woman
Tony Melody ... Mr. Brown
Joe Windley ... Solicitor
Brian Hinksman ... Jousting Commentator

Season 4, Episode 13: The Eyes of Texas

20 December 1989
Ken has spent the night with Rebecca, while burglars have vandalised his office. Harry is looking at buying a club,but is warned off by his accountant, who tells him that his finances are in a bad way. Both men seem to be facing an uncertain future.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Pamela Bellwood ... Rebecca Patterson

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Terry Richards ... Bouncer 1
Tip Tipping ... Shiner
Kimberley Hope ... Burglar
Mick Tarff ... Burglar
Steve Money ... Bouncer 2
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Brigit Forsyth ... Helen Yeldham
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
Nigel Lambert ... Hugo Hawkins
Emlyn Price ... Malcolm Quire
Lizzie Sharman ... Receptionist

Jeremy Nicholas ... Tom Patterson
Andrew McCulloch ... Vic Carpenter
Helena Little ... Sister Leary
Nicky Henson ... Terry Patterson
Trevor Cooper ... Detective Inspector
Glen Buglass ... Detective Constable
Iggy Navarro ... Pub barman
Mike Eastman ... Police Sergeant (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Trouble in the Fields

25 September 1990
Ken is hired by an environmental group to investigate water pollution, and finds that the pollution is not only dirty business going on. Meanwhile, Harry's plans to start a security business suffers a setback when his bank manager refuses him a loan.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'

Trevor Peacock ... Dr. Sinclair Lewis

Paul Higgins ... Simon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Paul Barber ... Angus
Sarah Porter ... Cara, barmaid at 'The Drum'
Valentina Yakunina ... Irena Tadeusz
Kit Jackson ... Mr. Statter, Bank Manager
Tom Radcliffe ... Andrew, Irena's Boyfriend
Marjorie Bland ... Julia Nichols
Tony Bluto ... Council Clerk

Meera Syal ... Council Supervisor
Aubrey Phillips ... Compere

Season 5, Episode 2: Tales from the River Bank

2 October 1990
Men's back in business with a new boat, new offices and a new name for the company because Harry and Ken are now in partnership,running Crawford Boon Security (CBS); Ken runs the investigations and Harry acts as a security consultant. Sadly the clients do not change.
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
David Neville ... Hobson

George Rossi ... Dilkes

Frederik de Groot ... Peter
Luke Hanson ... Hank
Ann Firbank ... Mrs. Walters
Harry Toseland ... Mr. Roberts

Jonathan Newth ... Lawrence Varlish
David Dixon ... DS Don Speed

Dermot Crowley ... Geoffrey Phillips
William Russell ... John Losely (as Russell Enoch)
Leon Tanner ... Superintendent

Season 5, Episode 3: Rival Eyes

9 October 1990
An Irish builder asks Ken to investigate a break- in and theft of cash at the office, while women spell trouble for the two friends when Ken goes to investigate a burglary and Harry moves house and Rocky lodges with him.
Emmaline Weston ... Caitlin O'Rourke
James Ellis ... Thomas O'Rourke
Diane Langton ... Sylvia Clayborough

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Patti Love ... Vivienne Blake
Danny McGrath ... Brian Jonson
Tony Caron ... Site Foreman
Emer McCourt ... Bernadette O'Rourke
Gary Mavers ... Shane
Gerry Colvin ... Band
Dave Bolstridge ... Band
Jim Bates ... Band
Chris Ward ... Irish Club Barman
Samuel Harvey ... Bernadette's Baby
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'
Jared Morgan ... Fire Officer

Season 5, Episode 4: A Night at the Ballet

16 October 1990
Ken and company are kept on their toes when they spend a night overseeing security at the ballet and encounter rather more drama than they bargained for.
Mac McDonald ... Kelp
Joanna Roth ... Jan Melzer

Marcus D'Amico ... Peter Sorreno
Harry Ditson ... Eckford
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Tony Caunter ... Bertie

Eleanor Bron ... Enrica Montanini

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Michael Redfern ... Police Inspector
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Paul Williamson ... Sir Malcolm
Rosemary Frankau ... Lady Elizabeth
Ivor Roberts ... Lord Mayor
John Rogan ... Father Blenheim
Ray Charleson ... Tony Margiotta
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'
Graham Colclough ... Head Porter (as Graeme Colclough)
Laura Contardi ... Ballet Dancer
Tim Almaas ... Ballet Dancer
Helen Lawrence ... Enrica Montanini's singing voice

Season 5, Episode 5: Work, Rest & Play

23 October 1990
Ken takes a job minding a tough Glaswegian footballer who finds it hard to keep his eyes on the ball; Harry is kept busy by a contract to guard some puppies, and a request to organise the pub's football team for this match with a team from a nearby prison with Rocky keeping goal.
Joseph Brady ... Donny McGregor
Gareth Parrington ... Young Boy

John Hannah ... Willie Connolly
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Rachel Fielding ... Belinda Parsons
Donald Gee ... Bob Barnet
Hywel Williams-Ellis ... Barry Evans
Sarah Porter ... Cara, barmaid at 'The Drum'
William Simons ... Tom, Prison Warder

Julie Graham ... Moira Connolly
Mavis Pugh ... Lady in Office
Ellis Dale ... Mr. Knight
Maggie Mullarkey ... Nurse
Brian Clough ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 6: Bully Boys

30 October 1990
Ken and Harry are shocked when they delve into the affairs of a local landlord and discover that he is trying to evict good tenants. And Laura and Rocky decide to teach a schoolteacher bully a lesson he won't forget.
Anna Cropper ... Beth Benson

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Gregory Chisholm ... Greg Willis
Ewan Hooper ... Jack Benson

Lesley Dunlop ... Geraldine Watters
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Kate Rutter ... Ms Kite

Sean Connolly ... Librarian
John Salthouse ... Nick Fuller

Denis Lawson ... James Marian
Nina Thomas ... Mrs. Collins
Graham Stark ... Charlie Luce
Tom Roberts ... Skipper

Steve Paget ... Opposition Number 4
Terry Rudge ... Clive

Jim Townsend ... Dave
Richard Driscoll ... Butch (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Belles of St. Godwalds

6 November 1990
Harry and Ken are called upon to investigate some very strange goings-on at a private school for girls.
Nick Reding ... Perry
Eric Allan ... Tick Tock
Amelia Shankley ... Justina Bradleigh
Clinton Blake ... Jason

David McCallum ... Simon Bradleigh

Shelagh McLeod ... Hester McCullock

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Victoria Scarborough ... Monica

Judy Loe ... Deborah

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Helen Lindsay ... Davina Barclay
Kate Reynolds ... Lucy (as Katie Reynolds)
Sheridan Forbes ... Perry's Secretary
Carrie Grant ... Hairdresser's Receptionist (as Carrie Gray)
Anthony Wise ... Theo
Peter Dineen ... Newsagent
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
Marie Helvin ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 8: Burning Ambition

13 November 1990
Ken finds himself being interrogated about a crime he did not commit, thanks to a jilted lover and a lying husband. Harry is approached by an elderly man who wants to rent space in the warehouse - a request that is not quite as innocent as it sounds.
Liz James ... Principal Officer
Robin Stubbs ... Social Worker
Robin Weaver ... Lorraine Simpson / Fiona Harper

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Ronald Fraser ... Len Drumgold
Michael Thomas ... Dennis Harper
Britt Morrow ... Cheryl
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Bill Moody ... Lorry Driver
Julie Peasgood ... Sue Harper
Lesley Duff ... Liz Simpson
Vivienne Burgess ... Old Lady
Kenneth MacDonald ... Arthur Dixon, RSPCA Officer

John McEnery ... DS Bryant
Billy Hartman ... DC Forsyth
Jill Johnson ... Mrs. Drumgold
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
David McEwan ... Uniformed Sergeant
Ian Flintoff ... Jack Stennings, Solicitor
Anna Gilbert ... Hotel Receptionist

Malcolm Tomlinson ... Desk Sergeant
Tim Bannerman ... Hotel Manager

Season 5, Episode 9: Undercover

20 November 1990
Laura and Rocky are asked to tail a man recently released from prison, and the owner of a motorbike shop enlists Ken's help in recovering a bike sold to a customer who provided a bogus name and bank details.

Phil Daniels ... Joe
Buster Bloodvessel ... Lolita (as Buster Bloodvessle)
Emma Rice ... Mo
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Stephen Persaud ... Victor Howells
Dave Atkins ... Gabby McKintosh

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Trevor Butler ... Tenant
Al Fiorentini ... Stall Owner
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Malcolm Sinclair ... Mr. Pollock / Sinton
Ron Tarr ... Proprietor of Bikers' Cafe

Colin Spaull ... Ambulanceman
Donna Smith ... Ambulancewoman
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'

Pete Postlethwaite ... Steve McLaughlin

Shend ... Werewolf

Season 5, Episode 10: Daddy's Girl

27 November 1990
Wedding bells are ringing - but the nearest Ken and Harry get to the festivities is installing security cameras for the big day. They observe both family members and guests behaving suspiciously, and soon find themselves witness to nefarious activities.

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Helena Michell ... Kate Bolton
James Saxon ... Rupert de Borchgrave
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Nicholas Jones ... Johnny Hunter

Lionel Jeffries ... Sir Alan Bolton

Susannah York ... Lady Tessa Bolton

Owen Teale ... Philip Braithwaite
Kate Littlewood ... Conception, aka 'Contraception'

Helen Atkinson Wood ... P P Mackay, dressmaker (as Helen Atkinson-Wood)
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie
Tony Caunter ... Bertie

Season 5, Episode 11: Best Left Buried

4 December 1990
Rocky is in love again - this time with a female snooker player. Someone is trying to undermine Ken , who has a contract to guard a building site, so nothing goes according to plan.
Paul Angelis ... Frank

Michael Gough ... Donald Bannerman
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Tony Caunter ... Bertie

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Julia Hills ... Dr. Freda Butler

Jane Horrocks ... Trisha Downey
Lee Montague ... DS McKinley
Paul Bradley ... Clerk

Derek Fowlds ... Jack Fentiman
Tank James ... Snooker Opponent

Ron Cook ... Derek Kline
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'
Tenniel Evans ... Mickey Tucker
Willie Thorne ... Himself
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard

Season 5, Episode 12: Thicker Than Water

11 December 1990
A fairground Ferris wheel owner helps Ken out on his latest case, and Rocky takes on the case of a recovering trial - winning sheepdog which has been stolen.
Ciaran Madden ... Margery Keeverton
Spencer Leigh ... Ian Goran
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Alan Hockey ... Joe Trevellyan
Brendan P. Healy ... Calum Trevellyan (as Brendan Healy)

Benjamin Whitrow ... Peter Haymon
Jona Jones ... Duty Officer
Bill Thomas ... Davies

Beryl Reid ... Pat Goran
Anthony Dawes ... Graham
Okon Jones ... Rattle

Season 5, Episode 13: The Tender Trap

19 December 1990
Ken is in for a few surprises when he investigates a woman whose husband suspects her of adultery, while a chirpy Liverpudian teenager asks him to trace the father she's never known. Harry, meanwhile decides to organise a Christmas party then worries that nobody will turn up.

Cheryl Campbell ... Pamela Drake

Art Malik ... Alex Cavendish

Michael Müller ... Ralph (as Michael Mueller)

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Emma Wray ... Pandora
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Ronald Pickup ... Lawrence Drake
Zulema Dene ... Mrs. Peplow
Helen Blizard ... Shop Assistant
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie
Ben Aris ... Maitre D'

Elizabeth Spriggs ... Mrs. Whitfield
Virginia Lester ... Secretary

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Help Me Make It Through the Night

24 September 1991


Michael Feast ... John Dewar

Jenny Agutter ... Melissa Dewar

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Chris O'Connell ... Paint Man

Richard Cordery ... Patrick Dunn, postman

Stephen Dillane ... Paul Lyle
Jim Barclay ... Jim Curtis
Tim Wylton ... John Pritchard
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Mark Lambert ... Stan

Sophie Thompson ... Vicky 'Mouthpiece'
Robin Kyle ... Deck Chair Attendant
Michael Attwell ... John Milne (as Mike Attwell)

Cliff Parisi ... John Preston
Stevie Harris ... Hotel Maid
Dorothy Anne Stiven ... Dewar's Secretary

David Collings ... Detective Inspector

Season 6, Episode 2: Two Men in a Vault

1 October 1991

Season 6, Episode 3: Trial and Error

8 October 1991

Stanley Page ... Court Clerk
Roger Brierley ... Judge
Louisa Rix ... Diana Fawley QC, Defence Barrister

James Fleet ... Keith Dawson, Prosecution Barrister

Sean McGinley ... Michael Roach
Sudha Bhuchar ... Mrs. Hussain
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Bhasker Patel ... Aziz Hussain (as Bhasker)
Hugh Lloyd ... George Jenkins
Gabrielle Blunt ... May Jenkins

David Bowles ... Charlie

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Martin Matthews ... Court Usher
Wayne Foskett ... Jimmy Craven

Sorcha Cusack ... Kathleen Roach

Clive Mantle ... Eric Wetherby
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie
Jason Salkey ... Simon Perfect

Season 6, Episode 4: Coverup

15 October 1991


Christopher Eccleston ... Mark
Lee Whitlock ... John Strong

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Marjorie Yates ... Pam Strong

Matthew Marsh ... Dr. James Harlon
Lesley Nightingale ... Liz Harlon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Elizabeth Ash ... Hilary Forde
Robert Morgan ... William
Carmen Du Sautoy ... Ann Fielding
Laura Beckford ... Receptionist

Season 6, Episode 5: The Barefaced Contessa

22 October 1991

Robin McCaffrey ... Isabella Di Cesare
Gemma Craven ... Contessa Jean Di Cesare

Frank Williams ... Auctioneer
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Robert Demeger ... Jerry Owens
Ian Sears ... Enzo

Natasha Gray ... Chambermaid
Catherine Bassill ... Musician
Cordelia Prescott ... Musician
Richard Wade ... Musician

Season 6, Episode 6: Lie of the Land

29 October 1991

Season 6, Episode 7: Lost on the Range

5 November 1991

David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Kate Buffery ... Greta Batten

Cathryn Bradshaw ... Meia

Angharad Rees ... Helen Davison
Terence Rigby ... Vincent Batten

Jesse Birdsall ... Jordan

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Russell Gold ... Traveller
Bryan Pringle ... Bull
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Dixon ... DS Don Swift
Susan Tordoff ... Policewoman
Matt Bradley ... Policeman
Nicholas McCardle ... Mr. James (as Nicholas McArdle)

Season 6, Episode 8: Pillow Talk

12 November 1991


Timothy Spall ... Bill Webster
Liza Walker ... Emma Mortlake

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Isla Blair ... Caroline Mortlake

James Laurenson ... Eddie Morgan

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Bill Nighy ... Steve Reeves

Julia Lane ... Penny
Stephen Mapes ... Head Waiter
Michael Mawby ... Security Guard (as Mike Mawby)

Season 6, Episode 9: Cab Rank Cowboys

19 November 1991

Season 6, Episode 10: Houseguests

26 November 1991

David Daker ... Harry Crawford

James Purefoy ... Alan Bridges
Kirsten Hughes ... Kate Hindley

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Fiona Mollison ... Lisa Simmons
James Taylor ... James Pettigrew
Jan Chappell ... Penny Chapman

Terry Pearson ... Auctioneer
Mary MacLeod ... Elly
Gregory de Polnay ... Piers Burrage

Season 6, Episode 11: Bad Pennies

3 December 1991

Mel Martin ... Jessica Marston

Warren Clarke ... Stan Keating

John Bowe ... Malcolm Marston
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Bradley ... Gladys Swann

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh
Julia Dunlop ... Annabelle Marston
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie
George Malpas ... Gardener
Robert Angell ... Publican
Nick Burnell ... Bill

Season 6, Episode 12: When Harry Met Janice

10 December 1991

Alexander Hanson ... Mr. Forster
Lizzy McInnerny ... Janice Phillips

Dennis Waterman ... Jack Phillips
Peter Jonfield ... Ron Althorpe
Milton Johns ... Roland Salmon

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Ron Berglas ... Mr. Wadkins
Duncan Preston ... Mr. Stainrod
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Richard Platt ... DC Chilvers

Richard Hope ... DS Keogh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Season 6, Episode 13: Stamp Duty

17 December 1991

Bridget Turner ... Gran Mulholland
Philip Aldridge ... Defence Counsel
Michael Hanbury ... Judge
Martin Poole ... Paul Booth
Maureen Beattie ... Stella Booth

Ron Donachie ... Dougie
Denzil Pugh ... Clerk
Colin Bower ... Court Usher
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Ursula Jones ... Mrs. Barratt

James Nesbitt ... Martin Mulholland
John Grillo ... Edwin Brett

Camille Coduri ... Naomi
Peter Sproule ... Pugh

Season 6, Episode 14: The Night Before Christmas

24 December 1991


Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Gerard Horan ... Eddie

Alfred Molina ... Mike Hubble
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Jill Gascoine ... Jo Beckett

Peter Vaughan ... Ray Beckett
Geff Francis ... Stan
Roger Bingham ... Vicar
Marcia Warren ... Joyce Campbell
Elizabeth Carling ... Laura Marsh

Douglas Henshall ... Johnny

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Christina Greatrex ... Dr. McCord
Dave Hill ... Harold

Garry Cooper ... Dave Woolfe
Maggie McCarthy ... Landlady
Amanda Dickinson ... Sales Assistant

Clarke Peters ... Himself
P.P. Arnold ... Herself

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: MacGuffin's Transputer

8 September 1992


Peter McEnery ... Robert MacGuffin

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman
Lucy Briers ... Maggie, Temp Secretary
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
John Pennington ... Mr. Wilton, Alex's Father

Daniel Craig ... Jim Parham
Julia St John ... Liz Kennedy

Tilly Blackwood ... Shirelle
Bruce Alexander ... Henry Maple
Denzil Pugh ... Drunk

Season 7, Episode 2: Queen's Gambit

15 September 1992

Season 7, Episode 3: Walkout

22 September 1992


Deborah Norton ... Mrs. Van Bueren
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
Trevor Cooper ... Bernie Smith

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Debra Beaumont ... Melanie King

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Beames ... Fraser / Potts

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman

Albert Moses ... Indian Waiter
Oliver Smith ... Smudger, landlord of 'The Drum'
Anne Jameson ... Mrs. Windrush, Landlady

Robert Llewellyn ... Mr. Fenton
David Gooderson ... Bank Manager

Richard Durden ... Mr. Holden
Kenneth Farrington ... Mr. King (as Ken Farrington)
Frank Lazarus ... Mr. Van Bueren
Gordon Coulson ... Don Kellet
Mike Eastman ... Security Man (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Deadline

29 September 1992


Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
James Hazeldine ... DS Corrigan
Mike Dowling ... Scene of Crime Officer
Benny Young ... DS Ted Hatchard
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Christine Absalom ... Hospital Sister

Clare Higgins ... Christine Pryall
Joanna Wake ... Receptionist

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman
Taylor McAuley ... Willy

Barry Aird ... Billy
Jo Unwin ... Jo
Julia Deakin ... Frank
Niall O'Brien ... Jed Pryall
Andrew Bell ... Supermarket Manager

Season 7, Episode 5: Away from It All

6 October 1992

Tom Beard ... Palmer
Jane Cunliffe ... Jayne Palmer

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
Roger Hyams ... Harry's Doctor

Nicholas Gleaves ... Carl

Lynn Farleigh ... Mrs Nora Middleton
Robert Reynolds ... Richard Henderson
David Ashton ... Mr. Parris
Desmond Barrit ... Father McShane
Richard Braine ... Miles Overton
Morgan Jones ... Jonty

Season 7, Episode 6: Message in a Bottle

13 October 1992

Josh Maguire ... Daniel Newsome

Diana Hardcastle ... Kate Newsome

Geoffrey Hughes ... Tiny Tim
Tom Watt ... Steve

David Schofield ... Vince

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Kate Rhodes ... Belinda Crowthers
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman

David Bowles ... Vinny, Pub Landlord
Robert Oates ... Stan Knowles
Robert Putt ... Tom Mulhearn
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Martin Jarvis ... Malcolm Ashforth
Barbara Ewing ... Patty Ashforth
James Warrior ... Sid
Gawn Grainger ... Joseph Newsome
Jeff Nuttall ... Darts M.C.

Richard Armitage ... Man in Pub (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 7: The Sharp End

20 October 1992


Niall Toibin ... Neville Crane
Pamela Duncan ... Mrs. Crane

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman

Steven O'Donnell ... Terry Holloway
Alex Tetteh-Lartey ... Tommy
Carolyn Pickles ... Sarah Blake

Andrew Schofield ... Gavin

Richard Ridings ... Keith
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Nadio Fortune ... Italian Chef
Peter Kelly ... Peter Allinson
Gordon Winter ... Christopher
Susan Jane Bentley ... Carol
Mark Johnson ... Mac
Roger Sloman ... Raymond Pearce
Pat Coombs ... Doris

Season 7, Episode 8: Is There Anybody There?

27 October 1992


David Haig ... Jim Fisk

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Ronnie Leek ... Mac
Neale McGrath ... 2nd Thief
Margery Mason ... Mrs. Whitworth
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
William Armstrong ... Paul Carpenter
Erica Grant ... Jude
David Troughton ... Terry Carpenter
Trevyn McDowell ... Marion Carstairs
Suzanne Burden ... Caitlin Carpenter

Thomas Craig ... Barry Winder

Jonathan Coy ... Mark Hardcastle
Barry Woolgar ... Mr. Lewis

Season 7, Episode 9: Minder

3 November 1992

Brian Abbott ... Court Clerk
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Paul Freeman ... Edward Cameron
Christine Kavanagh ... Mona Cameron
Philip Childs ... Solicitor

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Sean Gallagher ... Tony Heard
Nicholas Spanswick ... Mark Cameron

Mark Benton ... Charlie Hardiman
Ralph Arliss ... Ron (as Raiph Arliss)
Belinda Davison ... Lee
Peter Forbes ... Policeman
Nick Maloney ... Policeman
Helen Clare ... Hotel Receptionist

Season 7, Episode 10: Love or Money

10 November 1992


Philip Martin Brown ... Maurice
Pip Donaghy ... Neville

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Freda Dowie ... Eileen Wooley

Norman Bird ... Bob Wooley
Michael Turner ... Lawrence Bird
David Glover ... Celebrity
Julia Negus ... Receptionist

Marion Bailey ... Sheila
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
Ged McKenna ... Mechanic
Nigel Dolman ... Bank Teller
Robert Wilkinson ... Airline Steward

Season 7, Episode 11: Blackballed

17 November 1992

David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Philip Whitchurch ... DS Hadlett

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
Susan Tracy ... DI Devro
Dave Roberts ... Devro's DC

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy
Stewart Harwood ... Custody Sergeant
Philip McGough ... Dennis Chapel

Leslie Phillips ... Alan Steen
Robert Lang ... Geoffrey Jackson
Michael Angelis ... Don Feldman
James Garbutt ... Jack Keel
Elizabeth Kelly ... Lucy Keel
Wolf Christian ... Mechanic

Season 7, Episode 12: Whispering Grass

24 November 1992

Colin Farrell ... Jack Morris

Sean Pertwee ... David Kennedy

Vincent Regan ... Robert Cady
Bill Moody ... Grizzly
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
David Daker ... Harry Crawford

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Robert Glenister ... Mr. Richards
Allan Surtees ... Frank Hayes
Lynne Pearson ... Ruth
Jimmy Yuill ... Eric

Lloyd McGuire ... M.C.

Allan Corduner ... Dennis
Trevor Byfield ... Kevin Tracken
John Straiton ... Craddock

Season 7, Episode 13: Shot in the Dark

1 December 1992


Stephen Tompkinson ... Stephen Alwyn

Michael Kitchen ... Donald Blake
Arthur Kelly ... Detective Sergeant
Eve Matheson ... Rebecca Blake
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie
Peter Sproule ... Jack Taylor
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
Britta Smith ... Mary O'Haren
Anthony Jackson ... Bert
Brian Murphy ... Buster
Carl Brincat ... Jason

Carol Ann Crawford ... Nurse
Mary Pegler ... Doctor

Season 7, Episode 14: Thieves Like Us

1 May 1995


Michael Elphick ... Ken Boon
David Daker ... Harry Crawford
Tony Guilfoyle ... Clerk, receptionist

Nick Dunning ... Bruce Aurit

Neil Morrissey ... Rocky Cassidy

Jason Isaacs ... Mike Puckett
Saskia Wickham ... Alex Wilton
Aaron Shirley ... Lennie

Philip Voss ... Jeremy Walters

Dora Bryan ... Simone, a Forger
Maureen Hibbert ... Dawn

Fiona Gillies ... Claire Walters
Tom Mannion ... Max Cone
Bill Leadbitter ... DI Lytell
Michael Percival ... Father
Madelaine Newton ... Mother
Metin Marlow ... Guard
Alison Mee ... Pianist
Laura Hughes ... Eldest Daughter

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