A six-part story of the staff and the owner, an unscrupulous media magnate, of Sunday Register, a fictional newspaper company located on London's Fleet Street where most British national newspaper companies where located until the 1980s.
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Roy Marsden ...
 John Bennet (6 episodes, 1986)
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 Paula Croxley (6 episodes, 1986)
Michael Graham Cox ...
 Alan Merton (6 episodes, 1986)
Douglas Lambert ...
 Walter Schiff (6 episodes, 1986)
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 Toby Greene (6 episodes, 1986)
Ian Thompson ...
 Jim Fowler (6 episodes, 1986)
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 Debbie Cartwright (5 episodes, 1986)
Jonathan Moore ...
 David Stone (5 episodes, 1986)
Alan MacNaughtan ...
 Frank Ormsby (4 episodes, 1986)
Tenniel Evans ...
 David Clare (3 episodes, 1986)
Virginia Lester ...
 Angela (3 episodes, 1986)
Martin Stone ...
 Mike Neilson / ... (3 episodes, 1986)
Arthur White ...
 Ted Lamb (3 episodes, 1986)
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A six-part story of the staff and the owner, an unscrupulous media magnate, of Sunday Register, a fictional newspaper company located on London's Fleet Street where most British national newspaper companies where located until the 1980s.

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28 September 1986 (UK)  »

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Sisäsivun jutut  »

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Former British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, has a cameo role as himself. See more »

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this is now playing in Japan
22 December 2005 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

Writing to let interested people know that this whole series of film with Roy Marsden is now playing in Japan on The Mystery Channel, with Japanese subtitles.

It's very interesting to see the different type of Police/detective TV series that were shown then. Different because many aspects of the making are different from those made now in the UK - the camera angles, film/tape quality,acting style, directing style are all significantly changed now.

Its another question as to whether the change is for the better or the worse. I was only a teenager when these films were originally broadcast, so didn't watch them first time around. I think many younger people now would find the pacing very slow, though I prefer it actually.

In addition, a lady I went to University with is acting in one of the films - nice to see her again!


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