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Season: 1
Year: 1991


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: It Couldn't Happen Here

6 June 1991
One of Michael Murray's first acts as newly elected council leader is to terrorize his former teacher, Mr. Weller. Then he stages a "Day of Action" against the Conservative government but clashes with Jim Nelson, the headmaster of a school for children with special needs.
David Ross ... Mr Weller

Robert Lindsay ... Michael Murray
John Henshaw ... Minder 1
Al Brierley ... Minder 2
Sean Naughton ... Minder 3
Alan Igbon ... Teddy

Stephen Hall ... Young Michael Murray

Jane Danson ... Eileen Critchley (as Jane Dawson)
Dee Orr ... Schoolmistress
Bert Gaunt ... Caretaker 1

Philip Whitchurch ... Franky Murray

Julie Walters ... Mrs. Murray

Andrew Schofield ... Peter
Ayesa Toure ... Monica (as Ayesa Touré)
James Tomlinson ... Stan
Norman Mills ... Red Neck Councillor
Cliff Howells ... Joseph Cartwright

Paul Butterworth ... Terry - Director of Education

William Gaunt ... Hunningdon
Michelle Atkinson ... Young Barbara
Clifford Rose ... Judge Critchley
Serena Harragin ... Miss Hutchinson
Iain Ormsby-Knox ... Two-Bouncers

Michael Palin ... Jim Nelson
Daniel Street-Brown ... Robby Burns
Bill Stewart ... Geoff
Jake Abraham ... Black Waiter (as Jake Abrahams)
Julia St John ... Diane Niarchos

Dearbhla Molloy ... Laura Nelson
Michael Angelis ... Martin Niarchos

John Shrapnel ... Dr Jacobs
Paul Daneman ... Mervyn Sloan
Tom Georgeson ... Lou Barnes
Paul Oldham ... Joey Thug
Gary Mavers ... Billy Thug
Wayne Foskett ... Macker Thug
Chris Hargreaves ... Scrawny Thug
Karl Barry ... Fifth Thug (as Carl Barry)
Ian Hartley ... Joel
Christopher Halliday ... McKenzie
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Bubbles
Steve Halliwell ... Bubbles' Friend
Jimmy Mulville ... Researcher
Jim Pope ... Presenter
Tony Broughton ... Conservative Speaker
John Capps ... Conservative Aid
Peter Faulkner ... Radio Journalist

Anna Friel ... Susan Nelson
Hayley Fairclough ... Jessica Nelson
Edward Mallon ... Mark Nelson
David Scase ... Caretaker 2
Colin Douglas ... Frank Twist

Niall Toibin ... Michael Murray Snr

Amanda Jane Fleming ... Kath (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Only Here on a Message

13 June 1991
When Jim becomes a local hero in a tragic accident, Michael has his thugs back off. He's appalled when his political "friends," Lou and Peter, next suggest provoking racial violence in the city, but two words--Eileen Critchley--bring him around. Michael also falls for a mysterious stranger, while Jim develops a fear of bridges.

Season 1, Episode 3: Send a Message to Michael

20 June 1991
Jim plans a summer holiday that avoids bridges. Meanwhile, the beautiful Barbara Douglas seems more interested in Michael's past than in his advances, even visiting his mother. To make matters worse, Jim and Michael have a violent confrontation.

Season 1, Episode 4: Message Sent

27 June 1991
Thanks to Mr. Weller, Jim finally has something he can use against Michael: his enemy's old school records. But Barbara would like to get her hands on them as well. Tormented by messages purportedly from Eileen Critchley, Michael is a nervous wreck. Barbara offers to calm him down--in her hotel room.

Season 1, Episode 5: Message Received

4 July 1991
Feeling like a new man after his night with Barbara, Michael attempts to regain control of his city and put a stop to the incipient racial violence. Believing they have eluded their tormenters, Jim and his family arrive in North Wales. And Lou and Peter reveal their mission to a reporter.

Season 1, Episode 6: Message Understood

11 July 1991
When the plotters raid the Nelsons' holiday home and steal Michael's school records, both men start to realize that they are pawns in someone else's game. Even scheming Barbara begins to sympathize with Michael and wonders who her real friends are.

Season 1, Episode 7: Over and Out

18 July 1991
As the city erupts into flames, Jim confronts Michael, Michael faces those who plotted his downfall, and Barbara sees the light. When an old conspiracy is revealed, everything Michael ever believed is turned upside down, and the Nelsons look to the future.
Ayesa Toure ... Monica (as Ayesa Touré)

Paul Butterworth ... Terry - Director of Education

Robert Lindsay ... Michael Murray
Alan Igbon ... Teddy

Dearbhla Molloy ... Laura Nelson

Michael Palin ... Jim Nelson

Anna Friel ... Susan Nelson
Edward Mallon ... Mark Nelson
Hayley Fairclough ... Jessica Nelson
Chris Darwin ... Barry
Ken Kitson ... Vince
Daniel Massey ... Grosvenor
Michael Angelis ... Martin Niarchos
Michael Fernandez ... Jake
Jimmy Mulville ... Researcher
Debra Gillett ... Sylvia
Rachel Laurence ... Hotel Receptionist
Chris Hargreaves ... Scrawny Thug
Paul Oldham ... Joey Thug
Gary Mavers ... Billy Thug (credit only)
Wayne Foskett ... Macker Thug
Karl Barry ... Fifth Thug (as Carl Barry)

Andrew Schofield ... Peter
Clifford Rose ... Judge Critchley
Christopher Halliday ... McKenzie
Ian Hartley ... Joel

Lindsay Duncan ... Barbara Douglas

Jean Anderson ... Dr. Goldup
Phil Rowlands ... Bluff Policeman
Kulvinder Ghir ... Ravi
Ray Emmet Brown ... West Indian
Badi Uzzaman ... Older Indian
Julia St John ... Diane Niarchos
Colin Douglas ... Frank Twist
Anthony Benson ... Norman - Treasurer
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Bubbles
Paul Daneman ... Mervyn Sloan
Tom Georgeson ... Lou Barnes

Peter Armitage ... Mr Burns
Arthur Spreckley ... Grandfather Burns
Edward Clayton ... Chief Constable
David Ross ... Mr Weller

Jane Danson ... Eileen Critchley (as Jane Dawson)

Stephen Hall ... Young Michael Murray
Dee Orr ... Schoolmistress
Michelle Atkinson ... Young Barbara
Gareth Tudor Price ... Richard Grenville

Philip Whitchurch ... Franky Murray

Julie Walters ... Mrs. Murray
Jim Pope ... Presenter
Peter Faulkner ... Radio Journalist

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