Dr Robyn Penrose is a lecturer in English at Rummidge University. Vic Wilcox is the Managing Director of Pringle's, an engineering firm in Rummidge. They meet when Robyn is told by her Head... See full summary »

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1989  
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 Vic Wilcox 4 episodes, 1989
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 Dr. Robyn Penrose 4 episodes, 1989
Janet Dale ...
 Marjorie Wilcox 4 episodes, 1989
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 Stuart Baxter 4 episodes, 1989
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 Brian Everthorpe 4 episodes, 1989
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Penny Bostock ...
Tariq Yunus ...
 Danny Ram 4 episodes, 1989
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 Charles Bennett 3 episodes, 1989
Terry Coates ...
 Rupert Sutcliffe 3 episodes, 1989
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 Tom Rigby 3 episodes, 1989
Edda Sharpe ...
Howard Belgard ...
Bridget Gardener ...
Balraj Singh Somal ...
 Shop Steward 3 episodes, 1989
Steve Money ...
 Foundry Worker 3 episodes, 1989
Christopher Godwin ...
 Prof. Philip Swallow 2 episodes, 1989
Patrick Pearson ...
 Basil Penrose 2 episodes, 1989
Tim Preece ...
 Bob Busby 2 episodes, 1989
Neale McGrath ...
 George Prendergast 2 episodes, 1989
Marilyn Moylan ...
Anthony Warner ...
 Foundry Worker 2 episodes, 1989
Thomasina Conway ...
Amanda Pointer ...
Jack Hudson ...
 Lecturer 2 episodes, 1989
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Caroline Wildi ...
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Dr Robyn Penrose is a lecturer in English at Rummidge University. Vic Wilcox is the Managing Director of Pringle's, an engineering firm in Rummidge. They meet when Robyn is told by her Head of Department to "shadow" Vic as part of Industry Year. They are initially hostile to each other but gradually come to understand each other's point of view. Written by Martin Underwood <imdb@martinunderwood.f9.co.uk>

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4 October 1989 (UK)  »

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Acknowledgement in closing credits: "The BBC acknowledges the good-humoured assistance of the University of Birmingham in re-creating the imaginary city of Rummidge". See more »

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