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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Park People

11 January 1969


Julian Glover ... Frank
Elizabeth Shepherd ... Ellen
Zena Walker ... Peg

Season 1, Episode 2: Bangelstein's Boys

18 January 1969
The team's off on the annual rugby tour. Every year it's the same, but this time a sour note threatens. Tommy and Jack have bone to pick with their sister's husband, Dave. Dave has a girlfriend, and they come down to the club like a courting couple.
Robert Booth ... Jack
Lesley Daine ... Topper's Girl
June Ellis ... Mother
Adrienne Frame ... Pete's Girl
Paddy Frost ... Jean
Christine Hargreaves ... Sheila
Del Henney ... Tommy
Jill Kerman ... Tommy's Girl
Bruce Myles ... Dick
Duncan Rasburn ... Tiger
Terence Rigby ... Topper
Philip Ross ... Police Sergeant
Geraldine Sherman ... Dick's Girl
Ray Smith ... Pete
Donald Webster ... Dave
Colin Welland ... Bill

Season 1, Episode 3: My Bonnie Jean

25 January 1969

John Cairney ... Robert Burns
Colette O'Neil ... Jean Armour
Ewan Roberts ... Gavin Hamilton
Jean Faulds ... Mrs. Burnes
James Maguire ... Gilbert Burnes
Meg Watt ... Nancie Burnes
June Andrews ... Bella Burnes
Brian Marco ... William Burnes
John Short ... John Burnes
Judith Sweeney ... Isobel Burnes
David McKail ... Davie Sillar
Roy Hanlon ... Jock Richmond
Archie Duncan ... James Armour
Effie Morrison ... Mrs. Armour
Brian Pettifer ... Adam Armour

John Laurie ... Rev. 'Daddy' Auld
James Gibson ... Willie 'Holy Willie' Fisher
Clem Ashby ... Dr. Patrick Douglas
Kara Wilson ... Mary Campbell
John Rae ... Johnny Wilson
Nell Brennan ... Bess Paton
Elaine Kennedy ... Jean Markland
Margaret Leslie ... Jean Smith
Anne McKinnon ... Nell Millar
Bobby Harvey ... Fiddler

Season 1, Episode 4: MacNeil

1 February 1969
Carpenter and widower MacNeil takes a blunt approach in making advances to lady executive Miss Saville who works in the same firm as himself. His belief in his instincts regarding women is contradicted by his daughter Mary, who knows him better than he thinks.

Sean Connery ... MacNeil
Anna Calder-Marshall ... Mary MacNeil
Katharine Blake ... Miss Saville
Roddy McMillan ... Billy
Jo Rowbottom ... Barmaid
Maggie McGrath ... Barmaid
Katharine Page ... Sarah Hellings

Season 1, Episode 5: Cornelius

8 February 1969

Season 1, Episode 6: Emlyn

15 February 1969

Season 1, Episode 7: Tiger Trap in the Street

22 February 1969

Michael Craig ... Alan Williams
Rosemary Leach ... Judy Williams
David Baxter ... Vernon
Larry Dann ... Jeff
Angela Douglas ... Isobel Flitch
Frederick Hall ... Man
Patrick Kavanagh ... Piers Harvey

Season 1, Episode 8: An Hour of Love: The Bind

1 March 1969

Dandy Nichols ... Mrs. Hanley
Bill Owen ... Mr. Hanley
Edward Petherbridge ... Rev. Robert Hanley

Season 1, Episode 9: An Hour of Love: Anatomy of a Divorce

1 March 1969

Season 1, Episode 10: The Piano Tuner

8 March 1969


Frank Finlay ... Wilfred Tilley
Daphne Slater ... Delia
Shelagh Fraser ... Daphne

Helen Lindsay ... Blanche
Kenneth Keeling ... Wally
Hazel Coppen ... Woman in pub
Patsy Crowther ... 2nd Woman

Season 1, Episode 11: Pig in a Poke

15 March 1969
An effete television producer and his beautiful wife move into an old terraced house.In the basement is a sitting tenant they cannot move.The tenant starts to invade their life with increasing voracity, leading to him eventually beating up the young wife and then becoming her afternoon lover.
Joan Benham ... Mrs. Wycherley
Colin Blakely ... Grieg
Jane Bond ... Amanda
Clifford Cox ... Mr. Huggle
David Engern ... The Author
John Harvey ... Mr. Wycherley

Jennifer Hilary ... Wendy
Karin MacCarthy ... Gwen
Meg Ritchie ... Veronica
John Steiner ... Stephen

Donald Sumpter ... Leary

Season 1, Episode 12: Machine

22 March 1969
Two people (one rich, one poor) have failing kidneys, an expensive kidney machine would save them.
Jacqueline Firth ... Catherine Slater
Rachel Gurney ... Isobel Drummond
Laurence Jeffrey ... Dominic Drummond

Ray McAnally ... Ian Drummond
Zuleika Robson ... Theresa Drummond
Helen Ryan ... Hospital Nurse

Michael Sheard ... Doctor Gowan
William Squire ... Nick Slater

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

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Season 1, Episode 14: The Dirt on Lucy Lane

5 April 1969
Michael Vint, an embittered hack reporter from a Sunday newspaper, is sent down into the country to find a story in the love life of an aging has-been writer and his new glamorous young film star wife. The writer is annoyed about the intrusion into his private life, but his wife sees it as an opportunity.
Michael Robbins ... Michael Vint
Robert Urquhart ... Julian Gort
Justine Lord ... Lucy Lane

Hannah Gordon ... Anne Vint
Betty Cooper ... Mrs. Leison
Robert Desmond ... Taxi driver
Maurice Quick ... Doctor

Season 1, Episode 15: Moonlight on the Highway

12 April 1969
Writing for ITV's SATURDAY NIGHT THEATRE series, Dennis Potterintroduced the notion that popular music expresses the yearning of the human spirit for a better world. A troubled young man, David Peters (Ian Holm), claims, "Once dreams were possible, that's what the popular songs told us." Rejecting rock music of the day, Peters is immersed in the tunes of Thirties crooner Al Bowlly (killed during the London blitz). He collects Bowlly memorabilia, publishes the Bowlly fan-club newsletter, and finds pleasure in lip-synching Bowlly records but his obsession with Bowlly masks certain darker events in his past.

Ian Holm ... David Peters
Anthony Bate ... Dr. Chilton
Deborah Grant ... Marie Holdsworth
Robin Wentworth ... President of Bowlly Appreciation Society
Frederick Peisley ... Gerald
Wally Patch ... Old Londoner
Arthur Lovegrove ... Landlord
Michael Burrell ... Barman
Derek Woodward ... First Medical Student
John Flanagan ... Second Medical Student
Harry Hutchinson ... Patient
Bart Allison ... Patient
Kathleen St. John ... Patient
Beatrice Greek ... Patient
Walter Swash ... Patient
Daphne Riggs ... Patient
Johnny Watson ... Patient
Ursula Granville ... Patient

Season 1, Episode 16: Hazel and Her New Gas Cooker

19 April 1969


Patricia Routledge ... Hazel Day
Jack Hedley ... Ralph Day
Ken Jones ... Alf
Hope Jackman ... Irene
June Brown ... Dorothy
John Moore ... Sam
Anthony Sagar ... Jack

Zakes Mokae ... John Smith
Melvyn Coker ... John's assistant

Season 1, Episode 17: Steve

26 April 1969
Steve's maverick personality costs him his teaching job. He drops out of conventional society and earns a living by roguish means. Then he meets Paula, who makes him question his ideals and life.
Hilary Ayres ... Mary
Peter Bilbe ... Clive
Isobel Black ... Paula
Maureen Booth ... Madge
David Bramley ... John
Jeffrey Bromfield ... Paul
Anne Brooke ... Mrs. Murgatroyd
Elizabeth Digby-Smith ... Claire Franks (as Liz Digby-Smith)

Jon Finch ... Steve
John Franklyn ... Mr. Pratley
Michael Graham ... Alec
Richard Hampton ... Fred
George Hilsdon ... Bernie
Mollie Maureen ... Mrs. Pratley

Billy Murray ... Eric
Maureen O'Brien ... Jackie
Elaine Oliver ... Angela
Gary Scriven ... Barry
Richard Shaw ... Arthur
Derrick Slater ... George

David Sterne ... Dick
Rudolph Walker ... Joe

Season 1, Episode 18: Toys

3 May 1969


John Breslin ... Clive
Michele Dotrice ... Jane
Janina Faye ... Jenny
Roger Gartland ... Rodney
Rick Jones ... Manager
Ronald Lewis ... Bill
Hilary Mason ... Martha
Charles Rea ... Barman
Virginia Stride ... Susan
David Wood ... David

Season 1, Episode 19: Rogues Gallery: The Bright Eyed Body Snatcher

10 May 1969


Jonathan Adams ... Pewter Potts
Michael Balfour ... Tom Meatyard
Sandra Bryant ... Molly Socket
John Cater ... Ezra

Diane Cilento ... Lady Sarah Bellasize

Jim Dale ... Lucifer Kane
Windsor Davies ... Maggot
Gabrielle Daye ... Bridget
John Gugolka ... Jemmy
Malcolm MacIntosh ... Student
Alan MacNaughton ... Sir William McAvity
Henry Moxon ... Poet
George Murcell ... Sir Esmond Bellasize
Charles Rea ... Landlord
Thelma Ruby ... Lady Crabbe
Danny Sewell ... Gideon
Anne Tirard ... Old Bessie
Jerold Wells ... Will Green
Terence Wilton ... Robin Devenish
John Woodnutt ... Doctor Peppercorn

Season 1, Episode 20: Rogues Gallery: The Wicked Stage

17 May 1969

Michael Balfour ... Meatyard
Marc Boyle ... Kilkenny
Sandra Bryant ... Molly Socket
Dennis Chinnery ... Mr. Town

Diane Cilento ... Lady Sarah Bellasize
Rosalie Crutchley ... Mrs. Hannah Pritchard

Jim Dale ... Lucifer Kane
Jonathan Elson ... Lieutenant

Roger Hammond ... Mr. Peagreen
Harriet Harper ... George Anne Bellamy
John Hussey ... Mr. Arbiter
Robert Lankesheer ... Tooth Proprietor

Arthur Lowe ... Mr. Cakebread
Peter Mackriel ... Stage Door Keeper

Ian McShane ... David Garrick
Clifford Parrish ... Mr. Morgue
Bruce Purchase ... Performer
Danny Sewell ... Gideon
Anne Tirard ... Old Bessie
John Woodnutt ... Peppercorn

Season 1, Episode 21: Rogues Gallery: The Timorous Rake

24 May 1969

Season 1, Episode 22: Rogues Gallery: The Fearful Image

31 May 1969

Barry Andrews ... Alan Erskine
Edward Atienza ... Mr. Burlington
Michael Balfour ... Tom Meatyard
Carl Bernard ... Roper
Sandra Bryant ... Molly Socket

Diane Cilento ... Lady Sarah Bellasize
Jonathan Coupe ... Jemmy Butts
Diana Coupland ... Mrs. Fairweather

Jim Dale ... Lucifer Kane
Wallas Eaton ... Sir Silas Wintersett
Richard Frost ... Gambler
Morag Hood ... Kate Wintersett
Roy Maxwell ... Gambler
Mike Savage ... Doorman
Danny Sewell ... Gideon
Bryan Thanner ... Robin Willis
Anne Tirard ... Old Bessie
John Woodnutt ... Doctor Peppercorn

Season 1, Episode 23: Rogues Gallery: A Bed Full of Miracles

7 June 1969

Michael Balfour ... Tom Meatyard
Douglas Blackwell ... Farmer Cordy
Angela Browne ... Lady Hesketh
Sandra Bryant ... Molly Socket

Diane Cilento ... Lady Sarah Bellasize
Clifford Cox ... Farmer Whistler

Jim Dale ... Lucifer Kane
Griffith Davies ... Joshua Toft
Michael Hall ... Footman
James Hayter ... Doctor Howard
Daphne Heard ... Grannie Groom
Richard Heffer ... Lord Percy
Francis Matthews ... Doctor St. Andre
Dorothea Phillips ... Duchess of Kendall
Steve Plytas ... King George I
Danny Sewell ... Gideon
Amelia Taylor ... Mary Toft
Anne Tirard ... Old Bessie
George Woodbridge ... Mr. Doubleday
John Woodnutt ... Doctor Peppercorn

Season 1, Episode 24: Rogues Gallery: The Prude Pursued

14 June 1969

Michael Balfour ... Tom Meatyard
Sandra Bryant ... Molly Socket

Diane Cilento ... Lady Sarah Bellasize
Harcourt Curacao ... Ahab

Jim Dale ... Lucifer Kane
John Dane ... Mr. Starkwhistle
Holly Doone ... Miss Wagtail
Helen Hammond ... Miss Venables
Tania Hunter ... Miss Lightbody
Milton Johns ... Bedlam Keeper
Barbara Laurenson ... Miss Weston
Kevin McHugh ... Coachman
Polly Murch ... Miss Potter
Anthony Nicholls ... Sir Henry Crabbe
Thelma Ruby ... Lady Crabbe
Danny Sewell ... Gideon
Anne Tirard ... Old Bessie
Mona Washbourne ... Mrs. Fumble
John Woodnutt ... Doctor Peppercorn

Season 1, Episode 25: The Innocent Ceremony

21 June 1969

Gladys Bacon ... Agnes
John Bailey ... Stan Hindle
Stephanie Bidmead ... Olive Hindle
Dennis Chinnery ... Doctor
Madeleine Christie ... Emily Hindle
Gareth Forwood ... Steven Hindle
Sarah Lawson ... Barbara Wingate
Joseph O'Conor ... Sam Hindle
Veronica Turleigh ... Mrs. Wingate
Joseph Wise ... Interviewee #1

Season 1, Episode 26: The Haunting

28 June 1969
Young Cathy asks her teacher Kate for help with her father Rolf who is still withdrawn and depressed after his wife's fatal car crash sometime ago.However the line between fantasy and reality complicates matters.
David Courtland ... Fitch
Michael Lees ... Malcolm
Suzanne Neve ... Kate
Louise Pajo ... June
Christine Rees ... Cathy

John Thaw ... Rolf

Season 1, Episode 27: A Measure of Malice

5 July 1969

Yootha Joyce ... Erica Seydoux
John Stratton ... Lawrence Kellers
Elizabeth Weaver ... Eunice Kellers

Season 1, Episode 28: Better Dead

12 July 1969

James Cairncross ... Det. Chief Insp. Glover
Lindsay Campbell ... Bank manager

Edward Fox ... Dr. Macmillan
David Hutcheson ... Potter
Ann Lynn ... Brenda Harrison
Alex Marshall ... Mollie

Ron Moody ... Col. James James
Heather Page ... Marina
Michael Pemberton ... Det. Sgt. Peters
Anthony Roye ... Club member
Frank Sieman ... Club porter
Patsy Smart ... Manageress

Season 1, Episode 29: Every Day of the Life Man

19 July 1969
An innocent man is wrongly picked from an identity parade after a factory robbery because he is black.
Lloyd Anderson ... West Indian
Timothy Bateson ... Mr Grey
Alicia Deane ... Elvira
Brylo Forde ... Jim
Oscar James ... Jack Fitzjohn
James Roberts ... Prisoner
Philip Ross ... Sergeant
Ken Wynne ... Police inspector

Season 1, Episode 30: Salve Regina

19 July 1969
In the basement of a department store after the last bomb of World War Three. A bag lady, calls herself ' the queen ' and exercises complete authority over two befuddled men. That is until an astronaut (who was in space when the bomb fell) finds them.

Season 1, Episode 31: Takeover

26 July 1969

Norman Bird ... Father
Mary Chester ... Mother
David Selwyn ... Dom
Louis Selwyn ... Sol

Season 1, Episode 32: Two Hundred Miles by Train

26 July 1969

David Baxter ... Young man
Joe Gladwin ... Old man
Vikki Richards ... Nurse

Season 1, Episode 33: The Funeral of Queen Victoria

2 August 1969

Don Hawkins ... Floyd
Madge Ryan ... Mrs. Pearce
Sheila White ... Mildred

Season 1, Episode 34: The Garbler Strategy

2 August 1969


Leonard Rossiter ... 'X'
Anne Cunningham ... Helen Gordon
Michael Lees ... Jeff Short
Jeremy Longhurst ... Temple
Jacqueline Maude ... Mrs. Davis
Willoughby Goddard ... Kell

Patrick Godfrey ... Crawford
Peter Thornton ... Alfred

Season 1, Episode 35: Travelling Where?

9 August 1969

Barbara Alleyn ... Jane Lorrimer
Richard Beale ... Henry
Jan Carey ... Ruth
Jennifer Clulow ... Sandy
David Daker ... Ken
Billy Davis ... Roadsweeper
Roy Hanlon ... Hank
James Kerry ... Lenny
Anne Kristen ... Mrs. Carter
Michael Lees ... Sergeant Rooke
Jeremy Longhurst ... Wilson
Harry Meacher ... Jack
Colette O'Neil ... Daisy

Norman Rossington ... Abe
Renu Setna ... Doctor
Richard Shaw ... Brian Lorrimer
Jennifer Wilson ... Nurse

Season 1, Episode 36: Two Feet Off the Ground

16 August 1969

Leslie Sands ... Mr. Barfield
Avice Landone ... Mrs. Barfield

Jennifer Hilary ... Sandra
Tony Tanner ... Mr. Ford

Martin Shaw ... Norm
David Ashford ... Stephen Mountfield
John Rees ... Mr. Daniel
Blake Butler ... Monty
Sandra Duncan ... Secretary

Season 1, Episode 37: Fly Away Home

23 August 1969
A couple return from their holiday to find their house burnt down.Having no insurance, the husband has no option but to rebuild it himself with the help of local handyman Arthur. Local council bureaucracy hinders all the way.
Tony Caunter ... Arthur
Freddie Clemson ... Minicab driver
Mark Dightam ... Peter
John Franklin ... Kilty
Wendy Hall ... Secretary
David Harris ... Detective
George Hilsdon ... Latimer
Megan Latimer ... Miss Horn
Preston Lockwood ... Mr Price
Bob Todd ... Official
Mary Webster ... Carol
David Weston ... Martin
Peggy Ann Wood ... Mrs Price

Season 1, Episode 38: The Talking Head

30 August 1969


Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Diddled

6 September 1969

Nicola Davies ... Ailsa Barnes

Robert Powell ... Taigo Wilson

Norman Rossington ... Ted Barnes
William Victor ... Dave Walker
Raymond Witch ... Toolshop Assistant

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

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Season 2, Episode 3: That Woman Is Wrecking Our Marriage

20 September 1969

Season 2, Episode 4: A Walk Through the Forest

27 September 1969

Season 2, Episode 5: The Undoing

4 October 1969

Robert Cartland ... Hubert
Helen Cherry ... Veronica

Aubrey Morris ... George
John Nettleton ... Edward
Pippa Steel ... Alison

Season 2, Episode 6: In Another Country

11 October 1969


Hannah Gordon ... Jane

John Thaw ... Paul

Season 2, Episode 7: Murder: The Colonel and the Naturalist

18 October 1969

Michael Balfour ... Mr. H. Simon
Roland Culver ... Lt Colonel Henry Bousefield
Hilary Hardiman ... Miss Doubleday
Murray Hayne ... Derek
Beatrix Mackey ... Antique Shop Owner
Fanny Rowe ... Mrs. Letitia Turberville
Richard Wordsworth ... Anthony Millington-Chope

Season 2, Episode 8: Murder: The Blood Relation

25 October 1969

Mike Hayden ... Priest
John Horsley ... Ronald Jarman

Donald Houston ... Gerald Tyler
Jane Hylton ... Diana Tyler
Elizabeth Knight ... Nancy Tyler
Stephen Sheppard ... Hendrik Van Uyl

Season 2, Episode 9: It's Called the Sugar Plum

1 November 1969


Maureen Lipman ... Joanna Dibble

John Shrapnel ... Wally Zuckerman

Season 2, Episode 10: Hester Lilly

8 November 1969

Faith Brook ... Muriel Ingram
Sonia Dresdel ... Miss Despencer
Mark Edwards ... Hugh Baseden
Douglas Emery ... Old man
Michael Gwynn ... Robert Ingram
Joan Hickson ... Mrs. Beatrice Williams
Michael Johnson ... Rex Wigmore
Caroline Lancaster ... Hester Lilly
Kathleen St. John ... Mrs. Brimmer

Season 2, Episode 11: Aren't We All?

15 November 1969

Ann Bell ... Margot Tatham
Judy Campbell ... Lady Frinton
Maurice Quick ... Servant

Corin Redgrave ... Willie Tatham
Amanda Reiss ... Kitty Lake
Hugh Williams ... Lord Greham

Season 2, Episode 12: The Full Cheddar

22 November 1969
A teacher's concentration frequently wanders as he fantasizes about living a different life.
Daniel Massey ... Fred Instance
Vivien Merchant ... Maureen Instance
John Line ... Geoffrey Oxtoby

Robin Askwith ... Bassett
Michael Cashman ... Arrowsmith
Allan Warren ... Firkin
Robert Yetzes ... Hempseed
Ross Parker ... Peascod
Robert Hartley ... Bingley
Brigid Erin Bates ... Sandra
Paul Guess ... Allpress
Ishaq Bux ... Bamjibinarse
Michael Beint ... Mr. Shorter
Gillian Blake ... Carole Shorter

Season 2, Episode 13: The Comic

29 November 1969

George Cole ... Tod
Isabel Dean ... Peggy
Renee Houston ... Olive
Hilary Heath ... Judy (as Hilary Dwyer)

Season 2, Episode 14: Faith and Henry

6 December 1969

Season 2, Episode 15: Nora

13 December 1969

Season 2, Episode 16: It Calls for a Great Deal of Love

20 December 1969

Thora Hird ... Mrs Ogden
Maggie Don ... Thelma
Colin Farrell ... Leonard
John Sharp ... Percival
Eric Thompson ... Dennis
Philippa Gail ... Maggie
Kevin Chippendale ... Simon
Richard Reynalds ... James
David Ashford ... Gervase

Season 2, Episode 17: Suffer Little Children

3 January 1970


Edwin Apps ... Psephologist #1
Michael Burrell ... TV Presenter
Ivor Dean ... Nelson
Graeme Garden ... Psephologist #2
George Hancock ... Speaker
Gaynor Hodgson ... Elsie
Dudley Jones ... Griffith

John Le Mesurier ... Henderson
Valerie Lush ... Party Member
John McGregor ... TV Announcer
Fred McNaughton ... Returning Officer
Lee Montague ... Prime Minister
Ewan Roberts ... Doctor
Josephine Tewson ... Gladys
Brian Tully ... President of the Board of Trade
Colin Vancao ... Member of Opposition
Martin Wyldeck ... Blenkinsop

Season 2, Episode 18: Anniversary

10 January 1970

Michael Bryant ... Peter

Judy Cornwell ... Liz

Season 2, Episode 19: A Doll's House

17 January 1970
Nora Helmer has years earlier committed a forgery in order to save the life of her authoritarian husband Torvald. Now she is being blackmailed lives in fear of her husband's finding out and of the shame such a revelation would bring to his career. But when the truth comes out, Nora is shocked to learn where she really stands in her husband's esteem.

Season 2, Episode 20: Mrs. Mouse, Are You Within?

24 January 1970

Neville Aurelius ... Sam

Pamela Franklin ... Emma Hill
Robert Lang ... Peter Holiday
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Anita Hill
Ray Smith ... Oliver Bathhurst

Season 2, Episode 21: The Pretenders

31 January 1970

John Bird ... Edgar
Richard Corbet ... Bill
Max Latimer ... Man in pub
Cyril Luckham ... Geoffrey
Pamela Moiseiwitsch ... Lorna
Daphne Slater ... Georgie

Season 2, Episode 22: Wolly Wenpol, the Complete Works

7 February 1970


James Bolam ... Jack Todd
Lally Bowers ... Ernestine Thresher
Pamela Buchner ... Miss Portal
Dennis Cleary ... Carron

Roland Curram ... Archie Bowers

Robert Hardy ... Hugo Zeitmeister
Sylvia Kay ... Petra Flintoff
Louise Pajo ... Art gallery receptionist

Norman Rossington ... Nick Smith
Stephanie Voss ... Judy Prolix

Season 2, Episode 23: Wicked Women: Alice Rhodes

14 February 1970

Season 2, Episode 24: Wicked Women: Christiana Edmunds

21 February 1970


Anna Massey ... Christiana Edmunds

Season 2, Episode 25: Wicked Women: Augusta Fullam

28 February 1970

Vivien Merchant ... Augusta Fullam

Season 2, Episode 26: Wicked Women: Anne-Maria Moody

7 March 1970


Jane Asher ... Anne-Maria Moody

Season 2, Episode 27: Wicked Women: Florence Maybrick

14 March 1970

Season 2, Episode 28: Wicked Women: Madeleine July

21 March 1970


Billie Whitelaw ... Madeleine July

Season 2, Episode 29: The Master and the Mask

28 March 1970

Jessica Benton ... Jo
June Brown ... Betty

Brian Cox ... Phillip
Tina Martin ... Denise
Suzanne Neve ... Pauline

Season 2, Episode 30: The Cork Moustache

4 April 1970

Leslie Anderson ... Hector

Judy Cornwell ... Erica Moone
Derek Godfrey ... Michael Piguet

Season 2, Episode 31: Fade Out

11 April 1970


Stanley Baker ... Sam Tennant
Geoffrey Bayldon ... Gleason
Faith Brook ... Enid Drake
Ronald Hines ... Adrian Wiles
Ann Lynn ... Hilary
Francis Matthews ... Maxwell Burden

George Sanders ... James Fortune

Season 2, Episode 32: The Rococo Bush

18 April 1970

Katharine Blake ... Rena
Golda Casimir ... Lily
Tenniel Evans ... George
Michael Joshua ... Jacques
Ronald Lacey ... Joe
Olive Lucius ... Sharon
Raymond Marlowe ... Robert (as Ray Marlowe)
Ellen Sheean ... Diana
Frances White ... Margaret

Season 2, Episode 33: Dangerous Corner

2 May 1970
An unexpected suicide prompts much speculation about honesty and theft.

Season 2, Episode 34: The Family Is a Vicious Circle

9 May 1970

Season 2, Episode 35: When Johnny Comes Marching Home

16 May 1970


Dora Bryan ... Bunty

Joanna David ... Jane
William Ellis ... Terry
Philip Ross ... Man

Season 2, Episode 36: Lay Down Your Arms

23 May 1970
Dennis Potter used his own background as a Russian language clerk in the War Office when writing this play for ITV's SATURDAY NIGHT THEATRE series. At the time of the 1956 Suez Crisis and the Russian invasion of Hungary, Private Bob Hawk reports to the London Intelligence Office where the strength of Soviet troops is under scrutiny.
Nikolas Simmonds ... Pvt. Robert Hawk
Leonard Trolley ... Lt. Col. Jack Bateman
Peter Cellier ... Major Gerald Hisscock
John Warner ... Major Freddy Wilson
Graham Armitage ... Major William Timps
Ken Wayne ... Col. Ulysses S. Feather
James Cairncross ... Julian
Julia Jones ... Mrs. Hawk
Joby Blanshard ... Mr. Hawk
George Layton ... Corporal May
Michael Cashman ... Pete
Therese McMurray ... Pat
Tony Caunter ... Mick
David Webb ... Fred

John Levene ... Ernie
Renny Lister ... Tart
Elizabeth Hughes ... Nina
Tim Hardy ... Trepliov
John Bloomfield ... American Tourist
Tucker McGuire ... American Tourist's Wife
Will Stampe ... Londoner
John Foley ... First Person in Theatre (uncredited)
Rosemary Turner ... Second Person in Theatre (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: You See, the Thing Is...

30 May 1970


Ian Holm ... Walter Bardell
Priscilla Morgan ... Veronica Brace

Brook Williams ... Harry Milner
Michael Reynal ... Cub

Season 2, Episode 38: The Salesman

30 May 1970
A door-to-door salesman is selling nothing tangible, but something far more worrying.

Ian Holm ... Salesman
Priscilla Morgan ... Housewife

Season 2, Episode 39: Married Alive

23 January 1970
"Married Alive was a television play written by John Mortimer, that was broadcast on NBC in 1970. "The Colonel" (Robert Culp) is a man claiming to be Liz Jardine's (Diana Rigg) long lost husband who returns after many years and moves into her life.

Diana Rigg ... Liz Jardine

Robert Culp ... The Colonel Peter Jardine
Tyler Butterworth ... Sebastian Jardine
Mark Elwes ... Roddy Jardine
Ann Firbank ... Victoria Jardine
Dudley Jones ... Owen Evans

Jean Marsh ... Mrs. Phillpott

Gene Nelson ... Burbage
Gwen Nelson ... Miss Burbage
Zuleika Robson ... Henrietta Jardine
Richard Vernon ... Major Henderson
James Villiers ... Philipott
Margaret Ward ... Mrs. Henderson

Season 2, Episode 40: Playing with Fire

13 June 1970

Vivien Heilbron ... Kersten
David Cook ... Knut
Gabrielle Daye ... Mother
Richard Caldicot ... Father
Mel Martin ... Adele
Michael MacKenzie ... Axel

Season 2, Episode 41: Slattery's Mounted Foot

20 June 1970

Tommy Boyle
Duggie Brown ... Ron
Ted Carroll ... Patrick Leary
Terence de Marney ... Joseph
Joe Lynch ... Michael O'Connor
Lynne Perrie ... Dotie Donaghue
Kathy Staff ... Mary Leary
Bridget Turner ... Bridget O'Connor
Richard Warwick ... Don Robson
Jack Woolgar ... Jim Donaghue

Season 2, Episode 42: Hands with the Magic Touch

27 June 1970

Mark Eden ... Lewis
Pinkie Johnstone ... Chris
Ronald Lacey ... David
Pamela Binns ... Betty
Raymond Brodie ... Les
Charmian Eyre ... Chloe

Saeed Jaffrey ... Ramon
Raymond Mason ... Mr. Lambert
Vivienne Ross ... Mrs. Lambert
Nicholas Smith ... Mr. Gropius

Season 2, Episode 43: The Gingham Dog

4 July 1970


Garrick Hagon ... Vincent
Richard Howard ... Robert

Maureen Lipman ... Barbara
Sheila Scott-Wilkenson ... Gloria

Season 2, Episode 44: Twelfth Night

6 January 1969

Season 2, Episode 45: Skyscrapers

18 July 1970

Michael Bryant ... Barnes
Vivien Merchant ... Audley
Maureen Neill ... The girl

Season 2, Episode 46: The Insider

25 July 1970

Dennis Blanch ... Daryl
Peter Blythe ... Stephen
Kevin Brennan ... Mr. Frysinger

Tom Chadbon ... Brooks
Leo Dolan ... Bob
Marilyn Finlay ... Marion
Marilyn Harrington ... Melanie
Andree Melly ... Joanna
Nan Munro ... Mrs. Walmsley
Robert Oates ... Lenny
Judith Smith ... Sue
Kevin Williams ... Richard

Season 2, Episode 47: Dear Janet Rosenberg... Dear Mr. Kooning

1 August 1970

Katherine Barker ... Janet Rosenberg
William Squire ... Alec Kooning

Season 2, Episode 48: Act of Separation

8 August 1970

Erik Chitty ... Maitre Gaspard
Lisa Daniely ... Henrietta
Ilona Ference ... Mme Zoe
Gwen Nelson ... Jill
Jack Watling ... Henri

Season 2, Episode 49: Honour and Offer

15 August 1970

Sandra Dorne ... Doris Thring
Joe Melia ... Alfred Thring
Robin Parkinson ... Ernest Braithwaite
Brian Wilde ... Henry Cash

Season 2, Episode 50: Hodinott Veiling

22 August 1970

Keith Barron ... Simon Griffin
Sylvia Coleridge ... Jesse Griffin
Miranda Connell ... Amanda Fallford
Daphne Riggs ... Mrs. Hodinott
Alister Williamson ... Duff Hodinott

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Exiles: Jennie

10 October 1970


Hannah Gordon ... Jennie
Madoline Thomas ... Emma

Jennifer Hilary ... Zo
Alfred Burke ... Edgar
James Laurenson ... Sam
Rudolph Walker ... Nick
Richard Bebb ... Director

Maria Aitken ... Doctor

Season 3, Episode 2: The Exiles: Emma

17 October 1970


Hannah Gordon ... Jennie
Madoline Thomas ... Emma

Jennifer Hilary ... Zo
Alfred Burke ... Edgar
Thelma Whiteley ... Nurse / Physiotherapist
Alan MacNaughton ... Dr. Kohn
Joanna Annin ... Coloured nurse (as Joanna Anin)
Beatrice Neild ... 'Hello' woman
Rudolph Walker ... Nick

Season 3, Episode 3: The Exiles: Zo

24 October 1970


Hannah Gordon ... Jennie
Madoline Thomas ... Emma

Jennifer Hilary ... Zo
Alfred Burke ... Edgar
Glyn Houston ... Evan

Edward Hardwicke ... Producer
Angela Galbraith ... Secretary
James Laurenson ... Sam
William Lucas ... Ted
John Bott ... Relative
Graham Suter ... Relative
Lala Lloyd ... Relative
Rosamond Burne ... Relative
Margot Thomas ... Relative
Mark Malicz ... Pole

Season 3, Episode 4: Visit from a Stranger

31 October 1970


Honor Blackman ... Gillian groome
Philip Brack ... Jimmy
John Stride ... gordon Trappe

Season 3, Episode 5: Roll on Four O'Clock

19 December 1970
Set in a city comprehensive school of low expectations and ambitions. Pupil Latimer does not conform to the macho culture and is labeled a homosexual,leading to bullying by both the pupils and some of the teachers.
George A. Cooper ... Ted Crampton
Bill Dean ... Arthur Foster
Colin Edwynn ... Alan Johnson
Frank Heaton ... Peter Latimer
Arthur Lambert ... Reg Harris
John Malcolm ... Tom Rathbone
Tony Melody ... Jack Scott
Tom O'Connor ... Bill Webley

Jack Shepherd ... Jack Youngman

Clive Swift ... Max Fielder
Kenneth Watson ... Philip Staines
Colin Welland ... Lennie Brown
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Roy Gifford

Season 3, Episode 6: The Policeman and the Cook

26 December 1970


Michael Crawford ... Constable Gough

Tim Curry ... Crosscapel
Pauline Delaney ... Mrs. Crosscapel (as Pauline Delany)
Gwen Ffrangcon Davies ... Miss Mybus
Felicity Gibson ... Priscilla Smith
William Lucas ... Sergeant Gribble
Reginald Marsh ... Inspector Pennycuick
Calum Mill ... Dr. Macleish
Pamela Moiseiwitsch ... Mrs. Jane Zebedee
John Normington ... Mr. Cramber
Jill Richards ... Betsy

Season 3, Episode 7: The Dead

2 January 1971
Its Christmas 1901, and a group of Dubliners make their annual call on Granny Morkan's island. As the music and wine flows Gabriel's initial contentment with his wife Gretta changes as he realizes his wife's mind is far away thinking about one of the departed just remembered by all - but which one?

Season 3, Episode 8: Tales of Piccadilly: Behind the Spearmint Sign

9 January 1971
Private investigator Harry is find his life & work involving debt collection and the like boring and humdrum.Then Helen enters his life with an exciting case involving her missing husband.
Peter Birrel ... George
Alethea Charlton ... Helen Burroway
Claire Davenport ... Maxine
Monica Grey ... Miss Tufnell
Annette Kerr ... Customer
Barbara Leake ... Jenny Hawthorne

Derek Smith ... Harry Throle
Dermot Tuohy ... Hooker

Season 3, Episode 9: Tales of Piccadilly: A Room Full of Holes

16 January 1971
Pete and Glynis meet in a post office queue for booking long distance phone calls overseas. Their loved ones abroad become less important as they both discover they have a mutual appreciation of Rembrandt.

Richard Beckinsale ... Pete
Arthur Blake ... Telephone man
Laurence Carter ... Ray
Janos Kurucz ... Man in post office
Ray Marioni
Sheila Ruskin ... Jane
Fiona Walker ... Glynis

Season 3, Episode 10: Tales of Piccadilly: The Way Out

23 January 1971


Stephanie Beacham ... Anna Trenton
James Hazeldine ... Peter Drew
Michael Denison ... Dick Quarry

Joyce Redman ... Miriam Quarry

Celia Bannerman ... Sue Quarry
Sean Roantree ... John Quarry

Season 3, Episode 11: Big Soft Nellie

21 February 1971

Derek Francis ... Police sargeant
Daphne Heard ... Mrs Castleton

Roy Kinnear ... Mr Morris
Bryan Pringle ... Stanley

Tony Robinson ... Benny
Clare Sutcliffe ... Geraldine

Season 3, Episode 12: Anna of the Five Towns

28 February 1971

Season 3, Episode 13: Hari-Kari and Sally

7 March 1971

Reginald Barratt ... Haines
Ray Brooks ... Dennis
James Culliford ... Tony
Elizabeth Forbes ... The barmaid
Jimmy Hunt ... The singer
Godfrey James ... Mike
Cheryl Kennedy ... Sally
Barbara Lott ... Daphne
Neville Phillips ... The waiter

Leonard Rossiter ... Harry

Season 3, Episode 14: The Hotel in Amsterdam

14 March 1971

Season 3, Episode 15: Pandora

21 March 1971

Michael Craig ... Owen Prebble
Trevor Martin ... Gabe Fuller

Geraldine McEwan ... Pandora Foss
Rosemary McHale ... Moya

Susan Penhaligon ... Judy
Vivienne Ross ... Liz
Roger Rowland ... Andrew Bride

Season 3, Episode 16: The Price

28 March 1971
a family convenes after the death of the father. Two brothers and their mother come to terms with the sacrifices and misunderstandings they have carried since the children left home.

George C. Scott ... Victor Franz

Barry Sullivan ... Walter Franz

Colleen Dewhurst ... Mrs Franz
David Burns ... Mr. Solomon

Season 3, Episode 17: Arms and the Man

4 April 1971
1865: Swiss captain Bluntschli fights as mercenary in the war between Bulgaria and Serbia. When his group's attacked by a few Bulgarian troopers, he learns that he's got the wrong ammunition for his cannon and has to flee. His flight leads him right into the bedroom of his enemy's fiancée.

Season 3, Episode 18: Love Doesn't Grow on Trees

11 April 1971

Michael Bryant ... Anthony Berridge

Ian Hendry ... Eric Shiffner
Priscilla Morgan ... Mela Neubold
Moira Redmond ... Ursula Shiffner
Brian Wilde ... Sam Dowd

Season 3, Episode 19: The Silver Collection

23 May 1971
Rachel works in a museum, showing people round the silver collection. Jim, a carpenter, suggests she may be too far removed from real life.

Helen Mirren ... Rachel

Billy Murray ... Jim
Cyril Luckham ... Mulberry
Bill Gavin ... Potts
Elizabeth Bennett ... Sheila
Dorothea Rundle ... Sister Francis
Rowland Davies ... David
Jeffrey Gardiner ... Ben
Margaret Ward ... Mother
Desmond Jordan ... Father
Sara Gibson ... Child
Barry Stokes ... Policeman
Eileen Colgan ... Rose

Season 3, Episode 20: The Shopper

30 May 1971

Joyce Carey ... Miss Atkins
Richard Easton ... Philip
Ann Firbank ... Mary
Hilary Liddell ... The social worker

Geoffrey Palmer ... Mac

Season 3, Episode 21: Man and Boy

6 June 1971

David Bauer ... Sven Johnston

Ed Bishop ... David Beeston
Gareth Forwood ... Basil Anthony
Liz Fraser ... Countess Antonescu

Gayle Hunnicutt ... Carol Penn
Paul Maxwell ... Mark L. Herris

Telly Savalas ... Gregor Antonescu

Season 3, Episode 22: Paper Roses

13 June 1971
Facing retirement, elderly journalist Clarence Hubbard reflects on the pointlessness of a life wasted writing banal tabloid human interest, animal, and crime stories. Rather than go quietly to tend roses in a garden, Hubbard begins a series of violent actions not unlike those described in tabloids, and this is heightened by inter cutting tabloid headlines between scenes. Throughout, there are occasional shots of a television critic who watches this very play as it unfolds, and he writes a negative review filled with cleverly phrased but bitter invective.
Bill Maynard ... Clarence Hubbard
Donald Gee ... John Chart
John Carson ... Joe
Aimée Delamain ... Mrs. Hubbard
Dudley Jones ... The Critic
Joe Gladwin ... Messenger
Desmond Perry ... Harold Bladdy
William Simons ... Chris Payer
Rosalie Williams ... Neighbor
Peter Childs ... Police Constable
Harry Beety ... Police Sergeant
Kim Corlette ... Anne

Season 3, Episode 23: The Prize

20 June 1971

Season 3, Episode 24: Square

27 June 1971


Hermione Baddeley ... Amy Riordan

Edward Fox ... Michael Turner
Liam Redmond ... Pat Riordan
Elaine Taylor ... Janet Riordan

Season 3, Episode 25: Alice Dancing

4 July 1971

Dorothy Reynolds ... Mrs. Shoebury
Sylvia Coleridge ... Alice Collins
John Nettleton ... George Highfield
Patricia Lawrence ... Nancy Highfield
Kevin Moran ... Peter Highfield
Hilary Mason ... Mrs. Blessing
Paul Greenhalgh ... Joe

Season 3, Episode 26: Square One

11 July 1971

Michael Aldridge ... Trevor
Monica Grey ... Janet
Paul Jones ... Ian
Bert Lena ... Meths Drinker
Frank Mills ... Hallam
Charles Rea ... George

Derek Smith ... Charlie
Alec Taylor ... TV Announcer

Patrick Troughton ... Reilly
Gillian Webb ... Mrs. Hallam

Season 3, Episode 27: After a Lifetime

18 July 1971

Len Annett ... Joe Horrigon
Jimmy Coleman ... Aloysius
Laidlaw Dalling ... Doctor
Bill Dean ... Uncle Sid
Rosalind Elliot ... Maureen
Joan Flood ... Cissie
Johnny Gee ... Frank
Pat Gillon ... Mr. Pimlett
Mike Hayden ... Father MacNally
Joey Kaye ... Mike
Peter Kerrigan ... Uncle John
Bert King ... Undertaker
Ernie Mack ... Insurance agent
Sammy Sharples ... Uncle Gus
Neville Smith ... Young Billy

Season 3, Episode 28: Mr. Pargiter

25 July 1971

Roland Culver ... Mr. Pargiter
Lynda Bellingham ... Nurse Mary Tiller
Harold Bennett ... Mr. Gardner
Geoffrey Colville ... Ron Pargiter
Mischa De La Motte ... Porter
Ruth Dunning ... Miss Hedder
Ailsa Grahame ... Mrs. Roach
Lucy Griffiths ... Mrs. Bath
Catherine Lacey ... Mrs. Hanley
Marie Makine ... Miss Tuohy (as Marie Makino)
Clive Morton ... Mr. Simmons
May Warden ... Mrs. Murray

Season 3, Episode 29: One More on Top

1 August 1971

Season 3, Episode 30: Hamlet

17 November 1970

Season 3, Episode 31: The Chaps

15 August 1971

Andy Bradford ... Des
Georgia Brown ... Jo
Donald Burton ... Charlie
Paul Charsley ... Son
Rowena Cooper ... Mary
Deborah Grant ... Jackie
Ray Mort ... Fred
Jeff Shankley ... Mark
Paula Thomas ... Jane
Frank Wylie ... Peter

Season 3, Episode 32: Giants and Ogres

22 August 1971
On learning of the death of his ex-wife, American businessman Sam Dirk arranges to meet Daniel - the son he has never known. Sam's attempts at reconciliation seem doomed as Daniel doesn't seem to want to know his father.
Ann Bell ... Judith Service
Verna Harvey ... Thing
Lee Montague ... Sam Dirk

Christopher Neame ... Daniel Dirk
Clifford Parrish ... Mr. Curtis

Françoise Pascal ... Secretary

Season 3, Episode 33: Green Julia

29 August 1971

June Alliss ... Julia

John Hurt ... Bob

Michael Jayston ... Jake

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Wedding Gift

5 September 1971

Norman Bird ... Walter
Mona Bruce ... Ethel
Rachel Herbert ... Ruth
Derek Newark ... Pete

Season 4, Episode 2: Concussion

12 September 1971

Season 4, Episode 3: Fly on the Wall: The General

19 September 1971

Season 4, Episode 4: Fly on the Wall: The Reformer

26 September 1971

Julia Foster ... Sally Blissett
Madoline Thomas ... Grandma
Katie Macleod ... Susan Blissett
Sean Bury ... Bob Blissett
Christopher Timothy ... Tony Abbott
Clive Francis ... Colin Imlay
Anthony Carrick ... Salesman (as Antony Carrick)
Walter Horsbrugh ... Sir Arthur Cromer
William Hoyland ... Tom Gower

Rachel Kempson ... Lady Sankey

Phyllida Law ... Jeanette Hornby
Huw Thomas ... Anchor man
John Turner ... Michael Hornby

Season 4, Episode 5: Fly on the Wall: The Designer

3 October 1971

Season 4, Episode 6: The Signalman's Apprentice

28 November 1971

Victor Maddern ... Alfred

Peter Vaughan ... Albert

Dennis Waterman ... Edward

Season 4, Episode 7: The Birthday Run

5 December 1971
The Clarke's ideal holiday is cycling together in the country, but now find their happy world is starting to disappear under heavy traffic and roadworks.
Stephen Bent ... Youth
Fiona Cain ... Marilyn
George A. Cooper ... Bert Clarke
Gerald Flood ... Will
Pat Heywood ... Enid Clarke
Barry Lowe ... Eric Clarke
Mary Peach ... Pat
Clive Warwick ... Stephen

Season 4, Episode 8: Some Distant Shadow

12 December 1971
A wife recalls her former lovers and realizes they have all played an important part in her life.
Anthony Bate ... Claud Prentice
Wendy Gifford ... Lucy Mathews
Gerson Grant ... Eric Price
Michael Hawkins ... Barry Mathews
Patricia Heneghan ... Jo Winters
Colin Jeavons ... Ken Winters

Shirley Knight ... Barbara (as Shirley Knight-Hopkins)
Mike Murray ... Bob Freeman
Vera Ryan ... Joyce Freeman
David Savile ... Douglas Lawton

Peter Vaughan ... Frank Rogers
Terence Wilton ... Jimmy Langley

Season 4, Episode 9: Second Time Around

19 December 1971

Anthony Bate ... John
Sarah Craze ... Petra
Kenneth Henry ... Chaplain
Gwen Watford ... Nicola

Season 4, Episode 10: Who Killed Santa Claus

26 December 1971
Christmas dinner with television personality Barbara Love seems an ideal invitation- until death spoils the proceedings.

Peter Bowles ... Jack Campbell-Barnes
Lyndon Brook ... Paul Reston
Noel Davis ... Ray Lacey
John Franklyn-Robbins ... Don Lewis

Robert Hardy ... Christopher Moore
Len Jones ... Dave Ogden
Barbara Murray ... Barbara Love

Carolyn Seymour ... Connie Bell

Season 4, Episode 11: The Midsummer Dream of Chief Inspector Blossom

2 January 1972
Inspector Blossom is one TV's most popular detectives but his actor is fed up playing Blossom and wants to do something different.

Connie Booth ... Libby
Carlos Douglas ... Luigi
Phillip Hinton ... TV director
Sarah Lawson ... Mary Masters
Glyn Owen ... Brian Wincross
Leslie Sands ... Harry Masters
Maxwell Shaw ... Monty Parsons
Lillian Verner ... Waitress
Susan Wherrett ... director's PA
Nicholas Young ... Chris Masters

Season 4, Episode 12: Another Sunday and Sweet F.A

9 January 1972
Mr. Armistead is the referee for an amateur league Sunday Football match. Disliked and abused by all the players he tries to play fair and ensure they follow the rules. By the end of the match he's had enough and really uses his head to show them that he's not as useless as they all think.
David Swift ... Mr. Armistead
Gordon McGrae ... Parker Street Captain
Freddie Fletcher ... Albion Captain
Fred Feast ... Parker Street Coach
Joe Gladwin ... Sam
Duggie Brown ... Albion Coach
Bert King ... Albion Linesman

David Bradley ... Parker Street Goalie
Susan Littler ... Jeannie
Anne Kirkbride ... Player's Girlfriend
Clare Sutcliffe ... Player's Girlfriend
Clare Kelly ... Gwen
Lynne Carol ... Woman with Dog
Michael De Frayne ... Norman, Groundsman (as Michael De Freyne)
Alan Erasmus ... Parker Street Player
Roy Nield ... Albion Player
Joey Kaye ... Albion Player
John Proctor ... Albion Goalie
Stephen Bent ... Parker Street Player
Bruce Watt ... Boy
Bryan Sweeney ... Boy
Dominic Toner ... Boy
Ken Sicklen (as Kenneth Sicklen)
Mark Richards
Jim Coleman
Simon Bennet (as Simon Bennett)
Barry John
Paul Simon
Johnny Mansell

Roy Alon
John Who

Season 4, Episode 13: A Man About a Dog

16 January 1972

Geoffrey Bayldon ... Finsbury

David Hedison ... Bill Kromin

Richard Johnson ... Dr. Clive Riordan
George Merritt ... Aitkin

Kate O'Mara ... Storm Riordan

Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14

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Season 4, Episode 15: Whose Life Is It Anyway?

12 March 1972
A devoted hospital team battle with man who does not want to live anymore.
John Barcroft ... Doctor Travers
Julian Curry ... Philip Hill
Hal Dyer ... Sister. Anderson
Michael Hall ... Doctor Barr
Donald Hewlett ... Peter Kershaw QC
Philip Latham ... Dr. Emerson
Jane Lowe ... Mrs. Boyle
Richard Matthews ... Andrew Eden QC

Ian McShane ... Ken Harrison
Suzanne Neve ... Dr. Joan Scott
Tricia Scott ... Nurse Sadler
John Welsh ... Judge Millhouse

Season 4, Episode 16: A Summer Story

19 March 1972

Rio Fanning ... Phillips
Jack Hedley ... Mike

Ian Hendry ... Nico
Rosemary McHale ... Doris
Toby Robins ... Fanny

Season 4, Episode 17: Major Lavender

26 March 1972

Robert Flemyng ... Major Lavender
Angela Galbraith ... Pam

Rachel Kempson ... Celia Lavender
Dinsdale Landen ... Giles
Leonard Maguire ... Prof. Roy

Jean Marsh ... Jenny
Basil Moss ... Dick
Jeffrey Segal ... Nobby
Malcolm Stoddard ... Mike
George Sweeney ... Gerry

Season 4, Episode 18: Time Lock

2 April 1972

Wendy Allnutt ... Janet Walker

Robert Beatty ... Mr. Zeeder
John Carlisle ... Colin Walker
Christine Cracknell ... Secretary
Tom Criddle ... Doctor Foy
Paul Eddington ... Police Inspector
Barbara Ewing ... Joan Webb
Clive Graham ... Journalist #1
Dick Graham ... TV Commentator
Roy Hanlon ... Jarvis
Simon Henderson ... Mark Walker
Philip Latham ... Peter Dawson

Billy Murray ... Welder #2
Guy Nicholls ... Journalist #2
Ron Pember ... Welder #1
Charles Rea ... Foreman
Warren Stanhope ... George Foster
John Welsh ... Doctor Hewitson

Season 4, Episode 19: The Last Journey

9 April 1972
The story of the last days in the life of the great writer Leo Tolstoy, whose passionate concern for the people of Russia began to destroy his relationship with his wife Sonya.

Season 4, Episode 20: Ben Spray

4 June 1972

Season 4, Episode 21: It's Good to See You

11 June 1972

John Carlisle ... Roger Terson
Julian Curry ... Steve Fletcher
Donald Eccles ... Richard Well
Marilyn Finlay ... The typist
Suzanne Neve ... Ann Terson

Season 4, Episode 22: Consequences

18 June 1972


Joss Ackland ... Councillor Horne

Richard Beckinsale ... Dermot
Kate Binchy ... Beattie
Sylvia Brayshay ... Christine
Ysanne Churchman ... Lady #1
Fred Griffiths ... Taxi driver
Alison Hughes ... Student #1
Sally Jones ... Shop assistant
Annette Kerr ... Lady #2
Megan Latimer ... Lady #3
Edith MacArthur ... Mrs. Mculloch
Priscilla Morgan ... Eunice Horne
Mitzi Rogers ... Myrna Rogers
David Sands ... Student #3
Marc Zuber ... Student #2

Season 4, Episode 23: A Marriage

25 June 1972

Patricia Brake ... Amanda
Nicholas Hoye ... Paul

Richard Johnson ... Richard
Mary Peach ... Angie
Barbara Shelley ... Clare

Season 4, Episode 24: Madly in Love

2 July 1972
Angus, a shy young poet, attempts to woo a girl called Mary.

Richard Beckinsale ... Angus MacFee
Madeline Smith ... Mary Todd
Eleanor Summerfield ... Mrs. Elsie Todd

Michael Bates ... Reginald Todd
Stuart Mungall ... Doctor Gordon MacNair

Season 4, Episode 25: Summer and Winter

9 July 1972

Andree Evans ... Vera Ware
Gerald Flood ... Willy Fielding
Patricia Haines ... Flora Fielding
Edward Harvey ... Marsh
Tina Heath ... Patience Fielding
Bernard Hepton ... john Ware
Christopher Payne ... Silas Fielding
Frances White ... Judith Benson

Season 4, Episode 26: The Rose Garden

16 July 1972

Gladys Bacon ... Maid
Andrew Cruickshank ... Reuben Bordone

Lesley Dunlop ... Petra Bordone
Paul Eddington ... Paul Bordone
Sara Lawson ... Angela Bordone
John Lee ... Dr.Parker
Hugh Manning ... Wexford

Season 4, Episode 27: Last Year's Confetti

23 July 1972
Recently married Jenny asks her mother Rosa advice about the unhappiness she feels, but her mother cannot offer any solace as she reveals she has also been unhappily married.

Stephanie Beacham ... Jenny Draper
Terence Edmond ... Peter Draper
David Langton ... Richard Seal
Joanna McCallum ... Julia Shepherd

Googie Withers ... Rosalind Shepherd

Season 4, Episode 28: Before Paris

30 July 1972

Jane Fox ... Marion
Kerry Gardner ... Pete
Edward Judd ... John
Joanna Shelley ... Angela
Margaret Whiting ... Ruth

Season 4, Episode 29: A Bit of Vision

6 August 1972


Roy Dotrice ... Stuart

Clive Revill ... Paddy

Adrienne Corri ... Victoria

Annette Crosbie ... Nesta
John Carson ... Johnny Brown
John White ... Nibs
Tim Killinback ... Padraic (as Tim Killingback)
Gabriella Smart ... Siobhan
Nicholas Scrivner ... Sean

Season 4, Episode 30: Sharing the Honours

13 August 1972


Jane Asher ... Martha Washbrook
Andrew Dallmeyer ... John Arkoff

Nigel Davenport ... Ed Sterling
Vivienne Dixon ... The secretary
Robert Keegan ... Lord Bearman
Rosalind Lloyd ... the American girl
Morris Perry ... Stanley Lismore

Siân Phillips ... Sally Stirling

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Vamp

1 October 1972


Shelley Winters ... Barbara bennet
David Wood ... Colin

Season 5, Episode 2: When the Music Stops

8 October 1972

Donald Churchill ... Robert
Nell Curran ... Jane

Edward Fox ... Ian
Mary Peach ... Angela
Salmaan Peerzada ... Dancer (as Salmaan Peer)

Season 5, Episode 3: When the Wheel Turns

15 October 1972


Michael Bates ... George
Michael Beint ... David Nichols
Diana Berriman ... Susan Windrush
David Garth ... Salesman
Len Jones ... Michael Nichols
Rosemary Leach ... Mary Nichols
Victor Platt ... Charlie
John Rainer ... Colin Windrush
Herbert Ramskill ... Ministry clerk
Gerald Taylor ... Derek Marshall
Sally Thomsett ... Linda Nichols

Season 5, Episode 4: Ted

22 October 1972

Ernest Clark ... Oliver Cox
Michael Culver ... Tony Richards

Tony Haygarth ... James Malgrew (as Anthony Haygarth)

Delia Lindsay ... Elizabeth Kindley
Cyril Luckham ... Stanley Winterton
Richard Morant ... Ted Winterton
Carmen Munroe ... Alice Olivera

Patricia Quinn ... Cynthia

Season 5, Episode 5: The Samaritan

29 October 1972


Tom Bell ... Vic Crawley

Kenneth Cranham ... Terry

Martin Jarvis ... Godfrey Footman
Lisa Ross ... The woman

Season 5, Episode 6: Three Months Gone

5 November 1972

Season 5, Episode 7: God Send Sunday

12 November 1972

Kate Binchy ... Sister Bartholomew
Evin Crowley ... Meg
Veronica Duffy ... Elizabeth
Marjorie Hogan ... Sister William
Sally Travers ... Sister Patrick

Season 5, Episode 8: First Sight

19 November 1972

Season 5, Episode 9: Triangles

26 November 1972

Season 5, Episode 10: The Web

3 December 1972

Season 5, Episode 11: The Guests

10 December 1972

Margaret Leighton ... The woman

Season 5, Episode 12: The Piano Player

17 December 1972

Keith Ashley ... Waiter
Gareth Forwood ... Desmond
Oliver Gilbert ... Young man

Angharad Rees ... The Girl

Clive Revill ... Patrick Nolan
Cyril Shaps ... Fritz Loomis
William Simons ... Fred
David Waller ... Inspector

Season 5, Episode 13: The Death of Adolf Hitler

7 January 1973
The final days in the Bunker, with Hitler becoming more and more paranoid, plumbing the depths of his madness and reaching his well deserved fate.

Frank Finlay ... Adolf Hitler
Caroline Mortimer ... Eva Braun
Oscar Quitak ... Joseph Goebbels
Marion Mathie ... Magda Goebbels
Ed Devereaux ... Martin Bormann

Ray McAnally ... Dr. Gebhardt
Michael Lees ... Albert Speer
Derek Francis ... Prof. Morell
Peter Blythe ... Dr. Stumpfegger
Michael Turner ... General Krebs
Wanda Moore ... Traudl Junge
Mitzi Rogers ... Gerda Christian
Mark Praid ... Helmut Goebbels
Raymond Adamson ... Field Marshal Keitel
Tony Steedman ... General Alfred Jodl
Clifford Rose ... General Koller
Jonathan Elsom ... Linge
Myvanwy Jenn ... Hanna Reitsch
Robert Cawdron ... Hermann Goering
John Carlin ... Zanger
Inigo Jackson ... Hermann Fegelein

Michael Sheard ... Heinrich Himmler
Geoffrey Toone ... Von Ribbentrop
Richard Bebb ... Grand Admiral Doenitz
Hector Ross ... General Burgdorf
Richard Hampton ... Lorenz
John Ringham ... Walter Wagner
Dan Meaden ... Guensche
Tara Soppet ... Liesl
Michael Richmond ... Sewer Breadseller
Peter Elliott ... Sewer Queer
Mary Henry ... Sewer Prostitute
Harry Brooks Jr. ... Axmann (as Harry Brooks Jnr.)
Alan Brown ... Telephone Adjutant
Laidlaw Dalling ... 2nd Adjutant
Carole Boyd ... Fraulein Manzialy
Norman Ettlinger ... Vice-Admiral Voss
Julian Fox ... Colonel Von Below
Willy Bowman ... Field Marshall Von Greim
Cyril Appleton ... 1st Guard
Sean Arnold ... 2nd Guard
Sally Sanders ... Whore
Suzanne Ozanne ... Rape Victim
Andrew Lodge ... 1st SS Man
David Landon ... 2nd SS Man
Clare Jenkins ... Gretl Fegelein
Lindsay Barker ... Holde Goebbels
Marion Thanisch ... Hilde Goebbels (as Marion Thanich)
Mandy Perryment ... Helga Goebbels
Martine Chapman ... Hedda Goebbels
Lisa Moss ... Heide Goebbels
David de Keyser ... Narrator
Sabre ... Blondi

Season 5, Episode 14: The Staff Room

14 January 1973

Roland Culver ... Catherwood
John Nettleton ... Parkin
Daphne Slater ... Diana Corby
David Waller ... Major Corby

Season 5, Episode 15: Sarah

21 January 1973

Pheona McLellan ... Sarah
Jacqui Byford ... Miss Jones
Pat Heywood ... Mrs. Gresham
Ursula Howells ... Mrs. Clissold
Mark Kingston
Kathleen Michael
Richard Vernon ... Clissold

Season 5, Episode 16: Pleased to Meet You

25 March 1973

Michael Coles ... Ron
Glynn Edwards ... Jim

Barry Foster ... John Dixon
Christina Greatrex ... Penny Thatcher
Janet Key ... Kathy Dixon

Season 5, Episode 17: The Ruffian on the Stair

1 April 1973

Michael Bryant ... Mike

Judy Cornwell ... Joyce
Billy Hamon ... Wilson

Season 5, Episode 18: Adam

8 April 1973
Adam stands for Automated Domestic Appliance Monitor. Jean's dolls as a child loved her in her imagination, but is she imagining now a computer her husband installed to do the housework is actually falling in love with her?

Willoughby Gray ... Brigadier Perring
Georgina Hale ... Jean Empson
Anthony Jackson ... Adam (voice)
Mark Jones ... Roger Empson
Tom Kempinski ... Metcalfe
Richardson Morgan ... Hanley
Cicely Paget-Bowman ... Kitty
Madge Ryan ... Jean's mum

Season 5, Episode 19: But Fred, Freud Is Dead

15 April 1973

Eamon Boland ... Mike
Anita Carey ... Sue
Colin Farrell ... John Ansell
Pat Heywood ... Dora Evans
David Swift ... Fred Evans

Season 5, Episode 20: Long Day's Journey Into Night

10 March 1973
On a day in the summer of 1912, the family of retired matinee idol James Tyrone grapples with the morphine addiction of Tyrone's wife Mary, the illness of their youngest son Edmund, and the alcoholism and debauchery of the older son Jamie. As day turns into night, guilt, anger, despair, and regret threaten to destroy the family.

Laurence Olivier ... James Tyrone Sr.
Constance Cummings ... Mary Tyrone
Denis Quilley ... James 'Jamie' Tyrone Jr.

Ronald Pickup ... Edmund Tyrone

Maureen Lipman ... Cathleen

Season 5, Episode 21: Harlequinade

29 April 1973

Season 5, Episode 22: Afternoon at the Festival

6 May 1973

Rosalind Ayres ... Anita

Adrienne Corri ... Dana
Jason Kemp ... Jack

Leo McKern ... Leo
Donald Pickering ... Howerd

Season 5, Episode 23: The Coffee Lace

13 May 1973

Joyce Carey ... Lily
Kathleen Harrison ... Rose

Mary Healey ... Madge
Elsie Randolph ... Iris
John Welsh ... Johnny

Season 5, Episode 24: Passengers

20 May 1973

Season 5, Episode 25: Willy

3 June 1973

Season 5, Episode 26: Lorna and Ted

17 June 1973


Zoë Wanamaker ... Lorna Green

Brian Blessed ... Ted Gissing
Mike Boone ... Keith (as Michael Boone)
Joseph Holroyd ... Mr. Green
Tina Martin ... Shirley
Jill Summers ... Mrs. Green
Pat Wallis ... 'Marge'

Season 5, Episode 27: Reckoning Day

1 July 1973

Norman Bird ... Stanley Nicholson
Noel Dyson ... Dora Nicholson
Sheila Fearn ... Barbara
Vanda Godsell ... Amy Cooper
Reginald Marsh ... Jack Cooper
Kathleen Worth ... Barmaid

Season 5, Episode 28: It Only Hurts for a Minute

8 July 1973
Respected (but out of work and broke) film cameraman Harry Griffin is offered a job to film a blue movie.

Mel Churcher ... Janet

Lesley Dunlop ... Ann Griffin

Denholm Elliott ... Harry Griffin
Carolyn Jones ... Pam
Colette O'Neil ... Margaret Griffin
Kenneth J. Warren ... Blore

Season 5, Episode 29: The Intruders

15 July 1973

Ben Bazell ... Dave

Julie Dawn Cole ... Helen
Cathryn Harrison ... Angela
Len Jones ... Les

John Moulder-Brown ... Jan

Season 5, Episode 30: Blinkers

22 July 1973


Barbara Ferris ... Anne
Stuart Henry ... Gerry
Betty Marsden ... Mrs. Graham

John Neville ... Harry
Margaret Robertson ... Pamela

Season 5, Episode 31: Free as a Bird

29 July 1973

Sylvia Brayshay ... Pauline Lowe
June Brown ... Mrs. Lowe
Margaret Burton ... Landlady
Rosemarie Dunham ... Mrs. Bell
Joyce Grundy ... Mrs. Burnidge

Percy Herbert ... Eli
Paul Kelly ... Jim Lowe
David Lincoln ... Don Lowe
Simon Rouse ... Brian Lowe
Jill Summers ... Aunt

Season 5, Episode 32: A Question of Everything

5 August 1973


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Young Guy Seeks Part-Time Work

16 September 1973

Bruce Boa ... The client

Anna Massey ... Jane
William Relton ... Adrian
Anton Rodgers ... Philip

Season 6, Episode 2: Hopcraft Into Europe

23 September 1973
A bored and frustrated Englishman leaves his fiancee and takes his model airplane business to France. There, he is immediately contacted by a beautiful, mysterious Frenchwoman who teaches English, and whose son is a Maoist revolutionary.

Clive Revill ... Stanley Hopcraft

Geraldine McEwan ... Madeleine Desmarest

Arthur Lowe ... Mason
Angela Scoular ... Patty

Diana Quick ... Marie-Louise

Ian Charleson ... Guillaume Desmarest

Season 6, Episode 3: Katapult

28 October 1973

James Bate ... Dick

Tom Chadbon ... Phil

Warren Clarke ... Steve
Maggie Don ... Sarah

Paul Freeman ... Keith
Neil Johnston ... Ted
Norman Jones ... The Printer
Josie Kidd ... Keethy
Jean Leppard ... Liz
Tony Melody ... Tom
Gillian Rhind ... Mo
Paul Rosebury ... Eddie
Alec Sabin ... Pete
Graham Weston ... Vince

Season 6, Episode 4: In the Heel of the Hunt

16 December 1973

Ron Hackett ... Kennedy
Ian Hastings ... Sean
Barry Keegan ... Malloy

Rynagh O'Grady ... Bridie
Niall Taiben ... Bruno

Season 6, Episode 5: Visitors

23 December 1973

Season 6, Episode 6: No Harm Done

24 February 1974

Season 6, Episode 7: Geography of a Horse Dreamer

31 March 1974

Glenn Beck ... Garson
Iain Cuthbertson ... The Doctor

Donal Donnelly ... Cody
Paul Maxwell ... Feingers

T.P. McKenna ... Sontee
Eddie Powell ... Jasper
Tony Sibbald ... Beauju

Season 6, Episode 8: Only the Other Day

7 April 1974
Old friends realize that life and age has worn away the reactionary socialist principals they shared in their youth.
Polly Adams ... Jackie
John Beardmore ... the Bailiff

Michael Byrne ... Jason
Susan Engel ... Ruth
Derek Fowlds ... Neil
Peter Jolley ... Bailiff's Assistance
Richard Kane ... Fenton
Hugh Martin ... Worker
Tim Munro
Derek O'Connor

Derrick O'Connor ... Jim
Angela Scoular ... Thomasine

Season 6, Episode 9: Catholics

29 November 1973
In the near future, the Catholic church has joined with other western religions in an ecumenical movement that has washed out much of the original message of the religion. A group of Irish monks have begun saying the mass again in Latin and have begun to have an international following. Martin Sheen is sent from Rome to bring them to task and they must confront what is truly essential in their worship and what is not.

Trevor Howard ... The Abbot

Raf Vallone ... Father General

Martin Sheen ... Father Kinsella

Cyril Cusack ... Father Manus
Andrew Keir ... Father Matthew
Godfrey Quigley ... Father Walter

Michael Gambon ... Brother Kevin

Leon Vitali ... Brother Donald
Seamus Healy ... Brother Pius
John Kelly ... Brother Paul
John Franklyn ... Brother Martin
Patrick Long ... Brother Sean
Cecil Sheridan ... Brother Malachy
Tom Jordan ... Father Terrence
Liam Burk ... Brother Daniel
Richard Oliver ... Brother Alphonsus
Frank Howard ... Father Colum
Gilbert McIntyre ... Brother John
John Pine ... Brother Benedict
Conor Evans ... Brother Michael
Derry Power ... Dirty Monk
Joe Pilkington ... Boatman
Geoffrey Golden ... Publican

Season 6, Episode 10: There Is a Happy Land

5 May 1974
Keith Waterhouse's near autobiographical tale about characters from his childhood.
Bernard Atha ... Park ranger
Harry Beety ... Groggy
Susan Braddock ... Marion Longbottom
Christine Buckley ... Auntie Betty
Fred Feast ... Mr. Longbottom
Pamela Hunt ... Barbara Monoghan
Brian Miller ... Pyecroft
Lorraine Peters ... Mrs. Fawcett
Bryan Pringle ... Uncle Mad
David Stevens ... Ted Patterson
Pat Wallis ... Mrs. Longbottom
Paul Woodhead ... Jackie Heseltine

Season 6, Episode 11: Easter Tells Such Dreadful Lies

19 May 1974

Season 6, Episode 12: Possessions

26 May 1974


Unknown Season


A Private Matter

25 August 1974


Ian Charleson ... Tony Black-Matheson
Barry Justice ... Chris Black-Matheson

Rachel Kempson ... Lady Black-Matheson
Stephen Murray ... Merv

Hearty Crafty

11 August 1974


Richard Briers ... Ronald
Diana Coupland ... Lilian
Doris Kitts ... Neighbour
Barbara Laurenson ... Bertrice
Carole Needham ... Miss Wise
Ronald Nunnery ... Caretaker
Maureen Pryor ... Doris
Stephen Temperley ... Ken

Just in Time for Christmas

23 December 1972

Geoffrey Bayldon ... Mr Nottage
Alfred Burke ... Leo Nottage
Fanny Carby ... Mrs Davis
Clive Cazes ... Waiter
Meg Davies ... Antigone
Jumoke Debayo ... Sister Nora
Joan Hickson ... Mrs. Hope-Rising
Angela Rooks ... Sister Denny
Gwen Watford ... Janet Nottage
Jane Wood ... Young mum

Tales of Piccadilly: A Special Occasion

23 January 1971

Mischa De La Motte ... Theatre goer
John Gregson ... Michael Upton

Christian Rodska ... Freddie
Sheila White ... June

Tales of Piccadilly: A Windmill in the Windows

7 February 1971

Elsie Randolph ... Lilian
Joseph O'Conor ... Robert
Neil McCallum ... Charlie
Patricia Hastings ... Alicia
Ian Cooper ... Donald
Geoffrey Morris ... Alan
John Gatrell ... George
Mary Miller ... Jean
Michael Moore ... Alfred
Carlos Douglas ... Bill
Michael Turner ... Arnie

Tales of Piccadilly: Out of Town Girl

30 January 1971

Bruce Boa ... American tourist
Denise Buckley ... Fiona Macleod
Angela Down ... Jenny Hopkins
Neville Marten ... Tourist
Richard Pendrey ... Lieut. Pat Craig
Bob Sessions ... Lieut. Buzz Mayer
Jill Damas ... Young Woman (uncredited)
Jim Delaney ... Man (uncredited)
Jeanne Doree ... Woman (uncredited)
Avril Ellis ... Woman (uncredited)
George Howse ... Man (uncredited)
Jimmy Mac ... Man (uncredited)
Jean MacFarlane ... Woman (uncredited)
Anthony Mayne ... Man (uncredited)
Wyn McLeod ... Woman (uncredited)
Michael Reynal ... Man (uncredited)
Patrick Scott ... Man (uncredited)
Rosemary Turner ... Woman (uncredited)
Santiago Varela ... Man (uncredited)

The Regulars

26 January 1973


Peter Barkworth ... Mr. Bell
Don Hawkins ... Damion
Petra Markham ... Maureen
Carmel McSharry ... Nora
Desmond Perry ... Mr. MacIntyre
Edward Petherbridge ... Eddie
Madge Ryan ... Simone

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