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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: One Way Out

10 September 1989
James Carlisle is a successful architect who sees his children every weekend following his divorce from Lyn. When Lyn falls in love with the unstable Bernard, James is forced to take drastic action.

Bob Peck ... James

Denis Lawson ... Bernard

Samantha Bond ... Sue
Lesley Nightingale ... Lyn
David Swift ... Beddow
Bill Wallis ... Reece

Enn Reitel ... Rick
Roberta Taylor ... Athene
Robert Hickson ... Edward
Caroline Holdaway ... Ann Tregeen
David Firth ... Alex
John Clive ... Prudoe
Edward Lyon ... Roger
Geoffrey Drew ... Tutor
Ulric Browne ... Marcus
Bill Moody ... Hit Man
Richard Pescud ... Cochrane
Barry Woolgar ... Patrick
Joan White ... Mary
Joanna Phillips-Lane ... Policewoman
Peggy Ann Wood ... Lady in Hospital
Gemma Street ... Gemma
Hannah Morris ... Hannah
Robert Chalkley ... Robert
Katherine Young ... Katie

Season 1, Episode 2: 1996

17 September 1989
In Britain in the mid-1990s, terrorism and civil disobedience are rife. Jack Bentham, a senior Scotland Yard detective, has two cases involving shooting to investigate: one at a demonstration by radical nurses, one by police officers in Wales. The further he delves into both cases, the more evidence he discovers of corruption at the highest administrative levels.
Keith Barron ... Cmdr Jack Bentham

Alun Armstrong ... Det Supt Frank Burroughs
Gillian Eaton ... Maureen Fry
Dudley Sutton ... Deputy Commissioner Sir Harry Streeter
Tom Marshall ... Det Insp Bill Senior

Keith Allen ... Det Supt Alan Horsfall
Brinley Jenkins ... Chief Const. Maurice Probert
Clyde Pollitt ... Dep Chief Const. Donald Preece

David Ryall ... Sir Cyril Llewellyn (DPP)
Alan Devlin ... Sir Rex Ferriday (MI6)
Shirley King ... Muriel Dumont (PCA)

Derek Hutchinson ... Sgt Keeper
Robert Blythe ... Chief Insp. Price
Guy Williams ... Laurence Payne
Roger Brierley ... Julian Brind
Martin Troakes ... Chief Supt. Jones
Jenny Downham ... Jane Whitehouse
Mike Hayward ... Supt Williams
Richard Lynch ... PC Peters
Ian Rowlands ... PC Pratley
Bernard Latham
Jane Phillips
Becca Parry Jones

Richard Harrington
Richard Vatsaloo
Stephen Amos
Roger Nott
Lynette Edwards
David Lever
Russell Gomer
Sian Merrick
Frank Rozelaar-Green (as Frank Rozelaar Green)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Accountant

24 September 1989
Kindly accountant is kidnapped by mafia types while he is equally concerned about his son's Bar Mitzvah. Is sweet and painful.

Alfred Molina ... Lionel Ellerman
Tracie Hart ... Marsha Ellerman
Georgia Mitchell ... Sharon
Clive Panto ... Bernard Hampton
David Graham ... Malcolm Druce
Ivano Staccioli ... D'Amico

Fintan McKeown ... Anthony Larrabeitti
Nadio Fortune ... Carlo
Lara Steele ... Louise Ellerman
Leonard Bendel ... David Ellerman
Raj Patel ... Roland Sharma
Roly Lamas ... Mr. Shrikkanth
Tim Stern ... Max
Pepe Lemer ... Anjelica
Louis Raynes ... Man In Nosh Bar
Geoff Atwell ... Eric

P.H. Moriarty ... Anthony James May
Malcolm Rennie ... Forsyth
Maxwell Hutcheon ... Tate
Desmond Rayner ... Rabbi Stanton
James Duggan ... McMichael
Lewis Cowen ... Ivor
Stella Richman ... Mrs. Ellerman
Stanley Davies ... Uncle Maurice
Joolia Cappleman ... Eve
Rachel Jacob ... Charlotte
Matthew King ... Marco (as Matthew King)
Tony Martell ... Mr. Levy
Susan Gee ... Girl In Caterers
Deborah Hall ... Newsreader
Richard Kershaw ... TV Presenter

Season 1, Episode 4: Home Run

1 October 1989


Michael Kitchen ... Bill English
Corinne Dacla ... Anna
Georgia Allen ... Dolly Roberts
Keith Barron ... McAlister
Anne Carroll ... Joy McAlister
Alice Dawnay ... Child
Nick Dawney ... Child (as Nick Dawnay)
David Doyle ... Fleck
Michael Fitzgerald ... Giles
John Fletcher ... Youth
Tom Georgeson ... Goodis
Dean Harris ... Brian
Rose Hill ... Old lady
Terence Hillyer ... Tony McRoberts
Michael Hizer ... Den

Dominic Jephcott ... Graham
Christine Kavanagh ... Celia
Barbara Marten ... Bill's wife

Michael Müller ... Trent Sadder
Andrew Powell ... Neighbour
David Pullan ... Laurence
Ethna Roddy ... Linda

Season 1, Episode 5: She's Been Away

9 September 1989
Locked away in an asylum as a young girl because she was an embarrassment to her family, then forgotten, an old woman returns to what's left of her kin and to her memories.

Peggy Ashcroft ... Lillian Huckle

Geraldine James ... Harriet Ambrose

James Fox ... Hugh Ambrose
Jackson Kyle ... Dominic Ambrose
Rosalie Crutchley ... Gladys

Rachel Kempson ... Matilda

Rebecca Pidgeon ... Young Lillian
Cryss Jean Healey ... Young Margaret
Leslie Goodall ... Old Edward (as Lesley Goodall)
Edgar Goodall ... Thomas

René Zagger ... Young Thomas
Barnaby Holm ... Young Edward
Donald Douglas ... Lillian's Father
Hugh Lloyd ... George
Brid Brennan ... Lillian's Nurse
David Hargreaves ... Lillian's Doctor

Hugh Ross ... 1920's Doctor
Carrie Thomas ... 1920's Nurse
Sally Ann Goodworth ... Hotel Pianist
Jon Strickland ... Reception

Michael Carter ... Head Waiter
Nick Kemp ... Policeman on News
David Pullan ... Harriet's Partner

Claire Jacobs ... Girl at Reception (as Claire Williamson)
Graham Callan ... Suite Host
James Griffiths ... Hospital Doctor

Francesca Buller ... Hospital Nurse
Maureen Nelson ... Woman
Robyn Moore ... Louise
Pamela Dale ... Teresa
Richard Haddon Haines ... Harley Street Doctor
David Timson ... Movie Buff
Richard Huw ... Baby Scan Doctor
Malcolm Mudie ... Party Guest
Ann Haydn ... Supermarket Cashier
Doyle Richmond ... Traffic Warden

Season 1, Episode 6: The Mountain and the Molehill

15 October 1989


Michael Gough ... Mr. Maggs
Michael Quill ... Reg
Demetri Jagger ... Dennis
Jacob Krichefski ... Norman

John Carson ... Lauderdale

Paul Brooke ... Lilliwhite
Ian Thompson ... Meadows
Sally Noden ... Jennifer
Eliza Hunt ... Mrs. Anderson
Valérie Chassigneux ... Mademoiselle Gidoux
Alan David ... Mr. Smout
Charles Lewsen ... Mr. Bellows

Frank Williams ... Major Sykes

Season 1, Episode 7: Blore M.P.

22 October 1989


Maggie O'Neill ... Bernadette Woolley

Timothy West ... Derek Blore
Alexei Jawdokimov ... Juri Kutuzov (as Alexi Jawdokimov)
Sergei Rousakov ... Russian Official
Oscar Quitak ... Professor

James Warwick ... Van De Merve
Edward Lyon ... Male PPS
Jennie Goossens ... Beryl
Paul Daneman ... Prime Minister
Rowena Cooper ... Edna Phillips

Jill Baker ... Priscilla Blore
Serena Harragin ... Harriet Erskine-Young

John Pirkis ... Male Journalist (as John Duval)
James Holland ... Julian Blore
Antonia Loyd ... Kate Blore
Susie Blake ... Belinda Beauchamp

Barry Jackson ... Ted Sangster
Ronald Russell ... Lord Colindale
Rosemary Martin ... Pam Sangster
Peggy Ann Wood ... Mrs. Woods
Stephen Moore ... Henry Feathers
Edward Cast ... Sir Robert
Shelley Pielou ... Felicity
Anna Capaldi ... Encarna

Ray Winstone ... Stan Castigano
Joan Bakewell ... Herself
Kaleem Janjua ... Registrar
Clyde Pollitt ... Gerry Ransom
Mary Duddy ... Mary Woolley
Luke Kelly ... Constable at Blore's
Alex Knight ... Constable
John Baddeley ... Mr. Brackley
Alan Halley ... 1st Reporter
Steve Hervieu ... 2nd Reporter
James Walker ... Headmaster
David Jackson ... Chief Constable

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: News Hounds

2 September 1990


Adrian Edmondson ... Phil Burke

Alison Steadman ... Jackie Johns
Paul Kember ... Gavin Fletcher
Judith Scott ... Liz Jolly
Antony Marsh ... Ted Hammond

Christopher Fulford ... Tony Lash

Linda Bassett ... Virginia Lyddon

Steven Mackintosh
Alex Knight ... Peter Reid
Janet Behan ... Ann Reid
Nigel Pegram ... William Henderson
Leonard Webster ... Assistant News Editor
Britt Morrow ... Editor's Secretary

Sarah Flind ... Jackie's Secretary
Edwina Currie ... Herself (as Mrs Edwina Currie MP)

Season 2, Episode 2: Frankenstein's Baby

9 September 1990
Paul quarrels with his girlfriend Jane about when to start a family and Dr Eva Frankenstein comes to his aid by helping him to become the world's first pregnant man!

Nigel Planer ... Paul Hocking
Kate Buffery ... Jane Bligh
Yvonne Bryceland ... Dr. Frankenstein
William Armstrong ... Rick Cole
Sian Thomas ... Judith Cole
Gillian Raine ... Mrs. Bligh
Richard Haddon Haines ... Sam Sellers
Elizabeth Carling ... Esther Frazier
Badi Uzzaman ... Clinic registrar
Robbie Phipp ... Louis Cole
Luke Howgate ... Mark Cole
Arturo Venegas ... Mr. Managos
John Boswell ... George Hocking
Ninka Scott ... Dr. Frankenstein's assistant
Samantha Skelton ... Nurse
Andrea Miller ... Sister
Victoria Plum ... Marriage registrar
Teresa Banham ... Voluntary worker
Harbans Singh ... Diplomat

Anton Alexander ... Waiter
Fidel Nanton ... Customer

Season 2, Episode 3: The Police

16 September 1990
A group of schoolchildren set up a police force to stand up to the school bullies but things soon get out of hand..

Guy Faulkner ... Edgar

Oliver Ford Davies ... James Acheson
Michael Bell ... George

Paul Collins ... Doug
Alan Cave ... Kevin
Dawn Shrimpton ... Jackie
Andrew Morum ... Dean
Kevin Upton ... Carl
Jonathan Farrer ... Roy
Clare McIntyre ... Liz
Ben Hayes ... Matthew
Neville Watchurst ... Mr. Mitchell
Arbel Jones ... Mrs. Hill
David Baukham ... D.I. Whitton (as David Bauckham)
Derek Martin ... D.I. Russell
Susan Colverd ... W.D.C. Hudson
Daniel Barrett ... Gordon
Shiloh McLean ... Kenny
Stuart Channer ... Keith
Caroline Ryder ... School Secretary
Arthur Ellis ... Man in House
Marika Barden ... The Judge
Annelise Ranger ... Kim
Darron Gipson ... John
Brett Evans ... Gavin
Louise Adams ... Jackie's Friend
Daniela Baker ... George's Admirer
Matthew Kitchin ... Nervous Boy
James Harrington ... Small Boy in Toilet
Matthew Manning ... Small Boy in Toilet

Season 2, Episode 4: Sweet Nothing

23 September 1990
A youth abandoned by his family joins a group of homeless people.

Lee Ross ... Phil

Malcolm Sinclair ... Estate Agent
Adam Searle ... Pickpocket
Bob Mason ... Man in Station
Paul Kelly ... Social Worker
John Dair ... The Fat Man

Charlotte Coleman ... Ros
Ken Sharrock ... Rent Man
Margaret Clifton ... Lady in Furs
Barbara Thompson ... Sadie
Anthony Georghiou ... Microcosm

Ron Donachie ... Big Mac
Victor Maddern ... Frankie
Joan Heal ... Binnie

Andrew Tiernan ... Dog
Alan Stocks ... Tone
Sandi Toksvig ... Woman in Job Centre
Michael Melia ... Dustman

Janet McTeer ... Caroline
Emma Daniel ... Moonbeam
Sidney Livingstone ... Barman

Eileen Daly ... Stripogram
Simon Cadell ... VO Commentator
Matt Bradley ... First Policeman

Trevor Peacock ... Man in Cell
David Sinclair ... Duty Officer

Michael O'Hagan ... Police Chief

Mark Gilvary ... Homeless Protester (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Can You Hear Me Thinking?

30 September 1990
Judi Dench and her real-life husband, Michael Williams, play another married couple in this BAFTA-nominated tale of a family whose lives are shattered when their 16-year-old son develops schizophrenia. At first, he turns violent and has to be hospitalised. When he is released, the full implications of his illness strike home.

Judi Dench ... Anne
Michael Williams ... Kevin
Richard Henders ... Danny

Sally Bretton ... Jenny (as Sally Davis)
Nat Coombs ... Mark (as Nathaniel Coombs)
Paula Jacobs ... Rosemary
Christopher Burgess ... Officer Colleague
Heather Ramsay ... Dr. Silverton
Chris Stanton ... Leslie
Anthony Ingram ... Dr. Sher
Ranjit Nakara ... Nurse
Richard Syms ... Charge Nurse
Charmian May ... Consultant
Pik Sen Lim ... Sister (as Pik-Sen Lim)
Antonia Thomas ... Nurse
Dev Sagoo ... Registrar

Cliff Parisi ... Biker
Cyril Shaps ... Shammas
Sally McCormack ... Patient (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: One Last Chance

7 October 1990


Marina Sirtis ... Maria
George Jackos ... Nick
Mark Jefferis ... Terry
George Zenios ... Spiro
Bernard Spear ... Archie
Barbara Keogh ... Agatha
George Malpas ... Uncle Tom
Nicholas Kamenos ... Petro
Harry Landis ... Alfie
Andreas Markos ... Jimmy
Gina Maher ... Sylvie
Christopher Constantinou ... Panikos
Anthony Morton ... Aris
Peter Kosta ... Chef
Timothy Morand ... Luka
Michael Poole ... Old Man
Jo Abercrombie ... Ariadne
Tassia Messimeris ... Elefderia
George Loizou ... Boy in House
Eileen Way ... Aunt Anna
Lisa Wood ... Mandy
Chris Constantinou ... Panikos (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Sticky Wickets

14 October 1990


Alun Armstrong ... Evans

James Bolam ... Glyn
Gillian Elisa ... Phoebe
George Sewell ... Friedrich

William Thomas ... Cyril

Season 2, Episode 8: Survival of the Fittest

21 October 1990


Timothy West ... Geoffrey Cowper

Jean Anderson ... Molly Cowper

Nerys Hughes ... Betty Trinder

Elizabeth Spriggs ... Eileen Blackett
Timothy Davies ... Chris Trinder
Joanna Brookes ... June Trinder
Ben Porter ... Young Chris
Andrew Groves ... Richard
Doc O'Brien ... Taxi driver

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

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Season 2, Episode 10: Happy Feet

1 January 1991

Eric Allan ... Mr. Galt

Jim Broadbent ... Grocer
Stephanie Burton ... Marilyn
Heather Chasen ... Madam Ptzinski
Fergus Connor ... Beach photographer
Jeannie Crowther ... Mrs. Roux
Natalie Forbes ... Mrs. Ross
Meryl Hampton ... Mrs. Irving
Stephen Hancock ... Mr. Jackson
Chris Jury ... Festival steward
Marjie Lawrence ... Mrs. Jackson
Joan Linder ... Phyllis Pybus

Phyllis Logan ... Dora
Alison Mitchell ... Anne
Mandy More ... Sandra
John Naylor ... John
David Newborn ... Terry
Sarah-Jane Nicoll ... Stephanie

Derrick O'Connor ... Clifford

Fred Pearson ... Mayor
Robin Plant ... Beach photographer
Gillian Raine ... Hilda Pybus
Marie Rawlings ... Jackie
Diana Rayworth ... Mrs. O'Nolan
Veronica Roberts ... Mrs. Galt
Rebecca Simms ... Christine
Julie Westmoreland ... Patricia
Barbara Wheeler ... Lorna
Catherine Winn ... Heather

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Hancock

1 September 1991


Alfred Molina ... Tony Hancock

Frances Barber ... Freddie Hancock
Mel Martin ... Cicely Hancock

Malcolm Sinclair ... John Le Mesurier

Jim Carter ... Ray Galton

Clive Russell ... Alan Simpson

Paul Brooke ... Feature Writer
Nick Burnell ... Patrick Cargill
Edda Sharpe ... Girl Reporter
Ken Kitson ... Bus Driver
Stephen Bill ... Hugh Lloyd

Terry Diab ... Mrs. Lloyd
Danny Schiller ... Percy
Fred Darrington ... Beach Sculptor
Salih Ozdemirciler ... Nicholas
Jane Kaeser ... John's Girlfriend
Ian Brimble ... Southsea Reporter
Andy McEwan ... Southsea Reporter
Harry Ditson ... American TV Executive
Bradley Lavelle ... American Doctor
Colin Bruce ... Junior
Matt Bradley ... Mel
Vincent Driver ... American Director

Sebastian Knapp ... 'Bullwhip Griffin' Boy in Film
Miranda Forbes ... English Health Farm Receptionist
Barry McCarthy ... Reporter in Car Park
Richard Hawley ... Taxi Driver
Kenneth Gilbert ... Businessman on Plane
Terry Johnson ... Script Writer
Alan Palmer ... Australian Reporter
Christopher Crooks ... Australian Reporter (as Chris Crooks)
Barnaby Marriott ... Boy on Beach (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Tell Me That You Love Me

8 September 1991
Laura Sims has a successful career, but an unsuccessful love life. When she meets Gabriel, he seems like the perfect potential partner, but when the relationship begins to move too fast for Laura's liking, he stops being supportive and starts to become jealous, threatening, and dangerously obsessed.
Judith Scott ... Laura Sims

Sean Bean ... Gabriel Lewis

James Wilby ... Michael Evans
Rowena Cooper ... Connie Sims
David Lyon ... Leslie Boyd
Janet Amsbury ... Deirdre

Pippa Hinchley ... Julie
Ursula Jones ... Jilly
Candida Gubbins ... Helen
Lisa Orgolini ... Lucy
Barbara Ward ... Mary
Paul Lacoux ... Man at Bar
Laura Davenport ... Davina

Michael Cochrane ... Geoff
Terence Hillyer ... Geoff's Friend
Catriona Lowe ... Laura as a Child

Season 3, Episode 3: Filipina Dreamgirls

15 September 1991
Several men from Wales travel to the Philippines on an arranged tour to meet Filipina women for romance and possible marriage. None of the women are the ideal Asiatic beauties the men imagined, but by the end of the tour, most of the Welshmen return with a new bride.
Bill Maynard ... George Trout

Charlie Drake ... Lionel
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Carwyn Phillips
Lee Cornes ... Preston Scott

David Thewlis ... Tim Shanks
Ray Gravell ... Gareth (as Raymond Gravell)
Grace Amilbangsa ... Marietta Modestas
Angie Castrence ... Rosanna (as Angie V. Cantero)
Majesty Gaerlan ... Arquita
Max Phipps ... Ray
Roxanne Silverio ... Rosie
Andrea Arroyo ... Julie
Sylvia Garde ... Ignacia
Juliet Jimenez ... Martita
Ressie Manuel ... Dorita
Pita Liboro ... Elena
Elsie Astete ... Mamasan
Madonna de Vera ... Tim's Bargirl
Hermana Concepcion ... Marietta's Mother
Connie Chua ... Cora
Marissa Aclan ... Woman on Video
Daniel Galano ... Jeepney Driver

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

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Season 3, Episode 5: Ex

29 September 1991

Griff Rhys Jones ... Patrick

Geraldine James ... Alice

Penny Downie ... Sheila
Jonathan Hackett ... Colin

Dermot Crowley ... Simon

Sebastian Knapp ... Andrew

Kate Maberly ... Christine
Mary Jo Randle ... Jill
Margery Mason ... Joan

Bruce Montague ... Phillip
Lindy Alexander ... Melanie
Colin Douglas ... Donald
Christopher Scoular ... Mark
Nigel Gregory ... TV Director
Siobhan Hayes ... Babysitter
David Rolfe ... TV Dad
Lucy Parker ... Shop Assistant
Neville Phillips ... Waiter
Emma Myant ... TV Wine Bar Customer
David Milligan ... Garage Attendant
James Curran ... Party Guest
Marian Breen ... Party Guest
Toby Cockerell ... Boy at Shopping Mall
Thomas Sexton ... Baby
Jack Brockman ... Baby

Philippe Brenninkmeyer ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Prince

6 October 1991
Story of how a family is affected very greatly by their Alsation dog Prince

Sean Bean ... Jack Morgan
Celia Montague ... Marie Morgan
Jackie McGuire ... Claudie Morgan

Janet McTeer ... Adult Claudie
Ross ... Prince
Solo ... Prince
William Armstrong ... Tom
Marie Clifford ... Jeannie
Susan Brown ... Mrs. Tribbly
Gabrielle Cowburn ... Carol

Mark Tandy ... Vet
David Plimmer ... Ron
Roger McKern ... Cab Driver
Jeremy Carrad ... Television Newsreader
Rebecca Goodwin ... Denise
Cheryl Woodcock ... Linda
Hailey Foster ... Lynch Mob
Shelley Hastings ... Lynch Mob
Beatrice Fenton ... Lynch Mob
April Iles ... Lynch Mob

Season 3, Episode 7: Alive and Kicking

13 October 1991
Stevie "Smudger" Smith and his wife Marie are both addicted to drugs; he's also a dealer. The day he 'deals with' another dealer, she gives birth to a baby. The baby appears to be addicted too and Marie decides to give up the habit. Because Stevie doesn't want to give up using and dealing drugs, they take Marie and the baby away from him. The new, tough, social worker Liam Kane tries to get Stevie in his group sessions, by using his violent approach and by telling him it's the only way he'll ever see Marie and the baby back. So there seems to be hope to get Stevie clean, if only he wants to himself. That things aren't that easy is shown by the drugs addicted hooker Gail, who's satisfied with the life she leads.

Lenny Henry ... Stevie 'Smudger' Smith

Robbie Coltrane ... Liam Kane

Annabelle Apsion ... Marie

Geff Francis ... Barry Serradilla
Jillie Meers ... Midwife

Fintan McKeown ... Doctor

Jane Horrocks ... Gail
Beresford Le Roy ... Leroy

Hakeem Kae-Kazim ... Jerome
Cecilia Marquis ... Jenny
Mark Anthony Newman ... Dexter
Imogen Boorman ... Hayley Forbes-Clinton
Faith Tingle ... Shirley
Ewen Cummins ... Clyde

Cal MacAninch ... Axle

Paul Barber ... Earl Preston
Shireen Shah ... Nursing Officer

Sakuntala Ramanee ... Female Social Worker
Al Ashton ... Sgt Tocknell
Garry Roost ... Alan

Nick Dunning ... David Freeman

Justin Chadwick ... Martin
Andy Hockley ... Ray
Karl Tessler ... Michael
Jonathan Copestake ... Derek

Justine Francesca Glenton ... Jackie (as Justine Glenton)
Diane Parish ... (uncredited)
Natalie Roles ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: A Question of Attribution

20 October 1991
Sir Anthony Blunt, who was a Soviet agent for 25 years, is routinely questioned and gives no answers, but is knighted and works as Director of the Courtauld Institute, and presents his interrogator with a puzzle in the shape of a doubtful Titian painting. He also does art restoration work in Buckingham Palace, where he gets into an interesting conversation with HMQ.

James Fox ... Sir Anthony Blunt
Gregory Floy ... Radiologist

David Calder ... Chubb
Edward de Souza ... Collins

Geoffrey Palmer ... Donleavy

Jason Flemyng ... Colin
John Cater ... Restorer
Richard Bebb ... Consultant
Ann Beach ... Mrs. Chubb
Julia St John ... Receptionist
Mark Payton ... Phillips
Anne Jameson ... Blunt's Secretary
Barbara Hicks ... Lady at National Gallery

Prunella Scales ... H.M.Q.

Season 3, Episode 9: Adam Bede

1 January 1992
In 1799 rural England emotions run high when two men, one rich and one poor love the same girl, driving the confused girl to drastic measures.

Iain Glen ... Adam Bede

Patsy Kensit ... Hetty Sorrel

Susannah Harker ... Dinah Morris

James Wilby ... Arthur Donnithorne

Julia McKenzie ... Mrs. Poyser

Robert Stephens ... Reverend Irwine

Jean Marsh ... Lisbeth Bede

Freddie Jones ... Old Squire
Michael Percival ... Court Official
Edward Jewesbury ... Judge
Brian Osborne ... Jury Spokesman

Paul Brooke ... Martin Poyser
Tacita Haffenden ... Totty Poyser
Chase Marks ... Tommy Poyser
William Holmes ... Marty Poyser

Alan Cox ... Seth Bede
Michael Robbins ... Thias Bede

Jonathan Coy ... Pym
Angus Barnett ... Labourer
Johnnie Van Derrick ... Alick (as Johnny Van Derrick)
Roy Evans ... Coachman
Jack Milner ... Traveller
Jennie Heslewood ... Landlady
Bill Moody ... Landlord
Patsy Byrne ... Sarah Stone

James Greene ... Prosecution Council
George Innes ... John Olding
John Burgess ... Sheriff

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: A Very Polish Practice

6 September 1992
Dr. Daker feels finally settled in his life in Poland with his new wife and son, but he soon find things to be just as tumultuous, not least because Bob Buzzard is still around. And is that those nuns again?

Peter Davison ... Dr. Stephen Daker
Joanna Kanska ... Grete Grotowska
Adam Przedrzymirski ... Tomasz
David Troughton ... Dr. Bob Buzzard

Alfred Molina ... Tadeusz Melnik

Trevor Peacock ... Reynard Krapowski
Dariusz Odija ... Marek

Polly Hemingway ... Ewa

Nina Marc ... Helena
Maria Quoos-Morawska ... Maria (as Maria Quoss)
Agnieszka Robótka ... Renata (as Agnieszka Robotka)
Jelena Budimir ... Peasant whore
Zofia Merle ... Nun
Barbara Babilinska ... Nun

Leon Niemczyk ... Priest

Maciej Orlos ... Priest
Eileen Maciejewska ... Airline woman
Gertan Klauber ... Swarthy man on plane
Mieczyslaw Hryniewicz ... Woollen cap (as Mietek Hryniewicz)

Lech Dyblik ... Woollen cap
Eugeniusz Karczewski ... Woollen cap
Jacek Ryniewicz ... Woollen cap

Kazimierz Kaczor ... Piotr
Lola Rand ... Old lady with banana
Monika Hejsak ... Barbara
Grzegorz Stachurski ... Drunk man in hospital
Jacek Jezierzanski ... Young man in pain
Juliette Grassby ... Nurse Kraziniewska
Jerzy Próchnicki ... Hospital porter
Wojciech Piekarski ... Patient needing drugs (as Wojtek Piekarski)
Andrzej Chichlowski ... First Waiter
Pawel Przybyla ... Second Waiter
Piotr Siejka ... Hotel porter
Joachim Lamza ... Man in bar
Jakub Kopec ... Shoe-shine Boy
Andrzej Kozak ... Worried man

Season 4, Episode 2: Disaster at Valdez

13 September 1992

Season 4, Episode 3: Born Kicking

20 September 1992
Roxanne (known as Roxy) is a star performer in her local soccer team. Her natural talent is noticed by local team owner Victor Grace who signs her up. However it's not so easy being the only female professional soccer star in the country.
John Abineri ... Archie
Betty Aird ... Reporter
Ian Arthur ... Tandy
Eve Barker ... Roxanne
Laurence Batty ... Goalkeeper

John Benfield ... Mr. Reddy

Norman Bird ... Radley
Graeme Briggs ... Simon
Martin Cochrane ... Security Guard

Nicholas Courtney ... Tim Ayling

Thomas Craig ... Myles
Paul Desbois ... Chris Foy (as Paul Des Bois)
Ros Ereira ... Lisa Reddy

Laurie Goode ... Argumentative Supporter
Carole Hayman ... Mrs. Reddy
Peter Heppelthwaite ... Photographer
Julie Hewlett ... Kate
Rupert Holliday-Evans ... Record Producer
George Irving ... Eddie Lang
Leslie Kaufman ... Teacher
Debbie Killingback ... Karen Hudson

Denis Lawson ... Victor Grace
David McAlister ... Tobin
Glynn Mills ... Kelly
Norman Mitchell ... Man at Football Match
Garfield Morgan ... Willian Curtley

James Noble ... Hudson
Katie Pelzman ... Sarah Reddy
Robert Perkins ... Thompson
Peggy Phango ... Cleaner
David Pinner ... Paul Cox
Sheila Ruskin ... Joanne Grace
Alexandra Spencer ... TV Reporter
Anthony Warren ... Foster
Susie Ann Watkins ... Michelle Thompson
Michael Whale ... Himself
Bob Wilson ... Himself

Terry Wogan ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 4: Black and Blue

27 September 1992
When a local black politician is murdered an undercover police officer unveils a web of police corruption which puts lives at risk and threatens the whole community.
Christopher John Hall ... Maurice Knight

Rowena King ... Roberta Ford

Martin Shaw ... Chief Supt. Mike Barclay

Iain Glen ... Commander Powell
Don Henderson ... Daddy Brett-Smith

Linus Roache ... DS Brian Tait

David Morrissey ... DC Norman Mills

Fraser James ... Benny Soares
Patrice Naiambana ... DCI Booker

Ray Winstone ... Charlie Brett-Smith
Clive Wedderburn ... Torrington Westcott
Terry Sue-Patt ... Car Breaker (as Terry Sue Patt)

Colin McFarlane ... Jesse Jarman

Sidney Cole ... Del Lindo
Andrew Wilde ... Desk Sergeant
Bill Leadbitter ... DC Jeff Stickly
Madhav Sharma ... Magistrate
James Smith ... Superintendent
Nicholas Monu ... Trevor - Policeman
Charlie Hawkins ... Policeman in Cell
Neville Robinson ... Bobby Sterling
Cynthia Powell ... Mrs. Sterling
Roger Sewell ... Donny Jessop
Jeillo Edwards ... Mrs. Jessop
Sheila Whitfield ... Jackie Jessop
Eddie Nestor ... Man with Dog

David Thewlis ... Crematorium Attendant
David Keyes ... Second Hand Dealer
Mark Ramsay-Jones ... Trombone Kid
Myron McKay ... Medal Kid
Clarence Venson ... Benny's Minder
Sunshine ... Rev. Morton
Dora Dixon-Fyle ... Mrs. Westcott

Boris Isarov ... Neighbour
Jayne Charlton McKensie ... TV Reporter (as Jayne MacKenzie)
Harban Singh ... Asian Man
Ajeeth Singh ... Asian Woman

Tommy Flanagan ... (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Seconds Out

4 October 1992
When boxer Murray Ritchie (Waddington) is framed for rape, he loses his chance of a long-awaited title fight. Released too late by the police, he blames Jack (Bell), his veteran trainer and manager, and goes over to rival promoter Tony Farrington (Convey). Needing the money, Murray is encouraged to turn to the rough and seedy unlicensed circuit for a fight that would see him banned from professional bouts.

Steven Waddington ... Murray Ritchie

Tom Bell ... Jack Travis
Colum Convey ... Tony Farrington
Derek Newark ... Jimmy

Clive Russell ... Ronnie Black
Jack Watson ... Old Man Black

Nick Brimble ... Brickman
Otis Munyangiri ... Smith
Frank Mills ... Hunter
Amelda Brown ... Miriam Black

Thomas Craig ... Don Summers
Tim Barlow ... Romero (as Timothy Barlow)
Alan Talbot ... Don's trainer
Jane Wymark ... Aerobics teacher
Roy Heather ... Arnie Shaw
Julia Chambers ... Sylvia
John Bardon ... Billy
Jack Burns ... Announcer

Sophie Dix ... Louise the receptionist
Graham Gadd ... Announcer
Helene Kvale ... Julia Farrington
Eric Mason ... Ronnie's corner man
Jon McKenna ... Phil

Nick Raggett ... Solicitor
Amanda Tingle ... Female police officer

Season 4, Episode 6: Running Late

11 October 1992
Big-headed London TV show-host George Grant goes about his daily business of hurrying and barking at people when an urgent telephone call from his wife sends him on his way to meet her in a restaurant. He gets there as quick as circumstances allow, only to see her leave in the company of another man. From that point on his whole life goes awry.

Peter Bowles ... George Grant

Michael Byrne ... Clitheroe

Adrian Rawlins ... Michael Mitchum
Suzette Llewellyn ... Carol
Jim McManus ... Driver 1
Carole Nimmons ... Sally Grant
Lucy Bayler ... Receptionist 1
Gino Melvazzi ... Giorgio
Vincent Riotta ... Messenger (as Vincenzo Ricotta)

James Fleet ... James Grahame

Anne Lambton ... Greta
Jack Chissick ... Driver 2

Susan Lynch ... Receptionist 2
Marcia Layton ... Deborah
Karen Ford ... Publisher 1
Jan Chappell ... Publisher 2

Ian McNeice ... Norman
Del Baker ... Security Man
Paul Slack ... Bus Conductor
Geraldine Sherman ... Mrs Zec

Leon Lissek ... Harold Zec

Amanda Mealing ... Betsy Grant
Ben Gray ... Editor

Renée Asherson ... Old Lady
Brian Bovell ... Driver 3

David Ryall ... Wicks
Mairead Carty ... Bank Teller

Roshan Seth ... Mr. Humphry
Paul Opacic ... Policeman 1
Paul McNeilly ... Policeman 2

Craig Kelly ... (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Losing Track

18 October 1992
In 1950 a man returns home to the UK from India after the death of his wife to build bridges with his son, but instead ends up building an elaborate model railway.

Alan Bates ... Henry Sitchell

Geraldine James ... Mrs. Dewey

Michael Culver ... Mr. Gervaise
Ben Holden ... Clive
Sue Roderick ... Ruby
James Copnall ... Sidney "Rancid" Renton
Brinley Jenkins ... Shopkeeper
Kirsten Jones ... Actress in Play
Caroline Stubbs ... Women's Institute Lady
Lynette Edwards ... Actress in Play
Jack Walters ... Taxi Driver
Judith Humphreys ... Miss Nelson
Giles Thomas ... Actor in Play

Season 4, Episode 8: Trust Me

25 October 1992


Alfred Molina ... Harry Greaves
Alphonsia Emmanuel ... Col

Hywel Bennett ... Ralph
Jill Gascoine ... Vivien Empson

Jack Shepherd ... Blake

Roger Lloyd Pack ... Gordon (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Edna Doré ... Rose

Peter Wingfield ... Paul Greaves
Carol Starks ... Catherine
Harry Towb ... George Empson

Mike Grady ... Duggan (as Michael Grady)
Alan Palmer ... Party Guest Alan
Christopher Scoular ... Brian
Ian Targett ... David

Conleth Hill ... Neil

Derek Benfield ... Man on Bus
Simon Cotton ... Stripper
Climax ... Stripper
David Simeon ... Rambler

Charlie Creed-Miles ... Danny
Paula Ann Bland ... Prostitute (as Paula-Ann Bland)
Francesca Ryan ... Policewoman

Yvonne O'Grady ... Woman Customer
Gabe Cronnelly ... Walther
David Cronnelly ... Uli
Vincent Keane ... Geoff

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Wide-Eyed and Legless

5 September 1993
The movie chronicles the struggles of Deric and Diana Longden, a happily married couple who try to cope with Diana's inexplicable degenerative disease which causes occasional paralysis of her extremities and periodic blackouts. One day, while attending a literary luncheon, Deric meets Aileen Armitage, a woman novelist with whom he strikes up a close friendship. Diana soon discover their relationship and calls Aileen, asking to meet her.

Julie Walters ... Diana Longden

Jim Broadbent ... Deric Longden

Thora Hird ... Deric's Mother
Sian Thomas ... Aileen Armitage
Dinah Handley ... Hospital Receptionist
Peter Whitfield ... Fred
Candida Rundle ... Nurse
Andrew Nicholson ... Gerald

Martin Wenner ... Young Doctor
Graham Turner ... Postman

Andrew Lancel ... Nick Longden
Ann Rye ... Joan
Moya Brady ... Sheila
Carry Clubb ... Factory Girl
Saima Chaudry ... Factory Girl
Vinny Dhillon ... Factory Girl
Angela Walsh ... Karen

Andy Rashleigh ... Chemist
Anastasia Mulrooney ... Sally Longden
Viv Warentz ... Ward Sister
Frances Cox ... Minnie Bonsall
Joanna McCallum ... Doctor Roper
Diane Parish ... Blackpool Waitress
Paul Codman ... Workman
Christopher Penney ... Workman
David J. Nichols ... JCB Driver
Donna Lythgoe ... Bored Waitress

Adrian Schiller ... London Doctor

Ashley Artus ... Nick's Best Man
Ellen Sheean ... Wedding Guest
Malcolm Raeburn ... VAT man
Perry Fenwick ... Luncheon Guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: A Foreign Field

10 September 1993
Veterans return to Normandie on the 50th anniversary of D Day for their own special and poignant reasons, among them two looking for an old love who turns out to the same woman for both.

Alec Guinness ... Amos

Leo McKern ... Cyril

Edward Herrmann ... Ralph

John Randolph ... Waldo

Geraldine Chaplin ... Beverly

Lauren Bacall ... Lisa
Dorothy Grumbar ... Matron

Jeanne Moreau ... Angelique
Michelle Gheleyns-Hue ... Shopkeeper
Cateline Alteirac ... Sales Assistant

Season 5, Episode 3: Down Among the Big Boys

19 September 1993
Set in Glasgow, Louie, the detective son of an upright police sergeant, is about to marry. His intended is the daughter of JoJo (Connolly), a wealthy and compulsive thief who attempts a spectacular robbery. Louie is put in charge of the investigation of JoJo's latest enterprise. JoJo learns of his peril and begins an exercise in risk management.

Billy Connolly ... Jo Jo Donnelly

Ashley Jensen ... Claire Donnelly

Douglas Henshall ... Louie Gibbons
John Murtagh ... Garry
Ewan Stewart ... Mick
Kenneth Lindsay ... Nosey Man in Bar
John Bett ... Sam the Forger
Billy O'Hara ... Pool Player

Rab Affleck ... Bungalow
Andy Bell ... Pool Player
Freddie Boardley ... William

Alex Norton ... Dan Gibbons
Simon Donald ... Aiden
Donald MacNeil ... Brothel Proprietor
Vari Sylvester ... Woman in Brothel
Victoria Nairn ... Jane

Gary Lewis ... Jacketless
John O'Toole ... Barman
Mary Riggans ... Older Wife
Sandy Neilson ... Older Husband

Garry Stewart ... Young Husband
Caroline Paterson ... Young Wife
Steve Owen ... Man at Jukebox
Maggie Bell ... Jean Donnelly
Bill Barclay ... Police Sergeant
Stuart Hepburn ... Glazing Boss
Stevie Hannan ... Glazing Boss's Mate
David Findlay ... Cop at Work
James Gibb ... Drunk at Walk

Ken Drury ... Louis Gibbons
Katherine Stark ... Jenny Gibbons
Iain Agnew ... John Farrow
Kenneth Bryans ... Sergeant at Bank
Jim Byars ... Detective
Martin McCardie ... Detective
David McKay ... Man Waiting for Bus
Noreen Boyle ... Woman Waiting for Bus
Maggie MacRitchie ... Nosey Neighbour
Bill Little ... Thug (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Royal Celebration

26 September 1993

Paul Bigley ... Andrew
Una Brandon-Jones ... Neighbour
Gaye Brown ... Anita
Mandy Cheshire ... Neighbour

Kenneth Cranham ... Douglas

Minnie Driver ... Sally
Abby Ford ... Sandie
Michael Gaunt ... Neighbour

Caroline Goodall ... Mandy

Rupert Graves ... Neil

Peter Howitt ... Jim
Catherine Humble ... Jackie
Rosalind Knight ... Mrs. Maynard

Keira Knightley ... Angela
Sadie Miller ... Penny
Sarah Nash ... Neighbour

Leslie Phillips ... Johnny
Gordon Salkilld ... Neighbour

Season 5, Episode 5: Tender Loving Care

3 October 1993
Dawn French plays a nurse who murders patients on her hospital ward.

Dawn French ... Elaine Dobbs
Rosemary Leach ... Mary
Joan Sims ... Daisy Potter
Peter Jones ... Mr Davies

Robert Pugh ... Keith Dobbs
Alun ap Brinley ... David Charwood
Richard Goodfield ... Ambulance man
Marc Heatley ... Phil Dobbs
Siriol Jenkins ... Student nurse

Gemma Jones ... Nicky Dobbs
Gwyn Vaughan Jones ... Pastor
Stewart Jones ... Mr. Farmer
Patricia Kane ... Mrs. James
Ranjit Krishnamma ... Dr. Savindra
Bernard Latham ... Policeman
Gary Llewellyn ... Binman
Nicholas McGaughey ... Security man
Gwilym Morris ... Binman
Gauri Nayar ... Student Nurse Nazli
Christine Pritchard ... Nursing Officer Cheryl Yeoman
Llewellyn Rees ... Mr Watkins

Sian Rivers ... Nurse Sian Price

Steve Speirs ... Porter

Melanie Walters ... Sister Ann Munroe

Season 5, Episode 6: Money for Nothing

10 October 1993
A British high school bet between two friends, and a case of teenage love, take unexpected turns as a small deception called the 'October House Partnership' attracts increasingly bigger players in the property market on both sides of the Atlantic.

Christien Anholt ... Gary Warrell
Jayne Ashbourne ... Lisa
Paul Reynolds ... Brian
Tim Preece ... Mr. Derbyshire
Sean Baker ... Mr. Warrell
Penny Leatherbarrow ... Mrs. Warrell
David Michaels ... Mister Burger

Martin Short ... Harrison Kilray

John Hillner ... Bloom
Chris Peterson ... Marvin
Ewen Cummins ... Keith

John Arthur ... Blears

Julian Glover ... Farquharson
Peter Caffrey ... Don

Richard Ridings ... Kevin
Kim Vithana ... Pria
Wolf Kahler ... Schneider

Heather Wright ... Angela

Deborah Norton ... Denise McClachen
Julian Hall ... Ben
Lucy Harding
Gareth Pritchard
Michael David William Richards ... Jason Farquharson
David Woodcock ... Businessman

Season 5, Episode 7: Wall of Silence

17 October 1993
A corpse is fished out of a north London canal with stab wounds through the eyes. The victim was a prominent member of the Hasidic Jewish community, and the cause of death one reserved by the Hasidim to punish "moysers" or informers.

Bill Paterson ... PC Howard Mullen

John Bowe ... DCI Percy Reynolds

Warren Mitchell ... Samuel Singer
Juliette Caton ... Rifka Klein

Timothy Busfield ... Ephraim Lipshitz

Suzanne Bertish ... Rosa Klein

Ken Bones ... John Kavanagh
Brian Bovell ... DS Ibbotsen
Diana Brooks ... Samuel's Secretary
Gabe Cronnelly ... Policeman

Tom Delmar ... Policeman
Jonathan Deverell ... Levi Singer
Morgan Johnson ... Black youth
Brigitte Kahn ... Mouth
Jack Klaff ... Yossel Wilshonsky
Helen Kluger ... Shoshonna Wilshonsky
Harry Landis ... Moishe Smelker
Sharon McKevitt ... Nurse

Adrian Neil ... Mr. Lester

Rebecca Nichols ... Mrs. Lester
Clive Panto ... Dov Rosengarten
Saul Reichlin ... David Guntzman
James Rose ... Boy who found body
Thelma Ruby ... Mrs. Danziger
Iris Russell ... Lady Halstead
Tusse Silberg ... Esther Singer
Sheila Tait ... Christine Mullen
Marcia Tucker ... Woman at door

Season 5, Episode 8: The Bullion Boys

24 October 1993
Based on a true story. In 1940, Britain's gold reserves were transferred for safety to Liverpool because of the threat of a German invasion. The top-secret operation was known only to a handful of security men and senior bank officials... and a group of Liverpool dockers who handle the move. Billy Mac, the dockers' leader, hatches an ingenious plan to steal some of the gold bars from under the noses of the guards.

David Jason ... Billy Mac

Tim Pigott-Smith ... Hubert

Gorden Kaye ... Nickson

Brenda Blethyn ... Gwen
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Barton
Noreen Kershaw ... Mrs. Mac
Neil Caple ... Jacko
Colin Edwynn ... Chips
Paul Angelis ... Destry
Christopher Quinn ... Adam

Stephen Lord ... Alf
Bill Speed ... Stan
David Pugh ... Ivor
Susannah Corbett ... Judith

Jack Deam ... Richard
Andrew Abrahams ... 1st Inspector
Al Ashton ... Barnstable
David Baukham ... 1st Heavy (as David Bauckham)
Ralf Beck ... German Captain
Antony Brown ... Sir John Anderson
Tony Caron ... Watson
James Culshaw ... Greengrocer
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Carlos
Stephen Hall ... William
Barbara Halliwell ... Vi
Stephen Hancock ... Peters
Suzanne Hitchmough ... Maureen
Al T. Kossy ... Pawnbroker

Chris Lang ... Frederickson
Billy Moores ... Driver

Rynagh O'Grady ... Mrs. O'Brian
Tony Pritchard ... 2nd Heavy
Ken Sharrock ... Arthur
Michael Strobel ... 2nd Inspector
Gerry White ... George
Ray Williams ... Kenny

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Bambino mio

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A woman's fight to adopt a war baby from the Third World after becoming unable to conceive.

Julie Walters ... Alice

Georges Corraface ... Jean-Paul
John McArdle ... Harry

Orlando Urdaneta ... Luis
Sophia Diaz ... Pilar
Sophie De La Rochefoucauld ... Nicole
Mirlady Valcillo ... Chico (Venezuela)
Jacob Scipio ... Chico (Europe)
Philippe Gonzales ... Chico (Europe)
Roger Bret ... Priest
Marcelle Ranson-Hervé ... Stepmother
Colette Charbonneau ... Veronique
Marianne Borgo ... Banker
Don Crann ... Psychologist

Joy Richardson ... Angela
James Staddon ... Attorney
Evelin Nava ... Chico's Mother
Roberto Hernandez ... Man at the Market
Beatrice Athias ... Airport Hostess

Katia Machado ... Teresa
Veronica Roberts ... Immigration Inspector
David Michaels ... Immigration Inspector
Stella Maris ... Maria
Dave Kent ... David
Thomas Wheatley ... Stuart Whittaker
Neville Phillips ... Judge

Season 6, Episode 2: A Breed of Heroes

4 September 1994


Samuel West ... Lt. Charles Thoroughgood
Patrick Drury ... Maj. Anthony Hamilton-Smith

Nicholas Farrell ... Lt. Collan Gowrie

Robert Bathurst ... Maj. Edward Lumley

Alexander Armstrong ... Capt. Henry Sandy
Daniel Flynn ... Lt. Tim Bryant

Julian Rhind-Tutt ... Lt. Tim Bryant

William Tapley ... Lt. Phillip Lamb

Jonathan Firth ... LCpl. Winn
Anthony Watson ... LCpl. Winn
David Barrass ... Sgt. Maj. Bone

Shaun Dingwall ... Lance-Corporal
Brendan Fleming ... Wounded Boy's Father

Richard Griffiths ... Brian Beazely

Natascha McElhone ... Janet

Neil Roberts ... Lieutenant Philip Lamb

Jake Wood ... LCpl. Stagg

Season 6, Episode 3: Pat and Margaret

11 September 1994
Unexpected events occur over a long weekend when Pat, a glamorous British born star of American soaps, returns home to plug her auto biography on television and meets, for the first time since they were teenagers, Margaret her plain, fat and frumpy younger sister. The meeting is painful for both sisters highlighting the vast differences in their lives and resurrecting painful memories of their unhappy childhood with their uncaring mother. The tabloid press smell a juicy story and a race ensues to trace the current whereabouts of the long lost errant mother...

Victoria Wood ... Margaret Mottershead

Julie Walters ... Pat Bedford

Celia Imrie ... Claire
Duncan Preston ... Jim

Thora Hird ... Jim's Mother
Don Henderson ... Billy

Deborah Grant ... Stella
Lynda Rooke ... Bella
Jan Alphonse ... Sue
Amanda Pointer ... Daisy

Anne Reid ... Maeve

Julie Hesmondhalgh ... Helper in Old Age Home
Gabrielle Blunt ... Old Lady in Home
Philip Lowrie ... Martin - Warm-Up Man
Charles Pemberton ... Porter
Joane Hall ... Vera - In Old Age Home
Shirley Stelfox ... Vera
Robert Kingswell ... Pete
Sue Wallace ... Nadia
Frances Cox ... Busybody
Adam Warner ... Mr. Scruton
Roger Brierley ... Hotel Manager
Gemma Wardle ... Emma Louise
Madge Hindle ... Lady in Motel #1
Angela Curran ... Lady in Motel #2
Tenniel Evans ... Mr. Lloyd
Corrin Helliwell ... Spotty Boy
Peter Lorenzelli ... Stringer

Helen Lindsay ... Fan 1
Vera Jakob ... Fan 2
Jeillo Edwards ... Tea Bar Lady
Melissa Allen ... Margaret aged 2
Sammy-Jo Smith ... Pat aged 7
Michael Fish ... Himself (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: Two Golden Balls

18 September 1994
A repressed anti-porn campaigner meets a glamorous American porn actress who changes her outlook on life.

Kim Cattrall ... Sydnie

Claire Skinner ... Linda
Christopher Ellison ... Vince (as Chris Ellison)

Rowena King ... Mariella

Angus Macfadyen ... Dexter

Leslie Phillips ... Viscount Osgood

Nicholas Boulton ... Randall
Ann Beach ... Mrs. Leveller
Richard Karlsson ... Big Dane

Tim Dantay ... Nigel Smedley

Nina Young ... Alyson
Steph Bramwell ... Rhea
Taylor Jones ... Midge
Terry Neason ... Adolf
Steve Golding ... Steve Hardpack
Michael Mawby ... Newsagent Manager
Siobhan Hayes ... Shop Assistant
Georgiana Dacombe ... Julie
Helen Phelps ... Mandy
John Horsley ... Judge
Nick Haswell ... Tiller Boy
Steve Haswell ... Tiller Boy
Alan Gilchrist ... Policeman
Donna Dillingham ... Girl at audition (uncredited)
Claire Driver ... Decoy for Sydnie (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: Meat

25 September 1994
Myra is a teen prostitute and Charlie a recently released young offender. Together they begin an affair "amid the sleaze of London street-life". Myras' jealous pimp, Frank is not amused.

Jonny Lee Miller ... Charlie Dyce

Sarah-Jane Potts ... Myra

Peter Wight ... Frank

John Simm ... Cecil
Robert Hamilton ... Ronnie
Bill Cashmore ... Ches

Trevor Peacock ... Mr. Cadzow
Laurence Kavanagh ... Charlie Dyce, aged 10
Sarah Carpenter ... Miss Hart
Louise Heaney ... Mikki
Graham Fletcher-Cook ... John
Dennis Blanch ... Billy

Season 6, Episode 6: Murder in Mind

2 October 1994


Charlotte Rampling ... Sonya Davies

Trevor Eve ... Malcolm Iverson
Cathryn Harrison ... Eileen
Juliette Caton ... Fern

Steven Mackintosh ... Simon
Bruce Alexander ... Mills

Peter Wingfield ... Pete

Martin Wenner ... Danny
Lesley Nightingale ... Trish
Polly Moore ... Sara
Shenagh Cameron ... Pam
Fenton Gray ... Colin
Charlotte Bicknell ... Andrea
Carolyn Jordan ... Ward Sister
Christopher Owen ... Coroner
Shirley King ... Mrs. James
Mandy Lomax ... Tara James
Claudia Malkovich ... Hysterical Woman
Kate Fenwick ... Kathy

Anna Massey ... Rosemary

Season 6, Episode 7: Doggin' Around

16 October 1994


Elliott Gould ... Joe Warren

Geraldine James ... Sarah Williams

Alun Armstrong ... Charlie Foster

Ewan McGregor ... Tom Clayton
Liz Smith ... Mrs. Thompson
Anthony Etherton ... Gary Powell
Ronnie Scott ... Himself
Neil McCaul ... Pete

Stephen Marcus ... Newman

Jamie Foreman ... Wells

Larry Lamb ... Ken
Nicky Goldie ... Waitress
Judy Flynn ... Marjorie Evans
Ruth Woods ... Sally Evans
Paddy Navin ... Mrs. Jones
Russell Richardson ... Mr. Jones
Mike Afford ... Trucker
Tony Caunter ... Sergeant Greene
Fleur Derbyshire ... WPC Jones
Mike Dowling ... Payne - Solicitor
Lisa Clifton ... Hotel Receptionist
Georgia Allen ... Airport Arrivals Clerk
Andrew Cleyndert ... Bassist in Ronnie Scott's trio (uncredited)
Kevin Cooke ... Lenny (uncredited)
John Critchinson ... Pianist in Ronnie Scott's trio (uncredited)
Martin Drew ... Drummer in Ronnie Scott's trio (uncredited)
Tony Red Richards ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

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