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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Contact

6 January 1985
Drama about a platoon of British paratroopers on patrol in Northern Ireland

Season 1, Episode 2: Poppyland

13 January 1985


Alan Howard ... Clement Scott

Phoebe Nicholls ... Louie Jermy

John McEnery ... Algernon Swinburne

Richard Wilson ... Theodore Watts-Dunton

John Shrapnel ... George Sims

Jonathan Hyde ... Wilson Barrett
Norman Jones ... Alfred Jermy
Hilton McRae ... Charlie Hendon

Isla Blair ... Constance Scott
Tim Wylton ... Henry Pettitt
Kristin Milward ... Nellie Bonser
Martin Wyldeck ... Publican
David Redgrave ... Postman
Colin Rix ... Auctioneer
Susan Porrett ... Hotel Receptionist
James Fagan ... First Guest
Paul Sirr ... Second Guest
Guy Dagul ... Café Royal Trio
Nick Parker ... Café Royal Trio
Richard Campbell ... Café Royal Trio

Season 1, Episode 3: Unfair Exchanges

20 January 1985


Julie Walters ... Mavis

David Rappaport ... Arthur
Joe Black ... Mavis's Dad
Janet Henfrey
John Abineri
Ken Campbell ... Tim Rickett
Dan Gregory ... Cyril
Robert Kingswell ... Ronnie
George Lapham ... Danny
Rosalind March ... Sarah
Bert Parnaby ... Mr. Wills

Season 1, Episode 4: Knockback: Part 1

27 January 1985

Season 1, Episode 5: Knockback: Part 2

3 February 1985

Season 1, Episode 6: Lent

10 February 1985

Graham McGrath ... Paul Blake

Harry Andrews ... Matey
Fabia Drake ... Mrs. Blake
David Langton ... Mr. Edwards
Constance Chapman ... Mrs. Edwards

Season 1, Episode 7: The Unknown Soldier

17 February 1985

Season 1, Episode 8: The Burston Rebellion

24 February 1985


Eileen Atkins ... Kitty Higdon

Bernard Hill ... Tom Higdon

John Shrapnel ... Rev. Charles Tucker Eland
Nicola Cowper ... Violet Potter
Thelma Whiteley ... Mrs. Eland
Geoffrey Chater ... Magistrate
John Abineri ... Farmer Fowler
Frank Mills ... Farmer Edwards
Henry Moxon ... Frederick Starr
Peter Benson ... Peggram
Robert Duncan ... Casey
Maggie Riley ... Mrs. Philpot
Jon Laurimore ... George Durbidge
Norman Jones ... Walter Garnham
John Gleeson ... John Potter
Peter Whitbread ... Noah Sandy
Alan Mason ... John Aldrich
Linda Roberts ... Thirza Moore
Peter Tuddenham ... Clerk of the Court
Norman Fisher ... Labourer

Alexandra Boyd ... Marjory Ling
Helen Bugdale ... Sabina Durbidge
Richard Gallop ... Willie Sprunt
Ian Latham ... Jack Mullinger
Lusha Kellgren ... Ethel Cummings
Lynne Radford ... Gertie Stearner

Season 1, Episode 9: Space Station: Milton Keynes

3 March 1985

Season 1, Episode 10: In the Secret State

10 March 1985
A department head within the British secret service uncovers some unpleasant secrets when he investigates the apparent suicide of a colleague.

Frank Finlay ... Frank Strange

Matthew Marsh ... James Quitman
Geoffrey Chater ... Michael Hatherley

Michael Byrne ... Guy Preger
Thorley Walters ... Johnny Davenport

Ronald Fraser ... Barnaby Tucker
Malcolm Terris ... Cooper
Ken Campbell ... Hoskins
Nicholas Selby ... Sir Gerald Dangerfield
Hilary Minster ... Mayer

Natasha Richardson ... Jilly
Emma Relph ... Liz
Tony Selby ... Mitchell
Roger Brierley ... Minister
Pip Donaghy ... Richard Lister
Noreen Kershaw ... Mrs. Lister
Peter Sproule ... Ellison

Gorden Kaye ... Buff
Derek Holt ... Watcher
Ray Knight ... Watcher
Michael Redfern ... Watcher

Roger Lloyd Pack ... Selser (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Christopher Birch ... Police Inspector
Ian Bleasdale ... Directorate Official
Brenda Cavendish ... Nurse
Stephen Churchett ... Directorate Official
Andrew Cuthbert ... Directorate Security
Russell Dixon ... Television Reporter
Stewart Harwood ... Cooper's Security
Kaleem Janjua ... Off-Licence Owner
Jack Lee ... Directorate Security (as Jack Lonsdale)
Wyllie Longmore ... Fenton
Richard May ... Lister's children #2
Amanda Neylon ... Lister's children #1
Nick Orchard ... Junior Reporter
Neville Phillips ... Restaurant Manager
Ivor Salter ... Directorate Security
Shope Shodeinde ... Directorate Official
Gurdial Sira ... Pathologist
Alan Thompson ... Coroner
James Woolley ... Liz's Colleague

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The McGuffin

12 January 1986


Charles Dance ... Paul Hatcher
Ann Todd ... Mrs. Forbes-Duthie

Mark Rylance ... Gavin
Bill Shine ... From The Rear Window
Neville Phillips ... From The Rear Window
Paul McKenzie ... From The Rear Window
Ray Shell ... From The Rear Window
Francis Matthews ... Silver-Haired Gent
Stephen Ruff ... Mickey Rooney

Roger Lloyd Pack ... David Power (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Sue Peacock ... Newscaster
Brian Glover ... Man in Brown

Chris Langham ... Detective

Phyllis Logan ... Anne

Anna Massey ... Nina
Michael Aitkens ... Rod Blue
Kenny Andrews ... Phil
Ashok Kumar ... Indian Teenagers
Natasha Gomperts ... Indian Teenagers

Jerry Stiller ... Marty
Giovanni Samaritani ... Franco
Simona De Laurentiis ... Festival Hostess
Massimo Sarchielli ... Fellaci
Issam El-Nasrawi ... Egyptian
Mario Angelucci ... Italian Juror
Ritza Brown ... Celestia
Stephen Lewis ... Sopwith
Mark Burdis ... Alfie

Season 2, Episode 2: The Silent Twins

19 January 1986

Sharon I. Parker ... June Gibbons
Shirley I. Parker ... Jennifer Gibbons
Juliette Tony ... Young June
Jillian Tony ... Young Jennifer
Ena Cabayo ... Gloria Gibbons
Ruddy L. Davis ... Aubrey Gibbons
Beverley Martin ... Greta Gibbons
Natasha Dixon ... Rosie Gibbons

Marcus D'Amico ... Wayne Kennedy
David Blackburn ... Carl Kennedy
Ifan Huw Dafydd ... Tim Thomas
Madeline Adams ... Cathy Arthur
Sandra Voe ... Helen
J.O. Roberts ... Dr. Evan Davies

Tony Robinson ... Dr. Hamilton
Richard Pescud ... Psychiatrist
Peter Penry-Jones ... Anthony Evans
Anthony Morse ... John Diehl
John Savident ... Judge
Clyde Pollitt ... Clerk of the court
Alun ap Brinley ... Michael Jones

Di Botcher ... Officer Kyle
Annest Williams ... Officer Whiteley
Gareth Gwyn-Jones ... Dr. Rees
Anwen Williams ... Teacher
Margarite Richards ... Guider
Gwenno Dafydd ... Prison Warden

Ted Maynard ... Lt. Kennedy

Season 2, Episode 3: Time After Time

26 January 1986
The aging Swift family of one brother, Jasper, and three sisters, April, May and June, are forced to live together in the run-down family mansion and they all get on each others nerves. One-eyed Jasper is the only one who does the cooking and he has occasional meetings with a monk from the nearby monastery. April was left some money when her husband died and is now practically deaf. May is a spinster who gives talks on flower arranging and also steals ornaments. The youngest, still called Baby June, was an avid horsewoman, but now relies on her farmhand Christy Lucey to train and ride her horse. One day, to their surprise, cousin Leda comes to visit and elicits various embarrassing family secrets. Leda, who is half Jewish and used to live in Vienna, stayed with the family when she was a teenager, but they thought she died in a concentration camp in the war.

John Gielgud ... Jasper Swift

Googie Withers ... Leda Klein
Helen Cherry ... April Grange-Gorman
Ursula Howells ... May Swift
Brenda Bruce ... June Swift
Mark Lambert ... Christy Lucey

Trevor Howard ... Brigadier Croshawe

Freddie Jones ... Ulick Uniake
Mavis Walker ... Lady Alys Croshawe
Fiona Walker ... Tania Klein
Colm Hefferon ... Brother Anselm (as Colm Heffernan)
Liam Sweeney ... Brother Declan
Ann Rowan ... Old Tinker Woman
Peter Gilroy ... Young Tinker Boy
George Antoni ... Japanese Man (as George Yiasoumi)

Olwen Fouere ... Young Nun
Aine Ni Mhuiri ... Elizabeth
Claire Mullan ... 1st Flower Lady
Una Minto ... 2nd Flower Lady

George Baker ... Valentine Swift
Sally Home ... Violet Swift
Susan Wayman ... Young Leda
Timothy Ward ... Young Jasper
Anna Kipling ... Young May
Sara James-Jordan ... Young April

Season 2, Episode 4: Frankie and Johnnie

2 February 1986

Hywel Bennett ... Allan Blakeston

Diana Hardcastle ... Judith Walters
Tony Doyle ... Hank
Norman Jones ... Mr. Walters
T.R. Bowen ... Richard Jayston, M.P. (as Trevor Bowen)
Richard Simpson ... Peter Harper
Ken Bones ... Detective Inspector Mercer
Madoc Threipland ... Adam Blakeston

Samuel West ... Johnnie Mallett
Tamara Steele ... Frankie Walters

Sam Kelly ... Lomax
Roger Hume ... Newsagent
Patrick Field ... Reporter at Press Conference

Stephen Dillane ... Reporter at Press Conference (as Stephen Dillon)
Victoria Williams ... Reporter at Press Conference

Amanda Donohoe ... Reporter at Press Conference
Bernard Gallagher ... Police Superintendent
Anthony Douse ... Frank, Coroner's Officer
Rachel Herbert ... Moira Mallett
Anita Carey ... Patti Blakeston
Christopher Hancock ... 'Chronicle' Editor
Melanie Kilburn ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Phillip Reader ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Steve Nallon ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Renny Krupinski ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Chris Jenkinson ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Nick Ellsworth ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Andrew Black ... Reporter at 'Chronicle'
Sidney Livingstone ... Caravan Park Warden
Barry Woolgar ... Special Branch Officer
Marty Cruikshank ... Laura (as Marty Cruickshank)
John Turner ... Radio DJ
Charlotte Barker ... Photo-copying Girl
Shelagh Fraser ... C.N.D. Woman
Bryan Nolan ... Taxi Driver
Wilfred Grove ... Commissionaire
Llew Gardner ... 'Election Countdown' Chairman
Ann Morrish ... 'Election Countdown' Panel
John McArdle ... 'Election Countdown' Panel
Charles Hodgson ... Audience Member
Michael Brazier ... Audience Member
Jill Cary ... Studio Floor Manager
Karen Hodson ... Studio Make-Up Girl
Chrissie Conway ... Neighbour on Council Estate
Betty Francis ... Neighbour on Council Estate
Jenny Springer ... Neighbour on Council Estate
Jonathan Truss ... Neighbour on Council Estate
James Taylor ... Tory Politician on TV
Robert Hickson ... London Reporter

Season 2, Episode 5: Honest, Decent and True

9 February 1986


Derrick O'Connor ... Mike Selby

Adrian Edmondson ... Alun Pickersgill
Juliette Mole ... Davina Fraser

Gary Oldman ... Derek Bates

Richard E. Grant ... Moonee Livingstone
Yvonne French ... Patsy
Arabella Weir ... Prish Holf
Tony Portacio ... Graham Lance

Rupert Baker ... Scott Golding
Thomas Wheatley ... James Fletcher
Ian Sharp ... Commercial Director
Jill Cary ... Mrs. Paxton

Owen Brenman
Leonard Webster

Season 2, Episode 6: Song of Experience

16 February 1986

Season 2, Episode 7: The Insurance Man

22 February 1986
Franz, a young man, works in a dye factory in Prague. One day he notices a skin-rash, like eczema, growing on his hands. All attempts to treat it with ointment fail, and the rash gradually spreads over his body. After complaining to the management he is laid off work; his relationship with his fiancee is affected. In an attempt to get compensation from his former employers he goes to insurance firm Assicurazion Generali, where he encounters an enigmatic clerk called Kafka.

Trevor Peacock ... Franz (old)
Alan MacNaughton ... Doctor
Robert Hines ... Franz (young)
Diana Rayworth ... Landlady
Teddy Turner ... Old man in dyeworks
Phil Hearne ... Workman

Bernard Wrigley ... Workman
Ronan Wilmot ... Factory doctor
Jill Frudd ... Nurse
Katy Behean ... Beatrice
C.J. Allen ... Undermanager
Fred Gaunt ... Foreman
Tessa Wojtczak ... Christina
Johnny Allen ... Christina's father
Margo Stanley ... Christina's mother
Judith Nelmes ... Christina's grandmother
Fran O'Shea ... Christina's sister
Bill Moody ... Doorman
Vivian Pickles ... Lily
Guy Nicholls ... Enquiries clerk
Alan Starkey ... Enquiries official

Charlotte Coleman ... Seamstress
Oona Kirsch ... Collecting Girl

Tony Haygarth ... Pohlmann

Jim Broadbent ... Gutling
David Miller ... Jam workman

Hugh Fraser ... Culick
Ted Carroll ... Head-bandaged workman
Nicholas Selby ... Head of department
Richard Kane ... Head clerk

Daniel Day-Lewis ... Kafka
Rosemary Martin ... Miss Weber
Lee Daley ... Butcher boy
John de Frates ... Limping client
Richenda Carey ... Tall woman

Sam Kelly ... One-legged man
Kenny Ireland ... Man without ear
Ted Beyer ... Attendant in waiting room
Iggy Navarro ... Bald man
Rosemary Chamney ... Woman in waiting room
Peter Christian ... Man in waiting room

Geoffrey Palmer ... The angry doctor
Ralph Nossek ... The thin doctor

Roger Hammond ... The fat doctor
Joanne Ellis ... Woman at tribunal
Derry Power ... Franz's father

Benjamin Whitrow ... Lecturer in medical school
Billy Moores ... Man with stomach hole
Deborah Langley ... Young woman in medical school
Toby Salaman ... Kafka's brother-in-law

Season 2, Episode 8: Hotel du Lac

2 March 1986


Anna Massey ... Edith Hope

Denholm Elliott ... Philip Neville

Googie Withers ... Mrs. Pusey

Julia McKenzie ... Jennifer Pusey

Patricia Hodge ... Monica
Irene Handl ... Madame de Bonneuil

Barry Foster ... David Simmonds
Ann Firbank ... Penelope Milne
Geoffrey Chater ... Harold Webb
Jeffry Wickham ... Geoffrey Long (as Jeffrey Wickham)
Maurice Travail ... Hotel Proprietor

Jean-Marc Barr ... Alain
Patsy Byrne ... Mrs. Dempster
Andree Evans ... Hostess
Colette Gleeson ... Priscilla
Clare McIntyre ... Caterer

Season 2, Episode 9: The Russian Soldier

9 March 1986


Warren Clarke ... Edgar Garrett
Alan MacNaughton ... Tuke

Patrick Malahide ... John Carter
Jan Wood ... Julie Garrett
Steven Jackson ... Michael

Jerome Flynn ... Nigel
June Page ... Carole
Iain Rattray ... Govt Minister
Susan Dowdall ... First Civil Servant
Henry Moxon ... Second Civil Servant
Peter Sands ... Naval Officer
James Walker ... Bookseller
Douglas Harris ... Taff

Richard Cubison ... Harry
Eileen Helsby ... Supervisor
Neil Savage ... Technician
Dominic Allan ... Uniformed Policeman
Charles Pemberton ... Plain Clothes Policeman
Peter Quince ... Reporter
Deborah-Jane Sharpe ... Reporter
Steffanie Pitt ... Tukes Secretary
Martin Wagner ... Van Driver
Keith Rawlings ... Hunt Secretary
Bibs Ekkel ... Russian Soldier
Jason Evans ... Stephen
Jason King ... Fin

Season 2, Episode 10: Blood Hunt

16 March 1986

Season 2, Episode 11: Shergar

23 March 1986


Stephen Rea ... Frankie
Veronica Duffy ... Nuala
Gary Waldhorn ... Deferre
Peadar Lamb ... Cosgrove
Niall O'Brien ... Brendan
George Shane ... Patrick
Des Nealon ... Policeman
Ronan Wilmot ... Fitzgerald
Pierre Vernier ... Drion

Ian McElhinney ... Damien

Niall Toibin ... Malachy

Dermot Crowley ... Sean
Joseph Crilly ... Joseph
Peter Caffrey ... Cleary
Billy Clarke ... Benny
Martin Anthony ... Pancho

John Deery ... Colum (as John Patrick Deery)

Sean Lawlor ... Frank
James Coyle ... Mick
Kate Binchy ... Mary Charlton
Shane Connaughton ... Senior Policeman
Phyllis MacMahon ... Madge Fitzgerald
Andrew Pickering ... Bernard

Season 2, Episode 12: Hard Travelling

30 March 1986

Suzanne Burden ... Jessica Meredith

Tom Bell ... Frank Meredith

Jack Shepherd ... Harry

Michael Gough ... Peter
Elizabeth Bell ... Gill
Milo Bell ... Student
Perry Benson ... Gordon
Sarah Berger ... Elizabeth
Eamon Boland ... Tony
Ian Bolt ... Student
Christian Burgess ... John
Denis Carey ... Wally
Edward Clayton ... Clerk
Michele Copsey ... Rachel
Hal Jeayes ... 'Idaho' man
Nicholas Le Prevost ... Alistair

Clive Mantle ... Edward
Paul Mooney ... David Meredith
Colette O'Neil ... Jessica's Mother
Brian Osborne ... Clerk
Gordon Salkilld ... Ticket clerk
Jessie Walker Stewart ... Jessica as a child

Season 2, Episode 13: Double Image

6 April 1986


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Coast to Coast

4 January 1987
Two guys meet, one American, a deserter from the US army, one Brit, and they are drawn together by their mutual love of Soul music. Neither being gainfully employed they decide to start a mobile disco service for fellow soul lovers, which leads them to buy an ice cream van, and the adventure begins. Before long they find themselves on the run from the bad guys and the police.

Lenny Henry ... Ritchie Lee

John Shea ... John Carloff

Peter Vaughan ... The Chiropodist

George Baker ... Greaves

Cherie Lunghi ... Susan

Pete Postlethwaite ... Kecks McGuinness
Al Matthews ... Curtis Duchamps
Edward Peel ... Police Constable
Paul Bown ... Police Constable
Bobby Knutt ... Garage Owner
Maggie Ollerenshaw ... Courier
Iggy Navarro ... Cato
Ken Sharrock ... Police Inspector
Gerry White ... Desk Sergeant
Alan Bird ... Reporter
Robbie Dee ... Reporter
Stacey Zuckerman ... Mabel
Dick Brannick ... Hotel Porter
Neville Smith ... Wedding Guest
Gregory Floy ... Pathologist

Tony Haygarth ... Mortuary Attendent
Johnny Shannon ... Cockney Gangster
Tim Barker ... Lakeland Pub Landlord
Mary Kurowski ... Waitress
Carl Chase ... Liverpool Barman
Peter Kerrigan ... British Rail Inspector
Pearl Ann Turner ... Doreen (as Pearl-Ann Turner)
Mac McDonald ... USAF Airman
Mark Burton ... USAF Airman
John Mundy ... Newscaster
Graham Wayne ... USAF Band
Glenn Nightingale ... USAF Band
Bimbo Acock ... USAF Band
Geoff Driscoll ... USAF Band

Mike O'Gorman ... USAF Band
Johanne James ... USAF Band
Stephen Stapley ... USAF Band

Bob Geldof ... Himself - Scruffy Person (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Blunt

11 January 1987
The story of Anthony Blunt, the "fourth man" in a notorious 1951 spy scandal.

Season 3, Episode 3: Will You Love Me Tomorrow

18 January 1987
Freedom fascinates and frightens Jackie, encountering the real world for the first time in years, She clings to an ideal : 'What I want most in the whole world is to be in love and to be loved'. Reality can be harsh and unforgiving.

Joanne Whalley ... Jackie
Tilly Vosburgh ... Debbie

Phil Daniels ... Sprint

Iain Glen ... Sailor
Joanne Allen ... Maggie

Peter Wight ... John
Peter Bayliss ... Sam
Richard Ireson ... Barry

Sam Kelly ... Beachcomber

Suzan Crowley ... Louisa

Rebecca Callard ... Jackie (child)
Ken Robertson ... Barman
Jane Hilary ... Policewoman
Beverley Callard ... Policewoman (as Beverley Sowden)
Susan Singfield ... Shirley
Robert Hemsley ... Boy in cafe

Season 3, Episode 4: After Pilkington

25 January 1987


Bob Peck ... James Westgate

Miranda Richardson ... Penny 'Patch' Newhouse
Reina James ... Amanda
Gary Waldhorn ... Boris

Barry Foster ... Derek
Sarah Butler ... Young Penny
Richard Grant ... Young James
Richard Brenner ... Wilkins
Mary Miller ... Deirdre Pilkington
Derek Ware ... Pilkington
Nigel Nevinson ... Doctor
John Gill ... Pottsy
Chris Lang ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: East of Ipswich

1 February 1987

John Nettleton ... Mr. Burrill
Pat Heywood ... Mrs. Burrill
Edward Rawle-Hicks ... Richard Burrill
Allan Cuthbertson ... Mr. Horrobin
Rosemary Macvie ... Mrs. Horrobin
Oona Kirsch ... Julia Horrobin

Pippa Hinchley ... Anna
Joan Sanderson ... Miss Wilbraham

Graham Crowden ... Headmaster
June Ellis ... Dancing Teacher
Janine Duvitski ... Betty
Timothy Bateson ... Mr. Macklin
John Wagland ... Edwin Macklin
Stuart Mansfield ... Keith Macklin
Charles McKeown ... Mr. Hargreaves
Sheila Fearn ... Mrs. Hargreaves
Phyllida Hewat ... Mrs. Argonaut
Roger Brierley ... Reverend Phelps
Michelle Jordan ... Rebecca Phelps
Jaynee Jordan ... Rachel Phelps
Warren Saire ... Ice Cream Salesman
Tip Tipping ... First Motorbiker
Wayne Michaels ... Second Motorbiker

Season 3, Episode 6: Naming the Names

8 February 1987


Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Finn McQuillen

Michael Maloney ... Henry Kirk
Mick Ford ... Jack McHenry
James Ellis ... Mr. McCoy

Ian McElhinney ... Inspector McBride
Stella McCusker ... Miss Macken
Leila Webster ... Mrs. O'Hare
Julie McDonald ... Chrissie
Laura Corman ... Sharleen McCabe
Eileen Way ... Finn's Grandma
Brigid Erin Bates ... Nurse
Tracey Lynch ... Girl in Pyjamas
Sarah Jones ... Mrs. McCabe
Caryn Hurwitz ... WPC
Ursula Burns ... Schoolgirl in Hall
Marcus O'Higgins ... Dermot McCoy
Eoin O'Callaghan ... Man at Divis
Dick Holland ... Man at Divis
Birdy Sweeney ... Man at Divis
Nicola Dawn

Season 3, Episode 7: Northanger Abbey

15 February 1987
Catherine Morland is a young woman who enjoys reading Gothic Novels. She is invited to Bath by a family friend, Mrs. Allen, and there she meets Henry Tilney and his sister Eleanor. Upon returning to her home with her family, Eleanor invites Catherine to come along as her guest and companion. There Catherine's imagination continues to flourish and she begins to suspect a dark secret at Northanger Abbey.
Katharine Schlesinger ... Catherine Morland

Peter Firth ... Henry Tilney

Robert Hardy ... General Tilney

Googie Withers ... Mrs. Allen
Geoffrey Chater ... Mr. Allen
Cassie Stuart ... Isabella Thorpe
Jonathan Coy ... John Thorpe
Ingrid Lacey ... Eleanor Tilney

Greg Hicks ... Frederick Tilney
Philip Bird ... James Morland
Elvi Hale ... Mrs. Thorpe
Helen Fraser ... Mrs. Morland
David Rolfe ... Mr. Morland
Elaine Ives-Cameron ... Marchioness
Angela Curran ... Alice
Tricia Morrish ... Miss Digby

Oliver Hembrough ... Edward Morland
Anne-Marie Mullane ... Thorpe Sisters

Michelle Arthur ... Thorpe Sisters
Sarah-Jane Holm ... Jenny
Raphael Alleyne ... Page Boy
Myra Carter ... Neighbour (uncredited)
Catriona Hinds ... Richard's Wife (uncredited)
Ciarán O'Reilly ... Passer-by (uncredited)
Caroline Seymour ... Junkie (uncredited)

Teresa Yenque ... Indian Woman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Visitors

22 February 1987
This production for the BBC-2's "Screen Two" series was the last of Dennis Potter's "one-shot, one-slot" plays for television. It had its origins in Potter's 1983 play "Sufficient Carbohydrate," about two middle-aged executives, one English, one American, who both work for the same multinational food company. Together, they vacation with their wives on a Greek island. In the TV adaptation, British businessman Jack becomes bitter as he faces the prospect of seeing his family company taken over by an American corporation. On a holiday at an Italian villa with his new manager, Eddie, he begins to stir up antagonism prompting Eddie's son Clayton to fantasize a murderous outcome.

Robert MacNaughton ... Clayton

Michael Brandon ... Eddie

Glynis Barber ... Lucy

John Standing ... Jack
Nicola Pagett ... Elizabeth
Mara Minniti ... The Maid
Christiana Sartoretti ... Watcher
Enrico Masciolini ... Watcher
Giorgio Pangaro ... Watcher

Season 3, Episode 9: Heaven on Earth

1 March 1987
Heaven On Earth follows several children and teens as they are sent from their homes in Wales and England to Canada. Host families await them and each child must adapt to their new surroundings, deal with their new duties and families and survive by holding into their friendships. Heaven on Earth is based on historical events and focuses on the trials and hardships of children who were unwanted but ultimately found their place in the world.
Torquil Campbell ... Len Hawkins

Sarah Polley
Fiona Reid ... Abigail
Sian Leisa Davies ... Megan Davies
Nathan Adamson

Amos Crawley
Huw Davies ... Gareth Andrews
Donna Edwards ... Sophie Payne
David Hughes
Alison MacLeod ... Lorna
Loreena McKennitt ... Lady traveler
Maureen McRae ... Mrs. Macdonald
Nicholas Rice ... Gentleman traveler
Judy Sinclair

Cedric Smith ... Mr. Macdonald

R.H. Thomson

Season 3, Episode 10: Inappropriate Behaviour

8 March 1987


Charlotte Coleman ... Helen Bardsley
Jenifer Landor ... Jo McLoughlin
Douglas Livingstone ... Mr. Bardsley
Rosemary Martin ... Mrs. Bardsley
Rudi Davies ... Shirley Bardsley
Brian Deacon ... Alex
John Cording ... Max
John Rowe ... Headmaster

Anne Reid ... Mrs. Hawke
Wolf Christian ... Man in Pub
Sheri Crawley ... Schoolchild
Tracey Keevans ... Schoolchild
Rachel Sanders ... Schoolchild
Lisa Whordley ... Schoolchild

Alexis Bicât ... Schoolchild
James Kirton ... Schoolchild

Season 3, Episode 11: Going Home

15 March 1987


Nicholas Campbell ... Cpl. Brill
Milan Cheylov ... Pvt. Yashin
Albert Schultz ... LCpl. Millen

Eugene Lipinski ... Maj. Bannerman

William Hope ... Lt. Anson
Sioned Mair ... Vember
Bradley Lavelle ... Pvt. Franklin
Peter Banks ... Sgt. Maj. Wagner
William Armstrong ... Thommo
Bernard Brown ... Sir Williams
Meredith Edwards ... Dr. Morgan
Ian Morton ... Pvt. Bates
Clyde Pollitt ... Owen

Richard Ryan ... Pvt. Nevin
Peter Whitman ... Pvt. Corti

Season 3, Episode 12: Quartermaine's Terms

29 March 1987

Eleanor Bron ... Melanie

Edward Fox ... St. John Quartermaine
Clive Francis ... Mark

John Gielgud ... Eddie
Peter Jeffrey ... Henry
Paul Jesson ... Derek
Eiji Kusuhara ... Oko-Ri

Tessa Peake-Jones ... Anita

Season 3, Episode 13: On the Palm

5 April 1987

Season 3, Episode 14: Hedgehog Wedding

17 April 1987

Christoph Hargreaves-Allen ... Christopher

Lynsey Baxter ... Mariella

Marsha Fitzalan ... Georgina
Francesca Brill ... Lucy
Kate Harper ... Mary

Carol Royle ... Rachel

Richard Durden ... Daniel
Frederick Treves ... Desmond
Peter Sands ... Simon

Anne Lambton ... Christina
Rosie Pontzen ... Jacinta

Greg Hicks ... Willy
Martyn Stanbridge ... Dominic
Mark Tandy ... Jamie
Edward Lyon ... Vicar
Lucy Durham-Matthews ... Amanda
Sebastian Brooke ... Sam
Aimée Delamain ... Lady Bridstock
David Blake Kelly ... Elderly Guest
Sheila Allen ... Virginia

Season 3, Episode 15: The Children of Dynmouth

24 April 1987

Simon Fox ... Timothy Gedge
John Bird ... Commander Abigail
Avril Elgar ... Mrs. Abigail

Gary Raymond ... Quentin Featherston
Peter Jones ... Mr. Dass
Graham McGrath ... Stephen
Eleanor Tremain ... Kate
Billy Burden ... Mr. Blakey
Myrtle Devenish ... Mrs. Blakey
David Daker ... Mr. Plant
Roger Brierley ... Mr. Stringer
Bernadette Milnes ... Mrs. Dass
Diane Holland ... Miss Lavant
Phillida Sewell ... Miss Poraway
Norma Shebbeare ... Mrs. Stead-Carter
Andrew Hilton ... Stephen's Father
Sarah Crowden ... Cub Mistress
Charles Lamb ... Pensioner
Alec Bregonzi ... Mr. Peniket
Mitzi Mueller ... Miss Tomm
Maggie Bell ... Banjolele Player

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Vision

26 November 1987


Dirk Bogarde ... James Marriner

Lee Remick ... Grace Gardner

Eileen Atkins ... Helen Marriner

Helena Bonham Carter ... Jo Marriner
Paul Maxwell ... Bill Freed

Philip O'Brien ... Charlie Parrott
Bruce Boa ... Channel President
Lynda Bellingham ... Mary Morris
David Lyon ... Richard Beck
Elizabeth Baker ... Party Hostess
Daniel Barbato ... Young Boy
James Frank Benson ... Pressman

Richard Cubison ... Derek Miles
Alan Curtis ... Lord Mallory
Philip Goldacre ... Richard Jenkins
Linda Jesticoe ... Drama Producer
Martin Jones ... News Editor
Michael Lees ... John Harvey

Derek Lyons ... Bike Rider
Lisabeth Miles ... Margaret Bunn

Bruce Montague ... Geoffrey Gilman
Steve Parry ... Personnel Officer
Tony Phillips ... First Agent
Josh Richards ... Pressman
Alan Rowlands ... Carson
Frank Rozelaar-Green ... Second Agent
Hugh Thomas ... Studio Director
Alan Worth ... Limo Driver

Season 4, Episode 2: Dead Lucky

17 January 1988
Martin Urban, a young accountant, is gay but unwilling to own up to this fact because he desperately wants to be the ideal son for his parents. When he wins a fortune on the football pools, he decides to give half of it away to deserving people. But he neglects to include his friend Tim Sage, who filled in the coupon for him and really needs the money. Perhaps Martin doesn't acknowledge Tim because Martin is strongly sexually attracted to him. Tim's revenge upon Martin succeeds beyond his wildest dreams, setting in motion a chain of events leading to a tragic climax.
Robert Austin ... Mr. Cochrane
Harriet Bagnall ... Francesca Brown
Honora Burke ... Woman at Grafton Road
Charu Bala Chokshi ... Mrs. Bhavnai (as Charubala Chokshi)

Philip Davis ... Finn
Robert Davis ... Adrian
Jacqui Docker ... Ann Blake
Donald Douglas ... Martin Urban's father
Alexandra Eagle ... Lindsay

Nicholas Farrell ... Martin Urban
William Gaminara ... Tim Sage
Ann-Marie Gwatkin ... Martin Urban's secretary
Paula Jacobs ... Mrs. Gogarty
Carl Pizzie ... Flower shop delivery boy
Chris Sanders ... Landlord
Peter Waddington ... Norman
Ann Way ... Lena Finn, Theodore's mother
Thelma Whiteley ... Martin Urban's mother

Season 4, Episode 3: Sweet as You Are

24 January 1988
A lecturer has an extra-marital one night stand and contracts HIV. The movie shows how he tells his wife and the way in which she is forced to cope with his infidelity and the fact he has put her in danger of contracting the disease herself.

Miranda Richardson ... Julia Perry

Liam Neeson ... Martin Perry
Alex Pakenham ... Katie Perry
Philip McGough ... Tony
Gillian Raine ... Isobel
Philip Bird ... Dr. Peploe
Judi Lamb ... NHS Doctor
Caroline Holdaway ... Connie

Jay Byrd ... Receptionist
Graham Turner ... Male Nurse

Angus Kennedy ... Hamish
Gil Myers ... Boy with Smarties

Season 4, Episode 4: Stanley Spencer

31 January 1988

Season 4, Episode 5: Border

7 February 1988


Edita Brychta ... Eva
Cate Fowler ... Hannah

Daniel Hill ... Jiri
Norman Jones

Dorota Puzio ... Nurse

Catherine Schell ... Melena Lotskova
Shaun Scott ... Jan
Bob Sherman
Nicola Wright ... Adina Fiala

Season 4, Episode 6: Follow the Yellow Brick Road

14 February 1991

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

????

Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

????

Season 4, Episode 9: Episode #4.9

????

Season 4, Episode 10: Love Birds

6 March 1988

Stephen Bent ... Kenny

Paul Bhattacharjee ... Quereshi
Linda Henry ... Barbara
Shaheen Khan ... Naseem
Jane Gurnett ... Josie

Peter Faulkner ... Steve
Sally Jane Jackson ... Janice
Barbara Marten ... Marlene
John Labanowski ... Billy
Jane Hazlegrove ... Michelle
Emma Longbottom ... Sally
Paul Staley ... Jason
James Staley ... Jason
Badi Uzzaman ... Old Quereshi
Usha Patel ... Mrs. Quereshi
Shahnaz Pakravan ... Doctor in Hospital
Venu Dhupa ... Rohanna
Lloyd McGuire ... Detective
Robert Angell ... Police Constable
Sandra Clark ... Police Surgeon
David J. Nichols ... Police Patrolman
John Goober ... Union Convenor
Margaret Heery ... Sister
Tracey Wilkinson ... Student Nurse
Naim Khan ... Najib
Kenneth Hastwell ... Fred (as Ken Hastwell)
Van Martin ... Pub D.J.
Caroline Taylor ... Marlene's Kids
Sarah Green ... Marlene's Kids
Jamie Lesley ... Marlene's Kids

William Ash ... Marlene's Kids
Mark Longbottom ... Marlene's Kids
Pritam Kaur ... Quesreshi's Family
Manju Singh ... Quesreshi's Family
Mohamid Yaqub ... Naseem's Family
Shamim Yaqub ... Naseem's Family
Majid Yaqub ... Naseem's Family
Santosh Rani Verma ... Naseem's Family
Kulvinder Singh Sohal ... Quereshi's Cousins
Hardeep Singh Sohal ... Quereshi's Cousins
Steven Samra ... Quereshi's Cousins

Season 4, Episode 11: Shadow on the Earth

13 March 1988
Two brothers growing up in a small Scottish mining town become convinced the albino man living in their street is an alien. Influenced science fiction films and the religious bigotry around them, they begin to persecute him, until one day actually get to know him.
Sam Hickman ... Billy Wilson
Billy Hartman ... Jim Wilson
Billy McElhaney ... Eddie Brogan
Gerry Slevin ... Grandad Wilson
Sheila Grier ... Bunty Wilson
Andrew Barr ... Flint
Craig Smith ... Alex Wilson
Dale Martin ... Sammy Brogan
Andrew Dallmeyer ... Mr. Morris
Steven McNicoll ... Derek Brogan

Kate Sandison ... Alice Johnson
Bridget McCann ... Mrs. Stone
Laura Elizabeth Smith ... Mary Davidson
Billy Marr ... Eric Grady
Robert Patterson ... Bus Conductor
Jonathan Battersby ... TV Announcer
Brian Brogan ... Spud McKenzie
Simon Ramsey ... Spud's Gang
Steven Jack ... Spud's Gang
Christopher Brown ... Spud's Gang
Tommy McKimm ... Spud's Gang
Paul Birchard ... American Scientist
Vivienne Dixon ... Teacher
Sandy Neilson ... Headmaster
James Leslie Waller ... Laurel
Malcolm McGeachy ... Hardy

Season 4, Episode 12: Episode #4.12

????

Season 4, Episode 13: Reasonable Force

27 March 1988

Season 4, Episode 14: The Temptation of Eileen Hughes

3 April 1988
The McAuleys are local celebrities and Eileen Hughes, a young shop assistant, is flattered to be taken under their wing. Then she accepts their invitation to join them for a week's holiday in London ...

Angharad Rees ... Mona McAuley
Ethna Roddy ... Eileen Hughes
Mary Duddy ... Agnes Hughes
John Carlin ... Hotel manager
John Pine ... Arthur Bateman
Birdy Sweeney ... Caretaker

Season 4, Episode 15: Lucky Sunil

17 April 1988

Vass Anderson ... Stipendary Magistrate
Richenda Carey ... Mrs. Slipper
Sheila Chitnis ... Sunil's Mother
Charu Bala Chokshi ... Mrs. Singh
Michelle Collins ... Daisy
Willie Coppen ... Tony
Hugh Cornwell ... Charlie

Niamh Cusack ... Denise Slipper
Kulvinder Ghir ... Sunil
Gregg Harris ... Jim
Leonard Hay ... Black Mugger
Rashid Karapiet ... Mr. Singh
Ahmed Khalil ... Mandeep
Naim Khan ... Ali
Sumar Khan ... Heavy

Albert Moses ... Bashir

Cathy Murphy ... Lois

Alex Norton ... Des Organ
Iain Ormsby-Knox ... Gorskin
Brian Pettifer ... Cyril
Willie Ross ... Beadle
Aftab Sachak ... Farroukh
Dippy Sagoo ... Pritee (as Dippie Sagoo)
Ian Sandy ... Fatso
Gurdial Sira ... Sunil's Father
Simon Smith ... White Mugger
Susie Ann Watkins ... Sweetie

Benjamin Whitrow ... Mr. Slipper
Basil Whybray ... Bob
Tariq Yunus ... Balam

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Death of a Son

8 January 1989


Lynn Redgrave ... Pauline Williams
Malcolm Storry ... Ray Williams

Jay Simpson ... John Williams
Mark Anstee ... Paul Williams
Ross Boatman ... Gary Austin
Frederick Treves ... Dr. Patrick Toseland
Julian Curry ... Professor Ray Spector
Dave Hill ... Detective Inspector Sid Roscoe
Glyn Pritchard ... Rob
Richard Heffer ... Detective Sergeant Martin McClure

Jerome Willis ... First DPP Official
John Quentin ... Second DPP Official

Oliver Ford Davies ... Prosecuting Counsel
Nigel Cooke ... Defence Councel
Richard Moore ... Judge
Hi Ching ... Dr. Clarence Tan
Colin Higgins ... Solicitor
Neville Phillips ... Coroner
Jon Cartwright ... Reference Librarian

Eileen Nicholas ... Mobile Librarian
Gary Shail ... Disc Jockey
Derek Ware ... Attacker
Diana Kent ... Night Nurse
John Phythian ... First Policeman
Andrew Groves ... Second Policeman
Roy Evans ... Undertaker
David Killick ... Clerk of the Court
Malcolm Mudie ... Foreman of the Jury
Otto Jarman ... Mark
Paul Casimir ... Chris

Season 5, Episode 2: Angel Voices

15 January 1989

Michael Williams ... Tommy

Brian Shelley ... John Lentall
Stephen Bird ... Slater
Paul Wilson ... Nokes
Gary Baxter ... In Choir
Mark Blundell ... In Choir
Benjamin Bracken ... In Choir
Chris Bradshaw ... In Choir
Joan Campion ... Hotel Receptionist
Patrick Cullen ... In Choir
Neil Haggerty ... In Choir
Jonathan Helm ... In Choir
Andrew Kary ... In Choir
Adam Kelly ... In Choir
Simon McLoughlin ... In Choir
John Ogrady ... In Choir
Simon Purvis ... Revill

Alan Rothwell ... Vicar

John Saint Ryan ... Nightclub Manager
Pamir Savant ... In Choir
Kevin Scot ... Hindle
Jason Staines ... In Choir
Raymond Wallbank ... Mr. Noble
Ruth Whitehead ... Angela
Lee Woods ... Tony

Season 5, Episode 3: Flying in the Branches

22 January 1989

Ralph Bates ... Ed

Edita Brychta ... Dana

Eric Carte

Susan Fleetwood ... Sue
Donald Gee ... Graham

Matthew Marsh ... Michael

Ian McNeice ... Man with dog
Madoc Threipland ... Martin

Season 5, Episode 4: Words of Love

29 January 1989


Charlie Creed-Miles ... Ivor

Tom Bell ... Mr. Seaford-Warwick
Liz Smith ... Gran
Valda Aviks ... Marge
Paul Birchard ... Tommy Allsup
Alister Cameron ... Mr. Chesterton
Ray Charleson ... Carroll
Bruce Clark ... Forer
Nadia DeLemeny ... Maria-Elena Holly (as Nadia De Lemeny)
Eric Gilchrist ... Saxophonist
Adam Henderson ... Waylon Jennings
William Jongeneel ... Ritchie Valens
Cliff Kelly ... Truckle
Bradley Lavelle ... Big Bopper
Michael Morris ... Reporter
Scott Pattison ... Spooner
Benjamin Perkins ... Sweetman (as Ben Perkins)
Rowena Roberts
Anne Roderick ... Trish
Pancho Russell ... Buddy Holly
Matthew Savage ... George Harvey
Tricia Thorns ... Mrs. Harvey
Simon Vaughan ... Andrew Harvey
Mark Zingale ... Dion Demucci

Season 5, Episode 5: Leaving

5 February 1989
A moving, comic tale of three boys about to leave a grim Catholic School in Greenock, Scotland, who find they must each choose a different path in life as they face the future.
Kenneth McFadyen ... Nick
Gary Greer ... Gus
Alan Summers ... Jada
Paul Hannaway ... Lorexene
Marcus Railton ... Pete
Andrew Goodfellow ... Pat
Adrian May ... Dowdles
Lorraine Brett ... Girl
Paul Young ... Snodgrass

Hugh Ross ... Duffy
Sean Scanlan ... Big Mac
Gerry Slevin ... Headmaster
Maggie Bell ... Shop Assistant
Tony MacBeath ... Barber
Johnny Irvine ... Barman
Alex McCrindle ... Man in Office

Alex Norton ... Tommy
Gerard Kelly ... Nick's Father
Caroline Paterson ... Nick's Mother
Hugh Martin ... Storeman
Alastair Cording ... 'Glen' Teacher
Craig Curran ... Reid
Anthony McHale ... Boyle
Quentin Sommerville ... Paton
James Maitland ... McKay
Alan Kirk ... Boy at Bus Stop
Jim Landels ... Boy with Note
Monica Brady ... Jada's Mother
Wyli McDonald ... Nick Aged 5
John Gorman ... Nick Aged 11

Season 5, Episode 6: Virtuoso

12 February 1989
The story of legendary British concert pianist, John Ogdon, and his battle against schizophrenia.

Alfred Molina ... John Ogdon
Bruce Bob ... Dean Webb
Jane Booker ... Carolyn Schurmann
Stephen Boxer ... Brian Masters

John Heard ... Michael Johnson
Philip Locke ... Wilfred Stiff
Sverre Anker Ousdal ... Gerard Schurmann
Jeremy Sinden ... Richard Croucher

Alison Steadman ... Brenda Ogden
Mark Wing-Davey ... Dr. Powell

Season 5, Episode 7: The Picnic

19 February 1989

Season 5, Episode 8: The Firm

26 February 1989
This is the story of rival "Firms" of football (soccer) supporters, and how one man has a wish to team them up for the European Championships of 1988. However, when this is discussed, the opposing leaders are not happy, as they believe this is a challenge to their authority. This Film shows how football violence has progressed from pure violence to a form of organized crime, to the extent that all the leaders know each others home phone / mobile phone numbers.

Gary Oldman ... Bex Bissell

Lesley Manville ... Sue

Philip Davis ... Yeti
Andrew Wilde ... Oboe
Charles Lawson ... Trigg
William Vanderpuye ... Aitch

Jay Simpson ... Dominic

Patrick Murray ... Nunk

Robbie Gee ... Snowy
Terry Sue Patt ... Yusef

Nick Dunning ... Simon
Nicholas Hewetson ... Beef
Steve McFadden ... Billy
Steve Sweeney ... J.T
Hepburn Graham ... Stu

Dan Hildebrand ... Sully

Kevin Allen ... Lomax
Roderick Smith ... Cliffie
Martin Barrass ... Alan
Stephen Petcher ... Mark
Herbert Norville ... Joe
William Hayes ... Phil
Dave Atkins ... Bill
Kim Durham ... Hospital P.C
Stefan Escreet ... Travel Agent
Robert Hamilton ... Pullen
Phillip Joseph ... Sociologist
Debbie Killingback ... Gill

Mark Monero ... Wesley
Cassie Stuart ... Siobhan
Mandy Vickerman ... Strippergram
Jo Warne ... Ethel
James Woolley ... Housebuyer
Albert Bentall ... Sammy
Susan Kyd ... Mrs. Latimer (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Here Is the News

5 March 1989

Season 5, Episode 10: Ice Dance

12 March 1989
A pair of teenagers are determined to achieve their ambition and become professional ice skaters, alternately helped and hindered by their families and friends.

Warren Clarke ... Alan Sefton
Joanne Allen ... Lynne Sefton

Andrew Fletcher ... Mark Sefton
Amanda Worthington ... Lesley Dale
John Christie
Lily Lowe-Myers ... Daughter
Helena McCarthy
Frannie Parkes ... Tracey Dale
David Plimmer ... Andy
Brian Smith ... John Hawkin

Season 5, Episode 11: Sitting Targets

19 March 1989


Gina Bellman ... Greta
John Boswall ... Caretaker
John Bowe ... Larry

Simon Chandler ... Paul
Corinne Harris ... Mary Stephens

Jonathan Hyde ... Vincent Stott

Phyllis Logan ... Alison
Isabelle Lucas ... Joan
Leslee Udwin ... Vikki

Season 5, Episode 12: Defrosting the Fridge

26 March 1989
An American football coach takes over the running of a no-hope English soccer team.

Joe Don Baker ... Hunter McCall

Phyllis Logan ... Lee
William Armstrong ... Rick Simmons

Maggie O'Neill ... Linda
Victor Maddern ... Barney

Togo Igawa ... Hiroto
Emma Wray ... Minty
David Armstrong ... Sales Manager
Christopher Walker ... Dave
Mark Billingham ... Gary

William Ilkley ... Brian
Russell Floyd ... Peter
Huw Higginson ... Phil
Sean Gascoine ... Rodney
Michael Crane ... Jabba
Robin Wright ... John

Joseph Mydell ... Clyde

Richard LeParmentier ... Eddie
Howell Evans ... Chief Buffalo Coach
Gordon Kennedy ... Buffalo Player
Gabrielle Dreyer ... Marika
Jan Smith ... Waitress
Lou Hirsch ... USAF Commentator

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Old Flames

14 January 1990
Daniel is an obeying and high-flying barrister with the good life on his side. Nathaniel Quass is a rich and bizarre recluse, generous, obsessed and sad. This reluctant pair are caught up in an alliance against an ingenious conspiracy which threatens both their lives.

Simon Callow ... Nathanial Quass

Stephen Fry ... Daniel Davenport

Miriam Margolyes ... Nellie
Clive Francis ... Jackaboy

Graham Seed ... Cricketer
Christopher Driscoll ... Man in Car Park
Hetty Baynes ... Sophie
Frank Ellis ... Herman

Peter Guinness ... Parkes
Michael Haughey ... Green Cap
Ursula Jones ... Photographer
Ray Sparks ... Photographer's Companion
Shaheen Khan ... Zelda

Henry Goodman ... Strauss
Romolo Bruni ... Luigi
Zoe Rutland ... Caroline

Celia Imrie ... Davina Wright / Hopjoy
Helen Hazeldene ... Secretary
James Coyle ... Cookson
Harry Littlewood ... Club Porter

Roger Hammond ... Member
David Hatton ... Servant
Andy Bradford ... Geoffrey Hopjoy (as Andrew Bradford)
John Atkinson ... Judge
Judy Holt ... Nurse
Tim Meats ... Doctor

Season 6, Episode 2: The Man from the Pru

21 January 1990


Jonathan Pryce ... William Wallace

Anna Massey ... Julia Wallace

Susannah York ... Amy Wallace
Tom Georgeson ... Det. Supt. Moore
Gary Mavers ... Gordon Parry
Sandy Hendrickse ... Lily Lloyd
Richard Pasco ... Hemmerde, K.C.
Philip Latham ... Oliver, K.C.
Bernard Lloyd ... Professor McFall

Geoffrey Hughes ... Det. Sgt. Bailey
Paul Codman ... John Parkes
Al T. Kossy ... Old Parkes
Marji Campi ... Old Lily
Valerie Caren ... Mrs. Johnston
Brian Stephens ... Mr. Johnston

Scott Roberts ... Mr. Beattie
Marie Jelliman ... Cheerful Woman
Anita Parry ... Telephonist
Daryl Fishwick ... Cafe Waitress (as Darryl Fishwick)

Peter Faulkner ... Police Constable
Phil Hearne ... Plain Clothes Officer
Michael Christopher ... Prison Warder
Alan Bird ... Mr. Justice Wright
John Chegwin ... Prison Governor
Stuart Richman ... Clerk of the Court
Allison Daly ... Vicky Foster
Simon McLeod ... Milk Boy
Grace Kirby ... Widow (uncredited)

Caroline Strong ... Telephonist (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Drowning in the Shallow End

28 January 1990
A young man's personal and professional life falls apart.

Phoebe Nicholls ... Sarah

Paul McGann ... Colin
Sam Preston ... George
Caroline Guthrie ... Denise
Arkie Whiteley ... Mary

Adrian Dunbar ... John

Alfred Molina ... The Italian
Simone Parfaitt ... Girl in restaurant
Max Stafford-Clark ... Max

Danny Webb ... Actor
Rupert Holliday-Evans ... Ned (as Rupert Holliday Evans)
Liz Smith ... Agent
Katherine Best ... Sarah's assistant
Ian Redford ... Ken

Tony Slattery ... Bennett
Michelle Wade ... Sandie
Fiona Victory ... Penny
Emma D'Inverno ... Jane
Ric Wadsworth ... Gerry
Janet Behan ... Airline girl

Anna Savva ... Greek woman
Georgia Clarke ... Greek woman
Ruddy L. Davis ... Guard

Frederik de Groot ... Dutch man
Martina Berne ... Dutch woman
Olivier Pierre ... Everly

Hal Lindes ... Floyd
Denise Margetts ... Receptionist

Season 6, Episode 4: Close Relations

4 February 1990

James Hazeldine ... Trevor

Clare Holman ... Jenny
Rosalind March ... Liz
Annie Gurney ... Emily
Eric Heath ... Danny
June Barrie ... Freida
Glynis Brooks ... Enid
Michael Egan
Robert Morgan ... Gerry

Richard Cubison ... Doctor
Andrew Wilde ... DI Ferguson
Adie Allen ... WPC Lindsay
Will Knightley ... Bartram
Daphne Neville ... Magistrate
Mark Draper ... Reporter
Stephen Bent ... Don
Ian Sharp ... Alex
Amanda Drewry ... Shirley
Peter Bayliss ... Mr. Justice Kendall
Nigel Le Vaillant ... Rogers
Wilfred Grove ... Clerk

Season 6, Episode 5: The Impossible Spy

11 February 1990

Season 6, Episode 6: He's Asking for Me

18 February 1990


Maggie O'Neill ... Norah

David Threlfall ... Andy
Thorley Walters ... Uncle Harold

Gina McKee ... Lynn
Marian McLoughlin ... Sarah
Danny Chippendale ... Referee

Kevin Allen ... Steve
Mike Pugh ... Disc jockey
Lola Rand ... Hanka
Gregory Cox ... Tramp
Albert Welch ... Elderly man
Yoshinori Yamamoto ... Japanese tourist

Bev Willis ... Anstable
Lee Macdonald ... First youth
David Doyle ... Second youth
Witold Scheybal ... Krzeminski (as Witold Schejbal)
Czeslaw Grocholski ... Zurek

Season 6, Episode 7: Sometime in August

25 February 1990

Season 6, Episode 8: Small Zones

4 March 1990
Intertwined story of the lives of two women; an Englishwoman suffering abuse from her violent husband, and a Russian poet serving hard labour because of her subversive work.
Catherine Neilson ... Jenny
Suzanna Hamilton ... Irina Ratushinskaya

Sean Bean ... Vic
Mark Aspinall ... Guard
Nigel Betts ... Policeman

John Blakey ... Igor
Haley Burch ... Val
Ian East ... Guard
Bryn Ellis ... Trawlerman
Chuck Foley ... Bill
Cate Fowler ... Dr. Volkova
Adrian Hood ... Youth
Barrie Houghton ... Priest

William Ilkley ... Mike
Maggie Lane ... Woman at refuge
Rod Lewis ... Guard
Leon Lissek ... Yershov
Ania Marson ... Lazareva
Amanda Orton ... Abrutiene
Michael Poole ... Girl's father
Christopher Saul ... Bill Yeadon
Belinda Sinclair ... Velikanova
Stephanie Turner ... Podust
Angela Walsh ... Tracey
Tony Wredden ... Doctor

Season 6, Episode 9: Circles of Deceit

11 March 1990

Season 6, Episode 10: The Lorelei

18 March 1990


Amanda Redman ... Kate

Michael Maloney ... Tony
Ellie Haddington ... Helen
John Nettleton ... Mr. Walker
Iola Gregory ... Mrs. Walker
Isabelle Lucas ... Headmistress
Michael Eaves ... Mike Frost
Terence Booth ... Jim
Barbara Keogh ... Old Woman
Simon Davison ... Stuart
Bruce Savage ... Roger
Michelle McQuade ... Christine
Michaela Matthieu ... Julie (as Michelle Mathieu)
Occy Williams ... Welsh Farmer
Albert Owen ... Welsh Farmer
Edward Jones ... Welsh Farmer

Season 6, Episode 11: Children Crossing

25 March 1990

Season 6, Episode 12: The Kremlin, Farewell

1 April 1990
A drama of intrigue and betrayal in Stalin's Russia. Stepan grows up in an orphanage, learning to love Stalin as 'a father to all children'. He retains disturbing memories of the disappearance of his real father and, when a strange message is delivered to him, he's determined to find out the truth.

Freddie Jones ... Agejev
Kenneth Colley ... Sergej

Polly Walker ... Nadja

Richard Wilson ... Lebedev
Daniel Eastland ... Stepan

Bernard Kay ... Stalin
Ken Robertson ... Pauker
Tony Quant ... Stepan (aged 3)
Laurence Zage ... Vassily Ikramov
James French ... Sasha (as James Cooper)
Igor Gridneff ... Comrade Grosberg

Graham Crowden ... Lipetkin
David Foxxe ... Startsev
Aden Gillett ... Ulinov
Bill Wallis ... Vyshinsky
Peter Majer ... Official

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Heading Home

13 January 1991
A story of a women is torn between two men in post world war II London.

Gary Oldman ... Ian Tyson

Joely Richardson ... Janetta Wheatland

Stephen Dillane ... Leonard Meopham
Stella Gonet ... Beryl James
Michael Bryant ... Derek Green

Eugene Lipinski ... Juliusz Janowski
John Moffatt ... Mr. Evernden
Leon Eagles ... Mr. Ashcroft
Sandy McDade ... Lesley Perowne

David Schneider ... Stamford Hill Cowboy
Doyne Bird ... Auctioneer
Lollie May ... Mrs. Gill
Alan Pattison ... Roman
Irena Delmar ... Singer
Paul Reeves ... Anton
Julian Firth ... Charlie
Lesley Mackie ... Chambermaid
Ruth Kettlewell ... Old Woman
Bernard Charlton ... Piano Player
Rowena Cooper ... Janetta Now

Hayward Morse ... Man in Pub (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Episode #7.2

????

Season 7, Episode 3: Hallelujah Anyhow

27 January 1991

Season 7, Episode 4: Episode #7.4

????

Season 7, Episode 5: Fellow Traveller

10 February 1991
In Hollywood during the 1950's, screenwriter Asa Kaufman reflects on his Communist associations and knows that he will soon be forced to testify before committees investigating "Un-American" activities. He can no longer find employment in Hollywood anyway, so decides to flee to England and get work there writing children's TV. Soon after arriving, he hears that his best friend since childhood, actor Clifford Byrne, has committed suicide. Asa is sure that this is related to the witch-hunts, and has to find out exactly what the relation is.

Ron Silver ... Asa Kaufman

Hart Bochner ... Clifford Byrne

Imogen Stubbs ... Sarah Atchison

Daniel J. Travanti ... Jerry Leavy

Katherine Borowitz ... Joan Kaufman

Jonathan Hyde ... Sheriff of Nottingham (Robin Hood cast)
Alexander Hanson ... Robin Hood (Robin Hood cast)
John Labanowski ... Little John (Robin Hood cast)
Peter Corey ... Friar Tuck (Robin Hood cast)
Briony McRoberts ... Maid Marian (Robin Hood cast)

Julian Fellowes ... D'Arcy

Richard Wilson ... Sir Hugo Armstrong
Doreen Mantle ... Landlady

David O'Hara ... Ronnie Wilson
Allan Mitchell ... Ted Sturton

Roger Hammond ... Tudor Hamilton

Angus MacInnes ... Lawyer

Nicholas Jones ... Detective Inspector
Trevor Cooper ... Detective Sergeant
Robin Hooper ... TV Dentist
Guy Manning ... Floor Manager
Margaret Stallard ... Production Assistant
Michael Stainton ... Police Sergeant
Cheryl Moskowitz ... Asa's Mother
Mac McDonald ... G-Man
Daniel Heuman ... Asa as a child

Sarah Trigger ... Gloria
Gavin Kestin ... Kaufman Child
Eric C. Toll ... Kaufman Child
Adriana Solorzano ... Kaufman Child
Phillip Lester ... Teddy Boy (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: 102 Boulevard Haussmann

9 November 1990
In 1916 author Marcel Proust is leading a reclusive life in Paris. He hires a quartet of musicians and befriends one of them, a wounded serviceman.

Alan Bates ... Marcel Proust

Paul Rhys ... Amable Massis

Janet McTeer ... Celeste
Jonathan Coy ... Odilon
Gillian Martell ... Concierge
Philip Rham ... Gaston Poulet
Michael Wilcox ... Victor Gentil
Peter Geeves ... Louis Ruyssen
Philip McGough ... Dr. Bize

Celia Imrie ... Madame Massis
Michael Grandage ... Paul Morand
Lesley Nightingale ... Princess Soutzo
Richard Syms ... Head waiter
Ben Buckton ... Petain (as Benjamin Buckton)

Season 7, Episode 7: A Private Life

14 November 1989

Bill Flynn ... Jack
Jana Cilliers ... Stella
Kevin Smith ... Older Paul

Embeth Davidtz ... Older Karen
Lance Maron ... Older Gary
Justin John ... Young Paul
Talia Leibman ... Young Karen
Warren Herz ... Young Gary
Ian Roberts ... Sergeant Smit
Jamie Bartlett ... Dickie
Anthony Fridjhon ... Abe Kotlowitz (as Anthony Fridjohn)
Shufa Ath-Ahmad Khan ... Mr. Patel

Joanna Weinberg ... Andrea
Patrick Mynhardt ... Doctor

Season 7, Episode 8: The Laughter of God

3 March 1991
Husband and wife are stuck in a loveless marriage because of their kids. They cheat and fantasize about murdering each-other. When an ancient tomb is discovered nearby, one of them gets an idea.

Peter Firth ... Steve Clemant

Amanda Donohoe ... Jane Clemant
Ellie Beaven ... Sophie Clemant

Claire Slater ... Gilly Clemant

Sylvia Syms ... Diana
Stephen Oxley ... Vicar
Melanie Wynard ... Receptionist
Tacy Kneale ... Jean

Alastair Duncan ... Jonathon Parker (as Neil Duncan)
Sharon Cheyne ... Rose Delgado
Peter Armitage ... Ned
David Milligan ... Dave
Roger Martin ... Geoff
Julia Booth ... Rose's Friend
Philip Wilde ... Mourner
Hilary Crane ... Gina
Diana Payan ... Betty

Nick Hobbs ... Jack
Julie Ann Gilchrist ... Mandy
John Forgeham ... Hateley
Mike Kemp ... Worker 1
Mark Moraghan ... Worker 2
Alex Tetteh-Lartey ... British Rail Official

Season 7, Episode 9: Morphine and Dolly Mixtures

10 March 1991
A girl's childhood in the 1950s with her brutal alcoholic father.

Patrick Bergin ... Terence O'Farrell
Joanna Griffiths ... Caroline O'Farrell
Sue Jones-Davies ... Irene O'Farrell
Sue Roderick ... Ruby
Gwenllian Davies ... Gran
Sian Merrick
Pamela Miles

Season 7, Episode 10: Do Not Disturb

17 March 1991
When Jenny and Bruce Coldfield bring a curious party of enthusiasts to a remote Norfolk village to visit the hidden world of ghost story writer Eleanor Mont other forces start to stir.

Frances Barber ... Jenny Coldfield

Peter Capaldi ... Bruce Coldfield
Eva Darlan ... Francoise Gite
Stefan Schwartz ... Nicholas Hart

Patrick Godfrey ... Geoffrey Alderney
Philippa Gail ... Rose Alderney

Clive Russell ... Chris Anderson
Maxine Howe ... Marie Gold

Dermot Crowley ... Prof Moreau
Jean Anderson ... Lady Ann
Georgine Anderson ... Elsie Mont
Roger Brierley ... Vicar
David Belcher ... Paul
Richard Syms ... Analyst
Nick Wilkinson ... Car Driver (as Nicholas Wilkinson)

Season 7, Episode 11: Dreaming

24 March 1991


Ewen Bremner ... Sammy
Robert Carr
Michael Carter ... Mr. Nelson

Billy Connolly ... Himself

Marianne Faithfull ... Woman in street

Tania Grier ... Dream Girl

Shirley Henderson ... Pauline

Mary McCusker ... Mrs. Nelson
Lorraine McIntosh ... Herself
Una McLean
Ricky Ross ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 12: They Never Slept

31 March 1991


Edward Fox ... Monk Scott
Emily Morgan ... Cpl. Merriman

James Fleet ... Bob
Elaine Ford ... Sally
Patricia Lawrence ... Petunia
François Chaumette ... The Admiral
Maria Laborit ... Ninette
Alison Fielding ... Helen Watson
Peter Czajowski ... Pole
Stanley Kowalski ... Pole
Edward Kalinski ... Pole
Daniel Wozniak ... Pole
Maurice Risch ... Maurice

Harriet Walter ... Amelia Cleverly
Tam Dean Burn ... Sowerboy
Tony Aitken ... Cropper

Sue Flack ... Muriel
Patrick Blackwell ... BBC Commissionaire

Pete Postlethwaite ... Panter

Imelda Staunton ... The Producer
Chris Sanders ... Security Man
Derek Fowlds ... Cumbridge
Bunny Losh ... Revolting
Patrick Fierry ... Henri
Andrew Alston ... The RAF Officer
Michael Mears ... Frenchman
Hoof Proudfoot ... The Pilot
Yvette Petit ... Denise
Roger Collinge ... Announcer

Season 7, Episode 13: Aimée

7 April 1991

Bridget Brammall ... Lover in Alleyway
Edward Burnham ... Dennis Fellows

Simon Chandler ... Paul
Jeremy Clyde ... Gerry
Anthony Dawes ... Solicitor

Glenn Doherty ... Lover in Alleyway
Marilyn Finlay ... Nursing Home Manager
Lennox Greaves ... Det. Insp. Hollins
Dave Jackman ... Reporter
Philip Jay ... M.C. Fête
Sharon Lawless ... Reporter
Kenneth Lodge ... Det. Sergeant Grey
Vivienne Moore ... P.A.H. Lady

Cathy Murphy ... Nurse
Tamzin Neville ... Reporter
Christine Rose ... Gemma
Kathryn Salt ... Receptionist
Phillida Sewell ... Peggy
Campbell Shaw ... Party Guest
Lucy Sheen ... Nurse
Tony Steedman ... Judge

Juliet Stevenson ... Lucy
Amélie Sumpter ... Aimée

Donald Sumpter ... Frank
Jonathan Truss ... Reporter
Peter Waddington ... Undertaker

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Grass Arena

19 January 1992
The Grass Arena is the true story of John Healy. Raised in an ultra religious family, with an abusive father, young Johnny soon learns that he has to learn to defend himself. He takes up boxing, but soon falls victim to alcholism. His boxing career over, John takes to the Grass Arena (the park) where he lives with other alcoholics.

Mark Rylance ... John Healy

Pete Postlethwaite ... The Dipper

Lynsey Baxter ... Madalena
Marian McLoughlin ... Mrs. Healy
Billy Boyle ... Mr. Healy
Andrew Dicks ... Young John Healy
Nick Dawney ... Young Terry Healy (as Nick Dawnay)
Simon Napper ... Terry Healy
John Garrett ... Albert
Brian Hall ... George
Gerard Horan ... The Sham

Clive Russell ... Mac
Louis Mellis ... Jock
Anna Keaveney ... Liverpool Lil
Paddy Joyce ... Kelly
John O'Toole ... Williams
Harry Landis ... Kaufman

Ronan Vibert ... Charles Fieldhouse
Lyndam Gregory ... Fowler
Julian Firth ... Bates
Nicholas Palliser ... Chess Opponent
Bunny May ... Fox
Nigel Bradshaw ... Clive Soley
Rosalind Bennett ... Kate

Amanda Mealing ... Teresa
Natalie Slater ... Miss Golon
Noreen Kershaw ... Woman in Café
Tam Dean Burn ... Andy
David Foxxe ... Pete
Roger Frost ... Ken
Dee Orr ... Margaret
Steven Hammett ... Ron
Kiera Clarke ... Aunty Mary
Philip Fox ... Radiographer
Stephan Hartford ... Priest (as Stephen Hartford)
Mark Anthony Newman ... Boswell
Vincent Keane ... Boxing Opponent
Tom Lucy ... Sparring Partner
Tim Barlow ... Old Man (as Timothy Barlow)
Ultan Ely-O'Carroll ... Dublin Tommy (as Ultan Ely O'Carroll)
Betty Romaine ... Nun
Elisabeth Bolognini ... Nun
Andrew Tansey ... Policeman
David Baukham ... Escort Screw (as David Bauckham)
Jon Croft ... Prison Chief
Campbell Morrison ... Policeman in Cell

Stuart St. Paul ... Epileptic Prisoner
Philip Bowen ... Doctor

Jean Heard ... Clinic Nurse
Harry Jones ... Fast Eddie
Bill McCabe ... Billy
John Rogan ... Gerry
Barry Stearn ... Simon
Eve White ... Chess Player

Laurie Goode ... #3 Chess Player (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: Flea Bites

26 January 1992
The friendship of a young boy and an old Polish emigre as they struggle to re-create 'the smallest show on earth' - a flea circus.

Nigel Hawthorne ... Kryst
Anthony Hill ... Jason

Michelle Fairley ... Sharon
Tim Healy ... Dave
Charlie Bartle ... Johnnie
Crispin Harris ... Teacher
Chris Greener ... Big Jimmy (as Christopher Greener)
Ashley Brooks ... Paul
Thadeus Kaye ... Kawalski
Dalton Walters ... Billy
Anthony Clarke ... Kryst's Son
Anna Korwin ... Polish Woman
James Hooton ... Adrian
Trevor Peake ... Policeman
Ann Lathlane ... Girl at Fairground
Phil Towers ... Father at Fairground

Season 8, Episode 3: The Count of Solar

2 February 1992
The true story of mysterious deaf-mute boy Joseph in France just before the revolution.

David Calder ... Abbé de L'Epée
Tyron Woolfe ... Joseph

John Standing ... Coudray
Georgina Hale ... Countess Solar
Susan Jameson ... Mére St Antoine
Nick Reding ... M Cazeaux

Hermione Norris ... Caroline

Patrick Godfrey ... Judge
Paul Casey ... Jean

Jonathan Adams ... Physician
Peter Benson ... Dr. Gares
Samantha Best ... Aristocratic woman
Lisa Bowerman ... Maid
Stuart Bradley ... Young man at exhibition
Elizabeth Brimilcombe ... Woman at exhibition
Janet Henfrey ... Mlle Debierre
Arthur Hewlett ... Old man at exhibition
Kim Joyce ... Manservant
Andrew Kitchen ... Painter
Sally Mates ... Nurse
Peter Needham ... Surgeon
Tony Newton ... Phillippe
Danny Schiller ... Court official
Charles Simon ... Grandfather

Paul Trussell ... Beau

Season 8, Episode 4: The Lost Language of Cranes

9 February 1992


Eileen Atkins ... Rose Benjamin

Rene Auberjonois ... Geoffrey Lane
Paul Cottingham ... Porno Boy 1

Brian Cox ... Owen Benjamin

Ben Daniels ... Robin Bradley
Tom Harden ... Porno Boy 2
Edmund Kente ... Bob
Nicholas Le Prevost ... Nick

Angus Macfadyen ... Philip Benjamin

Adam Matalon ... Doorman
Ben McVeigh ... Crane Child
Frank Middlemass ... Alex

Corey Parker ... Elliot Abrahams

John Schlesinger ... Derek Moulthorpe
Cathy Tyson ... Jerene Parks
Sjaak Van der Bent ... Singer
Richard Warwick ... Frank

Nigel Whitmey ... Winston Penn

Season 8, Episode 5: Object of Beauty

16 February 1992

Season 8, Episode 6: My Sister-Wife

23 February 1992

Ali Asghar ... Departing guest
Harriet Bagnall ... Poppy

Paul Bhattacharjee ... Asif Shah
Buffy Davis ... Hospital doctor

Norma Dixit ... Fantasy wife 4
Souad Faress ... Mumtaz
Anisha Gangotra ... Soraya
Peter Howell ... Harley Street doctor
Rachna Kapur ... Sapna
Rashid Karapiet ... Tariq
Barbara Keogh ... Maureen
Shaheen Khan ... Maryam
Tom Knight ... Henry
Surendra Kochar ... Sabia
Ranjit Krishnamma ... Man at party
Syreeta Kumar ... Bride
Usha Patel ... Servant

Tim Potter ... Mr. Bell

Sakuntala Ramanee ... Fantasy wife 1
Vidya Wati Rampal ... Bibi-ji
Mary Jo Randle ... Television producer
Suneeta Rathore ... Fantasy wife 2

Tania Rodrigues ... Sarah
Adlyn Ross ... Mrs. Siddiqui
Dippy Sagoo ... Fantasy wife 3
Shireen Shah ... Fauzia
Jake Sharkey ... Photographer

Meera Syal ... Farah Khan

Mark Gilvary ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 10: The Law Lord

22 March 1992


Anthony Andrews ... Christopher Edwardes

Bernard Hill ... Martin Allport

Tom Baker ... Sir Lionel Sweeting
John Rowe ... Sir Terence Calthorpe
Kate Lynn Evans ... Elizabeth Edwardes

T.P. McKenna ... Judge Selwyn
Tim Preece ... Frofessor Hamer

George Harris ... John Nixon
Roger Brierley ... Mr. Justice Welbeck
John Stratton ... Mr. Justice Braxton
John Southworth ... Mr. Justice Cranley
Richard Bebb ... Lord Chief Justice Hipwood
Leonard Maguire ... Lord Hemmingbury
John Boswall ... Elderly Judge
Duncan Bell ... Dorking
Rob Heyland ... Treasury Barrister
Robert Swann ... Alan Mountford
Harriet Reynolds ... Jean Godfrey

Lucinda Clare ... Jenny (as Lucinda Galloway)
Tom Minnikin ... Man in silhouette
Gian Sammarco ... Jennings
Ellie Beaven ... Rachel Edwardes

Daniel Ryan ... Animal activist
Matthew Warman ... Animal activist
Stephen Donald ... Animal activist

Jonnie Hurn ... Journalist (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 11: The Last Romantics

29 March 1992
A semi-fictionalized account of the life of writer F.R. Leavis, his mentor Arthur Quiller Couch, and Leavis's own students at Cambridge University.

Ian Holm ... F.R. Leavis

Leo McKern ... Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Sara Kestelman ... Queenie Leavis

Alan Cumming ... Tulloch

Rufus Sewell ... Mike Costain

John Lloyd Fillingham ... Young F.R. Leavis
Helga Brindle ... Young Queenie Leavis
Miranda Forbes ... Miss Greve
Alice Douglas ... Girton Girl
Sean O'Callaghan ... Police Constable
Charles Dale ... Ambulance Driver

Season 8, Episode 14: Memento Mori

19 April 1992
A group of old people is being frightened by mysterious phone calls.

Stephanie Cole ... Dame Lettie Colston
Jacqueline Leonard ... Gwen - Dame Lettie Colston's Maid
Renée Asherson ... Charmian Colston

Michael Hordern ... Godfrey Colston
Elizabeth Bradley ... Mrs. Anthony
Thora Hird ... Jean Taylor
Margery Withers ... Grannie Barnacle

Mary Healey ... Ward Sister
Robert Flemyng ... Ronald Sidebottome
Barbara Hicks ... Tempest Sidebottome
Damaris Hayman ... Miss Lottinville

Maggie Smith ... Mrs. Mabel Pettigrew
Maurice Denham ... Guy Leet
Preston Lockwood ... Deaf Old Man
Arthur Hewlett ... Ancient Man
John Baskcomb ... Fat Old Man

Cyril Cusack ... Percy Mannering

Zoë Wanamaker ... Olive Mannering
Jan Carey ... Tea Shop Manageress
Leonard Maguire ... Mr. Willoughby
Muriel Pavlow ... Grannie Valvona

John Wood ... Ex-Inspector Henry Mortimer
Martina Stanley ... Nurse Lucy
Peter Eyre ... Eric Colston
Richard Lawry ... Photographer
Dominic Taylor ... Young Journalist
Terence Soall ... Publisher
Walter Sparrow ... Stallholder
Andrew Charleson ... Policeman
Anna Cropper ... Mrs. Mortimer
Frank Shelley ... The Stranger
Paul Opacic ... Jeff
Aimée Delamain ... Ambulatory Grannie
Emma Richler ... Young Nurse
Alan Leith ... Detective
Hilda Sachs ... Tea Room Guest
Brenda Cullity ... Tea Room Guest
Brigitte Loesser ... Tea Room Guest

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The Clothes in the Wardrobe

17 January 1993
Boy meets Girl in Egypt. Girl is profoundly affected and returns to England where she apathetically becomes engaged to the 'boy' next door. A thoroughly unsuited couple. Lili, an old family friend arrives for the nuptials and enchants all and sundry, including the wife of one of her previous liaisons. Lili sees what the groom and the brides mother refuse to see and manages to resolve the situation to the brides great satisfaction.

Lena Headey ... Margaret
Padraig O'Loinsigh ... Nour (as Padraig Casey)
Britta Smith ... Mother Joseph

Catherine Schell ... Marie-Claire
Pierre Sioufi ... Ahmed
Sherine El Ansari ... Gypsy Girl

Julie Walters ... Monica

David Threlfall ... Syl

Joan Plowright ... Mrs. Monro

Jeanne Moreau ... Lili
Annabel Burton ... Margaret as a Child
Maggie Steed ... Mrs. Raffald

John Wood ... Robert
David Gant ... Gallery Owner
Tommy Duggan ... Father O'Flynn
Maisa El Rafai ... Fatima
Lamia El Amir ... Hala

Roger Lloyd Pack ... Derek (as Roger Lloyd-Pack)
Gwyneth Strong ... Cynthia
Natalie Flynn ... Jennifer
Thomas Lawrence ... Christopher

Season 9, Episode 3: The Long Roads

31 January 1993
An elderly woman learns that she is dying of cancer. She and her husband leave their small farm on the Isle of Skye to visit their children to inform them of the news. During the journey, the couple rediscover their love for each other.
Edith MacArthur ... Kitty McVurrich
Robert Urquhart ... Peter McVurrich
Anne Marie Timoney ... Mandy McVurrich
Robert Rawles ... Alan Gibbons

Michelle Fairley ... Fiona Gibbons
Kevin McMonagle ... Roddie McVurrich
Debra Gillett ... Pat McVurrich
John McGlynn ... Iain McVurrich
Maureen Beattie ... Deirdre Kopanski
Shaughan Seymour ... George Kopanski
Louise Beattie ... Mairi McVurrich
John Buick ... Ali
Paul Morrow ... Jack
Paul Sykes ... Angus
Sam Davies ... Bernie
Billy Riddoch ... Donnie (as Bill Riddoch)
Ralph Riach ... Dr. Sutherland
Iain James Mackay ... William McVurrich
Jimmy Chisholm ... Colin
Matt Costello ... Andy (as Matthew Costello)
David Meldrum ... Charlie
Martin McCardie ... Terry
James Penrose ... Johnny Gibbons
Tony James ... Jim Gibbons
Ged McKenna ... Des
Paul Codman ... Paul

John Owens ... Collins

Andrew Schofield ... Eddie

Bhasker Patel ... Yussuf (as Bhasker)
Jane Whittenshaw ... Mrs. Gates
Anne-Marie Marriott ... Stephanie
Andy Rashleigh ... Alf
Jack Frost ... Hotel doorman
Metin Yenal ... Joseph
Brian Miller ... Hotel porter
Ozzie Yue ... Jimmy
Helmut Sebastian ... Dining room waiter
Rory John Mackay ... Gregor McVurrich

Season 9, Episode 4: Femme Fatale

7 February 1993
The tantalizing beauty and vivacity of the irresistible Maddalena has a devastating effect on nearly every man she meets - sometimes with unfortunate fatal results for those concerned. Everywhere she goes, Maddalena leaves a trail of bodies behind her, but it's not her fault really - it's just that men find it very, very, easy to fall in love (or lust) with her.
Sophia Diaz ... Maddalena
Antonello Squadrito ... Mama
Roberto Nobile ... Papa
Ricardo Vélez ... Paolo

Donald Pleasence ... Victor Harty
Jacqueline Tong ... Mary-Jane

James Fleet ... Algie
Colin Welland ... Martin Harty

Patsy Rowlands ... Mrs. Harty

Jason Durr ... Davey Harty

Simon Callow ... Vicar Ronnie
Margery Mason ... Mrs. Armitage
Rosalie Crutchley ... Mrs. Birt
Anna Mazzotti ... Waitress
Al Ashton ... First Cop
Stewart Harwood ... Second Cop

Season 9, Episode 6: The Cormorant

21 February 1993


Ralph Fiennes ... John Talbot
Helen Schlesinger ... Mary Talbot
Thomas Williams ... Tom
Buddug Morgan ... Jenny
Derek Hutchinson ... Dave
Karl Francis ... Uncle Ian
Dyfan Roberts ... Glyn
Mici Plwm ... Brian
Ray Gravell ... Michael
Stewart Jones ... Aled Owen
Gwilym Evans ... Young John

Sidney Cole ... Treva (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 8: Voices in the Garden

7 March 1993


Anouk Aimée ... Cuckoo Peverall

Joss Ackland ... Sir Charles (Archie) Peverall

Samuel West ... Mark
Katarzyna Figura ... Leni (as Kashia Figura)

Gayle Hunnicutt ... Minna
André Oumansky ... Grotorosso (as Andre Oumanski)
Naël Kervoas ... Shelley
Lise Roy ... Bruna
Isabelle Maman ... Maria
Maureen Zufferey ... Party Guest
Mike Davies ... Party Guest (as Michael Davies)
Jorgen Falk ... Party Guest

Lou Ann Graham ... Party Guest
Andreas Geiss ... Party Guest
Afra Rosbach ... Party Guest
Ross Graham ... Party Guest

Season 9, Episode 11: Maria's Child

28 March 1993
Maria is a dancer who becomes pregnant, unexpectedly, and has to decide whether or not to keep the baby. When her live-in boyfriend, who is not the father, admits to cheating on her, she kicks him out. Still unable to decide what to do, she imagines a dialogue with the fetus.
Yolanda Vazquez ... Maria

David O'Hara ... Michael
Jemmais Keval-Baxter ... Maria's Child

Sophie Okonedo ... Melanie
Linda Davidson ... Danielle
Rudi Davies ... Jessica
Gary Mavers ... Harry

Nicholas Woodeson ... Roland (as Nick Woodeson)
Bob Goody ... Compere
Ricardo Aliaga ... The Spaniard
Kathryn Hunter ... Margarita Guzman

Seeta Indrani ... Christina Ramirez
Ray Marioni ... Spanish Producer
Robert Purvis ... Stixman

Alec McCowen ... Father Eugene McCarthy
Paul McKay ... Young Priest
Anna Korwin ... Guiseppina
Michael Mellinger ... Antonio
Anita Zagaria ... Bruna
Avril Clark ... Isabella
Guido Adorni ... Enrico
Nancy Nevinson ... Luisa
Anna Mazzotti ... Gabriella

Marcello Magni ... Giovanni

Fiona Shaw ... Pauline
David Belcher ... Mr. Boyd
Usha Patel ... Sally
Richard Cottan ... Anaesthetist
Lisa Tramontin ... Scrub Nurse
Erika Spotswood ... Nurse

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Genghis Cohn

9 November 1993


Antony Sher ... Genghis Cohn

Robert Lindsay ... Otto Schatz, Commissioner of Police

Matthew Marsh ... Herr Kruger

Diana Rigg ... Baroness Frieda von Stangel

Paul Brooke ... Interior Minister
Cara Konig ... Frau Kellner
Rowland Davies ... Herr Kellner, Mayor
Juliette Grassby ... Frau Koch
Jay Benedict ... Dr. Burkhardt, Murdered Dentist
Peter Penry-Jones ... Dr. Brauner
Cheryl Fergison ... Frau Langer, Schatz's Housekeeper

Daniel Craig ... Lieutenant Guth, Schatz's replacement
Chris Jenkinson ... Lieutenant Weiss

Shaun Dingwall ... Sergeant Hubsch
Alwyne Taylor ... Frau Heller
Charles Dale ... Herr Heller, Murdered Deli Shop Owner
Heather Canning ... Librarian
John Wells ... Dr. Eckhardt
Ben Bazell ... Herr Hans Schumberg, Architect
Martin Ball ... Herr Koch
Robert Lang ... Police Chief
Arnold Yarrow ... Synagogue Warden

Patrick Godfrey ... Deputy Mueller

Frances de la Tour ... Dr. Helga Feuchtwanger, Psychiatrist
Hetta Charnley ... Frau Kruger

Season 10, Episode 2: Skallagrigg

9 March 1994
Back in the 'bad old days' when the physically and mentally disabled were locked away in institutions a legend grew of someone who could stand up to the authorities and help them. This charming story is how a group of disabled people went to chase that legend. To assist them John is forced to come to terms with his daughter and her friends.

Bernard Hill ... John
Kerry Noble ... Esther
Karl Purden ... Tom
Tom Tomalin ... Raj

Linda Bassett ... Susan

Billie Whitelaw ... Margaret
Adam Walker ... Young Arthur
Joe Norton ... Young George
Fine Time Fontayne ... Arthur's Father
Kathy Jamieson ... Arthur's Mother

Peter Faulkner ... Nurse
Jack Chissick ... Dr. Leath
Kai Peacock ... Young Frank
Xavier Duran ... Young Dilke
Jamie Beddard ... Middle Arthur

Nick Brimble ... Frank

Tracy Gillman ... Linnie
John McArdle ... Dilke
Ian Dury ... Rendle

Ian Mercer ... Local Reporter
Ian Gelder ... Visitor
Barbara Hicks ... Elderly Official

Neil Dudgeon ... Priest

Richard Briers ... Old Arthur / George

Kevin Whately ... Sam Hopkins
Bill Dean ... Old Man
Nabil Shaban ... Alan
Tina Leslie ... Alan's Wife
Dave Kent ... Martin Stevens
Simon Hayes ... Jed
Ailsa Fairley ... Woman
Kim Jessup ... Peter
Donal Crawford ... Policeman
Roger Mortimer ... Facilitator
David Farrington ... Man in Hospital
Rogues Gallery ... Ceilidh Group

Season 10, Episode 3: All Things Bright and Beautiful

16 March 1994
A young boy's innocent observations leads the local priest to believe he has borne witness to a manifestation of the Virgin Mary. Set in an idyllic rural Northern Ireland in the 1950's.
Barbara Adair ... Miss McKeown
Seamus Ball ... Labourer
Gabriel Brady ... 1st Man In Pub

Gabriel Byrne ... The Good Thief
Dave Carey ... Medical Attendant No. 1
Brendan Cauldwell ... Fisherman
Ruairi Conaghan ... 'B' Special
Jean Costello ... Woman with sick child
Jack Devlin ... Child at door
Kate Devlin ... Child at door
Paul Devlin ... Child at door
Ciarán Fitzgerald ... Barry O'Neill
John-Joe Hartigan ... Charlie
Marie Jones ... Ellie Coyle
John Keegan ... Fr. Donnelly
Phil Kelly ... Man at Grotto
Garrett Keogh ... Religious Inspector
Jimmy Keogh ... Tarry Coyle
Pat Leavy ... Woman at Grotto
Caoileann McEnhill ... Sarah O'Neill
Kevin McGilloway ... Phelim
Christine McGonagle ... Rosie

Kevin McNally ... Tommy O'Neill
Karl O'Neill ... Big Jack
Dearbhaile O'Reilly ... Bridgie
Lorraine Pilkington ... Eileen O'Neill
Frances Quinn ... Miss Rocks
Sean Rafferty ... Fr. Sheridan
Gabrielle Reidy ... Maeve O'Neill
Lalor Roddy ... Pat Joe Coyle
Paddy Scully ... Barber
George Shane ... Cardinal's secretary
Gerry Sullivan ... Medical Attendant No. 2
Conall Toland ... Francie

Marie Ward ... Gretta

Tom Wilkinson ... Father McAteer

Season 10, Episode 4: Episode #10.4

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Season 10, Episode 5: O Mary This London

30 March 1994


Jason Barry ... Mickey Malone
Dylan Tighe ... Bimbo Burns
Oba Seagrave ... Mary Kelly
Ram John Holder ... Neville

Lesley Manville ... Sophie
John Otway ... Poet in cafe

Meera Syal ... Ranting woman
Frank Kelly ... Hotel priest
Leslie French ... The Major
Roger McKern ... Policeman at Victoria
Aingeal Grehan ... Receptionist
Georgie Glen ... Margaret Summer

Richard Strange ... Cafe man
Rita Davies ... Picket at clinic
Carol Duffy ... Woman at clinic

Aedin Moloney ... Irish girl at clinic
Finola Geraghty ... English girl at clinic
Diane O'Kelly ... Eileen
G. Brennan Fox ... Skinhead with helmet
Kamilla Blanche ... Nurse
Belinda Blanchard ... DHSS clerk
Ronald Nunnery ... Old man at river

Fintan McKeown ... Brady
Declan Mulholland ... Duffy
Derry Power ... Reilly

Ralph Ineson ... Policeman
Tom Roberts ... Policeman
Mark Penfold ... Sophie's husband
Toby Ufindell-Phillips ... Sophie's son
Morag Siller ... Homeless mother
Dave Duffy ... Building gang driver
Tara Connaughton ... Tall girl at party
Russell Grimeaux ... Cockney at party
Garey Bridges ... Black youth at squat

J.D. Kelleher ... Irish youth
Arthur Hewlett ... Dosser in skip
Ruth Carraway ... Ann
Tony Denham ... Foreman Burke
Ranjit Krishnamma ... Man with car
David Hounslow ... Wages man
Richard Long ... Barman

Ricci Harnett ... Cockney
Alex Walkinshaw ... Cockney
Philip Bloomfield ... Man with wife

Season 10, Episode 6: Dirtysomething

6 April 1994

Paul Reynolds ... Dog

Rachel Weisz ... Becca

Bernard Hill ... Larry

Rufus Sewell ... Clive
Walter Sparrow ... Bill
Susannah Doyle ... Juliet
Russell De Rozario ... Phlem
Sniff ... Leggit

Jamie Wilson ... Muppet

Season 10, Episode 7: Return to Blood River

13 April 1994


Kevin McNally ... Terry

Samantha Bond ... Sally

Frances Barber ... Karen

Warren Clarke ... Hannes

Barbara Jefford ... Else Bicknall

Tony Armatrading ... Daniel

Brian Capron ... Phil
Susie Blake ... Sonia
Natasha Williams ... Rosie
Ilario Bisi-Pedro ... Security guard
Christopher Wells ... Passport control officer
Ian Pike ... Policeman
Stephen Thorne ... Vicar
John Channell Mills ... George Bicknall

Season 10, Episode 8: Henri

20 April 1994
A ten year old Protestant girl travels to Belfast to take part in a music festival, and is billetted with a Catholic family.
Sylvan Baker ... Jeff
Kara Bowman ... Henrietta
Sean Caffrey ... Mr Logan
Theresa Carson ... Marie-Therese
Clair Dobbin ... Sandra
Shaun Doherty ... Mike

Michael Gregory ... Tom
John Hewitt ... George Begley
B.J. Hogg ... Uncle Jerry
Simon Magill ... Mr Brady
Margaret McCann ... Angela Dougan
Joe McPartland ... Uncle Jack
Cheryl O'Dwyer ... Finn
Sheelagh O'Kane ... Catherine

Craig Stepp ... Mr Harrison (as Alan Craig)

Season 10, Episode 9: Zinky Boys Go Underground

27 April 1994
In Moscow, veterans of the Afghanistan war live on the margin. Their leader is Andrei, their former sergeant, blind from drinking wood alcohol there, and attended in a wheelchair by his younger sister, Lena. Andrei and his pals have a black-market stall, paying off both the city's Mafia (Oblov comes by regularly to collect) and the cops. The cops are looking for a subway slasher; Andrei is in love with Oriolo, a stylish African; unbeknownst to Andrei, Oriolo is saving to leave for Paris; and, Lena wants to protect her brother. When new cops trash their stall, Andrei loses control of his gang; Oblov makes off with Oriolo, and the subway becomes the scene of a final showdown.
Dmitriy Shevchenko ... Andrei

Olga Vilner ... Lena
Natasha Bain ... Oriolo
Andrey Smolyakov ... Oblov
Aleksey Poluyan (as Aleksei Poluyan)

Season 10, Episode 10: Episode #10.10

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Season 10, Episode 11: Hope in the Year Two

11 May 1994

Tom Bowles ... Henry

Sophie Linfield ... Louise

Jack Shepherd ... Prisoner

Season 10, Episode 12: Sin Bin

18 May 1994
A male nurse in a mental hospital witnesses one patient killing another, but does not come forward.

Pete Postlethwaite ... Mitch

George Costigan ... Don

Kathy Burke ... Debbie

James Cosmo ... Jerry
Moya Brady ... Donna
Anna Keaveney ... Denise

Ruth Sheen ... Viv Hastings
Graham Aggrey ... Gary
Angus Barnett ... Terry
Dave Hill ... John Dunn
Jackie Downey ... Faye Wraxall
David Hatton ... Keith
Phil Rose ... Richard
Steve Swinscoe ... Stuart Jury
Tina Malone ... Chrissie
Jean Warren ... Sarah

Season 10, Episode 13: Men of the Month

25 May 1994


Douglas Hodge ... Tracey
Akim Mogaji ... Aiden

Clare Higgins ... Fiona
Britta Smith ... Roisin

Ricci Harnett ... Bill

Nicholas Woodeson ... Keith
Alexander Morton ... James
Claire Hackett ... Jane
Eddie Osei ... George
Emer McCourt ... Kim
Sandy Ratcliff ... Meg

Season 10, Episode 14: Episode #10.14

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Season 10, Episode 15: A Landing on the Sun

8 June 1994
Brian Jessel, a civil servant in the Cabinet Office, is asked to investigate the mysterious death of the civil servant Stephen Summerchild twenty years earlier. Summerchild was working on a Cabinet project, under the Oxford philosophy don Elizabeth Serafin, to find the "quality of life" in Britain. Jessel finds a box of audio tapes from the project containing all the discussions up to the time Summerchild fell off the Admiralty Building.

Robert Glenister ... Brian Jessel

Susan Fleetwood ... Elizabeth Serafin

Roger Allam ... Stephen Summerchild
Judith Scott ... Millie Summerchild

Patrick Godfrey ... Tite

Oliver Ford Davies ... Treacher
Jane Wymark ... Anne
June Barrie ... Mrs. Padmore
Michael Fitzgerald ... Hurren
Augusta Harris ... Young Millie
Marlene Sidaway ... Joyce
Mary MacLeod ... Mrs. Tamm
Sharon Bower ... Lynn
Robert Langdon Lloyd ... Serafin's husband
Nicholas Haley ... Young Jessel
Xavier Duran ... Philosophy Student

Season 10, Episode 16: In the Cold Light of Day

15 June 1994


Frances Barber ... Mother

Jim Carter ... Father

Stephanie Cole ... Alice
Bernard Hepton ... Len

Ronald Pickup ... Morris
Margery Withers ... Old mother
Dean Burgin ... Young Len
Michael Friel ... Young Morris
Denis Lill ... Mr. Loveless

Linda Bassett ... Mrs. Loveless

Season 10, Episode 17: Criminal

22 June 1994


Paul Popplewell ... Simon
Nicky Evans ... Toddy

David Bradley ... Headmaster
Leanne Whalley ... Annie
Cheryl Godber ... Marie