Bergerac (1981–1991)
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The Waiting Game 

Solicitor Lesgate from the Economic Advisors' Office asks Jim to investigate a company's application for a Jersey trading licence but there is no evidence that the firm existed. Danielle ... See full summary »

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Terence Alexander ...
Hungerford
Jack Watling ...
Frank Blakemore
Thérèse Liotard ...
Danielle (as Therese Liotard)
Simon Oates ...
Simon Coady ...
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Albert Leufroid
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Angie
Roger Sloman ...
Inspector Deffand
David Kershaw ...
Ben Lomas
Eileen Way ...
Mrs. Edwards
Barrie Jaimeson ...
Gustave Boswell
Paul Ridley ...
Lesgate
Charmaine Parsons ...
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Solicitor Lesgate from the Economic Advisors' Office asks Jim to investigate a company's application for a Jersey trading licence but there is no evidence that the firm existed. Danielle becomes suspicious of Faraday, a friend of Charlie, who seems overly interested in Jim's activities, which is not surprising when Lesgate asks Jim to look into a second company, also owned by Faraday. The businesses are a front for something far more sinister and a man dies whilst gathering evidence for Jim. Faraday claims he is merely being used but can Jim believe him? Written by don @ minifie-1

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16 February 1991 (UK)  »

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Upon arrival at Jersey Airport for his flight to the UK, Jim Bergerac forgets to wind the car window up and lock the car. See more »

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[Ellie passes on a phone message to Jim]
Ellie: Jim, a Mr Lesgate, of Lesgate and Maloney. He wants to know "would Mr Bergerac care to call on him at his convenience".
Jim Bergerac: [glibly] I'll call on him anywhere he likes.
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