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A Land of Ice Cream

21 March 1976


Clifford Evans ... Idwal Evans
Maggie Fitzgibbon ... Polly Wells
John McGregor ... Doctor

Donald Morley ... Geoffrey Haslet
Leonard Sachs ... Charles Richards

Gareth Thomas ... Bryn Richards
Rosemary Williams ... Sian Owen

A Man Against His Age

12 July 1970

Zoe Alexander ... Sophie
John Bardon ... prisoner / Methodist #4
Tony Church ... John Wesley
Alan Collins ... Hoblingoblin / Methodist #3
William Corderoy ... The archbishop
Roy MacArthur ... The devil
Cherry Morris ... Susanna
Mike Murray ... Wesley's father / Boher

John Nettles ... Methodist #1
Paul Tyler ... Methodist #2

A Tall, Stalwart Lancer

17 January 1965
Bizarre drama about mysterious Torquil Callander who hangs around a mews area of houses.
Edward Cast ... Second Man
Robert Cawdron ... Man
Harry Davis ... Geordie

James Mason ... Torquil Callander
Elna Pearl ... Girl
Robin Phillips ... Timothy
Moira Redmond ... Sally
Michael Wennink ... Boy

Afternoon Dancing

28 March 1976

Norman Beaton ... Grantly Palmer

Megs Jenkins ... Alice
Carmel McSharry ... Poppy
Syd Amos ... Leo Ritz

Ivan Beavis ... The drunkard
Edwin Brown ... Lenny

Barbara Flynn ... Beryl
Lola Morice ... The pink lady
Harry Walker ... Albert

Aggie

7 September 1975

Celia Ryder ... Agnes Weston
Cherry Morris ... Sophia Wintz
Tony Adams ... Himself - narrator
Tony Church ... Himself - narrator
Victor Platt ... George

All the Fun of the Fair

18 November 1979

Enemy

24 April 1976

Forget -Me- Knot

1 August 1976
Streetwise Fleet Street hack Pat Powell finds herself being entranced by a wiley old celebrity writer.

Patricia Brake ... Patricia Powell

Judy Campbell ... Lady Pittering
Cyd Hayman ... Avril Phelps

André Morell ... Emmett Sloane

John Stratton ... Bill Hicks

Four Triumphant: St Andrew

27 November 1966


Iain Cuthbertson ... Aegetes

Glynn Edwards ... Sirius
Morag Forsyth ... Ephidamia

Andrew Keir ... Andrew

Four Triumphant: St David

18 December 1966


Donald Houston ... David
John Collin ... Boya
John Rees ... Daniel
Jessica Dunning ... Rosina

Brook Williams ... Lisci
Tony Beckley ... Teilo
Jonathan Collins ... Aeddan
Grace Dolan ... Ylena

Margaret John ... Mother
Janet Lees-Price ... Donata
Anthony Mayne ... Warrior
Donald Torr ... Magnus
Dermot Tuohy ... Gosacht
Russell Waters ... Gildas

Four Triumphant: St George

4 December 1966

Michael Johnson ... George
Victor Winding ... Pasikrates
Kevin Stoney ... Diocletian
Morris Perry ... Galerius
Terry Scully ... Demetrius
Kathleen Breck ... Sabra
Ian Fleming ... Chamberlain
John Golightly ... Lucius
Michael Guest ... Palace Guard
Sylvester Morand ... First Guard
John Ruddock ... Anthimus
Richard Vanstone ... Drummer
Margaret Ward ... Prisca
David Waterman ... Centurion

Four Triumphant: St Patrick

11 December 1966


George Baker ... Patrick
Sheila Beckett ... Slave girl

Peter Copley ... Lochru
Bill Kenwright ... Modomnoc

Geoffrey Palmer ... Coroticus
Eve Pearce ... Lupita
Dennis Alaba Peters ... Odran
Alan Tilvern ... L'guire
June Tobin ... Eithine
Dermot Tuohy ... Gosacht

From Inner Space: Part 1

17 April 1966
A group working in a remote European space observatory find their thoughts turning inward as they struggle with the boredom.
Tom Criddle ... Sven

Julian Glover ... Chasser
Terry Scully ... Clive
Leon Sinden ... Bob

Jerome Willis ... Nick

Harry Lifters

17 November 1974

Roland Culver ... Capt. Bellamy
Gerald James ... Fred Feeley
Marie Kean ... Molly Feeley
Ralph Michael ... Cmdr. Bragg

Lot 171

11 April 1965

Richard Bebb ... Auctioneer
Ishaq Bux ... Indian steward
Marian Diamond ... Ann Fleming (as Marion Diamond)
Carl Gonzales ... Jamaican boy
Bill Horsley ... Labour exchange clerk

Ray Mort ... Bus inspector
Robin Phillips ... Wainright
Anthony Sagar ... Sgt. Hollis
Edward Steel ... Col. Fleming

Derek Sydney ... Psychiatrist

No Harm Done

24 February 1974
A factory manager releases the keys of his premises to thugs who threaten him with a gun. He is left physically unharmed but what about his mind?
Michael Cashman ... Eddie
Rowena Cooper ... Mary Pitt
Michael Forrest ... Sleppy
Ron Hackett ... Inspector Pearson
Lee Montague ... Jack Pitt
Tony Selby ... Bob

Helen Worth ... Susan Pitt
Michael Wynne ... Benyon

Now Is Too Late

7 March 1976
Nicola has everything she wants, a happy marriage and successful husband, everything accept a baby.

Michael Gambon ... Adam

Felicity Kendal ... Nicola
Anna Palk ... Christine
Julian Peck ... David

Anton Rodgers ... Simon
Michael Brierley ... Young boy (uncredited)

Old Newsome

16 January 1972
With his wife showing signs of dementia, happily married Newsome, reluctantly allows his wife to be taken into hospital. However, he is not happy seeing her being treated like a child and takes matters into his own hands.
Geoffrey Burridge ... P.C. Pusey

James Hayter ... Newsome
Mollie Maureen ... Mrs. Newsome
Iris Russell ... Matron

Deborah Watling ... Nurse Beverly

Remember Jack Buchanan

30 August 1980

Jonathan Cecil ... Dave Hutcheson

Jeremy Child ... Herbert Wilcox
Ed Devereaux ... Andre Charlot
Christopher Gable ... Jack Buchanan
Anita Harris ... Beatrice Lillie
Lorna Heilbron ... Suzzie
Bill Henderson ... Pickard
Cheryl Kennedy ... Gertrude Lawrence
Charles Pemberton ... Fred Emney
Gerry Slevin ... George Macdonald

Sunday Mystery Theatre: Dig Here

23 August 1964
A couple awake in the middle of the night to find themselves locked in their bedroom while an undertaker is also in their back garden.

Michael Craig ... John
Fred Ferris ... Inspector
Michael Harding ... Pathologist
Olaf Pooley ... Undertaker
Frank Tregear ... The voice
Zena Walker ... Margaret

Sunday Mystery Theatre: The Primitives

12 July 1964
A couple with a failing marriage,try for reconciliation by taking a break in a remote cottage. The locals seem pleasant enough, that is until the couple start arguing.

Sunday Mystery Theatre: Weekend at Willaburra

2 August 1964
A couple driving out from Adelaide to inspect an inherited property face a hostile reception from the former Austrian émigrés in a remote outback settlement.

John Meillon ... Peter
Jennifer Daniel ... Val

Ronald Adam ... Pastor Hoffmeyer
Harold Goldblatt ... Walter
Bill Hepper ... Manfred
Dorothea Phillips ... Liese
Hana Maria Pravda ... Hilde
Frederick Schrecker ... Johan
John Tate ... Joe
Alister Williamson ... Fred

Suspense Hour: Come Into My Parlour

11 July 1965


Keith Barron ... Charles Drew
Renny Lister ... Sandra Minton

Ray Barrett ... Keith Turner
Douglas Muir ... Harvey Minton
Elsie Arnold ... Mrs. Brett
Helen Cotterill ... Frances
Arthur Griffiths ... Office Clerk
Edward Higgins ... Foreman

Suspense Hour: Curtains for Sheila

22 August 1965


Anthony Bate ... George

Keith Baxter ... Drango

Jean Marsh ... Sheila
Royston Tickner ... The inspector

Tony Wright ... Duncan

Suspense Hour: Nightmare on Instalments

3 May 1965
Harry the tally-man sells dreams of easy credit that turn into nightmares.
Hamilton Dyce ... Robert Knight

Ronald Fraser ... Harry Best

Judy Geeson ... Lesley Wedderburn

Jane Hylton ... Nancy Wedderburn

Charles 'Bud' Tingwell ... Donald Wedderburn

The Arcata Promise

22 September 1974
A man regrets all his life a promise he never kept.

John Fraser ... Tony

Anthony Hopkins ... Theo Gunge

Kate Nelligan ... Laura

The Ceremony of Innocence

8 September 1974


Bernard Archard ... The Bishop Alelfhun
Alan Cullen ... Abbot Oswald

David Daker ... Sussex

David Gwillim ... Edmund
Ingrid Hafner ... Emma

Bernard Horsfall ... Sweyn

Freddie Jones ... Ethelred
Frank Moorey ... Thorkhill

Mary Morris ... Alfreda
Nina Thomas ... Thelja

The Crib

26 December 1971

Emma Chapman ... staff nurse McBain
Janet Key ... Kate Lewis

Ray Lonnen ... Charles Lewis
Eve Pearce ... Sister Harris
Jenny Twigge ... Mary Parker

The Last Romantic

12 March 1978


Caroline Blakiston ... Emily
Ronald Hines ... Eric

Michael Jayston ... James

André Morell ... Gantry

Enn Reitel ... The Reporter

The Leaning Virgin of Albert

2 January 1977


Ray Mort ... Albert
Dyfed Thomas ... Cedric

The Nicest Man in the World

16 May 1976
Four strange women turn up at a man's funeral.

Celia Johnson ... Mary-Ann
Derek Francis ... Edward
Ursula Howells ... Julia

Jessie Matthews ... Mrs. Heppley
Iris Russell ... Edward's wife
Roger Davidson ... Edward's son
Anthony Roye ... Charles
Dennis Edwards ... Charles' friend

John Lee ... Lennox

Lillias Walker ... Mrs. Lennox
Neville Marten ... Dudley
Donald Eccles ... Michael
John Stuart ... Clergyman
Virginia Clay ... Mrs. Melluish
Aimée Delamain ... Lady Taggart
Miki Iveria ... Mrs. Pritchard
Judith Nelmes ... Mrs. Ormsby

The Old Man's Mountain

9 January 1972


Garrick Hagon ... Chris

Joseph O'Conor ... Scotto
Mark Rogers ... Kev
Liza Ross ... Ellie
Lawrence Trimble ... Rob

The Paper Man

28 March 1965


Harry Andrews ... Sam Ryan
Andrew Armour ... Sub-Editor (as Richard Armour)
Jane Blackburn ... Naomi Parker
John Bryans ... Sub-Editor
Bill Burridge ... Porter's mate
Ian Colin ... Maj. Moorland

Peter Copley ... Felix Nightingale
Hugh Evans ... Sub-Editor
Jimmy Gardner ... Night porter
Ronald Hines ... David Beecham
Caroline Mortimer ... Ann Webster
Nora Nicholson ... Miss Hawthorn
Michael Robbins ... Ronnie Andrews
Edward Sinclair ... Sub-Editor

William Sylvester ... Stephen Harris
Alister Williamson ... Barman

The Sanctuary Man

7 May 1972
A tycoon left stranded on a small island,realizes he might be also be sharing it with a lunatic.
Kevin Brennan ... Sgt.Macken
Joe Lynch ... Finbar O'Sullivan
John Paul ... Charles Strang
Joan Peart ... Shirley Strang

The Web

3 December 1972


Ann Firbank ... Agnes

Jack Galloway ... Sid

Michael Kitchen ... Barry
Jenny Twigge ... Anne

Theatre 60:The Devil Makes Sunday

31 July 1960
Prisoners attempt to escape from an 1840s Australian Convict Colony.
Alfred Burke ... Clay
Clifford Earl ... Corporal

André Morell ... Major Childs
Toke Townley ... Stukely

Turn of the Year: My Guest Star Tonight

27 December 1970
Guthrie's days as a once famous actor in demand are long over, and now spends his Christmas alone and forgotten. Then a phone call comes from a TV pop programme requesting him to appear with a 'keen to meet him' pop star.
Arne Gordon ... Mr. Vincent

André Morell ... Guthrie
Frank Wylie ... David Holt

Turn of the Year: Sally for Keeps

3 January 1971
After a troubled childhood with feckless parents, teenager Sally is fostered by a couple just for Christmas. As Christmas ends the couple have decision to make.

James Grout ... Robert

Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... June

Zoë Wanamaker ... Sally

Turn of the Year: The Christmas Present

13 December 1970
Teenagers Gary and Brian think the key to a good Christmas would be breaking into a department store and taking just what they want.
Freddy Foote ... Gary
Bill Matthews ... The nightwatchman

Louis Selwyn ... Brian

Turn of the Year: The Girl Upstairs

17 January 1971
A teacher living in a room tries to concentrate on his homework while a noisy festive party goes on in a room upstairs.

John Nettleton ... Norman
Paula Wilcox ... Julie

Turn of the Year: The Parcel

10 January 1971
Post Christmas blues only add to the atmosphere of a couple bored with their marriage until a late, unexpected parcel arrives.

Turn of the Year: The Six Horse Accumulator

20 December 1970
Henry pays a last visit to the betting shop before Christmas and gets the biggest surprise of his life.

Harry Landis ... Jim Blake
Nikolas Simmonds ... The layabout
Jack Woolgar ... Henry Selby

Why Not?

3 September 1972

Dallas Cavell ... Magistrate

Robert East ... John Conway

Fulton Mackay ... Benson

Edward Petherbridge ... Father Carter

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