A Very British Coup: Season 1, Episode 3

Episode #1.3 (3 Jul. 1988)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marjorie Yates ...
Geoffrey Beevers ...
Hugh Martin ...
Alan MacNaughton ...
The Public Servants - Browne (as Alan MacNaughtan)
Christine Kavanagh ...
David McKail ...
Oscar Quitak ...
Michael Godley ...
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The Public Servants - Fiennes: Helen Jarvis, formerly Helen Spence. She and her husband run an investment trust in the City.
The Public Servants - Browne: Strange company for Perkins.
The Public Servants - Fiennes: I gather it's an ideologically sound investment trust.
The Public Servants - Browne: What on Earth does that mean?
The Public Servants - Fiennes: Broadly speaking they don't invest money in anything that involves armaments or insecticides or paying low wages to black people.
The Public Servants - Browne: One wonders how they survive.
The Public Servants - Fiennes: Apparently there's a demand for pristime profit. All those people who read The Independent.
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