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...  Jodie 4 episodes, 1997
...  Helen 4 episodes, 1997
Martin Cole ...  Dan Monks 4 episodes, 1997
Karin Diamond ...  Kim 4 episodes, 1997
Peter Doran ...  Ossie 4 episodes, 1997
...  Bernie Hutchinson 4 episodes, 1997
Mike Hayward ...  Charlie 4 episodes, 1997
Clare Isaac ...  Naseem 4 episodes, 1997
Francine Morgan ...  Beth 4 episodes, 1997
...  Marie 4 episodes, 1997
Stevie Parry ...  Lil Protheroe 4 episodes, 1997
Nickie Rainsford ...  Kate 4 episodes, 1997
Martin Troakes ...  Roy Hutchinson 4 episodes, 1997
...  Warwick 3 episodes, 1997
...  Salim 2 episodes, 1997
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Drama concerning the lives and aspirations of the people of a Welsh seaside town which has been suffering from a recession for many years and is now starting to feel the benefits of economic recovery. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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The same location as the movie....but
24 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

But the plan to create an "Eastenders" transplanted to Cardiff was a failure. While the multi-ethnic and socio-economic variety portrayed was accurate and at times laudable, the storylines were unconvincing and ultimately boring. The initial 13 episode run was confidently predicted by all concerned to blossom into a full blown soap. but this was not to be. Good riddance! At this point I would like to comment on the plot summary by Martin Smith in which he states that "Tiger Bay" is set in a Welsh seaside town. Cardiff is the capital city of Wales with a population of 300,000+ hardly a town! To all Americans (you are more likely than any to read this) referring to Washington D.C. as a hamlet gives you the right idea. Anyway spleen vented and I can assure you that you will not be able to see this anywhere ever, no matter how many channels you end up with.


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