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Touch and Go

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A serial in five episodes by JOSEPHINE POOLE
5: Charles and Emily are sure that a bomb has been planted somewhere in the Naval College. But there is the problem of convincing the authorities and they don't know where it is hidden or how it will be detonated.
Cast in order of appearance
Film cameraman KEN WILLlCOMBE Film sound BILL WILD Designer GERRY SCOTT ProducerANNA HOME
Director JONATHAN INGRAMS.

Contributors

Unknown: Josephine Poole
Unknown: Ken Willlcombe
Unknown: Bill Wild
Designer: Gerry Scott
Producer: Anna Home
Director: Jonathan Ingrams.
Emily: Maxine Gordon
Charles: David Parfitt
Willy -: Aubrey Morris
Policeman: Tony Haygarth
Adam: Shane Briant
Charinaine: Sandy Ratcliff
Mr Denman: Nigel Lambert
Cdr Crawford: James Greene
Emily's mother: Anne Cunningham
Mrs Meighan: Jane Freeman

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