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Halfway House. Tensions are running high at a "care in the community" residential home, and the actions of a bigoted neighbour seem destined to ignite an already explosive situation. See today's choices.
Episode written by David Joss Buckley ; Producer Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Ian White


Written By: David Joss Buckley
Producer: Corinne Hollingworth
Director: Ian White
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Martin Ashford: Patrick Robinson
MikeBarratt: Clive Mantle
Barbara Hayes: Julia Watson
Kate Wilson: Sorcha Cusack
Jude Kocamik: Lisa Coleman
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
LizHarker: Sue Devaney
Daniel Perryman: Craig Kelly
Laura Milburn: Lizzy McInnerny
Peter Hayes: Robert Duncan
Colin Carver: Christian Rodska
Susan Mohan: Tracy Gillman
Phil: Garry Cooper
Mrs Mohan: Gillian Hanna
Danuta Jordan: Polly Pleasence
Leslie: Dave Edler
Roger: Julian Sedgwick
Mr Carnell: David Ross
GinaSillitoe: Linda Slade
JackSillitoe: Richard Allenson
Mrs Patel: Usha Patel
Chris (paramedic): Kevin Dyer
Vicky (para medic): Maggie Lynskey
Grace Kent: Patsy Byrne
Carmen: Barbara Young
Mo Meredrew: William Russell
Mrs Clarke: Val Lorraine
Mr Malinowski: John Bluthal

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