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Johnny and the Bomb


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.
3/3. Déjà l/oodoo. Johnny and his friends make a final trip to the Second World War.
Dramatised from Terry Pratchett 's novel and produced by Peter Tabern ; Director Dermot Boyd See Kids' TV Choices: page


Unknown: Terry Pratchett
Produced By: Peter Tabern
Director: Dermot Boyd
Johnny Maxwell: George MacKay
Mrs Tachyon: Zoe Wanamaker
Tom Maxwell: Frank Finlay
Dr Harris: William Beck
Carol Maxwell: Samantha Seaqer
Kirsty: Jazmine Franks
Yo-Less: Lucien Laviscount
Rose Bushell: Holly Grainger
Young Tom: Matthew Beard
PC Gallagher: Anthony Bowers
Sgt Bourke: Paul Copley
Bigmac: Scott Kay

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