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Harbour Lights


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First in a nine-part drama series, set in a fictional Dorset coastal town, starring Nick Berry
Matilda Ziegler , Tina Hobley
For Those in Peril. MikeNicholls returns home after a navy career to be the harbour master of Bridehaven, only to find that his aunt's boyfriend has gone missing. See today's choices.
Written by Lizzie Mickery ; Producer Steve Lanning ; Director Keith Boak
Digital widescreen * On the waterfront: page 28


Unknown: Nick Berry
Unknown: Matilda Ziegler
Unknown: Tina Hobley
Written By: Lizzie Mickery
Producer: Steve Lanning
Director: Keith Boak
MikeNicholls: Nick Berry
Jane Ford: Matilda Ziegler
WPCMelanieRush: Tina Hobley
Aunt Nicholls: Paola Dionisotti
Tony Simpson: Gerard Horan
Elvis: Louis Mahoney
Paddy: David Ross
George Blade: Freddie Davies
Rita Blade: Margot Leicester
Steve Blade: Tim Matthews
Jason Blade: Francis Pope
Kelly Blade: Emma Pike
Nancy Ford: Gillian Raine
Bill Ford: Arthur Cox
Jake Ford: Liam Tattershall
Dr Henry Reece: Justin Ellery
Lady Charlotte: Morag Hood
Mrs Foyle: Rosemary Smith
Pete Ford: Adam Tabraham

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