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Juliet Bravo

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 series of 14programmes with 1:New Arrivalswritten by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Inspector Jean Darblay clashes with her new boss, Superintendent Hallam. Their antagonism puts her future at Hartley in jeopardy.
Cast in order of appearance:
Series created by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Story editor JOAN CLARK Designer IAN ASHURST
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director DEREK LISTER
Book, Calling Juliet Bravo: New Arrivals, hardback £6.75, paperback £1.25, from bookshops
Theme music on a single (RESL 84), from record shops

Contributors

Written By: Ian Kennedy Martin
Written By: Inspector Jean Darblay
Unknown: Superintendent Hallam.
Unknown: Ian Kennedy Martin
Editor: Joan Clark
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Producer: Terence Williams
Director: Derek Lister
Inspector Jean Darblay: Stephanie Turner
Supt Hallam: James Grout
Sgt Parrish: Noel Collins
PC Shelton: Martyn Hesford
Annie Howlett: Ann Curthoys
Tea-room waitress: Sylvia Stoker
Sgt Beck: David Ellison
Roger Howlett: Anthony Douse
PC Gallagher: Gerard Kelly
Burglar: Dickie Arnold
Tom Darblay: David Hargreaves
Court Usher: Bernard Atha
Chairman Magistrate: Helen Shingler
Clerk of Court: Frank Crompton
Mr Elwood: Stanley Page
Chief Supt Shipley: John Taylor

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