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Screen One: Blore MP

Synopsis

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I A new BBC film written by Robin Chapman , based on a novel by A. N. Wilson.
Starring with and
Derek Blore , MP, enjoys both a happy successful political career and a sideline in the suburbs. When his two political lives become confused, with an added Russian complication, he finds a national scandal engulfing him. and with DAVID JACKSON ,
JAMES WALKER , PEGGY ANN WOOD , RONALD RUSSELL ,
JAMES HOLLAND , ANTONIA LOYD ,
EDWARD CAST ,
SERGEI ROUSAKOV , EDWARD LYON ,
JOHN DUVAL , SUSIE BLAKE ,
SHELLEY PIELOU,
ANNA CAPALDI , KALEEM JANJUA ,
LUKE KELLY, ALEX KNIGHT , ALAN HALLEY and STEVE HERVIEU.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HARVEY
Film editor KEN PEARCE
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Designer DEREK DODD Producer INNES LLOYD Director ROBERT YOUNG e FEATURE: page 16
∙ FILMS: page 23 eCEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By: Robin Chapman
Novel By: A. N. Wilson.
Unknown: Derek Blore
Unknown: David Jackson
Unknown: James Walker
Unknown: Peggy Ann Wood
Unknown: Ronald Russell
Unknown: James Holland
Unknown: Antonia Loyd
Unknown: Edward Cast
Unknown: Sergei Rousakov
Unknown: Edward Lyon
Unknown: John Duval
Unknown: Susie Blake
Unknown: Anna Capaldi
Unknown: Kaleem Janjua
Unknown: Alex Knight
Unknown: Alan Halley
Unknown: Steve Hervieu.
Conducted By: Richard Harvey
Editor: Ken Pearce
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Designer: Derek Dodd
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Robert Young
Rt Hon Derek Blore: Timothy West
Lady Priscilla Blore: Jill Baker
Feathers: Stephen Moore
Bernadette: Maggie O'Neill
Prime Minister: Paul Daneman
Ted Sangster: Barry Jackson
Pam Sangster: Rosemary Martin
Stan Castigano: Ray Winstone
Edna Phillips: Rowena Cooper
Professor: Oscar Qultak
Juri Kutuzov: Alexi Jawdoklmov
Van de Merve: James Warwick
Harriet Erskine-Young: Serena Harragin
Mary Woolley: Mary Duddy
Gerry Ransom: Clyde Pollitt
Beryl: Jennie Goossens
Mr Brackley: John Baddeley
herself: Joan Bakewell

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