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Rockliffe's Babies

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with In Too Deep by DON WEBB Why are the officers of Church Street police station tuning in to a local radio programme? And why does
Alan Rockliffe allow himself to be involved in a situation which causes so much disapproval from on high?
Series devised by RICHARD O'KEEFFE Script editor JOAN CLARK
Videotape editor CAROUNE JUDSON Sound ALAN TAYLOR
Producer LEONARD LEWIS
Directed by KEITH WASHINGTON
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Contributors

Unknown: Don Webb
Unknown: Alan Rockliffe
Editor: Joan Clark
Unknown: Alan Taylor
Producer: Leonard Lewis
Directed By: Keith Washington
Det Sgt Rockliffe: Ian Hogg
PC Keith Chitty: John Blakey
PC Gerry O'Dowd: Joe McGann
Det Insp Charles Flight: Edward Wilson
Oliver Payton: Ian Collier
PC Steve Hood: Brett Fancy
PC David Adams: Bill Champion
PC Paul Georgiou: Martyn Ellis
WPC Janice Hargreaves: Alphonsia Emmanuel
WPC Karen Walsh: Susanna Shelling
Graham Dice: David Rodigan
Billy Devine: Ken Sharrock
Barry Devine: Gary Bleasdale
Chief Supt Barry Wyatt: Brian Croucher
Susan Battersby: Debbie Arnold
Evelyn Rattray: Cindy O'Callaghan
William Boulter: Anthony May
Winston Boone: Alex Tetteh-Lartey
Anne Sheffield: Kate Crutchley
Byron Leuluai: Archie Pool
Eleni Mattes: Tamara Hinchco
Norma Devine: Cheryl Maiker
Maggie Boulter: Olwen Griffiths

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