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Chalkface

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.
Drama series about teachers in a comprehensive school.
Christmas Cheer. End-of-term celebrations at David Lloyd George are tempered by bad news about funding. Barbara Kent decides on direct action.
Episode written by Garry Lyons and Jane Thornton
Producer Chris Parr
Director Tim Fywell
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Contributors

Unknown: David Lloyd
Unknown: Barbara Kent
Written By: Garry Lyons
Written By: Jane Thornton
Producer: Chris Parr
Director: Tim Fywell
Barbara Kent: Rosemary Martin
Bob Silver: John Rowe
Stephen Parker: Michael Simkins
George Mellor: Terry Molloy
John Harrison: Andrew Livingston
Melanie Clough: Niamh Cusack
Joan: Jillie Meers
Joyce Cox: Eileen Kenning
Paul Moon: Michael Higgs
Betty Lee: Joanne Campbell
Claire Griffiths: Jane Wymark
Lizzie Bowen: Deborah Farrington
Des Bedford: Tony Armatrading
Gerry Lambert: John Forgeham
Alice: Alison Hammond
Bev: Simone Rhone
Stella: Nicola Jones
Milton James: Adrian Anderson
Rachel Clifton: Kelly Whitehouse

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