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Nice Work

Synopsis

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A four-part serial.
Screenplay from his own novel by David Lodge.
1: January 1986. Industry
Year. Rummidge, that lovely, sprawling Midlands city raked by motorways, reluctantly confronts another working week. On our right, Mr Vic Wilcox - dynamic, self-made managing director appointed to 'turn round' a struggling engineering firm. On our left, Dr Robyn Penrose - university lecturer in English Literature and expert on the Victorian industrial novel. They have no notion of each other's existence; the piece of paper that will bring them together lies in a recycled envelope at the bottom of someone's in-tray....
Music composed by RACHEL PORTMAN Cameraman PAUL WOOLSTON Lighting JOHN ABBOTT Designer LAN ASHURST Producer CHRIS PARR
Director CHRISTOPHER MENAUL BBC Pebble Mill
• FEATURE: page 17

Contributors

Novel By: David Lodge.
Unknown: Mr Vic Wilcox
Unknown: Dr Robyn Penrose
Composed By: Rachel Portman
Unknown: Paul Woolston
Unknown: John Abbott
Producer: Chris Parr
Director: Christopher Menaul
Vic Wilcox: Warren Clarke
Robyn Penrose: Haydn Gwynne
Marjorie Wilcox: Janet Dale
Brian Everthorpe: John Forgeham
Stuart Baxter: David Calder
Philip Swallow: Christopher Godwin
Bob Busby: Tim Preece
Rupert Sutcliffe: Terry Coates
Tom Rigby: John Arthur
Pamela: Marilyn Moylan
Students: Edda Kay Sharpe
: Students Howard Belgard
Students: Bridget Gardener
Danny Ram: Tariq Yunus
Managers at Pringle's: Ray Hingley
Managers at Pringle's: Colin Simmonds
Youth in garage: Mustifa Dinson
Foundry workers: Tony Caron
Foundry workers: Steve Money
Foundry workers: Anthony Warner

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