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Victoria Wood: We'd Quite Like to Apologise

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A series of self-contained comedy plays, written by and starring Victoria Wood.

The anticipation of a happy holiday in the sun can turn into a nightmare in the airport lounge. But you discover the oddest things about perfect strangers when you share a common plight.
With Julie Walters, Una Stubbs, Lill Roughley, Philip Lowrie, Jane Horrocks, Richard Hope, Celia Imrie, Tristram Wymark, Susie Blake, Rosalind March, Valerie Minifie, Peter Martin and Joe Fraser.

Contributors

Writer: Victoria Wood
Director: Kevin Bishop
Producer: Geoff Posner
Victoria: Victoria Wood
Joy-Ann: Julie Walters
Una: Una Stubbs
Barbara Appleby: Lill Roughley
John Appleby: Philip Lowrie
Cathy Warburton: Jane Horrocks
Alan Warburton: Richard Hope
Carol: Celia Imrie
Guy: Tristram Wymark
Check-in attendant: Susie Blake
Woman in lift: Valerie Minifie
Man on travelator: Peter Martin
Spanish waiter: Joe Fraser

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Victoria Wood: We'd Quite Like to Apologise

BBC One London, 17 February 1993 20.30






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