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Jury: 10: Elizabeth and Steve


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by Ken Blakeson
A series in 13 episodes
Elizabeth is an academic; Steves a site agent for a construction firm. They seem to have nothing in common at all. But opposites attract, and here the attraction is mutual, unexpected and - for one of them - overwhelming.
Subtitles on Ceefax page 170


Writer: Ken Blakeson
Film Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson
Make-up Designer: Vanessa Poulton
Designer: Barry Dobbins
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Peter Duguid
In: Elizabeth and Steve's story:
Elizabeth Robbins: Angela Morant
Steve Jackson: Steve Alder
Gerry: Bernard Holley
Harry: Mel Taylor
Ally: Trevor Harrison
Fred: Philip Croskin
Jenny: Zoe Hendry
In: the Court:
Judge: Alan Judd
Prosecution counsel: Sam Dastor
Defence counsel: Hugh Ross
Donald Fleming: Grant Cathro
Clerk of the court: Bronwen Gray
Usher: Roy Evans
Usher: Ella Wilder
The: null Jurors:
Ann Coombes: Margaret Whiting
John Bannister: Desmond McNamara
Christine Cywinska: Debbie Farrington
Louise Barrett: Corinne Skinner-Carter
Gerald Sadler: Hugh Lloyd
David Farrell: David Simeon
Mary Matthews: Gabrielle Lloyd
Andrew Cook: William Gaunt
Julian Spears: Charles Shaughnessy
Mick Thompson: Richard Piper

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Jury: 10: Elizabeth and Steve

BBC One London, 16 June 1983 21.25

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