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The Street


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3/6. The consequences are disastrous when well-thought-of teacher Brian (Neil Dudgeon ) is caught in an embarrassing situation while jogging through the park one night. Featuring Lindsey Coulson.
Writer Marc Pye ; Producer Ken Horn ; Director Terry McDonouqh


Unknown: Neil Dudgeon
Unknown: Lindsey Coulson.
Unknown: Marc Pye
Producer: Ken Horn
Director: Terry McDonouqh
Brian Peterson: Neil Dudgeon
Jenna Doran: Jessica Baglow
Connor Peterson: Lee Battle
Shannon Peterson: Sacha Parkinson
Ann Peterson: Lindsey Coulson
Amy Peterson: Anya Simpson
Frannie Doran: Tony Maudsley
Carly Doran: Tylah Tomkins-Simpson
Stella: Julie Riley
Chris: Paul Gabriel
Michael: Steve Hulson
Liz Doran: Jane Hogarth
Mr McArdle: Tim Beasley
Sophie Fitzgerald: Natalie Richards
Miss Hutchinson: Justine Adams
Sean O'Neill: Lee Lngleby
Yvonne O'Neill: Christine Bottomley
Billy Roberts: Jody Latham
John Roberts: David Schofield
PC Fraser: Gerard Fletcher
Stan McDermott: Jim Broadbent
Eddie McEvoy: Timothy Spall

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