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Sex, Chips and Rock'n'Roll


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Second of a six-part drama set in Eccles in the mid-sixties. Starring
Gillian Keamey , Emma Cooke
When Ellie and Dallas are left on their own the attraction between them is undeniable. WillEllie be able to control her feelings? Contains strong language. See today's choices.
Written by Debbie Horsfield ; Producer Liz Trubridge ; Director John Woods Repeated on Tuesday at 11.05pm
Digital widescreen BBC MUSIC: the soundtrack is available on CD from 20 September from retailers * The times they are a-changin': page 24


Unknown: Gillian Keamey
Unknown: Emma Cooke
Written By: Debbie Horsfield
Producer: Liz Trubridge
Director: John Woods
Ellie: Gillian Kearney
Arden: Emma Cooke
Ima: Sue Johnston
Larry: Phil Daniels
The Wolf: James Callis
Tex: Julian Kerridge
Dallas: Joseph McFadden
Norman: David Threlfall
Careers officer: Malcolm Hebden
Alphonse: Brian Poyser
Howard: Nicholas Farrell
Hayley: Michelle Abrahams
Clifford: Jim Hooper

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Sex, Chips and Rock'n'Roll

BBC One London, 12 September 1999 21.00

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