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Making Out

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Gutsy Queenie and the girls of New Lyne
Electronics are back in the third series of the comedy drama written by Debbie Horsfield. This time the comedy is somewhat blacker as the factory and its volatile workers continue to lurch from crisis to crisis. Once again the women lead the drama. Klepto prepares to exchange factory life for that of a student at Newcastle
University. Will Jill marry her young Manchester United footballer? Whatever will the eight-month-pregnant Queenie make of motherhood? Can Carol
May put her marriage together? The men - whether they're husbands, lovers or bosses - are nothing but bother.
Producer Carol Wilks
Director John Woods • STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 t DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Written By: Debbie Horsfield.
Queenie: Margi Clarke
Jill: Melanie Kilburn
Pauline: Rachel Davies
Carol May: Shirley Stelfox
Donna: Heather Tobias
Klepto: Moya Brady
Norma: Tracie Bennett
Bernie: Alan David
Simon: Gary Beadle
Chunky: Brian Hibbard
Frankie: John Forgeham
Gordon: Jonathan Barlow
Colin: David Hargreaves
Nancy: Sue Wallace
Ray: Tim Dantay
Rosie: Jane Hazlegrove
Yannis: George Zenios
Elfrieda: Mona Hammond
Rex: Keith Allen
Mr Kim: David Yip
Hetty: Pat Mills
Bird: Jeffrey Rann

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