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Screen Two: Dead Romantic

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.
A haunting, chilling story of romance and murder for St
Valentine's Day, this new BBC film is adapted by Jan Ashdown from Simon Brett 's novel.
Starring Janet McTeer Clive Wood
Jonny Lee Miller Elspet Gray
Who is the serial killer? How will the romance between
Madeleine and her new colleague Bernard develop in the face of young Paul's jealousy?
Producer Chris Griffin
Director Patrick Lau
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Contributors

Adapted By: Jan Ashdown
Unknown: Simon Brett
Unknown: Janet McTeer
Unknown: Clive Wood
Unknown: Jonny Lee Miller
Unknown: Elspet Gray
Producer: Chris Griffin
Director: Patrick Lau
Madeleine: Janet McTeer
Bernard: Clive Wood
Paul: Jonny Lee Miller
Mrs Grigson: Elspet Gray
Julian Garrett: Simon Rouse
Annie: Bernice Stegers
Debbie: Robin Weaver
Laura: Sarah Burghard
Mrs Franklin: Diana Payan
Jim: Rowland Davies
Mrs Rankin: Barbara Keogh
Keith: Ralph Arliss
Tony: Rupert Degas
Sam: Peter Moreton






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