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All the Small Things

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6/6. The North West Choir finals approach and Esther is determined to beat husband Michael's choir.
Gilbert "Jabba" Tonks David Fleeshman
Writer Debbie Horsfield ; Producer Richard Burrell
Director Metin Huseyin Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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Contributors

Unknown: Tonks David Fleeshman
Unknown: Debbie Horsfield
Producer: Richard Burrell
Director: Metin Huseyin
Esther Caddick: Sarah Lancashire
Michael Caddick: Neil Pearson
Layla: Sarah Alexander
Jake Barton: Bryan Dick
Kyle Caddick: Richard Fleeshman
Ethel Tonks: Annette Badland
Clifford Shrek Beale: Clive Rowe
Louise Lulu Pryke: Niky Wardley
Olive Halsall: Melanie Kilburn
Monica Binsey Binns: Heather Tobias
Georgia Caddick: Jo Woodcock
Phoebe: Kiruna Stamell
Jimmy: John McArdle
Sofija Katie: Brana Bajic
Nemanja Radic: Kristian Kiehling
Grace Oudidja: Ayesha Gwilt
Fred Caddick: Jamie Birtwistle
Reverend Barticle: Roy Barraclouah

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All the Small Things

BBC One London, 5 May 2009 21.00






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