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Bravo Two Zero

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A two-part adaptation of Andy McNab's best-selling book, starring
Sean Bean.
At the height of the Gulf War, an eight-man SAS patrol led by Sgt Andy McNab were sent deep into Iraqi territory on a top secret mission. But when their location was compromised, they were faced with a fight for survival that required every ounce of strength. Contains bad language and violence. Concludes tomorrow at 10pm. See today's choices.
Dramatised by Andy McNab and Troy Kennedy Martin
Digital widescreen
Andrew Duncan interviews Andy McNab: page 16

Contributors

Author: Andy McNab
Dramatised by: Andy McNab
Dramatised by: Troy Kennedy Martin
Producer: Ruth Caleb
Producer: Anant Singh
Director: Tom Clegg
Andy: Sean Bean
Dinger: Steve Nicholson
Sally: Julia Booth
Stan: Robert Hobbs
Jilly: Alison Coles
Tony: Rick Warden
Baz: Ian Curtis
Chris: Kevin Collins
Ray: Jamie Bartlett
Mark: Richard Graham
Graham: Graham Hopkins
Cyril: Barry Berk
Pete: Ron Senior Jr
Shepherd boy: Brent King
Iraqi colonel: Robert Whitehead
Shepherd: Arishaad Erreeff
Son in taxi: George Coutsoudis
Father in taxi: Maki Kossioris
Taxi driver: Nissam Moalem

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