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Roger Roger


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Thank God It Wasn 't Boat Race Day. Sam, who is suffering from anxiety, insomnia and nightmares, gets a phone call from his lawyer while Rajiv has problems at home in the second in a three-part run of John Sullivan 's comedy-drama.
Producer Tony Dow ; Director Roger Bamford (S) (W)


Unknown: John Sullivan
Producer: Tony Dow
Director: Roger Bamford
Sam: Robert Daws
Dexter: Keith Allen
Reen: Pippa Guard
Basil: David Ross
Rajiv: Paul Sharma
Dr Geoff: Robert Glenister
Davinda: Art Malik
Meera: Souad Faress
Tina: Barbara Durkin
Marlon: Ricci Harnett
Barry: Jonathan Moore
Reece: Steven Meo
Marilyn: Joan Hodges
Mack: Geff Francis
Roland: Tim Preece
Jason: James Murray
Julian: Philip Pickard
Carlton: Abdul Salis
Mr Khalasa: Bhaskar Patel
Mrs Khalasa: Rani Singh
Chantelle: Lucy Abbott
Sophia: Maria Fernandez Ache

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