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Hotel Babylon

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6/8; series four. Sam has bagged the hotel's first royal wedding, along with exclusive magazine rights - but when the bride cancels, he makes the staff stage the wedding to ensure the magazine pays the fee, which will cover a huge tax bill. Meanwhile a kiss with Emily leaves Ben reeling and confused.
Writers Jonathan Brackley and Sam Vincent
Director Jim Loach ; Producer Polly Williams Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel GUEST STARS GALLERY: radiotimes.com/hotel-guests

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Brackley
Unknown: Sam Vincent
Director: Jim Loach
Producer: Polly Williams
Sam: Nigel Harman
Tony: Dexter Fletcher
Juliet: Anna Wilson-Jones
Gino: Martin Marquez
James: Ray Coulthard
Ben: Michael Obiora
Emily: Alexandra Moen
Tanya: Danira Govic
Gennaro Fazio: Darius Danesh
Ken: Trevor Peacock
Jo: Kelly Osbourne
Alexis Warren: Annabelle Apsion
Mandy: Eleanor Gecks
Simon Warren: Colin Wells
Tristrum Calder: John Savident
Count: Richard Durden
Mrs Sears: Barbara Wilshere
Mrs Warren: Romy Baskerville
Trumpeters Mike Lovatt,: Chris Deacon

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