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Castles

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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.
Christine gets the truth from Joanne at last and Philip tries to talk David out of becoming a priest.
Written by Stephen Mallatratt and Sally Wainwright ; Producers David Hanson. Alison Gee ; Director Romey Allison Repeated on Wednesday at
12.20pm Stereo Subtitled ..................

Contributors

Written By: Stephen Mallatratt
Written By: Sally Wainwright
Producers: David Hanson.
Producers: Alison Gee
Director: Romey Allison
James Castle: Tony Doyle
Christine Henshaw: Lynn Farleigh
Joanne Henshaw: Louisa Milwood-Haigh
Philip Castle: Michael Simkins
Linda Castle: Lesley Duff
Paul Castle: Simon Fenton
Elaine: Carine Sinclair
Sarah Milbum: Judith Scott
Jane Rhodes: Carolyn Pickles
David Castle: James Arlon
Father Nick: Richard Cordery
Helen Bancroft: Kate Steavenson-Payne
Mark Henshaw: Simon Bright
Alison Peacock: Emily Morgan
Matthew Castle: Dominic Mafham
Margaret Castle: Anna Cropper
AlexMilburn: Christopher Bowen
Tony Castle: John Bowler
Rachel Castle: Marian McLoughlin
Anita Castle: Sara Griffiths
Martin Franks: Stephen Moyer
Stephen Quin: Ray Coulthard
Kate Schofield: Victoria Alcock
Dennis Sinclair: Robert McBain
Kay Porter: Kristin Marks

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