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Another chance to see the feature-length episode of the detective series that was first shown last Boxing Day. Starring John Nettles
Therefor the Picking. At the Chateau Leufroid, the grape harvest is approaching and Albert is short of help. But when Roderick and Sarah, two young pickers with an unusually advanced interest in electronics, arrive from Jersey, Jim finds himself knee-deep, not in grapes, but in arms dealers and computer hackers. Melanie Thaw is the daughter of John Thaw , who stars in ITV's Inspector Morse.
Written by Desmond Lowden Producer George Gallaccio
Director Gordon Fleming 0 STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 0 BOOK: 'Bergerac's Jersey', £9.99, from booksellers.


Unknown: Melanie Thaw
Unknown: John Thaw
Written By: Desmond Lowden
Producer: George Gallaccio
Director: Gordon Fleming
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Charlie Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Danielle Aubry: Therese Liotard
Gascoigne: Ken Cranham
Sumner: Simon Chandler
Roderick Hazelton: Warren Saire
Sarah: Melanie Thaw
Albert Leufroid: Michael Mellinger
Crazier: Sean Arnold
Willy Pettit: John Telfer
Ben Lomas: David Kershaw
Christopher: Altay Lawrence
Baz: Rupert Holuday Evans
French inspector: Laurence Davidson
Arthur Hazelton: David Hargreaves
Lester: Julian Freeman
Bank manager: Tim Meats
Bank clerk: Wayne Morris
Cafe owner: Leslie Clack
Hippy: David Keys
Deggsy: Graham Fletcher Cook
Jake: Grant Oatley
Killick: Luke Hanson
Laborde: Bill Moody
Margaret Hazelton: Paula Topham

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