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Weird Tales from the SlipRoad of Urban Paranoia


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Andrew Lincoln stars as Christian in the first of a series of darkly satirical dramas written and directed by Martin Jameson. 1: Bingo!
It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo to fund the health service. with Stuart Richman , Malcolm Hebden. Jane Hollowood , Jimmy Hibbert , Chris Cooke ,
Melissa Sinden , Caroline Sugden and Hannah Wilkinson. Music composed by Paul Cargill


Unknown: Andrew Lincoln
Directed By: Martin Jameson.
Unknown: Stuart Richman
Unknown: Malcolm Hebden.
Unknown: Jane Hollowood
Unknown: Jimmy Hibbert
Unknown: Chris Cooke
Unknown: Melissa Sinden
Unknown: Caroline Sugden
Unknown: Hannah Wilkinson.
Composed By: Paul Cargill
Cora Buckley: Judith Barker
Prison officer: Lesley Nicol

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Weird Tales from the SlipRoad of Urban Paranoia

BBC Radio 4 FM, 4 May 1998 23.02

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