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The Amazing Mrs Pritchard


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4/6. Twelve months into Ros's new career and a plane crashes over east London. The BBC's Andrew Marr and John Humphrys guest-star. With strong language.
Writer Sally Wainwright
Producer Alison Jackson ; Director Simon Curtis (HD)


Unknown: Andrew Marr
Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: Sally Wainwright
Producer: Alison Jackson
Director: Simon Curtis
Ros Pritchard: Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard: Steven MacKintosh
Miranda Lennox: Jodhi May
Catherine Walker: Janet McTeer
Hilary Rees'Benson: Geraldine James
Dorothy Crowther: Selina Cadell
Sir Richard Leavis: Jonathan Aris
Ben Sixsmith: Tom Mison
Liz Shannon: Meera Syal
Meg Bayliss: Sally Phillips
Beverley Clarke: Siobhan Finneran
Emily Pritchard: Carey Mulligan
Paul Critchley: Robert Portal
Georgina Pritchard: Jemma McKenzie-Brown
Anne: Lister Georqieglen
Kitty Porter: Frances Tomelty
Ronnie Johnson: Amanda Ryan
Sir Andrew McNeil: Malcolm Sinclair
Michael: Chitham Pauljesson
Mark McCaffrey: Adam James
Nina Morgan: Sylvestra Le Touzel
Stanley: Joe McAweaney
Tanzy: Sarah Briqqs

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