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Roland Rat - the Series

Synopsis

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A strange pet arrives for Little Reggie and joins the other bunch of hangers-on in the Ratcave, thus assuring itself of fame and fortune for the rest of its life. But who is this strange pet?
Professor Stanley Unwin and Margaret Thatcher are among the lucky guests in the programme that refreshes the parts other shows cannot reach.
Music in the Ratcave by Ultravox. Also featuring the wonderful Darcey de Farcey
(James Saxon) and the delectable Maureen McConkey (Anna Karen).
Conceived by DAVID CLARIDGE
Written by DAVID CLARIDGE and COLIN BOSTOCK SMITH
JOHN LANGDON , SEAN CARSON and DAVID TOMLINSON
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David Claridge
Written By: David Claridge
Written By: Colin Bostock Smith
Unknown: John Langdon
Unknown: Sean Carson
Unknown: David Tomlinson
Designer: Grenville Horner
Directed By: Marcus Mortimer






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