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Screen Two: In the Secret State

on BBC Two England

Starring Frank Finlay

A Government Department with data on us all in its computers is not functioning quite as its ex-Head intended. Frank Strange sets out to clear his own name and finds he is investigating a murder.

Feature: page 82 and Woddis On: page 78

Contributors

Screenplay:
Brian Phelan
From the novel by:
Robert McCrum
Music:
Richard Harvey
Editor:
Dan Rae
Photography:
Nat Crosby
Designer:
Stuart Walker
Producer:
Ann Scott
Director:
Christopher Morahan
Frank Strange:
Frank Finlay
James Quitman:
Matthew Marsh
Michael Hatherley:
Geoffrey Chater
Guy Preger:
Michael Byrne
Johnny Davenport:
Thorley Walters
Barnaby Tucker:
Ronald Fraser
Cooper:
Malcolm Terris
Hoskins:
Ken Campbell
Sir Gerald Dangerfield:
Nicholas Selby
Mayer:
Hilary Minster
Jilly:
Natasha Richardson
Liz:
Emma Relph
Mitchell:
Tony Selby
Minister:
Roger Brierley
Richard Lister:
Pip Donaghy
Lister's wife:
Noreen Kershaw
Ellison:
Peter Sproule
Buff:
Gorden Kaye
Watcher:
Derek Holt
Watcher:
Ray Knight
Watcher:
Michael Redfern
Selser:
Roger Lloyd Pack
[Actor]:
Wyllie Longmore
[Actress]:
Amanda Neylon
[Actor]:
Richard May
[Actor]:
Alan Thompson
[Actor]:
Gurdial Sira
[Actor]:
Christopher Birch
[Actress]:
Shope Shodeinde
[Actor]:
Stephen Churchett
[Actor]:
Ian Bleasdale
[Actor]:
Jack Lonsdale
[Actor]:
Ivor Salter
[Actor]:
Andrew Cuthbert
[Actor]:
Kaleem Janjua
[Actress]:
Brenda Cavendish
[Actor]:
Nick Orchard
[Actor]:
Neville Phillips
[Actor]:
Stewart Harwood
[Actor]:
James Woolley
[Actor]:
Russell Dixon

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