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Screen Two: Skallagrigg


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Another chance to see this Bafta award-winning drama, based on the novel by William Horwood, about the quest undertaken by a teenager with cerebral palsy.
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Novel by: William Horwood
Adapted by: Nigel Williams
Producer: John Chapman
Director: Richard Spence
John: Bernard Hill
Esther: Kerry Noble
Raj: Tom Tomaun
Tom: Karl Andrew Purden
Dilke: John McArdle
Young Arthur: Adam Walker
Arthur: Jamie Beddard
Margaret: Billie Whitelaw
Frank: Nick Brimble
George: Richard Briers
Linnie: Tracy Gillman
Rendell: Ian Dury
Hopkins: Kevin Whately
Susan: Linda Bassett
Alan: Nabil Shaban
Martin: David Kent
Peter: Kim Jessop

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Screen Two: Skallagrigg

BBC Two England, 7 May 1995 21.15

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