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Taking the Flak

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
2/7. Black Gold, Code Red. In Karibu, the BBC team are thrown into a panic when they hear the Americans are on their way, sparking a turf war between David and his arch rival, US news legend Candida Coulter.
Writers Sandra Jones , Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart Directors Adam Miller and Jon Rolph
Producers Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart bbc.co.uk/comedy
Press red after the show for new material and exclusive footage from the Flak location in Africa each night for the next six weeks

Contributors

Unknown: Candida Coulter.
Unknown: Sandra Jones
Unknown: Jon Rolph
Unknown: Tira Shubart
Directors: Adam Miller
Directors: Jon Rolph
Producers: Jon Rolph
Producers: Tira Shubart
David Bradburn: Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason: Doon MacKichan
Harry Chambers: Bruce MacKinnon
Grace: Lydiah Gitachu
Margaret Hollis: Joanna Brookes
Joyful Sifuri: Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Alexander: Harry Lloyd
Chip: Sean Power
Mikombe: Sadat Mourad
Pineapple vendor: James Opere
Bernard: Abel Amunga
Kathy: Catherine Fewtrell
Villager: Alexander Lemunge
Cleaner: Boaz Mugah
Newsreader: Emily Maitlis
Candida Coulter: Ruby Wax

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