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featuring Kathryn Apanowicz, Angela Bruce, Shirley Cheriton, Carol Holmes, Shelley King, Kate Lock, Joanna Monro, Sharon Rosita
The start of a new twice-weekly serial at St Angela's Hospital, Battersea... some familiar faces... several new ones... young people thrown in at the deep end - in conflict with each other and senior staff and sometimes even with patients!
This week's cast:
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Writer: Alan Janes
Theme Music: Alan Parker
Script Editor: Tony Holland
Designer: Lynda Kettle
Producer: Julia Smith
Director: Stephen Butcher
Anna Newcross: Joanna Monro
Jean MacEwen: Carol Holmes
Sarah Lloyd-Smith: Kate Lock
Emily Salter: Rachel Beasley
Michael Salter: Jeremy Steyn
Mrs Salter: Janette Legge
Sister Mahon: Philomena McDonagh
Rose Butchins: Kathryn Apanowicz
Jay Harper: Shelley King
Sandra Ling: Angela Bruce
Katy Betts: Shirley Cheriton
Mr Coral: Barry Lowe
Miss Parr: Maggie Ollerenshaw
Hughie Evans: David Simeon
Mr Merril: Oliver Maguire
Mr Hedge: Larrington Walker
Mrs Hedge: Yvonne Gldden
Fleur Barrett: Sharon Rosita
Joan: Gwen Cherrell

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