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The last of a drama series in ten parts about the RAF of today. starringwith
Cyclone,by N. J. CRISP
Carrying the survivors of a cyclone, the crippled Hercules of 373 Squadron is refused permission to land by an unfriendly government and is confronted by hostile fighter planes.
Music composed and conducted by ANTHONY ISAAC
Make-up artist DAWN ALCOCK
Costume designer DENNIS BRACK Designer BRucE MACADIE Producer JOE WATERS
Theme music on a single (RESL 120) from retailers


Unknown: N. J. Crisp
Conducted By: Anthony Isaac
Designer: Dennis Brack
Designer: Bruce MacAdie
Gp Capt James Christie: Michael Culver
Wg Cdr Peter Tyson: Malcolm Stoddard
Sqn Ldr Dave Gregson: Derek Anders
Gp Capt Harry Hall: Richard Simpson
Sqn Ldr Clive Adams: Carl Rigg
Flight Lieutenant Susan Young: Catriona MacColl
President Gadin: Olu Jacobs
General Kaan: Nadim Sawalha
Jacqueline Welch: Sally Knyvette
Bradbury: Patrick Jordan
Flight Lieutenant Keith Lucas: Stephen Kemble
Flight Sergeant Roger Kerr: Roger Walker
Flight Lieutenant Bob Mills: Peter Richards
Flight- Sergeant John Allen: Kevin White
Mandale Minister: Mark Heath
Air Traffic Controller: Albert Moses

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