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Cold Enough for Snow


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Jack Rosenthal's bittersweet sequel to last year's Eskimo Day, about parents' sense of loss as their children grow up.
The Whittles from Blackburn and the Lloyds from Cheltenham are on tenterhooks about A-level results. But when Neil Whittle and Pippa Lloyd go off to university, each of the parents faces their own personal crisis. See today's choices.
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Writer: Jack Rosenthal
Producer: Ann Scott
Director: Piers Haggard
Shani: Maureen Lipman
Bevis: David Ross
Hugh: Tom Wilkinson
Harriet: Anna Carteret
Pippa: Laura Howard
Neil: Benedict Sandiford
Gordon Callow: Nicholas Le Prevost
Samantha Bodley: Cheryl Ferguson
Pete: Alan Igbon
Terry: Richard Lloyd
Mr Pickles: Eamon Boland
Lecturer: Christopher Godwin
Postman: Roger Delves-Broughton
Heather: Jane Wood
Secretary: Pamela Miles
Carmella: Sonya Leite
Betty: Jacqueline Morgan
Tony Gregg: Tam Williams
Homesick girl: Beth Winslet
Gypsy: Jean Stevens
Shuttleworth: Chris Hoyle
Woman customer: Hilda Braid
Male customer: Mike Savage
Academic: John Walters

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