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Squadron

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A drama series in ten' parts about, the RAF of today , starring
7: One of Our Harriers is Missing by KENNETH CLARKE
A Harrier fails to relurjr after a routine exercise an a shooting range. Why is Beck from Special Branch brought insto interrogate the wife of the missing pilot ?
Music composed and conducted by ANTHONY ISAAC Studio sound TREVOR WEBSTERStudio lighting PETER WINN
Designer BRUCE MACADIE Producer JOE WATERS
Director CHRISTOPHER BAKER

Contributors

Gp Capt James Christie: Michael Culver
Wg Cdr Peter Tyson: Malcolm Stoddard
with Wg Cdr Beclfv: Glyn Owen
Gail Kilmartin: Susannah Fellows
Gp Cpt Hall: Richard Simpson
Sqn Ldr Fairchild: Alan Hunter
Sqn Ldr Clive Adams: Carl Rigg
Sqn Ldr Grant: Gwyneth Powell
Fit Lt Susan Youife 1: Gatriona MacColl
Air Marshal Sir Thomas Bassett: Jack Allen
Sally Briley: Diana Weston
Fit Lt Ian Kilmartir: David English
Controller Range: Mick Stringer
OC Range ! ;: Cyril Conway
Flying OFFICER: Philip Barnes
Lorry driver: Tom Winward

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