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A northern community, and a close-knit family, are torn apart in William Ivory 's drama recalling the bitter 1984-5 miners' strike. Strong language. Continues at 10.35pm.
Producers Alison Jackson , Antonia Bird ; Director David Thacker Videoplus code for 9.00-11.20pm (non-PDC) William Ivory on the genesis of Faith: page 39


Unknown: William Ivory
Producers: Alison Jackson
Producers: Antonia Bird
Director: David Thacker
Unknown: William Ivory
Michelle: Christine Tremarco
Gary: Jamie Draven
Paul: Adrian Bower
Linda: Maxine Peake
Martin: Jason Flemyng
Gordon: Clive Russell
Nigel: Neil Stuke
Doreen: Barbara Marten
Bev: Kelli Hollis
Charlie: David MacCreedy
Colin: Danny Cunningham
Addy: Mark Whiteley
Nico: Dimitri Andreas
Mam: Christine Cox
Claire: Charlotte Radcliffe
Sgt Green: David Prosho
Rob: Darren MacHin
Davey: Dean Andrews
Paula: Jane Hazlegrove
Richard Shaw MP: Michael J Jackson
Superintendent: Chris Brallsford
Mickey: Glynn Courtney

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