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Screen Two: Ice Dance


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by Stephen Lowe
Nottingham - home of the ice dance and legendary champions past. Lesley and Mark are two dedicated young skaters with dreams of glory. They make a perfect picture of 'love on shining white ice' but the reality is soon dictating a dance of a very different kind.
BBC Pebble Mill
Feature: page 11
Films: page 21
(Ceefax subtitles)


Writer: Stephen Lowe
Original Music: John Altman
Script Editor: Estelle Daniel
Designer: John Plush
Film Editor: Dawn Mears
Photography: Steve Saunderson
Producer: Michael Wearing
Director: Alan Dossor
Alan Sefton: Warren Clarke
Lynne Sefton: Joanne Allen
Mark Sefton: Andrew Fletcher
Lesley Dale: Amanda Worthington
Gran Sefton: Helena McCarthy
Tracey Dale: Frannie Parkes
Andy: David Plimmer
Colin Hume: John Christie
Sarah Hume: Sally Anne Meese
Hawkins: Brian Smith
Det Sgt Hagerty: Lewis George
Wilkins: Harry Toseland
Cathy: Lucia Larotonda
Angie: Annette Farrant
Maureen: Tammi Jacobs
Helen: Sheila Young
Cindy: Samantha Beckinsale
Kiosk man: Roy Harris
Lad in disco: William Ivory
College tutor: James Warrior
Shoe-shop manageress: Gabrielle O'Brien
Taxi driver: Mohammed Kafait
Young boy: Tom Hescott
Ice-rink organist: Eric Shaw
Pub singer: Dennis Moss

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