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Monday, Bloody Monday
Staff shortages put Charlie under pressure and Josh argues with Liz. See today's choices.
Written by Barbara Machin : Producer Rosalind Anderson Director Graeme Harper


Written By: Barbara MacHin
Producer: Rosalind Anderson
Director: Graeme Harper
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Barbara Hayes: Julia Watson
Kate Wilson: Sorcha Cusack
Jude Kocarnik: Lisa Coleman
Josh Griffiths: Ian Bleasdale
Liz Harker: Sue Devaney
Richard McCaig: Gray O'Brien
Gloria Hammond: Ganiat Kasumu
Sam Colloby: Jonathan Kerrigan
Jack Hathaway: Peter Birch
David Sinclair: Vas Blackwood
Jayne Bazeley: Lucy Cohu
Monica: Soo Drouet
Justine Leonard: Sara Powell
Ken Summers: Nigel Cooke
Carol Fisher: Eve Bland
Helen Banks: Joanna Mays
Clifford Rankin: Mark Frost
Ruby Collins: Virginia Fiol
Edith: Brenda Cowling
Marjorie: Deddie Davies
Alice Cornwell: Sandy Hendrickse
Divisional Commander Baxter: James Curran
Sister Roberts: Judi Laister
Mrs Nuttall: Pamela Hardman
Mrs Raymond: Melissa Simmonds
PC Dinger Bell: Peter Geddis
Kevin Brand: Darren Ruston
Elderly lady: Stella Riley
Billy Leonard: Michael Pacheco
PC Diprose: Robin Hellier

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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