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Berkeley Square


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Sixth of a ten-part drama following three tum-of-the-century nannies.
Starring Clare Wilkie
Victoria Smurfit , Tabitha Wady When the Bough Breaks. It's
Coronation day but not everyone is smiling. Next week's Berkeley Square can be seen on Saturday. See today's choices.
Episode written by Simon Ashdown Producer Alison Davis ; Director
RichardSigny Subtitled .......... * Tabitha Wady 's TV Dinner: p41


Unknown: Clare Wilkie
Unknown: Victoria Smurfit
Unknown: Tabitha Wady
Written By: Simon Ashdown
Producer: Alison Davis
Unknown: Tabitha Wady
Matty Wickham: Clare Wilkie
Hannah Randall: Victoria Smurfit
Lydia Weston: Tabitha Wady
Ned Jones: Jason O'Mara
Nanny Simmons: Ruth Sheen
Constance Lamson-Scribener: Briony Glassco
George Lamson-Scribener: Rupert Frazer
Hugh Lamson-Scribener: Nicholas Irons
Victoria St John: Hermione Norris
Arnold St John: Sean Murray
Captain Mason: William Scott-Masson
Mrs Bronowksi: Etela Pardo
Great-aunt Effie: Rosalind Knight
Isabel Hutchinson: Sophie Walker
Jack Wickham: Stuart Laing
Bertie Hutchinson: Adam Hayes
Tom St John: Laurence Owen
Harriet St John: Emily Canfor-Dumas
Pringle: Amy Hodge
MrsMcClusky: Kate Williams
Potter: Roland MacLeod
Bowles: Davyd Harries
Fowler: Peter Forbes
Gibbons: Maurice Yeoman
Lord Wilton: Rupert Vansittart
Viscount Talbot: Michael Godley

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