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Bergerac: Picking it Up

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by Robert Banks Stewart
The first of ten programmes starring John Nettles
with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring Deborah Grant, Sean Arnold and Tony Melody
Offshore detective Jim Bergerac is in for a few nasty surprises on his return to Jersey. But when he's ordered to put his feet up he's the kind of man who runs even faster....
Bergerac theme composed by GEORGE FENTON
Associate producer JULIET GRIMM
Designer ANTONY THORPE
Photography IAN HILTON
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Directed by MARTYN FRIEND

Contributors

Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Robert Banks Stewart
Unknown: Cecile Paoli
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Deborah Grant
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Jim Bergerac
Composed By: George Fenton
Producer: Juliet Grimm
Designer: Antony Thorpe
Produced By: Robert Banks
Directed By: Martyn Friend
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Francine: Cecile Paoli
Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Diamante Lil: Mela White
Charlotte: Annette Badland
Gulliver: Danny Schiller
Chief: Tony Melody
Gurney: David Savile
Juniper: Floella Benjamin
Deborah: Deborah Grant
Kim: Lindsay Heath
Mr Pollender: Alan Thompson
Mrs Pollender: Elizabeth Choice
Senator: Raymond Adamson
Chairman: Lindsay Campbell
Alcoholic: James Greene
Constable: Michael Bott
Sergeant: Graeme Eton
Air stewardess: Sally Harrison
Medical clerk: Joyce Irvine
Theatre sister: Carole Walker
Nurse: Sandra Miller
French inspector: Michael Chesden
Businessman: Frank Tregear
Asian: Harold Messias
Mary: Judith Byfield
Flying instructor: Roland Oliver
CID man: Stephen Bent
Hire-car receptionist: Lesley Murray
Vicar: Brian Tully

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Bergerac: Picking it Up

BBC One London, 18 October 1981 20.15






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