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Bull Week: 1: Monday


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by Ron Hutchinson
A story of a Midlands factory in six parts
with Mark McManus and Philip Martin Brown
'No trouble with the Unions in Bull Week. Bull Week's the week they pretend they're West Germans.' But an incident at the factory gate threatens industrial strife - with the Kowal family in the front line.
Music composed by GLENN SWANBOROUGH
Script editor MICHAEL ROLFE Designer IAN ASHURST
BBC Birmingham


Unknown: Ron Hutchinson
Unknown: Mark McManus
Unknown: Philip Martin Brown
Composed By: Glenn Swanborough
Editor: Michael Rolfe
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Produced By: Michael Wearinc
Directed By: Philip Dudley
Johnny Kowal: Mark McManus
Donna Kowal: Stephanie Fayerman
Eddie Kowal PHILIP: Martin Brown
Mr Kowal: Czeslaw Grocholski
Hilditch: Norman Jones
Fat Freddy Armadale: Dave Atkins
Sanders: Forbes Collins
Greer: James Duggan
Alick: Phil McCall
Ferguson: David Leland
Secretary: Jane Galloway
CID man: Graham Weston
Police constable: Kenneth Hadley

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Bull Week: 1: Monday

BBC One London, 1 May 1980 21.25

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