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Screen Two: Contact

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by A. F. N. CLARKE
To the army it's known as 'bandit country'-that part of Northern Ireland close to the southern border.
Patrolling here is always tense, tiring, unpredictable and usually very dangerous. Contact - the army term for an armed exchange with terrorists - can take place at any time.
Writer A. F. N. Clarke was a Captain patrolling this area, and this is his story.
Film editor DICK ALLEN
Sound STAN NIGHTINGALE
Photography PHILIP BONHAM CARTER Produced by TERRY COLES Directed by ALAN CLARKE
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: A. F. N. Clarke
Unknown: A. F. N. Clarke
Editor: Dick Allen
Unknown: Stan Nightingale
Unknown: Philip Bonham Carter
Produced By: Terry Coles
Directed By: Alan Clarke
Platoon commander: Sean Chapman
Corporal: John Blundell
Lance Corporal: Ozzie Stevens
MEN: Jem Ahmet
MEN: Jason Cunliffe
MEN: Steve Fletcher
MEN: Graham Fletcher Cook
MEN: Gary Hailes
MEN: Chris Lee
MEN: Dennis Savage
MEN: Sam Smart
MEN: Steve Sweeney
Farmer: James Mathews






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