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Smith and Jones In Small Doses

The first of four films. The Whole Hog by Graeme Garden. Starringand
Giles runs a small company making dolls. He's preparing for an important presentation to a US competitor when Maurice arrives and confronts him with his ex-wife Monica. Giles's life - and dolls - will never be the same again.
Photography FRANK GELL Designer DAVID BILL Producers
PETER FINCHAM. TREVOR EVANS Directed by MIKE NEWELL
A TALKBACK production for BBCtv
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

The second of four films. The Boat People by Griff Rhys Jones.
Derek invites Colin for a weekend on his yacht. To
Derek this is freedom but to Colin it's a confined space with no proper heating. To make matters worse, it's bucketing down with rain. Photography VERNON LAYTON Designer DAVID BILL Producers
PETER FINCHAM and TREVOR EVANS Directed by KEVIN BILLINGTON
A Talkback production for BBCtv
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones In Small Doses

Second Thoughts by and Anthony Minghella.
Boz, who comes second in everything in life, is determined to be the first person to throw himself off a newly constructed bridge. Sam is intent on doing the same thing....
Photography ADRIAN BIDDLE Designer JOHN BEARD Music ORLANDO GOUGH and JOHN LUNN Producers
PETER FINCHAM and TREVOR EVANS Directed by PAUL WEILAND
A Talkback production for BBCtv
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

The Waiting Room by John Mortimer. Starring
Despite their dog collars, the Reverends Pennycuick and Bottomley are poles apart. While sharing the same waiting-room they find themselves disagreeing about more than just their style of religious service...
Producers
PETER FINCHAM and TREVOR EVANS Directed by BRIAN GILBERT
A Talkback production for BBCtv
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

The Boat People. Derek invites
Colin to spend a weekend on his yacht. To Derek this is freedom, but to Colin it's a confined space with no proper heating.
To make matters worse, it's bucketing down with rain.
Written by Griff Rhys Jones.
Director Kevin Billington
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

The Whole Hog. What do you say when you suddenly meet your ex-wife after ten years - and she is a he, and chairman of your company? Written by Graeme Garden.
Director Mike Newell Producer Trevor Evans
A Talkback production for BBCtv (R)
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BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

The Waiting Room. Reverends
Pennycuick and Bottomley disagree about more than just their style of religious service.
Written by John Mortimer.
Producers Trevor Evans and Peter Fincham A Talkback production for BBCtv (R) * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Two England

Smith and Jones in Small Doses

Second Thoughts. Boz, who comes second in everything in life, is determined to be the first person to throw himself off a new bridge. Written by Anthony Minghella.
Director Paul Weiland
Producers Trevor Evans and Peter Fincham A Talkback production for BBCtv (R)
(A new senes of 'Smith and Jones' begins next Thursday)
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