Eight Hours From Paris (BBC-2 1997, Tom Higgins, Julia Ford)

Eight Hours From Paris was a comedy drama that focused on incidents in the lives of the residents of the railway town of Crewe in Cheshire.

production details
UK / BBC-2 / 1×75 minute episode / Broadcast 16 November 1997

Writer, Producer and Director: Phillipa Lowthorpe / Music: Peter Salem / Script Editor: Amanda Coe / Executive Producers: George Faber, Sam Organ

Tom Higgins as Colin
Julia Ford as Janet
Angela Walsh as Sheila
Billy Geraghty as Lenny
Wally Lockett as Wally
Tim Barlow as Harvey
Regina Freedman as Jacqui
Bill Thomas as Ken
Peter Van Dissel as Kurt Schlemmer
Reinhard Michaels as Hans Honiger
Andy Devine as Railwayman
Tony Barton as 2nd Railwayman
Tara Morgan as Denise
Lee Oakes as Dev
Bruce Jones as Inspector
Diane Adderley as Woman Inspector
Genevieve Walsh as Social Worker
Jemma Green as Vicky
Jackie Kington as Nurse
Melanie Sharpe as 2nd Nurse
Glenn Dilley as Vicar
Mark Lloyd as Mark
George Richards as Taxi Driver

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