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Cold Enough For Snow (BBC Drama, Maureen Lipman)



Comedy drama Cold Enough For Snow was a sequel to Eskimo Day, also written by Jack Rosenthal. Here a group of parents have to cope with their children leaving for university.

Cast: Maureen Lipman (Shani), David Ross (Bevis), Tom Wilkinson (Hugh), Anna Carteret (Harriet), Laura Howard (Pippa), Benedict Sandiford (Neil), Nicholas Le Prevost (Gordon Callow), Alan Igbon (Pete), Richard Lloyd (Terry), Eamon Boland (Mr Pickles), Christopher Godwin (Lecturer), Roger Delves-Broughton (Postman), Jane Wood (Heather), Pamela Miles (Secretary), Sonya Leite (Carmella), Jacqueline Morgan (Betty), Tam Williams (Tony Gregg), Beth Winslet (Homesick Girl), Jean Stevens (Gypsy), Chris Hoyle (Shuttleworth), Hilda Braid (Woman Customer), Mike Savage (Male Customer), John Walters (Academic), Katherine Arnold (Receptionist), Barbara Keogh (Customer), Hara Yamas (Holly Roberts), Natalie Hassel (Miss Brewer), Alexandra Cross (Salesgirl), Gordon Langford-Rowe (Car Owner), Carl McGinnis (Boy), Adam Musson (Boy), Stefan Podolchuk (Boy), Kiran Dadlani (College Receptionist)

Writer: Jack Rosenthal / Script Editor: Roger Hyams / Music: Dominic Muldowney / Production Design: Jon Henson / Executive producer: Tessa Ross / Producer: Ann Scott / Director: Piers Haggard

UK / BBC One / 1×90 minute episode / Broadcast 31 Dec 1997