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Tenant Of Wildfell Hall, The (BBC-1 1996, Tara Fitzgerald, Toby Stephens)

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Period drama serial The Tenant of Wildfell Hall saw Helen Graham seek refuge in remote Wildfell Hall after running away from her brutish husband. Helen then falls in love with a local landowner.

This was based on the novel by Anne Bronte and was previously produced by the BBC in 1968 with Janet Munro in the main role.

production details
UK / BBC One / 3×50 minute episodes / Broadcast 17- 24 November 1996

Writer: David Nokes / Novel: Anne Bronte / Music: Richard Mitchell / Producer: Suzan Harrison / Director: Mike Barker

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Tara Fitzgerald as Helen Graham
Toby Stephens as Gilbert Markham
Rupert Graves as Huntingdon
Pam Ferris as Mrs Markham
Kenneth Cranham as Reverend Millward
Beatie Edney as Annabella
James Purefoy as Mr Lawrence
Paloma Baeza as Rose Markham
Miranda Pleasence as Eliza Millward
Sean Gallagher as Hargrave
Jonathan Cake as Hattersley
Sarah Badel as Rachel
Cathy Murphy as Miss Myers
Jackson Leach as Arthur, aged 5
Joe Absolom as Fergus Markham
Janet Dale as Mrs Wilson
Aran Bell as Richard Wilson
Kate Somersby as Betty
Dominic Rowan as Lowborough
Susannah Wise as Millicent
Kim Durham as Benson
Jeremy Anthony as Mr Boarham

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Ape And Essence (The Wednesday Play BBC-1 1966, Alec McCowen)

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In Scifi drama Ape and Essence, based on the novel by Aldous Huxley, a group of New Zealand scientists conduct a survey on a Britain ravaged by atomic war 80 years previously.

Series: The Wednesday Play Season 2 Episode 29

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Alec McCowen as Alfred Poole
Robert Eddison as Arch Vicar
Derek Sydney as Chief
Jenny Lee as Flossie
Yvonne Antrobus as Young Girl
Sydney Bromley as Craigie
Martin Carroll as Director of Food
Hazel Douglas as Mies Hook
John Falconer as Patriarch
Petra Markham as Loola
Ken Parry as Science Praet
Amanda Reiss as Polly
Jonathan Scott as Int. Priest
Fiona Fraser as Part of Crowd
Ann Mitchell as Shaven-Head
Jacki Salt as Mulatto Girl
Carol Blake as Shaven-Head
Gordon Craig as Part of Crowd
Robert Cude as First Man

crew details
Writer: John Finch
Book: Aldous Huxley
Music: BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Producer: Peter Luke
Director: David Benedictus.

production details
Country: UK
Network and Production Companies: BBC One
Duration: 1×75 minute episode
Aired From: 18 May 1966

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Plane Makers, The (ITV 1963-1965, Patrick Wymark, Barbara Murray)

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Plane Makers Patrick Wymark

Drama series The Plane Makers took us behind the scenes in the boardroom and shop floor of the Scott Furlong Aircraft Factory. After two seasons the lead character John Wilder took a place on the board of a merchant bank and the series was then renamed The Power Game.

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Patrick Wymark as John Wilder
Jack Watling as Don Henderson
Barbara Murray as Pamela Wilder (Seasons 1-2)
Ann Firbank as Pamela Wilder (Season 3)
Reginald Marsh as Arthur Sugden
Alan Dobie as David Corbett

crew details
Creator: Wilfred Greatorex
Producers: Rex Firkin (seasons 1-2), David Reid (season 3)

production details
Country: UK
Network: ITV – ATV
Duration: 57×50 minute episodes
Aired From: 4 February 1963 – 12 January 1965 black and white

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Running Wild (ITV 1987, Ray Brooks, Janet Key)

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Sitcom Running Wild was about the ups and downs of separated couple, Max and Babs, trying to get on with their lives. In season two Max wants to return to his wife but Babs is not so keen.

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Ray Brooks as Max Wild
Janet Key as Babs Wild
Sharon Duce as Wanda
Michelle Collins as Stephanie Wild
Peter Amory as Rob
Berwick Kaler as Tom Coleman (Season 1)
Brigit Forsyth as Jenny (Season 2)

crew details
Writer: Philip Trewinnard
Producers: Marcus Plantin (Season 1), Derrick Goodwin (Season 2)
Directors: Vic Finch (Season 1), Derrick Goodwin (Season 2)

production details
Country: UK
Network and Production Companies: ITV – London Weekend Television
Duration: 13×25 minute episodes
Aired From: 6 March 1987 – 4 June 1989

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