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British Drama: G.B.H.

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People who added this item 11 Average listal rating (4 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.7
Year: 1991
Broadcaster: Channel 4
Genre: Drama
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Stars: Robert Lindsay, Michael Palin
Episodes: 7
Episode Average: 8.429
BEST EPISODE:
Over and Out (1991)
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People who added this item 4 Average listal rating (2 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
GBH (1991)

G.B.H.

(1991)
7 episodes
Series Score: 59
Episode Average: 8.43
Perfect 10's: 2
EPISODE 1

IT COULDN'T HAPPEN HERE

Originally broadcast: 6 June 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
A newly elected council leader targets his former headmaster, a militant left-wing group present a plan for a 'Day of Action', and the headmaster of a special needs school finds that he doesn't have a picket line to cross.
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TOTAL: 10

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EPISODE 2

ONLY HERE ON A MESSAGE

Originally broadcast: 13 June 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Unofficial pickets continue at the school to force out the "scab", a tragedy sees local support grow for the troubled headmaster, and a dig into Murray's past reveals something of worth to the conspirators.
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TOTAL: 8

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EPISODE 3

SEND A MESSAGE TO MICHAEL

Originally broadcast: 20 June 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Jim Nelson lashes out when his tormentors pay him a visit, Franky throws his brother out of the car before heading off for a holiday, and a letter left for him at his mother's sends Murray into panic mode.
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TOTAL: 8

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EPISODE 4

MESSAGE SENT

Originally broadcast: 27 June 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Jim's devastated when he gets suspended from his job, a visit prompts Mr. Weller to remove a copied records file from his home, and Murray becomes a nervous wreck when his life begins to crumble around him.
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TOTAL: 8

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EPISODE 5

MESSAGE RECEIVED

Originally broadcast: 4 July 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Jim's furious when his planned holiday route hits an unexpected bridge, a search for the missing file proves fruitless, and Murray finds further reason to feel uneasy about an attempt to create unrest on the streets.
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TOTAL: 6

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EPISODE 6

MESSAGE UNDERSTOOD

Originally broadcast: 11 July 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
An attempt to recover the missing file puts an intruder in a tight spot, the police continue to deny any involvement in the racial attacks, and Murray and Nelson are both shocked when they receive packages.
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TOTAL: 9

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EPISODE 7

OVER AND OUT

Originally broadcast: 18 July 1991
Directed by: Robert Young
Written by: Alan Bleasdale
Doubts in Barbara's mind make her question her need for revenge, Jim finds real members outnumbered as he fights to stay in the Labour Party, and information about Eileen Critchley knocks Murray for six.
HOLY GODIVA 5 - ONION JACK 5
TOTAL: 10
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Characters



MICHAEL
MURRAY

Played by Robert Lindsay
(7 episodes)


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JIM
NELSON

Played by Michael Palin
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LAURA
NELSON

Played by Dearbhla Molloy
(7 episodes)


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TEDDY

Played by Alan Igbon
(7 episodes)


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PETER
GRENVILLE

Played by Andrew Schofield
(7 episodes)


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FRANKY
MURRAY

Played by Philip Whitchurch
(7 episodes)


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MRS.
MURRAY

Played by Julie Walters
(7 episodes)


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LOU
BARNES

Played by Tom Georgeson
(7 episodes)


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MERVYN
SLOAN

Played by Paul Daneman
(7 episodes)


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'BUBBLES'
McGUIRE

Played by Peter-Hugo Daly
(7 episodes)


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EILEEN
CRITCHLEY

Played by Jane Danson
(7 episodes)


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BARBARA
DOUGLAS

Played by Lindsay Duncan
(6 episodes)


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MARTIN
NIARCHOS

Played by Michael Angelis
(6 episodes)


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MR. MATTHEW
WELLER

Played by David Ross
(6 episodes)


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PHILIP
MARTIN

Played by Jimmy Mulville
(6 episodes)


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GEOFF
HEAPS

Played by Bill Stewart
(5 episodes)


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RICHARD
GRENVILLE

Played by Gareth Tudor Price
(5 episodes)


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DIANE
NIARCHOS

Played by Julia St John
(4 episodes)


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TERRY

Played by Paul Butterworth
(4 episodes)


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GROSVENOR

Played by Daniel Massey
(3 episodes)


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HER FACE IS NEVER SEEN

MAUREEN MURRAY

Played by Noreen Kershaw
(3 episodes)


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ALAN BLEASDALE

COLLECTION

A day of strike action leaves an ambitious Labour council leader facing a battle against the demons of his past, a mild-mannered headmaster of a special needs school, and the desires of the far-left.

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