Bergerac

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Bergerac is a British television series set in Jersey, which ran from 18 October 1981 to 26 December 1991. Produced by the BBC in association with the Seven Network, and first screened on BBC1, it starred John Nettles as the title character Jim Bergerac,... read more

Bergerac is a British television series set in Jersey, which ran from 18 October 1981 to 26 December 1991. Produced by the BBC in association with the Seven Network, and first screened on BBC1, it starred John Nettles as the title character Jim Bergerac, who initially is a detective sergeant in Le Bureau des Étrangers, within the States of Jersey Police, but later left the force and became a private investigator.

Original Release

10/18/1981 on BBC

Cast

John Nettles Det. Sgt. Jim Bergerac / Jim Bergerac
Terence Alexander Hungerford
Sean Arnold Crozier
Mela White Diamante Lil
David Kershaw Ben Lomas
Louise Jameson Susan Young
John Telfer Willy Pettit
Nancy Mansfield Peggy Masters
Deborah Grant Deborah
Annette Badland Charlotte
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Something to Hide Saturday, 05 January 1991
2 The Dark Horse Saturday, 12 January 1991
3 Snow in Provence Saturday, 19 January 1991
4 The Evil That Men Do Saturday, 26 January 1991
5 My Friend Charlie Saturday, 02 February 1991
6 On the Rocks Saturday, 09 February 1991
7 The Waiting Game Saturday, 16 February 1991
8 Warriors Saturday, 23 February 1991
9 The Assassin Saturday, 02 March 1991
10 The Lohans Saturday, 09 March 1991
11 All for Love Thursday, 26 December 1991
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Directors

Robert Tronson, Tristan de Vere Cole, Michael Rolfe, Robert Young, Geoffrey Sax, David Reynolds, Laurence Moody, Ben Bolt, Ian Toynton, Martyn Friend, Martin Campbell, Richard Standeven, Terry Green, Edward Bennett, Henry Herbert, Richard Bramall, Peter Ellis, Tony Dow, Graeme Harper, Ken Grieve, Colm Villa, Jeremy Ancock, Les Chatfield, Brian Farnham, Oliver Horsbrugh, Christopher King, Matthew Robinson, Michael Brayshaw, Gerry Mill, Alex Kirby, Paul Ciappessoni, Charlie Nairn, Tom Clegg, Mike Barnes, Roger Tucker, Michael Custance, Gordon Flemyng, Alan Dossor, Peter K. Smith, Don Leaver, Tim Fywell, Nigel Finch, Terry Marcel, Alan Grint, Baz Taylor, Stuart Urban, Richard Spence, Colin Bucksey, David Carson

Writers

Rod Beacham, Robert Banks Stewart, Brian Finch, John Fletcher, John Milne, Nick McCarty, John Collee, Dennis Spooner, Edwin Pearce, Paul Wheeler, Robert Holmes, Edmund Ward, Alistair Bell, Peter Miller, Bill Craig, Cyril Williams, Bob Baker, David Crane, Chris Boucher, Roger Davenport, Tony Hoare, Desmond Lowden, Christopher Russell, Philip Broadley, Peter Palliser, John Brown, Leslie Darbon, Andrew Caine, Tessa Coleman, Tony MacNabb, Gerry O'Hara, Graham Hurley, John Kershaw, Ian Kennedy Martin, Jeremy Burnham, Terence Feely, Terry James, Brian Clemens

Creators

Robert Banks Stewart

Cast

John Nettles Det. Sgt. Jim Bergerac / Jim Bergerac
Terence Alexander Hungerford
Sean Arnold Crozier
Mela White Diamante Lil
David Kershaw Ben Lomas
Louise Jameson Susan Young
John Telfer Willy Pettit
Nancy Mansfield Peggy Masters
Deborah Grant Deborah
Annette Badland Charlotte
Geoffrey Leesley Det. Con. Wilson
Lindsay Heath Kim Bergerac
Jolyon Baker DC Barry Goddard
Cécile Paoli Francine
Tony Melody Chief
Thérèse Liotard Danielle
Celia Imrie Marianne
Charmaine Parsons Ellie
Liza Goddard Philippa Vale
Roger Sloman Inspector Deffand

Producers

Editors

Bernard Ashby, Paul Garrick, Jerry Leon, Graham Walker, Frances Mclean, Frances Parker, Jackie Powell, Ray Wingrove, John Stothart, Masahiro Hirakubo, Tariq Anwar, Jane Rowson, Lois Drinkwater, Ardan Fisher, Martin Sharpe, Chris Wimble, Pam Bosworth, Sue Wyatt, Les Filby, Pat O'Grady, Tony Quinn, John Lee, Chris Swanton

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