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John Levene was in last night's episode of Callan (I Never Wanted the Job).
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Currently watching Lalla Ward in Van der Valk.

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Watching the Adam Adamant Lives! Episode Village of Evil I spotted John Bailey and Stubbsy himself Christopher Coll.
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Patrick Troughton (as a priest again) and William Russell in tonight's episode of Van der Valk (Accidental)
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Just saw Alex Kingston in THE WIDOW. Didn't recognise her - or rather I recognised her, but couldn't think who she was. Either she's changed quite a bit or they can do wonders with make up...
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The Krynoid man wrote: Speaking of vampires here's Sylvester McCoy in Dracula (1979)

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I had no idea Sylvester McCoy was in that version of "Dracula". Thanks "Krynoid Man" I'm going to look out for that film now. :)
Five years on and finally I've managed to get around to seeing this film :lol:. I quite enjoyed it. Thought Sylvester cropped up in it a fair bit considering he wasn't playing a major character or anything like that. Didn't hardly speak in it though, granted.
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Ta;lking Pictures TV just aired episode 1 of freewheelers series 6 ,nice to see wendy padbury on the TV on saturday lunchtime :)
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Has anyone mentioned "Keeping Faith" ? Great couple of series', which prove that Eve Myles can act, and do a fantastic job of it. She's come a long way since Torchwood...
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The Ginger Cat wrote:Currently watching Lalla Ward in Van der Valk.

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I watched her episode of The Protectors the other night and it was okay. Nothing more.
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LizR wrote:Has anyone mentioned "Keeping Faith" ? Great couple of series', which prove that Eve Myles can act, and do a fantastic job of it. She's come a long way since Torchwood...

The first season was excellent, not seen the second season yet.
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Not sure if this counts, but as Blake's 7 was produced by largely the same people as Who it kind of does.

Spotted Micheal Halsey (Tel Varon, Blake's defence lawyer in The Way Back and he popped up in Robert Holmes magnum opus episode Gambit) in a series one episode of Airwolf (Echoes of the Past). He's also a villain in a series 2 episode (HX1) which I'll be watching when I get through series 1.

I'll also throw in British actor David Hemmings, who's the creator of said helicopter and villain in the pilot episode Shadow of the Hawke and a digital ghost in, erm Moffet's Ghost. He also directed an episode or two.
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Tonight's Poirot on ITV 3 featured David Suchet (obviously!) and Mary Tamm.

And whilst watching series 1 of The Young ones today, I spotted Alexie Sayle and Chris Ryan, plus Patrick Newell (twice), Hale and Pace, and Cyril Shaps. I know that Damaris Hayman and Brian Croucher turn up in series 2.
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Cyrrently working my way through the Bill Maynard series The Gaffer. Loved it as a kid but obviously, being 7 the humour was way over my head. Some fantastic one liners.

So far, I've only spotted the sublime Russell Hunter, but will report anyone else if and when they pop up.
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Milton Johns has turned up as a semi regular, in the form of the Bank Manager.

Also spotted Chris Langham, which is unusual in that it's been allowed to be released, given his current unperson status following his conviction for kiddie fiddling.
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Bige watched the first season of Red Dwarf. Spotted Mark Williams and the guy who was General Smythe in The War Games, Noel?

I'll be watching Season 2 in due course and that's it, because nothing after the first two seasons is worth watching.
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Season 2 of Red Dwarf yielded Mark Williams, reprising his role as Olaf Petersen and John Abineri as Rimmer's father.
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Just finished watching Tales That Witness Madness that had Michael Jayston, Mary Tamm and Zohra Sehgal in.
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Currently, I am mostly watching season 3 of Callan. So far, I've seen William Squire, Clifford Rose, Russell Hunter, Micheal Jayston, Harry Towb, Richard Hurndell and Joseph Furst has reprised his role from the pilot play (A Magnum for Schneider) as a nazi war criminal.
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