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01Bingo!1998050419980601Andrew Lincoln (of television's `This Life') stars as Christian in the first of a series of darkly satirical dramas written and directed by Martin Jameson.
1: `Bingo!' It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo game to fund the impoveris / Andrew Lincoln (of television's `This Life') stars as Christian in the first of a series of darkly satirical dramas written and directed by Martin Jameson.
1: `Bingo!' It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo game to fund the impoverished health service.
But with a 55-million-pound jackpot, can the winner be left to chance? With Judith Barker and Lesley Nicol.
02Chicken1998051119980608Louise Lombard stars in the second of a series of darkly satirical dramas.
`Chicken'.
It is fashionable to worry about what is in our food, but Gavin scoffs at his vegetarian girlfriend while he scoffs an endless diet of genetically engineered Lone Star c / Louise Lombard stars in the second of a series of darkly satirical dramas.
It is fashionable to worry about what is in our food, but Gavin scoffs at his vegetarian girlfriend while he scoffs an endless diet of genetically engineered Lone Star chicken.
And now he is starting to change...
With Marc Warren, Jason Done and Russell Dixon.
Director Martin Jameson 
03The Report1998051819980615At British Bolt Conglomerates, the management is about to be hit by the latest terrifying tool in the downsizing war.
It's dangerous, it's ruthless - and it's in your head.
With James Fleet, Helen Atkinson Wood and Brigit Forsyth 
04The Baby Alarm1998052519980622Cathy Tyson stars in another of Martin Jameson's darkly satirical dramas.
A baby-monitor picks up the sound of a baby in distress, but it is not your baby.
Do you try to track it down? Edven when the crying turns into something much more
With Tim Dantay, Ann Rye, Melissa Sinden, and Seamus O'Neill.
Director Martin Jameson 
05Bingo!1998060119980629Andrew Lincoln stars as Christian in another of Martin Jameson's darkly satirical dramas.
It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo game to fund the impoverished health service.
But with a 55-million-pound jackpot, can the winner be left to chance? With Judith Barker and Lesley Nicol.

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