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Changing Places 

Police Constable Nick Rowan moves from London to Aidensfield, North Riding, Yorkshire to be the new village bobby with his wife Kate, who was born and grew up in the area and hopes for a ... See full summary »

Director:

Roger Cheveley

Writer:

Johnny Byrne

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Berry Nick Berry ... PC Nick Rowan
Niamh Cusack ... Dr. Kate Rowan
Derek Fowlds ... Sergeant Oscar Blaketon
Frank Middlemass ... Dr. Alex Ferrenby
Bill Maynard ... Claude Jeremiah Greengrass
William Simons ... PC Alf Ventress
Mark Jordon ... PC Phil Bellamy
Stuart Golland Stuart Golland ... George Ward
Rosemary McHale Rosemary McHale ... Georgina Fraser
Jack Deam ... Alan Maskell
Eileen O'Brien Eileen O'Brien ... Mrs. Maskell
Suzanne Hitchmough Suzanne Hitchmough ... Sandra Murray
Del Henney Del Henney ... Harold Jackson
Andy Abrahams Andy Abrahams ... Magistrate (as Andrew Abrahams)
Malcolm Hebden ... Clerk of Court
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Storyline

Police Constable Nick Rowan moves from London to Aidensfield, North Riding, Yorkshire to be the new village bobby with his wife Kate, who was born and grew up in the area and hopes for a position with the local GP Dr. Ferrenby. Rowan soon starts to make himself known among the locals and gets his first case. A woman thinks she is being stalked and wants him to look into it. Furthermore there is trouble brewing between local boys on motorbikes and outside hooligans for him to deal with, and his new section sergeant, the old-fashioned Oscar Blaketon from the nearby Ashfordly police station whose lifelong ambition it is to see the local rascal Claude Jeremiah Greengrass behind bars, is giving him a hard time too. Written by Carsten Pedersen

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Genres:

Drama | Comedy | Crime

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 April 1992 (UK) See more »

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Color:

Color
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Connections

References Hancock's Half Hour (1956) See more »

Soundtracks

Hippy Hippy Shake
(uncredited)
Performed by The Swinging Blue Jeans
Composed by Chan Romero
(also performed by The Telstars at the village dance)
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