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In 1961 there was a spin off series called 'Call Oxbridge 2000' and followed Dr Rennie in a private practice. Kathleen Byron who appeared in the series went on to play Principal Nursing Officer Ruth Milner in General Hospital. Jane Rossington who played one of the nurses went on to star in Crossroads as Jill Harvey as well as appearing in Brookside.
Kate O'Mara who was a nurse also appeared in Family Affairs, Crossroads, Howards' Way, Triangle and Weaver's Green.
Usually, I learn of actresses who abandoned their careers to get married and raise a family (Grace Kelly, Mandy Miller), but it looks like Jocelyn gave up because of the shock of losing her husband so early. I think I can provide more information on Jocelyn, cornershop, because it seems she did continue acting for a while after Timothy's death. The IMDb again has two entries therefore for the same person and they might be persuaded to amalgamate them!
George Sewell has ordered a bottle of champagne, which Jocelyn wheels to Peter Barkworth, seen making space (sorry about the blurred hands).
Her look towards George gives him the go-ahead to sit with Peter, and screen wife Rachel Herbert. It's Good News that her episodes of Doctor Who survive, but I wish those viewers who recorded episodes on audio tape had done the same for herITV Play of the Week, Nelson: A Study in Miniature. Jocelyn Birdsall's only other credit is an existing episode of mostly-lost BBC series Thirteen Against Fate, based on a novel by Georges Simenon, creator of Maigret. Gillian Wray appeared in 'Gazette', 'Hadleigh', 'Z Cars' and 'The Public Eye', amongst several others but very little info at imdb, not even DOB just a list of credits.
A lot of the those I've featured here have had good parts in old TV shows and are rarely seen again. Before I get to work on researching - and screencapping - all of them, a reminder of former subject Stephanie Bidmead, who, more than a year after my main post, is still best known to me for her guest appearances in Adam Adamant Lives! Not among Stephanie's IMDb credits, curiously, but at least it exists, with just one (of six) episodes only available as a VHS recording. This is a good episode for other unmentioned actors and actresses, as in the cast are Michael Elwyn, Anthony Newlands, John Lee and Walter Horsbrugh. Hi everyone, I don't think Dorothy Alison's been mentioned much before on our forum, but my question is is there a british actress who has very similar looks to Dorothy Alison? More than likely cornershop, the parents wouldn't allow her to have a blood transfusion to save her life, it could be Dorothy playing the mother but something is telling me there's another actress who looks remarkably similar, played 'sensible shoes' types in the 1950's. How nice to know more about Stephanie Bidmead, even if it's only the sad circumstances of her ill health. Yesterday, I found something called Poseidon's Underworld, which has lengthy appreciations of (mainly) American actors and films.
Also missing are her episodes of The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling (also starring 'Unmentioned' star Jemma Hyde), Victoria Regina, Six Shades of Black and the Theatre 625 play The Queen and the Welshman.
No idea what Ann Ogden and Fiona Hartford have been up to since The Sixties (unfortunately) ended but I hope they are still alive and well. Two of my early subjects have been very much in my thoughts lately: Felicity Gibson, who I saw earlier this week in the film One Brief Summer, and Richard Leech.


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October: October is the tenth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of seven months with a length of 31 days. It followed both the professional and personal lives of staff and patients at Oxbridge General Hospital. If you have any images or details about this programme that your happy to share with us, we'd love to hear from you. I'd like to be proved wrong and find out she continued on the stage, or found an alternative career anyway. As a fellow-screencapper, you won't be surprised to learn that I found a few other images along-the-way, including one for 'Record Sleeves in Shows'.
I have just submitted this information and her marriage details to update the Jocelyn Britton profile, but don't know what to do for her Birdsall page, which is where I got the Date of Death from.
That still leaves a massive gap from 1966 to 1993 but, along with wearysloth, we have made major progress in learning about Jocelyn's life and career. For a long time, I thought that Man in a Suitcase role was all I'd ever know Gordon for but he has since appeared in The Pallisers (twice) and as a villain in Gideon's Way on DVD.
He went on to create a thread for Gillian Wray but so far all I've been able to do is add a couple of publicity stills.
I don't think there's more I can do for Felicity and Jocelyn (hope to be proved wrong) and doubtless it will be the same for another Emergency Ward 10 guest I've been introduced to recently, Maureen Beck.
I think my next few posts will feature some forgotten and obscure actresses who've co-starred with the likes of Roger Moore and Patrick McGoohan. I'll settle for that, bearing in mind what Caliban has told me about the rest of her archive status.
Nevertheless, I will still prepare a 'Good News, Bad News' post as a tribute and, as usual, keep my spirits up by believing that it's only in this life that I'll miss out.
If I have at least six screen appearances, plus any articles, that's enough for me to consider doing the same for others from the 1960s and '70s (my era). I already knew about Cradle Song, co-starring Suzan Farmer and Rosalie Crutchley, and am further saddened by the loss of The Wednesday Caller (presumably Derek Nimmo) by Lynne Reid Banks, author of The L-Shaped Room.
This was about the relationship between Queen Catherine, Henry V's widow (Dorothy Tutin), and Sir Owen Tudor (Derek Godfrey). Richard appears quite often on DVD and 'currently' has a recurring role in The Gold Robbers, which I've enjoyed watching the last few weeks.


As well as several episodes of Crossroads and Doctor Who, she was a guest in The Sweeney (1975). The 42-year-old man, whose identity has not been revealed, was taken to Van Yuzuncu Y?l University Hospital on Friday with symptoms of coughing and high fever. In countries adopting Monday-first conventions as recommended by the international standard ISO 8601, it is the fifth day of the week. I don't think dubbing new actors' voices would help (assuming the script still exists) as it might look ridiculous, but what about inserting caption cards, like they did for Silent films? My normal viewing of her episodes has come to end, for the time being, but when I get round to screencapping her scenes I hope to provide you with one or two nice pictures of her. There was yet another new face in the episode of Danger Man I watched last night, Poulet Tu.
I haven't had contact with him for a long while but he gave me the distressing news that Stephanie was struck down by Motor-Neurone Disease and this was the cause of her death, not cancer as I presumed. As mentioned many times, especially here, my writing has gone downhill in the last couple of years, largely due to my parents' deaths. But I am still finding more and more forgotten and obscure actors who had good parts yet very few credits - ideal for this thread. It's still regularly viewed by guests, however, so there must be some interest in these forgotten actors. I wasn't aware of his neglected obituary thread until recently and hope to revive it later with a couple of stills from the series.
Sorry to admit I can't remember her at all, even her name, but will make an effort to scan the DVD and hopefully be reminded of her scene(s). It is the sixth day in countries that adopt a Sunday-first convention, as in the Abrahamic tradition. It wasn't a very good post so I will try and improve it by searching for any articles I might have and a more in-depth exploration of her filmography at the Internet Movie Database.
I'm okay with the research and screencapping, however, so it's still possible for me to create posts and hopefully keep the thread interesting. Some of my tributes to 'Unmentioned' actors here - and those lucky enough to have threads - have been found via Google searches.
A month later, her last appearance, in an episode of Richard the Lionheart, was broadcast - obviously filmed before her husband's ridiculously premature death. This is really better suited to a blog, where it's easier to find earlier posts and you can do your own moderating. Visitors have joined the Forum after seeing posts on Stephanie Bidmead, Katherine Schofield and, just yesterday, Christina Gregg. This and Thor Bridge, her episode of Sherlock Holmes, with Peter Cushing as the Victorian detective, are sadly lost.



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