Bergerac was a television programme that Jim Purcell dismissed in 2011 while channel surfing, saying that it was "thirty years old". (TV: Night Terrors)
Behind the scenes Edit
Bergerac was created by Robert Banks Stewart, and featured Terence Alexander, Louise Jameson, Annette Badland and Celia Imrie in starring roles. Sid Sutton provided the programme's title sequence.
Amongst its guest stars were Ian Marter, Maureen O'Brien, Mary Tamm, Mark Strickson, Richard Hurndall, Peter Craze, James Maxwell, Edwin Richfield, David Savile and Alec Sabin.
Brian Wright served as script editor for eight episodes in 1989.