Howards' Way

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Howards' Way
Created byGerard Glaister
Allan Prior
StarringMaurice Colbourne
Jan Harvey
Glyn Owen
Dulcie Gray
Stephen Yardley
Tony Anholt
Susan Gilmore
Tracey Childs
Edward Highmore
Cindy Shelley
Ivor Danvers
Patricia Shakesby
Ian Botham
Nigel Davenport
Lana Morris
Sian Webber
Kate O'Mara
Jeff Harding
Theme music composerSimon May
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of series6
No. of episodes78 (List of episodes)
Producer(s)Gerard Glaister
Running time50 minutes
Production company(s)BBC Birmingham (Pebble Mill Studios)
Original networkBBC1
Picture format4:3 576i
Audio formatMono
Original release1 September 1985 (1985-09-01) –
25 November 1990 (1990-11-25)
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Howards' Way is a British television drama series that ran from 1 September, 1985 to 25 November, 1990 on BBC1 for six seasons and 78 episodes. It was created by Gerard Glaister and Allan Prior. It is set in Bursledon, Hampshire. It deals with the professional and personal lives of the wealthy yachting family and business community.

The following actors also made guest appearances in the series include Willoughby Gray, John Quarmby, Sally Farmiloe, Oscar Quitak, Anthony Head, Kathleen Byron, Tony Caunter, Richard Wilson, Roberta Taylor, Iain Rattray, Greg Hicks, Renu Setna, John Rolfe, Alison Doody, John Challis, Dean Harris, Michael Denison, Francesca Gonshaw, Paul Jerricho, Victoria Burgoyne, Nicholas Donnelly, James Coombes, Todd Carty, John Moulder-Brown, Vincent Wong, Harry Landis, Peter Penry-Jones, Frank Thornton, Brian Croucher, Tom Cotcher, Bruce Boa, Pamela Salem, Burt Kwouk, James Greene, Peter Copley, Barbara Wilshere, Patrick O'Connell, James Warwick, Annie Lambert, Susie Silvey, Clive Wood, Annabelle Apsion, Clive Owen, Stephen Greif, Mary Jo Randle, Ralph Michael, Andrew Burt, Harry Littlewood, Kelly George, Catherine Schell, Moya Brady, Clare Holman, Werner Herzog, Michael Cochrane and Daniel Craig.

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