PIPKINS 333 x 15 minute programmes for ATV Network shot on all stages, but mainly A & B, at ATV's Elstree Studios. (Now BBC Elstree)
August 1972 - June 1981 TX January 1973 (Initially as Inigo Pipkin) to January 1982
Writers included - Susan Pleat, Gail Renard, Billy Hamon, Steve James (aka Nigel Plaskitt), Denis Bond, Vicky Ireland, David Cregan, Johnny & Sandy Byrne, Samuel Sevlon and Michael Jeans. Music by Chris Hazell Directors - Michael Jeans (most episodes), Chris Tookey, Glyn Edwards, Pembroke Duttson & Dorothy Denham
DVD Release 'Network DVD' have released five volumes of PIPKINS on DVD. Click here go to myPipkins DVD Pipkins DVD page
Sadly Network has gone into receivership but some editions of the DVDs are still available on Amazon and other retailers.
Hartley, Wayne Laryea & Pig
Inigo Pipkin George Woodbridge Johnny Wayne Laryea (now called Amartie Laryea) Hartley, Tortoise, Narrator, Uncle Hare, Angus McHare, Mooney Nigel Plaskitt Pig, Topov, Octavia Heather Tobias Pig, Octavia, Topov, Pigeon Lorain Bertorelli Pig, Topov, Octavia Elizabeth Lindsay Pig, Sophie The Cat Anne Rutter Pig Alex Knight Mrs P, The Penguin Diana Eden Tom Jonathan Kydd Peter Potter Paddy O'Hagan Bertha Jumoke Debayo Fred Pipkin Royce Mills Charlie, The Dustman Charles McKeown The Old Gentleman Preston Lockwood The Genie Billy Hamon Mrs Muddle Sue Nicholls The Eccentric Detective Nigel Plaskitt The Bag Lady Heather Tobias Granny Janet Dale
Peter Dodson (Sound) and his son, Nigel Plaskitt, Liz Heatherington & Michael Jeans on location.
Lorain Bertorelli and Johnny Ray risk life and limb to shoot a scene with Pigeon