|Created by||Richard O'Keefe|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of series||2|
|Original run||1987 – 1988|
Rockliffe's Babies was a British television drama produced by the BBC which ran for two series between 1987 and 1988. The series was devised by Richard O`Keeffe and produced by Leonard Lewis. Writers included Richard O`Keeffe, Don Webb, Charlie Humphreys and Nick Perry. Directors included Derek Lister, Keith Washington, Clive Fleury and David Attwood.
The programme was a police procedural drama, starring Ian Hogg as Sgt. Alan Rockliffe, assigned to train a team of inexperienced PCs - Steve Hood (Brett Fancy), Gerry O'Dowd (Joe McGann), David Adams (Bill Champion), Janice Hargreaves (Alphonsia Emmanuel), Paul Georgiou (Martyn Ellis), Keith Chitty (John Blakely) and Karen Walsh (Susanna Shelling).
Most of the location filming took place around the Kensal Rise area of West London. The police station interiors were at Canalot Studios, Kensal Road.
A spin-off series, Rockliffe's Folly, followed in 1988.
|DS Alan Rockcliffe||Ian Hogg|
|PC David Adams||Bill Champion|
|PC Keith Chitty||John Blakely|
|PC Steve Hood||Brett Fancy|
|PC Gerry O'Dowd||Joe McGann|
|PC Paul Georgiou||Martyn Ellis|
|WPC Karen Walsh||Susanna Shelling|
|WPC Janice Hargreaves||Alphonsia Emmanuel|
|DI Charlie Flight||Edward Wilson|
|Det Supt Munro||Malcolm Terris|
|Chief Supt Barry Wyatt||Brian Croucher|
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