Bodyguards (TV series)
|Created by||Jeffrey Caine|
|Composer(s)||Colin Towns (pilot)
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||7 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Zenith Entertainment
|Picture format||4:3 (1996)
|Original release||10 April 1996– 5 June 1997|
The lead cast members were Sean Pertwee as Ian Worrell and Louise Lombard as Liz Shaw. Sean Pertwee's Father, Jon Pertwee, also starred next to a character called Liz Shaw in one of the television shows he is best known for - Dr. Elizabeth Shaw (played by Caroline John) was his first companion when he played the Third Doctor in Doctor Who.
A pilot episode, featuring Josette Simon as a visiting dignitary, was broadcast in 1996. One series of six episodes followed, in 1997.
- Pilot (10 April 1996)
- A Choice of Evils (1 May 1997)
- Out of the Mouths of Babes (8 May 1997)
- Know Thine Enemy (15 May 1997)
- Target (22 May 1997)
- Stand Off (29 May 1997)
- The Killing Ground (5 June 1997)
BodyGuards was one of the drama series screened by GBC TV as part of its relaunch in 1999. The series aired Mondays at 2130hrs and had a repeat run later on in the year.
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