Split Ends (UK TV series)
Split Ends is a British
United Kingdom
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandIn the United Kingdom and Dependencies, other languages have been officially recognised as legitimate autochthonous languages under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages...

 Sitcom which ran for one series on ITV
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 in 1989. It was written by Len Richmond and directed by Alan J. W. Bell
Alan J. W. Bell
Alan J. W. Bell is a British television producer and director. He has produced and/or directed many BBC series since the early 1970s, most notably Last of the Summer Wine, Ripping Yarns and the TV adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy...


Cath (played by Anita Dobson
Anita Dobson
Anita Dobson is an English television actress and singer. She gained her highest profile while playing Angie Watts in the BBC soap opera, EastEnders...

) is a beautiful woman in her thirties, who runs a hairdresser's shop. Each episode sees Cath trying to decide if she wants to be with Clint (Harry Ditson) or David (Peter Blake
Peter Blake
Peter Blake may refer to:*Peter Blake , British pop artist*Peter Blake , New Zealand yachtsman*Peter Blake Scottish-born actor...

). The series also featured Barbara New
Barbara New
Barbara New was an English character actress, well known for playing Mabel the scullery maid in the David Croft sitcom You Rang M'Lord?. Following this role, she appeared as Vera Plumtree in Oh, Doctor Beeching!...

 and Nimmy March
Nimmy March
Lady Naomi Burke , known as Nimmy March, is a British actress.Her biological parents were a black South African father and white English mother. She was brought up and adopted by Earl and Countess of March and Kinrara, now the Duke and Duchess of Richmond...

in supporting roles.
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