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Will You Tolerate This?

Episode number: 1
Original air date: 7 October 2006
Written by: Dominic Minghella
Directed by: John McKay
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot: An outlaw named Allan A Dale is about to shoot a deer but is caught by some black knights. He is about to lose his finger but is saved by Robin Hood.
Guest starring: William Beck as Roy, Michael Elwyn as Edward, Mark Bagnall as Forrest, Josh Cole as Hanton, Sean Murray as Dan Scarlett, Jonathan Readwin as Luke Scarlett, Josef Altin as Benedict Giddens, John Ramm as Jeffrey, John Carlisle as Thornton, Emily Butterfield as Serving Girl, Adam Smethurst as Fuller, Bethany Turner as Sarah, Mark Phoenix as Jailer, John Wark as Chief Sheriff's Man, Finlay Robertson as 1st Sheriff's Man, Alex Hassell as 2nd Sheriff's Man, Peter Linka as Loughborough, Michael Mehlmann as Woodvale, Matt Devere as Gisborne's Man 1, Beatrice Zentai as Contented Villager and John Rado as Canon Richard


Sheriff Got Your Tongue?

Episode number: 2
Original air date: 14 October 2006
Written by: Dominic Minghella
Directed by: John McKay
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot: Robin, Will, Allan and Much are captured by 4 other men at Sherwood forest.
Guest starring: William Beck as Roy, Michael Elwyn as Edward, Mark Bagnall as Forrest, Josh Cole as Hanton, Juliet Seal as Alice Little, Clem Tibber as Little Little John, Mark Phoenix as Jailer, Finlay Robertson as 1st Sheriff's Man, Alex Hassell as 2nd Sheriff's Man, Ben O'Brien as Castle Guard, Mathilda Thorpe as Mary, Mike Kelly as Jailer Assistant and Valerie Holliman as Miss Thornton


Who Shot The Sheriff?

Episode number: 3
Original air date: 21 October 2006
Written by: Paul Cornell
Directed by: Richard Standeven
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: William Beck as Roy, Michael Elwyn as Edward, Sam Hazeldine as Owen, Natasha Alexander as Kate, Dorian Thomas as Matthew, Jonathan McGuinness as Joderic, Thomas Lockyer as Joe Lacey and Kwame Kwei-Armah as De Fourtnoy


Parent Hood

Episode number: 4
Original air date: 28 October 2006
Written by: Mark Wadlow
Directed by: Richard Standeven
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: William Beck as Roy, Michael Elwyn as Edward, Mathilda Thorpe as Mary, Joanna Horton as Annie, Guy Porritt as Peter and Emily Aston as Tess


Turk Flu

Episode number: 5
Original air date: 4 November 2006
Written by: Debbie Oates
Directed by: Declan O'Dwyer
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward, Lyndon Ogbourne as Rowan, Ian Burfield as Brooker, Emir Hamza as Prisoner, Mike Kelly as Guard, David Hounslow as Rowan's Father and John Rado as Attendant


The Tax Man Cometh

Episode number: 6
Original air date: 11 November 2006
Written by: Richard Kurti & Bev Doyle
Directed by: Richard Standeven
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward, Nikki Amuka-Bird as Abbess, Tom Beard as Flaxton, Ryan Winsley as Cedric, Matt Devere as Guard, Alan Stocks as Butcher and Zoltán Hetényi as Soldier


Brothers in Arms

Episode number: 7
Original air date: 18 November 2006
Written by: Joe Turner
Directed by: Declan O'Dwyer
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward, Charles Dale as Lucky George, Daniel Abelson as Tom, Caroline O'Neill as Megan, Rachael Cairns as Eleri, Andras Toth as Harri and Zoltán Seress as Sergeant


Tattoo? What Tattoo?

Episode number: 8
Original air date: 25 November 2006
Written by:
Directed by: Declan O'Dwyer
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward and Mark Phoenix as Jailer


A Thing or Two About Loyalty

Episode number: 9
Original air date: 2 December 2006
Written by: Paul Cornell
Directed by: Graeme Harper
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: René Zagger as Lambert, Kelly Adams as Eve and Simon Green as Merton


Peace? Off!

Episode number: 10
Original air date: 9 December 2006
Written by: Richard Kurti & Bev Doyle
Directed by: Graeme Harper
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Rhys Meredith as Harold, Raji James as Prince Malik, Ali Amadi as General, Soma O. Szabó as Peasant Man and Ágnes Bánfalvy as Peasant Woman


Dead Man Walking

Episode number: 11
Original air date: 16 December 2006
Written by: Simon Ashford
Directed by: Graeme Harper
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Juliet Seal as Alice Little, Clem Tibber as Little Little John, Steven Elder as Luke Cooper and Gary Bleasdale as Sheriff's Sergeant


The Return of the King

Episode number: 12
Original air date: 23 December 2006
Written by: Dominic Minghella
Directed by: Matthew Evans
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward, John Carlisle as Thornton and Michael Maloney as Pitts


A Clue: No

Episode number: 13
Original air date: 30 December 2006
Written by: Dominic Minghella
Directed by: Matthew Evans
Produced by: Richard Burrell
Plot:
Guest starring: Michael Elwyn as Edward, John Carlisle as Thornton, Michael Maloney as Pitts, Ben O'Brien as Gisborne's Man, Timothy Kightley as Canon Bond, Lukács Bicskey as King Richard, Simon Green as Merton, Barna Illyés as King's Guardsman and Alexis Latham as Scribe

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