Louise Gold starred as Annie Haven the owner of an antique shop, in Series 3 Episode 6 ‘Come In Digby Your Time’s Up’, at first broadcast on CBBC on Monday 1 August 2011 at 9:00am
Digby Digworth – Shaun Williamson
Hacker T Dog – puppeteered by Phil Fletcher
Hamish McGaffer – Laurie Ventry
Hot Dog Person – Kate Plummer
Hot Dog Seller – Russell Muir
Max de Lacy – Mark Benton
Carl Plummer – Chris Brazier
Annie Haven – Louise Gold
Hot Dog Person – Sakim Mohammed
Skate/Jogger – Vasili Tsybulka
Production Manager – Diana May Jones
Director – David McKay
Producer – David Collier
Executive Producer – Steven Andrew
Writers – Tom Jamieson, and,
Gina’s Laughing Gear, and, Transmission Impossible With Ed And Oucho were also first broadcast on CBBC
Phil Fletcher who puppeteers Hacker T Dog is also a puppet builder and built the Termite puppets that Louise Gold and Warrick Browlow-Pike performed on Transmission Impossible With Ed And Oucho.
Mark Benton appeared in the film Topsy Turvy and was a male chorister on its soundtrack album.
It is not known whether Producer David Collier could be the same person as the Camera Assistant Dave Collier on Transmission Impossible With Ed And Oucho, or the child-actor David Collier in Squeak.
Tom Jamieson, and, Nev Fountain also wrote for Gina’s Laughing Gear
Phil Fletcher and Louise Gold went on to take part in Muppets And Puppets (Kaleidoscope Event).
Links about Scoop
BBC Page for the episode: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0134f1m#synopsis
Wikipedia’s entry for the programme: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scoop_(TV_series) (if it is still there).
British Comedy Guide’s page for the episode: http://www.comedy.co.uk/guide/tv/scoop/episodes/3/6/
IMDB Entry for the Episode: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2003903/