All the cast of Crossroads feel they are treated as poor relations by Central Television, who make the programme.
"Considering the size of the audience we pull in, they treat us like second-rate citizens," Sue Lloyd said.
"We've had to give up our big studio. Everything now has to be filmed in a tiny one. That's why you never
see the motel kitchens any more. They just can't fir them in.
"Some of the cast have to get changed in a dressing room without a nirror. It broke four years ago and we've been
waiting for a replacement ever since.
"We are all very resentful about that kind of treatment."