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NCS: Manhunt


We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A two-part detective drama, starring David Suchet , centring around the work of the National Crime Squad.
' When convicted criminal Ricky Valesi kidnaps the mother of Inspector Anne Warwick , a link between the officer and Valesi is unveiled. Contains scenes of a violent and sexual nature. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm. See Choice.
Written by Malcolm McKay
Producer Sue Austen : Director Michael Whyte (S) (W) What makes the perfect detective: page 22; Send off for a free Poirot audiotape: page 29


Unknown: David Suchet
Unknown: Ricky Valesi
Unknown: Anne Warwick
Written By: Malcolm McKay
Producer: Sue Austen
Director: Michael Whyte
DI John Bome: David Suchet
DS Maureen Picasso: Samantha Bond
Supt Bob Beausoleil: Keith Barron
Richard Valesi: Kenneth Cranham
Anne Warwick: Phyllis Logan
DS Ruby Sparks: Melanie Hill
DS Peter Moon: Jonny Phillips
DC Charlie Spanish: Gerard Horan
DC Mary D'Eye: Sara Stewart
DC Johnny Khan: Ahsen Bhatti
DC Karen Bogard Black: Jenny Jules
DC Eddie Guerin: Guy Scantlebury
DC Chrissie Crow: Paul McKay
Supt Charlie Vanne: Malcolm Tiemey
Dr Anna Kyriakou: Kathryn Hunter

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