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Screen Two: The Precious Blood

Synopsis

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.
Drama set in Belfast, asking whether it is possible to have peace with justice. Starring
Amanda Burton, Kevin McNally
Rosie Williams is haunted by the murder of her husband 12 years previously. Her teenage son John is heading for a life of delinquency fuelled by revenge. Then, he meets Billy McVea, who runs a boxing gym, affecting all their lives. See today's choices.
Written by Graham Reid; Producers Robert Cooper. Anthony Rowe : Director John Woods
# The price of peace: page 24

Contributors

Unknown: Amanda Burton
Unknown: Kevin McNally
Unknown: Rosie Williams
Unknown: Billy McVea
Written By: Graham Reid
Producers: Robert Cooper.
Producers: Anthony Rowe
Director: John Woods
Roisin (Rosie) Willis: Amanda Burton
Billy McVea: Kevin McNally
John Willis: Michael Legge
Jean McBride: Michelle Fairley
Albert McVea: James Ellis
Alice McVea: Margaret D'Arcy
Susan McVea: Cara Kelly
Harold McVea: Gavin Kennedy
Turk: Derek Halligan
Midge: Marc O'Shea
DetlnspStarkie: Tim Loane
DetlnspGalbraith: Gerard Crossan
Davie Bell: Andrew Roddy
Tom Walsh: David Calvert
Sinn Fein spokesman: Trevor Moore
Mrs Cowan: Catherine Brennan
Pauline Willis: Rosemary McCauley
Joanne McVea: Catherine Higgins






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