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Murder in Eden

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.
The second in a three-part mystery, starring Peter Firth
Tony Doyle Ian Bannen
The sleepy village of Glenkeel, Co Donegal is now wide awake after Sergeant McGing finds the severed foot of the missing barman hanging from his door knocker. Meanwhile the Englishman Kenneth Potter 's feud with Canon Loftus hots up. Peter Firth appeared recently as a Soviet sailor in the film Letter to Brezhnev.
Viewers may also remember him as Dominic Hide , a man from the future who returns to
1970s London, in The Flip Side of Dominic Hide and Another Flip for Dominic.
Screenplay by Shane Connaughton , based on Patrick McGinley 's book Bogmail. Producer Robert Cooper Director Nicholas Renton
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Contributors

Unknown: Peter Firth
Unknown: Tony Doyle
Unknown: Ian Bannen
Unknown: Kenneth Potter
Unknown: Peter Firth
Unknown: Dominic Hide
Unknown: Shane Connaughton
Unknown: Patrick McGinley
Producer: Robert Cooper
Director: Nicholas Renton
Kenneth Potter: Peter Firth
Tim Roarty: Tony Doyle
Canon Loftus: Ian Bannen
Nora Hession: Tara MacGowran
Sergeant McGing: Alun Armstrong
Eamonn Eales: Breffni McKenna
Cor Mogaill: Frankie McCafferty
Rory Rua: Sean Lawlor
Gimp Gillespie: Garrett Keogh
Susan: Tina Kelleher

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