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New series. 1/5. Dl Rebecca Flint and her team are called in to investigate after astrophysicist
Dr Christian King claims to have received a series of images from space. The images show fragments of an explosion in which many people are killed that will, he asserts, take place in just 18 hours' time.
Writer Lizzie Mickery : Producer Marcus Wilson
Director Simon Cellan Jones
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Putting the science into sci-fi: page 29


Unknown: Rebecca Flint
Unknown: Dr Christian King
Unknown: Lizzie Mickery
Producer: Marcus Wilson
Director: Simon Cellan Jones
Unknown: Tamzin Outhwaite
DI Rebecca Flint: Tamzin Outhwaite
Dr Christian King: Emun Elliott
DS Ben Holt: Mark Bonnar
DC Callum Gada: Chike Okonkwo
DCI Sarah Bower: Pooky Quesnel
Simon Manning: Lorcan Cranitch
Amelia James: Abigail Davies
Lister Wells: Neil Fitzmaurice
Kirsty Harmsley: Clare Kerrigan
Harry Phelps: Kevin Doyle
Lauren Phelps: Fiona Dolman
Patterson: James Peter Wells
Clare: Kate Miles

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