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Ashes to Ashes

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.
4/8; series two. Manchester journalist
Jackie Queen , a blast from Gene's past, turns up at CID announcing she's pregnant with Gene's baby. She's also investigating the disappearance of northern teenagers that have run away to London and wants help tracking down one in particular, her niece Rachel.
Writer Ashley Pharoah ; Producer Beth Willis ; Director Ben Bolt GALLERIES: [web address removed] and [web address removed]
RT DIRECT: pre-order series two DVD (out 13 July) for £22.98 (RRP E34.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (5p from BT landlines; other networks vary) or visit [web address removed] (code [number removed])
Digital viewers can continue the 80s theme by pressing red after the episode to sing along to a variety of music from the decade

Contributors

Unknown: Jackie Queen
Unknown: Ashley Pharoah
Producer: Beth Willis
Gene Hunt: Philip Glenister
Alex Drake: Keeley Hawes
Ray Carling: Dean Andrews
Chris Skelton: Marshall Lancaster
Shaz Granger: Montserrat Lombard
Det Supt Mackintosh: Roger Allam
Martin Summers: Adrian Dunbar
Jackie Queen: Ruth Millar
Ralph Jarvis: John Bowe
Rachel Lessing: Kirsty-Leigh Porter
Luigi: Joseph Long
Viv James: Geff Francis
Molly Drake: Grace Vance
Debbie Hall: Sophie Bleasdale
Gordon Lanegan: Gerard Monaco
Ralph's lawyer: Adrian Schiller

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