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2/3. Back in Basra, Danny and Lester seize the chance to cash in by winning a contract to rebuild a hospital, while Hibbs is devastated by the murder of a friend. Continues tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Peter Bowker ; Producer Laurie Borg
Director Nick Murphy James Nesbitt guests on Never Mind the Buzzcocks at 10pm on BBC2 Taking it to the limit: page 5; No ordinary man: page 14; The Alison Graham column: page 47


Unknown: Peter Bowker
Producer: Laurie Borg
Director: Nick Murphy
Director: James Nesbitt
Unknown: Alison Graham
Sqt Mike Swift: James Nesbttt
Cpl Danny Peterson: Stephen Graham
UCpl Lee Hibbs: Warren Brown
Erik Lester: Nonso Anozie
Dr Aliyah Nabil: Lubna Azabal
Dr Sadiq Alasadi: Igal Naor
Yunis: Lewis Alsamari
Nicky Swift: Monica Dolan
Mr Hibbs: Stephen Bent
Abdel Allawi: Khalid Laith
Dr Waleed: Nayef Rashed
Dorothy: Elsie Kelly
Laing: Dan Fox
Burgess: Doug Rollins
Mrs Hibbs: Anna Jaskolka
Katy Hibbs: Laura Donnelly
Bruno: Emmanuel Ighodoro
Jess Swift: Charlotte Wakefield
Richard Swift: Adam Beresford
Taff: Karl Ives
Yasin: Fenar Mohammed-Ali
Ahmed: Omar Berdouni
Spike: Greg Kelly
Ben: Mark Asante
Davis: Michael Colgan
Keri: Bronagh Taggart
Mac: Dessie Gallagher
Maysa: Ruby Butcher

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