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Murphy's Law


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2/6. The maverick cop goes undercover to investigate the suicide of a young detective. Guest-starring Cal MacAninch. Contains violence and strong language.
Writer Tony McHale ; Producer Jemma Rodgers ; Director Brian Kirk www.bbc.co.uk/murphysiaw
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Unknown: Tony McHale
Producer: Jemma Rodgers
Director: Brian Kirk
Tommy Murphy: James Nesbitt
Alan Carter: Del Synnott
Hilary Clarke: Sarah Berger
Thompson: Grant Burgin
DC Mel Kovacs: Kirsty Mitchell
DS Nic Winters: Cal MacAninch
DC Gary Fender: Nigel Undsay
DC Charlie Hendrix: Justin Pierre
Mandy Martin: Sarah Paul
Al Leyton: Graham McTavish
Ethan Isaacs: Sean Chapman
DC Aaron Parmer: Alexander Newland
Ricky Golding: Tim Faraday
Nina Hendrix: Ginny Holder
Jenny Parmer: Lucy O'Connell
Robinson: Julian Rivett

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