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Dalziel and Pascoe

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The detectives return for the first of four feature-length dramas, starring Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan. A Sweeter Lazarus. Still recovering from a near-fatal shooting, Dalziel returns to work to discover that the only witness to the suspicious death of a serial murderer is Abbie Hallingsworth , a local brewery heiress who was presumed murdered 19 years ago.
Det Supt Andy Dalziel Warren Clarke
Written by Michael Jenner
Producer Andrew Rowley ; Director Stephen Whittaker (S) (W) Like the old-time coppers: page 18 Programme of the week: page 67
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown: Warren Clarke
Unknown: Colin Buchanan.
Unknown: Abbie Hallingsworth
Unknown: Warren Clarke
Written By: Michael Jenner
Producer: Andrew Rowley
Director: Stephen Whittaker
Det Insp Peter Pascoe: Colin Buchanan
Det Sgt Edgar Wield: David Royle
Asst Chief Con Rebecca Fenning: Pippa Haywood
WDC Shaznay Kendall: Amita Dhiri
Abbie Hallingsworth: Nicola Walker
David Hallingsworth: David Haig
Martin Hallingsworth: Richard Coyle
Neville Staybrass: Tim Preece
Gus Mullavey: Donald Sumpter
Jack Turton: David Daker
Warder: David Rubin
Miles Turton: Stuart Goodwin
PC Neilson: Alex Knight
Pilger: Kevin Dyer
Fiona Gilks: Christine Entwisle

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