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Silent Witness

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4/5. Supernova 1/2. Memories of his daughter's death are stirred up when Leo investigates a 14-year-old girl's apparent suicide. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Paul Farrell ; Producer Tim Bradley ; Director
Philippa Langdale www.bbc.co.uk/silentwitness

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Farrell
Producer: Tim Bradley
Director: Philippa Langdale
Leo Dalton: William Gamlnara
Harry Cunningham: Tom Ward
Nikki Alexander: Emilia Fox
DS Charlie Ferguson: John McEnery
DI Shirley Maugham: Sarah Malin
Dr Caroline Anscombe: Ingeborga Dapkunaite
Miranda Anscombe: Rebecca Oldfield
DI Julian Vincent: Simon Tchemiak
Mary Duncan: Barbara Marten
Hannah Duncan: Tamsin Egerton
Kelly Wetherby: Natalia Cappuccini
Robert Owen: Jonathan Keeble
Fish Gerard Brown: Paul Richards
John Duncan: Jonathan Warde
Martin Gibbs: Albert Wellinq
Sylvana: Laura Harling
Walter Best: Jon Millington
Tom Wetherby: Amerjit Deu
Stephen Owen: Toby Marlow
Rosa Cassalle: Maya Sondhi
Chris Duncan: Pavel Douglas
Alison Garland: Lilly Driscoll
Kay Owen: Jean Grover
Ollie: Daniel Opoku-Akwaboa
David: Gregory Foreman

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