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Life Support


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Third of a six-part medical drama starring
Aisling O'Sullivan
Richard Wilson
The Price of Love. Called as a prosecution witness in the murder trial of Elaine MacKenzie , Katherine finds herself facing her father, who is acting for the defence. See today's choices.
Written by Matthew Hall ; Producers Margaret Enefer and Paddy Higson Director Richard Laxton
Digital widescreen * See Dr Mark Porter : page 39


Unknown: Aisling O'Sullivan
Unknown: Richard Wilson
Unknown: Elaine MacKenzie
Written By: Matthew Hall
Producers: Margaret Enefer
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter
Katherine Doone: Aisling O'Sullivan
John Doone QC: Richard Wilson
Kamran Blake: Art Malik
James McConnell: Gilbert Martin
Alison Mclntyre: Julie Graham
Joan Andrews: Edith MacArthur
Elaine MacKenzie: Jackie Kane
Margaret McGovern: Barbara Rafferty
Fiona Drummond: Ellie Haddington
Alan Carswell: Alexander Morton
Claire Matheson: Gerda Stevenson
Bethan Gilchrist: Lorraine McIntosh
Tom Scott: Stephen Moyer
Gordon Travers: Brian Pettifer
Anna McLintock: Julie Miller
Susan: Jenny Ryan
Alan: Jack Tarlton
Huw McCready: Don Gallagher
Reg Larkman: Phil McCall
Ishbel Larkman: Ida Schuster
Roger Matheson: Kenny Bryans
Sue Marshall: Libby McArthur
Frances Oban: Deirdre Davis
Rod Kerr: Paul Goodwin

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