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The Inspector Lynley Mysteries

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rln the Presence of the Enemy. The kidnap of the secret love child of a Labour MP and a Tory tabloid editor provides Lynley and Havers with their most politically sensitive case in the second of four new mystery dramas.
Written by Francesca Brill ; Producer Ruth Baumgarten ; Director Brian Stirner www.bbc.co.uk/drama

Contributors

Written By: Francesca Brill
Producer: Ruth Baumgarten
Director: Brian Stirner
Thomas Lynley: Nathaniel Parker
Barbara Havers: Sharon Small
Helen Clyde: Lesley Vickerage
Dennis Luxford: James Hazeldine
Eve Bowen: Sophie Okonedo
Corrine Payne: Kika Markham
Robin Payne: Robert Whitelock
Alex Stone: Clint Dyer
Rodney Aronson: Ken Bones
Alistair Harvie: Simon Chandler
Fiona Luxford: Simone Bendix
DS Stanley: Simon Pearsall
Celia Matheson: Caroline Martin
Miss Portly: Marcia Warren
Damien Chambers: Stuart Bunce
Howard Short: Ken Anderson
Pathologist: Lynne Verrall
Leo Luxford: Joseph Friend
Charlotte Bowen: Natalie Freegard
Hadiyyah: Anjalee Patel

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The Inspector Lynley Mysteries

BBC One London, 17 March 2003 20.30






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