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Second Sight

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The last two-part psychological thriller starring Clive Owen. In the Kingdom of the Blind (part 1). The discovery of a black community leader's body plunges Ross into a climate of prejudice. Concludes tomorrow at 9.05pm. See Choice.
Written by Niall Leonard and Paula Milne
Producer Lars Macfarlane ; Director Jonas Grimas (S) (W) Alison Graham 's TV Review: page 48

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Owen.
Written By: Niall Leonard
Written By: Paula Milne
Producer: Lars MacFarlane
Director: Jonas Grimas
Unknown: Alison Graham
DCI Ross Tanner: Clive Owen
Harold: King Petervaughan
DI Boyd: Mark Bazeley
; DS Chancellor: Lesley Vickerage
i DSPewsey: Rupert Holliday Evans
Marilyn Tanner: Rebecca Egan
DC Holt: Selina Boyack
DS Julian: Alexander Morton
DS Finch: Frank Harper
Ben Harris: Nicholas Pinnock
SuptLawson: Thomas Wheatley
Sam Tanner: Benjamin Smith
Sandra Pearson: Zoe Telford
Mrs Harris: Marsha Millar
Raymond Harris: Sylvano Clarke
Frank: Julian Protheroe
Darren Nesbitt: Gregory Prtt
Maguire: Dennis Banks
Alex King: Alex Graham
DC Chad: Akbar Kurtha
Sandwich bar owner: Anatol Yusef
Thomton: Richard Dixon
Andrew Nesbitt: James Hole
AliHuseyn: Mario Kalli

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