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Silent Witness


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New series 1/4. A Time to Heal 1/2. A landslide in Northern Ireland exposes the bodies of two young men, whom it seems were victims of sectarian violence in the 70s.
Amanda Burton returns as forensic pathologist Sam Ryan as she and the team are called in to investigate. But a troubling time awaits Sam as she visits her homeland for the first time in many years. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Stephen Brady ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Ashley Pearce
www.bbc.co.uk/silentwitness Body of evidence: page 24


Unknown: Amanda Burton
Unknown: Sam Ryan
Unknown: Stephen Brady
Producer: Nick Pitt
Director: Ashley Pearce
Sam Ryan: Amanda Burton
Leo Dalton: William Gaminara
Harry Cunningham: Tom Ward
Walter Shanley: Daragh O'Malley
George Nevin: Des McAleer
David Kelman: Bryan Murray
Jennifer Gaghan Kathy: Kiera Clarke
Joe Galvin: Ciaran McMenamin
Vivian Steen: Yvonne O'Grady
Cath Shanley: Britta Smith
Bob Gaghan: Patrick Drury
Martine Kelman: Niamh Unehan
Carl Greenwood: Ian Kelly
Young Bob Gaghan: Paul Dinnen
Young David Kelman: Adam Best
William Ryan: Paul Gilmore
Sam Ryan (9): Madaleine Bassett
Sam Ryan (14): Brid Arnstein
Katy Quinn: Stella Madden
Valerie Nevin: Marianne March

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