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Life on Mars

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4/8; series two. Gene fears a serial killer he thought he'd sent down in the 1960s is still at large when a woman's body is found on some wasteland. When
Sam's modern techniques lead him to Roger Twilling , he goes undercover with Annie to find out more.
Writer Ashley Pharaoh ; Producer Cameron Roach ; Director
Richard Clark
RT DIRECT: pre-order the DVD of series two (on sale 2 April) for just E27.49 (RRP E39.99) plus free p&p. Call [number removed](landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per minute), quoting RTDThe swinging detectives: p30; Keeping tabs on 'em: p65 The best police drama? Visit www.radiotimes/copshow

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Twilling
Unknown: Ashley Pharaoh
Producer: Cameron Roach
Director: Richard Clark
DI Sam Tyler: John Simm
DCI Gene Hunt: Philip Glenister
WDC Annie Cartwright: Liz White
DS Ray Caning: Dean Andrews
DC Chris Skelton: Marshall Lancaster
WPC Phyllis Dobbs: Noreen Kershaw
Young Sam: Alexander O'Loughlin
Auntie Heather: Katherine Kelly
Gracie: Carissa Wistow
Pathologist: Andy Hockley
Denise Williams: Georgia Taylor
Roger Twilling: Nicholas Palliser
Carol Twilling: Eva Pope
Mrs Luckhurst: Claire McGlinn
Edith Williams: Meryl Hampton
Twilling's lawyer: Andrew Readman

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