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The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes


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New series 1/4. The popular detective drama pairing the chalk-and-cheese cops returns for a new run.
With Lynley suspended, Havers is assigned a new partner - the heavily pregnant, no-nonsense Fiona Knight. Together they investigate the murder of a woman whose body was discovered in a local lake. Liza Tarbuck guest-stars.
Writer Peter Jukes
Producer Sharon Hughff ; Director Simon Massey
The Alison Graham column: page 26
Nathaniel Parker answers One Final Question: page


Writer: Peter Jukes
Producer: Sharon Hugliff
Director: Simon Massey
Inspector Thomas Lynley: Nathaniel Parker
Sgt Barbara Havers: Sharon Small
DI Fiona Knight: Liza Tarbuck
Eileen Edwards: Saskia Reeves
Owen Harcourt-Baines: George Costigan
Helen Lynley: Catherine Russell
Lafferty: Paul Hickey
Tim Sumner: Adrian Rawlins
Edie Covington: Mary Stockley
Dr Simon Wilson: Nicholas Gleaves
Matt Ridgeon: Mark Stobbart
Joe Covington: Dave Hill
Tilda Covington: Patricia Kerrigan
Millie Sumner: Molly Herbert
Chief Constable: Michael Vivian
Joshua Holcombe: Ben Lannoy

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The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Natural Causes

BBC One London, 20 July 2006 20.00

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