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Moses Jones


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New series 1/3. Shaun Parkes and Matt Smith (the new Doctor Who) star in Joe Penhall's crime drama. A body found in the Thames appears to be the result of witchcraft, but Di Moses Jones and DS Dan Twentyman find their investigations in the African community are met with a wall of silence.
Writer Joe Penhall ; Producer Cameron Roach
Director Michael Offer


Writer: Joe Penhall
Producer: Cameron Roach
Director: Michael Offer
Moses Jones: Shaun Parkes
Dan Twentyman: Matt Smith
Solomon: Eamonn Walker
Gerald Okoya: Reginald Tsiboe
Joy: Wunmi Mosaku
Dolly: Indira Varma
Joseph: Obi Abili
Paul: Dave Fishley
Peter: Femi Elufowoju Jr
Matthias Mutukula: Jude Akuwudike
Dick Catherwood: Tom Goodman-Hill
Mick Mahoney: Lee Ross
Lita: Christianne Oliveira
Frank Costello: Dennis Waterman
Selwyn: Mark Oliver
Dr Michael Michaels: Adam Kotz
Enid: Nicole Davis
Sonjia: Sonila Vjeshta
Pathologist: Dominic Kemp
Stallholder: Tony Jayawardena
Fruit Stallholder: Howard Coggins
Hairdresser: Antonia Okonma
Cab driver: Irfan Hussain
Young boy: Theo Barklem-Biggs

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