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Screen Two: Reasonable Force


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by P. G. DUGGAN with Jeremy Kemp Adrian Dunbar Warren Clarke
In times of civil unrest, crack police units like Inspector Maclntyre 's get the job of keeping order on the streets.
But when a demonstrator dies after a riot, who will the public - and the Police Force itself - hold accountable? The Alpha Serial
The Ferret Squad
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Unknown: P. G. Duggan
Unknown: Jeremy Kemp
Unknown: Adrian Dunbar
Unknown: Warren Clarke
Unknown: Inspector MacLntyre
Music: Richard Hartley
Designer: Chris Robilliard
Unknown: Ken Pearce.
Unknown: Michael Parker
Editor: Valery Ryan
Producer: Martyn Auty
Director: Jim Goddard
Robbie Maclntyre: Adrian Dunbar
Sergeant Lascelles: David Beames
Mechanic: David Becalick
Comic: Albie Woodington
Pretty Boy: John Hannah
Loudmouth: John Graham Davies
Scholar: William Armstrong
Gentle Giant: Nick Ellsworth
Sportsman: William Thomas
Superintendent: Eric Allan
Pomeroy: Jeremy Kemp
DCI 'Rubber Heels': Michael Melia
DS Kiley: Simon Templeman
Det Chief Supt: Peter Jonfield
The Wessex Team Jack Hicks: Warren Clarke
DCS Passmore: James Donnelly
DS Elliot: Tam Dean Burn
Police Complaints Authority Josephine Harvey: Colette O'Neil
Official: Nathan Dasmbuza Mdledle
Journalists Matheson: David Lyon
Prynne: Paul Bown
Commissioner: Julian Curry
DAC (Personnel): John Rowe
Helen MacIntyre: Robyn Moore
Mrs Collett: Teresa Banham
Divisional Chief Inspector: Michael O'Hagan
House detective: Arthur Cox
Barry: Pavel Douglas
TV journalists: Crawford Logan
TV journalists: Alan Roberts
Desk Sergeant: Joshua Richards
Secretary: Pauline Freeman
Divisional surgeon: Paul Kingston

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