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Pure Wickedness


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First in a new four-part drama series, dealing with adultery, written by Lucy Gannon and starring
Orla Brady , Kevin Whately
David Morrissey , Lesley Dunlop After 14 years of marriage, Jenny meets the handsome Frank and is immediately attracted to him. See today's choices.
Producer Joy Spink ; Director Harry Hook
Digital widescreen * Everybody's talking about.... Orla Brady : page 15


Written By: Lucy Gannon
Unknown: Orla Brady
Unknown: Kevin Whately
Unknown: David Morrissey
Unknown: Lesley Dunlop
Producer: Joy Spink
Unknown: Orla Brady
Jenny Meadows: Orla Brady
Geoff Meadows: Kevin Whately
Frank Healy: David Morrissey
Mo Healy: Lesley Dunlop
Ellen Meadows: Danielle McCormacK
Dr Andrew Ward: Anton Lesser
Dr Phil Gold: Pip Torrens
Dr Anna Faulkne: R Linda Spurrier
Dr Raju Patel: Bhasker Patel
Eileen: Rachel Ambler
Sue: Sarah Rice
Colin: John Hodgkinson
Di Mary Carson: Kate Fahy
DS Warren: Pete Meakin
Ruth Davis: Eileen Bell
Will Davis: Malcolm Rogers
Stuart: Nicholas Lopez
Wendy Ward: Amanda Garwood
Peter: Edward Clayton
Coroner: James Smith

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