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New Tricks

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
3/8. Ducking and Diving. When an armoured security vehicle is discovered resting at the bottom of a lake, a link is made to a 17-year-old murder case. But just as some progress is being made, the death of a key witness threatens to scupper the entire investigation.
Writer John Wilsher ; Producer Emma Turner
Director John Wilsher Episode guide and trivia at www.radiotimes.com/new-tricks

Contributors

Unknown: John Wilsher
Producer: Emma Turner
Director: John Wilsher
Brian Lane: Alun Armstrong
Jack Halford: James Bolam
Sandra Pullman: Amanda Redman
Gerry Standing: Dennis Waterman
DAC Strickland: Anthony Calf
Esther Lane: Susan Jameson
Andrew Sinclair: Peter Hugo-Daly
Steve Palmer: George Baker
Martin Viner: David Harewood
Paul Wilmslow: Ian Mercer
Trisha: Claudia Harrison
Traffic officer: Adam Farr

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