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Silent Witness


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An episode of the forensic detective drama from 2002.
Tell No Tales. Pathologist Sam Ryan investigates when a gruesome discovery is made in an old factory building. Concludes after the news at 10.35pm.
Writer Avril E Russell ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director John Duthie Videoplus code for 9.00-11.35pm (non-PDC)


Unknown: Sam Ryan
Unknown: Avril E Russell
Producer: Nick Pitt
Director: John Duthie
Prof Sam Ryan: Amanda Burton
Dr Leo Dalton: William Gaminara
Harry Cunnigham: Tom Ward
DCI Luke Telford: Ron Donachie
DS Esther Linden: Sara Powell
Rosemary Mason: Jane Hazelgrove
Selina Thompson: Maggie Lioyd-Williams
Karl Benson: Jake Wood
Marc Thompson: Kiel Ewan
Joe Cooke: Bernard Gallagher
Betty Cooke: Mary Healey
Nathalie Morgan: Nancy Lodder
Patrick Graham: Terence Harvey
Warren Reid: Benedict Cumberbatch
Dave Howett: Grant Jones
Emma King: Dorothy Duffy
Tosh Ridley: Steven O'Donnell
Dennis Morgan: Michael Pennington
Peter Edgely: Dominic Rowan

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