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G Aftermath. Maggie reaches breaking point with her father (played by Jack Smethurst), while a new arrival plays a trick on Abs. Can Claire and Luke get back on an even keel? With a guest appearance from Ralph Ineson, aka Finchy from The Office.
Writer Jason Sutton; Producer Sophie Fante; Director Rhys Powys [website removed]


Writer: Jason Sutton
Producer: Sophie Fante
Director: Rhys Powys
Maggie Coldwell: Susan Cookson
Kelsey Phillips: Janine Mellor
Harry Harper: Simon MacCorkindale
Guppy Sandhu: Elyes Gabel
Luke Warren: Matthew Wait
Claire Guildford: Leanne Wilson
Nina Farr: Rebekah Gibbs
Charlie Fairhead: Derek Thompson
Comfort Newton: Martina Laird
Woody Joyner: Will Thorp
Abs: James Redmond
Sam Bateman: Luke Bailey
Stan Powell: Jack Smethurst
Ellen Zitek: Georglna Bouzova
Jamie Coldwell: Thomas Hudson
Tess Bateman: Suzanne Packer
Martin Woodbridge: Ralph Ineson
Liam Woodbridge: Tommy Knight
Carol Jennings: Marion O'Dwyer
RudyGoldspink: Martin Benson
Stephanie Mellor: Elian Thomas
Kevin Mellor: Ansu Kabla

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