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Life Support

Synopsis

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Fifth of a six-part medical drama starring
Aisling O'Sullivan
Richard Wilson
Soul and Conscience.
Katherine Doone battles to save the life of an overdose victim determined to die. See today's choices.
Written by Andrea Earl
Producers Margaret Enefer and Paddy Higson ; Director Morag Fullarton
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown: Aisling O'Sullivan
Unknown: Richard Wilson
Unknown: Katherine Doone
Written By: Andrea Earl
Producers: Margaret Enefer
Producers: Paddy Higson
Director: Morag Fullarton
Katherine Doone: Aisling O'Sullivan
John Doone: Richard Wilson
Kamran Blake: Art Malik
James McConnell: Gilbert Martin
Alison Mclntyre: Julie Graham
Joan Andrews: Edith MacArthur
Fiona Drummond: Ellie Haddington
Tom Scott: Stephen Moyer
Dr David McKewan: Gregor Truter
Sharon Richards: Julia Dalkin
Sally Rivers: Georgina Sowerby
Dr Crilly: Jack Galloway
Lisa Carlisle: Rebecca Callard
Sister Hilda Steel: Juliet Cadzow
Bethan Gilchrist: Lorraine McIntosh
Monique Blake: Simone Bendix
Porter: Simon Sharkey
Robbie Sutherland: Stuart Bowman
John McGovern: Ian Falconer
Sonia Short: Estrid Barton
Student: Jaclyn Tse
Viv Sutherland: Hilary MacLean
Muriel Hamilton: Lorna Hielbron
Charlotte Hamilton: Kirsten Smith
Dr Margaret McKoy: Astrid Azurdia
Dr Linda Mathews: Carol Ann Crawford

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