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Chandler and Co


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Fourth in the six-part series about a female private detective agency. No Tomorrow. Kate's pursuit of a wayward publishing mogul turns into a murder investigation. Meanwhile, Elly is immersed in the tangled feelings of two women and a man involved in a surrogacy case, while she juggles the emotional demands made by her deepening relationship with Mark.
Written by Alma Cullen
Producer Ann Skinner ; Director Diana Patrick
♦ See This Week: page 8


Written By: Alma Cullen
Producer: Ann Skinner
Director: Diana Patrick
Kate Phillips: Susan Fleetwood
Elly Chandier: Catherine Russell
Dr Mark Judd: Adrian Lukis
Simon Wood: Bill Britten
Benji Phillips: Graham McGrath
Hannah Phillips: Eloisa Sherriff Brown
Danny Phillips: Tobias Saunders
Edrth Cotham: Jill Baker
Giles Cotham: James Faulkner
Thomas Pascoe: David Henry
Jill Pascoe: Diane Adderley
Grace Dawson: Jackie Fielding
TinaLomax: Jane Nash
Clifford Lomax: Max Gold
Poppy Farquhar: Kathy Kiera Clarke
Rupert: Michael Parkhouse
Neighbour: Jane Musgrove
Policeman: John Hoggarth
Estate agent: Tim Heath
Police officer: Tony Stephens
Ron Dawson: Gavin Watson
Master Dawson: Matthew Owen
Mrs Williams: Sarah Stephenson
Woman patient: Sharon Baylis
Veronica Mayhew: Kia Miller
Lottie Pascoe: Alex Pooley

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