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A Wanted Man: 3: Shoreland


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A trilogy by Malcolm McKay
'Everything he's done has been concealed. You open the floodgates on that and he'll never recover.'
'I think he will come through it.'
'You can't face killing 15 people, Doctor.'

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Writer: Malcolm McKay
Camera supervisor: Geoff Feld
Lighting director: Chris Townsend
Designer: Marjorie Pratt
Producer: David Snodin
Director: Nicholas Renton
Dr Indira Chakravarti: Madhur Jaffrey
Billy: Michael Fitzgerald
Henry Judd: David Howey
PO Patten: Trevor Byfield
Dr Steven Flynn: Julian Firth
Dr O'Dougherty: Tony Steedman
Lennie Gentry: William Key
Ranald Tyber: Mark Monero
Fennell: Peter Kelly
Elm ParkDr Stuart McEvoy: Trevor Cooper
Charge nurse Broadhurst: Edward Peel
Charge nurse Bolton: Rupert Holliday Evans
George Cohen: Richard Ridings
Eddie Addie: Jonathan Phillips
Alex Fawn: Pip Donaghy
Stanley Soames: David Fielder

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A Wanted Man: 3: Shoreland

BBC Two England, 28 September 1989 21.25

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