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The first in a new12-part drama series about a police surgeon starring Nigel Le Vaillant
Down by the Riverside. When the body of a naked woman is found by a canal, the police must discoverwho she is, when she died and how her body got there. See today's choices.
Written by Nick McCarty
Producer Adrian Bate ; Director Richard Holthouse
♦ See This Week: page 6


Unknown: Nigel Le Vaillant
Written By: Nick McCarty
Producer: Adrian Bate
Director: Richard Holthouse
Paul Dangerfield: Nigel Le Vaillant
Joanna Stevens: Amanda Redman
Ken Jackson: George Irving
Marty: Dangerfield Seanmaguire
Al Dangerfield: Lisa Faulkner
Terri Morgan: Katy Murphy
Nicky Green: Tracy Gillman
Nick Mackenzie: Bill Wallis
Shaaban Hamada: Nadim Sawalha
Julia Caxton: Catherine Terris
PC Nigel Spenser: Mosesay
WPC Georgie Cudworth: Eleanor Martin
Sergeant Lardner: Roderick Smith
Harry Campbell: John Arnatt
John Callard: Patrick O'Connell
Peter Evans: Jack Fortune
Mrs Evans: Polly Pleasence
David Evans: James Peachey
Jim Burroughs: Dicken Ashworth
Boatyard caretaker: John Kingsley
Bargee: Danny Davies
Jogger: Sarah Keyzor
Headmistress: Julia Sands
Charlie: Mark Whiteley
Moira: Sue Branson

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