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Waking the Dead


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2/6. Oeus Ex Machina 1/2. A Sudanese presidential candidate goes on hunger strike in protest at the UK's continued refusal to hand back the skull of a 19th-century ruler. Meanwhile, MI6 press Boyd to re-investigate the murder of an Iraqi dissident. Could the two be linked? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Contains violent images including scenes of torture.
Writer Nicholas Blincoe ; Producer Colin Wratten
Director Andy Hay For more cast see Monday


Unknown: Nicholas Blincoe
Producer: Colin Wratten
Director: Andy Hay
Det Suot Peter Bovd: Trevor Eve
Dr Grace Foley: Sue Johnston
Dr Eve Lockhart: Tara Fitzgerald
01 Spencer Jordan: Wil Johnson
DC Stella Goodman: Félicité du Jeu
Catherine Braithwaite: Polly Walker
Cyril Barrett: Graham Crowden
James Andrews: Alex Jennings
Elaine Wilson: Lisa Jackson
Leila Jaffiri: Houda Echouafni

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