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Fifth of a 12-part drama.
Starring Nigel Le Vaillant
Dangerfield wrestles with his conscience after a businessman is found dead. See today's choices.
The Andrew Duncan interview with Nigel Le Vaillant : page 16

9.30pm BBC It's been a long time coming, but the passion that began to smoulder in last week's episode finally ignites tonight as Paul Dangerfield and fellow GP Joanna Stevens share a lingering kiss. And viewers can expect to see more of the same in the future. "The stuff of drama is to spin that on-off romance thing out," says Nigel Le Vaillant. "But in the end you have to deliver something". Elsewhere, Dangerfield mixes murky business with quirky pleasure. After weeks of anticipation he takes his falcon on its maiden flight but later clashes angrily with new GP Dr Roz Parker after she refuses to reveal vital murder evidence. Discover more about Nigel Le Vaillant in this week's Andrew Duncan interview on page 16.


Writer: Don Shaw
Producer: Adrian Bate
Director: Robert Knights
Paul Dangerfield: Nigel Le Vaillant
Joanna Stevens: Amanda Redman
Ken Jackson: George Irving
Marty Dangerfield: Sean Maguire
Al Dangerfield: Lisa Faulkner
Nick MacKenzie: Bill Wallis
Shabaan Hamada: Nadim Sawalha
Nicky Green: Tracy Gillman
Roz Parker: Hilary Lyon
Julia Caxton: Catherine Terris
Terri Morgan: Katy Murphy
Sergeant Lardner: Roderick Smith
PC Nigel Spenser: Mo Sesay
PC Georgie Cudworth: Eleanor Martin
Ben: Julian Kerridge
PhilTravers: Jason Ward
Carol: Julie Fernandez
Susan Hart: Sally Rogers
Jenny Hart: Jane Wood
Kevin Deehan: Ayub Khan Din
Fire officer Lazenby: Bernard Latham
Pathologist: Simon Carter
Nurse: Maxine Finch

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