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Murphy's Law

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
ilew series 1/6. The second series starts with the naverick cop going undercoverto investigate a brutal serial killer who is plaguing London's West End. Antony Sher guests. Contains strong language and violence.
Writer Colin Bateman ; Producer Jemma Rodgers ; Director Brian Kirk www.bbc.co.uk/murphyslaw
RT SHOP: a DVD boxed set, including the pilot and four episodes, available for £23.99 (RRP £24.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate)
Role modelling: page 20; Face of the Week -Antony Sher : p65

Contributors

Unknown: Antony Sher
Unknown: Colin Bateman
Producer: Jemma Rodgers
Director: Brian Kirk
Unknown: Antony Sher
Murphy: James Nesbitt
Annie Guthrie: Claudia Harrison
Carter: Del Synott
Father McBride: Mark Benton
Hilary Clarke: Sarah Berger
Frank Jeremy: Antony Sher
Beka: Katrine de Candole
Rev William Norris: Andrew Bicknall
Thompson: Grant Burgin
Rachael: Karen Westwood
Sandra Ryland: Janette Cross
Vitan Osnato: Andrew Lawden
Cotton: Christopher Good
Mickey: Alexi Jawookimov
Polly McKenna: Kerry Norton
Suze Weston: Alice Dooley
Aimie: Vinette Robinson
Neeves: Joseph Bennett
Scot: James Cunningham
Simon: Kevin Dignam

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