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Murphy's Law

Synopsis

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.
4/6. Extra Mile. Murphy is about to uncover major evidence of Callard's criminal dealings. But are his feelings for Ellie in danger of compromising the entire operation? Contains strong language.
Writer Michael Crompton : Producer Jemma Rodqers
Director Andy Goddard www.bbc.co.uk/murphyslaw James Nesbitt spends Friday Night with Jonathan Ross , tomorrow 1035pm

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Crompton
Producer: Jemma Rodqers
Director: Andy Goddard
Unknown: James Nesbitt
Unknown: Jonathan Ross
DS Tommy Murphy: James Nesbitt
DS Paul Allison: Owen Teale
Richard Holloway: Ramon Tikaram
Det Supt Rees: Michael Feast
Ellie Holloway: Georgia MacKenzie
David Callard: Mark WomacK
George Garvey: Larry Lamb
Lawson: Kate Lynn-Evans
Scott Garvey: Alex Hassell
Leedham: Maggie Lloyd-Williams
Anstiss: David MacCreedy
Eddie McHale: Adam Allfrey
Trevor: Oliver Le Sueur
Daisy: Dawn McDaniel
Taylor: Gary Milner
Florence: Caroline Parker
Bradley: Mark Monero






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