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Second Sight

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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.
First of a two-part psycholgical thriller starring Clive Owen and Claire Skinner. While investigating a brutal murder successful detective Ross Tanner is diagnosed with a degenerative eye disorder. Concludes next week. See Choice.
Written by Paula Milne
Producer David Lascelles ; Director Charles Beeson (S) (W) Clive Owen and Claire Skinner : page 23
Dr Mark Porter on eyesight and driving: page 45

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Owen
Unknown: Claire Skinner.
Unknown: Ross Tanner
Written By: Paula Milne
Producer: David Lascelles
Director: Charles Beeson
Unknown: Clive Owen
Unknown: Claire Skinner
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter
DCI Ross Tanner: Clive Owen
Dl Catherine Tully: Claire Skinner
Adam Bendrix: Stuart Wilson
Judith Bendrix: Phoebe Nicholls
Matthew Bendrix: Tom Mullion
Liam Morrison: Eddie Marsan
Tracy Villiers: Louise Atkins
Dl Skinner: Ian Redford
DS Pewsey Rupert: Holliday Evans
DS Finch: Frank Harper
DS Julian: Alexander Morton
DS Mayfield: David Fahm
DC Holt: Selina Boyack
DC Marchant: Robert Murray
Sam Tanner: Benjamin Smith
Marilyn Tanner: Rebecca Eagan
Lisa: Jonell Elliot
Dr Peters: Donald Douglas

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