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Silent Witness


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Brothers in Arms
The conclusion of the final two-part story.
Sam Ryan seeks to connect the murder of soldierlan Neal with killing in Northern Ireland in 1985. Meanwhile, DI Connor's wife arrives in Cambridge. Silent Witness specials are planned for next year. See today's choices.
Written by John Milne ; Producer Anne Pivcevic ; Director Ian Knox
♦ Alison Graham : Review, pl30


Unknown: Sam Ryan
Written By: John Milne
Producer: Anne Pivcevic
Director: Ian Knox
Unknown: Alison Graham
Dr Sam Ryan: Amanda Burton
Dl Michael Connor: Nick Reding
Trevor Stewart: William Armstrong
DS Rob Bradley: Mark Letheren
Fred Dale: Sam Parks
Owen Johnson: Ben Daniels
Jane Nelson: Elizabeth Berrington
Marie Kavanagh (aged 25): Lesley McGuire
Alastair Rogers: Stuart McQuarrie
Claire Willis: Llnda McGuire
Helen Connor: Lesley Vickerage
Charles: Stephen Churchett
Lizzie Nelson: Lisa Martin
Daniel Nelson: Lloyd Martin
Marie Kavanagh (aged 13): Georgina Torpey
Billy Govern: Martin O'Brien
lan Neal: Phil McKee

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