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Between the Lines


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Neil Pearson returns as Tony Clark, now acting Detective Chief Superintendent, in the Royal Television Society Award-winning drama series based on the work of the Metropolitan Police's Complaints Investigation Bureau. This first episode was written by the creator of the series, J C Wilsher.
The police response to an attack on a mosque by extreme right-wing extremists, and the visit of an American author who denies that the Holocaust took place, pitch the new series at a high level of political intrigue. Particularly as the mosque incident has risked blowing the cover of a police infiltrator in a neo-fascist group.
What Neil Pearson really thinks of Tony Clark SEE FEATURE page 30


Writer: J.C. Wilsher
Producer: Peter Norris
Director: Alan Dossor
Tony Clark: Neil Pearson
Harry Naylor: Tom Georgeson
Maureen Connell: Siobhan Redmond
Ch Supt Deakin: Tony Doyle
Det. Supt. Graves: Robin Lermitte
Joyce Naylor: Elaine Donnelly
Richard Newman: Bob Mason
Joe Rance: Daniel Craig
Derek Lee-Metford: Michael Cronin
Patrick Ingram: Angus MacInnes
Douglas Carter MP: John Carlisle
Norman: Philip McGough
Khan: Dev Sagoo
PC Tulloch: James Clyde
Sgt Judy Prescott: Alison Sterling
Insp Cole: Steve Sinscoe
Ch lnsp Lodge: Richard Ireson
Ch Insp (Personnel): Brian Southwood

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