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Mersey Beat

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.
Fourth in the ten-part drama series starring Haydn Gwynne as the Superintendent at a Merseyside police station.
Unexploded Bombs. Susan gets caught up in a family crisis when a pregnant woman gives her an off-duty confession.
Written by Chris Murray
Producer Ken Horn ; Director Richard Signy (S) (W) Jonathan Kerrigan 's Questionnaire: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Haydn Gwynne
Written By: Chris Murray
Producer: Ken Horn
Director: Richard Signy
Unknown: Jonathan Kerrigan
Supt Susan Blake: Haydn Gwynne
PC Steve Traynor: Jonathan Kerrigan
Inspector Jim Oulton: John McArdle
Sgt Bill Gentle: David Hargreaves
PC Larry Barton: Chris Walker
WPC Connie Harper: Michelle Holmes
WPC Miriam Da Silva: Shelley Conn
Sgt Danny Jackson: Danny Lawrence
Maddie Wright: Eileen O'Brien
Al Blake: Paul Bown
Dawn Oulton: Kathy Jamieson
Anita Armitage: Katharine Rogers
Colin Armitage: John Bowler
Hannah Armitage: Frankie Hough
Gwen Harrow: Anna Keaveney
Greg: Matt Healy
Sgt Chris Armstrong: Richard Abrecht
Charlie Blake: Joshua Uttler
Keith: Craig Fitzpatrick
Mickey: Gary Damer
Dean: Charlie Ryan
Kelly: Tamar Fyne

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