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The Lakes


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Second in Jimmy McGovern 's ten-part drama. Fr Matthew and the married Bernie Quinlan try to resist theirpassion.
Contains bad language and sex scenes. See today's choices.
Producer Matthew Bird ; Director Bill Anderson Digital widescreen Subtitled 65


Unknown: Jimmy McGovern
Unknown: Fr Matthew
Unknown: Bernie Quinlan
Producer: Matthew Bird
Danny Kavanagh: John Simm
Father Matthew: Robert Pugh
John Fisher: Kevin Doyle
Bernie Quinlan: Mary Jo Ran Dle
Jo Jo Spiers: Amanda Mealing
Peter Quinlan: Paul Copley
Lucy Archer: Kaye Wragg
Emma Quinlan: Emma Cunniffe
Chef: Charles Dale
Simone Fisher: Clare Holman
Albie: Matt Bardock
Tharmy: Lee Oakes
Joey: Robin Laing
Julie: Samantha Seager
Ged Hodgson: Marshall Lancaster
Pete Quinlan: James Thornton
Sarah Kilbride: Barbara Wilshere
Charles Kilbride: Robert Morgan
Grandad: Tony Rohr
Mrs Archer: Elizabeth Bennett
Beverly: Annabelle Apsion
Ruth: Elizabeth Berrington
Jessica Quinlan: Jessica Perry
Thomas Alcock: Joel Philimore

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