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Ashes to Ashes


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8/8. Alex is just 24 hours away from the deaths of her parents in a car bomb. Could their salvation be the catalyst that triggers her return to 2008?
Writer Ashley Pharoah ; Producer Beth Willis
Director Jonny Campbell The seventh episode is being reshown at 10pm on BBC4
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Unknown: Ashley Pharoah
Producer: Beth Willis
Director: Jonny Campbell
DCI Gene Hunt: Philip Glenlster
Dl Alex Drake: Keeley Hawes
DS Ray Carling: Dean Andrews
DC Chris Skelton: Marshall Lancaster
WPC Sharon Shaz Granger: Montserrat Lombard
Caroline Price: Amelia Bullmore
Evan White: Stephen Campbell-Moore
LordScarman: Geoffrey Palmer
The Clown: Andrew Clover
Arthur Layton: Sean Harris
VivJames: Geff Francis
Luigi: Joseph Long
Tom Robinson: Matthew Baynton
Angus Ashton: Jim Creiqhton
PC: Andrew Brooke
Young Alex: Lucy Cole
Molly Drake: Grace Vance
PC murder suspect: Paul Anderson

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