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Indelible Evidence


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.
Six murder investigations introduced by Ludovic Kennedy 3: Windfall
A father and son lie dead outside their front door - the Victims of an IRA shooting. 400 yards away lies a half-eaten apple ...
The names of people and traces have been changed. dramatisation ROGER DAVENPORT photography BILL BROOMFIELD 'urn editor MICHAEL FLYNN
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON
Directed and produced by "AN DUNCAN. OLIVER MORSE


Introduced By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Roger Davenport
Unknown: Bill Broomfield
Editor: Michael Flynn
Producer: David Paterson
RUC investigation officer: John Keegan
Tony Kelly: Angus Barnett
Professor of orthodontics: Arnold Diamond
Scenes of crime officer: Dan Gordon
Forensic scientist: Joe McPartland
Ballistics expert: Des McAleer
Mrs Craig: Stella McCusker
Hostage: Michael Gormley
Mrs Kelly: Leila Webster
James Reilly: Noel McGee
Tommy Cassidy: Michael Magee
Chris Cassidy: Michael Ievers

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