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Dalziel & Pascoe


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3/4. Fallen Angel 1/2. When an up-and-coming jockey is murdered, the duo's investigation reveals the dark underbelly of horse racing. Concludes tomorrow 9pm.
Writers Johanne McAndrew , Elliot Hope ; Producer Ann Tricklebank Director Ian Knox Signed 1.25am


Unknown: Johanne McAndrew
Unknown: Elliot Hope
Producer: Ann Tricklebank
Director: Ian Knox
Det Supt Andy Dalziel: Warren Clarke
01 Peter Pascoe: Colin Buchanan
PC Kim Spicer: Jennifer James
Jake McNally: Andrew Tiernan
Sandra McNally: Rachel Davies
Jean Swainbank: Cheryl Campbell
Ken Lawson: Sean Wilson
Natalie Lawson: Emily Joyce
PC Baines: Jemma Hines
Dr James Ashurst: James Puddephatt
Eddie Wilcox: Craig Kelly
Kirsty Richards: Jodie Whittaker
Ben Culton: Steve Chaplin
Drummond Sachs: Niall Bugqy
Viktor Telepenko: Rad Kairn
Moira Henshaw: Mary Jo Randle
Todd Fletcher: Simon Trinder
Kevin Hogarth: Deka Walmsley
Sammy Hogarth: Marc Pickering
Sarah Parker: Jackie Fielding
Ron Noakes: Ian Good
Joe Carlyle: Duggal Ram
Alex Broome: Michael Cahill
Julie-Ann Henshaw: Rosamund Clare

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