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A Likeness in Stone

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The first of a two-part thriller, starring Liam Cunningham. When the body of an Oxford student is discovered ten years after she went missing, former Detective Inspector Bill Armstrong is determined to expose the conspiracy that protected her murderer. Concludes tomorrow. See Choice.
Dramatised by Michael Crompton from the novel by J Wallis Martin
Producer Jenny Sheridan ; Director Charles Beeson (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Liam Cunningham.
Unknown: Bill Armstrong
Dramatised By: Michael Crompton
Novel By: J Wallis Martin
Producer: Jenny Sheridan
Director: Charles Beeson
Bill Armstrong: Liam Cunningham
Stephen Gilmore: Jonathan Firth
Richard Kirschman: Andrew Lincoln
Joan Poole: Ruth Jones
Helena Warner: Rebecca Palmer
Merle Kirschman: Cherie Lunghi
DIRigby: Nicholas Hewetson
DC Pryor: Jude Akuwudike
Fiona: Sara Griffiths
Cathy: Katy Cavanagh
Mrs Warner: Kate Fahy
Mr Gilmore: Andrew Hilton
Dr McPherson: Stephen Critchlow
Anne Armstrong: Elli Garnett
Mrs Wilson: Dido Miles
DrThurston: Godfrey Talbot
Newsagent: Bruce McGregor
Adams: David Bauckham
Ernst Kirschman: Paul Jerricho
Librarian: Kitty Martin
Receptionist: Elizabeth Conboy
Patrick: Alan Milne
Jenny: Laura MacAulay
Hannah Armstrong: Clarista Hoult
Cora Bowerman: Lucinda Curtis
PC Short: Kevin Dignam

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