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Silent Witness


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- 7/12; series 12. Judgement 112. Harry must tread carefully to gain the trust of a close-knit community when the body of a Hasidic man is found. The story concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Christian Spurrier ; Producer George Ormond
Director Diarmuid Lawrence
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Unknown: Christian Spurrier
Producer: George Ormond
Director: Diarmuid Lawrence
Dr Harry Cunningham: Tom Ward
Professor Leo Dalton: William Gaminara
Dr Nikki Alexander: Emilia Fox
Rabbi Noach Marowski: Ron Cook
Miriam Marowski: Olwen May
Esther Rubutkin: Laura Pyper
Binyomin Marowski: Augustus Prew
Margo Harris: Jo Woodcock
DI Michael McKenzie: Conor Mullen
Danny Land: Rene Zaqger
Jake Burnett: Reece Ritchie
DS Jenny Bright: Sophie Stanton
Aleksy Drozdz: Serge Soric
Gangmaster: Jamie Kenna
Toni Kapinski: Chris New
Chaim Stopinitsky: Danny Worters
Janet Mander: Jaye Griffiths
Rifka Stopinitsky: Claire Lubert
Avrom Stopinitsky: Jacob Krichefski

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