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Silent Witness


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3/4. Death by Water 1/2. Leo is faced with the decision of whether to take over Sam's job. Meanwhile, he and Harry clash over an investigation into an outbreak of disease among schoolchildren on the south coast. Guest-starring Anton Lesser and Phyllis Logan. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Dusty Hughes ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Patrick Lau


Unknown: Anton Lesser
Unknown: Phyllis Logan.
Unknown: Dusty Hughes
Producer: Nick Pitt
Director: Patrick Lau
Leo Dalton: William Gaminara
Harry Cunningham: Tom Ward
Lucas Garner: Peter Wight
Sienna Ricci: Kate Fleetwood
Marcus Gwilym: Anton Lesser
DI Gwenda Newton: Emma Handy
DCI Jim Tennant: Philip Bird
Helen Wharton: Phyllis Logan
Dr Yip: Tom Wu
Micky Choo: Ozzie Yue
Daryl Butler: Ian Peck
Nicola Butler: Nathalie Press
Teacher: Alex Hughes
Lanny Forbes: Rebecca Bridges
Paul Willliams: Billy Hill
Pat: Sam Friend
Angus Stuart: David Harewood
Nurse: Amymay Bowes

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