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Blood Money: 1


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A serial in six parts, starring Bernard Hepton, Michael Denison with Juliet Hammond-Hill, Stephen Yardley and Cavan Kendall, Gary Whelan
Young Rupert Fitzcharles is kidnapped from school by unidentified terrorists. Rupert's father is Administrator General of the United Nations. Who are these terrorists? What are they after?
Studio lighting PETER SMEE


Unknown: Bernard Hepton
Unknown: Michael Denison
Unknown: Juliet Hammond-Hill
Unknown: Stephen Yardley
Unknown: Cavan Kendall
Unknown: Gary Whelan
Unknown: Young Rupert Fitzcharles
Unknown: Godfrey Johnson
Editor: John Brason
Designer: Richard Morris
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Michael E. Briant
Det Sgt Baxter: Nicholas Young
Rupert: Grant Ashley Warnock
Danny Connors: Gary Whelan
James Drew: Stephen Yardley
Irene Kohl: Juliet Hammond-Hill
Bellamy: David Rose
Chief Supt Meadows: Bernard Hepton
Chief Insp Perry: Jack McKenzie
Insp Clarke: Daniel Hill
WPS Barratt: Anna Mottram
Det Sgt Summers: Reg Woods
Captain Percival: Michael Denison
Charles Vivian: Cavan Kendall
PC Able: Stanley McGeagh
PC Baker: David Sterne

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The Sunday Post: Gerard Glaister 18 September 2016

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