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Ashes to Ashes


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2/8. As the royal wedding of Lady Di and Prince
Charles approaches, Hunt is determined to keep a protest about the Docklands redevelopment under control. Meanwhile, a DeLorean-driving playboy attracts Alex's attention and Danny comes up with the goods on a New Romantic night out.
Writer Ashley Pharoah
Producer Beth Willis ; Director Jonny Campbell (HD) The first episode Is being reshown at 10pm on BBC4
Stand and deliver: page 22; Moment of the Week: p59 Inside Story: p110; [web address removed]


Unknown: Ashley Pharoah
Producer: Beth Willis
Director: Jonny Campbell
DCI Gene Hunt: Philip Glenister
DI Alex Drake: Kttlty Hawes
DS Ray Carling: Dean Andrews
DC Chris Skelton: Marshall Lancaster
WPC Shaz Granger: Montstrrat Lombard
Luigi: Joseph Long
Danny Moore: Rupert Craves
Caroline Price: Amelia Bullmore
David Bonds: Christopher Fairbank
Elaine Bonds: Amtlda Brown
George Bonds: Stephen Wright
Sgt Vlv: Geff Francis
The Clown: Andrew Clover
Molly: Grace Vance
Evan Stephen: Campbell Moore
Fiona: Perdita Avery
Scared youth: Nik Howden
Clown woman: Sophie Franklin
Young Alex: Lucy Cole
Steve: Strange Himself

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