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Judge John Deed


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Separation of Powers. A waste incinerator company is accused of damaging a community's health and Deed faces the threat of impeachment, but can he call the government's bluff in this 2005 episode?
Writer/Producer GF Newman; Director Deborah Paige


Director: Deborah Paige
Judge John Deed: Martin Shaw
Jo Mills: Jenny Seaqrove
Sir Monty Everard: Simon Ward
Sir Joseph Channing: Donald Slnden
Prof Vang Pao: Burt Kwouk
Tim Listfield: Anthony Barclay
Rufus Barron: Ben Caplan
Charlie Deed: Louisa Cleln
Sir Ian Rochester: Simon Chandler
Steve Gross: Ph Moriarty
Rita Cooper: Barbara Thorn
Paul Peacock: Alan McKenna
Henry Kuhle: Andrew Whipp
Neil Haughton: Anelrln Hughes
Mrs Fox: April Walker
George Channing: Caroline Langrlshe
Prof Moriarty: Gemma Jones
Alan Peasmarsh: Jeremy Child
Mrs Peacock: Kate Carthy
Prof Neame: Peter Undford
Karen Spring: Rachel O'Meara
Peter Tufton: Roqer Martin
Pauline Peacock: Sara Stephens
Sir Michael Niven: Trevor Bowen

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