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Silent Witness (TV Series 1996– ) Poster

(1996– )

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Dummies are used for the autopsy scenes because the directors want it to be as realistic as possible but naked bodies cannot be shown on the BBC, according to forensic pathology adviser Stuart Hamilton.
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Some improvisation takes place during filming.
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The main difference between Silent Witness and real-life pathologists is that in the real world pathologists don't interview suspects or take victims into their home.
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The series was the subject of a famous spoof by comics Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders called "Witless Silence".
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