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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Wolf to the Slaughter: Part One

2 August 1987


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Robert Reynolds ... Det. Cons. Mark Drayton
Nicholas Gecks ... Rupert Margolis
Carmel McSharry ... Ruby Branch
Russell Hunter ... Monkey Matthews
Christopher Ellison ... Mr. Kirkpatrick

Kim Thomson ... Linda Grover
Jean Heywood ... Mrs. Penistan
Mitzi Rogers ... Mrs. Anstey
Donald Hewlett ... Russell Cawthorne
Hal Dyer ... Mrs. Cawthorne
Arthur Cox ... Mr. Grover
Pamela Buckle ... Mrs. Grover

Stephanie Fayerman ... Mrs. Kirkpatrick
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Ken Kitson ... Sgt. Martin
Michael Stainton ... Sgt. Camb

Harriet Thorpe ... Anita Margolis
Peter Slade ... Ray Anstey
Kate Eaton ... Jan Winters
Jim Dunk ... Knobby Clark
Rupert Bates ... Cons. Bryant
Daniel O'Brien ... Cons. Gates
Barbara Ashcroft ... Lady Customer
Eliza Buckingham ... Mrs. Benson
Yvonne D'Alpra ... Mrs. Lorrimer

Marc Sinden ... Richard Fairfax
Christopher Robbie ... TV Commentator

Season 1, Episode 2: Wolf to the Slaughter: Part Two

9 August 1987

Season 1, Episode 3: Wolf to the Slaughter: Part Three

16 August 1987

Season 1, Episode 4: Wolf to the Slaughter: Part Four

23 August 1987


Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part One

19 June 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Michael Jayston ... Quentin Nightingale
Catherine Neilson ... Elizabeth Nightingale

Nigel Terry ... Denys Villiers
Karen Meagher ... Georgina Villiers
Ellis Van Maarseveen ... Katje Doorn
Padraig O'Loinsigh ... Sean Lovell
David Swift ... Lionel Marriott
Sandra Voe ... Mrs. Myrtle Cantrip
Kate David ... Mrs. Lovell
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
John Tams ... Alf Tawney
Jonathan Magnanti ... Det Con Bryant
Christina Greatrex ... Hypatia Hancock
Matthew Scurfield ... Will Palmer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part Two

26 June 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Michael Jayston ... Quentin Nightingale
Catherine Neilson ... Elizabeth Nightingale

Nigel Terry ... Denys Villiers
Karen Meagher ... Georgina Villiers
Ellis Van Maarseveen ... Katje Doorn
Padraig O'Loinsigh ... Sean Lovell
David Swift ... Lionel Marriott
Sandra Voe ... Mrs. Myrtle Cantrip
Kate David ... Mrs. Lovell
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
John Tams ... Alf Tawney
Jonathan Magnanti ... Det Con Bryant
Christina Greatrex ... Hypatia Hancock
Matthew Scurfield ... Will Palmer

Season 2, Episode 3: A Guilty Thing Surprised: Part Three

3 July 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Michael Jayston ... Quentin Nightingale
Catherine Neilson ... Elizabeth Nightingale

Nigel Terry ... Denys Villiers
Karen Meagher ... Georgina Villiers
Ellis Van Maarseveen ... Katje Doorn
Padraig O'Loinsigh ... Sean Lovell
David Swift ... Lionel Marriott
Sandra Voe ... Mrs. Myrtle Cantrip
Kate David ... Mrs. Lovell
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
John Tams ... Alf Tawney
Jonathan Magnanti ... Det Con Bryant
Christina Greatrex ... Hypatia Hancock

Season 2, Episode 4: Shake Hands Forever: Part One

23 September 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Tom Wilkinson ... Robert Hathall
Margery Mason ... Mrs. Hathall
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
June Ritchie ... Nancy Lake
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford

Michael Byrne ... DCC Charles Griswold
Fred Pearson ... Chief Insp. Jack 'Brock' Lovat
Geoffrey Beevers ... Mr. Aveney
Julian Firth ... John Oldbury
Anthony Douse ... Flat Landlord
Sheila Ruskin ... Denise Fortune
Ken Kitson ... Sgt. Martin
Robert Swann ... Airport Inspector

Bernard Holley ... Mark Somerset
Marie Stillin ... Valerie Snyder
Peter Baldwin ... Coroner
Bunny May ... Barman
Susan Derrick ... Angela Hathall (as Sue Derrick)
Peter Penry-Jones ... Solicitor
Doreen Andrew ... Mrs. Lethbridge
Gertan Klauber ... Bernard
Maggie Ollerenshaw ... Eileen Hathall (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Shake Hands Forever: Part Two

30 September 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Tom Wilkinson ... Robert Hathall
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
June Ritchie ... Nancy Lake

Michael Byrne ... DCC Charles Griswold
Geoffrey Beevers ... Mr. Aveney
Anthony Douse ... Flat Landlord
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Sheila Ruskin ... Denise Fortune
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
Marie Stillin ... Valerie Snyder
Sandra Butterworth ... Linda Kipling
Magdalena Buznea ... Marie Marcovitch
Hugh Cross ... William Butler
Barry James ... Tommy Mathews
Gertan Klauber ... Bernard
Maggie Ollerenshaw ... Eileen Hathall

Joanne Robertson ... Rosemary Hathall

Season 2, Episode 6: Shake Hands Forever: Part Three

7 October 1988


George Baker ... Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Inspector Burden

Tom Wilkinson ... Robert Hathall
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
June Ritchie ... Nancy Lake

Michael Byrne ... DCC Charles Griswold
Geoffrey Beevers ... Mr. Aveney
Anthony Douse ... Flat Landlord
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Sheila Ruskin ... Denise Fortune
Robert Swann ... Airport Inspector
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
Marie Stillin ... Valerie Snyder
Peter Penry-Jones ... Solicitor
Doreen Andrew ... Mrs. Letherbridge
Susan Derrick ... Angela Hathall
Julian Firth ... John Oldbury

Bernard Holley ... Mark Somerset
Mark Jax ... Sgt Hutton
Bunny May ... Barman
Fred Pearson ... Chief Insp. Jack 'Brock' Lovat
Penny Perfect ... Morag Gray

Season 2, Episode 7: No Crying He Makes

23 December 1988


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Inspector Burden

Jane Horrocks ... Pippa Bond
Clive Wood ... Tony Jasper
Christine Kavanagh ... Leila Jasper
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford
Jonathan Lacey ... Trevor Bond
Alison Rose ... Susan Raines
Dorothy Vernon ... Mrs. Carter
Natasha Williams ... Julie
Ashley Barker ... Pete Jasper
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sergeant Martin
Sasha Mitchell ... WPC Carla Maynard
Colin Campbell ... Sergeant Willoughby

Meera Syal ... Matron
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Kenneth Midwood ... Mr. Henderson
Julia Lang ... Mrs. Henderson
Richard Haddon Haines ... Mr. Hunter
Karen Archer ... Mrs. Hunter
Shirley Anne Selby ... Mandy (as Shirley-Anne Selby)
Barbara Marten ... Katharine Freeman
Ian Bleasdale ... Mr. Franklin
Karen Gledhill ... Mrs. Franklin
Rosalind Thomas ... Senior nursing officer
Tom Knight ... Man in police station
Peggy Ann Wood ... Woman in Newsagents
The Romsey Abbey Choir ... Kingsmarkham Choir
Fred Bryant ... Santa Claus (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: No More Dying Then: Part One

22 October 1989

Season 3, Episode 2: No More Dying Then: Part Two

29 October 1989

Season 3, Episode 3: No More Dying Then: Part Three

5 November 1989


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Celia Gregory ... Gemma Lawrence
Dave Hill ... Dep. Chief Constable Freeborn

Simon Shepherd ... Ivor Fairfax Swan

Marion Bailey ... Ros Swan
Ken Kitson ... D.S. Martin
Marian McLoughlin ... Grace (as Marion McGloughlin)

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Colin Campbell ... Sgt. Willoughby
Lynda Rooke ... Tracy Mitchell
Linda Polan ... Mrs. Dean
Cecily Hobbs ... Eileen Rushforth
David Sibley ... Bob Rushforth
Dilys Hamlett ... Mrs. Scott
Robert Austin ... Ray Bucks
Nick Edmett ... Steve Little

Christine Moore ... Mrs. Foster
Guy Phillips ... TV Reporter
Gail Taphouse ... Leonie West
Russell Burrell ... Neil
Eleanor Jones ... Stella Rivers
Ross Muir ... Paul Rushforth
Emma Scott ... Rushforth's Daughter
Chris Stanton ... Arnold
Jamie Williams ... Andrew

Season 3, Episode 4: A Sleeping Life: Part One

12 November 1989


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Imelda Staunton ... Polly Flinders
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Dave Hill ... Dep. Chief Constable Freeborn

Mamta Kaash ... Malina Patel
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
William Simons ... Det. Insp. Michael Baker
Olivier Pierre ... Commissaire Pierre Laquin
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Fairfax
Niall Buggy ... Victor Vivian
Ken Kitson ... Sgt. Martin
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Iain Mitchell ... Hetherington
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Neil McCaul ... Charles Wood
Su Douglas ... Rhoda Comfrey
Liz Kettle ... Transvestite
Josie Kidd ... Hospital secretary
Peter Harri ... Clerk of the court
Gordon Kane ... Sgt. Clements
Matthew Grundy ... Robin Fairfax

Sylvia Syms ... Lilian Crown
Caroline Berry ... Stella Parker
Mark Aspinall ... Brian Parker

James Fleet ... Neil Fairfax (uncredited)
Lesley Joseph ... Rose Farriner's neighbour (uncredited)
Linda Marlowe ... Rose Farriner (uncredited)

George Rossi ... Pathologist (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: A Sleeping Life: Part Two

19 November 1989


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Imelda Staunton ... Polly Flinders
Dave Hill ... Dep. Chief Constable Freeborn

Mamta Kaash ... Malina Patel
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford (as Louie Ramsey)
William Simons ... Det. Insp. Michael Baker
Olivier Pierre ... Commissaire Pierre Laquin
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford
Steve Bridgen ... Dr. Lomond

James Fleet ... Neil Fairfax
Matthew Grundy ... Robin Fairfax
Caroline Holdaway ... Mrs. Moss
Lesley Joseph ... Rose Farriner's neighbour
Gordon Kane ... Sgt. Clements
Liz Kettle ... Transvestite
Linda Marlowe ... Rose Farriner
Gwen Nelson ... Grandma Parker
Vincent Pickering ... Bernard

Sylvia Syms ... Lilian Crown

Season 3, Episode 6: A Sleeping Life: Part Three

26 November 1989


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Imelda Staunton ... Polly Flinders
Dave Hill ... Dep. Chief Constable Freeborn

Mamta Kaash ... Malina Patel
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford (as Louie Ramsey)
Ken Kitson ... D.S. Martin
William Simons ... Det. Insp. Michael Baker
Olivier Pierre ... Commissaire Pierre Laquin
Niall Buggy ... Victor Vivian
Iain Mitchell ... Hetherington
John Burgess ... Dr. Crocker
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Neil McCaul ... Charles Wood
Su Douglas ... Rhoda Comfrey
Josie Kidd ... Hospital secretary
Peter Harri ... Clerk of the court
Gordon Kane ... Sgt. Clements

Sylvia Syms ... Lilian Crown
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford
Matthew Grundy ... Robin Fairfax

Season 3, Episode 7: The Veiled One

17 December 1989


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Paola Dionisotti ... Dorothy Sanders

Camille Coduri ... Lesley Arbel
Ian Fitzgibbon ... Clifford Sanders
Hugh Lloyd ... Ralph Robson

Simon Chandler ... Reese
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Tony Vogel ... Roy Carroll
David Fleeshman ... Serge Olson
Arthur Hewlett ... Archie Greaves
Philip Bretherton ... John Whitton

Susie Lindeman ... Nina Jago
Paula Jacobs ... Dita Jago
Teohna Williams ... Nicola Resnick
Gillian Eaton ... Sandra Dale
Ann Windsor ... Ms Moore
Phil Atkinson ... Leary
Sally Toft ... WPC

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Some Lie and Some Die: Part One

30 September 1990
During a massive outdoor music festival, a girl is murdered. Could the enigmatic rock star Zeno be involved in any way?

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Ireland

Peter Capaldi ... Zeno Vedast
David Lyon ... Leonard Dunsand
Susie Ann Watkins ... Nell Tate (as Susan Watkins)

Joseph Long ... Godfrey Tate
Dave Hill ... Det. Chief Constable Freeborn

Gemma Jones ... Mrs. Peveril

Donald Sumpter ... Edward Peveril
Mary MacLeod ... Mrs. Stoner
Joan White ... Granny Peckham
Bella Enahoro ... Joan Miall
Kwabena Manso ... Louis Mbowele
Hugh Millais ... Martin Silk
Carol Kenyon ... Female Singer (as Carole Kenyon)
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sgt. Martin
Marian McLoughlin ... Grace

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Ann Penfold ... Jean Burden
Annette Kerr ... Mrs. Clarke
Robert Hands ... PC Stevens
Jan Van Hool ... WPC Elaine Palmer (as Jane van Hool)

Andrew Schofield ... Hotel Porter
Glyn Pritchard ... Hotel Porter
Cathy Underwood ... Rosie
Paul Ansdell ... Daniel
Reg Presley ... Supermarket Manager
Peter Mair ... University Porter

Tessa Vale ... Dawn Stoner
Petra Markham ... Hotel Receptionist
Fred Dinenage ... TV Newsreader (uncredited)
Mike Eastman ... Father of the Bride (uncredited)
Arthur Ellis ... Shifty Gardener (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Some Lie and Some Die: Part Two

7 October 1990

Season 4, Episode 3: Some Lie and Some Die: Part Three

14 October 1990

Season 4, Episode 4: The Best Man to Die: Part One

21 October 1990
On the eve of a wedding the best man is murdered, and at a similar time there is a serious car crash with two victims. Wexford thinks the two things are somehow connected, but how?

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Tony Haygarth ... Maurice Cullam
John Vine ... Dr. Crane
John Burgess ... Dr. Crocker
Clara Salaman ... Nurse Rose
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Mrs. Fanshawe

Julia Ormond ... Nora Fanshawe
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Ireland / Burden
David Michaels ... Policeman
Nina Marc ... Nurse Lewis

Shirin Taylor ... Lilian Hatton (also as Sherin Taylor)
Jonathan Barlow ... Jack Pertwee
Tracie Bennett ... Marilyn Thompson
John Cater ... Mr. Pertwee
John Bleasdale ... George Carter
Stephen Boxer ... Jolyon Vigo
Paul Kynman ... Policeman #1
Richard Graham ... Charlie Hatton

Noah Huntley ... John Burden
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Sara Clee ... Mrs. Cullam
Emma Dewhurst ... Mrs. Vigo
Kate Lansbury ... Sister

Stephen May ... Clerk - Car Hire

Season 4, Episode 5: The Best Man to Die: Part Two

28 October 1990


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Tony Haygarth ... Maurice Cullam
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Ireland
John Vine ... Dr. Crane
John Burgess ... Dr. Crocker
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Mrs. Fanshawe

Julia Ormond ... Nora Fanshawe
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford

Shirin Taylor ... Lilian Hatton (also as Sherin Taylor)
Jonathan Barlow ... Jack Pertwee
Tracie Bennett ... Marilyn Thompson
John Cater ... Mr. Pertwee
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sgt. Martin
John Bleasdale ... George Carter
Stephen Boxer ... Jolyon Vigo
Richard Graham ... Charlie Hatton
Sara Clee ... Mrs. Cullam
Emma Dewhurst ... Mrs. Vigo

Season 4, Episode 6: The Best Man to Die: Part Three

4 November 1990


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Tony Haygarth ... Maurice Cullam
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Ireland
John Vine ... Dr. Crane
John Burgess ... Dr. Crocker
Barbara Leigh-Hunt ... Mrs. Fanshawe

Julia Ormond ... Nora Fanshawe
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford

Shirin Taylor ... Lilian Hatton (also as Sherin Taylor)
Jonathan Barlow ... Jack Pertwee
Tracie Bennett ... Marilyn Thompson
John Cater ... Mr. Pertwee
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sgt. Martin
John Bleasdale ... George Carter
Stephen Boxer ... Jolyon Vigo
Richard Graham ... Charlie Hatton
Sara Clee ... Mrs. Cullam
Emma Dewhurst ... Mrs. Vigo

Season 4, Episode 7: An Unkindness of Ravens: Part One

11 November 1990


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sgt. Martin
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Fairfax
Owen Scott ... Edgar Ovington
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Karen Westwood ... Sara Williams

Chloë Annett ... Jane Gardner
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden

Natascha McElhone ... Helen Blake (as Natascha Taylor)
Sidney Livingstone ... Miles Gardner (as Sydney Livingstone)
James Snell ... Rodney Williams
Rachel Robertson ... Paulette Harmer
Gary Mavers ... Colin Budd
Judith Paris ... Edwina Fitzgerald
Cheryl Prime ... Wendy Williams
Norma West ... Joy Williams
Brian Mitchell ... Kevin Williams
Brian Smith ... John Harmer
Tim Meats ... The Parson
Imogen Boorman ... Veronica Williams
Matthew Grundy ... Robin Fairfax

Season 4, Episode 8: An Unkindness of Ravens: Part Two

18 November 1990


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Ireland
John Burgess ... Dr. Crocker
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Fairfax
Owen Scott ... Edgar Ovington
Karen Westwood ... Sara Williams

Chloë Annett ... Jane Gardner
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford

Natascha McElhone ... Helen Blake (as Natascha Taylor)
Sidney Livingstone ... Miles Gardner (as Sydney Livingstone)
James Snell ... Rodney Williams
Rachel Robertson ... Paulette Harmer
Gary Mavers ... Colin Budd
Ken Kitson ... Det. Sgt. Martin
Judith Paris ... Edwina Fitzgerald
Cheryl Prime ... Wendy Williams
Norma West ... Joy Williams
Brian Mitchell ... Kevin Williams
Emma Smith ... Pat Burden
Brian Smith ... John Harmer
Tim Meats ... The Parson
Imogen Boorman ... Veronica Williams

Season 4, Episode 9: Put on by Cunning

24 December 1990
When a world-famous flautist is murdered Wexford wonders if his recently returned daughter had anything to do with it. He becomes obsessed with proving that she is an imposter, even getting permission to travel as far afield as the USA and France to do so.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden

Rossano Brazzi ... Sir Manuel Carmargue
Janet Maw ... Dinah Sternhold
Stephen Solloway ... Flautist
Tim Meats ... Rector
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Malcolm Raeburn ... Ted Ricks
Myra McFadyen ... Muriel Hicks
Vincenzo Nicoli ... John Fassbender
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Fairfax

Cherie Lunghi ... Natalie Arno
David Stoll ... Coroner
Nathan Dambuza ... Mr. Haq

Malcolm Tierney ... Ivan Zoffany
Amanda Boxer ... Jane Zoffany
Sally Home ... Mrs. Murray-Burgess
Michael Bilton ... Phillip Cory
Peter Penry-Jones ... Mr. Browning
Ruth Trouncer ... Magistrate
Philip Locke ... Kenneth Ames
Beryl Reid ... Mrs. Mountnessing
Eileen Maciejewska ... Mavis Roland
Helena McCarthy ... Mary Woodhouse
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden

Angus MacInnes ... Dobrowski
Carmen Gómez ... Mrs. Romero
Beth Porter ... Davina Ilbert
Sheri Foxcroft ... Receptionist
Bob Sessions ... Tom Sessamy
Valerie Colgan ... Edith Sessamy
Ian Talbot ... Mr. Rochford
Amy Werba ... Therese Leramy

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: A New Lease of Death: Part One

29 September 1991
Wexford's first ever successful murder case comes back to haunt him when a vicar starts to rake up the past. Was the man hanged on Wexford's evidence actually innocent?

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden

Peter Egan ... Rev. Henry Archery

Sharon Maughan ... Imogen Ide
Denis Lill ... Roger Primero

Suzanna Hamilton ... Elizabeth Crilling
Dorothy Tutin ... Mrs. Crilling
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Maggie Jones ... Alice Flower
Jenny Quayle ... Tessa Kershaw
Robin Lermitte ... Charles Archery
Kristy Bruce ... Young Elizabeth Crilling
Amanda Waring ... Mrs. Crilling (1959)
Sarah Webb ... Irene Painter (1959)
Trevor Sellers ... Herbert Painter
Sean Scanlan ... Prosecuting Counsel
Graham Rowe ... Justice Brompton
Colin Campbell ... Sgt Willoughby
Ken Kitson ... D. S. Martin
Anna Cropper ... Irene Kershaw
Michael Turner ... Mr. Kershaw
Cissy Collins ... Angela Primero
Ruth Trouncer ... Magistrate
Kate Lansbury ... Sister
John Horsley ... Colonel Plashet
Eileen Davies ... Waitress
John Evitts ... Priest
Robert Oates ... Pub Landlord

Richard Cubison ... Court Clerk
Reuben Purchase ... Estate Agent

Season 5, Episode 2: A New Lease of Death: Part Two

6 October 1991


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden

Peter Egan ... Rev. Henry Archery

Sharon Maughan ... Imogen Ide
Denis Lill ... Roger Primero

Suzanna Hamilton ... Elizabeth Crilling
Dorothy Tutin ... Mrs. Crilling
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Maggie Jones ... Alice Flower
Robin Lermitte ... Charles Archery
Amanda Waring ... Mrs. Crilling
Sarah Webb ... Irene Painter
Trevor Sellers ... Herbert Painter
Ken Kitson ... D. S. Martin
Anna Cropper ... Irene Kershaw
Michael Turner ... Mr. Kershaw
Dave Hill ... DCC Freeborn
Tina Marian ... Isabel Primero

Season 5, Episode 3: A New Lease of Death: Part Three

13 October 1991


George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Kristy Bruce ... Young Elizabeth Crilling

Peter Egan ... Rev. Henry Archery

Sharon Maughan ... Imogen Ide
Denis Lill ... Roger Primero

Suzanna Hamilton ... Elizabeth Crilling
John Horsley ... Colonel Plashet
Dorothy Tutin ... Mrs. Crilling
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Jenny Quayle ... Tess Kershaw
Colin Campbell ... Sgt Willoughby
Robin Lermitte ... Charles Archery
Trevor Sellers ... Herbert Painter
Ken Kitson ... D. S. Martin
Anna Cropper ... Irene Kershaw
Michael Turner ... Mr. Kershaw

Season 5, Episode 4: Murder Being Once Done: Part One

20 October 1991
Wexford collapses from overwork so is put on a month's leave. Instead of resting though, he decides to go and visit Mike, who is seconded to London. Although he should be resting, Wexford's dreams have drawn him towards Mike's case of a young murdered girl left lying in a vault, and a strong connection to the baby adoption business.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
John Forgeham ... Det Insp Baker

Philip Glenister ... Brian Gregson
George Sweeney ... Sgt Clements

Ian McNeice ... Ivan Teal
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Derek Hicks ... Postman
Hugh Dickson ... Elderly man
Nigel Gregory ... Barman
Valerie Whittington ... Hannah Peters
Constance Chapman ... Mrs. Lyle
Barbara Keogh ... Mrs. Foster

Michael Elwyn ... Stephen Dearborn
Polly Adams ... Melanie Dearborn
Lizzy McInnerny ... Peggy Pope
Tom Radcliffe ... Johnny Lamont

Colin Meredith ... Receptionist
Charlotte Attenborough ... Verity (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Murder Being Once Done: Part Two

27 October 1991

Season 5, Episode 6: Murder Being Once Done: Part Three

3 November 1991

Season 5, Episode 7: From Doon with Death: Part One

10 November 1991
Margaret Parsons, a fairly ordinary housewife who, with her water board official husband Ron, has recently moved to Kingsmarkham, is found murdered in a field. Mrs. Parsons led an extremely uneventful life, being a lay preacher, but Inspector Wexford is intrigued when he is looking through her belongings and fine a number of expensive antique books all inscribed 'From Doon to Minna'.Who is Doon?

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Geoffrey Bateman ... Douglas Quadrant

Amanda Redman ... Helen Missal
Elizabeth Bennett ... Fabia Quadrant
Malcolm Storry ... Mr. Ron Parsons
Petra Davies ... Miss Fowler
Sasha Mitchell ... WPC
Sally Grace ... Clare Clark
Amanda Mainard ... Di Stevens
John Salthouse ... Peter Missal

Christopher Fulford ... Dudley Drury (as Chris Fulford)
Sandy McDade ... Moira
Julia Chambers ... Margaret Parsons
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford (as Louie Ramsey)
Norman Tyrrell ... Drury Senior
Ken Kitson ... Det Sgt Martin
Bridget Brammall ... Janet Tipping
Samantha Edmonds ... Young Margaret
Rachel Rogaly ... Young Fabia
Eleanor Caird ... Young Helen
Sophie Thursfield ... Young Claire
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Dave Hill ... DCC Freeborn
Amanda Walker ... Debbie Davidson
David Timson ... Mr. Burrow

William Ilkley ... Bysouth
Jean Marlow ... Mrs. Stibbs
Stanley Page ... Newsagent
Colin Campbell ... Sgt Willoughby (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: From Doon with Death: Part Two

17 November 1991
Although Mr. Parsons is under the impression that he and his wife knew nobody in Kingsmarkham it turns out that Margaret had two school acquaintances in the town, Helen Missal and Fabia Quadrant, who are now both married to very wealthy men. Wexford assumes that one of these men is Doon, and was having an affair with the victim, but appearances can be deceptive...

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Geoffrey Bateman ... Douglas Quadrant

Amanda Redman ... Helen Missal
Elizabeth Bennett ... Fabia Quadrant
Malcolm Storry ... Mr. Ron Parsons
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Sally Grace ... Clare Clark
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Amanda Mainard ... Di Stevens
John Salthouse ... Peter Missal

Christopher Fulford ... Dudley Drury (as Chris Fulford)
Sandy McDade ... Moira
Julia Chambers ... Margaret Parsons
Colin Campbell ... Sgt Willoughby
Dave Hill ... DCC Freeborn
Ken Kitson ... D. S. Martin
Amanda Walker ... Debbie Davidson

Season 5, Episode 9: Means of Evil: Part One

24 November 1991
Inspector Wexford is confronted with a murder in a vegetarian family and wonders how many kinds of mushrooms there are.

Season 5, Episode 10: Means of Evil: Part Two

1 December 1991

Season 5, Episode 11: Achilles Heel

26 December 1991
When Wexford and Burden go on a holiday to France together with their wives, they meet an alluring English couple. Reg becomes transfixed by the wife, and is shocked when he gets back home to hear she has been kidnapped.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden

Stephen Dillane ... Philip Blackstock
Kim Barclay ... Iris Blackstock
André Oumansky ... Ange

Julia Lane ... Anna Ashby
Robert Hands ... PC Stevens
Charlotte Howard ... Linda Blackstock
Norman Eshley ... Jon Walsh
Sadie Shimmin ... Cleaner
Saira Todd ... Lucy Rieux
Kate O'Connell ... Jane Conway
Preston Lockwood ... Auden
Ann Way ... Mrs. Penn (as Anna Way)
Philip McGough ... Forensic scientist

Richard Strange ... Photographer

Angie Hill ... Blonde model (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: The Speaker of Mandarin: Part One

27 September 1992
Having attended a police conference in China Wexford joins a group of British tourists in Hong Kong including former barrister Adam Knighton and his wife Adela, not the most loving of couples. on return to Kingsmarkham he learns that Mrs. Knighton, who lived nearby,was murdered in an apparent robbery. Burden suspects that an ex-con with a grudge against Mr. Knighton may be responsible but draws blanks. Wexford is convinced that the death is linked to something that happened in China and interrogates the holidaying party.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden

Virginia McKenna ... Milborough Lang
Patrick Drury ... Chief Supt. Howard Fortune
Norman Rodway ... Adam Knighton
Denyse Alexander ... Adela Knighton

Annette Crosbie ... Irene Bell
Kay Tong Lim ... Sung Lao Zhong
Michael Carter ... Lewis Fanning
Marjorie Yates ... Hilda Avery
Maggie Steed ... Janine
Frances Cuka ... Lois Knox

Dominic Jephcott ... Gordon Vinald
Helena Michell ... Pandora Vinald
Fiona Walker ... Margery Bauman

Matthew Marsh ... Angus Norris

Olivia Williams ... Jennifer Norris
Stephen Jameson ... CID officer
David Conville ... Burnett
Christine Collins ... Shop assistant
Ian East ... Jack Hayward
Arbel Jones ... Mrs. Fanning
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Ken Kitson ... Sgt Martin
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Alex Leppard ... Kevin Smith
Barry Lowe ... Silver Perry
Dave Atkins ... Bingley
Colin Campbell ... Sgt Willoughby
Annabelle Lanyon ... Miss Elf
Ian Barritt ... Bank manager
Mary Jo Randle ... Mrs. Thompson
Frederick Treves ... Dobson Flint

Season 6, Episode 4: The Mouse in the Corner: Part One

18 October 1992
Tom Peterlee, a member of a large family who live in three adjoining cottages, is murdered. Eva, his mother is quite cavalier in reaction to his death in Wexford's opinion and other family members are no more helpful. Heather, his widow, seems dumb with grief and his brother and meek sister-in-law are similarly evasive. Family friend Carol is more forthcoming, providing Heather with an alibi, but Wexford is sure one of the Peterlees is a killer. Burden has problems of his own when his daughter starts dating a married man and a series of ramraids in Kingsmarkham add to Wexford's problems.

Season 6, Episode 6: An Unwanted Woman: Part One

1 November 1992

Season 6, Episode 7: An Unwanted Woman: Part Two

1 November 1992
When a 92-year old lady dies, Reg becomes suspicious that there was more to it than old age, and begins an investigation into the slightly sinister elderly retired community surrounding her.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden

Georgina Cates ... Sophie Stacey (as Clare Woodgate)
Eileen Page ... Ann Waterton
Susan Wooldridge ... Hilary Stacey
Marjorie Summerville ... Elsie Parrish (as Marjorie Sommerville)
Terry John ... Car salesman
John Conroy ... Desmond Stacey
Tilly Tremayne ... Matron
Maggie Holland ... Doreen Betts

Peter Copley ... Harry Betts
Barrie Shore ... Hospital sister
Ian Gelder ... Peter Renton
Roger Griffiths ... Roy Smith (painter)
Ken Kitson ... Sgt Martin
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker

Vincent Regan ... Dr. Jim Moss
Basil Moss ... Coroner

Season 6, Episode 8: Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part One

15 November 1992
When an off-duty DS Martin tries to be a hero during a bank robbery, not only does he get shot dead, but it also triggers a chain of events involving murders and deceit.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Jacqueline Defferary ... Daisy

Sean Pertwee ... Det. Sgt. Barry Vine
Ken Kitson ... Sgt. Martin

Steven Mackintosh ... Nicholas Virson

Anne Reid ... Joyce Virson
Jacqueline Tong ... Bib Mew
Sasha Mitchell ... DC Carla Maynard

Bernice Stegers ... Joanne Garland
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Fairfax
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford

Nigel Whitmey ... Thanny Hogarth
Julia Wallace ... Ishbel MacSamphire
Susan Brown ... Brenda Harrison
John Burgess ... Dr. Len Crocker
Anthony Higginson ... Dr. Basil Quist
Colin McCormack ... Ken Harrison
Robert Morgan ... John Gabbitas

Billy Murray ... Gunner Jones
Harry Peacock ... Ed Martin
Joseph Peters ... Jem Hocking
James Ryland ... Andy Griffin
Howard Southern ... Alan Rodgers
John Warnaby ... Augustus Casey
Peggy Ann Wood ... Mrs. Chowney
Charles Collingwood ... Restaurant Manager
Fern Britton ... Newscaster
Samuel Cains ... Mark Burden
Angela Crow ... Mrs. Griffin
David Jackson ... Mr. Griffin
Chris Matthews ... Prison Doctor
Rosalind Thomas ... Charge Nurse
Mike Eastman ... Mourner (uncredited)
Dave Hill ... DCC Freeborn (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Kissing the Gunner's Daughter: Part Two

22 November 1992

Andrew Brett ... Jason Sebright

Bernice Stegers ... Joanne Garland
Jacqueline Tong ... Bib Mew

Season 6, Episode 12: Talking to Strange Men

27 December 1992
John Creevey has recently separated from his wife Jennifer and is still obsessed with her and Peter Mullin, the new man in her life. Many years ago his sister Cherry had been murdered and her fiancé, Mark Simms, now John's best friend, had been the prime suspect. When the police reopen the case and Simms is again under suspicion, John begins to doubt his friend's innocence, until Mark tells him of sordid details about Cherry's promiscuous past - and her relationship with Peter Mullin. When John discovers a series of coded messages hidden beneath a railway bridge, he throws himself into solving them, as a way of taking his mind off Jennifer. He believes that he has uncovered the communications of a gang of terrorists, not realising that it is just schoolboys at rival public schools, playing at being spies. To punish Peter Mullin for breaking up his marriage, and wrongly suspecting that he may have killed Cherry, he plants a coded message for the "terrorists", ordering them to "eliminate" Peter. In doing so he unwittingly sets in motion a chilling meeting between Peter Mullin and one of the schoolboys, Charles Mabledene, which reveals some very unsavoury things about Mullin's feelings towards young boys...
John Duttine ... John Creevey
Mel Martin ... Jennifer Creevey

Ralph Brown ... Peter Mullin
Nicholas Haley ... Mungo Cameron

Harmage Singh Kalirai ... Sikh
Adrian Ross Magenty ... Angus Cameron (as Adrian Ross-Magenty)

Miles Anderson ... Mark Simms
Elspeth Charlton ... Dr. Lucy Cameron
Basil Moss ... Dr. Fergus Cameron
Trevor Cooper ... DCI Fordwych
Abigail McKern ... WDC Susan Aubrey

Justin Chadwick ... Gavin
Corrin Helliwell ... Les
Josephine Clarke ... Sharon
Sara Griffiths ... Penelope - Librarian
Richard Williams ... Graham O'Neill
Robert Jones ... Charles Mabledene
Alastair Haley ... Patrick Crashaw
Val Lorraine ... Woman with Cat
Anthony Lowe ... Prefect
Geoffrey Greenhill ... Vic Mabledene
Susan Tracy ... Gloria Mabledene

Keeley Hawes ... Sarah Mabledene
Jonathan Bancroft ... Nigel Hobhouse
Antony Patience ... Desk Sergeant
Jane Evers ... Female Administrator
Leslie O'Hara ... Distraught Woman
Nigel Burwood ... TV Newscaster

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Master of the Moor: Part 1

2 September 1994
Stephen Whalby loves the moor. When a series of senseless murders of young women invades his beloved moor, he becomes intrigued...and a suspect.

Colin Firth ... Stephen Whalby
B.J. McLagan ... Young Stephen Whalby

Rachel Fielding ... Painter on the Moor
Emma Croft ... Lyn Whalby
John Michie ... Nick

Sylvia Syms ... Stephen's mother
Andy Greenhalgh ... Landlord
Robert Urquhart ... Dadda Whalby

George Costigan ... Det. Insp. Manciple
Ingrid Lacey ... Newspaper Reporter
Richard Graham ... Moor Man
Hugh Downer ... Young Peter
Jane Ellison ... Botanist
Stephanie Buttle ... Joanne (uncredited)
Peter Gilmore ... Frank Malm (uncredited)
Patricia Hayes ... Grannie Naulls (uncredited)
Linda Spurrier ... Psychiatrist (uncredited)
Sion Tudor Owen ... D. C. Symons (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Master of the Moor: Part 2

9 September 1994
The second murdered woman is a Mrs Morgan, a local whom Stephen had previously met, albeit briefly, on two occasion. DI Manciple questions him aggressively and Stephen appears confused. Stephen is clearly not a happy man and many of the psychological issues he has to deal with relate to being abandoned by his mother when he was just a young lad. His father never really recovered from her departure either. The situation leads to a major row with Lyn who asks him if he killed the women, but he admits he doesn't really know. Unbeknown to Stephen, Lyn has started a relationship with Nick and she reveals that although married for four years, the marriage was never consummated.

Colin Firth ... Stephen Whalby

George Costigan ... Det. Insp. Manciple
Emma Croft ... Lyn Whalby
John Michie ... Nick
Robert Urquhart ... Dadda Whalby
Linda Spurrier ... Psychiatrist
Stephanie Buttle ... Joanne
Ingrid Lacey ... Newspaper Reporter
Peter Gilmore ... Frank Malm
B.J. McLagan ... Young Stephen Whalby
Richard Graham ... Moor Man
Patricia Hayes ... Grannie Naulls
Hugh Downer ... Young Boy

Sylvia Syms ... Mrs. Whalby

Rachel Fielding ... Painter on the Moor

Season 7, Episode 3: Master of the Moor: Part 3

16 September 1994
Slowly, Stephen Whalby's world begins to collapse around him. His mother's visit has profoundly shaken him and his idealized image of her as forever young and forever beautiful has been shattered. He finally identifies the mysterious man walking the moor as his childhood friend Peter Knowles who has returned to the area after having trekked around the world. Lynn admits to him that she has had an affair but has told Nick it is over and wants to repair her relationship with Stephen. Finally, Stephen locates a cave where he once played and now clearly has someone living there. He also finds evidence that it's the murderer's lair. When a third woman is found dead on the moor, DI Manciple begins to question if it was committed by the same person who committed the first two killings.

Colin Firth ... Stephen Whalby
Emma Croft ... Lyn Whalby
John Michie ... Nick
Richard Graham ... Peter Naulls
Robert Urquhart ... Dadda Whalby
Stephanie Buttle ... Joanne

George Costigan ... Det. Insp. Manciple

Rachel Fielding ... Painter on the Moor
B.J. McLagan ... Young Stephen Whalby
Hugh Downer ... Young Peter Naulls
Sion Tudor Owen ... D.C. Symons

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Vanity Dies Hard: Part 1

24 March 1995
When wealthy middle-aged divorcée Alice Fielding, marries a handsome younger man, her best friend Nesta, who has fallen on hard times, begins to resent her.
Jane Gurnett ... Nesta Drage

Leslie Phillips ... Justin Whittaker
Leonard Preston ... Hugo Whittaker
Arthur White ... Mr. Snow
David Hargreaves ... Mr. Feast

Rebecca Lacey ... Daphne Feast

Peter Egan ... Harry Blunden
Eleanor David ... Alice Fielding
Melanie Kilburn ... Jackie Whittaker
Damian Hunt ... Mark Whittaker
William Holmes ... Chris Whittaker
Shirley Cain ... Doctor's receptionist
Mark Frankel ... Andrew Fielding
Anne Jameson ... Mrs. Johnson
Michael Parkhouse ... Vicar
Joanna Kanska ... Pernille Madsen
John Gill ... Old man
Annoushka Le Gallois ... Florist assistant
James Bowers ... Postman

Season 8, Episode 2: Vanity Dies Hard: Part 2

31 March 1995
Alice is concerned at Nesta's sudden disappearance, particularly in view of veiled comments Nesta had made about a mysterious man friend. She traces Nesta's mail to a seedy hotel in Brighton, where she is told that Nesta has been and gone and that 'Mr. Drage' took her belongings. She is unconvinced and Andrew is annoyed by her apparent obsession but they reconcile and attend the opening of the by-pass. Further revelations about Nesta's hasty departure cause Alice to believe she was murdered and when Alice goes down with a virus she wonders if the killer is after her too. She is unhappy at the whispered conversations between Andrew and the Polish au pair, who is in possession of a letter from Nesta post-marked 'Orphington'. She believes Nesta has been harmed and is determined to find out more
Eleanor David ... Alice Fielding
Mark Frankel ... Andrew Fielding
Joanna Kanska ... Pernille Madsen
Melanie Kilburn ... Jackie Whittaker
Leonard Preston ... Hugo Whittaker

Leslie Phillips ... Justin Whittaker

Peter Egan ... Harry Blunden
Bob Barrett ... Hotel receptionist
Patricia Samuels ... Lady Minister
Arthur White ... Mr. Snow
Eric Mason ... Len Cox
Jane Gurnett ... Nesta Drage

Rebecca Lacey ... Daphne Feast
David Hargreaves ... Mr. Feast

Season 8, Episode 3: Vanity Dies Hard: Part 3

7 April 1995
Alice Fielding is shocked when her friend, Dr. Harry Blunden tells her that Nesta was having an affair with her husband Andrew. He vehemently denies it telling Alice he hated the woman and while she accepts his explanation, she is more convinced than ever that someone is trying to poison her. When she notices that the typewriter in Andrew's study is the one used to type the letters she received from Nesta, she believes Harry may have been on to something. As she runs out of the house in fear of her life, the killer takes charge of her leading to an inevitable conclusion.
Eleanor David ... Alice Fielding
Mark Frankel ... Andrew Fielding

Peter Egan ... Harry Blunden

Leslie Phillips ... Justin Whittaker
Jane Gurnett ... Nesta Drage
Anne Jameson ... Mrs. Johnson
Joanna Kanska ... Pernille Madsen
Melanie Kilburn ... Jackie Whittaker

Rebecca Lacey ... Daphne Feast
Michael Parkhouse ... Vicar
Leonard Preston ... Hugo Whittaker
Charles Daish ... PC Bob Briley (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 4: The Strawberry Tree: Part 1

21 April 1995
When she was a young girl on the island of Majorca Petra Summerton was traumatised by the events of the Summer when her beloved older brother Piers and his cousin Rosario, to whom he was getting married, disappeared. Now she is middle-aged Petra still finds it hard to get over the situation.

Lisa Harrow ... Petra Summers

Simon Ward ... Will Harvey
David Collings ... Michael Sunderton
Karen Archer ... Alice Sunderton
Eleanor Bron ... Rosario

Cordelia Bugeja ... Young Rosario

Tom Chadbon ... Piers
Morgan Deare ... Ronald Harvey
Emma Dewhurst ... Estate Agent
Terrence Hardiman ... Solicitor
Michael Haughey ... Doctor

Mary Healey ... Iris Harvey
Tamara Hinchco ... Woman - Rosario Imposter
Pascal Hunt ... Young Piers Sunderton

Joanna Jeffrees ... Young Girl
Phillip Manikum ... The Man Piers Imposter
John Moreno ... Stephano
Alan Penn ... Man - Piers Imposter

Ruth Posner ... Edwina Blanche
Bruce Purchase ... Bearded Man
Franco Rey ... Captain Saltona
Alex Scott ... Young Will Harvey
Philip Stone ... Roger Summers
Inez Thorn ... Micaela Carlos
Maryann Turner ... Mrs. Morris
Tamara Ustinov ... District Nurse
Arturo Venegas ... Jose Carlos

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Young Petra Sunderton

Susannah Wise ... Shop Assistant (as Susannah Walker Wise)

Season 8, Episode 5: The Strawberry Tree: Part 2

28 April 1995
Petra is now happy with a man called Will Harvey but still wonders as to the fate of Piers. Then out of the blue he turns up along with his wife Rosario, but are they who they claim to be or is there a more sinister reason for their 'return', after all these years have gone by?

Lisa Harrow ... Petra Summers

Simon Ward ... Will Harvey
David Collings ... Michael Sunderton
Eleanor Bron ... Rosario

Tom Chadbon ... Piers
Tamara Hinchco ... Woman - Rosario Imposter
Phillip Manikum ... The Man Piers Imposter

Ruth Posner ... Edwina Blanche
Philip Stone ... Roger Summers

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Heartstones

1 January 1996


Anthony Andrews ... Luke Crossland

Elspet Gray ... Mrs. Crossland

Emily Mortimer ... Elvira Crossland

Daisy Haggard ... Spinny Crossland
Alan MacNaughton ... The Dean
Jack Galloway ... Anthony Lewis
Leon Lissek ... Professor Cyprian
Jeannie Crowther ... Rosemary

Roger Hammond ... Dr. Trewynne
Helena Michell ... Mary Leonard

Richard Cubison ... Dr. Bulmer
Ursula Mohan ... Mrs. Cyprian

Idris Elba ... Pest Controller
Gilbert Wynne ... Coroner
Lizzie Mickery ... Dr. Anna Sayles
Anthony Higginson ... Professor Walsh
Gresby Nash ... Daniel
Pamela Ruddock ... Invigilator
Marian Diamond ... Dr. Jamieson

Danny Dyer ... Tom

Joanna Jeffrees ... Young Girl Passer-By (uncredited)

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Season 9, Episode 3: Simisola: Part One

26 January 1996
The 22 year old daughter of Wexford's new Nigerian doctor reports his 22 year old daughter missing and the last person known to have seen her is found murdered.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Jane Lapotaire ... Anouk Khoori

George Harris ... Dr. Raymond Akande
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford / Fairfax
Philip Bird ... Neil
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Adrian Martin ... Robin
Tom Donaldson ... Ben
Ellen Thomas ... Laurette Akande
Sasha Mitchell ... DS Karen Malahyde
Robin Kermode ... Sgt. Vine

Idris Elba ... Raffy
Daniel Ilsley ... Gary

David Doyle ... Dean
Barrie Shore ... Mrs. Stowlap
Trevor Byfield ... Leyton

Razaaq Adoti ... Patrick Akande
Alison Fielding ... Ingrid Pamber
Charles Simon ... Percy Hammond
Pauline Munro ... Mrs. Harris
Jane Wyatt ... Newsreader
Naomi Buch ... Susan Riding

Emily Hamilton ... Sophie Riding

Michael Cochrane ... Swithun Riding
Shaughan Seymour ... Bruce Snow
Meg Davies ... Carolyn Snow

Joanna Jeffrees ... Fortune Teller (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 4: Simisola: Part Two

2 February 1996
Wexford finds suspect who burgled the house of the murdered unemployment worker and believes he has discovered the body of Dr. Akande's missing daughter.

George Baker ... Det. Chief Insp. Reg Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Mike Burden
Jane Lapotaire ... Anouk Khoori
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden

George Harris ... Dr. Raymond Akande
Robin Kermode ... Sgt. Vine

Paul Trussell ... Market trader

Kelly Reilly ... Kimberley
Barrie Shore ... Mrs. Stowlap
Guy Oliver-Watts ... Zack Nelson

Idris Elba ... Pest Controller
Daniel Ilsley ... Gary

David Doyle ... Dean
Sasha Mitchell ... DS Karen Malahyde
John Middleton ... Peter Stanton
Meg Davies ... Carolyn Snow
Shaughan Seymour ... Bruce Snow
Julie Peasgood ... Cookie Dix
Robert Fyfe ... Alexander Dix

Robert Portal ... Christopher Riding

Michael Cochrane ... Swithun Riding
Alison Fielding ... Ingrid Pamber
Robin Lermitte ... Mavrikiev
Loretta Parnell ... Simisola (Sojourner)

Razaaq Adoti ... Patrick Akande
Ellen Thomas ... Laurette Akande
Tim Stern ... Minister Fletcher
Adrian Martin ... Robin
Tom Donaldson ... Ben
Marcia Tucker ... Oni Johnson

Season 9, Episode 5: Simisola: Part Three

9 February 1996
With his best witness still comatose, Wexford deduces the unidentified dead girl was an abused servant, so he seeks the truth in the homes of the well-to-do.

Season 9, Episode 6: The Secret House of Death: Part 1

8 March 1996
A lonely divorcée becomes involved with a neighbor whose wife and her lover carried out a suicide pact.

Amanda Redman ... Susan Townsend
Sarah Parks ... Louise North
Adam Welsh ... Paul Townsend (as Adam Welch)
Amanda Royle ... Dawn
Sally Kinghorn ... Rebecca

Owen Teale ... Bob North
Ian Thompson ... Det. Insp. Ulph
Nicola Redmond ... Det. Sgt. Mary Janes
Robert Burbage ... Pathologist

Jonathan Linsley ... Carl Heller

Lucy Cohu ... Magdelene Heller
Julian Fox ... Coroner
Richard Jones ... Television News Reporter
Vinny Dhillon ... Doctor
Martin Hall ... Magician
Phillip Molyneux ... Mr. Buyer

Joanna Jeffrees ... Shop Girl

Season 9, Episode 7: The Secret House of Death: Part 2

15 March 1996
Unaware that Bob and Magdalene are the adulterers who murdered their spouses and faked the suicide pact, Susan offers her neighbour comfort, which he pretends to accept in order to find out how much she knows. However, whilst her son is on holiday with his father she does some sleuthing which links him with Magdalene. He comes after her and she is rescued by an unlikely saviour.

Amanda Redman ... Susan Townsend
Sarah Parks ... Louise North
Adam Welsh ... Paul Townsend (as Adam Welch)
Amanda Royle ... Dawn
Sally Kinghorn ... Rebecca

Owen Teale ... Bob North
Ian Thompson ... Det. Insp. Ulph
Nicola Redmond ... Det. Sgt. Mary Janes
Robert Burbage ... Pathologist

Jonathan Linsley ... Carl Heller

Lucy Cohu ... Magdelene Heller
Julian Fox ... Coroner
Richard Jones ... Television News Reporter
Vinny Dhillon ... Doctor
Martin Hall ... Magician
Phillip Molyneux ... Mr. Buyer
Trevor Sellers ... Julian Townsend
Wendy MacAdam ... Shop Assistant
Clare Kelly ... Woman in Graveyard

Season 9, Episode 8: A Case of Coincidence: Part One

22 March 1996
After four attractive women are found strangled in and around the local river, the free-spirited wife of a London doctor is killed while on an extramarital assignation.
Caroline Bliss ... Sarah Quin
Robin Summers ... Barman
Keith Barron ... Inspector Masters

Ronald Pickup ... Chief Inspector Moore
Garry Cooper ... Sergeant Holt
Don Henderson ... Ray Brannel
Michael Fitzgerald ... Edward Brannel
Ken Wynne ... Frank Preston

Pip Torrens ... Michael Quin
Amanda Pointer ... Female Student
Andrew MacLachlan ... Tony English
Angela Curran ... Chambermaid
Thomas Wheatley ... Dangerfield
Jack Klaff ... Stockton
Kate Buffery ... Dr. Lucas
Rosemary Martin ... Mrs. Cutforth

Helen Lindsay ... Mrs. Quin
Christopher James ... Police Constable
George Raistrick ... Farmer
Michael Parkhouse ... Solicitor
Brian Poyser ... Freddie Wyatt
Roger Brierley ... Defence Barrister

Joanna Jeffrees ... Young Student (uncredited)

John Lanasis ... Arresting Constable (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 9: A Case of Coincidence: Part Two

29 March 1996
The investigation leads to Eddie Brannel, a mentally challenged childhood friend of Sara's, and although he admits to the other killings he denies killing her.
Keith Barron ... Inspector Masters
Caroline Bliss ... Sarah Quin
Don Henderson ... Ray Brannel
Michael Fitzgerald ... Edward Brannel
Garry Cooper ... Sergeant Holt
Kate Buffery ... Dr. Lucas

Pip Torrens ... Michael Quin
Thomas Wheatley ... Dangerfield
Brian Poyser ... Freddie Wyatt
Andrew MacLachlan ... Tony English
Robin Summers ... Barman

Ronald Pickup ... Chief Inspector Moore
Michael Parkhouse ... Solicitor
Roger Brierley ... Defence Barrister
Jack Klaff ... Stockton
Angela Curran ... Chambermaid (uncredited)
Christopher James ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Joanna Jeffrees ... Young Swimmer at Pool (uncredited)

Helen Lindsay ... Mrs. Quin (uncredited)
Rosemary Martin ... Mrs. Cutforth (uncredited)
Amanda Pointer ... Female Student (uncredited)
George Raistrick ... Farmer (uncredited)
Ken Wynne ... Frank Preston (uncredited)

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: The Double

3 January 1997
Two identical women, one virginal and good and the other sexy and seductive, vie for the affections of a young stockbroker,
Camilla Power ... Lisa / Zoe

Jason Flemyng ... Peter Milton
Lalor Roddy ... John Amber Powell
Michelle Newell ... Andrea Cleasant
Helen Blatch ... Annabel
Frances Jeater ... Rebecca Horowitz
Eileen Davies ... Marge

Navin Chowdhry ... Amal
Victoria Duarri ... Diana
Oliver Young ... Steve Moss
Faroque Khan ... Licensee
Alison Reid ... Young Mother
Lara Bobroff ... Body Double
Daniel Fearn ... Courier

Joanna Jeffrees ... Young Girl in Street (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 2: Bribery & Corruption: Part One

17 January 1997
A recent college graduate believes he loves the wife of his father's former friend, but young Nicholas does not know that she's having an affair with his father.

James D'Arcy ... Nicholas Hawthorne (Aged 22)
Fiona Mollison ... Emma Sorensen
Damian Zuk ... Nicholas Hawthorne (Aged 16 / 17) (as Damien Zuk)

Tim Woodward ... Nick Hawthorne
Janet Dale ... Delia Myerson
Abigail Cruttenden ... Annabel Lynes
Hugh Simon ... Hotel Maitre D'

Paul Freeman ... Julius Sorensen
Cara Konig ... Sonia
Tony Spooner ... Shears
Lawrence Mullin ... Murray

Ravi Kapoor ... Det. Sgt. Khan
William Chubb ... Det. Insp. Macarthy
Des McAleer ... Edwin
Robert Oates ... Fishmonger (as Bob Oates)

Joanna Jeffrees ... Staff Nurse (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 3: Bribery and Corruption: Part Two

24 January 1997
Nick's father remains in a coma after a suicide attempt as the police make him a prime suspect in his lover's murder, but young Nick and Annabel conduct their own investigation.

Tim Woodward ... Nick Hawthorne

James D'Arcy ... Nicholas Hawthorne

Ravi Kapoor ... Det. Sgt. Khan

Paul Freeman ... Julius Sorensen
Des McAleer ... Edwin
Abigail Cruttenden ... Annabel Lynes
Janet Dale ... Delia Myerson
Cara Konig ... Sonia
Fiona Mollison ... Emma Sorenson
Hugh Simon ... Restaurant Maitre D'
Lawrence Mullin ... Murray
Tony Spooner ... Shears
William Chubb ... Det. Insp. Macarthy
Oliver Fox ... Doctor
Charlotte Teichman ... Receptionist
Dean Atkinson ... Bouncer
Stanley Kowalski ... Car Park attendent

Joanna Jeffrees ... Staff Nurse (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 4: May and June: Part One

7 February 1997
After a lifetime of sibling rivalry, mousy May accepts an invitation from her recently-widowed younger sister June, to live with her in her elegant home.
Christine Kavanagh ... June Symonds

Michael Nardone ... Mortuary Attendant

Phoebe Nicholls ... May Thrace
Tina Hobley ... Woman on train
Albert Welling ... Mr. Thrace

Charlotte Mason-Apps ... May (aged 3)
Gabrielle Reidy ... Mrs. Thrace
Lloyd McGuire ... Man on train

Jessica Fox ... May (aged 13)
Claire Szekeres ... June (aged 10)
John Moreno ... Taxi driver
Lalita Ahmed ... Asian Mother
Anisha Gangotra ... Asian Girl
Dhupral Patel ... Asian Girl
Sally Sanders ... Landlady
Stuart Fox ... Vicar

Julian Wadham ... John Dyson

Elizabeth Ashley ... Margaret Lipton
William Scott-Masson ... William Symonds (as William Scott Masson)
Guvvy ... Dog
Alistair Findlay ... Dr. Kendrew (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 5: May and June: Part Two

14 February 1997
After accepting her sister's offer of reconciliation, May emerges from her mousy shell and seduces her sister's lover.

Julian Wadham ... John Dyson

Phoebe Nicholls ... May Thrace
Christine Kavanagh ... June Symonds
Sally Sanders ... Landlady
Elizabeth Ashley ... Margaret Lipton
Stuart Fox ... Vicar
Alistair Findlay ... Dr. Kendrew

Season 10, Episode 6: Thornapple

31 January 1997
Twelve-year-old James lives with his parents and sister. He has a scientific mind and a load of jars, all containing poisons which he has manufactured from plants in the garden - his favourite being Thornapple. When cousin Mirabel and her baby come to stay, James is captivated by Mirabel, who has been rejected by her boyfriend. Mirabel's aunt June, who had also rejected her, suddenly puts her into her good books again, but when June dies, supposedly of gastric complications and leaving Mirabel a large sum of money, James has his doubts as to the true cause of death.
Freddie Findlay ... James Fyfield
Neil Daglish ... Tim Fyfield

Susan Penhaligon ... Beth Fyfield
Katie Havelaar Cook ... Rosamund Fyfield
Beth Goddard ... Mirabel Davenport
Mica Lee ... Oliver
Alan Bodenham ... Taxi Driver

Ruth Platt ... Lucy

Barbara Jefford ... Aunt June
Neil Phillips ... Dent

Simon Hepworth ... Doctor
James Snell ... Solicitor
Glen Goei ... Francis

Season 10, Episode 7: Front Seat

21 February 1997
When Cecily Branksome retires back to her old home town over her husband's objections she becomes involved with her boorish old boyfriend and a 30 year old murder.

Janet Suzman ... Cecily Branksome

Edward Hardwicke ... Hugh Branksome

Joyce Redman ... Mrs. Jones

Richard Johnson ... Arnold Cottle
Danny Spring ... Young Bartender
David Trevena ... Man In Toilet
Edward Clayton ... Landlord
David Huntington ... Rupert
Griff Mellhuish ... Ralph
Shari Hughes ... Alice
Maxime Allan ... Rose

Joanna Jeffrees ... Ellen

Season 10, Episode 8: A Dark Blue Perfume

15 August 1997
A middle-aged man is still haunted by a love affair from his youth which almost ended in murder.

Susannah York ... Liz

John Castle ... Mark

David Ryall ... Bill
Peter Helmer ... Removal Man
Sara Markland ... Sarah
Rowena Cooper ... Sheila

Linda Quinn ... Cleaner
Charlotte Avery ... Young Katherine
Mark Mordue ... Young Mark
Tina Marian ... Doctor
Nick Marshall ... 1st Thug
William Oliver ... 2nd Thug
Helen Rimmer ... Woman in Pub
Bridget Armstrong ... Old Katherine
Chris Barfoot ... The Protector (uncredited)

Joanna Jeffrees ... Prostitute (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Man in Pub (uncredited)

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: The Going Wrong: Part 1

2 June 1998
A successful businessman runs into his old girlfriend. Although she treats him politely, his rekindled feelings to her border on nothing less than obsession.

James Callis ... Guy Curran

Josephine Butler ... Leonora Chisholm

Daniel Caltagirone ... Danny Danilo
Hosh Kane ... Linus Pinedo (as Hosh Ibrahim)
Sara Kestelman ... Tessa Mandeville
Jack Tanner ... Robin Chisholm
Philip Locke ... Magnus Mandeville
Kate Lynn Evans ... Susannah Chisholm
Sylvester Morand ... Anthony Chisholm
Tenniel Evans ... Coroner
Lisa Dulson ... Tanya
Rebecca Craig ... Rachel Lingard

Inday Ba ... Celeste Seton

Rick Warden ... William Newton

Season 11, Episode 2: The Going Wrong: Part 2

9 June 1998
Guy's obsession with his old girlfriend Leonora and becomes convinced that someone close to her is poisoning her against him.

James Callis ... Guy Curran

Daniel Caltagirone ... Danny Danilo
Rebecca Craig ... Rachel Lingard
Kate Lynn Evans ... Susannah Chisholm
Sylvester Morand ... Anthony Chisolm
Philip Locke ... Magnus Mandeville
Sara Kestelman ... Tessa Mandeville
Jack Tanner ... Robin Chisholm

Josephine Butler ... Leonora Chisholm

Inday Ba ... Celeste Seton

Rick Warden ... William Newton
Hosh Kane ... Lindus Pinedo (as Hosh Ibrahim)
Lisa Dulson ... Tanya
Bee Jay ... Duty Nurse (as Beejaye)
Robert Kingswell ... Melvyn

Season 11, Episode 3: The Going Wrong: Part 3

16 June 1998
Invited to Leonora and William's for dinner, Guy goes mad when he learns that they will be moving to Manchester and attacks William. He's subsequently surprised when Leonora asks him to spend a Saturday with her but is aghast when owing to a mis-communication, his friend Danny tells him of the hit he has arranged on Rachel. When Leonora fails to appear for their lunch on Saturday, he realizes it was all a ploy. Drifting in and pout of fantasy, he decides to seek a final revenge.

James Callis ... Guy Curran

Rick Warden ... William Newton

Josephine Butler ... Leonora Chisholm
Gary Moynihan ... Houseman

Inday Ba ... Celeste Seton

Daniel Caltagirone ... Danny Danilo
Lisa Dulson ... Tanya
Paul Birchard ... American Gambler
Rebecca Craig ... Rachel Lingard
Sylvester Morand ... Anthony Chisolm
Sara Kestelman ... Tessa Mandeville
Philip Locke ... Magnus Mandeville
Jack Tanner ... Robin Chisholm
Kate Lynn Evans ... Susannah Chisholm
Hosh Kane ... Linus Pinedo (as Hosh Ibrahim)
Joanne Howarth ... Detective Inspector Shaw
Marcus Kelly ... Detective Sergent Wallace (as Danny Kelly)

Season 11, Episode 4: Road Rage: Part One

8 November 1998
A young German girl mysteriously disappears from outside a pub and a group of environmentalist stage a sit in to prevent a bypass from being built through a forest.

George Baker ... D.C.I. Reg Wexford
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Isobel Middleton ... Det. Sgt. Malahyde
Jack Klaff ... King of the Wood (aka Conrad Tarling)
Lex van Delden ... Herr Ranke

Lynne Wilmot ... Freya
Fiona Welburn ... Myrna
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Ian Bartholomew ... Stanley Trotter

Natalie Walter ... Tanya Paine
Robert Morgan ... Timothy Jordan
Robin Kermode ... Det. Sgt. Vine
Deborah Poplett ... Sheila Wexford (as Debra Poplett)
John Forgeham ... Pub Landlord
Iain Fraser ... Robert Barrett
Neil McCaul ... Chief Const. Ryder
Margaret John ... Mary Pearson
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford

Joanna Scanlan ... Audrey Barker
Maryann Turner ... Mrs. Peabody
Amanda Boxer ... Clare Cox
Trevor Ray ... Newspaper Editor
Daniel de la Falaise ... Andrew Struther (as Daniel de la Felaise)
Nigel Pegram ... Owen Struther
Patricia Garwood ... Kitty Struther
Natasha Estelle Williams ... Roxanne Johnson
Timothy Evans ... Ryan Barker
Judith Scott ... Det. Insp. Weaver
James Allen ... Det. Sgt. Slesar
Jean Warren ... Mrs. Dickson, Pub Landlady
Chris Barfoot ... The pisser in the hole (uncredited)
R.J. Freeman ... Desk sergeant (uncredited)

Joanna Jeffrees ... DT Insp Parker (uncredited)
Andrew Roberts ... Large Bailiff (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 5: Road Rage: Part Two

9 November 1998
Wexford's wife Dora is released by the terrorists, but the body of young Roxanne is found dead, and young Ryan has apparently defected to the terrorists.

George Baker ... D.C.I. Wexford
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Timothy Evans ... Ryan Barker
Nigel Pegram ... Owen Struther
Patricia Garwood ... Kitty Struther
Natasha Estelle Williams ... Roxanne Johnson
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden
Christopher Ravenscroft ... Det. Insp. Burden
Owen Scott ... Paul Curzon
Debbie Middleton ... Newsreader
Robert Morgan ... Timothy Jordan
Fiona Welburn ... Myrna
Jack Klaff ... King of the Wood (aka Conrad Tarling)
Judith Sharp ... Frenchie Collins
Judith Scott ... Det. Insp. Weaver
Isobel Middleton ... Det. Sgt. Malahyde
Daniel de la Falaise ... Andrew Struther
James Allen ... Det. Sgt. Slesar
Robin Kermode ... Det. Sgt. Vine
Patsy Byrne ... Daisy Panick
David Foxxe ... Robert Panick

Joanna Scanlan ... Audrey Barker
Maryann Turner ... Mrs. Peabody

Russell Mabey ... Colum Tarling
Neil McCaul ... Chief Const. Ryder
Ian Bartholomew ... Stanley Trotter

Natalie Walter ... Tanya Paine
Robin Lermitte ... Mr. Mavrikiev
Amanda Boxer ... Clare Cox
Iris Russell ... Pamela Tarling
Peter Howell ... Charles Tarling
John Forgeham ... Pub Landlord
Jean Warren ... Mrs. Dickson, Pub Landlady
T.R. Bowen ... Jefrey Godwin (as Trevor Bowen)
Gary Mancini ... Protest Leading Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 6: You Can't Be Too Careful

24 December 1998
Prim businesswoman Della Galway has a compulsive penchant for double-locking doors but her new roommate is careless about security.
Serena Evans ... Della Galway

Simon Chandler ... Gerald Adrian
Jane Hazlegrove ... Rosamund
Paul Blair ... Chris
June Barrie ... Mrs. Swanson
Kate Binchy ... Valerie
Debbie Chazen ... Jackie
Les Doherty ... Edward
Gerard Fletcher ... Police Inspector

Season 11, Episode 7: The Orchard Walls

31 December 1998
A bright young teenage girl is 'farmed out' to relatives in the rural West Country during the Battle of Britain and makes many astute observations about life there.

Sylvia Syms ... Mrs. Thorn
John McGlynn ... Daniel

Honeysuckle Weeks ... Jenny

Marsha Fitzalan ... Clara

Fiona Dolman ... Ella
Rupert Procter ... Tom
Cherith Mellor ... Mrs. Leithman

Alexis Denisof ... Dennis
James Bree ... Vicar
Jon Glover ... Radio / Pathe News Announcer (voice)

Joanna Jeffrees ... Mother at Station

Season 11, Episode 8: The Lake of Darkness

3 May 1999
Quiet accountant Martin wins the lottery, but things take a turn for the worse when he meets Francesca, who is not what she seems.

Cal Macaninch ... Finn

Jerome Flynn ... Martin Urban
Eric Flynn ... Mr Urban
Martha Cope ... Caroline
Nick Reding ... Tim Sage

Omid Djalili ... Mr Kaiafas (as Omid Djalki)
Susie Fairfax ... Anne Blake
Liz Smith ... Lena Finn
Jean Challis ... Mrs Gogarty
Gillian Barge ... Mrs Urban

Sadie Frost ... Francesca
John Boswell ... Mr Beard
Jean Rimmer ... Miss Watson

Holly Earl ... Lindsey
Caroline Devlin ... Solicitor
Renu Setna ... Dr Ghopal
Kiran Mann ... Mrs Bhavnani (as Kiran Bhatt)
Soo Drouet ... Woman at Door

Flaminia Cinque ... Kate

Season 11, Episode 9: The Fallen Curtain

6 August 1999
Richard Brazier has a mental block about his abduction as an eight year old and is haunted by what may or may not have happened.
Max Brazier ... Richard (aged 8)
Gregg Prentice ... Johnny
Barbara Ewing ... Jean Clayton
Edna Doré ... Gran
David Daker ... Stanley Clayton
Clare Matthews ... WPC Givens
Carl Ferguson ... PC Murray
Ian Puleston-Davies ... PC Carter
Martino Lazzeri ... Kevin
Laura Sadler ... Brenda
Vincent Brimble ... Doctor
Peter Harding ... Inspector Bannister
Philip Croskin ... The Man

Ben Brazier ... Richard (aged 18)
Tracey Murphy ... Sally Spense (aged 18)
Danielle Hawley ... Sally Spense (aged 11)
Heather-Jay Jones ... Girl At Party
Toby Cockerell ... Car Salesman

Nicholas Hoult ... Barry
Julia Booth ... Mrs Parks
Tim Faraday ... Policeman

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Harm Done

11 October 2000
Wexford copes with two abductions of teen-aged girls, the disappearance of a 3 year old from her bedroom, and the return of a paroled pedophile to the town.

George Baker ... D.C.I. Wexford
Christopher Ravenscroft ... D.I. Burden
Louie Ramsay ... Dora Wexford
Diane Keen ... Jenny Burden

Simon Shepherd ... Stephen Devenish

Clare Holman ... Fay Devenish
Bryan Pringle ... Tommy Smith
Sian Webber ... Jane Andrews

Russell Mabey ... Colin Crowne
Annette Bentley ... Debbie Crowne
Scarlett Jenkins ... Sanchia Devenish
Nick Robinson ... Edward Devenish
Elliot Henderson-Boyle ... Robert Devenish
Matthew Mills ... D.S. Vine

Stacy Hart ... Lizzie Crowne
Charon Bourke ... Sylvia Wexford
Eve Bland ... Brenda Boswell

Ray Trickitt ... Carl Meeks (as Raymond Trickitt)
Ian Bartholomew ... Trevor Ferry
Susie Baxter ... Gillian Ferry
Carol Harvey ... Suzanne Smith
Sasha Mitchell ... DS Karen Malahyde
Sarah Badel ... Moira Wingrave
Ruth Mitchell ... Vicky
Keith Newby ... Jerry
Rebecca Manley ... Tracey Miller
Bee Jay ... Pathologist (as Bee Jaye)

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