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 Kathy Lawrence 8 episodes, 1999-2000
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 Paula Sullivan 8 episodes, 1999-2000
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 Anthony Sullivan 8 episodes, 1999-2000
Sasha Tilley ...
 Emma Lawrence 8 episodes, 1999-2000
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Jack Richards ...
 James Lawrence 7 episodes, 1999-2000
Bruce Byron ...
 Phil Murphy 6 episodes, 1999-2000
Kai Pearce ...
 Stephen Murphy 5 episodes, 1999-2000
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 Carol Murphy 4 episodes, 1999
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 Val McArdale 4 episodes, 1999
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 Harriet Howell 4 episodes, 2000
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 Adrian Harris 4 episodes, 2000
Romla Walker ...
 WDC Marcus 4 episodes, 2000
Nicholas Hewetson ...
 Gavin Howell 4 episodes, 2000
Ollie Peel ...
 Oscar Howell / ... 4 episodes, 2000
Ross Boatman ...
 Alan McArdale 4 episodes, 1999
Patrick Robinson ...
 Chris Bannister / ... 4 episodes, 1999-2000
Daniel Newman ...
 Jason Murphy 4 episodes, 1999
Clarence Smith ...
 Marcus Tanner 4 episodes, 1999
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 Headmistress 4 episodes, 1999-2000
Brenda Kempner ...
Katisha Kenyon ...
 Chanice Johnson 3 episodes, 2000
James Bowers ...
 DS Holme 3 episodes, 1999
Shaughan Seymour ...
 Consultant 2 episodes, 2000
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 Liebermann 2 episodes, 2000
James Vaughan ...
Jeremy Turner-Welch ...
Breffni McKenna ...
 Elliott Garrett 2 episodes, 1999
Sheyla Shehovich ...
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Four housewives who find themselves suddenly in desperate need of money for dire individual circumstances begin to consider the possibility of armed robbery as a way out of their various dilemmas. Kathy is a previously wealthy whose former football star husband has absconded with their funds and left her and their children to face his violent creditors. Pat needs money to get her drug-addicted son into an expensive rehabilitation center. Val struggles for options in her crisis: pregnancy, possibly by her white husband's black best friend. And Paula, Val's sister, needs the thrill of danger even more than money. Together they plot a robbery that leads them further into crime and possible disaster. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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9 September 1999 (UK)  »

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Ryöstö päivänvalossa  »

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Disbelief worth suspending.
17 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

The basic premise of `Daylight Robbery' is that four likeable thirtysomething ladies who have probably never transgressed beyond getting a parking ticket decide to take up armed robbery.

The writers never quite succeed in making us believe in this scenario and worse still, it was done so much better in Lynda LaPlante's wonderful eighties mini-series `Widows'

However the characters are attractive, the performances strong and the robbery sequences, particularly at the climax, generate tremendous tension so I soon found myself involved with these tough women and of course I wanted them to get away with anything up to and including murder.

Lesley Sharp does best in the juicy role of the determined mother of a crack-addicted teen, with former soap star Michelle Collins also making an impression as the shattered wife whose star footballer husband has suddenly absconded, leaving her in massive debt.

The plot is neatly resolved though it does depend on a big coincidence; I would certainly recommend `Daylight Robbery' unless the aforementioned `Widows' is fresh in your mind.


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