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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Exacting Justice

9 January 2001
When judge John Deed takes the case of a man who has killed the driver responsible for his daughter's death, the high court judge gets personally involved in the situation.

Season 1, Episode 1: Rough Justice

26 November 2001
Judge Deed is presiding over two cases, both of which are particularly challenging. In the first, three men have been charged with drugging and raping a woman they met in a bar. Deed is particularly concerned at the defense counsel's aggressive tactics. In the second, he must sentence a wife beater who has pleaded guilty and where it is apparent that government authorities, including MI5, would like a light sentence. When the judge reviews the evidence - the accused beat his wife with a pipe and poured boiling water over her genitals - he insists on seeing justice done.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing QC

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Christopher Cazenove ... DAC Row Colemore
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
David Begg ... Brian Maudling
Heather Bleasdale ... Security Manager
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
Angus Brown ... Foreman
Emma Buckley ... Dr. Maggie Oellink

Ben Cartwright ... Paul Bailey

Navin Chowdhry ... Colin Gee
Eileen Davies ... Gilly

Monica Dolan ... Natalie Abbott
David Fishley ... Inspector Troy Martin (as Dave Fishley)
Keeley Forsyth ... Carol Gainer
Kevin Hudson ... CPS Solicitor

William Ilkley ... David Brett-Smith
George Jackos ... Dr. Spazmani
Damon Jeffery ... CCTV Electrician
Darragh Kelly ... Peter Abbott

Tim Matthews ... Tim Collier

Naoko Mori ... Mutsumi Yesayahoo
Sheridan Morley ... Judge Robert Home
Tim Munro ... Norman Children

Alec Newman ... Heathcote Machin
David Norman ... Stephen Ashurst
Horace Oliver ... Security Guard
Michael Price ... Digby Westland
Andy Quine ... Ben Goldin

Jemma Redgrave ... Francesca Rochester

Colin Salmon ... Willy Radcliff
Tony Scarlo ... Usher
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Leonard Webster ... Dr. Sam Malcolm
Kate Williamson ... Ms. Mainwaring

Season 1, Episode 2: Duty of Care

3 December 2001
Jo Mills is prosecuting a case of a construction site manager and foreman who are charged with not taking proper precautions when a young 19 year old is killed in an accident on his first day on the job. The accused worked for Mike Briggs, a tyrannical managing director who had no time for health and safety issues and constantly pushed to get more work done. Deed agrees to take on the case and sets out to find a way to make sure the person truly responsible finds himself in the dock. He is up against government forces who think otherwise and who set out to discredit him.

Season 1, Episode 3: Appropriate Response

10 December 2001
Roberto Romero is released after serving 8 years of a 12 year sentence and he has only one objective - to seek revenge on Judge Deed who he sees as the person primarily responsible for putting him behind bars. He harasses the judge and his daughter and even poisons his dog. The situation is all the more difficult as the judge's relations with the police have reached a low ebb given that he has refused bail to two police officers charged with beating a youth and with intimidating an eye witness. In other cases, Deed presides over the trial of a one time professional boxer who beat his best friend into a coma when he learns the man and his wife are having an affair and with two litigious brothers who have been in court for years and flatly refuse to resolve their dispute.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing
Mark Aiken ... Roberto Romero
Dylan Baldwin ... Uniformed Police Inspector
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
Katy Cavanagh ... Monika Latymer

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Jack Chissick ... Alan Mason
Simon Clark ... Usher
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Cavan Clerkin ... DC Ross Nye
Jonathan Coy ... David Stafford-Clark QC

Tim Downie ... Constable Hoskins
Steven Elliot ... Sergeant Bridges (as Steven Elliott)
Jake Fisher ... PC Greg Palfrey

Anthony Green ... David Crutwell
Andrew Hall ... Lawyer
Kevin Hudson ... CPS Solicitor
Tom Magditch ... PC Baz Fatts (as Tom Magdich)
Adrian McLoughlin ... Charles Mason

Naoko Mori ... Mutsumi Yesayahoo
Sheridan Morley ... Judge Robert Home
David Norman ... Stephen Ashurst (as Dave Norman)
Trevor Payne ... College Security Guard

Jemma Redgrave ... Francesca Rochester
Mark Rice-Oxley ... Donald Atkins
Quill Roberts ... Michael McMillan
Alison Rose ... Dr. Annie Dolven

Danny Sapani ... Johnny Latymer

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Jane Wheldon ... Chris Gunning
Barrie White-Miller ... Cab Driver (as Barry White-Miller)

Season 1, Episode 4: Hidden Agenda

17 December 2001
Dr. Helena Bellew is charged with murder in the care of an elderly cancer patient after his family learns that the doctor is to inherit the old man's estate. She is accused of administering an overdose of pain killers but the science is not clear cut on the issue. Judge Deed's handling of the case brings him again into conflict with Sir Ian Richardson and the Lord Chancellor's Department. In family court, Judge Deed hears the case of an HIV-positive woman who refuses to allow her child to be tested. The local council takes the child into care as a result. Deed's father is slowly dying and wants to tell him something important but lapses into a coma before he can do so. It's left to Deed's sister to tell him a family secret that affects him greatly.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Christopher Ashley ... Dr. Desmond Capstick
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson

Lynsey Baxter ... Dr. Helena Bellew
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Christopher Coote ... Matthew Hall

Oliver Cotton ... Maurice Phillips QC
Kay Curran ... Joly Lyon
Nicola Dewdney ... Karen Wort
Sarah Flind ... Dr. Gail Smith
Matyelok Gibbs ... Dr. Margot Briones
Meryl Hampton ... Maureen Taylor
Roisin Holden ... Policewoman

Richard Hope ... Peter Taylor
Sara Mair-Thomas ... Dr. Sally Davis
Patrick Marlowe ... Mike - Paperserver
Ronnie McCann ... Steve Sarasy
Jenny McCracken ... Alice Deed

Jeff Mirza ... Dr. Wahid
Sam Parks ... Alan Turner
Belinda Peters ... Social Worker

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing
Serge Soric ... Dr. Bevac Medalovich
Peter Stockbridge ... Eddie Deed
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper

Ramon Tikaram ... Adam Parsons
Madeleine Worrall ... Kate Rankin

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Political Expediency

21 November 2002
An Arab sheikh's chauffeur is charged with the murder of a young prostitute, thereby jeopardising a lucrative government deal.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing (credit only)

Christopher Cazenove ... DAC Row Colemore
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed

Sean Harris ... Gerry Hewitt
Nick Reding ... Neil Haughton

John Sessions ... Brian Cantwell QC
Roger Alborough ... Superintendent Craddock
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson

Greg Bennett ... Jo Mills' Undercover Policeman
Jilly Bond ... Dr. Jannatie

Robert Boulter ... Addem Armitage
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
Sheila Clancy ... Kathleen McCracknel
Nick Deigman ... Mark Mills (as Nick Deigham)
Michael Eaves ... Clerk Brian Harrison
Karl Hansen ... George Cooper

Tamer Hassan ... Hussain Husaini
Paul Lacoux ... Michael Mason
Alex Lowe ... Glen Burroughs

Kevork Malikyan ... Idries Shahatra (as Kevork Malikyen)
David Norman ... Stephen Ashurst (as Dave Norman)
Roy North ... Mr. Stevenson

Kayvan Novak ... Ali Abdul Moncheri
Darren Saul ... James Frey
Elliot Seller ... Peter Symmonds
Robert Swann ... Beswick Thorp QC
Rosie Thompson ... Maev Peters (as Rosie Thomson)
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Hilary Tones ... Marlene Delford
Kevin Wainwright ... Inspector Martin

Andrew Whipp ... Henry Kuhle

Season 2, Episode 2: Abuse of Power

28 November 2002
Gary Patterson walks into his local police station and confesses to the recent murder of a young woman. Gary is in his early 20's, but is developmentally disabled and has the mind of a thirteen year-old. He knew the girl quite well and was attracted to her, but his shyness and disability made him feel inadequate. Judge Deed feels the prosecution has a week case and fumes when he learns that they have withheld evidence from the defense. On another front, Deed decides to investigate rumours that a fellow judge may be corrupt. He enlists his daughter Charlie to undertake some research but he is breaching etiquette by engaging in this type activity and is inviting the wrath of the Lord Chancellor's Department and his fellow judges.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Michelle Abrahams ... Amber Hollick
Kolade Agboke ... Mich Eastwick
Roger Alborough ... Det. Supt. Craddock
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)

Christopher Cazenove ... Row Colemore

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Sarah Crook ... DS Millbrook
Ray Donn
Keith Drinkel ... Jimmy Darvall
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Steven Elliot ... Sergeant Bridges (as Steven Elliott)
Glyn Grimstead ... Dale Patterson
Gabrielle Hamilton ... Nan Patterson

Samantha Holland ... Dr. Markham
Jonathan Keeble ... Gavin McFayden

Simone Lahbib ... Carol

Terence Maynard ... Dr. Vaughan
Sheridan Morley ... Judge Robert Home
David Norman ... Stephen Ashurst (as Dave Norman)
Andy Quine ... Ben Goldin

Raad Rawi ... Dr. Baldichino

Joseph Rye ... Suited Man

Adrian Schiller ... Dominic Collins

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing
Colin Spaull ... Denis Marlowe

Jim Sturgess ... Gary Patterson
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper

Anthony Valentine ... Clive Brill QC
Mark Webb ... DS Peter Branson

Andrew Whipp ... Henry Kuhle
Frank Windsor ... Sir James Valentine
Andrew Wisher ... Man in Cavalier (as Andy Wishar)

Season 2, Episode 3: Nobody's Fool

12 December 2002
Three siblings - Ed, Darina and Wilfred Hay - are charged with hiring someone to murder their abusive father. Appearing before Judge Deed, Ed Hay, a solicitor, acts for himself and his brother and sister in spite of the Judge's recommendation that they seek counsel. In his personal life, Deed renews his relationship with Francesca Rochester, who has now left her husband. She seeks Deed's assistance in having an elderly aunt declared mentally unfit which would allow Francesca to save the publishing business. At the news that Deed is again seeing his wife, Sir Ian Rochester re-doubles his efforts to discredit him and remove him from the bench. Deed's daughter Charlie informs him that she is pregnant and wants a termination, something Deed is dead set against.

Season 2, Episode 4: Everyone's Child

19 December 2002
Sitting in the Family Division, Deed hears the case of a 15-year old who is refusing a heart transplant because of the use of animals in drug testing. He is only a few weeks away from his 16th birthday when he would have the final say but his parents, the mother in particular, desperately wants him to live. Deed finds the boy mature well beyond his years but as a parent himself, is torn by the choice he must make. In court, Deed presides over the case of two drug addicts who killed a young teenager to steal his newly-acquired mobile phone. Charlie Deed continues her political activism but her family must race to the hospital when they learn that a young woman fitting her description was seriously hurt at a protest. Once again, the Lord Chancellor's Department is out to get Deeds only this time they focus on Jo Mills accusing her of unethical conduct in her relationship with the Judge.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Pinky Amador ... Newscaster
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson
Robert Beach ... Nurse North

Charlie Cox ... Young Vicar
Nick Deigman ... Mark Mills
Mike Dowling ... Foreman
Eileen Dunwoodie ... Sister Quinn
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
William Ely ... Brian Payne
David Ericsson ... Dr. Adam Graceman
Jack Fortune ... Malcolm Evans
David Griffith ... Peter Bushnell
Gregor Henderson-Begg ... David 'Dwarf' Lavender (as Gregor Henderson Begg)
Elliot Henderson-Boyle ... Boyd Payne

Kobna Holdbrook-Smith ... Orlando Figes

Nicholas Hoult ... Jason Powell
Michael J. Jackson ... DCI Skinns
Shan Khan ... Howard Brandy
Terri Levett ... Paulo Dorrell
Daniel Newman ... Paulo Dorrell
David Norman ... Stephen Ashurst (as Dave Norman)

Rachel O'Meara ... Karen Spring
Craig Purnell ... Hugh Jenks
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Frederick Treves ... Sir Dominic Gander
Ruby Turner ... Roberta Histon
Paul Venables ... Dennis Jordan
Frank Windsor ... Sir James Valentine

Mark Womack ... Andy Powell
Samantha Womack ... Mel Powell (as Samantha Janus)

Sacha Bennett ... Corrupt CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Health Hazard

27 November 2003
James Brooklands is charged with the death of a woman and her two children whom he struck with his car. Brooklands was using his mobile phone at the time and didn't have a valid driver's license. His barristers now argue that their client has had a complete mental breakdown and is unable to proceed with his defense. Sitting in the Civil Court, Deed finds himself hearing a case where Jo Mills and and his ex-wife Georgina Channing are the opposing barristers. The case involves a brain tumor patient who is suing her cellphone company. The government is very concerned at the effect this could have on industry and Deed finds himself under great pressure to recuse himself. Deed also finds himself having to deal with a new presiding judge, Monty Everard, with whom he has clashed in the past. Everard, he learns, will be presiding at Jo Mills' disciplinary hearing.

Season 3, Episode 2: Judicial Review

4 December 2003
Although Jo Mills has been absolved of any accusations of misconduct, Sir Ian Rochester and some of Deed's fellow judges now decide to marginalize both of them. Mills finds herself being taken off certain prosecutions and is subsequently informed by her head of Chambers that the Prosecution Service may drop her entirely. Deed is pressured into giving up the case of James Brooklands, the businessman who killed two young children and their mother with his car. Judge Everard takes on the case and sentences him to time served. A furious Judge Deed publicly accuses Everard and Rochester of misconduct. In court, Deed presides over the case of Jan Dobbs who has been charged with murdering her husband. Her husband was unstable and he had stopped taking his medication but the question is whether she and her son may have had an altogether different motive.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Leslie Ash ... Jan Dobbs
James Barron ... Johnson
Christopher Benjamin ... Steve Gaydon
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)

Anthony Calf ... James Brooklands
George Camiller ... Clive Kadans

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Sarah Crook ... Sergeant Caz Milbrook
Amita Dhiri ... Rachel Crawcheck
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
David Ericsson ... Adam Graceman
Cate Fowler ... Mary Rich

Andrew Havill ... Alexander Petros Q.C.
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Gary Lucas ... Father Cattle
Barry McCarthy ... Sam Davies

Colin McFarlane ... Newman Mason Allen Q.C.
John Paul McGilvary ... Jamie Brown

Shelagh McLeod ... Det. Chief Insp. Linda Hurst
Tim Munro ... Norman Children
Christopher Saul ... Michael Waterman

Daniel Sharman ... Andy Dobbs

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Marc Sinden ... Clerk of the Court
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
April Walker ... Mrs. Fox

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Barbara Wilshere ... Mrs. Brooklands

Mark Womack ... Andy Powell Q.C.
Lorraine Woodley ... Jenny Penrhos

Season 3, Episode 3: Conspiracy

11 December 2003
Jo Mills leads for the prosecution and Brian Cantwell for the defense when a British member of parliament, Alan Roxborough, is tried on a charge of attempting to murder his boyfriend with a frying pan. As usual, there is a conspiracy in the background to pervert the course of justice, which may be connected to Roxborough's opposition to certain British arms deals. Meanwhile, Deed goes into therapy and has a brief affair with his therapist.

Season 3, Episode 4: Economic Imperative

18 December 2003
Judge Deed begins hearing the case of Diana Hulsey, the mobile phone user who is suing her service provider for contributing to a brain tumor she has now developed. The CEO of the telecoms firm is outraged that her court action has gone this far and is pressuring the government and especially the Lord Chancellor's Department, to get Judge Deed under control. He also makes it quite clear that if they cannot do so, he is prepared to take matters into his own hands. When judge Deed finds that someone has put child pornography on his laptop computer, he knows who must be responsible but also realizes that it is exactly the kind of reputation-destroying information that could see him put off the Bench.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Lost and Found

13 January 2005
Appearing before Judge Deed, Jo Mills, with Charlie Deed as her junior, defends Terry Rogers who has been on the run for 16 years. He escaped from custody before he could tried and is now a reformed man. Once a crackhead who regularly committed crimes to feed his drugs habit, he is now a reformed man and a respected school teacher. At the center of the defense is the fact that two of the four policemen involved in the case have since been convicted of corrupt practices and served time in jail. In her private life, Jo Mills is still struggling with whether she will adopt Michael Hulsey a former client's now orphaned son. Deed recommends against it but Jo seems determined to proceed.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Roger Alborough ... Supt Craddock
Joan Blackham ... Lady Everard
Clare Boland ... Sue Bush
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)

Robert Cavanah ... Terry Rogers
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Patrick Drury ... Sam Hill
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Dele Famokunwa ... Dele

Christopher Fulford ... DS Troy Romano
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey
Jane Hazlegrove ... Margaret Tredaway
Peter Helmer ... Davy Cat Killick

Anthony Higgins ... Sir Maurice Avebury
Felix Jackson ... Felix
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Molly Sue Moore ... Molly
Vincenzo Nicoli ... DS Rex Massey
Gary Powell ... Denny McDowell
Sara Powell ... Kerry Ramsay
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Jade Williams ... Kate Rogers

Season 4, Episode 2: Above the Law

20 January 2005
Judge Deed presides over a case of three street gang members who are charged with murdering a rival drug dealer who was starting to sell drugs on their turf. The accused have no respect for the court system, interrupt regularly and refuse to abide by the judge's instructions. When a key witness is killed and members of the jury are threatened, Deed is faced with a dilemma. The government is pushing the concept of trial by judge alone as a means of reducing the cost of the judicial system. All judges, including Deed, are strongly opposed as they see trial by jury as the cornerstone of the British justice system. As such, Deed very much wants to continue the trial with a jury. Jo Mills continues to struggle with the child welfare authorities in her attempts to adopt a former client's now orphaned son, Michael. She gets support from an unexpected quarter.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Victoria Carling ... Julia Peters

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Sarah Crook ... Sgt Millbrook
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Yvonne Edgell ... Mrs. Coffee
Andrea Francis ... Doreen Balfe
Troy Glasgow ... Mono Simons

Stephen Greif ... Lorne Michaels
Otto Gvasalia ... Dave Nicolaides
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey

Rod Hallett ... DI Andy Wyman
Catherine Harvey ... Dr. Martine Woods
Jane Hazlegrove ... Margaret Tredaway

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
Madra Ihegborow ... Natalie Wallis
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Wing Li ... Sime Jackson
Richard Lloyd King ... Rev Rudkin
Tony Marshall ... Paul Arrow

Colin McFarlane ... Newman Mason Allen

Michael Obiora ... Jez Balfe
Israel Oyelumade ... Del Peabody
Lia Saville ... Bea Waxman
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Roy Smiles ... Terry Post
Rachel Spry ... Mrs. Johnson
Phoebe Thomas ... Reb Spark
Heshima Thompson ... Sky Rudkin
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Jem Wall ... Chief Constable

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard

Season 4, Episode 3: In Defence of Others

27 January 2005
Judge Deed presides over the murder trial of a prison inmate who killed a fellow prisoner. His defense is that the victim was a known pedophile and he killed him 'in the defense of others' a defense that is normally used in moments of dire emergency or threat. Jo Mills, for the defense, argues that there was a pressing need for the accused to act in the defense of other children that the victim might molest. In a separate case, Deed hears an argument from a woman who wishes to sue the town council for not providing enough information on her adopted son, a very violent teenager who not only raped her daughter, but also is currently before Judge Everard charged with raping his teacher. Jo's life is turned upside down when the adoption authorities advise her of an important change in Michael Hulsey's family situation.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Tony Arunah Abbey ... Clerk Court #3
Matt Bardock ... Alan Ferns
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson

Jamie Beamish ... Journalist
Joan Blackham ... Lady Everard
George Camiller ... Clive Kadans

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Jonathan Coy ... David Stafford Clark
Amita Dhiri ... Rachel Crawcheck
Darren Dimenna ... Paul Lawrence
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison

Andrew Greenough ... Tony Rains
David Griffith ... Peter Bushnell
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey
Jane Hazlegrove ... Margaret Tredaway

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk

Seeta Indrani ... Michelle Merton
Fraser James ... Laurence James

Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Dr. Margot Lupton
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson
Damian Lynch ... Dr. Niamba
Fiona Mason ... Forewoman

Mark Monero ... Dennis Sweeney
Tara Moran ... Nellie Simpson
Joanna Roth ... Viv Hurst
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Tony Timberlake ... Dan Jennings

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Eugene Washington ... Foreman
Andrew Westfield ... Frank Martin
Garry Marriott ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Defence of the Realm

3 February 2005
Sir Ian Rochester is again out to get Judge Deed to resign, this time over his indiscretion with a claimant who had appeared before him. While his fellow judges review the case, Deed finds himself lecturing for two weeks at a seminar for prospective judges. Sitting as a recorder, Jo hears the case of an embezzler, Rufus Barron, who illegally acquired over four million pounds from his employer, Sir Tim Lisfield. When Jo seems to be giving too much leeway to the defense, she is threatened and Deed comes to her assistance. When there is evidence that some of the money was used to bribe a Cabinet Minister, the case takes a far more serious tone.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Norma Atallah ... Mrs. Moore
Annette Badland ... Mrs. Kidman

Ewan Bailey ... Maurice Henderson
Anthony Barclay ... Sir Tim Listfield

Donovan Blackwood ... Security Guard
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Nivan (as Trevor Bowen)
George Camiller ... Clive Kadans

Ben Caplan ... Rufus Barron
Fiona Carew ... Jill Miro

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Herbie Clark ... Stallholder
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison

Martin Fisher ... Larry Hay
Sean Francis ... DS Halesworth

Andrew Greenough ... Tony Rains

George Harris ... Judge Ben Wharton
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
Sandra James-Young ... Esther McEwan
Tom Keller ... Peter Wilson
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson

Alan McKenna ... Paul Peacock

P.H. Moriarty ... Steve Gross

Rachel O'Meara ... Karen Spring
Stuart Organ ... Jonathan Powell

John Sessions ... Brian Cantwell QC
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Sara Stephens ... Pauline Peacock
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Mary Woodvine ... Caroline Hughes
Peter Yapp ... Judge Alan Hing

Season 4, Episode 5: Separation of Powers

10 February 2005
The powers that be continue in their efforts to have Judge Deed removed from the bench. All the more so now that he has suggested an inquiry into allegations made at his previous trial that the Home Secretary accepted a bribe from industrialist Sir Timothy Listfield. This is also tied to his current trial where a young couple, the Peacocks, are suing the owners of a nearby waste disposal plant. Mrs. Peacock has previously had a miscarriage and her daughter was born with severe physical deformities which they blame on the pollutants produced by the plant. Charlie Deed learns that both Listfield and the Home Secretary at one time served on the board of directors of a company linked to the case. Deed thinks his time may have come however when the Government refers his case to both Houses of Parliament seeking his impeachment.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills
Anthony Barclay ... Tim Listfield
T.R. Bowen ... Sir Michael Niven (as Trevor Bowen)
Gary Calandro ... Lorry Driver

Ben Caplan ... Rufus Barron
Kate Carthy ... Mrs. Peacock

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed

Winston Ellis ... Security Guard
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton

Gemma Jones ... Professor Moriarty

Burt Kwouk ... Professor Vang Pao
Caroline Langrishe ... George Channing
Peter Lindford ... Professor Rupert Neame
Roger Martin ... Sir Peter Tufton

Alan McKenna ... Paul Peacock

P.H. Moriarty ... Steve Gross

Rachel O'Meara ... Karen Spring

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing
Sara Stephens ... Pauline Peacock
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
April Walker ... Mrs. Fox

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard

Andrew Whipp ... Henry Kuhle

Season 4, Episode 6: Popular Appeal

17 February 2005
An angry contestant in a Reality TV show (The TV Dungeon) kills another competitor on camera, and the show's producers face charges of manslaughter in Deed's court.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... George Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing (credit only)

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Fraser James ... Laurence James (credit only)
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Adam Rickitt ... Roy Storidge
Annette Badland ... Bette Kidman MP
Russell Boulter ... Adrian Hamling
Anthony Barclay ... Sir Tim Listfield
Lynsey Bell ... Amanda Rogers
Zac Benoir ... Tom Langham MP

Ben Caplan ... Rufus Barron
Andrea Caplin ... Janice Dear
Mike Drew ... Donald Palmer QC
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Lynette Edwards ... Marion Davis
David Ericsson ... Dr. Adam Graceman
Richard Freeman ... Eric Little

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
Emmanuel Idowu ... Tendai Shoko
Oliver Kieran-Jones ... Butch Cassidy
Helen Kirkby ... Liza Kelly (as Helen Kirby)
Caroline Lee-Johnson ... Dr. Petra Seal (as Caroline Lee Johnson)
Lionel Lewis ... Reggie Ross

Colin McFarlane ... Newman Mason Allen QC
Charlotte Moncrieff ... Psychiatrist

P.H. Moriarty ... Steve Gross
Kali Peacock ... Amanda Rogers
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Richard Simons ... Jonathan Primatt

Maya Sondhi ... Carole
Che Walker ... Keith Hodgekinson
Jem Wall ... Chief Constable
Kevin Wathen ... Jack Jones
Matthew White ... Usher at House of Commons

Ewan Bailey ... Maurice Henderson (uncredited)
David Bekkevold ... Juror (uncredited)

Donovan Blackwood ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Peter Rnic ... Jury Member (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Hard Gating

6 January 2006
Deed presides over the case of a prison inmate who is charged with killing and cannibalizing his cell mate. Both the prosecution and the defense agree that a plea to manslaughter is appropriate but cannot agree to whether diminished capacity applies. Deed therefore wades into new areas, much to the dismay of the Home Secretary, when he decides to hear evidence to determine the facts of the case. Underlying it all is the behavior of the prison officers involved who knowingly placed the victim, a black man, in the same cell with a known and violent racist. Jo Mills is surprised when Marc Thompson re-appears with son Michael and announces they have re-located to London.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Joan Blackham ... Lady Vera Everard
Fiona Carew ... Jill Miro
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Gavin Cooper ... Stevie Quantro
Charles Dale ... P.O. Dave Spearson
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
David Ericsson ... Dr Graceman
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton

Paul Ireland ... Barry Page
Jenny Jules ... Elizabeth Settle

Akbar Kurtha ... Pyrian De Mel
Ben Lannoy ... Michael Gilliat
John Legarde ... Mr Chester (as John Le Guard)
Mark Letheren ... Ben Bradwell
Dominic Letts ... Colin Baggs
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson

Colin McFarlane ... Newman Mason Allen QC
Charlotte Moncrieff ... Dr. Murray-West
Ray Sawyer ... Paul Foreman
Sadie Shimmin ... Mary Foreman
Richard Simons ... Jonathan Primatt
Roderick Smith ... P.O. Brian Elkington
April Walker ... Mrs Fox
Mary Woodvine ... Morag Hughes
Shane Nolan ... Party Guest (uncredited)
David Smallbone ... PO. Faker (uncredited)
Nick Turner ... Cafe Guest (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: My Daughter, Right or Wrong

12 January 2006
When a university research laboratory is bombed, Deed finds himself hearing a case of murder against Henry Free, a well-known animal rights activist who had been harassing the professor who was killed. Jo Mills declines to act for the defense given her deteriorating relationship with Deed but Charlie Deed finds herself acting as a junior with Simon Norwalk as her leader. When he is dismissed by Free, Charlie finds herself acting for the defense with the Attorney General prosecuting. The crown's case relies heavily on a witness whose identity cannot be revealed in the public interest. Charlie believes that the witness may have been an agent provocateur but her constant speech making and emotional approach in the courtroom puts her father in the position of perhaps having to report her to the Bar Association.

Season 5, Episode 3: Lost Youth

20 January 2006
Judge John Deed has to judge a case concerning Jo's boyfriend, paedaetric consultant Marc Thompson. Marc wants to take the decision not to resuscitate a two-year old patient at his hospital who has a weak heart and is in a coma, if the child's heart stops again, but the parents disagree. In another case, Deed has to sentence a young thief, and the youth then dies in custody. All this brings back Deed's memories of his own traumatic childhood. He is spoiling for a fight and argues with Jo - who announces that she has decided to marry Marc. He then picks a fight with Neil Haughton at a dinner party and Sir Ian Rochester is still looking for ways to get rid of Deed.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... George Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Fraser James ... Laurence James (credit only)
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper

Justin Avoth ... Bryce Bond
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson
Christopher Benjamin ... Steve Gaydon
Joan Blackham ... Lady Vera Everard

Jo Cameron Brown ... Staff Nurse McNally
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Neil France ... Malcolm Porter

Ruth Gibson ... Jury Foreperson

Stephen Greif ... Lorne Michaels
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
John Legarde ... Usher
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson

Hugh Mitchell ... Macdonald Brock
Chris Nayak ... Policeman
Jo-Anne Nighy ... Tina Parfaitt (as Jo Anne Nighy)
Chu Omambala ... Tony Parfaitt (as Chu Ombala)

Joy Richardson ... Sister Gittings
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Emily Wachter ... Sister Roberts
Saskia Wickham ... Elaine Brock
Mary Woodvine ... Morag Hughes

Season 5, Episode 4: Silent Killer

27 January 2006
Deed hears the case of a woman suffering from motor neuron disease. She believes she has been made ill from the microwaves emitted by a cellphone transmission tower that was installed on the roof of her building some years before. The case once again brings him into conflict with the Home Secretary and industrialist Sir Timothy Listfield. The Lord Chancellor's Department want Deed off the case and are considering everything from calling him for jury duty to sending him to Brussels to hear cases at the International War Crimes Tribunal. Deed is also intrigued by Rose Hussein's claim that ammunition with spent uranium used by the British Army in Iraq killed her husband. Even though their relationship is at a low ebb, he convinces Jo Mills to take on her case. Marc Thompson informs Jo that he may have to temporarily return to South Africa to testify in court. She becomes concerned at his increasingly odd and rigid behavior.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Anthony Adjekum ... Paramedic
Anthony Barclay ... Sir Tim Listfield
Joan Blackham ... Lady Vera Everard
Brian Bovell ... Brian Mansridge
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Ken Campbell ... Professor Brams
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Lewis Crutch ... Luke Thompson
George Drawmer ... Jonathan Thompson
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Steven Elliot ... Sergeant Jake Bridges
Steven Elliott ... Jake Bridges

Andrew Greenough ... Tony Rains
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
John Legarde ... Usher
Karen Lewis ... Professor Churchill
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson
Lizzy McInnerny ... Gilly Bridges
Richard Simons ... Jonathan Primatt
Shane Spencer ... Jamie Bridges

Sylvia Syms ... Rose Hussein
Joseph Tremain ... Jack Bridges
Mary Woodvine ... Morag Hughes

Season 5, Episode 5: One Angry Man

3 February 2006
Judge Deed finds himself called for jury duty. He is excused in a case presided over by Monte Everard and where Jo Mills is acting for the defense. He is also excused from a particularly long trial on the request of the defense as he knows too many of the principals. He is finally accepted in the case of Olga Plachek, a nanny who is accused of murder in a baby shaking death. When the jury begins to deliberate, Deed finds himself in the minority wanting to look at the evidence while most would be happy to convict and go home. One man is particularly hateful and unforgiving. As Deed gets information on shaken babies, he learns some particularly negative information about Jo Mills' fiancé, Marc Thompson.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing (credit only)

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing (credit only)

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed (credit only)
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Kevin Ashley ... Clerk of Court 3
James Barron ... Mr. Johnson
Keith Barron ... William Glyn

Robert Beck ... Gordon Rumsey
Christopher Benjamin ... Steve Gaydon
Brian Bovell ... Brian Mansridge

Sorcha Cusack ... Gerry Lyon
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
David Ericsson ... Dr. Graceman
Leon Fleury ... Defence Barrister
Neil France ... Malcolm Porter
Sarah Grochala ... Selena Rumsey
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey

Hazel Holder ... Anna Hope
Ronny Jhutti ... Ronny Bhutto
Richard Laing ... Brian Longfield

Tieva Lovelle ... Olga Plachek (as Ksenia Lavrentieva)
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson
Zienia Merton ... Dr. Dolores Bleach
Emma Rand ... Martine Coakley
Luke Shaw ... Paul Sorrell
Michael Simkins ... Judge Dicks
Mark Straker ... Andrew Good

Stephen Taylor ... Stephen Rame
Mari-Claire Turley ... Zoe Hiller
Paul Tyreman ... Bob the Bailiff
Janet Wantling ... Kay Walkman
Mary Woodvine ... Morag Hughes
Chris Wilson ... Court Usher (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Heart of Darkness

10 February 2006
With Jo's wedding approaching, Deed pleads with her to re-consider. In court he finds himself presiding over a pre-trial hearing where a mother is refusing to allow her daughter to receive the MMR (mumps, measles, rubella) vaccine on the grounds the multiple vaccine is unsafe. It doesn't help that her husband is the principal spokesperson and advocate for child immunization. Appearing before Mrs Justice Morag Hughes, Jo Mills makes an application of habeas corpus on behalf of Rose Hussein who was arrested by the police after she publicly accused the British Army of poisoning innocent Iraqis with weapons made of spent uranium. The government is concerned at the outcomes of both cases and try their best to inhibit Deed's freedom of action and to threaten Hughes with bad publicity over her affair with Hughes.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Fraser James ... Laurence James
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Grant Aylward ... Samuel Butler
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh
Lewis Crutch ... Luke Thompson

Josie D'Arby ... Marika Robson-Alan
George Drawmer ... Jonathan Thompson
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison

Tristan Gemmill ... Dr. David Barbara
Thomas Hall ... Michael Hulsey

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Jane How ... Dr. Catriona Rintoul
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton
Carwyn Jones ... Reverend Fox
John Legarde ... Usher
Charlotte Lucas ... Sasha Bard
Adrian Lukis ... Marc Thompson

Simon James Morgan ... Martin Westwake

Hayley Nolan ... Court Room Reporter
Pippa Rathborne ... Court Official
Paul Robson ... Bodyguard
Richard Simons ... Jonathan Primatt

Sylvia Syms ... Rose Hussein

Christopher Villiers ... Paul Robson-Alan
Heathcote Williams ... Professor Winkworth
Mary Woodvine ... Morag Hughes

Jo Cameron Brown ... Sheila McKenzie (uncredited)
Tim Munro ... Norman Children (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: War Crimes: Part 1

9 January 2007
Deed is in The Hague hearing a case of a British soldier who killed 11 Iraqi civilians and is accused of war crimes.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Jeremy Child ... Alan Peasmarsh

Juliet Aubrey ... Fran Pavely

Murray Head ... Judge Previn

Kim Thomson ... Marie Madsen
Kate Anthony ... WPC Lowy
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Spencer Burrows ... Henry Door

Waleed Elgadi ... Saddam Moussa
Brett Fancy ... Sergeant Brightling

Thom Fell ... Simon Craven
Neil Grainger ... Private Dave Clark
Matthew Gravelle ... Corporal Dexi Jones

Mido Hamada ... Muliah Al Sakka

Adam James ... Major General Waters

Charlie Kemp ... Peter Spence
Andy Lucas ... Begum Mamood
Katherine Monaghan ... Margaret Clark

Thijs Morris ... Ralf Hoon (as Brett Morris)

Dorian Nkono ... U N Guard

Rachel O'Meara ... Karen Spring
Martin Turner ... Dr. Froad
David Verrey ... Martin Griffin MP PC

Trevor White ... Clerk
Leo Wringer ... Judge Elimina

Season 6, Episode 2: War Crimes: Part 2

11 January 2007
Pvt. Clark's attempt at suicide does not dissuade Deed from the need to understand the trooper's mental state at the time of the shooting in Iraq. Clark however wants to change his plea to guilty. Deed continues to clash with his fellow judges and the prosecutor, but it is seems that the British government is doing little to assist in Pvt. Clark's defense. On the home front, an attempt on the life of his fellow appeals court justice leads to even more security.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing (credit only)

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed (credit only)
Barbara Thorn ... Rita 'Coop' Cooper
Kate Anthony ... WPC Lowy

Juliet Aubrey ... Fran Pavely
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Jeremy Child ... Sir Alan Peasmarsh

Waleed Elgadi ... Saddam Moussa
Brett Fancy ... Sergeant Brightling

Thom Fell ... Simon Craven
Neil Grainger ... Private Dave Clark
Matthew Gravelle ... Corporal Dewi Jones

Mido Hamada ... Mullah Al Sakka

Murray Head ... Judge Previn

Adam James ... Major General Waters

Charlie Kemp ... Peter Spence
Andy Lucas ... Begum Mamood
Mimi ... Mimi
Katherine Monaghan ... Margaret Clark

Thijs Morris ... Ralf Hoon (as Brett Morris)

Dorian Nkono ... U N Guard

Rachel O'Meara ... Karen Spring

Kim Thomson ... Marie Madsen
Martin Turner ... Dr. Froad
David Verrey ... Martin Griffin MP PC

Trevor White ... Clerk
Leo Wringer ... Judge Elimina

Season 6, Episode 3: Evidence of Harm: Part 1

16 January 2007
When a depressive soldier commits suicide and takes his son's life along with his own, Jo Mills asks Judge Deed to look into why the soldier's legal aid funding was canceled just before his suit against a pharmaceutical firm before the high court was to be heard. As he looks into the case, Deed begins to suspect that the judge who canceled the legal aid may have been biased. Both Deed and Mills are concerned that their personal relationship may create difficulties. The pharmaceutical firm is conducting extensive surveillance on both of them and the government apparently has little interest in supporting the case.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard (credit only)
Caroline Langrishe ... George Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Grant Aylward ... Samuel Butler
Leah Bracknell ... Dr. Mary Moon
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton

Malcolm Sinclair ... Sir Peter Dulford

Joe Shaw ... Ian McCartney
Gaynor Barrett ... Supt. Gaghan

Louie Bayliss ... Tom Sharp
T.R. Bowen ... Mr. Justice Niven (as Trevor Bowen)
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Spencer Burrows ... Henry Door
Adrian Christopher ... Benjamin Cherry
Nicola Cowper ... Lizzy Meam
Jaq Croft ... Judy Darlow

Fiona Domenica ... Waitress
Fiona Dunn ... Beth Stalker
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Rene Gaemers ... Police man
Charlie Hiett ... David Meam

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Rebecca Hughes Hall ... Lizzy 's Aunt

Charlie Kemp ... Peter Spence
Nadine Marshall ... WPC Giffith
Liam McKenna ... Major Colby
Mimi ... Mimi

Gina Murray ... WPC Berry
David Norman ... PC Ashurst (as Dave Norman)
Gyuri Sarossy ... Dr. Liffe
Ian Seale ... Owner of Internet Raiders
Christopher Staines ... Lex Welcote
Nathan Sussex ... Brian Meam
Wesley Theobald ... Reporter

Season 6, Episode 4: Evidence of Harm: Part 2

18 January 2007
Judge Deed finally manages to find both a courtroom and a second judge to review the decision to suspend the dead soldier's legal aid funding. Deed opts to review the funding decision by reviewing the merits of the case against the pharmaceutical company. The government threatens Deed over his relationship with Jo Mills.

Martin Shaw ... Judge John Deed

Jenny Seagrove ... Jo Mills

Simon Ward ... Sir Monty Everard (credit only)
Caroline Langrishe ... Georgina Channing

Donald Sinden ... Sir Joseph Channing

Simon Chandler ... Sir Ian Rochester
Louisa Clein ... Charlie Deed
Barbara Thorn ... Rita Cooper
Grant Aylward ... Samuel Butler
Leah Bracknell ... Dr. Mary Moon
Aneirin Hughes ... Neil Haughton

Malcolm Sinclair ... Sir Peter Dulford

Joe Shaw ... Ian McCartney
Gaynor Barrett ... Supt. Gaghan

Louie Bayliss ... Tom Sharp
T.R. Bowen ... Mr. Justice Niven (as Trevor Bowen)
Clive Brill ... Sir Percy Thrower
Spencer Burrows ... Henry Door
Adrian Christopher ... Benjamin Cherry
Nicola Cowper ... Lizzy Meam
Jaq Croft ... Judy Darlow
Fiona Dunn ... Beth Stalker
Michael Eaves ... Brian Harrison
Charlie Hiett ... David Meam

Daniel Hill ... Simon Norwalk
Rebecca Hughes Hall ... Lizzy 's Aunt

Charlie Kemp ... Peter Spence
Nadine Marshall ... WPC Giffith
Liam McKenna ... Major Colby
Mimi ... Mimi

Gina Murray ... WPC Berry
David Norman ... PC Ashurst (as Dave Norman)
Gyuri Sarossy ... Dr. Liffe
Ian Seale ... Owner of Internet Raiders
Christopher Staines ... Lex Welcote
Nathan Sussex ... Brian Meam
Wesley Theobald ... Reporter

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