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Dirty War (2004)

A terrorist group detonates a radiological dispersal device (RDD) in Central London. Due to a lack of preparation, training, and resources, chaos ensues.

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Gavin Abbott ...
Bomb Incident Officer 2
Joanne Adams ...
Control Officer 1
Shamshad Akhtar ...
Falzah
Dean Ashton ...
RSM Officer
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Commander Paul Hardwick
Kameal Nisha Bisnauthsingh ...
Razla
Louise Breckon-Richards ...
DC Vicky Loman
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Josh Cole ...
Control Officer 2
Zoe Conway ...
TV Reporter - Liz Street
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Craig Crosbie ...
Radiation Expert
Fuman Dar ...
Mohammed Ibn Harrara
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Liz Corrigan
Tony Dolan ...
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After years of meticulous planning, a terrorist operation is reaching its final stages. The authorities have received no intelligence; they are in a race against time but don't yet know it. As the operation unfolds, we see the working lives of men and women directly affected by terrorism. Among them: a firemen worried about the increasingly dangerous conditions he and his men are expected to work under; the head of the anti-terrorist branch whose responsibility it is to protect London and a female Muslim detective brought into Scotland Yard to investigate another suspected terrorist cell. But it is too late to stop the attack. Outside Liverpool Street station suicide bombers detonate a large radiological dispersal device (RDD). The explosive blast kills scores of commuters and sends a cloud of smoke containing radioactive debris high into the morning sky. For the police, a desperate struggle to find and stop secondary attacks begins. For the fire service, the difficult and dangerous ... Written by kjwilliams1079

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On a quiet street the men next door are going about their business. The business of nuclear terrorism. See more »

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Awesome T.V. Drama
11 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dirty War is absolutely one of the best political, government, and well written T.V. Drama's in the 25 years.

The acting is superb, the writing is spectacular.

Diry War reveals the true side of why we are not ready to respond to a Nuclear, Biological, and Radiological Terrorist Attack here on American soil.

Dirty War should be made into a major motion picture - It's that good! I highly recommend this great drama to everyone who desire to know the truth.

This T.V. drama reveals how British Intelligence (MI5 & MI6) attempt to expose a terrorist plot and conspiracy to destroy innocent victims -because of England's involvement in the Iraq War.

The scenes of different parts of London, England are also spectacular.

Dirty War is a must see!!!


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