Boxer Kevin Sharma dies from blows received in the ring, but pathologist Sam Ryan determines that he has a brain injury dating from sometime after his last bout two months ago. One of the ... See full summary »

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Terence Cross
Ruth Lass ...
Terri Cross
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Tony Kennedy
Amanda Burton ...
Ruth McCabe ...
Riz Abbasi ...
Kevin Sharma
Bill Armstrong ...
Dr. Trevor Stewart (as William Armstrong)
Frank Grimes ...
Keith Jones
Frederick Treves ...
Jack Reeve
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Charlie
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Barry
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Det. Supt. Peter Ross
Bunny May ...
Burgess
Ian Liston ...
M.C.
Tom Lucy ...
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Boxer Kevin Sharma dies from blows received in the ring, but pathologist Sam Ryan determines that he has a brain injury dating from sometime after his last bout two months ago. One of the governors of the boxing board, retired police Superintendent Jack Reeve, is concerned that it will reflect badly on them. Reeve is also trying to cancel one-time trainer Terence Cross' license after he is the victim of a hit and run accident that leaves him a quadriplegic. A new Detective Superintendent, Peter Ross, is now in charge and Sam and he knew each other many years previously. Trevor finds himself alone after his wife leaves him. Sam and her sister Wyn bury their mother Written by garykmcd

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14 February 1997 (UK)  »

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