Gemma Boyd, an attractive 17-yr old, is found dead at the bottom of a staircase. Although the cause of death was a broken neck, there is little to indicate whether she fell or was pushed. ... See full summary »

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Marcelle Duprey ...
Kate Franklin
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Paul Franklin
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Victoria Gay ...
Gemma Boyd
Amanda Burton ...
Sam Ryan
Michael Siberry ...
Dr. James Reynolds
Nick Reding ...
D.I. Michael Connor
Mark Letheren ...
D.S. Rob Bradley
Bill Armstrong ...
Trevor Stewart (as William Armstrong)
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D.C. Wright
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Eileen Bennett
Poppy Rogers ...
Dana Bennett
Ruth McCabe ...
Wyn Ryan
Nick Bagnall ...
Lee Bennett
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Gemma Boyd, an attractive 17-yr old, is found dead at the bottom of a staircase. Although the cause of death was a broken neck, there is little to indicate whether she fell or was pushed. She was found in a vacant house that her estate agent mother and step-father were selling. The autopsy reveals that Gemma had already had a child and was pregnant. The police think that Gemma's boyfriend is their man but when someone else is revealed as the father in the latest pregnancy, Sam thinks there is a far more complex set of relationships at play. Sam's sister Wyn visits from Ireland with big news: she is going to get married. Sam's relationship with James however takes an unfortunate turn and seems to come to an end. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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2 April 1998 (UK)  »

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