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"Trial & Retribution" (1997) More at IMDbPro »

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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

19 October 1997
A drama of a child murder from the discovery of the crime to police investigation, then through the ensuing trial.

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
Kate Buffery ... Det. Insp. Pat North
John Abbott ... Usher
Richard Addison ... Clerk of Court
Scott Baker ... Workman
Joseph Bennett ... David Polk

Nicholas Blane ... Derek Waugh
Francesco Bruno ... Billy
Gerry Cowper ... Ann Taylor
Stephen Critchlow ... I.D. Officer
Hugh Dickson ... Usher

Anne-Marie Duff ... Cathy Gillingham (as Ann Marie Duff)

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Barry Ewart ... Bert O'Farrell
Kate Fahy ... Meg Richards
Diana Fairfax ... Magistrate

Mem Ferda ... Sgt. Crocker
David Fleeshman ... Willis Fletcher
Matt Flynn ... PC Marik
Peter Gale ... James Haggard
Donald Gee ... Vicar
Ian Good ... Prison Officer

David Gwillim ... Clive Grifiths
Josh Harris ... Tony Harris

Andrew Havill ... Clarence Oxley

Martin Herdman ... PO Fowler
Anastasia Hille ... Belinda Sinclair

Rhys Ifans ... Michael Dunn
Vera Jakob ... Ivy Green
Eluned Jones ... Helen Hughes

Hakeem Kae-Kazim ... DC Cranham (as Hakeem Kae Kazim)

Harmage Singh Kalirai ... Newsagent
Polly Kemp ... Granger - Jury

David Kennedy ... PC Phelps
Huggy Leaver ... Kenneth Poole
Alex Linstead ... Prison Doctor
Helena Little ... June - Path Lab
Sam Loggin ... Madeleine Gillingham (as Sam Loggins)
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt. Satchell

Russell Mabey ... Daniel - Forensics
Helena McCarthy ... Enid Marsh

Helen McCrory ... Anita Harris
Nicholas McGaughey ... Terry Smith

Connor McIntyre ... Mr. Hall
Peter McNamara ... Tom Harris
Mary Miller ... Mrs. Gillingham
Lloyd Moss ... Ryan Hyman
Pauline Munro ... Mrs. Cheshire
Stephen Osborne ... TSG Sergeant
George Pensotti ... Judge Geoffrey Winfield
Peggy Phango ... Mrs. Wald
Corrina Preece ... Receptionist (as Corinna Preece)
Terry Raven ... Jewish Man - Jury
Mitchell Ray ... Jason Harris

Corin Redgrave ... Robert Rylands
Millie Ricks ... Julie Harris

Lee Ross ... Peter James

George Rossi ... Det. Sgt. Donaldson

Daniel Ryan ... PC Brown
Nicola Sanderson ... Karen Hyam

Andrew Scarborough ... Tom - Forensics
Mo Sesay ... Stephen Cookham
Anna Sharkey ... Midge Parker Brown
Morag Siller ... Nancy - Forensics
George Sweeney ... Foreman
David Telfer ... Sgt. Johns
Colin Welland ... Mallory

Jake Wood ... PC Barridge
Janine Wood ... Louise - Forensics
Jason Young ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

20 October 1997
Dunn's trial does not, initially, go well for the police due to tainted evidence - the washing line that supposedly strangled Julie as planted. Also an alibi turns up and a Not Guilty verdict seems likely. However the alibi cannot account for Dunn's whereabouts at the time of the murder and there is mention of a blue sherry bottle supposedly used in the murder. The hunt is on to find that bottle and hopefully use it as evidence.

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Walker
Kate Buffery ... D.I. North
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt.. Satchell

Hakeem Kae-Kazim ... D.C. Cranham (as Hakeem Kae Kazim)

Jake Wood ... P.C. Barridge

David Kennedy ... P.C. Phelps

Daniel Ryan ... P.C. Brown
Kate Fahy ... Meg Richards

Rhys Ifans ... Michael Dunn

Helen McCrory ... Anita Harris

Lee Ross ... Peter James
Mitchell Ray ... Jason Harris
Josh Harris ... Tony Harris
Millie Ricks ... Julie Harris
Peter McNamara ... Tom Harris
Eluned Jones ... Helen Hughes
Helena McCarthy ... Enid Marsh
Vera Jakob ... Ivy Green
Nicola Sanderson ... Karen Hyam

Connor McIntyre ... Mr. Hall
Peggy Phango ... Mrs. Wald
Nicholas McGaughey ... Terry Smith
Gerry Cowper ... Ann Taylor
Huggy Leaver ... Kenneth Poole
Donald Gee ... Vicar
Colin Welland ... Mallory

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Anastasia Hille ... Belinda Sinclair

Corin Redgrave ... Rylands
David Fleeshman ... Fletcher

Nicholas Blane ... Waugh

David Gwillim ... Clive Griffith
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield
John Abbott ... Usher
Hugh Dickson ... Usher
Richard Addison ... Clerk of Court
Polly Kemp ... Granger - Jury
Terry Raven ... Jury - Jewish Man
Mo Sesay ... Stephen Cookham

Andrew Havill ... Clarence Oxley
Diana Fairfax ... Magistrate
Mary Miller ... Mrs. Gillingham

Anne-Marie Duff ... Cathy Gillingham (as Ann Marie Duff)
Sam Loggin ... Madeleine Gillingham (as Sam Loggins)
Pauline Munro ... Mrs. Cheshire
Corrina Preece ... Receptionist (as Corinna Preece)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

18 October 1998
A serial killer has been viciously attacking women before murdering them. However one victim survives and names the arrogant Damon Morton as her assailant. The case is not helped by the fact that Morton clearly has a hold over people, such as the three employees who come forward to claim responsibility for the crimes and his put-upon wife, who gives him an alibi.

David Hayman ... Det Supt. Walker
Kate Buffery ... DI North
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt. Satchell

Daniel Ryan ... Det. Sgt. Brown

Deborah Findlay ... DC Jill Ashton
George Asprey ... DC Hutchens
Chris Young ... DC Baxter

Deobia Oparei ... DC Palmer (as Dhobi Oparei)

Kris Marshall ... PC. Henshaw

David Kennedy ... PC Phelps
Roger Alborough ... Sgt. Morris
Paul Kynman ... Det. Sgt. Batchley

Iain Glen ... Damon Morton
Emma Croft ... Cindy Morton
Camilla Hunsley ... Charmaine Morton
William Bass ... Karl Morton

Christine Tremarco ... Cheryl Goodall
Linda Henry ... Marilyn Spark

Enzo Cilenti ... Antonio Bellini

Hugh Dancy ... Roberto Bellini

Joseph Long ... Salvatore Bellini
Andrew Buckley ... Jimmy Garrett
Shirley King ... Mrs. Garrett

Danny Sapani ... Nicky Burton
Mona Hammond ... Bibi Harrow
Sian Martin ... Susie Harrow
Sebrene Maher ... Justine Harrow
Helen Anderson ... Carol Lennox

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Marlene Sidaway ... Dr. Deirdre Smith
Rowena Cooper ... Corinna Maddox

Nicholas Blane ... Derek Waugh
Mario Kalli ... Mehmet Al Said
Mo Sesay ... James Cookham

Andrew Havill ... Crispin Oxley
Oliver Montgomery ... Archie Wilson

Nicola Hughes ... Shiree Moyer
Iain Mitchell ... Vernon
Madhav Sharma ... Dr. Jaffre
Stephen Critchlow ... I.D. Officer
Carol Hawkins ... Monica Fuller
Josh Richards ... Drainage Man
Helena Little ... Pathology Asst.
Barbara Thorn ... Child Protection Officer
James Woolley ... Anaesthetist
Hannah Waterman ... Nurse
Lawrence Werber ... Surgeon
Diana Fairfax ... Magistrate
Julie Mullen ... Mrs. Goodall
Joann Condon ... College Student

Eric Carte ... Slater (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

19 October 1998
Survivor Marilyn Stark's identification of Morton as her attacker is given credence when the severed breasts of the dead victims are discovered on Morton's business premises and he is sent for trial. He is defended by the formidable Corinna Maddox, known as 'Batwoman' for her tenacity, whilst the prosecutor is supercilious but wily Rupert Halliday, whose best line of attack is to work on Morton's cowed wife Cindy,who put up with his bringing his young mistress home and is doubtless giving him a false alibi.

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Walker
Kate Buffery ... DI North
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt. Satchell

Daniel Ryan ... Det. Sgt. Brown

Deborah Findlay ... DC. Jill Ashton
George Asprey ... DC. Hutchens
Chris Young ... DC. Baxter

Deobia Oparei ... DC Palmer (as Dhobi Oparei)

Kris Marshall ... PC Henshaw

David Kennedy ... PC Phelps

Iain Glen ... Damon Morton
Emma Croft ... Cindy Morton
Camilla Hunsley ... Charmaine Morton
William Bass ... Karl Morton

Christine Tremarco ... Cheryl Goodall
Linda Henry ... Marilyn Spark

Enzo Cilenti ... Antonio Bellini

Hugh Dancy ... Roberto Bellini

Joseph Long ... Salvatore Bellini
Andrew Buckley ... Jimmy Garrett
Shirley King ... Mrs. Garrett

Danny Sapani ... Nicky Burton
Mona Hammond ... Bibi Harrow
Sian Martin ... Susie Harrow
Peter Gowen ... Colin Lennox (as Peter Gowan)
Helen Anderson ... Carol Lennox
Rowena Cooper ... Corinna Maddox

Nicholas Blane ... Derek Waugh

Simon Callow ... Rupert Halliday
David Fleeshman ... Willis Fletcher
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield
Simon Robson ... Lawrence Camplin
Simon Clark ... Crown Court Clerk
Hugh Dickson ... Usher 1
John Abbott ... Usher 2
Christopher Hadfield ... Jury Foreman (as Chris Hadfield)
Clifford Milner ... Prison Officer
Edward Jewesbury ... Judge Jeffries

Andrew Havill ... Crispin Oxley
Oliver Montgomery ... Archie Wilson
Mo Sesay ... James Cookham

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster

David Gwillim ... Clive Griffith
Nicholas Beveney ... Vincent Nailer
Stephen Critchlow ... I.D. Officer
Jake Abraham ... Taxi Driver (as Jake Abrahams)
Joanna Griffiths ... Prostitute
Darren Clarke ... Soho Doorman
Natasha Estelle Williams ... Soho Club Waitress
Andrew Hesker ... Photographer
John D. Collins ... Plea Court Clerk

Liz Fuller ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

7 October 1999
Teenager Cassie Booth disappears whilst on her paper round and her clothes are found in a boat house belonging to Karl Wilding, a business with an alcoholic wife Rebecca. Wilding is the prime suspect but then seemingly helpful Stephen Warrington, a wine merchant who has initially brought a complaint about a house being used as a brothel, demonstrates too much interest in both the case and in Pat North, now living with Walker as his partner. Warrington is a man with bipolar disease who suffers from frightening mood swings - as Pat will discover.
Candice Mandeville ... Cassie Booth
Theresa Petts ... Mrs. Booth
Sheila Burrell ... Mrs. Greenway
Jonathan Dow ... D.S. Pete Barrow (as Jo Dow)
Shan Khan ... D.C. Ian Dawes
Ganiat Kasumu ... D.C. Gwen Holgate
Kate Buffery ... D.I. Pat North
George Asprey ... D.C. Jack Hutchens
Michael Simkins ... Chief Supt. Frank Bradley

Richard E. Grant ... Stephen Warrington
Felicity Dean ... Susan Warrington
Patricia Potter ... Emily

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Mike Walker
Colin Lainchbury-Brown ... P.C. Warren Myles
Louis Decosta Johnson ... D.S. Rick Ross (as Louis Decosta-Johnson)

Anthony Higgins ... Karl Wilding
Paul Kynman ... D.I. Jeff Batchley
Amanda Boxer ... Rebecca Wilding
Angela Rippon ... TV Presenter
Ellie Martin-Sperry ... Charlotte Warrington
Charlotte West-Oram ... Angela Bentall
Leigh Foley ... Mark Wilson
Sally Sheridan ... Mrs. Wilson
Sandra James-Young ... D.C. Vivien Watkins
Simon Cook ... Newscaster

Andy Capie ... Frogman 1
Duncan Holmes ... Frogman 2
Dani Harmer ... Amy Walker (as Danielle Harmer)
Ben Robinson ... Richard Walker
Graham Kent ... Daniel Booth
Ursula Holden Gill ... Waitress
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell
Natalie York ... Laura
Barbara Thorn ... Child Protection Officer
Stephen Critchlow ... I.D. Officer
Richard Heffer ... Alan Napier
Phil Cornwell ... Levine

John Mackay ... Forensic Scientist
Lynne Hazelden ... SOCO (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

14 October 1999
With all niceties gone now and Walker too self-absorbed to realise the peril that his girlfriend is in, Pat North is abducted by Warrington and forced to discover Cassie North's corpse. He is eventually brought to trial in what should be a very simple matter but it is apparent that Karl Wilding also had a part to play in Cassie's murder.

Richard E. Grant ... Stephen Warrington

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Mike Walker
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell
Richard Heffer ... Alan Napier
Jonathan Dow ... D.S. Pete Barrow (as Jo Dow)
Felicity Dean ... Susan Warrington
Andrew Grainger ... Don Clark
Amanda Boxer ... Rebecca Wilding
Shan Khan ... D.C. Ian Dawes

Anthony Higgins ... Karl Wilding
Kate Buffery ... D.I. Pat North
Stephen Crane ... Swimming Pool Manager
George Asprey ... D.C. Jack Hutchens
Louis Decosta Johnson ... D.S. Rick Ross (as Louis Decosta-Johnson)
Ganiat Kasumu ... D.C. Gwen Holgate
Colin Lainchbury-Brown ... P.C. Warren Myles

Nicholas Blane ... Derek Waugh
Sheila Burrell ... Mrs. Greenway
Graham Kent ... Daniel Booth
Theresa Petts ... Mrs. Booth
Frances Tomelty ... Norma O'Sullivan

Simon Callow ... Rupert Halliday
David Fleeshman ... Willis Fletcher
Simon Robson ... Lawrence Camplin
Paul Betts ... Matt Biggadike
Katie Fox ... Lucy Hillard
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield
Trevor Nichols ... Foreman
Jane Paul ... Janet (Usher)
John D. Collins ... Clerk of Court
Ian Jeffs ... Journalist

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

4 October 2000
DI Pat North is assigned to look into case that may clear a man convicted of murder eight years ago.

James Wilby ... James McCready
Megan De Wolf ... Fiona Meadows - Age 7
Rosy De Wolf ... Fiona Meadows - Age 7

Steven Hartley ... Gary Meadows
Clifford Milner ... Prison Officer 2

Corin Redgrave ... Robert Rylands

Christopher Neame ... Ben Duffield
Kate Buffery ... D.I. Pat North

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell
Zoe Lucker ... Catrina Roberts
Michael Simkins ... Chief Supt. Frank Bradley
Pip Miller ... D.C.I. George Allard
Sandra James-Young ... D.C. Vivien Watkins (as Sandra James Young)
James Simmons ... D.I. Doug Collins

Peter De Jersey ... D.I. Les Pilling
Richard McCabe ... Roger Barker

Rosamund Pike ... Lucy - Barker's P.A.
Gillian Goodman ... Mrs. Joan Plover

Jessica Fox ... Fiona Meadows - Age 15
Richard Flemming ... Keith Tanner
Frances Cuka ... Eva Widelski

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Chloe Smyth ... Fiona - Actress
Charles Cartmell ... McCready - Actor

Tristan Gemmill ... Meadows - Actor
Carol MacReady ... Vera Collingwood
Bella Enahoro ... Zita Sallinger (as Bella Enahora)
Kevin Quarmby ... Asst. Chief Const. John Stanley
Barbara Thorn ... Barbara MacKenzie

Kathryn Drysdale ... Pregnant Girl
Ian Pearson ... Boyfriend
Sally Howitt ... Liz Hood

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

5 October 2000
Gary Meadows' daughter Fiona, who was only seven years old at the time of her father's death, comes forward,prepared to testify that she was present when Gary killed himself and she supports McCready's account of events. The case has become the subject of a crusading television documentary-drama, again in support of McCready. Vilified and suspended and at odds with Pat, Mike Walker goes to Glasgow to pursue his own private enquiries.

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
Kate Buffery ... D.I. Pat North

James Wilby ... James McCready

Steven Hartley ... Gary Meadows
Richard McCabe ... Roger Barker
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell
Zoe Lucker ... Catrina Roberts
Charles Cartmell ... McCready - Actor

Tristan Gemmill ... Meadows - Actor
Veronica Clifford ... Vera - Actress
Carol MacReady ... Vera Collingwood
Megan De Wolf ... Fiona Meadows - Age 7
Rosy De Wolf ... Fiona Meadows - Age 7
Sally Howitt ... Liz Hood
Freddie Boardley ... George Connelly
Bella Enahoro ... Zita Sallinger
Kevin Quarmby ... Asst. Chief Const. John Stanley

Corin Redgrave ... Robert Rylands QC MP

Christopher Neame ... Ben Duffield
Sheila Donald ... Violet Walker
Phil McCall ... Jock Connelly

Elizabeth Caproni ... Emma
Jim McKechnie ... Uniformed Officer
Philip Voss ... Lord Justice Henry Bradpiece
Kika Markham ... Mrs. Justice Caroline Piggott
George Pensotti ... Mr. Justice Geoffrey Winfield

Don Warrington ... Willard Pembroke
Trevor Blythe ... Clerk
Hari Dhillon ... Ashley Freeman (as Harry Dillon)

Sebastian Dunn ... James Bunn
Ruth Lass ... Melanie Crass
Sandra James-Young ... D.C. Vivien Watkins (as Sandra James Young)
Lindy Whiteford ... Sheila Connelly
Daniel Kerr ... Driver
Frances Cuka ... Eva Widelski
Janet Hargreaves ... Woman Neighbour
Barbara Thorn ... Barbara Mackenzie
Bill Buffery ... Colleague
Jane Paul ... Janet - Court Usher

Jessica Fox ... Fiona Meadows - Age 15
Gillian Goodman ... Mrs. Joan Plover

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

19 June 2002
The team investigates the discovery of a young woman's skeleton in a yard of what used to be a boarding house.
Stewart Howson ... Dennis - Demolition Worker

Nick Bartlett ... Harry - Demolition Worker

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt. Dave Satchell
Tony Bell ... S.O.C.O.

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Paul Kynman ... Det. Insp. Jeff Batchley
James Simmons ... Det Const. Doug Collins

Inday Ba ... Det. Const. Lisa West
Kate Buffery ... Det. Insp. Pat North
Sandra James-Young ... Det. Const. Vivien Watkins
Souad Faress ... Dr. Sudha Malik
Simon Molloy ... Officer #2

Dermot Crowley ... Angus Taylor
Liz Smith ... Mrs. Dorothy Norton
Maggie McCarthy ... Kathleen Norton

Sean Chapman ... Graham Richards
Polly Hemingway ... Mrs. Flo Cartwright, Care Worker

William Tapley ... Dr. Andrews
Romilly Weeks ... TV Reporter
Susan Engel ... Sylvia Newberg
Ian Jeffs ... Pushy Journalist

John Sheahan ... Journalist #2
Charlotte Teichman ... Journalist #3
Nikki Wilson ... Show Girl (as Nikki Smith)
Georgina Hale ... Tammy Delaney
Annette Lynton ... Greta Bertram (as Annette Lynton-Mason)
Jacqueline Tong ... Lynn Walker

Greg Bennett ... CID Detective
Paul Courtenay Hyu ... Officer 1
Jane Paul ... Janet, Court Usher

Season 5, Episode 2: Episode #5.2

20 June 2002
The daughter of the former owners, Kathleen Norton, is found by DNA to be the mother of the mummified baby, and Graham Richards is the father. Walker charges Kathleen Norton with the murders, but Satchel is not so sure that Graham Richards should not be charged as well.
Helen Ayres ... Prison Officer

Inday Ba ... Det. Const. Lisa West
Chris Barnes ... Edward Colly

Linette Beaumont ... Justine Hayward

Greg Bennett ... CID Detective
Kate Binchy ... Sister Osbourne

Nicholas Blane ... Derek Waugh
Kate Buffery ... Det. Insp. Pat North

Simon Callow ... Rupert Halliday

Sean Chapman ... Graham Richards

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Susan Engel ... Sylvia Newberg
Serena Evans ... Hannah Day
David Fleeshman ... Willis Fletcher
Eamon Geoghegan ... Stephen Day
Dani Harmer ... Amy Walker (as Danielle Harmer)

Naomie Harris ... Tara Gray

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
Sandra James-Young ... Det. Const. Vivien Watkins
Paul Kynman ... Det. Insp. Jeff Batchley
Dorian Lough ... Det. Sgt. Dave Satchell
Maggie McCarthy ... Kathleen Norton
George Pensotti ... Mr. Justice Geoffrey Winfield
Ben Robinson ... Richard Walker
Simon Robson ... Lawrence Camplin
James Simmons ... Det Const. Doug Collins
Liz Smith ... Mrs. Dorothy Norton
Jacqueline Tong ... Lynn Walker
Martyn Whitby ... Prison Security Officer
Deborah Winckles ... Solicitor

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Episode #6.1

6 October 2002
A mother, walking her dog, accompanied by her two daughters, is abducted by a long-haired man in a nearby woods. The daughters see the man and their mother struggling; the mother tells them to run. Walker is put on the case; meanwhile, Walker's ex-wife has a new boyfriend.
Juliette Cheveley ... Jane Mellor
Gemma Bourne ... Tara Mellor
Katie Angelou ... Diana Leach
Kate Buffery ... Det. Insp. Pat North
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker
James Simmons ... D.C. Doug Collins
Jacqueline Tong ... Lynn Walker
Martin Wenner ... James Mellor

Tim McInnerny ... Eric Fowler
Ben Robinson ... Richard Walker
Dani Harmer ... Amy Walker (as Danielle Harmer)

Inday Ba ... D.C. Lisa West (as N'Deaye Baa-Clements)
Ben Goddard ... Crispin Yates
Barbara Thorn ... Barbara MacKenzie

Ivan Kaye ... Bob Brickman

Con O'Neill ... Alan Brickman
James Ford ... Donny Brickman
Sheila Donald ... Violet Walker

Christian J. Simpson ... Mr. Frances
Nathan Taylor ... PC Brian Metcalfe

Season 6, Episode 2: Episode #6.2

7 October 2002
The tooth of the abducted woman is found in the debris from a wood chipper. Meanwhile, Walker's ex-wife's boyfriend turns psychotic.

Inday Ba ... D.C. Lisa West (as N'Deaye Baa-Clements)
Kate Buffery ... Det. Insp. Pat North
Juliette Cheveley ... Jane Mellor

Camille Coduri ... Sharon Fearnley, Bob Brickman's Wife
Gregory Cox ... Selection Panel Chairman

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Bella Emberg ... Mrs. Fowler
David Fairweather ... Mr. Tulley
James Ford ... Donny Brickman

Cate Fowler ... Clerk #1

James Fox ... Willoughby Stevens QC
Ben Goddard ... Crispin Yates
Dani Harmer ... Amy Walker (as Danielle Harmer)
Sarah Hayes ... Legal Aid

David Hayman ... Det. Supt. Michael Walker

Ivan Kaye ... Bob Brickman
Jonathan Kydd ... Pinton
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell

Tim McInnerny ... Eric Fowler
Yvonne Newman ... Jury Forewoman

Con O'Neill ... Alan Brickman

Christopher Obi ... Security Officer
Jane Paul ... Janet, Court Usher
George Pensotti ... Mr. Justice Geoffrey Winfield
Colin Prockter ... Major Giddings

Corin Redgrave ... Robert Rylands QC, MP
Stevan Rimkus ... Jimmy Walker
Ben Robinson ... Richard Walker
Michael Simkins ... Chief Supt Bradley
James Simmons ... D.C. Doug Collins
Jacqueline Tong ... Lynn Walker
Martin Wenner ... James Mellor

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Suspicion: Part 1

1 September 2003
A woman disappears from her home as a severed hand is found floating in a nearby river. Could there be a connection?

David Hayman ... Chief Supt Mike Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Charles Dance ... Greg Harwood

Ben Cross ... Det. Sgt. Taylor Matthews

Neve McIntosh ... Carla Worth

Georgia Mackenzie ... PC Alison Daniels

Julianne White ... Francis Hall

Gemma Jones ... Jean Mullins

Inday Ba ... DC Lisa West (as N'Deaye Ba)
Barbara Thorn ... Barbara Mackenzie
Amanda Boxer ... Lady Winfield
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield

Anatol Yusef ... PC Barry Skinner

Kayvan Novak ... Craig Board

Simone Bowkett ... Diana Harwood

Richard Durden ... Dr. John. Foster
Tim Faraday ... Estate Agent

James Greene ... Male Neighbour
Geoffrey Freshwater ... Abbatoir Manager
Victoria Hardy ... Sara Harwood
Faith Hardy ... Susie Harwood

Season 7, Episode 2: Suspicion: Part 2

2 September 2003
Walker is being pressured by Judge and Lady Winfield (George Pensotti and Amanda Boxer) as they are counting on him to locate their missing daughter Diane (Simone Bowkett); Diane's husband Greg (Charles Dance) claims she has left home after yet another domestic row. As Walker digs deeper he uncovers information that links with Connor's murder enquiry. Together they have a killing, and a killer who appears to have orchestrated the perfect murder. There is, however, no body. Connor and Walker lock horns to unravel the truth as the case becomes a high stakes battle of wits - a frightening horror story about a killer so clever that his case might never be brought to justice...

David Hayman ... Chief Supt Mike Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Charles Dance ... Greg Harwood

Ben Cross ... DS Taylor Matthews

Neve McIntosh ... Carla Worth

Georgia Mackenzie ... PC Alison Daniels
Sara Kestelman ... Judge Emily Hillard

Gemma Jones ... Jean Mullins

Inday Ba ... DC Lisa West (as N'Deaye Ba)
Barbara Thorn ... Barbara Mackenzie

Jim Carter ... Dr. Jenkins
Amanda Boxer ... Lady Winfield
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield

Anatol Yusef ... PC Barry Skinner

Kayvan Novak ... Craig Board

Pip Torrens ... DCS Richard Lawson

Simone Bowkett ... Diana Harwood
Daniel Brown ... PC Haigh
Daniel Jackson ... Peter Carlisle
Clare Swinburne ... Julia Summers
Andrew Burt ... A P Donald

John Hopkins ... Ian Frogton QC

Raad Rawi ... Marcus Quinn QC
Jean Boht ... Female Neighbour
Victoria Hardy ... Sara Harwood
Faith Hardy ... Susie Harwood

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Blue Eiderdown: Part 1

11 October 2004
DCI Roisin Connor finds herself investigating the death of Angela Dutton who either jumped, or was pushed, off her balcony falling several stories to her death. Connor isn't pleased to learn that Det. Chief Supt. Walker has been asked to keep an eye on the case. The autopsy reveals that Angela was struck on the back of the head before her fall. Angela was a prostitute who worked at her boyfriend's private members sex club. When Connor learns that Angela's mother Susan Delray was killed in 1990 and the case remains unsolved, she explores the possibility that the two deaths are somehow connected. When she discovers that a cabinet minister, a judge and a senior police officer were involved with Susan Delray, the case takes on a new dimension.
Alfie Pitts ... Boy on Bike
Dorian Lough ... D.S. Dave Satchell
Kathryn Sumner ... Susan Delray / Angela Dutton

Victoria Smurfit ... D.C.I. Roisin Connor

Colin Salmon ... Colin Thorpe

Richard Durden ... Dr. John Foster
Sarah Ozeke ... D.C. Lisa West

David Hayman ... Det.Chief Supt. Michael Walker
Bill Thomas ... Norman Gladstone
William Chubb ... Chief Supt. Martin Wilkes

Gemma Jones ... Dr. Jean Mullins
Stephen Moore ... Judge Andrew Saxon
Janine Duvitski ... Sandra Dutton
Gus Gallagher ... Actor in TV Insert

Nicholas Farrell ... Jonathan Southwood MP

Saskia Thomas ... Crystal
Michael Attwell ... Brian the Bouncer
Nichola Theobald ... Sherry
Julie Healy ... Blondie
Stephen Boxer ... Alex Summerton

Rayna Campbell ... Ebony

Frances Barber ... Cassandra
Brana Bajic ... Mila Raskovic
Steve Benham ... Brothel Customer (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: Blue Eiderdown: Part 2

12 October 2004
The unsolved investigation into the murder of the 70s TV star Susan Delray is reopened. Did the same killer murder Susan's prostitute daughter Angela? It soon becomes clear that mother and daughter shared more than just good looks and a taste for high living. The case leads Connor and Walker to a luxurious private club run by Angela's boyfriend (Colin Salmon). It discreetly caters for the various sexual tastes of its rich members, however bizarre. But both officers are drawn further into this powerfully seductive and sinister world than they intend.

David Hayman ... Det.Chief Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... D.C.I. Roisin Connor
Stephen Moore ... Judge Andrew Saxon

Sean McGinley ... Ken Latham
Sarah Ozeke ... D.C. Lisa West
Kathryn Sumner ... Susan Delray / Angela Dutton
William Chubb ... Chief Supt. Martin Wilkes

Nicholas Farrell ... Jonathan Southwood MP
Dorian Lough ... D.S. David Satchell

Colin Salmon ... Colin Thorpe
Brana Bajic ... Mila Raskovic

Lucy Akhurst ... Emily Southwood (as Lucy Ackhurst)
Stephen Boxer ... Alex Summerton
Chrissie Cotterill ... Barbara Brentwood
Ian Ashpitel ... Surveillance Officer

Saskia Thomas ... Crystal
Julie Healy ... Blondie

Rayna Campbell ... Ebony

Frances Barber ... Cassandra
Nichola Theobald ... Sherry (as Nicola Theobald)
Michael Attwell ... Brian the Bouncer

Roisin Rae ... Babysitter
Eden Salmon ... Niko Raskovic
Sophie Shotton ... Clerk of Court
Sara Kestelman ... Judge Emily Hillard
Janine Duvitski ... Sandra Dutton
Paul Bentall ... Prosecuting QC Killbright
Garry Marriott ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The Lovers: Part 1

7 November 2005
A newly-wed couple are broken up when the husband goes missing. Has he done a runner or is there more to it?

David Hayman ... Chief Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Michael Feast ... Tom Franke
Miriam Heard ... Susan Harrington

David Calder ... William Thorpe

Penny Downie ... Mrs. Thorpe
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Gemma Jones ... Dr. Jean Mullins
Sarah Ozeke ... DC Lisa West
Marcia Warren ... Enid Franke

Patrick Godfrey ... Mr. Gordon
Gerard Murphy ... DS Gregg
Milo Twomey ... Mark Harrington
Penny Smith ... TV Interviewer
Paul Ready ... Harry Cranley
Roger Monk ... Arnie Green (as Roger Monks)

Joy Richardson ... Ronna Rodgers
Mary Miller ... Felicity Harper

Emily Head ... Natalie Franke

Daisy Head ... Naomi Franke
Arionel Vargas ... Romeo
Joanna Maley ... Juliet

Marysia Kay ... Kidnapped Girl (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 2: The Lovers: Part 2

8 November 2005
When the police find other cases of people who vanished into thin air, they begin to think they may have a serial killer on their hands. They arrest Tom Franke, seen on CCTV footage as a regular at the Covent Garden market where Harrington disappeared. He doesn't fit the pattern of a serial killer but Walker isn't prepared to rule him out. When the police broadcast his image and asking for anyone who might know him to get in touch, Franke sets out to take advantage of a still frantic Susan Harrington. He lures her to a meeting with a promise to bring her to her husband, but he's not as clever as he thinks and is soon arrested and charged with murder. The principal questions at his trial are about the perpetrator's mental health and whether he is 'mad' or 'bad'.

David Hayman ... Det. Chief Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Michael Feast ... Tom Franke
Miriam Heard ... Susan Harrington

Patrick Godfrey ... Mr. Gordon

Julian Glover ... Guy Harper Knowles QC
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Sarah Ozeke ... DC Lisa West
Marcia Warren ... Enid Franke

Gemma Jones ... Dr. Jean Mullins
Milo Twomey ... Mark Harrington

Richard Strange ... Raymond Markham

Guy Henry ... Charles Bingham QC
George Pensotti ... Judge Winfield

David Bolton ... Eddie
Judith Sharp ... Clerk of Court
Guy Williams ... Jury Foreman

Paul Bazely ... Dr. Adam Nynagh

Anne Lambton ... Juror
Bronwen Williams ... Juror

Jeff Mirza ... Juror
Victoria Kruger ... Juror
Kent Baker ... Juror
Jessica Claire ... Juror

Christopher Rithin ... Jimmy

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Sins of the Father: Part 1

6 March 2006
DCI Roisin O'Connor and DS David Satchell investigate the apparent murder of Emily Harrogate who is found by her parents at the bottom of the cellar stairs. When the parents and their two younger children returned home the previous evening, they assumed she was in, but did not check. The girl's mother Diedre is a compulsive cleaner and cleaned the house before going to bed. When they found the girl the next morning, the distraught parents moved her to the study. Between the cleaning and moving the body, much of the evidence has been contaminated. The police suspect however that someone she knew killed her and eventually focus on a teen-aged neighbor, Michael Summerby. Det. Chief Supt. Michael Walker meanwhile works to ensure that a dangerous sociopath isn't released on parole. He's also having trouble with his 15-year old son who has become withdrawn and seems to have lost all interest in school. When the boy is arrested, Walker decides to take some time off to help him.

David Hayman ... Det.Chief Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Greg Wise ... John Harrogate

Nadia Cameron-Blakey ... Diedre Harrogate

Claire Bloom ... Helen Masters

Andrew Lee Potts ... Michael Summerby (as Andrew-Lee Potts)

Michael Fassbender ... Douglas Nesbitt
Benedict Smith ... Richard Walker
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Sarah Ozeke ... DC Lisa West

Gemma Jones ... Dr. Jean Mullins

Glynis Barber ... Dora Hills
Rachel Davies ... Ellen Summerby

Max Benitz ... James Harrogate
James Musgrave ... Mark Harrogate

Carey Mulligan ... Emily Harrogate

Tim Potter ... Dr. Adrian Kinton
Mark McCubbin ... Peter Brett

Kate Maravan ... Miss Sugden
James Sutton ... Barry Milne
Zahra Ahmadi ... DC Imelda Folks
William Ely ... Sgt. Grant
Hannah Smith ... Julia Fellows
Ellie Martin-Sperry ... Samantha

Emerald Fennell ... Sheena
Mark Buffery ... Dr. Kenneth Hauw

Janet Suzman ... Winifred Morgan QC
Helen Schlesinger ... Dr. Harriet Simmons
Ellen Thomas ... Judge Joyce Addo
Judith Sharp ... Clerk of Court
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West

Koel Purie ... Margaret Dawes (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 2: Sins of the Father: Part 2

15 January 2007
The police continue their investigation into Emily Harogate's death. Dr. Mullins thinks that her death is anything but accidental. DCI O'Connor is certain that it's friend or family-related. They know that Emily had come home an hour early and believe she went home to meet someone. The police find a motive when Emily's diary reveals that she and Michael Summerby had been seeing each but that she was going to end her relationship with him. Michael is arrested and charged with her murder. He's not very cooperative with his barrister and he is clearly hiding something. Meanwhile, Walker's son Richard is under arrest for injuring swans in a local pond. He's also in possession of a small amount of marijuana. The boy is sullen and Walker's a bit at a loss as to what is going on. The police decide not to press charges provided the boy undergoes therapy. Walker takes time off to deal with it all.

David Hayman ... Det.Chief Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Greg Wise ... John Harrogate

Nadia Cameron-Blakey ... Diedre Harrogate

Claire Bloom ... Helen Masters

Andrew Lee Potts ... Michael Summerby (as Andrew-Lee Potts)

Michael Fassbender ... Douglas Nesbitt
Benedict Smith ... Richard Walker

Janet Suzman ... Winifred Morgan QC
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Glynis Barber ... Dora Hills
Rachel Davies ... Ellen Summerby

Max Benitz ... James Harrogete
James Musgrave ... Mark Harrogate

Carey Mulligan ... Emily Harrogate

Tim Potter ... Dr. Adrian Kinton
Helen Schlesinger ... Dr. Harriet Simmons
Sarah Ozeke ... DC Lisa West
Ellen Thomas ... Judge Joyce Addo
Zahra Ahmadi ... DC Imelda Folks
Hanna Smith ... Julia Follows
Judith Sharp ... Clerk of the Court

Season 10, Episode 3: Closure: Part 1

21 January 2007
Teenager Madeline Fuller is raped and then killed and a couple of months later Walker still has no leads. He realises that the manner of Madeline's death follows the same pattern of similar unsolved crimes stretching back over some years. To assist the police with their investigation Max Stanford, an American criminal profiler, is brought onto the team.

David Hayman ... Det. Chief. Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Sarah Ozeke ... DS Lisa West

Michael Brandon ... Max Stanford
Kelly Hunter ... Mrs. Douglas
Trevor Cooper ... DI William Shawl

Crissy Rock ... Sylvia Ryan
Claire-Louise Cordwell ... Barbara
Tim McMullan ... Brooks

Andrew Garfield ... Martin Douglas
Teresa Banham ... Sheila Field
David Lyon ... Kennedy
Issy Van Randwyck ... Joyce

Laura Aikman ... Kelly Hobson
Jeanine Thorpe ... Rosemary Belling
Emily Drake ... Donna Ryan
Katharine Mal ... Nadia
Ruth Brill ... Madeleine Fuller

Stephen Aintree ... Alan Bickers
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West
Lisa Hogg ... Valerie Marlow
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer
Ian Maden ... CID Officer
Charlotte McDonagh ... Sharon
Sian Webber ... Moira Fuller
Danny Lee Wynter ... Greg Allcott

Season 10, Episode 4: Closure: Part 2

22 January 2007
Roisin's interest in Stanford goes beyond the professional when she gets drunk and amorous and Walker has to warn her about her behaviour. He is also displeased when she expresses doubts as to the reliability of a former colleague who investigated the earlier murders. When a female officer is the victim of a vicious attack, Roisin has to face up to the truth. Is Max Stanford actually who he claims to be?

Season 10, Episode 5: Paradise Lost: Part 1

28 January 2007
A blood-stained Milton Jones is found after his girl-friend is murdered. He claims that he was in amnesiac shock and cannot recall the murder, but only vaguely remembers that another man was in the victim's flat before her death. He is arrested but evidence seems to suggest his innocence. As he is black - and the dead girl was white - his family accuse Roisin of racist behaviour. Following two more slayings, it appears that a serial killer is targetting white women with black boyfriends.

David Hayman ... Det.Chief. Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Sarah Ozeke ... DS Lisa West

Clint Dyer ... Milton Jones
Adrian Lukis ... Neil Dench

Gemma Jones ... Dr. Jean Mullins
Kirsty Yates ... Sarah Tennant
Marsha Miller ... Mavis Jones

Joseph Mydell ... Matt Turner (as Joe Mydell)
Nadine Marshall ... Tania Matthews
Fred Ridgeway ... Terry Tennant
Jane Wood ... Jill Tennant
Clinton Blake ... Martin Augustus
Kate O'Flynn ... Jane Donnelly

Mark Rhino Smith ... Bouncer
Ramon Vaughan-Williams ... Wayne Hemmings

Mark Monero ... Simon Williams
Nathaniel Martello-White ... Charlie Williams

Harriet Walter ... The Judge
David Sibley ... John Gill
Nicole Charles ... Sonia
Robin Lawrence ... ID Officer
Darren Saul ... Kelvin Nelson
Rohit Bagai ... Chicken Joint Manager
Katie Mayles ... Debby
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West

Season 10, Episode 6: Paradise Lost: Part 2

29 January 2007
Believing for the moment that Milton Jones is innocent Walker decides to use him as a helper in the enquiry. DNA and forensic evidence brings in a likely suspect but unfortunately Milton fails to identify him clearly in the police line-up. Roisin meanwhile discovers that the victims were linked by a night club though staff are hostile when she investigates it against Walker's better judgment. She is also having an affair with Neil Dench, a barrister in the case, and when it looks as if Milton is in the frame again, the relationship is seen as injurious to the trial's verdict.
Fred Ridgeway ... Terry Tennant

Mark Rhino Smith ... Nicholas- Bouncer

Season 10, Episode 7: Curriculum Vitae: Part 1

4 February 2007
Single mother Suzy McDonald walks into a nightmare when she returns home from work to find her baby daughter Poppy has been slain and her nanny,Leanne, has gone missing. The police eventually locate and arrest Leanne. They find out that her real name is Rachel Burns and that she has acted as a nanny for other families in the past, in each case using assumed names. Why, if she has nothing to hide?

David Hayman ... Det. Chief Supt Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer

Ryan Kiggell ... DC Jeffrey Dobbs

Victoria Hamilton ... Suzy MacDonald

Sinead Matthews ... Rachel Burns
Dominic Rowan ... Matthew Ryan
Paul Hilton ... Lee Casper
Gillian Kearney ... Gina Casper
Kay Curram ... Janice Longay
Philip Fox ... Pathologist
Teo-Wa Vuong ... Kim-ly Chang
Tony Turner ... Richard Burns
Max Lewis ... Miles Deacon
Suzanne Church ... Mrs. Taylor
Lucy-Ann Holmes ... Leanne Taylor
Elizabeth Chadwick ... Mrs. Nelson

Jason Thorpe ... Mr. Nelson
Lathaniel Dyer ... Harley

Bhasker Patel ... Newsagent

Arsher Ali ... Radi
Michele Moran ... Check-in Clerk

David Bamber ... Rex Stafford
Annabel Mullion ... Mrs. Greenaway
Nick Sampson ... Ken Woolf
John Rowe ... Judge

Phyllis Logan ... Anna Wildsmith
Lavinia Bertram ... Stephanie Laceby
Alana Hood ... Katie
Malcolm Scates ... Mark Deacon
Chris Wilson ... Prison Officer
Eva Bartley ... Paramedic (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 8: Curriculum Vitae: Part 2

5 February 2007
The police discover that Rachel was once the nanny for a couple whose baby son,Joe, also died and Walker wants to exhume the child's body. Whilst the mother,Gina, is eventually cooperative, her husband Lee is dead against the idea and is actually defensive of Rachel, hardly surprising as he had had an affair with her. To complicate matters, Poppy's mother Suzy, is revealed to be in fragile mental health and could also be guilty of killing her child.

Victoria Hamilton ... Suzy MacDonald

Season 10, Episode 9: Mirror Image: Part 1

12 February 2007
Metroploitan Police Commander Jack Daly and his wife Honor, a magistrate ,are murdered in their home and valuables are stolen in what initially seems to have been a burglary that went wrong. However there are several people who stand to benefit by the couple's death including her brother Paul, a man with gambling debts, Janet the house-keeper, also a beneficiary in their will, and most especially their twin sons Michael and Rory who will inherit a vast fortune. Given the high profiles of the victims Walker is under pressure from his superiors to get a quick result.

David Hayman ... Det. Ch. Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer

Fiona Shaw ... Jo Wilson QC
Michael Pennington ... James Clayton Q.C.

Greg Hicks ... Paul Mandray
John Carlisle ... Judge Cooper

Suzanne Bertish ... Ms Newburgh

Olivia Hallinan ... Charlotte Rogers

Michelle Fairley ... Mrs. Jenkins

Kim Thomson ... Nicole Mandray
Pascal Langdale ... Jordan Phillips
Mark Tandy ... Dr. John Saunders
Brian Gwaspari ... Jack Delany
Gillian Gordon ... Honor Delany
Robert Timmins ... Michael Delany
Jonathan Timmins ... Rory Delany

Norma Dixit ... Clerk of the Court
John Normington ... District Judge

Elizabeth Adamczyk ... Juror
Matthew Douglas ... Andrew Sinclair
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West
Philip Herbert ... Sydney

Gemma Jones ... Jean
Paul Moody ... Reporter
Terry O'Neill ... Pat O'Keefe

Badria Timimi ... Alia Yazeed

Rick Warden ... Eric James
Garry Marriott ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Simon John Wilson ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 10: Mirror Image: Part 2

13 February 2007
Despite an apparently water-tight alibi, there is something about the twins' behaviour that makes Walker uneasy, particularly as the dominant Michael seems to be controlling his asthmatic brother, and the boys are arrested and sent for trial. Family secrets start to be revealed when Michael claims a history of abuse from his father and it also comes out that Commander Daly was being unfaithful to his wife with Janet, the house-keeper, thus widening the net again.

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: The Rules of the Game: Part 1

17 January 2008
The corpse of a high class call-girl, Sonya, is discovered in a trunk at Heathrow Airport. The prime suspect is a highly influential Ukrainian billionaire, Vitali Malikov, and - against diplomatic advice - Mike Walker arrests him, aware that Malikov has friends in high places, for which reason he is keen to bring him down.

Andy Beckwith ... Cabbie

Jason Ebelthite ... Estate Agent

Olga Fedori ... Sofia

Jamie Glover ... Dan Vaughan

David Hayman ... DCSI Michael Walker
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West

Simon Hepworth ... Martin Billington

Marcel Iures ... Vitali Malikov

Ksenia Kaas ... Teresa (as Ksenia Zaitseva)

Branka Katic ... Maryna Petrenko
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer
Dorian Lough ... DS Satchell
Nigel Pilkington ... Various (voice)

Adrian Rawlins ... Plaskett

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Lizanne Tulip ... Italian Waitress
Chris Wilson ... Prison Officer (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 2: The Rules of the Game: Part 2

24 January 2008
Another working girl, Maryna, is put on trial for assaulting Malikov. She claims self-defence but the trial is mishandled and walker is even more adamant then before that he will get the Ukrainian. Roisin, however, believes that his obsession with Malikov is blinding him to the identity of the real killer of Sonya and takes the investigation down a different route.
Nigel Pilkington ... Various (voice)

Season 11, Episode 3: Kill the King: Part 1

31 January 2008
Surgeon Jonathan Carlisle, a friend of Mike Walker, is murdered and suspicion falls on Gary Webster who blamed Carlisle for the death of his daughter Amber during an operation. However, two other doctors come into the frame - Neelah Shahjani, who confesses that she found the dead man with a needle in his arm,and the helpful Dr. Lawson, who is prepared to show a video to prove that the hospital was not culpable for Amber's death.

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Brid Brennan ... Gemma Webster

Shelley Conn ... Neelah Sahjani

David Hayman ... DCSI Mike Walker

Joanne King ... Sister Claire Jenkin
Adam Lake ... Dave Morely
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

John Lynch ... Gary Webster

Ben Miles ... Adrian Lawson

Hattie Morahan ... Sally Lawson

Benedict Taylor ... Jonathan Carlisle
David Verne ... Tony (credit only)

Season 11, Episode 4: Kill the King: Part 2

7 February 2008
Dr. Lawson's assertion that the hospital was not responsible for Amber's death is thrown into doubt with the death of the prime suspect. Mike Walker has to put aside the fact that the deceased Jonathan Carlisle was a friend of his as he uncovers a sordid side to the man's character in his efforts to apprehend the murderer.

Hattie Morahan ... Sally Lawson
David Verne ... Tony (credit only)

Season 11, Episode 5: Conviction: Part 1

14 February 2008
Recovering alcoholic Ken Randle seeks revenge on Terry Dyer, just out of jail, whom he believes killed his son Mark twelve years earlier, though Dyer has always protested his innocence, claiming the killer was Nick Fisher, who Mark caught having sex with his sister Sarah,then only thirteen. Then Nick Fisher is killed. His widow identifies Dyer as hanging around Nick's workplace but CCTV proves that he was some miles away at the time of the murder.

David Hayman ... Ch. Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Tom Ellis ... Nick Fisher

Johnny Harris ... Terry Dyer

Maurice Roëves ... Ken Randle

Lorraine Stanley ... Sarah Randal

Kierston Wareing ... Leigh Fisher
Nigel Betts ... Prosecution barrister
Aimee-Marie Bow ... Young sarah
Gavin Brocker ... Young Nick

Michael Culkin ... Judge
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West

Robbie Jarvis ... Young Mark

Gemma Jones ... Jean Mullins
Aaron King ... Mr. Davis
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer

Eleanor Matsuura ... Angela Clarkson
Terry Mortimer ... Solicitor

Sakuntala Ramanee ... Defence Barrister
Alexander Scott ... Young Terry

Season 11, Episode 6: Conviction: Part 2

21 February 2008
Dyer is released and Ken Randle confesses to Fisher's murder and goes on trial. However, Sarah comes to see Walker. She is anxious to tell him what really happened on the night that her brother was killed. As a consequence the charge of murder against Randle seems less likely but the remainder of his family will never be the same again.

David Hayman ... Ch. Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Tom Ellis ... Nick Fisher

Johnny Harris ... Terry Dyer

Maurice Roëves ... Ken Randle

Lorraine Stanley ... Sarah Randal

Kierston Wareing ... Leigh Fisher
Nigel Betts ... Prosecution barrister
Aimee-Marie Bow ... Young Sarah
Gavin Brocker ... Young Nick

Michael Culkin ... Judge

Robbie Jarvis ... Young Mark

Gemma Jones ... Jean Mullins
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer

Eleanor Matsuura ... Angela Clarkson
Terry Mortimer ... Solicitor

Sakuntala Ramanee ... Defence Barrister
Alexander Scott ... Young Terry

Season 11, Episode 7: The Box: Part 1

28 February 2008
Mike Walker is on leave when an old friend, Bill, asks for his help. His sister Margaret disappeared some years earlier and he has recently been contacted by a woman whose daughter, Anna, has also gone missing. The common link is that both were married to a man named Kevin Reid. D.I. Mullins, who was in charge of Margaret's case, is bullish but lets Walker in on his findings. Eventually Margaret's body, minus the legs, is found in a large box.Evidence points to the culprit being Kevin's brother Ronnie, a simple lad with a speech impediment.

Kerry Fox ... DI Moyra Lynch

Vivienne Harvey ... (voice)

David Hayman ... Ch. Supt. Michael Walker
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West
Rebecca How ... Margaret

Ryan Kiggell ... DC Jeffrey Dobbs

Judy Loe ... Eileen Banks
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Gugu Mbatha-Raw ... Jenny Miller

Michael Nardone ... Ronnie Reid

David O'Hara ... DI Jack Mullins

Jamie Sives ... Kevin Reid

Season 11, Episode 8: The Box: Part 2

13 March 2008
Whilst Anna's diary entries initially suggest that Ronnie was stalking her, they are eventually dismissed as forgeries. Ronnie also had an alibi for the time that Margaret went missing and it looks as if he is being framed, possibly by his brother, with whom there is an explosive showdown at a race course.

Season 11, Episode 9: Tracks: Part 1

20 March 2008
Self-made man Ray Herper and his bright teenage son Andy are seen to be driving at a chalk pit. The next day the corpse of young Maria Cole is found there and the police trace the tracks to the Harpers. Andy has a friend Darren, who is lower class and has had dealings with the police. The boys admit to being at the quarry but deny all knowledge of Maria. In fact she was a lap dancer at a club to which Harper took Andy but he fled from her. CCTV footage at a garage where Maria went after being threatened by hoodies shows her getting into a car with Andy and Darren and they are charged with her murder.

David Hayman ... DCSI Mike Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor

Jason Maza ... Darren Lewis

Ashley Madekwe ... Maria

Matthew Beard ... Andy Harper
Roy Marsden ... Ray Harper

Nick Bartlett ... Stripclub Manager
Leah Coombes ... Justine Harper

Kevin Doyle ... Keane
Martin Heathcote ... Sgt. West
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

James Puddephatt ... Desk Sergeant

Leanne Rowe ... Becky
Michael Thomas ... Patterson

Benjamin Whitrow ... Jarvis

Season 11, Episode 10: Tracks: Part 2

27 March 2008
Ray Harper is devastated to find that Andy has hanged himself. Darren admits that he and Andy were a gay couple but dared not tell their families. The case against him collapses and he is released. Mike Walker is having troubles of his own with his teenage son but when Roisin decides to visit Darren at his flat she is in for a shock.

Leanne Rowe ... Becky

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Siren: Part 1

9 January 2009
Gunmen in a car force an ambulance off the road, killing a paramedic. The ambulance overturns and the gangsters shoot and kill patient Sebastian Cole. It becomes clear that Cole and his friend Ross were working as drug smugglers but D.C.I. McGill is annoyed when Mike and Roisin crash in to interview Ross as McGill had had him under surveillance. Cole's girlfriend, Imogen, is an 'It' girl frequently seen in the pages of tabloids. She is distraught at the death and her mother tells the police that she was innocent of all knowledge of the drug running. The team are not so sure but need proof.

David Hayman ... Ch. Supt. Michael Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Vincent Regan ... McGill
Caroline Loncq ... DS Ellis
Michael Thomas ... Patterson

Tamsin Egerton ... Imogen
Joseph Kennedy ... Sebastian
Fiona Mollison ... Tanya
Gary Cady ... Randall

Alki David ... Hikmet
Alistair Robins ... Clem

Claudia Coulter ... Christine
Andrew Bicknell ... Consultant
Andrew Frame ... Driver
Christopher Kelham ... Reporter (as Chris Kelham)
Tilly Curtis ... Fair ground child
Martin Heathcote ... Cid
Chris Jameson ... Boyfriend

Chris Mansfield ... Community support officer

Gerard Monaco ... Fabio Conte

Season 12, Episode 2: Siren: Part 2

16 January 2009
After a shaky start to their cooperative venture Roisin and Jack McGill get on very well, rather beyond the call of duty in fact. Imogen has disappeared, having been taken by the drug smuggling gang and her mother Tanya makes an appeal for her return. However, when Imogen next turns up it is apparent that she knew far more than she claimed about the attack on the ambulance and may even have played a part in its happening.

Claudia Coulter ... Christine

Alki David ... Hikmet
Fiona Mollison ... Tanya Buller

Season 12, Episode 3: Ghost Train: Part 1

23 January 2009
A young girl falls out of the Big Wheel at a funfair and is killed. Initially it is thought her death was accidental but Tess, the fair's fortune teller, who turns out to be a relative of Satchell, comes to see him with her suspicions that a development company, who want the land occupied by the fair, may be responsible. The fair's owner Tommy Gilbert, gets her to back -track on her statement but then he too is murdered.

Season 12, Episode 4: Ghost Train: Part 2

30 January 2009
Despite the presence of Tess, the police find the funfair workers unwilling to cooperate. An arrest is eventually made, a Romanian worker called Pavel, who had actually gone out with the girl who fell from the Big Wheel, but he is not the murderer. The big question still remains as to the part the development company may have played in the deaths at the fair.

Season 12, Episode 5: Shooter: Part 1

6 February 2009
The vicious Bilkin family commit an armed robbery on a jeweller's shop, killing the shop manager. Miller, a rival to the Bilkins, informs on but they walk and later Miller is murdered. D.S. Satchell witnesses the killing and realizes that he and his pregnant wife and their daughter are now targets. His fears are realized when his family go missing.

David Hayman ... DCSI Mike Walker

Victoria Smurfit ... DCI Roisin Connor
Jaimi Barbakoff ... Zoe Bilkin
Beth Cordingly ... Wendy Bilkin
Darrell D'Silva ... Johnny Howells
Sally Dexter ... Donna Bilkin
Aiofe Doherty-Ayres ... Abigail Satchell
Ruth Gemmell ... Kay Satchell
Celia Henebury ... DC Carol Short
Simon Kunz ... Felix Levington
Stuart Laing ... Jamie Johnson
Vince Leigh ... DS Sam Palmer
Dorian Lough ... DS David Satchell

Doug Allen ... Barry Bilkin (uncredited)

Danny Midwinter ... Terry Bilkin (uncredited)
Gary Whelan ... Lenny Bilkin (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 6: Shooter: Part 2

13 February 2009
An anguished Satchell is all for confronting the Bilkins and has to be dissuaded from doing so by Roisin. However his wife are child are eventually released unharmed. Mike walker cannot help but wonder how the Bilkins knew that Satch saw Miller being killed and suspects that one of his team may be on the gangsters' payroll.

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