Kavanagh QC (1995–2001)
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Blood Money 

The widow of an accident victim who unexpectedly dies from a heart attack during surgery suspects malpractice and asks Kavanagh to represent her.





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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Cazalet
Tom Brodie ...
Matt Kavanagh
Malcolm Browning ...
David Berrowes
Pamela Erskine
Mr. Justice Fulgright
Carl Ferguson ...
Richard Fleming ...
Process Server
Peter Foxcott QC
Debbie Francis ...
Hospital Receptionist
Dr. Clarke
Colin Jellicoe
Lizzie Kavanagh
Jeremy Aldermarten QC


When her husband dies in the operating theater following a car crash, Sarah Meadows believes there is a case of negligence. With Jeremy Aldermarten representing the hospital, Kavanagh agrees to take on her case, despite his misgivings as to the likelihood of winning. The surgeon left the theater before closure, but at a point when the patient was doing well. In Chambers, Kavanagh is asked to speak to one of his colleagues over her behavior. At home Kavanagh and his wife are disappointed when son Matt fails his A-level exams. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






Release Date:

10 March 1997 (UK)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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John Thaw's wife Sheila Hancock makes her only appearance on the series. See more »


Sarah Meadows: Doesn't any of this ever touch you, Mr. Kavanagh, or have years of dealing with people at their ugliest make you immune?
James Kavanagh QC: You wouldn't want me breaking down in court, would you?
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John Thaw and Shiela Hancock together, what a treat!
16 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

When I heard that husband and wife John Thaw and Shiela Hancock were going to star together in this episode, he as the lawyer she as the wife of the victim, I was so excited. I watched Blood Money and I wasn't disappointed. I don't know about you but I think Thaw and Hancock work really well together, Thaw is excellent as Kavanagh and Hancock established herself as one of the better supporting actresses in the history of the show's run. There is also the compelling story concerning negligence, and some intelligent scripting. The production values are first rate as pretty much always, and the music is superb. The direction is also good, but the main attraction is the chemistry between John Thaw and Shiela Hancock, they make the episode worth watching on their own. 10/10 Bethany Cox

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