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A Time to Heal: Part 2 

Now Sam has left, Leo is faced with the decision of whether to take over her job; meanwhile he and Harry clash over an investigation into an outbreak of disease among school children on the... See full summary »

Director:

Ashley Pearce

Writers:

Stephen Brady, Nigel McCrery (deviser)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Amanda Burton ... Sam Ryan
William Gaminara ... Leo Dalton
Tom Ward ... Dr. Harry Cunningham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brid Arnstein Brid Arnstein ... Sam Ryan Aged 13 / 14
Madaleine Bassett Madaleine Bassett ... Sam Ryan Aged 9
Anne Bird Anne Bird ... Nurse
Martin Carroll Martin Carroll ... Records Officer
Kathy Kiera Clarke ... Jenifer Gaghan
Annie Farr Annie Farr ... Doctor
Stella Madden Stella Madden ... Katy Quinn
Marianne March Marianne March ... Valerie Nevin
Des McAleer Des McAleer ... George Nevin
Ciarán McMenamin ... Joe Galvin (as Ciaran McMenamin)
Yvonne O'Grady ... Vivian Steen
Daragh O'Malley Daragh O'Malley ... Walter Shanley
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Now Sam has left, Leo is faced with the decision of whether to take over her job; meanwhile he and Harry clash over an investigation into an outbreak of disease among school children on the South Coast. Then together they investigate an apparent case of Munchausens by proxy and race against the clock to prevent a potentially fatal environmental disaster.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 September 2004 (UK) See more »

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Amanda Burton's last appearance to as Sam Ryan. See more »

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The end of an era.
16 July 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

In the previous episode you were made to believe that Sam had a very final ending, in this episode she seems to get a far more unlikely episode.

The story was good, and was very much written for Sam, it had a very personal feel for her, the involvement of her generations past and present. It's the only real time we see her lose control, and she's very angry throughout.

Well acted, with Burton signing off in style, and Daragh O'Malley playing the sinister cop in some style.

I'm not totally crazy about the manner of Sam's departure, but maybe Burton had exhausted her time on the show. I'm so glad it became even more successful years later, how many said it would fail post Burton.


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