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1967 

Despite having their second child, Mary and Tosker's marriage continues to fall apart, as their Willow Lane flat becomes riddled with damp and insanitary. Geordie has become a close ... See full summary »

Writer:

Peter Flannery

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Craig ... Geordie Peacock
Peter Jeffrey ... Commissioner Colin Blamire
Gina McKee ... Mary Cox
Mark Strong ... Tosker Cox
Matthew Baron Matthew Baron ... Anthony Cox
Michael Gunn Michael Gunn ... John Clark
Mark Drewry Mark Drewry ... Michael Frisch
Louise Salter Louise Salter ... Julia Allen
Malcolm McDowell ... Benny Barratt
Donald Sumpter ... Commander Harold Chapple
David Schofield ... Detective Chief Inspector John Salway
Danny Webb ... Detective Sergeant Ron Conrad
Andrew Grainger Andrew Grainger ... Detective Constable Fred Black
Mark Pegg ... Detective Constable Tony Weir
Leon Lissek ... Walensky
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Despite having their second child, Mary and Tosker's marriage continues to fall apart, as their Willow Lane flat becomes riddled with damp and insanitary. Geordie has become a close confidante of Benny Barratt's, enabling him to live a very comfortable existence, although he has been pursuing an affair with Julia. Barratt quickly discovers the affair, but remains silent about it. Nicky, completely disillusioned with the Labour Party, has begun to turn to the anarchist movement and is in a relationship with a radical, middle-class anarchist. The pair have a disastrous dinner with Mary and Tosker, who find they now have nothing in common with Nicky's attitudes or politics, and view his girlfriend as being condescending. Eddie Wells discovers that Nicky has documents that prove that Donohue and Edwards acted illegally, he asks him to make them public, but Nicky refuses and instead leaves immediately to go to London. Edwards has abandoned Donohue and is instead expanding his affairs ... Written by GusF

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Genres:

Drama

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29 January 1996 (UK) See more »

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