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Private Sins: Part 2 

With Tanya Lucas dead - apparently killed by the same person to killed Peter Williams - Shap finds his own situation deteriorating. He admits to DI Mayne that he slept with the girl the ... See full summary »

Director:

Juliet May

Writers:

Cath Staincliffe (creator), Elizabeth-Anne Wheal (as Elizabeth Anne Wheal)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caroline Quentin ... Janine Lewis
Ian Kelsey Ian Kelsey ... Richard Mayne
Paul Loughran ... Ian Butchers
Nicholas Murchie Nicholas Murchie ... Tony Shap
Belinda Everett Belinda Everett ... Kat Skerton
Saskia Wickham Saskia Wickham ... Louise Hogg
Ceallach Spellman ... Tom Lewis
Eden Garrity Eden Garrity ... Ellie Lewis
Brendan Coyle ... Derek Jowell
Kieran O'Brien ... Terry Camerton
Vera Graziadei ... Tanya Lucas (as Vera Filatova)
Colin Wells Colin Wells ... Paul Faber
Heather Peace ... Sally Jowell
Felicity Grant Felicity Grant ... Hannah Jowell
Pauline Daniels Pauline Daniels ... Mrs. Hilyard
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With Tanya Lucas dead - apparently killed by the same person to killed Peter Williams - Shap finds his own situation deteriorating. He admits to DI Mayne that he slept with the girl the evening she was killed and it eventually comes out that he was using her to try and locate Terry Camerton. He's still holding out about his true relationship with Terry and his ex-wife Sally Jowell. Meanwhile, the evidence begins to point to Sally's new husband Derek as the likely murderer. DCI Lewis still has major problems at home with son Tom and thinks she will apply for the the Superintendents' Board thinking she may have more regular hours and a more balanced lifestyle. Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 2009 (UK) See more »

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(DVD)

Color:

Color
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The real story behind domestic violence
10 June 2015 | by reaymeisterSee all my reviews

The plot is complex and rightly so, as it is one of the very few that reveals the role of a woman in domestic violence. It shows how gentle men can become victims, apparently violent, and how society is so unwilling to take a serious look at women who are very often the real perpetrators of the violence. This story is a common one, we see men turning to drugs, becoming angry, and committing suicide after being stripped of all they have loved and worked for while the women claim, and are given, victim status as though it is their unquestionable right. I find it beyond belief that there is no sustainable research into the processes of domestic violence. Society is too quick to blame men, It is simply wrong, unjust and there should be more popular programs like this that explore this major problem in our society. I write as a concerned female.


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