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1 :01x01 - Buried Lies: Part 1

Feb/21/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as D.S. Farmer | Lesley Dunlop as Marion Wallace | Kelly Hunter as Ronnie Crew | William Armstrong as Trevor Stewart | Barney Craig as Gary Phillips | Ruth Gemmell as Kerry Cox | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Charon Bourke as Prisoner #2 | Jelena Budimir as Prisoner 1 | Tom Chadbon as P.C. Coleman | Rebecca Craig as Jenny Stewart | Peter Geddis as Ken | Renata Heinen as Waitress | Carl Hillsden as Michael Wallace | Pat Keen as Mrs. Phillips | Alec Linstead as Professor Jenkins | Roger Llewellyn as Priest | Sophie Manning as Sarah Crew | Oliver Montgomery as Solicitor | Sam Parks as Fred Dale | Adam Ratcliffe as Dean Crew | Maryann Turner as Jean | Milo Twomey as P.C. North | Peter Whitbread as Coroner
Director: Harry Hook
Writer: Kevin Hood

2 :01x02 - Buried Lies: Part 2

Feb/22/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as D.S. Farmer | Lesley Dunlop as Marion Wallace | Kelly Hunter as Ronnie Crew | William Armstrong as Trevor Stewart | Barney Craig as Gary Phillips | Ruth Gemmell as Kerry Cox | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Trevor Bannister as Gary's Solicitor | Tessa Bell-Briggs as Prison Officer | Helen Bourne as Senior Prison Officer | Tom Chadbon as P.C. Coleman | Peter Cleall as Headmaster | Patricia Franklin as Woman at Cemetery | Peter Geddis as Ken | Carl Hillsden as Michael Wallace | Frances Jeater as Schoolteacher | Pat Keen as Mrs. Phillips | Sophie Manning as Sarah Crew | Tim McEvoy as S.O.C.O. | Sam Parks as Fred Dale | Adam Ratcliffe as Dean Crew | Ashok Srivastava as TV Reporter | Maryann Turner as Jean | Milo Twomey as P.C. North
Director: Harry Hook
Writer: Kevin Hood

3 :01x03 - Long Days, Short Nights: Part 1

Feb/28/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as D.I. Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as Det. Supt. Harriet Farmer | Colin Salmon as Sebastian Bird | Ronald Pickup as Dr. Richard Owen | William Armstrong as Trevor Stewart | Emily Mortimer as Fran | Ruth Gemmell as Kerry Cox | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Philip Anthony as Vicar | James Bree as Brewer | Rebecca Craig as Jenny Stewart | Hannah Cresswell as Candida | James D'Arcy as Student | Sean Gallagher as Daniel Finn | Ian Keith as P.C. Jarvis | Dominic Mafham as Mark James | Tim McEvoy as S.O.C.O. | Ciaran McIntyre (1) as Desk Sergeant | Sam Parks as Fred | Neville Phillips as Man in Tunnel | David Sumner (1) as Simon Clarke | Maryann Turner as Jean Ryan | Milo Twomey as P.C. North
Director: Mike Barker (2)

4 :01x04 - Long Days, Short Nights: Part 2

Feb/29/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as D.S. Farmer | Colin Salmon as Sebastian Bird | Ronald Pickup as Dr. Richard Owen | William Armstrong as Trevor Stewart | Emily Mortimer as Fran | Ruth Gemmell as Kerry Cox | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Philip Aldridge as Police Officer 1 | Philip Anthony as Vicar | Diana Berriman as Midwife | Timothy Block as First Prison Officer | James Bree as Brewer | Frances Carder as Janet Owen | Rebecca Craig as Jenny Stewart | Rob Dixon as Charlie | Sean Gallagher as Daniel Finn | Juliette Gruber as Louise Owen | James Hornsby as Second Prison Officer | Diane Inman as Prison Nurse | Ian Keith as P.C. Jarvis | Tim McEvoy as S.O.C.O. | Sam Parks as Fred | Rebecca Reilly as Young Louise | Roger Ringrose as Police Officer 2 | David Sumner (1) as Simon Clarke | Kemal Sylvester as Teddy | Maryann Turner as Jean Ryan | Milo Twomey as P.C. North | James Wilson (2) as Alvin
Director: Mike Barker (2)

5 :01x05 - Darkness Visible: Part 1

Mar/13/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Detective Inspector Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as Detective Superintendent Farmer | Ken Stott as Sergeant Bob Claire | Brendan Coyle as Liam Slattery | William Armstrong as Dr. Trevor Stewart | Ruth Gemmell as Detective Constable Kerry Cox | Philip Glenister as PC Denning | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | James Aubrey (1) as DI Hartley | Terence Booth as Symonds Solicitor | Woolf Byrne as Sam's Father | Rebecca Craig as Jenny Stewart | Kate Fenwick as Tracy Tennant | Caroline John as Mrs. Claire | Ian Keith as PC Jarvis | Dorian Lough as Michael Pearce | Cécile Pallas as Natalie Johns | Sam Parks as Fred Dale | David Peart as College Fellow | Adrian Schiller as Colin Trafford | Ian Shaw as PC Johns | Julie Smith (1) as Sarah | Gwyneth Strong as Patricia Denning | Ian Tolmie as Jeff | Michael Troughton as Allen Symonds | Gregor Truter as Sergeant Lathwell | Milo Twomey as PC North | Lee Whitlock as Stevo
Director: Noella Smith

6 :01x06 - Darkness Visible: Part 2

Mar/14/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as D.I. Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as D.S. Farmer | Ken Stott as Sergeant Bob Claire | Brendan Coyle as Liam Slattery | William Armstrong as Trevor Stewart | Ruth Gemmell as D.C. Kerry Cox | Philip Glenister as PC Denning | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | James Aubrey (1) as DI Hartley | Richard Bacon as TV Reporter | Kate Fenwick as Tracy Tennant | Caroline John as Mrs. Claire | Ian Keith as PC Jarvis | Cécile Pallas as Natalie Johns | Sam Parks as Fred Dale | Ian Shaw as PC Johns | Gwyneth Strong as Patricia Denning | Richard Trinder as Bomb Disposal Officer | Michael Troughton as Allen Symonds | Gregor Truter as Sergeant Lathwell | Milo Twomey as PC North | Lee Whitlock as Stevo
Director: Noella Smith

7 :01x07 - Sins of the Fathers: Part 1

Mar/27/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Detective Inspector Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as Detective Superintendent Farmer | Teo-wa Vuong as Tran | Ruth Gemmell as Detective Constable Kerry Cox | William Armstrong as Dr. Trevor Stewart | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Daryl Kwan as Binh | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Rex Wei as Nguyen | Daniel Ball as Fireman | Daniel Bennion as Abercrombie | Georgia Brown as Young Sam | Woolf Byrne as Sam's Father | Jessica Drum as Le | Adam Dryer as Petrol Station Manager | Hilary Hamilton as Rosie | Ian Keith as P.C. Jarvis | Bao Ma as Lan | Rosanna Mayling as Young Beryl | Tim McEvoy as S.O.C.O. | Hugo Napier as Coroner's Officer | Sam Parks as Fred | Phuong Thi Phan as Mrs. Quoc | Paul Rainbow as Senior Fireman | Fiona Tong as W.P.C. Young | Milo Twomey as P.C. North | Mai Vu as Lan's Sister | Liane Ware as Young Wyn | Tam Williams as Harry
Director: Ben Bolt
Writer: Kevin Hood

8 :01x08 - Sins of the Fathers: Part 2

Mar/28/1996
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Guest Stars: John McGlynn (1) as Tom Adams | Clare Higgins as D.S. Farmer | Teo-wa Vuong as Tran | Ruth Gemmell as Kerry Cox | Ruth McCabe as Wyn Ryan | Doreen Hepburn as Beryl Ryan | Daryl Kwan as Binh | Matthew Steer as Ricky Ryan | Janice Acquah as Marcia Evans | Daniel Bennion as Abercrombie | Georgia Brown as Young Sam | Woolf Byrne as Sam's Father | Alan Gilchrist as Search Squard Sergeant | Hilary Hamilton as Rosie | Ian Keith as P.C. Jarvis | Bao Ma as Lan | Rosanna Mayling as Young Beryl | Hugo Napier as Coroner's Officer | Sam Parks as Fred Dale | Stephen Simms as T.S.U. Leader | Richard Syms as Duty Engineer | Milo Twomey as P.C. North | Mai Vu as Lan's Sister | Liane Ware as Young Wyn
Director: Ben Bolt
Writer: Kevin Hood
Warning: Silent Witness guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Crime | Drama
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Thursdays, Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: February 21, 1996
Episode Order: 10
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