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Brothers in Arms: Part 2 

Sam looks for connections between Ian Neal and a killing in Northern Ireland in 1985.

Director:

Ian Knox

Writers:

Nigel McCrery (deviser), John Milne
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Amanda Burton ... Sam Ryan
Mark Letheren Mark Letheren ... D.S. Rob Bradley
Phil McKee ... Ian Neal
Nick Reding Nick Reding ... D.I. Michael Connor
Stuart McQuarrie ... Alastair Rogers
Elizabeth Berrington ... Jane Nelson
Ben Daniels ... Owen Johnson
Lloyd Martin Lloyd Martin ... Daniel Nelson
Lisa Martin Lisa Martin ... Lizzie Nelson
Sam Parks ... Fred Dale
William Armstrong William Armstrong ... Trevor Stewart
Lesley McGuire ... Marie Kavanagh, aged 25
Maureen Blackwood Maureen Blackwood ... Forensic Scientist
Linda McGuire ... Claire Willis
Alec Sabin Alec Sabin ... Newsreader (as Alex Sabin)
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Sam looks for connections between Ian Neal and a killing in Northern Ireland in 1985.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 April 1998 (UK) See more »

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Color
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Testator Sile-e-ens
Performed by Sarah Leonard
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It gets there in the end.
12 December 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Sam keeps digging, and learns some disturbing truths which relate back to a time of real troubles.

Things are complicated for Michael, Helen his wife has turned up, and now he's gotten involved with Sam.

If I had a criticism of this, it's that it takes time for it to open up, arguably it's slow to start, when it finally does it's excellent. It's harrowing and an uncomfortable reminder of a time we'd hoped was over for good.

Perhaps a bit too much of Sam's personal life, she's once again up for another job, and involved with The Detective, but as a story it's very strong. 8/10


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