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Tell No Tales: Part 2 

As Sam searches for the killer of Marcus Saul, Harry finds himself involved in the tragic death of a student from the medical faculty.

Director:

John Duthie

Writers:

Nigel McCrery (deviser), Avril E. Russell
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Gaminara ... Leo Dalton
Ron Donachie ... DCI Luke Telford
Nancy Lodder Nancy Lodder ... Nathalie Morgan
Sara Powell ... DS Esther Linden
Michael Pennington ... Dennis Morgan
Jane Hazlegrove ... Rosemary
Amanda Burton ... Sam Ryan
Tom Ward ... Dr. Harry Cunningham
Terence Harvey ... The Dean
Maggie Lloyd Williams Maggie Lloyd Williams ... Selina Thompson (as Maggie Lloyd-Williams)
Steven O'Donnell ... Tosh Ridely
Kiel Ewen Kiel Ewen ... Marc Thompson
Alex Dower ... DC Jones
Dorothy Duffy ... Emma King
Benedict Cumberbatch ... Warren Reid
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With the death of a student from a drug overdose, the university must face the wrath of the girl's father, a major benefactor. The autopsy reveals that not only had she taken drugs but also that she had sexual relations with three different men in the previous 48 hours. Although the police have a suspect in the murder of Marcus Saul, new information suggests that the identity of the killer may lie in a completely different direction. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14
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Performed by Sarah Leonard
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Young Sherlock.
20 December 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

It's been a pretty complicated route to discover the cause and effect of how that body came to be walked up. The story took several different tangents, with tantrums, accusations and even smiles. This has followed the same pattern of the series, a good, solid first episode, followed by a more dramatic, engaging conclusion. I enjoyed it, particularly the way in which all of the complex plot strands were all explained. Good to see Mary Healey have a sizeable role, I thought she was very good, look out for a young Benedict Cumberbatch, they should have had him on the case. Finally we got to see a softer side of Sam, she'd been so hard this series, interesting to see her open up about her father once again. Very good. 8/10


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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 October 2002 (UK) See more »

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