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Episode #1.3 

After a vital discovery by the family, Stan and Mick feel closer to shoring up their own suspicions about Jeremy. The arrival of a friend from New Zealand increases tension between Jeremy and Julie.

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Paul Whittington

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Giula Sandler, Carol Ann Lee (based on "The Murders at White House Farm" by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Goulding ... David Boutflour
Oliver Dimsdale ... Peter Eaton
Gemma Whelan ... Ann Eaton
Mark Addy ... DS Stan Jones
Scott Reid ... DC Mick Clark
Stephen Graham ... DCI Thomas 'Taff' Jones
Dorian Lough ... DI Cresswell
Andrew Frame Andrew Frame ... DI Ron Cook
Freddie Fox ... Jeremy Bamber
Alexa Davies ... Julie Mugford
Mark Stanley ... Colin Caffell
Grace Calder ... Heather Amos
Sean Gilder ... CS George Harris
Alfie Allen ... Brett Collins
Tom Christian ... Marcus McBride
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Storyline

Stan pushes on investigating with rookie Mick the farm from scratch after being shown a misleading latch by jealous in-law Ann Eaton, whose family co-owns Neville's camping site, his half now falling to Jeremy, who considers her a thief while she claims 'storing safely' heirlooms which he packs for sale, while doing the same with his killer sister's London apartment belongings, the twins things being an emotional challenge for close kin Colin. Jeremy's lover Julie gets acutely jealous of his closeness with just-arrived Kiwi travel mate Brett. Written by KGF Vissers

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The railway station used to represent Witham is North Weald on the preserved Epping Ongar Railway. See more »

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The railway station shown is clearly not Witham despite what it says on the platform sign. The train is also of a rolling stock that had been withdrawn from regular service before 1985. See more »

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Slated!
29 January 2020 | by kellydavis-56297See all my reviews

It comes to something when even the police who were actually at the scene of the crime at White House Farm are slating the drama!

Apparently "In TV dramas there is always 'artistic licence', however when a drama is based on real events and claimed to have been thoroughly researched you would expect a degree of accuracy." - Not thoroughly researched in that case.

Taff Jones was nothing like he has been portrayed according to his colleagues. So much for the 'thorough research' being claimed. In fact one ex detective sergeant goes as far as saying "It is a character assassination of Taff." Referring to Taff Jones played by Stephen Graham. In real life Taff Jones died in a freak accident at home not long after the crime was committed.

Slated!


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22 January 2020 (UK) See more »

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