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Silent Witness: Season 8

Silent Witness: Season 8

It’s as though the dead can talk to her when forensic pathologist Professor Sam Ryan (Amanda Burton) examines grim remains in this long-running BBC crime thriller. But what’s to stop Sam from leaving the team in Season 8, when she discovers her long-lost son? While Harry and Leo vie to fill the vacancy and solve
new cases, young forensic anthropologist Nikki Alexander (Emilia Fox) joins the team. A perfect fit!
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Forensic pathologist Professor Sam Ryan has always delved into the past lives of the corpse she examines. But the discovery of her long-lost son confirms that it’s time to confront her own past - and her future - and move on. Harry and Leo are her obvious successors, but what will they make of new recruit Nikki Alexander? The upheaval of Sam’s departure doesn’t mean there are fewer cases landing on their desks - it’s now up to them to preserve her ethos that every corpse deserves to have its story told.
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Format: DVD
Show: Silent Witness
Brand: Silent Witness
Genre: Mystery
Run Time: Approx 400 mins
Number of Discs: 2
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 888574761851
Cast: Starring
Amanda Burton (The Whistle-Blowe)
William Gaminara (Casualty, Attachments)
Tom Ward (The Lost World, Vanity Fair)
Emilia Fox (The Scarlet Pimpernel)
Dusty Hughes, Ed Whitmore, Alma Cullen, Michael Crompton
Nick Pitt (Dalziel & Pascoe)
Executive Producer
Laura Mackie
Editorial Reviews: "Very watchable … a worthy farewell to Burton, who has delivered one of television's most compelling female
characters." Mail on Sunday
"TV Turn-Ons: the wonderful Amanda Burton in her last Silent Witness." Daily Star
"Burton's inscrutably icy, primetime allure." Guardian
"Dr Leo Walton (Will Gaminara) and Dr Harry Cunningham (Tom Ward) do a nice line in furrowed brows and hunky
professionalism…" Guardian
"…a fraught affair involving guns and terrorists in balaclavas, made all the more exciting by the fact that Ryan is back
on her home turf for the first time in ages." Observer (A Time To Heal)
"…a marvellous performance by Daragh O'Malley, who mixed rock-solid dependability with the worst kind of hidden
villainy." Daily Mail (A Time To Heal)
"Thoroughly compelling … the plot is a clever one." Observer (Death By Water)
"Anton Lesser gives an alarming performance as a distinguished consultant whose expert medical opinion could result
in innocent people being sent to prison." The Times (Death By Water)
Episodes: 4 Episodes
Number of Discs: 2 Discs