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To Brighton, To Brighton: Part 2 

The team must painstakingly piece together the evidence and unearth the connections between a diverse range of suspects.

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Dominic Leclerc
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Episode credited cast:
David Caves ... Jack Hodgson
Richard Lintern ... Dr. Thomas Chamberlain
Liz Carr ... Clarissa Mullery
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Haruka Abe ... Akito Emon
Fisayo Akinade ... Andrew Dewey
Sebastian Armesto ... DI Neil Taramelli
Ravi Aujla Ravi Aujla ... Dr. Hopkins
Samantha Bond ... DS Hannah Quicke
Max Cavenham ... Stephen Fraser (as Maxwell Cavenham)
Samuel Edward-Cook ... Mick Knight
Emilia Fox ... Dr. Nikki Alexander
Rebecca Jade Hammond ... Nurse Taylor
Lisa Dwyer Hogg ... Bex
Michael Landes ... Matt Garcia
Carlyss Peer ... Ally Knight
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The team must painstakingly piece together the evidence and unearth the connections between a diverse range of suspects.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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During the interrogation of Mick Knight, one of the camera angles is a flipped shot, as can be seen from the mirrored seating arrangement. See more »

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The mystery explained, almost.
22 January 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

To Brighton, To Brighton, has been one of the most engaging stories from the team, not that episodes haven't been of the highest quality, but this was a good old fashioned mystery, you were left wondering who, what and why literally until the very end.

It didn't have the wow factor that the first episode had, that was exceptional, but it was still a very high standard indeed. As per usual, we got an in depth look at the four main players, this time we learned more about Nikki, and we got a glimpse into the home life of our magical Clarissa, Liz Carr has become the best character of the lot for me, I find her so engaging, the scenes with her on screen husband were lovely, a shame he doesn't get to feature more often. Always great to see Michael Landes, a terrific actor.

It's going to take a second look to fully understand what was going on, watching it with flu wasn't a great idea, I got the gist of it, but one or two things I wasn't fully understanding of. Not the explanation I was expecting. One thing I would like to know, if that couple were so cash strapped, how could they afford a property overlooking the sea?

Terrific once again. 8/10


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22 January 2019 (UK) See more »

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