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Masterpiece Episode: "Collision"

Season 39, Episode 32
Episode Synopsis: Part 1 of 2. The engrossing "Collision," about a multi-vehicle accident on a British highway that left two dead, opens with D.I. John Tolin (Douglas Henshall) taking on the investigation, which finds him partnered with a former lover (Kate Ashfield). The two reconstruct what happened while investigating the drivers, including one who went missing from the crash site. The drama also delves into the lives of the survivors and a rest-stop waitress (Lucy Griffiths) who's pursued by one.
Original Air Date: Nov 15, 2009
Guest Cast Renu Setna: Tariq Shah David Bamber: Sidney Norris Jan Francis: Christine Edwards Douglas Henshall: D.I. John Tolin Christopher Fulford: DCI Stephen Maitland Matthew Gravelle: DS Anthony Braydon Colin McFarlane: Bill Jackson Frank Harper: Derek Sylvia Syms: Joyce Thompson Paul McGann: Richard Reeves Matt Ryan: Dave Brown Matt Ryan: Dave Brown Matt Ryan: Dave Brown Richard Harrington: James Taylor Victoria Wicks: Angela Reeves Zoe Telford: Sandra Rampton Kate Ashfield: Ann Stallwood Phil Davis: Brian Edwards Dean Lennox Kelly: Danny Rampton Andrew Brooke: PC Alan Clacy Lucy Griffiths: Jane Tarrant Craig Kelly: Jeffrey Rampton Nicholas Farrell: Guy Pearson Maya Sondhi: Nurse Dean Ashton: Paramedic (Service Station) Lenora Crichlow: Alice Jackson Christopher Villiers: Keith Fowler Brian Pettifer: Ed Wilson Pip Torrens: Dpt. Com. Donald Fraser Di Botcher: Mrs. Whitfield Jo Woodcock: Jodie Tolin
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Season 39, Episode 32
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Length: 13:05:20
Aired: 11/1/2009

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: PBS's longest running (and most honored) dramatic series is an Anglophile's delight, featuring British adaptations of literary classics and original works. The first `Masterpiece' was `The First Churchills,' and since then it has won nine Peabodys and 29 Emmys (beginning with Susan Hampshire's Best Actress award for `Churchills'). Its many memorable productions include `Upstairs, Downstairs,' `I, Claudius,' 'The Jewel in the Crown,' `House of Cards,' `Poldark' and `Prime Suspect.'


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