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Cry Me A River
Cry Me A River
Series 10, Episode 5
Air date 27 August 2013
Written by Roy Mitchell
Directed by Philip John
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Cry Me A River was the fifth episode of the tenth series of New Tricks. It was the first episode to feature Dan Griffin, played by Nicholas Lyndhurst.

Synopsis

Official BBC Synopsis
A young woman's paternity test leads to the reopening of a notorious murder case from the seedy underworld of 1980s Soho in which the prime suspect was mysterious ex-jazz chanteuse Angela Gold. Meanwhile in UCOS, feathers are ruffled when recently retired police officer Dan Griffin joins the team.

Plot

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Cast

Crew

Sourced directly from episode's credit sequence and BBC website.

Writing

Directing

  • Directed by Philip John
  • 2nd Assistant Director - Alex Kaye-Besley
  • 3rd Assistant Director - Charles Curran
  • Floor Runner - Andrew Heard
  • Director of Photography - Peter Sinclair
  • Casting Director - Julia Duff CDG
  • Casting Assistant - Sacha Green

Production Department

  • Executive Producer (Wall to Wall) - Richard Burrell
  • Executive Producer (BBC) - Polly Hill
  • Line Producer - Ian Scaife
  • Producer - Tom Mullens
  • Associate Producer - Roy Mitchell
  • Production Designer - Stephen Campbell
  • Production Coordinator - Catherine Golding
  • Assistant Production Coordinator - Emily Roberts
  • Production Runner - James Grant
  • Series Financial Controller - Alan Gavin
  • Assistant Production Accountant - Gareth Brock
  • Publicity - Amanda Console

Locations

  • Series Location Manager - Susannah Booker
  • Location Manager - Adam Betterton
  • Unit Manager - Rachel Hyde
  • Unit Manager - Richard Allen

Camera and Electrical Department

Camera

  • Focus Puller - Alex Howe
  • Clapper Loader - Jackson Taylor
  • Camera Trainee - George French
  • Camera Grip - Terry Pate
  • Still Photographer - Amanda Searle

Electrical

  • Gaffer - Joe Judge
  • Best Boy - David Bourke
  • Electrician - Tom Hyde
  • Electrician - John Powell

Sound Department

  • Sound Mixer - Simon Bishop
  • Sound Maintenance Engineer - Jason Bennett
  • Sound Assistant - Christine Dores
  • Sound Trainee - Sarah James

Art Department

  • Art Director - Guy Bevitt
  • Standby Art Director - Nandie Narishkin
  • Props Buyer - Adrian Greenwood
  • Graphic Designer - Sophie Powell
  • Art Department Assistant - Alicia Martin
  • Props Master - Colin Bradbury
  • Standby Props - Kenny Palmer
  • Props Handler - Simon Bradbury-Philip
  • Props Handler - Max Grant
  • Props Handler - Doug Irvine
  • Standby Carpenter - Andrew Smith

Movement

  • Stunt Co-ordinator - Crispin Layfield
  • Stunt Performer - Jeff Hewitt-Davis

Costume Department

  • Costume Designer - Eleanor Baker
  • Costume Supervisor - Alison Roberts
  • Costume Standby - Billy Haynes
  • Costume Trainee - Fay Roxburgh
  • Make-Up/Hair Designer - Pat Hay
  • Make-Up/Hair Artist - Iain Guthrie
  • Make-Up/Hair Artist - David Watkin
  • Make-Up Trainee - Charlie Mileham

Editing Department

  • Series Script Editor - Rosalie Carew
  • Script Supervisor - Caroline Holder
  • Assistant Editor - Conor Mackey
  • Dubbing Mixer - Billy Mahoney
  • Dialogue Editor - Roger Dobson
  • Effects Editor - Arran Mahoney
  • ADR Mixer - Stefano Marchetti
  • Special Effects Technician - David Holt
  • Colourist - Gareth Spensley
  • Online Editor - Nick Anderson
  • Editor - Annie Kocur

Music

  • Composed by Warren Bennett
  • "It's Alright" - Written by Mike Moran, Sung by Dennis Waterman

Trivia

  • This episode received [insert number here] million viewers.
  • This episode served as the first appearance of Dan Griffin, played by Nicholas Lyndhurst.

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