One Second from EVERY episode of Silent Witness EVER 😱 | BBC

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One second from the last 25 Years, 24 Series and 228 Episodes of Silent Witness

The BBC’s hugely popular drama Silent Witness celebrates its 25th series with the dramatic return of Amanda Burton as Sam Ryan.

The longest-running crime drama currently airing on TV returns with six thrilling new episodes, opening in Liverpool with an assassination attempt and Sam Ryan calling on the Lyell team with a plea for help seventeen years after leaving the Lyell.

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