List of The Bill Episodes

List Of The Bill Episodes

This is a list of The Bill episodes.

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... # Title Episode notes Directed by Written by Original air date Prod # 1 "Call Waiting" Susannah Wise guest stars ... Required" Robin Sheppard Richard Stoneman 18 January 9 ... "Judgement Call" Hour-long episode, Final appearance of PC Cathy Marshall, Tina Hobley guest stars ... James Hawes Simon Moss 23 February 25 ... "Confession" Hour-long episode, Guest appearance by DS Danny Pearce, Final appearance of PC Donna Harris ...

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