State of Play

Season 1 Episode 6

Episode 6

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jun 22, 2003 on BBC
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Cameron tells Yvonne Shaps that he has sacked Cal making him a freelance journalist and that Cal has the copyright to the story. If she does not give them more money for the story Cal will go to another paper. Yvonne gives them the money. Foy gives them an e-mail linking Sonia with U-Ex Oil and Warner-Schloss. Stephen tells Cal he will resign from the Energy Select Committee and help get him a story that will link George Fergus to Sonia's murder. During an interview Collins talks about Sonia meeting Paul Canning from Warner-Schloss at the Trocadero everyday. Cal realises that this is information that Collins should not know and that there may now be a link between Stephen and Sonia's hitman.

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    Shauna Macdonald (II)

    Shauna Macdonald (II)

    Sonia Baker

    Guest Star

    Tom Burke

    Tom Burke

    Syd

    Guest Star

    Sean Gilder

    Sean Gilder

    Sergeant Cheweski

    Guest Star

    Amelia Bullmore

    Amelia Bullmore

    Helen Preger

    Recurring Role

    Philip Glenister

    Philip Glenister

    DCI Bell

    Recurring Role

    James McAvoy

    James McAvoy

    Dan Foster

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      • Five episodes of the drama had been filmed before writer Paul Abbot decided to change the original ending. He felt that having created so many interesting characters the story could not end with the arrest of previously unknown characters from the oil company. He and producer Hilary Bevan Jones went through the script to make sure changes were possible. Actor David Morrissey also wanted to go back over previous scenes to make sure that everything that had gone before would make sense for the final ending.

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