Six-part drama based on the true story of the mass murder of a family in an Essex farmhouse in August 1985, providing a fresh insight into these tragic events.
Stan and his number two Mick Clark speak to Jeremy and relatives of the murdered family, but their picture of what really happened that night at White House Farm remains inconclusive. The twins’ father Colin Caffell is devastated by his loss, and is initially comforted by Jeremy.
Post-mortem examinations reveal nothing to contradict the murder-suicide theory. Meanwhile, relative Ann Eaton cannot believe Sheila was responsible, and discusses her growing suspicions with her brother David Boutflour. They raise their concerns with Taff, who dismisses them angrily.
- Freddie Fox as Jeremy Bamber
- Mark Stanley as Colin Caffell
- Alexa Davies as Julie Mugford
- Grace Calder as Heather Amos
- Mark Addy as DS Stan Jones
- Gemma Whelan as Ann Eaton
- Stephen Graham as DCI Thomas Jones
- Sean Gilder CS George Harris
- Scott Reid as DC Mick Clark
- Andrew Frame as DI Ron Cook
- Dorian Lough as DI Cresswell
- Amy-Jayne Leigh as Abigail
- Richard Goulding as David Boutflour
- Oliver Zetterstrom as Michael
- Oliver Dimsdale as Peter Eaton
- David Hunt as PS Bews
- Thomas Coombes as PC Myall
- Nicholas Farrell as Nevill Bamber
- Amanda Burton as June Bamber
- Michael Simkins as Vet
- Nick Harris as Dr Peter Vanezis
- Stewart Scudamore as Frankie Bidwi
- Cressida Bonas as Sheila Caffell
White House Farm continues Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 at 9:00pm on ITV.