Even though the testimony of a vital witness fills in the blanks and answers some of Stan and Mick’s questions, even more complications are thrown up.
This aside, Stan and Mick are still able to make the first arrests of the case and continue questioning in the hopes that they lead to further solutions. But as the questioning continues, it becomes apparent to Stan, Mick and now Taff that the new testimony may not be motivated by a guilty conscience and a desire for justice.
Unfortunately, it starts to look like their fresh hope for a breakthrough may be compromised. The family, rocked at the new revelations, attempt to make sense of what this means for the narrative they thought they knew. As do the full police investigation team who, now re-assembled in the light of the revelations, are also forced to question what they thought they knew of the case and what they think really happened.
- Freddie Fox as Jeremy Bamber
- Alexa Davies as Julie Mugford
- Mark Addy as DS Stan Jones
- Tom Christian as Marcus McBride
- Amy McCallum as Tracey Brown
- Cressida Bonas as Sheila Caffell
- Scott Reid as DC Mick Clark
- Stewart Scudamore as Frankie Bidwi
- Nate Barrowcliffe as Daniel Caffell
- Jude Barrowcliffe as Nicholas Caffell
- Betty Denville as Debbie Carrisford
- Jack Shalloo as Constable
- Gemma Whelan as Ann Eaton
- Mark Stanley as Colin Caffell
- Stephen Graham as DCI Thomas Jones
- Maimie McCoy as Nancy Raynott
- David Kennedy as Acting CS Mike Ainsley
- Andrew Frame as DI Ron Cook
- Alfie Allen as Brett Collins
- Sean Gilder CS George Harris
- Millie Brady as Sally Jones
- Grace Calder as Heather Amos
- Dan Skinner as Journalist
- Dorian Lough as DI Cresswell
White House Farm continues tonight at 9:00pm on ITV.