The life and adventures of the members of The Armed Robbery Squad. Amid numerous security van robberies, bank robberies and gem heists with a lot of car chases, shouting and guns blazing, ... See full summary »
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Robert Willox ...
 DC Ted Donachie 25 episodes, 1995-1997
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 DC Alan Oxford 24 episodes, 1996-1997
Lynda Steadman ...
 DS Helen Ash 21 episodes, 1995-1997
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 DCI Frank Uttley / ... 18 episodes, 1996-1997
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 D.S. Bob Tate / ... 17 episodes, 1995-1996
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 D.I. Charlie Scott / ... 16 episodes, 1996
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 DC Grace Harris / ... 16 episodes, 1996
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 DS Anna Dryden 15 episodes, 1996-1997
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The life and adventures of the members of The Armed Robbery Squad. Amid numerous security van robberies, bank robberies and gem heists with a lot of car chases, shouting and guns blazing, the squad members private lives are revealed in slices. From the uxorious D.I. Scott to womanizing D.S. Tate, and the sharp capable D.C.s Harris, Dryden, and Ash, every plot possibility is explored. Written by Anette Rosberg <anette.rosberg@malmo.se>

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1 February 1995 (UK)  »

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Les piégeurs  »

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Referenced in Drop the Dead Donkey: Inside the Asylum (1996) See more »

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First Class Drama
5 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see the whole first and second series i don't know if they are out on VHS or DVD as i watched them when they were on TV. After the first episode i was hooked, at first i though it would be a bit like the Bill or any other police drama but it was so much better. The shear scale of the production was amazing for a TV drama of the 90s, the locations, camera work, stunts, plots and acting where are on par with a Hollywood movie. It had everything helicopters, guns, fast car chases, bombs, ruthless villains and some of the most streetwise police i have ever seen on TV it might seem a little dated now as i think it was from 1995 but its still worth a look.


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