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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
Year: 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: A Clubbable Woman

16 March 1996
Two unorthodox police officers are called to investigate dodgy dealings at Wetherton rugby club after the body of their star player's wife is found dead at home.
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Sgt. Peter Pascoe

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Mark Lambert ... Marcus Felstead

Steve Speirs ... Arthur Evans
Robert Hudson ... Ted Morgan

Ralph Brown ... Sam Connon
Bernard Latham ... Sid Hope

Jeremy Swift ... Dave Fernie
Ingrid Wells ... Alice Fernie
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Soper
Claude Close ... Duty Sergeant
Danny McGrath ... David Wallis
Darren Tighe ... Stanley Curtis
Andrée Bernard ... Gwen Evans
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Kate Farrah ... Jenny Connon
Peter Martin ... Jacko Roberts
Ian Thompson ... Willie Noolan
Maggie Lane ... Maisie Curtis
Jane Cameron ... Sheila

Patrick Baladi ... Anthony Wilkes
Dorothy Vernon ... Mrs. Williams

Season 1, Episode 2: An Advancement of Learning

23 March 1996
When the body of a school principal, thought to be buried in Austria, is found under her own memorial in the school grounds, police detectives Andrew Dalziel and Peter Pascoe are called in to piece together the circumstances surrounding her untimely death.

Howard Crossley ... Sam Blakey
Catherine Wilkening ... Marion Carreaux
Kenneth Hadley ... Douglas Pearl
Zoë Hart ... Anita Sewell

Dominic Jephcott ... Dr. Sam Fallowfield
Peter Eyre ... Simeon Landor
Desmond Barrit ... Henry Saltcombe
Marc Duret ... Pierre Ferret

Prunella Scales ... Edith Disney
Mary MacLeod ... Jane Scotby
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Soper

James D'Arcy ... Franny Roote
William Oliver ... Stuart Cockshut
Victoria Duarri ... Sandra Firth

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Tony Melody ... Harold Lapping
Gerard Kelly ... George Dunbar (as Gerrard Kelly)
Carry Clubb ... Mrs. Plessey

Matthew Lewis ... Davy Plessey

Ian Cullen ... Roberts (uncredited)
Laurence Richardson ... Harry (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: An Autumn Shroud

30 March 1996
Crime drama based on the novel by Reginald Hill, about two police colleagues, one of whom gets involved in some strange goings on at a country house, whilst the other gets married.
James Daniel Wilson ... Photographer (as James Wilson)
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Soper
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Sylvia Kay ... Ellie's Mother
Peter Halliday ... Ellie's Father
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Pip Donaghy ... Det. Sgt. Cross

Francesca Annis ... Bonnie Fielding
Robin Bailey ... Hereward Fielding
Michael Coles ... Papworth

Susannah Wise ... Louisa Fielding

Daniel Ryan ... Bertie Fielding
Glenn Hugill ... Charley Tillotson
William Mannering ... Nigel Fielding
Anthony Hunt ... Hank Uniff
Carmel Howard ... Mavis Uniff
Russell Wootton ... Vicar

Crissy Rock ... Annie Greave
John Axon ... Spinx
Jon Laurimore ... Mr. Gibbs

Nicholas Rowe ... Gervase Butt

Garrick Hagon ... Mr. Bergmann
Philip Megal ... Mr. Flower
Stacy Davies ... Police Surgeon
Jon Strickland ... DCI Balderstone
Martin Stone ... DI Potter

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Ruling Passion

14 June 1997
Peter and Ellie take a holiday in the Cotswold village of Thornton Lacey to stay with old college friends,one of whom,author Colin Hopkins has written a new book - one which gives a thinly veiled account of some of the villagers' dark secret. When Colin's wife is murdered and Colin disappears Peter investigates,though his help is not entirely appreciated by local superintendent Backhouse. At the same time Peter finds a connection with a thief nicknamed the Micturator after his habit of urinating in victims' kettles.
Joseph Morton ... Carlo
Rupam Maxwell ... Timmo Mansfield
Matthew Radford ... Colin Hopkins
Victoria Korner ... Rose Hopkins
Andrew McCulloch ... Sam Dixon

Navin Chowdhry ... Police Cadet Sanjay Singh

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Peter Blythe ... Supt. Derek Backhouse
Phillip Manikum ... Det. Sgt. Crowther
Andrew Callaway ... Det. Sgt. Hamblyn
Davyd Harries ... Angus Pelman
Meg Davies ... Marianne Culpepper

Freddie Jones ... French
Michael Pennington ... Hartley Culpepper
Patrick Ryecart ... Anton Davenant
Laurence Harrington ... James Palfrey
Anjuu Misra ... Reporter
Clare Kelly ... Mrs. Cottingley
Mary Chester ... Miss Langdale
Michael Stainton ... Edgar Sturgeon
Claude Close ... Desk Sergeant
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Jonathan Moore ... John Crowley

Mark Benton ... Jonathan Etherege
Olive Pendleton ... Mavis Sturgeon
Karen Henthorn ... Sturgeon's Nurse
Ian Thompson ... Willie Noolan
Peter Martin ... Jacko Roberts

Season 2, Episode 2: A Killing Kindness

21 June 1997
Teen-aged Pauline Stanhope becomes the fourth victim of the Yorkshire Choker,a serial killer who strangles girls and then phones the local paper,quoting lines from 'Hamlet' - which is the play being staged by Ellie's teacher friend Mark Wildgoose,at the school attended by the girls. Dalziel,however,suspects gypsy Dave Lee,who rowed with one of the victims - a fact which brings him into conflict with the formidable gypsy rights lawyer Adi Pritchard. To help trap the killer a medium and linguistic expert are brought in but Peter solves the case by studying an old thespian photograph.
Martin Reeve ... Alistair Mulgan
Danielle Tilley ... Brenda Sorby
Dina Mousawi ... Maureen Brighouse
Nick Bagnall ... Tommy Maggs
Stephen Hackett ... Ron Ludlum

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Pascoe
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Eamonn Riley ... Sam Hunmanby
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield

Navin Chowdhry ... Police Cadet Sanjay Singh
Sheila Kelley ... Mrs. Sorby
Carmen Gómez ... Rosetta Stanhope

Elizabeth Ann O'Brien ... Pauline Stanhope
Ken Kitson ... Jack Sorby
Paul Simpson ... Ian

Josephine Butler ... Andrea Valentine
Richard Hawley ... Mark Wildgoose
Garry Crystal ... Darren

Marion Bailey ... Lorraine Wildgoose
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe

Michael Bell ... Reporter 1
Paul Goodwin ... Austin Greenall

Julie Graham ... Adi Pritchard
Maggie Jones ... Ena Cooper
Amanda Orton ... Mrs. Lee
Jim Bywater ... Sylvester Herne
Ashley Barker ... Reporter 2
Vincenzo Nicoli ... Dave Lee
Alison Reid ... Receptionist
Vincenzo Pellegrino ... Dan Cordeski (as Vince Pellegrino)
Geoffrey Wilkinson ... Desk Sergeant
John Pickles ... Fred Agar
David Peart ... Consultant
Frank Moorey ... Chief Constable

Paul Butterworth ... Vicar
Sylvia Kay ... Mrs. Mary Soper
Peter Halliday ... Mr. Edward Soper

Season 2, Episode 3: Deadheads

28 June 1997
The two detectives investigate a string of bizarre, seemingly accidental deaths occurring over three decades which somehow or other all involve the same man.
Mel Martin ... Penny Highsmith
Veda Warwick ... Florence Alderman

Steven Geller ... Young Patrick Alderman
Melissa Knatchbull ... Daphne Alderman
Jonathan Cullen ... Patrick Alderman
India Martin ... Diana Alderman
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Keith Barron ... Dick Elgood
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Sally Knyvette ... Mandy Burton
Geoffrey Wilkinson ... PC Wedderburn

Navin Chowdhry ... Police Cadet Sanjay Singh

Dominic Carter ... Jonty Marsh
Matthew Mills ... Mick Feaver
Philip Stone ... Herbert Capstick
Nathan Osgood ... Conference Lecturer
Helen Donohue ... Conference Secretary

Mark Pepper ... Raymond Easey
Keith Marsh ... Edgar Masson
Daniel Key ... David Alderman
Conrad Brooks ... (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Exit Lines

12 July 1997
Peter is called out to investigate the murder of elderly Robert Deeks,an old soldier whose medals were also stolen. On the same night Andy is accused of drunk driving,resulting in the death of an old cyclist,though Andy's friend,sober Arnie Bancroft claims to have been the driver. With Andy on suspension Peter looks into the murder and it turns out to be no coincidence that Mr Deeks' granddaughter Karen,a tarty waitress at the function Andy attended,has a boyfriend in the same regiment as one Major Kassell,whom Andy suspects of being involved in a heroin-smuggling ring. Peter learns why Andy let people assume he was a drunk driver as the parallel cases are closed.
Emma Cunniffe ... Karen Spillings

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
David Yelland ... Major Kassell
Dave Hill ... Arnie Bancroft
Joe Belcher ... Westerman
Ced Beaumont ... Robert Deeks
Irene Skillington ... Dolly Frostrick
Michael Bibb ... Dr. Sawley
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Peter Halliday ... Edward Soper
Sylvia Kay ... Mary Soper
Garry Cooper ... Frostrick
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Simon Nock ... PC Wayne Hector
Frank Moorey ... Chief Constable

Navin Chowdhry ... PC Sanjay Singh

Nicholas Blane ... Sir William Pledger
Rosy Clayton ... Tracey Spillings
Don Gallagher ... Captain Stott
Frederick Warder ... Sgt. Myers
Jonathan Magnanti ... Lance Cpl. Gillott
Stuart McGugan ... Inspector Cruickshank
Sheila Ruskin ... Stella Abbis

James Barriscale ... Charley Frostrick
Willie Ross ... Edwin Sutton
Stephen Critchlow ... Customs Officer
Kelly Harrison ... Sexy Waitress (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Under World

21 March 1998
The discovery of a skeleton deep underground in a mine shaft brings Dalziel and Pascoe to the Yorkshire coalfield. When the body is confirmed as a man missing for ten years they realise that they have a murder to investigate. Raking over the past proves difficult for the local population as old wounds are re-opened and old grievances come to the fore. As the investigation progresses the acrimony increases and various relationships come under strain. As the police home in on the culprit the locals take the law into their own hands with tragic consequences.
Joe Duttine ... Colin Farr
Russell Dixon ... Harold Satterwaite
Nathaniel Duncan ... Tommy Dickinson
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Joy Brook ... Stella Mycroft
Bob Mason ... Arthur Downey
Polly Hemingway ... May Farr
David Fleeshman ... Pedro Pedley
Martin Milman ... Neville Watmough
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Derek Hicks ... Gavin Mycroft
John Vine ... Monty Boyle
Robert Whelan ... Moffat
Philip Ralph ... Uniformed Policeman
Jim Millea ... Police Sergeant

Laurie Goode ... Billy Farr (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Child's Play

28 March 1998
As Gwendoline Huby is being laid to rest her funeral is interrupted by Alessandro Pontelli, who claims to be her son Alexander, missing in action in Italy in 1944. The other heirs are not happy - especially bluff John Huby though hotelier Stephanie Windibanks is more philosophical. She believes Pontelli is genuine, having a birthmark she remembers. The family's former housekeeper Ella Keech claims there was no birthmark. Then Pontelli is shot dead. At the same time Wieldy is visited by a gay youth who knows that the policeman is a closet gay himself. The boy is also murdered and is ultimately found to have a link to the Huby family.
Eugene Walker ... Gravedigger

Marcus Romer ... Vicar
Bryan Pringle ... John Huby
Cathy Sara ... Lexie Huby

Jamie Glover ... Rod Lomas
Linda Marlowe ... Stephanie Windibanks

Margaret Tyzack ... Ella Keech
Gawn Grainger ... Eden Thackeray
Jack Hedley ... Alessandro Pontelli

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel

Malcolm Tierney ... DCC Raymond
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Hosh Kane ... Cliff Sharman (as Hosh Ibrahim)
John Michie ... Andrew Goodenough
Michael Skyers ... Othello
Shaughan Seymour ... Ike Ogilby
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Frances Cox ... Mrs. Sharman
Iain Rogerson ... Club Barman

Season 3, Episode 3: Bones and Silence

18 October 1998
Dalziel almost witnesses a shooting which two witnesses claim was a beautiful woman trying to commit suicide by shooting herself in the face. He is convinced it is murder. Ironically, Dalziel and his suspect (Philip Swain) are cast in a cathedral mystery play as God and the devil, respectively. A young missing husband, a series of letters to Dalziel by an intended suicide, heroin in the autopsy, changes in testimony, and bodies buried in concrete add to the drama facing Dalziel and Pascoe.
Carmel Howard ... Hedda
Duncan Holmes ... George Tesman
Roger Heathcott ... Judge Brack
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Josette Simon ... Eileen Anstiss

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Angus Wright ... Greg Waterson

Michael Kitchen ... Philip Swain
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jacqueline Defferary ... Pamela Waterson
Adrian Irvine ... Dr. Marwood

Paul Brooke ... Canon Eustace Horncastle
Joanna Van Gyseghem ... Dorothy Horncastle

Justin Chadwick ... DC Seymour
Gawn Grainger ... Eden Thackeray
Anna Clarkson ... Shirley Appleyard
John Branwell ... Arnie Stringer
Catherine Terris ... Mrs. Stringer
Malcolm Raeburn ... Chief Constable Trimble
Paul Williams ... Medwin
Iain Fraser ... Govan
Damian Myerscough ... Harold Park
Geoffrey Wilkinson ... Desk Sergeant
Barry Stanton ... Joe Swindles

Season 3, Episode 4: The Wood Beyond

25 October 1998
Inspector Pascoe's grandmother dies, and he sets out to discover the truth about his grandfather: why he disappeared during WWI. Pascoe is falsely told that his grandfather was a deserter but continues his quest. An animal rights group, in a seemingly unrelated incident, attacks a pharmaceutical firm's labs. The leader (Amanda Marvell) escapes to the woods nearby and falls over a skeleton. Dalziel is attracted to Marvell but relentlessly sets out to solve the murder of her disciple, though her Jeep is involved. Flashbacks are used to show the threads linking the two cases. The skeleton is found to have arsenic in the bones; Marvell's brother's death in Africa is suspected not to be accidental; Dalziel discovers the theft of experimental data from the lab, showing it not to have a purely beneficent medical mission in Africa; and Pascoe proves his grandfather was innocent.
Katie Blake ... Ada Pascoe

Shaun Dooley ... Robert Pascoe
Jimmy Reddington ... Arthur Batty
David Blair ... Herbert Batty

John Burton ... Recruiting Sergeant

Ben Crompton ... Olly

Frances Barber ... Amanda 'Cap' Marvell
Steve Money ... Davis

David Prosho ... Jimmy Howard
Holly Newman ... Lab Assistant
Julie Hesmondhalgh ... Wendy Walker
Thomas Russell ... David Batty
Vincent Marzello ... Noah Seger
Richard Lynson ... Seger's Assistant
Mark Spalding ... Don Patten

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Francis Lee ... Soldier
Rob Swinton ... Museum Guard
Nicholas Selby ... Major Studholme
Kenneth Hadley ... Solicitor
Deirdre Doone ... Mrs. Fairclough
Krysia Pepper ... Julie (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: On Beulah Height

12 June 1999
What happened to little Mary? Eight years ago, the town was sure they knew: Benny, a boy with a metal plate in his head, who also disappeared. When another little girl is gone, Dalziel's squad investigates, but Pascoe is sidelined by his daughter's meningitis. Mary's bereaved family adopted Betsy (now called Elizabeth), who has become a well-known singer; she has come home to sing a requiem for Mary. Townspeople claim to have seen Benny; his aunt had a visitor asking about money close to her death; Betsy's fathers (birth and adopted) and even little Rose Pascoe are crucial witnesses.
Abigail Fawcett ... Lorraine Dacre
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Rosie Millar ... Rosie Pascoe
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Kaye Wragg ... Elizabeth Wulfstan
Robin Pirongs ... Derek Purlingstone

Joanna David ... Chloe Wulfstan

Ronald Pickup ... Walter Wulfstan
Jim Millea ... Tony Dacre
Janys Chambers ... Karen Dacre

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello

Malcolm Tierney ... Chief Const. Raymond
Emma Fallon ... Young Mary Wulfstan
Beatrice Kelley ... Mrs. Elsie Coe
Phil Croft ... Search Coordinator
Tom Georgeson ... Jack Allgood
Tim Barker ... Helicopter Camera Operator
James Kennedy ... Benny Lightfoot / Bobby Slater
Trevor Cooper ... Geordie Turnbull
Hayley Garbett ... Young Betsy Allgood
Louise Papillon ... Mrs. Saltaire
Richard Albrecht ... Tom Perriman - diver
Graham Colclough ... Dr. Curtis

Season 4, Episode 2: Recalled to Life

19 June 1999
Over 30 years into her sentence for the murder of her lover's wife, Cissy Kohler claims she was coerced into a false confession. When she is released, she is in protective custody while Dalziel and his comatose former boss are being investigated for their roles in the conviction. Among the discoveries: faked deaths, a book purchased just to be suppressed, blackmail, treachery in the espionage department, and another murder. Dalziel wants the truth, but he also wants to be vindicated in Kohler's case. Can he have both?

Alistair Petrie ... Young James Westropp
Mali Harries ... Young Cissy Kohler
Clare Swinburne ... Pamela Westropp

Gideon Turner ... Young Thomas Partridge
Kate Godfrey ... Young Mavis Marsh
Aran Bell ... Young Oliver Fisher
Shirley Anne Field ... Cissy Kohler
Burt Caesar ... Phillip Jacklin

Simon Williams ... Sir Thomas Partridge
Janine Ridge ... TV Reporter

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Joseph O'Conor ... Wally Tallantire
Ava Hunt ... Female Reporter

Tom Bell ... Oliver Fisher
Jerome Wright ... Lang (as Jerome J. Wright)
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Danny Webb ... Det. Chief Const. Geoffrey Hiller
Alex Giannini ... Det Insp Stubbs
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Rosie Millar ... Rosie Pascoe
Amanda Walker ... Mavis Marsh
Russell Richardson ... Young Wally Tallantire
Nicholas Rawlinson ... Philip Westropp

Malcolm Tierney ... Chief Const. Raymond
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Christie Jennings ... Clinic Receptionist
Merelina Kendall ... Woman Traveller

Leslie Phillips ... James Westropp
Jo-Anne Stockham ... DC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Time to Go

26 June 1999
The drugs-related death of young man who lapsed into a coma at a rave club attracts the interest of Dalziel (Warren Clarke) and Pascoe (Colin Buchanan). As the detectives investigate deeper into the rave club they discover that the club is owned by Nicholas (Andrew Lee Potts) and Sophie (Sarah-Jane Potts), intense, inseparable twins, and financed by their seemingly benign Uncle Henry (Bernard Cribbins), a maker of perfume. This bizarre trio cause problems enough for Dalziel but he comes under more pressure when, during a drugs raid, he arrests the son of his ex-wife, Mary Waddell (Harriet Walter). After another strange murder at the club, Dalziel and Pascoe are forced to dig even deeper into the private lives and motivations of the diverse group of suspects surrounding these murders with some startling results.

Andrew Lee Potts ... Nicholas Richmond

Sarah-Jane Potts ... Sophie Richmond
Graham Bryan ... Zack

Neil Newbon ... ET

James Bannon ... Tony

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Steve Sweeney ... Snake

Ruaraidh Murray ... Boris Waddell
Robert Demeger ... Charlie Forbes
Marc Finn ... Ted
Katherine Wogan ... Doctor
Jeffery Kissoon ... Mr. Graham
Jacqueline Dutoit ... Mrs. Graham
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery

Bernard Cribbins ... Uncle Henry

Harriet Walter ... Mary Waddell
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe

Malcolm Tierney ... Chief Const. Raymond
Simon Nock ... PC Hector
Emily Corrie ... Zoë Patterson

Olegar Fedoro ... Doctor Ruskin - Dentist
Jo Rafferty ... Cleaner
Joyce Gibbs ... Elderly Lady
Jodie Watson ... WPC
Anne Orwin ... Mrs. Erskine

Eva Gray ... Sue Richmond (uncredited)
Jo-Anne Stockham ... DC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The British Grenadier

3 July 1999
Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel goes to The British Grenadier to console the pub's owner Stella, who has just had a serious fight with her husband. Suspecting her of infidelity, Stella's husband returns with a gun, and takes his wife, Andy, and a number of patrons hostage.
Elliot Walton-Frew ... Freddie

Dennis Waterman ... Frank Moon
Patricia Kerrigan ... Stella Moon
Lee Ingleby ... Kieron Cumming
Vinnie McCabe ... Patrick Drury

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Walter Sparrow ... Harry Barstow
Emma Rydal ... Lesley
Rosalind Knight ... Brigid Stewart
Joan Campion ... Rosemary Grainger

Michael Bell ... PC Nobby Clark
Martin Cookson ... Vicar
Alex Baillie-Hamilton ... Officer Baxter
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Malcolm Tierney ... Chief Const. Raymond
Ian Fitzgibbon ... Sillitoe
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello
Alison Carney ... Reporter
Laurence Saunders ... Camera Operator
Brian Hibbard ... Nye Pritchard
Rhoda Lewis ... Mrs. Stevens

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: A Sweeter Lazarus

1 July 2000
Having recovered from his wounds Andy Dalziel returns to the fold just as Peter Pascoe is in the midst of an undercover operation trying to capture a serial killer. Peter corners the man who then jumps to his death but the only witness turns out to be Abbie Hallingsworth who was kidnapped 19 years before and presumed dead. More difficult however is that her kidnapper, Gus Mullavey, confessed to her murder and is still in prison, though now on his deathbed. Dalziel has a great deal of difficulty in accepting the situation and Abbie's family has mixed feelings about her return, especially one of her two brothers who is simply not prepared to accept her claim. DNA testing confirms her identity but the police soon have a murder investigation on their hands when Abbie is found dead. When they learn that one-third of the Hallingsworths' considerable family wealth was in trust for Abbie, they focus on Abbie's brother David as the most likely suspect. It turns out that nothing is as it seems, however. Meanwhile, Peter's private life is in something of a turmoil after he and wife Ellie separate.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel

Donald Sumpter ... Gus Mullavey
Amita Dhiri ... WDC Shaz Kendall

Nicola Walker ... Abbie Hallingsworth
Kevin Dyer ... Leon Pilger
Christine Entwisle ... Fiona Gilks
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Pippa Haywood ... ACC Rebecca Fenning

David Haig ... David Hallingsworth

Richard Coyle ... Martin Hallingsworth
Moir Leslie ... Monica Clements
David Rubin ... Prison Warder
Tim Preece ... Neville Staybrass
David Daker ... Jack Turton
Stuart Goodwin ... Miles Turton
Alex Knight ... PC Neilson
Jo-Anne Stockham ... DC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Cunning Old Fox

8 July 2000
After Georgina Webster dies following a fall from her horse during a fox hunt, it's put down to an accident. When the Master of the Hunt, James Marsham, receives an anonymous letter saying her death was a good thing, he asks the police to investigate. ACC Rebecca Fenning puts Dalziel in charge of the case and he would rather be doing almost anything else. He doesn't object to fox hunting as much as he does the hunters who he sees as the privileged gentry who treat working class people like him as dirt. They exhume Webster's body and find that her fall may not have been an accident after all. DC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello joins the hunting set undercover but the ACC orders the investigation shut down when Andy puts his foot in it. A second murder re-opens the case yet again and while some suspicion has fallen on the local anti-fox hunting group, the killer is much closer to home.

Season 5, Episode 3: Foreign Bodies

15 July 2000
Peter is asked to protect Barney Winkler,a German academic whose book on the Cold war has put him in danger from former Stasi members. Winkler is seen in conversation with an ex-associate Leon Falke,who is murdered,Winkler disappearing soon after,his abandoned car dumped in the sea. Andy is holidaying in Whitby where he meets old flame Florence Stockton,a much-married lady several of whose ex-husbands turn up mysteriously dead in Yorkshire and is called back to look into the German's disappearance. Florence also knew Winkler. Is she the link to the murders or is it,as Andy suspects,cloak and dagger - or even professional jealousy in the groves of Academe?
Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Cookson
Stephen Churchett ... DI Larkin

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
David Royle ... DS Edgar Wield
Fred Pearson ... Dr. Vickery
Jo-Anne Stockham ... WBC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Valerie Minifie ... Erica
Eiji Kusuhara ... Mr. Kawabata
Pippa Haywood ... ACC Rebecca Fenning

Isla Blair ... Florence Stockton
James Hazeldine ... Professor Barney Winkler
Cliff Barry ... PC Howarth
Andy Mulligan ... Maitre d'
Wolf Kahler ... Jurgen Falke
Robin Soans ... Dr. Harold Denton
Paula Jacobs ... Landlady
David Fahm ... Andy
Sam Hudson-Thomas ... Clive Lanning
Adam De Ville ... Darren Allbright
Sally Ann Matthews ... TV Presenter
Sarah Miller ... Alix

Season 5, Episode 4: Above the Law

22 July 2000
Judge Jerry Chance is shot dead at point blank range and immediate suspicion falls on Kenneth Barbour,a large scale drugs importer being tried by the judge. Then Christina,his widow and prospective Euro MP, tells the police that they both had male lovers. When Simon ,the judge's boyfriend is also found dead and an attempt is made to kill Christina Andy is convinced the link is the successful businessman Peter Ransom. He employed Simon,was the former business partner of Christina's lover Peter Deller and was once tried and acquitted by the judge for insider trading. The trouble is Ransom seems to regard himself as above the law. Meanwhile Ellie tells Peter that she is fed up with him being married to the job and is leaving him.

Celia Imrie ... Christina Chance

Timothy Carlton ... Jerry Chance

Darren Higham ... Police Constable
Zubin Varla ... John Parker

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... DS Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... WDC Shirley 'Ivor' Novello
Pippa Haywood ... ACC Rebecca Fenning

David Westhead ... Peter Deller

John Benfield ... Kenneth Barbour

Michael Maloney ... David Ransom
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Luke Williams ... Dr. Ashurst
Rosie Millar ... Rosie Pascoe
Tim Barker ... Albert Smith

Doreene Blackstock ... TV Reporter
Kate Fenwick ... Cameron Stewart
Gary Parker ... Steve Presland

Greg Bennett ... Police Constable

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Walls of Silence

29 October 2001
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate a suspicious death when 16 year-old Alec Jordan is found dead, floating in a lake. The post-mortem reveals a low level of alcohol in his system, but a high level of a tranquilizer known as ruffies, the date rape drug. For Dalziel, the case is particularly difficult. Ten years previously while in pursuit of suspect, Dalziel stuck and killed Alec's mother with his car. Although Dalziel was found not to be responsible, the incident has always haunted him. The police focus on Alec's school mates, particularly Sophie Caine who is uncooperative and seems to have something to hide. The police believe that Alec was gay and pursue that line of investigation but the reason for his death is directly related to the night his mother died.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello
Duncan Preston ... Ken Crowley
Paul Brennen ... Brian Jordan

Rob Jarvis ... Nigel Clifford
Sean Gleeson ... Julian Beeson

Sarah Smart ... Sophie Caine
Rosie Rowell ... Sandra Pallister

Holliday Grainger ... Nichola Crowley (as Holly Grainger)
Marian McLoughlin ... ACC Belinda Kennedy
Jonathan Deakin ... Alec Jordan
Kate Layden ... Mrs. Hopkins

James Puddephatt ... Dr. Paul Ashurst
James Weaver ... Kinnaird
Nicholas Camm ... Constable
Simon Harvey ... Sophie's Solicitor
Debbie Howard ... Journalist 1
Peter Ashdown ... Journalist 2

Season 6, Episode 2: Home Truths

5 November 2001
The murder of a young Asian woman brings Dalziel and Pascoe into the inner city right in the middle of a racially sensitive situation. With drugs, unemployment and the closure of the only teenage community project added to the mix this rapidly becomes an explosive situation for Dalziel to handle. As the rioting gets worse and the body count increases Dalziel comes under pressure to accept the racial motivation for the murders but he refuses and continues to dig deeper into the background of the local inhabitants. When a witness comes forward with some vital information, Dalziel sets a trap to catch the culprit. During interrogation the real motives for the murders are revealed together with the complex web of lies and deceit that preceeded them.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello

Kenneth Cranham ... Tommy Collingwood
Madhav Sharma ... Bobby Ghataura
Fiona Allen ... Det. Supt. Julie Devon
Guy Rhys ... PC Surgit Singh
Craig Parkinson ... Paul Collingwood
Darren Morfitt ... Matthew Collingwood
Steve Garti ... Sgt. John Tate

Ace Bhatti ... Ravi Ghataura (as Ahsen Bhatti)
Thushani Weerasekera ... Simran Ghataura
Ashley Miller ... Dr. Sally Shetra
Jill Halfpenny ... Tara Connolly
Ravin J. Ganatra ... Journalist 1
Conor Davis-Amard ... Journalist 2
Imran Ali ... Fiz
Peter Lorenzelli ... Richard Bartlett
Howard Coggins ... Mortuary Attendant
Ted Robbins ... Barman
Darryl Goddard ... Doctor
Harshna Brahmbhatt ... Sita Dev
Alvin Roy ... (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Secrets of the Dead

12 November 2001
With DI Peter Pascoe away visiting his daughter and ex-wife in Florida, Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel investigates the murder of local solicitor David Brewer. At the request of an old friend, Sgt. Ted Lock, Andy makes his son, DS Mark Lock acting DI in Pascoe's absence. Brewer was found tied to a chair in his ransacked office and was severely beaten. The circumstances are virtually identical to a murder five years previously, one that Mark Lock had worked on. Brewer's wife Gillian was having an affair with local butcher Tom Piper and Andy is suspicious of a local doctor, Robert Silwood. It all becomes very complicated and personal for Andy when Ted Lock's recently deceased wife Fran, Mark's mother and one of Andy's old flames, is indirectly implicated in the case. She also leaves Andy a note revealing the true of identity of Mark's father. Pascoe unexpectedly returns from holiday and helps Andy deal with a second murder.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello

Henry Goodman ... Dr. Robert Silwood

John Alderton ... Sgt Ted Lock
Ruth Mitchell ... Valerie Silwood
Richard Oldham ... DS Mark Lock

Connie Hyde ... Laura Lock
Francis Maguire ... Tom Piper
Helen Sheals ... Sarah Piper
Christine Mackie ... Gillian Brewer
Christine Cox ... Fran Lock
Gary Lilburn ... Priest

Raad Rawi ... Sumit Jarred
Samantha Billington ... Molly Lock
Tom Knight ... David Brewer
Karen Meagher ... Jane Lester
Ian Kilgannon ... Glen
Tamsin Skan ... Becky
Caron Pascoe ... Nurse
Adam Christopher ... PC

Season 6, Episode 4: Truth and Consequences

19 November 2001
When the excavation at a construction site unearths a skeleton, Det. Supt. Dalziel and DI Pascoe have a murder to solve. The construction is at an abandoned coal mine that was the site of a major incident during the coal miner's strike in 1984. It also brings back memories for Andy who had been posted there early in his career. It also brings him into contact with his his sister, Harriet Clifford, from whom he has been estranged for several years. Many in the community know Andy and his return is anything but welcome. The skeletal remains are identified as those of George Briley, a police constable whose head had been bashed in some 15 to 20 years ago. Briley was working undercover during the strike but the police subsequently learned he was bent as well, having stolen, so it was believed, as large sum of the strikers' money. Peter Pascoe receives information that suggests Andy may have benefited in some way as well.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jo-Anne Stockham ... Det. Const. Shirley 'Ivor' Novello

Anne Reid ... Harriet Clifford - Dalziel's Sister

Kate Gartside ... Susan Murray
Michael J. Jackson ... Tom Bennet
Ryan Pope ... Sean Bennet

Raad Rawi ... Sumit Jarred
Bruce Byron ... Ron Harvey
Elizabeth Edmonds ... Sheila Harvey
Zoë Henry ... Emma Harvey
Keith Clifford ... Stan Parry

Ray Stevenson ... Jeff Parry

John Kay Steel ... DCI Chalker
Jacqueline Pilton ... Woman
Simon Hanna ... Foreman
David Church ... Man 1
Steven Dykes ... Man 2
Brian Stephens ... Constable
Andrew Legge ... PC
Frank Lauder ... Ronnie Jackson (as Frank J. Lauder)

Alexander Perkins ... Foundry Man
Joel Morris ... Ken
Katie Bancroft ... Gilly
Ged Mulherin ... Wayne

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Unwanted

30 September 2002
Back home to act as best man at an old army friend's wedding, Peter Pascoe soon finds himself in the midst of a murder investigation. His friend, Sgt. Ian Henslowe marries Jill Lowry unifying the two largest farming and land-owning families in the area. The wedding day is not a happy one however when another army mate, Cpl. Martin Wilkie, is found dead in the pig barn. Wilkie was a bit of a loudmouth constantly insulting others, particularly Peter's overweight cousin, Terry Pascoe. When it's revealed that the new bride was also having an affair with Wilkie, and may be pregnant by him, there's an even greater to do. For Andy Dalziel, who has been fretting about his health and the need for a medical exam, Peter is a suspect like the others and tells him to stay out of the case. Two other murders - made to look like a murder-suicide - provides the police with additional evidence. Andy also becomes interested in a group of illegal immigrant farm workers who were rounded up the night before the wedding and the fact that some of the illegals may have been missed.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Keeley Forsyth ... Det. Const. Carrie Harris

Jim Carter ... Ted Lowry
Susan Jameson ... Annie Pascoe

Amanda Ryan ... Kate Lowry

Kate Fleetwood ... Jill Lowry

Monica Dolan ... Megan Lowry

John McEnery ... Bill Pascoe

Jonathan Ryland ... Terry Pascoe
Ian Peck ... Sgt. Ian Henslowe

Paul Copley ... Jack Henslowe
Rad Lazar ... Kemal Sulejvic
Jason Pitt ... Cpl. Martin Wilkie

Andrew Readman ... Geoff Turlough
Natasha Milkovich ... Naida Sulejvic
Nicholas Lane ... Immigration Officer

James Puddephatt ... Dr. Paul Ashurst
Brian Pettifer ... Mortimer

Beverly Hills ... Viv Kelly
Millie Wilkie ... Emina Sulejvic
Penelope Freeman ... Consultant

Ivana Basic ... Bosnian Interpreter
Geoffrey Beevers ... Vicar
James Vaughan ... Lieut. Col. James Hartley
Craig Shepherd ... Fire Chief
Alison Darling ... Sharon Wilkie

Greg Bennett ... Police Constable (uncredited)
Mark Callum ... Soldier (uncredited)
Shivarna Mitra ... Katy (uncredited)

Diana Quick ... ACC Stella Applegarth (uncredited)
Adele Silva ... Keeley Smart (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Mens Sana

7 October 2002
With Andy Dalziel at home recuperating from his heart attack, DI Peter Pascoe finds himself in charge of investigating a suspicious death when Nurse Maggie Hopcraft finds Harriet Vanstone dead in her seaweed bath. Vanstone was staying at a health clinic undergoing a variety of spa-like treatments and the doctor who had attended her the day before, Allison Laurie, is prepared to certify the cause of death as a heart attack. Peter isn't so sure but certainly develops an interest in the very attractive doctor. Andy meanwhile is bored to tears sitting at home and, unable to officially return to work, decides to check himself into the clinic to see what he can find out. A second death convinces both Peter and Andy that there is definitely something going on.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Keeley Forsyth ... Det. Const. Carrie Harris

Norman Wisdom ... Bernie Marks
Anthony Booth ... Sir Christopher Wynne

Maxine Peake ... Dr. Allison Laurie

Jeff Rawle ... Raymond Miles
Julia Deakin ... Chloe Miles
Karen E. Jones ... Maggie Hopcraft
Lucy Pargeter ... Judy Venables

Sanjeev Bhaskar ... Graham Shah

James Puddephatt ... Dr. Paul Ashurst
Una Brandon-Jones ... Harriet Vanstone

Bryan Dick ... Marcus Vanstone
Penelope Freeman ... Consultant

Lorraine Bruce ... Nurse
Vincent Davies ... Desk Sergeant
Hayley Jayne Standing ... Waitress
Mushi Noor ... Dinesh
Leah-Verity White ... Young Girl

Season 7, Episode 3: Sins of the Fathers

30 August 2002
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the murder of a priest who had been sent to a local parish to investigate claims of a miracle having occurred nearby. What they find is that church records have also been stolen. When they subsequently find the remains of an 8-year-old girl who has been missing for over 40 years, the case points to Father Tibbings, the local priest who managed a children's home many years before until it was destroyed by fire. The case becomes personal for Dalziel when his dying sister, Harriet Clifford, tells him of a long-hidden family secret.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Keeley Forsyth ... Det. Const. Carrie Harris

Anne Reid ... Harriet Clifford - Dalziel's Sister

James Bolam ... Father Leonard Tibbings

Roger Lloyd Pack ... Bishop Halliwell
Lindsey Coulson ... Sue Blackstone

Rob Dixon ... Jamie Blackstone
Bryan Marshall ... Terry Brakespeare
Michael Hodgson ... Dr. Stephen Weston
John Flitcroft ... PC John Shepherd
Tom Charnock ... Dr. George Appleton

James Puddephatt ... Dr. Paul Ashurst
Grace Mitchell ... Bea Blackstone
Christopher John Hall ... Cardiac Nurse

Sam Cunningham ... Tricia
Nicola Headley ... Bryony Blackstone
April Cunningham ... Emily Weston
James Lauren ... Forensic Officer
Trish Cooke ... Receptionist
Elliot Spencer-Keyse ... Joshua
Rrenford Junior Fagan ... Journalist (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: For Love Nor Money

21 October 2002
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the death of Donald Fitzgerald who is found the morning after his retirement party bludgeoned to death on a golf course driving range with three golf balls shoved into his mouth. He had returned home after the party to tell his wife he was leaving her and then left the house, taking with him a new golf club he received as a retirement gift. Suspicion falls on Danny Macer who was recently acquitted in a murder case with striking similarities. When they find a key on Fitzgerald that leads to safe deposit box with a 100,000 pounds, they begin to wonder exactly what their ex-colleague was up to. A second murder leads them to one of their own.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Diana Quick ... ACC Stella Applegarth
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Keeley Forsyth ... Det. Const. Carrie Harris
Ian Curtis ... DC Dean Sheldon
William Armstrong ... Dr. Jeff Waller
Ruth Gemmell ... Rachel Waller
John Duttine ... Danny Macer
Pippa Guard ... Elizabeth Fitzgerald

Christine Bottomley ... Christine Fitzgerald
David Crellin ... Bob Barnes

James Puddephatt ... Dr. Paul Ashurst
Josh Moran ... Howard Geary
Lorna Anders ... Journalist
John Melainey ... Police Officer
Richard Cadbury ... Det Supt Donald Fitzgerald
Gurbinder Hayer ... Reporter
Nicholas Klein ... Nathan (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 5: Dialogues of the Dead: Part 1

21 December 2002
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate a bizarre series of murders which, though apparently unrelated, have one thing in common. Having started with someone connected to the letter A, the killer then proceeds to murder someone connected to the letter B, and so on. Or at least that's what the police think to be the common thread. One thing they know for sure is that the killer submits an entry to a writing contest after each murder, known as a dialogue with the dead. As the list of victims grow, the police grow increasingly frustrated at the lack of clues and their inability to make an arrest.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield

Dervla Kirwan ... Rye Pomona

John Light ... Det. Const. 'Hat' Bowler
Jack Dee ... Dick Dee

John Sessions ... Charlie Penn

Dominic Mafham ... Dr. Sam Johnson

Tim Plester ... Franny Roote
James Quinn ... Det. Const. George Headingly

Lucy Davis ... Jax / Angela Ripley

Andrew Woodall ... Ambrose Bird
Buffy Davis ... Cecilia Bird
Bill Maynard ... Councillor Cyril Steel

Pauline McLynn ... Dr. Kirsty Urquhart
Francis Johnson ... John Wingate
Debra Gillett ... Sonia Wingate
Pascal Langdale ... Philip Constable

Lorraine Bruce ... Maggie Ruddlesdin

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst
Marc Bolton ... Edwin Digweed
Erica Rossi ... Engraver
Georgie Glen ... Headmistress
Bruce Barnden ... Security man
Matthew Barry ... David Lyttelton
Dawn Finnerty ... ASM
Margaret Wheldon ... Journalist
Neil May ... Visitor to Art Exhibition (uncredited)
Cassie Powney ... Twin 1 (uncredited)
Connie Powney ... Twin 2 (uncredited)
Conor Woodman ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: Dialogues of the Dead: Part 2

22 December 2002


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield

Dervla Kirwan ... Rye Pomona

John Light ... Det. Const. 'Hat' Bowler
Jack Dee ... Dick Dee

John Sessions ... Charlie Penn

Dominic Mafham ... Dr. Sam Johnson

Tim Plester ... Franny Roote
James Quinn ... Det. Const. George Headingly

Lucy Davis ... Jax / Angela Ripley

Andrew Woodall ... Ambrose Bird
Buffy Davis ... Cecilia Bird
Bill Maynard ... Councillor Cyril Steel

Pauline McLynn ... Dr. Kirsty Urquhart
Francis Johnson ... John Wingate
Debra Gillett ... Sonia Wingate
Pascal Langdale ... Philip Constable

Lorraine Bruce ... Maggie Ruddlesdin

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst
Marc Bolton ... Edwin Digweed
Erica Rossi ... Engraver
Georgie Glen ... Headmistress
Bruce Barnden ... Security man
Matthew Barry ... David Lyttelton
Margaret Wheldon ... Journalist
Neil May ... Visitor to Art Exhibition (uncredited)
Cassie Powney ... Twin 1 (uncredited)
Connie Powney ... Twin 2 (uncredited)
Conor Woodman ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: A Game of Soldiers

3 January 2004
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate the murder of Nancy D'Amato whose body is found by a squad of soldiers on training. She was an American tourist who was traveling alone and may have been drugged before she was beaten to death. It's determined that Nancy was seen at a pub with two young soldiers from the nearby military training base, one of whom subsequently commits suicide. Nancy's husband Gus, a Boston homicide detective, arrives and isn't pleased with the way the investigation is being handled. Andy is quite pleased as he gets the opportunity to work with DS Jenny Ettrick, an old flame. However, she was once married to one of the witnesses in the case and may be hiding a conflict of interest. When the second soldier is killed, suspicion falls on his brutish sergeant but the detectives must return to basics when they realize they made a serious error from the outset.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Katy Cavanagh ... Det. Sgt. Dawn 'Spike' Milligan

David Soul ... Detective Gus D'Amato

Phyllis Logan ... Det. Sgt. Jenny Ettrick
Charles Lawson ... Charles Stubbs

Lee Boardman ... Sgt. Brian Skinner

Ian Pirie ... Jake Hawkins
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
Tim Murphy ... Mark Bell
Debora Weston ... Nancy D'Amato
Philip McGinley ... Private Frank Ellerby
Andrew Turner ... Private Kevin Gillman
James Vaughan ... Lieut. Col. James Hartley
Alison Pargeter ... Barmaid
Ian Balm ... Pub Bandmember
Colin 'Tipdog' Tippin ... Pub Bandmember
Mike Morgan ... Pub Bandmember
David Power ... Pub Bandmember
Andy Craig ... Pub Bandmember
Neil Barlow ... Pub Bandmember

Kate Deeley ... Mary Nicholl (uncredited)

Robert Stone ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: The Price of Fame

10 January 2004
After a blow-up with a kidnapping suspect during a formal interview, Dalziel goes on a fortnight's enforced leave leaving him to ponder whether he will return at all. DI Pascoe and DS Milligan look into the death of Efrona Davis, whose body is washed up on shore. She had a date after work the previous evening with Gavin Oldham, who has gone missing. Unfortunately, the DCI assigned to the case is preoccupied with a diamond robbery. Efrona was part of a reality TV talent competition and was hoping to have a career in show business. With Dalziel's return to duty, the investigation focuses on Rowan Priestly, a has-been comedian who organized the talent show and Julian Finch who had recently become Efrona's agent. The case turns out to be more complex than first imagined when they establish links to another major investigation.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Ricky Tomlinson ... Rowan Priestley
John McArdle ... Matthew Davis
Claire King ... Louise Russell

James Corden ... Ben Forsythe
Emil Marwa ... Brandon Taylor

Mark Heap ... Julian Finch

William Ilkley ... DCI Derek Hawes
Katy Cavanagh ... Det. Sgt. Dawn 'Spike' Milligan
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
Darren Tunstall ... Roy Daynes
Annette Bentley ... Lindsey Wilson
Judy Flynn ... Karen Clark
Susan Brown ... ACC Alex Lawrence
Marcelle Duprey ... Kim Slater
Lisa Kay ... Efrona Davis (as Lisa M. Kay)

Anthony Lewis ... Gavin Oldham
Sinead Bailey ... Penny Wilson
Travis Yates ... Boy in Internet Café

Jeremy Clarkson ... Man on TV (uncredited)
Natasha Kaplinsky ... TV Newsreader (uncredited)
Peter Rnic ... Pub Fighter (uncredited)
Katie Ross ... PC Robertson (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: Great Escapes

17 January 2004
Charlie Walker has escaped from police custody and is the object of a massive police manhunt. Andy just happens to be in the area and spends the night in a local pub when his car breaks down. The pub is owned by Walker's parents-in-law but he was convicted of murdering their daughter so they don't want much of anything to do with him. When one of the pub's barmaids, Sally Craig, is found mauled to death, Dalziel, now joined by Pascoe and DS Milligan, investigate. Sally was having a fling with a local dog breeder whose wife had recently told her to stay away from her husband but she was also the key witness against Walker at his trial.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Tim Healy ... Mike Pitman
Lynda Bellingham ... Jess Pitman
Richard Ridings ... Trevor Nesbitt
Jack Deam ... Charlie Walker
Katy Cavanagh ... Det. Sgt. Dawn 'Spike' Milligan

Oliver Cotton ... Keith Henshaw

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst
Graham Turner ... Frank Fyley
Ian Puleston-Davies ... Paul Pitman
Jessica Harper ... Nicki Walker
Alison Swann ... Tracy Pitman
Helen Latham ... Sally Craig
Kathleen Worth ... Mrs. Stimpson
Kate Deakin ... Kerry
Charis Berry ... Kate Walker
David Perks ... Rambler
Jane Hicks ... Julie - Meals on Wheels Volunteer

Myles Keogh ... Detective Constable (as Michael Keogh)
Neil May ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 4: Soft Touch

24 January 2004
Andy Dalziel is not a happy man. He's been told that he's on his last operational case and will soon be moved to a desk job. He's feeling his age and is worried about his future to the point where he is suffering from severe insomnia. The police have a puzzler on their hands. The autopsy of a man found dead reveals a two-year old bullet from an AK-47 lodged in his spine. When Richard Mattis returns from Russia having successfully negotiated a major contract for the family-owned shoe company, he also brings home his lovely interpreter, Natalia. When Richard is found killed, Andy is convinced there has to be a connection between the two cases.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Alison Steadman ... Marion Mattis
James Laurenson ... Richard Mattis

Nicholas Gleaves ... Sam Mattis
Amy Robbins ... Deborah Mattis

Karl Johnson ... Stevie Earle

Kieran O'Brien ... Chris Mattis
Lidija Zovkic ... Natalia Chevlikin
Katy Cavanagh ... Det. Sgt. Dawn 'Spike' Milligan

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst
Lesley Clare O'Neill ... Audrey Milligan
Hazel Ellerby ... Jacquie Whiting
Clive Rowe ... Vince Kilcline
Hannah Storey ... Jemma Earle

Harmage Singh Kalirai ... Ralph
Andy Rashleigh ... Jerry Talbot
Peter McNally ... Darrell Sylvian
Neil Boorman ... Greg Humphries
Tremaine Maynard ... Tom Milligan

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Heads You Lose: Part 1

30 January 2005
The police have a murder investigation on their hands when body parts and medical waste are found in a local lake. The waste is traced to Wetherton Royal Infirmary and Dalziel focuses on a missing nurse, Leanne Proctor. She had recently leaked information to a local newspaper about a waiting list scam at the hospital. The hospital itself is under threat of closure with staff taking sides on the issue and with a local contractor hoping to profit from building a new private hospital. Throughout this time, Peter Pascoe is himself a patient at the WRI's neurological ward following a severe accident during a police chase. He becomes quite attracted to one of the nurses, Shannon Hayes.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Haydn Gwynne ... Dr. McKenzie Mansfield

Kirsty Mitchell ... Shannon Hayes

Paterson Joseph ... Mr. Alisdair Collinson
Rachael Hayden ... Melinda Miller

Robert Powell ... Barry Jemmerson
Michael Begley ... Carl Watmough
Richard Harrington ... Gary Mileham
Miriam Karlin ... Judith Bateman

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Inga Brooksby ... Amy Mansfield
Catherine Breeze ... Jenny Armstrong
Philip Wright ... Colin Armstrong
Kevin Drury ... Nurse Cosby

Natalie Anderson ... Nurse Corby
Sadie Pickering ... Tessie
Matthew Gill ... Jason

Paul Jibson ... Paramedic
Dominic Lewis ... Simon Bolton
Nikki Tapper ... News Reporter
Fen Rogers ... Leanne Proctor

Peter Barrett ... Darren's Mate (uncredited)
Neil May ... SOCO (uncredited)
Jane Riley ... Nurse Litten (uncredited)

Nicholas Shaw ... Porter (uncredited)
Becky Simpson ... Polly Armstrong (uncredited)
Chia Suan ... Nurse Limdico (uncredited)

Tom Vaughan ... Darren Chapman (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 2: Heads You Lose: Part 2

31 January 2005


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Haydn Gwynne ... Dr. McKenzie Mansfield

Kirsty Mitchell ... Shannon Hayes

Paterson Joseph ... Mr. Alisdair Collinson
Rachael Hayden ... Melinda Miller

Robert Powell ... Barry Jemmerson
Michael Begley ... Carl Watmough
Richard Harrington ... Gary Mileham
Miriam Karlin ... Judith Bateman

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Inga Brooksby ... Amy Mansfield
Catherine Breeze ... Jenny Armstrong
Philip Wright ... Colin Armstrong
Kevin Drury ... Nurse Cosby

Natalie Anderson ... Nurse Corby
Sadie Pickering ... Tessie
Matthew Gill ... Jason

Paul Jibson ... Paramedic
Becky Simpson ... Polly Armstrong
Dominic Lewis ... Simon Bolton
Nikki Tapper ... News Reporter
Fen Rogers ... Leanne Proctor

Peter Barrett ... Darren's Mate (uncredited)
Neil May ... SOCO (uncredited)
Nick Owenford ... Hospital Porter (uncredited)
Jane Riley ... Nurse Litten (uncredited)

Nicholas Shaw ... Porter (uncredited)
Chia Suan ... Nurse Limdico (uncredited)

Tom Vaughan ... Darren Chapman (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 3: Dead Meat: Part 1

6 February 2005
Animal activist Robin Challoner is found dead, and partly eaten, in the tiger cage at the Latimer Private Zoo. The zoo is housed on the one-time estate of Lord 'Tiger' Harper who in 1979 disappeared after someone was killed there after a party. Andy Dalziel remembers the case well and always believed Lord Harper was in hiding nearby. The zoo is managed by Guy Latimer, Harper's one-time lover and it is obvious that he's not pleased to have the police around. When a zookeeper disappears and a veterinarian is found dead floating in the swimming pool, the detectives are convinced that they have something far more serious on their hands than animal activists snooping around. Peter Pascoe is surprised to hear that his ex-wife Ellie and daughter Rosie are in Wetherton visiting her parents. While he is thrilled to see them, he hasn't seen his daughter for a year, he's not so pleased to find out that Ellie is engaged to be married and has her new fiancé in tow.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Christopher Cazenove ... Guy Latimer

Oliver Dimsdale ... Danny Latimer
Sharon Duce ... Jenny Challoner
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Peter De Jersey ... William Courtney
Teo-Wa Vuong ... Maria Chan
David MacCreedy ... Saul Axton
James Aubrey ... Lord 'Tiger' Harper
Sean Blowers ... Ronny Marnham
Sai-Kit Yung ... Han (as Stuart Ong)
Martin Troakes ... Glen Priddy
Anne Lauren ... Katie Donovan (as Anna Lauren)
Jonny Freeman ... Robin Challoner
Lucy Flack ... Young Jenny Huddlestone
Alexander Warner ... Young Lord Harper
Ben Tillett ... Young Latimer
Richard Plumley ... Billy Huddlestone
Diana Payan ... Mary
Rebecca Bridges ... Rosie Pascoe
Grace Fan ... Chinese Woman (uncredited)
Neil May ... SOCO (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 4: Dead Meat: Part 2

7 February 2005


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Christopher Cazenove ... Guy Latimer

Oliver Dimsdale ... Danny Latimer
Sharon Duce ... Jenny Challoner
Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Peter De Jersey ... William Courtney
Teo-Wa Vuong ... Maria Chan
David MacCreedy ... Saul Axton
James Aubrey ... Lord 'Tiger' Harper
Sean Blowers ... Ronny Marnham
Sai-Kit Yung ... Han (as Stuart Ong)
Martin Troakes ... Glen Priddy
Anne Lauren ... Katie Donovan (as Anna Lauren)
Jonny Freeman ... Robin Challoner
Lucy Flack ... Young Jenny Huddlestone
Alexander Warner ... Young Lord Harper
Ben Tillett ... Young Latimer
Richard Plumley ... Billy Huddlestone
Diana Payan ... Mary
Rebecca Bridges ... Rosie Pascoe
Grace Fan ... Chinese Woman (uncredited)
Neil May ... SOCO (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 5: The Dig: Part 1

13 February 2005
At an archaeological dig of an ancient Roman ruin, Dr Janet Rix and her students uncover a recently buried body. The pot-mortem reveals that the body had been there for several months. The archaeological sites sits in the path of a bypass under construction and this creates a good deal of friction between the road crew and the excavators, who have a row in the local pub. When one of the road crewmen, known as Tarzan, is found with his head bashed in, the police assume that Rix or her colleagues are to blame. As the case progresses however, Dalziel and Pascoe find that they may be dealing with multiple murderers and that one of the crimes may be linked to a murder that occurred many years before. The only problem is that Andy worked hard to convict someone for that older crime and now faces the possibility that an innocent man was sent to jail.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe
George Irving ... Robin Blake / Stuart Mills
Finbar Lynch ... Dave Cashman

Susan Lynch ... Dr. Janet Rix

Juliet Aubrey ... Dr. Eleanor Brown

Jonathan Linsley ... Clive Jacobs

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef
Neil Haigh ... Paul Hobbs
Steve Jackson ... John Hobbs

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Wayne Foskett ... Lord Lucan / Harry Simms

Clint Dyer ... Tarzan / Keith Gibson
Krassimir Damianov ... No Nose / Ismail Medmedov
Derren Litten ... Mad Dog
Jane Hazlegrove ... Kay Simms

Adjoa Andoh ... Katie Bevins
Steve Ramsden ... Billy Moyes
Susan Engel ... Prioress

Will Norris ... PC Phil Higson
Sally George ... Cashman's Solicitor
John Nayagam ... CPS Lawyer
Tom Manners ... TV Reporter
Geoffrey Beevers ... Catholic Priest (uncredited)
Stephen Boxer ... James Atherton (uncredited)

Kate Deeley ... Aromatherapist (uncredited)
Rob Swinton ... Jeweller (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 6: The Dig: Part 2

14 February 2005


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
George Irving ... Robin Blake / Stuart Mills
Finbar Lynch ... Dave Cashman

Susan Lynch ... Dr. Janet Rix

Juliet Aubrey ... Dr. Eleanor Brown

Jonathan Linsley ... Clive Jacobs

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef
Neil Haigh ... Paul Hobbs
Steve Jackson ... John Hobbs

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
Wayne Foskett ... Lord Lucan / Harry Simms

Clint Dyer ... Tarzan / Keith Gibson
Krassimir Damianov ... No Nose / Ismail Medmedov
Derren Litten ... Mad Dog
Jane Hazlegrove ... Kay Simms

Adjoa Andoh ... Katie Bevins
Steve Ramsden ... Billy Moyes
Susan Engel ... Prioress

Will Norris ... PC Phil Higson
Sally George ... Cashman's Solicitor
John Nayagam ... CPS Lawyer
Tom Manners ... TV Reporter
Geoffrey Beevers ... Catholic Priest (uncredited)
Stephen Boxer ... James Atherton (uncredited)

Kate Deeley ... Aromatherapist (uncredited)
Rob Swinton ... Jeweller (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 7: Dust Thou Art: Part 1

20 February 2005
When Lisa Johnson is kidnapped by two men wearing balaclavas, PC Maria Jackson is also taken when she tries to intervene. Johnson was a student at the local arts centre and was having an affair with the centre's deputy director, Visha Iqbal who is found murdered the next day. Lisa's parents have been trying to raise the ransom by liquidating their assets but have not told the police. The murders multiply when another teacher is killed as is the head of a local museum. The police realize that both jealousy and a scam to sell forged art work are at the centre of the plot.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Douglas Henshall ... Tony Watson

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson

Siobhan Finneran ... Susie Ferdinand

Tessa Peake-Jones ... Emma Collins
Anna Calder-Marshall ... Anna Wisley
Rupert Procter ... Mark Tatton

Julian Wadham ... Richard Johnstone
Jane Gurnett ... Pam Johnstone
Gary Whitaker ... Mick Heathfield

Sam Hazeldine ... Sean Doherty

David Burke ... Paul Boddison

Victor McGuire ... Dave Green

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
Flora Spencer-Longhurst ... Lisa Johnstone
Sophie Osborne ... Kirsten Thomas (as Sophie Osbourne)

T.J. Ramini ... Visha Iqbal
Jim Findley ... Thomas Jackson
Julian Forsyth ... Auctioneer
Aileen Gonsalves ... Ekta Iqbal
Jemma Hines ... WPC Claire Bains
Neil May ... SOCO

Christine Moore ... Elizabeth Jackson

Will Norris ... PC Phil Higson
Rachel Spencer ... Student (as Rachel Susan Spencer)

Season 9, Episode 8: Dust Thou Art: Part 2

21 February 2005


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe

Douglas Henshall ... Tony Watson

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson

Siobhan Finneran ... Susie Ferdinand

Tessa Peake-Jones ... Emma Collins
Anna Calder-Marshall ... Anna Wisley
Rupert Procter ... Mark Tatton

Julian Wadham ... Richard Johnstone
Jane Gurnett ... Pam Johnstone
Gary Whitaker ... Mick Heathfield

Sam Hazeldine ... Sean Doherty

David Burke ... Paul Boddison

Victor McGuire ... Dave Green

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
Flora Spencer-Longhurst ... Lisa Johnstone
Sophie Osborne ... Kirsten Thomas (as Sophie Osbourne)

T.J. Ramini ... Visha Iqbal
Jim Findley ... Thomas Jackson
Julian Forsyth ... Auctioneer
Aileen Gonsalves ... Ekta Iqbal
Jemma Hines ... WPC Claire Bains
Neil May ... SOCO

Christine Moore ... Elizabeth Jackson

Will Norris ... PC Phil Higson
Rachel Spencer ... Student (as Rachel Susan Spencer)

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Houdini's Ghost: Part 1

6 March 2006
Retired entrepreneur Pal Maclean is found dead, his face shot to pulp with a rifle apparently operated by a string tied to his toe, in a room locked from the outside of his former, now uninhabited residence. Dalziel, who is gobbling sweets while trying to stop smoking and was a close friend, promises the widow Key -separated since 5 years, after abuse, now running a catering firm with his daughter Clare- to spare her a scandal, but Pal's son Rob, a lush, insists it's murder: he had an appointment with his dad that morning, and makes public Pal's plans to change his will, disinheriting Key and making Clare's share dependent on divorcing nurse Jason Chapman. Pascoe is kept in the dark but suspects the dealings of Pal's former firm's buyer, influential contractor Bill Walker, may be the key...

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Cherie Lunghi ... Kay Miclean
John Bowe ... Bill Walker

Hannah Yelland ... Helen Chapman
Daniel Evans ... Rob Miclean
Rocky Marshall ... Jason Chapman

Paul Barber ... Clive Griffin
Zita Sattar ... Louise Hepburn

Earl Cameron ... Arthur Nolan

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Angie Garnett ... Kelly Knightley
Mark Roper ... PC Pat Conway
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
David J. Bremner ... Pal Miclean
Neil May ... Policeman
Nicolas Wall ... Police Officer
Chris Wilson ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 2: Houdini's Ghost: Part 2

7 March 2006
When the police find Rob Miclean dead - seemingly having committed suicide in virtually the exact same way as his father - Pascoe further doubts the suicide theory. The pathologist determines that Rob Miclean had a brain tumor and only a few months to live. Dalziel wonders what an ex-business partner, Bill Walker, may have to do with the case. He and Pal Miclean had built an apartment block, Cherwell Tower that may hold secrets of its own.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Cherie Lunghi ... Kay Miclean
John Bowe ... Bill Walker

Hannah Yelland ... Helen Chapman
Daniel Evans ... Rob Miclean
Rocky Marshall ... Jason Chapman

Paul Barber ... Clive Griffin
Zita Sattar ... Louise Hepburn

Earl Cameron ... Arthur Nolan

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Angie Garnett ... Kelly Knightley
Mark Roper ... PC Pat Conway
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason

Naomi Bentley ... WPC Maria 'Janet' Jackson
David J. Bremner ... Pal Miclean
Nicolas Wall ... Police Officer

Season 10, Episode 3: Glory Days: Part 1

13 March 2006
Wetherton Wanderers Football Club's celebrations for topping the Premiership are short-lived when their bus crashes into a train, with devastating results. Among the victims is club manager Martin Bendelow. But his death isn't all it appears to be when a postmortem reveals the crash was no accident. As Dalziel and Pascoe investigate, they learn there's more than one person with a motive for Martin's death. And soon some rather surprising skeletons start tumbling out of his family's closet.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Emma Atkins ... Emily Bendelow

George Costigan ... Barry Bendelow

Sorcha Cusack ... Kath Heaton
Andrew Dunn ... Jack Faraday
Sophie Powles ... Beth Bendelow
Liza Walker ... Naomi Chappell
Paul McEwan ... Mark Chappell
Mark Benson ... Ben Hawkins

Elize du Toit ... Abigail Stewart

Jonie Broom ... Adam Osbourne

James Daffern ... Reece Davies
Glenn Lamont ... Conor Avery

Vidal Sancho ... Juanito Torres
Stephen Beckett ... Martin Bendelow

Tiana Benjamin ... Kylie Johnson
Sean McKenzie ... Joe Waddington

Nigel Boyle ... Dave Redrup
Jane Hicks ... Sophie Dartnall - News Reporter
Harry Capehorn ... Dominic Ellis
Ray Gill ... Paramedic
Shaun Hennessey ... Paul Webb (as Shaun Hennessy)

Frazer Hines ... Duncan Ramsden
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
William Travis ... Nigel Dawson
Siren Turkeshi ... Maddison
Steve Varnom ... Douglas Padgett
Neil May ... Solicitor (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 4: Glory Days: Part 2

14 March 2006
When the motor coach driver is killed, Dalziel believes it was to keep him from giving the police any information about the crash. With Martin Bendelow's niece apparently kidnapped, the police have something else to worry about. They soon realize that the solution is to be found in a complex family situation involving parental neglect and an incestuous relationship from long ago.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Emma Atkins ... Emily Bendelow

George Costigan ... Barry Bendelow

Sorcha Cusack ... Kath Heaton
Andrew Dunn ... Jack Faraday
Sophie Powles ... Beth Bendelow
Liza Walker ... Naomi Chappell
Paul McEwan ... Mark Chappell
Mark Benson ... Ben Hawkins

Elize du Toit ... Abigail Stewart

Jonie Broom ... Adam Osbourne

James Daffern ... Reece Davies
Glenn Lamont ... Conor Avery

Vidal Sancho ... Juanito Torres
Stephen Beckett ... Martin Bendelow

Tiana Benjamin ... Kylie Johnson
Sean McKenzie ... Joe Waddington

Nigel Boyle ... Dave Redrup
Jane Hicks ... Sophie Dartnall - News Reporter
Harry Capehorn ... Dominic Ellis
Ray Gill ... Paramedic
Shaun Hennessey ... Paul Webb (as Shaun Hennessy)

Frazer Hines ... Duncan Ramsden
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
William Travis ... Nigel Dawson
Siren Turkeshi ... Maddison
Steve Varnom ... Douglas Padgett

Season 10, Episode 5: Wrong Place, Wrong Time: Part 1

27 March 2006
Dalziel and Pascoe go to Amsterdam for a police conference. On the night of their arrival it already goes wrong, when the men lose each other. The next morning Dalziel finds himself into a room, next to him a very dead girl. Dalziel soon turns out to be the prime suspect. Soon afterwards another murder is committed, this time a body has been found, floating in a channel. Pascoe is left to carry out his own investigation with the help of DC Lateef and WPC 'Posh' Spicer. As the story unravels, the disappearance of a young Muslim British woman, the murder of a Sheffield Wednesday football fan, illegal diamond dealing and police corruption all become linked to the murder.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jeroen Krabbé ... Det Supt Wim de Kuiper

Johanna ter Steege ... DS Anna Breukink

Pierre Bokma ... DI Hans Boersma
Michael French ... Gary Lescott

Louise Delamere ... Tracey Baxter

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
André Arend van de Noord ... Hendriks

Peter Wingfield ... Dave Simmonds
Ellen Ten Damme ... Frida Aalst
Joep Sertons ... Marty Boak

Reinout Bussemaker ... Dutch Pathologist
Frans van Deursen ... Jacob Keyser - Bartender
Dennis Rudge ... African Hit Man

Bhasker Patel ... Wasim Razzaq
Parvez Qadir ... Rashid Razzaq
Marthe Geke Bracht ... Dutch Police Doctor
Ricky Koole ... Desk Sergeant
Wolter Muller ... Desk Officer

Michiel Huisman ... Back-Packer
Els Ingeborg Smits ... Registrar
Ian Groombridge ... Sam Hudson
Jeroen Vierdag ... Bass Player
Marcus Olgers ... Piano Player

Season 10, Episode 6: Wrong Place, Wrong Time: Part 2

28 March 2006
Pascoe learns from the British Consul in Amsterdam that Tracey Baxter was a police witness who had been relocated under the witness protection program. He is also convinced a dead body found in the canal the day they arrived is that of a missing British national and that it is somehow connected to the case. While Andy goes after the killer, Pascoe learns that someone from within the police force is tampering with the evidence. They soon realize they are involved in a turf war having to do with smuggled blood diamonds from West Africa.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jeroen Krabbé ... Det Supt Wim de Kuiper

Johanna ter Steege ... DS Anna Breukink

Pierre Bokma ... DI Hans Boersma
Michael French ... Gary Lescott

Louise Delamere ... Tracey Baxter

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
André Arend van de Noord ... Hendriks

Peter Wingfield ... Dave Simmonds
Ellen Ten Damme ... Frida Aalst
Joe Savino ... Dr. Frank Mason
Joep Sertons ... Marty Boak

Reinout Bussemaker ... Dutch Pathologist
Frans van Deursen ... Jacob Keyser - Bartender
Dennis Rudge ... African Hit Man
Perveen Hussain ... Jasmina Razzaq
Parvez Qadir ... Rashid Razzaq
Ricky Koole ... Desk Sergeant
Sabri Saad El-Hamus ... Muslim Cleric
John Rowe ... Chief Constable
Nazmiye Oral ... Fatima
Ian Groombridge ... Sam Hudson
Jeroen Vierdag ... Bass Player
Marcus Olgers ... Piano Player

Season 10, Episode 7: Guardian Angel: Part 1

3 April 2006
Wetherton's domestic bliss is rocked when housewife, Susan Goodman, is murdered while doing her weekly shopping. Lethal chemical, teltroxin, is the cause of death and Susan's demise is soon followed by that of Angela Veitch. As the two victims lives are put under the spotlight, a link between them and a health retreat called Arcadia is discovered. Dalziel and Pascoe head off to Arcadia, finding the slippery Brian Fairmile ruling the roost. When another guest at the retreat is killed, Dalziel and Pascoe discover more connections between the victims, large sums of money, and a mysterious Barbara Lennox. Could the person who sourced the lethal chemical be responsible for the deaths? Who exactly is Barbara? And when two people vanish, where have they gone and are they running in fear for their lives?

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Christopher Fulford ... Terry Parker
Sally Dexter ... Pauline Parker
Bruno Langley ... Jason Parker

Stephen Tompkinson ... Brian Fairmile

Anton Lesser ... Paul Goodman
Elaine Donnelly ... Susan Goodman

Tony Haygarth ... Michael Veitch
Marjorie Yates ... Angela Veitch

Hugh Ross ... Andrew Caulfield

Eva Pope ... Jane Caulfield
Gerard Horan ... Jim Webster
Stella Gonet ... Christine Webster
Jimmy Yuill ... Robert MacAlpine
Kelly Hunter ... Laura MacAlpine
Rob Edwards ... Ben Edwards

Nicholas Pinnock ... Stephen Japp
Kiran Hocking ... Dr. Miles
Michelle Potter ... Linda
Susanna Gosney ... Shop Assistant
Rebecca Bridges ... Rosie Pascoe
Chris Wilson ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 8: Guardian Angel: Part 2

4 April 2006
As the deaths keep rising, the police try to figure out why the victims had all withdrawn large sums of money from their bank accounts. Were they being blackmailed? Andy doesn't think so and tries to find a common motive. What the police learn is that the women all paid to have their husband's killed but having given the money to someone named Barbara Lennox, whom they met on the Internet, it is the wives who are now being eliminated. Peter learns the true reason Rosie has been shoplifting.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Christopher Fulford ... Terry Parker
Sally Dexter ... Pauline Parker
Bruno Langley ... Jason Parker

Stephen Tompkinson ... Brian Fairmile

Anton Lesser ... Paul Goodman
Elaine Donnelly ... Susan Goodman

Tony Haygarth ... Michael Veitch
Marjorie Yates ... Angela Veitch

Hugh Ross ... Andrew Caulfield

Eva Pope ... Jane Caulfield
Gerard Horan ... Jim Webster
Stella Gonet ... Christine Webster
Jimmy Yuill ... Robert MacAlpine
Kelly Hunter ... Laura MacAlpine
Rob Edwards ... Ben Edwards

Nicholas Pinnock ... Stephen Japp
Michelle Potter ... Linda
Susanna Gosney ... Shop Assistant
Rebecca Bridges ... Rosie Pascoe

Season 10, Episode 9: A Death in the Family: Part 1

10 April 2006
When a transit depot is robbed of £600,000 in used banknotes, the thieves left one thing behind: a dead security guard. The dead man, Dave Compton, was a former police officer who was sacked 5 years previously when marijuana was found in his police locker. Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel still considers him a friend who was set-up but the autopsy reveals that the man was a heroin addict. In fact, Compton was the inside man on the robbery and telephone records lead them to Steve Pitt, whom they find dead in the kitchen of his restaurant.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Ray Ashcroft ... Dave Compton

Paul Butterworth ... Vicar

Amelia Curtis ... Rebecca Stevens

Jennifer Daley ... Receptionist

Burn Gorman ... Jerry Hart
Karen Henthorn ... Pathologist
Jemma Hines ... PC Clare Baines
Asif Khan ... Ehsan Khan
Charlotte Longfield ... Lecturer

Art Malik ... Aahil Khan
Simon Nagra ... Hashim Kareem
Claire Price ... Clare Higgins

Marcus Romer ... Ray Marsdon

Phaldut Sharma ... Imad Abdullah (as Paul Sharma)
Steve John Shepherd ... Steve Pitt
James Thornton ... Hugh Shadwell
Biddy Wells ... Roberta James

Sophie Winkleman ... Alice Shadwell
Gillian Wright ... Pat Richardson
Shane Zaza ... Rayn Khan
Nicolas Wall ... C.I.D. Officer (uncredited)
Chris Wilson ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 10: A Death in the Family: Part 2

11 April 2006


Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Ray Ashcroft ... Dave Compton

Paul Butterworth ... Vicar

Amelia Curtis ... Rebecca Stevens

Jennifer Daley ... Receptionist

Burn Gorman ... Jerry Hart
Karen Henthorn ... Pathologist
Jemma Hines ... PC Clare Baines
Asif Khan ... Ehsan Khan
Charlotte Longfield ... Lecturer

Art Malik ... Aahil Khan
Simon Nagra ... Hashim Kareem
Claire Price ... Clare Higgins

Marcus Romer ... Ray Marsdon

Phaldut Sharma ... Imad Abdullah (as Paul Sharma)
Steve John Shepherd ... Steve Pitt
James Thornton ... Hugh Shadwell
Biddy Wells ... Roberta James

Sophie Winkleman ... Alice Shadwell
Gillian Wright ... Pat Richardson
Shane Zaza ... Rayn Khan
Nicolas Wall ... C.I.D. Officer (uncredited)

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: The Cave Woman: Part 1

3 September 2006
When a woman's mummified remains emerge from the water during a cave rescue operation, Dalziel and Pascoe embark upon a treacherous murder inquiry which rocks their world to its core.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Denis Lawson ... John Barron
Reece Dinsdale ... Iain Pyke

Christine Tremarco ... Nerissa Barron

Joseph Mawle ... Charlie Barron
Jane Wood ... Vanda Dewhurst

Sylvia Syms ... Maisie Barron
Sue Jenkins ... Sophie Barron
Joe Savino ... Frank Mason
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines

Ralph Ineson ... James Maddern
Eunice Huthart ... Jenny Mills

Lorraine Bruce ... Maggie Ruddlesdin
Pete Dunwell ... Colin Grainger (as Peter Dunwell)
Brendan Charleson ... Eddie Summers

Derek Lea ... Mike Ruskin
Emma Christie ... Claire Kennedy
Rachel Wake ... Hazel Shaw
Karl Deitch ... Gary Palmer
Jake Nightingale ... Davey Streeter
Jacqueline Kington ... Lilly Hartley
Lizzie McPhee ... Sharon Vibert
Sean Wightman ... Real Allan Vibert
Tom Lorcan ... Young John Barron

Season 11, Episode 2: The Cave Woman: Part 2

4 September 2006
Dalziel and Pascoe's investigation comes under increasing attack, despite their best efforts to search for clues. However, they battle harder than ever to uncover the truth about the mummified remains, which they believe are connected to the case of the Yorkshire chief constable's ex-wife, who vanished more than 20 years ago.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Wayne Perrey ... DC Parvez Lateef

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Denis Lawson ... John Barron
Reece Dinsdale ... Iain Pyke

Christine Tremarco ... Nerissa Barron

Joseph Mawle ... Charlie Barron
Jane Wood ... Vanda Dewhurst

Sylvia Syms ... Maisie Barron
Sue Jenkins ... Sophie Barron

Ralph Ineson ... James Maddern
Eunice Huthart ... Jenny Mills

Lorraine Bruce ... Maggie Ruddlesdin
Brendan Charleson ... Eddie Summers
Marc Anwar ... Naved Lateef

Sakuntala Ramanee ... Sameen Lateef
Bill Thomas ... Phil Cooper
Jane Guernier ... Susan Decker
Gary Pillai ... Magnus Tozier
James Barron ... Solicitor
Tom Lorcan ... Young John Barron
Sam Curtis ... Paul Victor

Rob James-Collier ... Simon Thewlis (as Rob Collier)
Bean Peel ... Mandy Phillips
Nicolas Wall ... Iain Pyke's Driver (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 3: Fallen Angel: Part 1

10 September 2006
Following the murder of a jockey at a racetrack, Dalziel and Pascoe find themselves forced to examine the dark underbelly of horse racing.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... DC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Andrew Tiernan ... Jake McNally
Rachel Davies ... Sandra McNally

Cheryl Campbell ... Jean Swainbank
Sean Wilson ... Ken Lawson

Emily Joyce ... Natalie Lawson
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst
Craig Kelly ... Eddie Wilcox

Jodie Whittaker ... Kirsty Richards
Steve Chaplin ... Ben Culton
Niall Buggy ... Drummond Sachs

Radoslaw Kaim ... Viktor Telepenko (as Rad Kaim)
Mary Jo Randle ... Moira Henshaw
Simon Trinder ... Todd Fletcher
Deka Walmsley ... Kevin Hogarth

Marc Pickering ... Sammy Hogarth
Jackie Fielding ... Midwife - Sarah Parker
Ian Good ... Bookie - Ron Noakes
Duggal Ram ... Joe Carlyle
Michael Cahill ... Farrier - Alex Broome
Rosamund Clare ... Julie-Ann Henshaw
Neil May ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 4: Fallen Angel: Part 2

11 September 2006
Dalziel and Pascoe continue their search for clues in the murder of a jockey and take little comfort from their rural surroundings as they find themselves getting dragged deeper into the dark side of horse racing.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... DC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Cheryl Campbell ... Jean Swainbank
Sean Wilson ... Ken Lawson

Emily Joyce ... Natalie Lawson
Rachel Davies ... Sandra McNally

Andrew Tiernan ... Jake McNally

Jodie Whittaker ... Kirsty Richards
Steve Chaplin ... Ben Culton / Jamie Henshaw
Mary Jo Randle ... Moira Henshaw

James Puddephatt ... Dr. James Ashurst

Radoslaw Kaim ... Viktor Telepenko (as Rad Kaim)
Craig Kelly ... Eddie Wilcox
Simon Trinder ... Todd Fletcher
Niall Buggy ... Drummond Sachs
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines
Deka Walmsley ... Kevin Hogarth

Marc Pickering ... Sammy Hogarth
Michael Cahill ... Farrier - Alex Broome
Laurietta Essien ... Nurse Chloe Stephens
Paul Courtenay Hyu ... Nigel Ogilvie
Neil May ... Police Constable (uncredited)

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Demons on Our Shoulders: Part 1

6 May 2007
On Halloween, Kate Johnson is killed in her bedroom, the victim of a shotgun blast. Her husband Guy is the obvious suspect, having now disappeared. In an odd twist, the couple had been part of a television broadcast the previous Halloween where hypnotist Lee Knight demonstrated that people could be induced to do anything, including murder. The dead woman's daughter, Katherine Taylor, is convinced that the hypnotic suggestions of a year ago are what caused her father to kill her mother and that Knight is responsible. When she is found dead however, the case takes yet another turn. Meanwhile, Dalziel undergoes hypnotherapy to quit smoking.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Richard E. Grant ... Lee Knight

Emily Bruni ... Tamzin Court
Nancy Carroll ... Samantha Mantell

Gerard Murphy ... Steven Burlow
Margo Gunn ... Sarah Johnson

Peter Wight ... Charles Johnson

Robyn Addison ... Katherine Taylor
Ben Owen-Jones ... Edward Nash
Niall Macgregor ... David Sargent
Richard O'Callaghan ... Aiden Scarman
Denise Black ... Peta Sinclair
Paul Hilton ... Oliver Taylor
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines
Laura Mortimer ... Jean Hamilton
James Vaughan ... Guy Hamilton
David Bell ... James Hamilton
Yao Chin ... Diederick Ford
Charmaine Parsons ... Restaurant Maitre D'
Allan Gentleman ... Film Crew
Shivarna Mitra ... Emma Jones

Season 12, Episode 2: Demons on Our Shoulders: Part 2

13 May 2007
As the body count continues to rise, Dalziel and Pascoe continue to focus their investigation on Lee Knight. Knight continues to maintain his innocence and says he's being set up by someone. The police uncover that most of the principals are involved in witchcraft of one sort or another. As the victims' bodies are being dismembered, they believe the killer is set to perform some type of ritual. Pascoe believes Knight is innocent and the true killer is someone who is well-known to Andy.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer

Richard E. Grant ... Lee Knight

Emily Bruni ... Tamzin Court
Nancy Carroll ... Samantha Mantell

Gerard Murphy ... Steven Burlow
Margo Gunn ... Sarah Johnson

Peter Wight ... Charles Johnson

Robyn Addison ... Katherine Taylor
Ben Owen-Jones ... Edward Nash
Niall Macgregor ... David Sargent
Richard O'Callaghan ... Aiden Scarman
Denise Black ... Peta Sinclair
Paul Hilton ... Oliver Taylor
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines
Laura Mortimer ... Jean Hamilton
James Vaughan ... Guy Hamilton
David Bell ... James Hamilton

Priyanga Burford ... Rebekah Beeton
Sarah Patel ... Meeta Thalani
Shivarna Mitra ... Emma Jones

Season 12, Episode 3: Project Aphrodite: Part 1

14 June 2007
A sunburned Det. Supt Andy Dalziel returns from his holiday in Australia and finds himself immediately investigating a murder. The dead man is Declan Roach, a researcher at the local university who was found in a university laboratory clean room. The autopsy confirms that he died from nitrogen intoxication but it is not clear at first if it was accidental or not. Roach was working under the direction of Professor Fran Cunningham, who in turn has a major contract with Aphrodite, a major cosmetics firm. She is working on a formula for a rejuvenation cream that will be nothing less than a fountain of youth and there is obviously a great deal of money at stake. Andy meanwhile is thinking of packing it in and emigrating to Australia.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Richard O'Callaghan ... Aidan Scarman
Amelia Bullmore ... Frances Cunningham

Chipo Chung ... Layla Jadwin

Anthony Calf ... Joe Furst

Kevin Doyle ... Adam Bolt

Jamie Harding ... Sam Wiseman

Branwell Donaghey ... Matt Hurley

John Lightbody ... Ben Sharp
Barbara Marten ... Louise Roach
Angela Clerkin ... Liz Reid
Tracie Bennett ... Grace Beck

Michelle Dockery ... Aimee Hobbs

Vanessa Earl ... Jayne Sullivan
Teresa Banham ... Dr. June Gray
David Hounslow ... Shane Coughlin
Dean Williamson ... Kieran Roach

Jack Ryan ... Declan Roach
Colin R. Campbell ... Locksmith
Hester Evans ... Charlotte Price
Natalie Danks-Smith ... Dental Nurse
Neil May ... Conference Delegate

Barbara Flynn ... Narrator of TV documentary (uncredited)

Robert Stone ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 4: Project Aphrodite: Part 2

15 June 2007
With a second murder to investigate, the police are no further ahead. Animal rights activists had been threatening Declan Roach and there was a good deal of tension on the team. Professor Cunningham had a falling out with him when she learned that he had signed a lucrative contract with Aphrodite. As well, it is apparent that the trials of Cunningham's fountain of youth have been sabotaged by one of the participants. Andy's hopes of immigrating to Australia hit a snag.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Richard O'Callaghan ... Aidan Scarman
Amelia Bullmore ... Frances Cunningham

Chipo Chung ... Layla Jadwin

Anthony Calf ... Joe Furst

Kevin Doyle ... Adam Bolt

Jamie Harding ... Sam Wiseman

Branwell Donaghey ... Matt Hurley

John Lightbody ... Ben Sharp
Barbara Marten ... Louise Roach
Angela Clerkin ... Liz Reid / Helen Hobbs
Tracie Bennett ... Grace Beck

Michelle Dockery ... Aimee Hobbs

Vanessa Earl ... Jayne Sullivan
Teresa Banham ... Dr. June Gray
David Hounslow ... Shane Coughlan
Dean Williamson ... Kieran Roach
Bridgitta Roy ... Priya Santham

Jack Ryan ... Declan Roach
Sarah Patel ... Meeta Thalani
Natalie Danks-Smith ... Dental Nurse
Neil May ... Conference Delegate (uncredited)

Robert Stone ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 5: Under Dark Stars: Part 1

21 June 2007
When accused pedophile Michael Wheeler is acquitted of the murder of two teens, Det. Supt. Dalziel and DI Pascoe find themselves continuing to suspect him when another teen, the principal witness against him, disappears. Pascoe in particular is taking it all quite hard because he had promised the parents that justice would be done. When one of the bereaved parents kills Wheeler, Pascoe decides to cover up the crime. In what proves to be a parallel case, the police find two bodies, one of a taxi driver and the other of a teenage girl, both of whom were murdered in exactly the same way and drained of their blood.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines
Joe Savino ... Frank Mason

Derek Riddell ... Mark Croft
Sebastian Harcombe ... Michael Wheeler

Jessica Bell ... Perdy
Reece Noi ... Dean Bennett
Moya Brady ... Karen Bennett
Michael Brophy ... Martin Pearce
Kelli Hollis ... Bridget Croft
Chloe Read ... Nan Seton

Laura Bonnah ... Sandra Jennings

Oliver Jackson ... Kevin Jennings
Dean Stephens ... Gareth Bass
Clive Carter ... Peter Mayhew
Fergus O'Donnell ... Adam Norton
Dermot Canavan ... Clerk of the Court
Andrew Grubb ... Journalist (as Andy Grubb)
Philip Anthony ... Arnold Marley
Allan Gentleman ... CID officer
Chris Wilson ... Solicitor

Season 12, Episode 6: Under Dark Stars: Part 2

22 June 2007
Having disposed of Michael Wheeler's body, DI Peter Pascoe tries to cover up all traces of the crime. When a homeless man discovers the body, Dalziel has little sympathy for the dead man. As the phone calls from the killer continue, Pascoe wonders if Wheeler may have been innocent but when they manage to unscramble the calls, they realize that a young woman may also be involved. Dalziel however pieces together Pascoe's involvement in Wheeler's death.

Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Colin Buchanan ... DI Peter Pascoe

Jennifer James ... WPC Kim 'Posh' Spicer
Jemma Hines ... WPC Baines
Joe Savino ... Frank Mason

Derek Riddell ... Mark Croft
Sebastian Harcombe ... Michael Wheeler

Jessica Bell ... Perdy
Reece Noi ... Dean Bennett
Moya Brady ... Karen Bennett
Michael Brophy ... Martin Pearce
Kelli Hollis ... Bridget Croft
Chloe Read ... Nan Seton

Oliver Jackson ... Kevin Jennings
Sue Kelly ... Lynne Pearce
Clive Carter ... Peter Mayhew
Fergus O'Donnell ... Adam Norton

Peter O'Connor ... Fred (as Peter McNeil O'Connor)

Richard Sutton ... Greg Hines
Laura Lonsdale ... Jane Kimber
Bridgitta Roy ... Dr. Priya Santham
Carol Robb ... June Aubrey
Allan Gentleman ... CID officer
Chris Wilson ... Solicitor

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