An all-female detective outfit, the "Eyes Enquiry Agency", is formed as a front for the Home Office's new security operation the Covert Activities Thames Section (or CATS for short). ...
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The eighteenth century, swashbuckling adventures of Britain's legendary highwayman. When he returned from military service in Flanders, Dick Turpin discovered he had been cheated out of his... See full summary »
An all-female detective outfit, the "Eyes Enquiry Agency", is formed as a front for the Home Office's new security operation the Covert Activities Thames Section (or CATS for short). Initially led by ex-Oxford Union President Pru Standfast, she was followed by experienced ex-cop Maggie Forbes (who later led the section), computer genius Frederica "Fred" Smith and later Tessa Robinson. Their contact with the Ministry was Nigel Beaumont. The team dealt with a variety of crime from theft to blackmail, to espionage & terrorism. Written by
This was in a similar vein to series such as The Professionals, and
& Makepeace, and even had the same writer. Featuring action packed
episodes, full of espionage and counter intelligence, it was Girl Power
before Mel B existed. In this series the girls were able to grab a slice
the action from the boys. One little twist, is that it resurrected a
character (Maggie Forbes) from a long forgotten Police series called The
Gentle Touch. The three main babes played by Rosalyn Landor, Jill
and a thin lipped Leslie Ash even had a Cowley/Spikings type boss to
to: Dourly played by Rising Damp's Don Warrington.
Unfortunately, after the promise of the first series, it dragged on a bit
too much. And the babes were replaced more times than Charlie's
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