A team of scientists are thrust into a potentially life-or-death situation in this thriller, which begins with the group being deployed to the Arctic to secretly investigate what could be a disease outbreak.
An eighteen-year-old struggling to integrate into a hearing world following cochlear implantation witnesses the murder of a police officer. The subsequent investigation unravels a net of police corruption.
Dr. Douglas Monaghan heads a small staff at a Glasgow, Scotland university that studies and performs experiments concerning paranormal activities and abilities. His staff includes a woman who has some psychic gifts herself, as well as a skeptic who always looks askance at what happens during their investigations. Written by
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All the stories in Seasons 1, 2 and 4 were two hours long, shown as two one-hour episodes on consecutive days of successive weeks. Those in Season 3 were one hour long, one episode per story. See more »
I have seen the first part of the series on DVD which I found absolutely brilliant. The two supporting actors are different in the first series than on the other two. from the photographs I have seen of the actors of the second and third series, I find the first couple more attractive. I was amazed by the series which captivated me. Are the events narrated related to any real life events deposed on a police department or court?Arthur Koestler has written a book on the paranormal, The Roots of Coincidence, so I believe that such phoenomena have found academic attention.The other thing I found amazing is that evil scores many points on those series. They are full of subtleties and moral ambiguities.The series reveals the potential for evil contained in the average person. It is a masterpiece of BBC. I also admired antithesis and balance between the male scientific skeptic and the female spiritualistically oriented student
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