With a history of depression, a bloodstream full of booze, and a high-pressure job in medical research, Henry Winton seems like an open-and-shut suicide case after his body turns up in the ... See full summary »

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With a history of depression, a bloodstream full of booze, and a high-pressure job in medical research, Henry Winton seems like an open-and-shut suicide case after his body turns up in the canal. But the more Davies looks at SwanMed, the less he likes--particularly when Winton's pretty young coworker goes missing. Written by Anonymous

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Detective Constable 'Dangerous' Davies: So, are you sure?
Pathologist: Sure?
Detective Constable 'Dangerous' Davies: Sure he's dead?
Pathologist: [Sarcastically] Well, I do have his brain in a jar here, so I presume he's dead or he could be a detective constable working in North London.
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DC Davies toughens up
15 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Really good to see DC Davies (Peter Davison, who was excellent in A Very Peculiar Practice) toughen up when he was the victim of an awful practical joke at the hospital, set up by his cop colleagues. He also toughens up when he wants to take his St Bernard for a walk, with his wife Julie Davies (Emma Amos) reluctant to allow this.

Whilst there's murderous activity in medical research in this episode, we see lovely Cardiff countryside, in contrast with the gritty London streets and the drab police office. No-one speaks Welsh in this episode, so no subtitles are required for those who aren't conversant in Welsh.


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