Murder in Mind: Season 3, Episode 4

Suicide (22 Feb. 2003)

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Jill Craig is about to take the most extreme form of revenge on Scott Martin,whose bullying years earlier caused the death of her son. Jill befriends Scott and takes him on to do odd jobs ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Rachel Bell ...
Eleanor Bailey
James Allen ...
PC Maple
DC Chris Hewson
Kerry Godliman ...
DC Rhys
Nick Reding ...
Scott Martin
Kaleem Janjua ...
Naresh Patel
John Bowe ...
Graham Brody
Suzanne Sinclair ...
Sue Brody
Jill Craig
Jonathan Timmins ...
Andrew Brody
Eddie Brindle ...
Young Scott Martin
Bill Coleman ...
School Kid


Jill Craig is about to take the most extreme form of revenge on Scott Martin,whose bullying years earlier caused the death of her son. Jill befriends Scott and takes him on to do odd jobs for her. She shows him her jewellery,getting his finger-prints all over it so that it will look las if a burglary took place. Then she commits suicide, leaving him to take the rap for her supposed murder. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Bullies Never Change!!
23 February 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

In 1975 a young boy, Andrew, is mercilessly bullied by an older boy at the local comprehensive. His mother is a career woman so his father handles everything, including complaining to the principal about his son's treatment. Unfortunately this only intensifies the bullying until Andrew takes his own life.

What has all this got to do with a local handyman being charged with the murder of an elderly woman - everything!!!! This is a biting, witty mystery - the sort you only seem to find in books. Diana Rigg gives a brilliant performance as Jill Craig, a woman where every action has a meaning. Although she doesn't appear until half way through the episode, her narration is brimming over with spiteful wit as only Miss Rigg can do.

"A whinging, self pitying sponger with a chip on his shoulder, if I wasn't depressed before, I was after half an hour in his company" - that's how Miss Craig describes handyman (Nick Reding, who I remembered instantly as being a "bad copper" from early episodes of "The Bill"). She has a deadly reason for hiring this layabout to do some odd job chores around the house (some she even has to invent) and also for befriending a busy body neighbour who doesn't miss a trick. Even at the very end Miss Craig manages to have the last laugh.

This episode sent me to my pile of DVDs to search for "The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries" starring Diana Rigg as the irrepressible, witty Mrs. Bradley, fictional solver of complex crimes during the roaring twenties. I'd forgotten how scintillating Miss Rigg could be!!

Highly Recommended.

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