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Not a Matter of Life and Death 

DCI Lewis and her team are on the scene quickly when a 19 year-old lad is stabbed just outside their local. The young man, Dwayne Kent, was out celebrating his birthday with his brother and... See full summary »

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Ian Kelsey ...
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Nicholas Murchie ...
Rhea Bailey ...
Lisa Goodall
Saskia Wickham ...
Louise Hogg
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Adele
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Chris Milligan
Nimmy March ...
Eileen Kent
Kenny Thompson ...
Lee Kent
Luke Bailey ...
Caleb Kent
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Colin Kent
Davinia Anderson ...
Debbie
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Kelly Lang
Ben McKay ...
Tommy Hanley
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DCI Lewis and her team are on the scene quickly when a 19 year-old lad is stabbed just outside their local. The young man, Dwayne Kent, was out celebrating his birthday with his brother and others. He was an up and coming footballer that the papers referred to as the Golden Boy. He was found by his brother Lee just a few minutes after Dwayne had a run-in with three other young men who chased after him. It doesn't appear however that they were responsible. Dwayne was clearly living well beyond his means and seemed to own his own flat, which is news to his parents. False assumptions and mixed identities are key to solving the crime. Written by garykmcd

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Blue Manchester United in all its Beauty
23 June 2008 | by (Olliergues, France) – See all my reviews

This episode is trying to enter the world of football addicts, of Blue Manchester United of course, the professional players, the contracts, the fans and of course those, young or old, men or women, who are fluttering or flattering around the so-called, self-called and supposed stars that don't always shine, nor even twinkle. One player is assassinated in the middle of the street one night and the witnesses are very reluctant to say what they have seen. And little by little the coppers find out that with those stars a name is enough for the fans who believe anything provided the right name is put on the pleasant face, even when the face is not that pleasant, or when the unpleasant thing is not the face. This drama entirely revolves around this simple fact that all is fake, all is illusion, especially success and stardom. The assistant of the boss is rather nervous because he has some kind of a tumor somewhere and is expecting the bad news any time during the show.

Dr Jacques COULARDEAU, University Paris Dauphine, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne & University Versailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines


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