Ashes to Ashes (2008–2010)
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Episode #1.6 

Alex thinks she's close to death and has to keep her brain alive by solving the case: a raid at a Post Office. Gene believes the culprit is Chas Cale, a blagger he crossed swords with years... See full summary »

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Ray Carling
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Chris Skelton
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Shaz Granger
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Caroline Price
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Evan White
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Sid Mitchell ...
Billy Dane
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Donny
Madhav Sharma ...
Mr Chatterjee
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Viv James
Andrew Clover ...
The Clown
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Alex thinks she's close to death and has to keep her brain alive by solving the case: a raid at a Post Office. Gene believes the culprit is Chas Cale, a blagger he crossed swords with years ago. When Chas claims he's too ill and too old, Gene reflects on whether he too is over the hill. For once, Alex needs Gene to be strong for her. She fears she can't solve the case alone and is desperate not to die in 1981. Written by Mick Ford

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13 March 2008 (UK)  »

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The song "Golden Brown" by The Stranglers is played toward the end of the episode; however, this song was not released in England until January 1982. See more »

Quotes

Luigi: What are you doing drinking by your own? Where are your men? And why is the lovely signorina up in her flat, also by her own?
DCI Gene Hunt: The lads'll be here soon, as for the lovely signorina - well she can take a swan dive from the window as far as I'm concerned.
Luigi: Ah, I see. Who will catch her?
DCI Gene Hunt: No-one hopefully.
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References Taxi Driver (1976) See more »

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Golden Brown
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Written by Hugh Cornwell, Jean-Jacques Burnel, Jet Black and Dave Greenfield
Performed by The Stranglers
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