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"MI-5" Episode #10.3 (2011)"Spooks" Episode #10.3 (original title)

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Director:
Writers:
Sean Cook (written by) and
David Wolstencroft (creator)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
2 October 2011 (Season 10, Episode 3)
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Plot:
Dimitri takes part in a Honey trap operation when known anarchist, Johnny Grier enters the country.... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Julian Holmes 
 
Writing credits
Sean Cook (written by)

Jonathan Brackley 
Sam Vincent 
David Wolstencroft  creator

Produced by
Cahal Bannon .... line producer
Howard Burch .... executive producer
Simon Crawford Collins .... executive producer
Jane Featherstone .... executive producer
Chris Fry .... producer
Claire Parker .... development producer
 
Original Music by
Paul Leonard-Morgan 
 
Cinematography by
Balazs Bolygo 
 
Film Editing by
Jamie Trevill 
 
Casting by
Suzanne Crowley 
Gilly Poole 
 
Production Design by
Matt Gant 
 
Art Direction by
Karl Probert 
 
Costume Design by
Iain Macaulay 
 
Makeup Department
Sallie Adams .... hair designer
Sallie Adams .... makeup designer
Claire Buckett .... makeup artist (as Clare Buckett)
Nora Robertson .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Bea Arnold .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Alder .... first assistant director: second unit
Matt Alder .... second assistant director
Sophie Dear .... runner: assistant director
Mike O'Regan .... first assistant director
Ben Rogers .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Liam Collins .... stand-by prophand
Max De Nett .... standby props
Mark Doman .... computer video designer
Paul Emerson .... property master
Sarah Frere .... production buyer
Bradley Godwin .... dressing props
Laurie Griffiths .... standby carpenter
Sara Hayward .... standby art director
Steve 'Moose' Smith .... dressing props (as Steve Moose Smith)
Robert Treen .... art depertment assistant
 
Sound Department
Stuart Bagshaw .... foley editor
Darren Banks .... sound effects editor
Robert Edwards .... adr mixer
Nigel Heath .... dubbing mixer
Martin Ireland .... boom operator
Laura Lovejoy .... dialogue editor
Brian Milliken .... production sound mixer
Jackson Milliken .... sound assistant
Keith Partridge .... foley engineer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
James Chesterton .... clapper loader
Jenny John Chuan .... second assistant camera: pick-up shots
Dick Conway .... electrician
Alex Coverley .... key grip
Anthony Cupples .... electrician
George Grieve .... camera operator: "a" camera
Stuart King .... gaffer
Carl McGillivray .... electrician
Jon Mitchell .... first assistant camera (segments)
Angus Muir .... still photographer
Peter Olney .... grip trainee
Sam Rawlings .... camera operator: "b" camera
Sam Rawlings .... focus puller
Luke Redgrave .... camera operator
Russell Tann .... best boy
Alex Teale .... camera trainee
Jess Wray .... camera trainee
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Margie Fortune .... assistant costume designer
Steve O'Sullivan .... wardrobe supervisor
Laura Sutton .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Dan Crinnion .... assistant editor
Scott Hinchcliffe .... on-line editor
Kevin Horsewood .... colorist
Simona Harrison .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Jennie Muskett .... composer: title music
 
Transportation Department
Mark Beeton .... unit driver (uncredited)
Julian Chapman .... personal driver: Peter Firth (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Elizabeth Allman .... post production secretary
Alison Barnett .... head of production
Emma Collinson .... location assistant
Sophie Dear .... floor runner
Sam Donovan .... script supervisor
Emma Downes .... production coordinator
Erin Duffy .... production secretary
Craig Felix-Narcisse .... production runner
Rebecca Ferguson .... story editor
Alex Gill .... picture publicist
Sara Harrak .... production runner
Amy Hoggart .... production secretary
James Metcalf .... floor runner
Chrissy Murray .... assistant accountant (as Christine Murray)
Dan Osborne .... armourer
Jamie Parsons .... assistant location manager
Kelly Phillips .... production accountant
Patrick Stuart .... location manager
Esteban Frost .... additional floor runner (uncredited)
Joe Martin .... publicity designer (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Wolstencroft  creator

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Cain .... second assistant director: second unit
Fraser Fennell-Ball .... assistant director
Jessica Hurles-Laws .... assistant director: second unit (as Jessica Hurles)
Iain Lawrence .... additional third assistant director
Radford Neville .... first assistant director
Jules Powell .... second assistant director: second unit
Lucy Thomas .... additional third assistant director
 
Art Department
Jonnie Elf .... stand-by art director
 
Sound Department
Colin Cooper .... adr recordist
Rikki Hanson .... sound assistant (2003-2004)
Jonathan Rimas .... adr mixer
 
Special Effects by
Luke Marcel .... special effects technician
Scott Peters .... special effects technician
Nick P. Phillips .... special effects technician
Ed Smith .... special effects supervisor
Rob Tucker .... special effects
 
Stunts
Levan Doran .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jacob Barrie .... daily second assistant camera (season 3)
Camilla Drennan .... camera trainee
Russell Ferguson .... assistant camera
Alan Stewart .... additional cinematographer: second unit
Tom Unwin .... grip trainee (2007)
Peter Versey .... camera operator: second unit
 
Music Department
Pieter A. Schlosser .... composer: additional music
 
Other crew
Mark Barry-Jackson .... aerial helicopter pilot
Stan Fus .... location manager
Harriet Worth .... floor runner
 

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Spooks: (#10.3)" - UK (original title)

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
A moral dilemma for Dimitri, 8 October 2011
Author: Tweekums from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Surprisingly the main story of the series takes a back seat this episode despite the fact that Tariq died because of something he had found. The reason for this is that radiation was detected on a baggage trolley at a London airport and a known anarchist terrorist was on that flight. The only way to get near him is to get to know the one person he appears to care about: his sister. Dimitri is tasked with getting close to her via the internet dating site she frequents although he feels awkward seducing an apparently innocent woman; however with the chance that a dirty bomb could be detonated in London he has little choice. He soon meets her brother and sets about trying to find out what he is up to.

This was another gripping episode even though there weren't loads of explosions, gunfights or chases; in fact the most violent moment was a brief pub brawl! The episode was gripping because the viewer never knew if Dimitri's cover was about to be blown. The way he had to get close to his target's sister also provided some believable moral dilemmas and good character development. Away from the dirty bomb story the Home Secretary is trying to poach Ruth for his department and Harry is still trying to find out who has being impersonating him; while these events weren't the most exciting they did keep the main story of the series going and gave the episode a good conclusion.

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