Dr. Eve Lockhart and her three assistants Rosie, Mike and Oggy are forensic scientists at the 'body farm'. They are called in by inspector Hale when the remains of two youths are found in a... See full summary »

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Dr. Eve Lockhart and her three assistants Rosie, Mike and Oggy are forensic scientists at the 'body farm'. They are called in by inspector Hale when the remains of two youths are found in a derelict tower block. It is initially assumed that they were bombers who blew themselves up but Eve believes they were murdered prior to the explosion. DNA links them to Jojo Collins,a pregnant girl who attempted suicide and is now in a coma. Jojo's father,an ex-soldier,admits to killing the boys because they raped her but Eve believes he is sheltering somebody else. Forensics and detection will work out just who. Written by don @ minifie-1

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OK but not in the same class as 'Waking the Dead'
14 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having enjoyed 'Waking The Dead' I was keen to watch this spin off series featuring Tara Fitzgerald as forensic pathologist Dr. Eve Lockhart. Rather than dealing with old cases she is now helping the police to investigate current cases; in this episode she is called in when the walls of a flat are discovered to be literally covered with human remains. She and her team soon establish that two male victims were killed in an explosion; what caused it and why form the basis of the plot.

It is hard to judge a series on a single episode but so far it is rather average; I liked Tara Fitzgerald in the lead roll and Keith Allen was good as the police officer leading the case… however the rest of the team seemed far too cliché. The episode was also far too reliant of flashbacks to show us what happened every time something new was discovered; I think it would have been better if we were just told. The solution was also rather far fetched as we were expected to believe that somebody had just explained to the killer how to make a bomb without thinking how that knowledge might be used. I expect I'll continue to watch the series but I won't worry too much if I miss an episode.


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