Rockliffe's Babies (1987– )

The One That Got Away 

Before Rockliffe and his team can start to look for three villains on the run, they must find out who they are. It's a challenge which exercises all their ingenuity- and certain members of ... See full summary »

Director:

Leonard Lewis

Writer:

Richard O'Keefe (as Richard O'Keeffe)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian Hogg ... Sergeant Alan Rockliffe
Frank Windsor ... Commander Wills
John Woodvine ... Det. Chief Superintendent Gardner
Bernard Gallagher Bernard Gallagher ... Chief Superintendent Hodgkiss
Malcolm Terris ... Detective Superintendent J Munro
Edward Wilson ... Detective Inspector Charles Flight
John Blakey ... PC Keith Chitty
Alphonsia Emmanuel Alphonsia Emmanuel ... WPC Janice Hargreaves
Joe McGann ... PC Gerry O'Dowd
Bill Champion Bill Champion ... PC David Adams
Martyn Ellis ... PC Paul Georgiou
Brett Fancy ... PC Steve Hood
Susanna Shelling Susanna Shelling ... WPC Karen Walsh
John Bleasdale John Bleasdale ... Sergeant Oates - Custody Sergeant
Philip Wright ... PC Mark
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Storyline

Before Rockliffe and his team can start to look for three villains on the run, they must find out who they are. It's a challenge which exercises all their ingenuity- and certain members of the team have other things on their minds; three of them have selection boards for the Detective Training School. Written by ADRIAN DEW

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

18 March 1988 (UK) See more »

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In a possible in-joke, two of the CID board are played by actors well known for playing senior policemen. The chair is Frank Windsor, well known as Detective Chief Superintendent John Watt in Z Cars (1962) and many spin-offs. Another member is John Woodvine, who was Chief Supt. John Kingdom in New Scotland Yard (1972). See more »

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