With the recent release of Cabinet papers under the 30-year rule, Jack pushes to reopen the investigation into the death of Joe Walsh, a left-wing union leader. His body was fished out of the Thames in the mid 1970s and his death put down to suicide, but it was clear that the Cabinet wanted his antics stopped, and Jack wonders if someone might have taken those wishes a little too seriously. There were rumors that Walsh had fiddled the union books, and several of his contemporaries are convinced he was disposed of by MI5. Meanwhile, Brian decides to stop taking his medication, with expected results.
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The stars of Shine on Harvey Moon Kenneth Cranham and Maggie Steed are reunited in this episode although they don't appear together. See more
Taken correctly, combined with proper diet, these medicines can control the flow of energy and help you balance the workings of the mind.
Yeah. Yeah, that's definitely what I'm after; the holistic approach. Western medicine's treating me like a machine, a system. Instead of a whole, living, breathing person,
But, um, if you are taking prescription drugs, I'd recommend you consult your doctor before changing your regime.
[with fingers crossed behind his back
Why, of course, of ...
In the closing credits, the name of the character played by Susan Jameson
was spelled Ester Lane instead of Esther Lane. See more
Written by Mike Moran
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