Death in Paradise (2011– )
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Pirates of the Murder Scene 

The team have to investigate the case of a man found dead in a boat. Inspector Mooney's daughter returns to the island to visit her father and he has to make an important decision regarding his future.

Director:

Paulette Randall

Writers:

Robert Thorogood (created by), Will Fisher
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Episode complete credited cast:
Ardal O'Hanlon ... DI Jack Mooney
David Webber ... Pastor Demon Williams
Javone Prince Javone Prince ... Clarence Delport
Lorraine Burroughs ... Shonelle Delport
Michael Obiora ... Christopher Williams
Clare-Hope Ashitey ... Alesha Williams (as Clare Hope-Ashitey)
Tobi Bakare ... Officer J.P. Hooper
Aude Legastelois Aude Legastelois ... DS Madeleine Dumas (as Aude Legastelois-Bidé)
Shyko Amos ... Officer Ruby Patterson
Elizabeth Bourgine ... Catherine Bordey
Nina Wadia ... Anna Masani
Grace Stone Grace Stone ... Siobhan Mooney
Don Warrington ... Commissioner Selwyn Patterson
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Storyline

Christopher Williams is the main suspect for the murder of Clarence Delport, son of a local Pastor Demon Williams, who is found in a dinghy miles at sea but fell to his death from great height. DI Jack Mooney is distracted by the arrival of his daughter Siobhan, who gets along great with his prospective fiancée Anna Masani who plans a Caribbean tour, and considers leaving the island with either or both. Still he cracks the case after digging up family secrets and locating the fall to a lighthouse. Written by KGF Vissers

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It wouldn't be necessary for the Commissioner to "call in a favour" with the newspaper to place a photo of the boat. Local papers are always looking for items for publication, and would be happy to place an article and/or photograph for the police. See more »

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Featured in Jeremy Vine: Episode #3.42 (2020) See more »

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Für Elise
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Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
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Farewell Ardal.
31 January 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

A man goes missing, his body is later discovered floating in the sea, Jack investigates, but his mind is focussed elsewhere, on home.

I'm not sure if it's in any way linked to his leaving, but Ardal has been awesome in this series, and particularly in this, his final episode. I've always been a fan of his time, but recently there has been a conviction and presence about him. I'm glad he didn't have an identical send off to Humphrey. Thanks Ardal, it's been great.

The story was excellent, they have definitely taken the slapstick out of the show, this was a serious story, with a pretty dark theme and emotional conclusion.

Best scene was the chat between Jack and The Commissioner, a fantastic scene, with both men on top form.

As before, it's all change, it was quite funny that Ralf Little was hidden in the trailer, then a minute later the BBC showed Little in all his glory.

Brilliant. 9/10


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2020 (UK) See more »

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