It's Election Night and an arsonist is setting fire to polling stations. Ray believes they have a military background given the devices used but is reluctant to believe the culprit, identified by an eye-witness, is fireman and ex-Falklands War hero Andy Smith who saved Ray's life. Andy is taken into custody,during which another fire is started, leading Alex to believe that a triangle involving Andy,his wife and his brother is the key to the crimes.Jim tries to persuade Ray to leave Hunt's team and join him.
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Did You Know?
Alex (Keeley Hawes
) mentions Goodbye Mr. Chips, which was a novel by James Hilton
first published in 1934, about the career of a teacher at Brookfield, a boys' boarding school in England from 1870, at the time of the beginning of the Franco-Prussian war, to 1933 at the time of the rise of Hitler's National Socialist Party in Germany. It was made as a film starring Robert Donat
in 1939 (Goodbye, Mr. Chips
(1939)), a musical film starring Peter O'Toole in 1969, a BBC TV adaptation in 1984 (Goodbye Mr. Chips
(1984)), and a US TV adaptation in 2002 (Goodbye, Mr. Chips
(2002)). See more
Guv, that was the hospital about that journalist.
Is he up for answering questions?
Might be tricky. He's dead.
Excellent! What else have you got for me? Burning down orphanage? Couple of char grilled kittens? You know, if the Queen Mother self combusted on my watch I'd be blamed for that and all!
References Agatha Christie's Poirot