The Game (2014–2015)
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Episode Six 

The team is reeling from a KGB bombing and the mole's confession, but with Operation Glass hurtling towards a shocking climax, MI5 is running out of time to piece the puzzle together and ... See full summary »

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Daniel O'Hara

Writers:

Toby Whithouse, Toby Whithouse (created by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Hughes ... Joe Lambe
Brian Cox ... Daddy
Paul Ritter ... Bobby Waterhouse
Victoria Hamilton ... Sarah Montag
Jonathan Aris ... Alan Montag
Shaun Dooley ... DC Jim Fenchurch
Chloe Pirrie ... Wendy Straw
Zana Marjanovic ... Yulia
Yevgeni Sitokhin Yevgeni Sitokhin ... Odin (as Jevgenij Sitochin)
Tim Bentinck ... Home Secretary
Jay Simpson ... Colin Blakefield
Richard McCabe Richard McCabe ... Prime Minister
Liz Sutherland Liz Sutherland ... Chinese Restaurant Owner
Mihai Arsene ... Night Club Man
Julia Krynke ... Embassy Woman
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The team is reeling from a KGB bombing and the mole's confession, but with Operation Glass hurtling towards a shocking climax, MI5 is running out of time to piece the puzzle together and avert disaster. Bobby and Wendy make a crucial discovery which could have implications at the highest levels of government.

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TV-14
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Release Date:

10 December 2014 (USA) See more »

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BBC Drama Productions See more »
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Another Day
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written by Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney
performed by Paul McCartney
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A story to consider when looking at 2018 with one major...
5 September 2018 | by rusovietSee all my reviews

.....difference. The reds were and are always playing for keeps as was depicted quite succinctly by this six part series. The acting is top of the game from all with not too much 'personal' drama save the protagonist involvement that pops in from beginning to end with a 'foreign' partner.

Isaiah 5:20 20Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.

I leave it to the viewer to enjoy the trapdoors and sliding partitions that are embedded throughout and instead consider where the western world finds itself in 2018. A world where only 'correct' ideas are permitted....no sarcasm about anyone's ethnicity no matter how egregious the 'behaviour' is. Nor is any objection towards sexual behaviour that will lead to collapsed world view of decorum to that of a violent sadism deemed 'all right'. Genders are now subject to the idiocy of being multiple - never you mind the actual genitalia with which was is borne with - agendas matter not facts. Past is of no relevance only the goal of the 'transformed' state matters. This where we find ourselves in2018 and unlike the plot of a Soviet 'coup' we have a seizure of insanity controlled by those who have worked so diligently for the past five decades to bring it to fruition - Grant Park-IL to 'Burning Man' -


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