Detective Superintendent Tennison made an error in judgment which ends up costing a young boy his life. She has to now figure out what is going on to help solve the mess.

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Phil Davis (as Philip Davis)

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Guy Andrews
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Episode credited cast:
Helen Mirren ... Jane Tennison
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Audenshaw Tony Audenshaw ... DC Growse (as Antony Audenshaw)
Romy Baskerville Romy Baskerville ... Dr. Littlefield
Chris Bisson ... Nazir
John Brobbey John Brobbey ... DC Henry Adeliyeka
Ray Emmet Brown ... Michael Johns
Fiona Bruce Fiona Bruce ... Crimenight Director
Gordon Burns Gordon Burns ... Gould
Andy Devine Andy Devine ... Gravefaced Reporter
Glyn Dilley ... Soco Officer
Adam Evans Adam Evans ... Photographer
Ravin J. Ganatra Ravin J. Ganatra ... Mooz
Anne Hornby Anne Hornby ... DC Skinner
Joe Jacobs Joe Jacobs ... Campbell Lafferty (as Joseph Jacobs)
John Jardine John Jardine ... Communications Officer
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Detective Superintendent Tennison made an error in judgment which ends up costing a young boy his life. She has to now figure out what is going on to help solve the mess.

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20 October 1996 (UK) See more »

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Errors of Judgement, Part 2 See more »

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Things Only Get Worse
28 October 2015 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

The "Street" somehow continues to be unscathed by charges against him. There can be only one possibility. There are leaks in the department; the bad guys are getting word of activities soon after decisions are made. One young man has been threatened into committing murder. Anyone who was in the periphery finds themselves in grave danger. Jane makes some serious miscalculations along the way (as she always does), and her alienation of some of her colleagues doesn't help. The thing that really makes this episode work is the actor that plays "The Street." I have to admit that at times there are events which make for some hesitancy. The conclusion is awfully hard to swallow, but it is still entertaining and plays into our sense of justice.


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