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When film critic Oliver Houghton's corpse is found in a sewer Sasha is reluctantly forced to work with Ned as Oliver had been a witness in the unsolved case of gay artist David Straka two ... See full summary »

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Julian Simpson

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Julian Simpson, Roy Mitchell (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Denis Lawson ... Steve McAndrew
Nicholas Lyndhurst ... Danny Griffin
Tamzin Outhwaite ... DCI Sasha Miller
Dennis Waterman ... Gerry Standing
Anthony Calf ... DAC Robert Strickland
Barnaby Kay ... DAC Ned Hancock
Nicola Stephenson ... Emily Fraser
Benjamin Whitrow ... Edward Fraser
Stephen Boswell Stephen Boswell ... Sam McFarlane
Sophie Thompson ... Ruth Shireen
Adèle Anderson Adèle Anderson ... Cecily Watkins (as Adele Anderson)
Jarred Christmas Jarred Christmas ... Keith
Robin Berry Robin Berry ... Fleet Sewer Guide
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When film critic Oliver Houghton's corpse is found in a sewer Sasha is reluctantly forced to work with Ned as Oliver had been a witness in the unsolved case of gay artist David Straka two decades earlier. Both men were drowned and Danny sees the river Fleet as a link since it featured in David's last project. David's friend Ruth Shireen tells the team that David and Oliver got involved with the occult due to the unpleasant Cyril Watkins though Cyril, now Cecily after gender realignment, explains that there was no harm intended. However a woman playing the part of a sacrificial victim in David's film about the mysteries of the Fleet accidentally died. A trip to the sewers locates her corpse and Sasha beats Ned to finding out her identity and solving both cases. Written by don @ minifie-1

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 September 2014 (UK) See more »

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[first lines]
Oliver Houghton: Hello. Hello, It's me.
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It's Alright
Written by Mike Moran
Sung by Dennis Waterman
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best episode in a while
15 September 2014 | by prosper1See all my reviews

this has been a very good series albeit somewhat unbalanced of late. This episode is one of the best. I'm sad this is the last season, yet I'm heartened to see everyone has kept the show up to a high standard. I wish the best of luck to all associated with this series, it has been a great run. If you haven't seen it you'll be surprised at the content, acting, writing and direction. It is hard to lose three major characters in a series with out missing the drama, but the cast and producers have risen to the challenge. This episode, like many, explores the London of the past. These plots come from the 40's 50's 60's 70's and 80's and provide a window to the past. Kudos all round.


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