Inspector John River sees what he explains to psychologist Rosa Fallows as being 'manifestations', dead people with whom he can converse, notably his colleague Stevie, shot whilst on duty, but also Thomas Cream, a Victorian poisoner and Erin, a young girl whose boyfriend Aten was accused of her murder but whom River is able to help. At a press conference regarding Stevie's murder, River's odd behaviour alarms his superiors DCI Chrissie Read and Marcus McDonald when he sees another 'manifestation', a young robber whom he pursued to his death and who possibly killed Stevie.
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A recurrent song throughout this episode is "I Love To Love (But My Baby Loves To Dance)," by British disco artist Tina Charles
(circa 1976). See more
Even if you were just colleagues, there was love...
Love. I've been trying to remember what that feels like - to be in love. It's been a while. For whatever reason, it has passed me by. The closet I got felt like food poisoning.
In books and films and plays it's always so compelling, so complex. There should be more than one word for love. I've seen love that kills, and I've seen love the redeems. I've seen love that believes in the guilty, and love that saves the bereaved. What...
I Love to Love (But My Baby Loves to Dance)
Written by James Bolden
and Jack Robinson
Performed by Tina Charles See more