A Confession (2019– )
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Episode 6 

Following a rude demotion, Fulcher exiles himself in a Middle East teaching position. A new team of legals re-examine the PACE laws and bring him back for justice.

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Steve Fulcher (based on the book: "Catching a Serial Killer" by) (as Stephen Fulcher), Jeff Pope (screenplay)
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Daniel Betts ... CC Mike Veale
Martin Freeman ... Stephen Fulcher
Kate Ashfield ... Yvonne Fulcher
Faye McKeever ... Deborah Peach
Imelda Staunton ... Karen Edwards
Peter Wight ... Charlie Edwards
Keir Charles ... Robert Buckland MP
Charlie Cooper ... Kevin Reape
Siobhan Finneran ... Elaine Pickford
Owain Arthur ... Det. Supt. Sean Memory
Jonathan Aris ... Ian Harris
Florence Howard ... Sian O'Callaghan
Rachel Shenton ... Emma
Maimie McCoy ... DC Tracy Joyce
Joe Absolom ... Christopher Halliwell
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Following a rude demotion, Fulcher exiles himself in a Middle East teaching position. A new team of legals re-examine the PACE laws and bring him back for justice.

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Episode 6
10 December 2019 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

The final episode revolved around the second trial of Christopher Halliwell.

The prosecution thinks that as Halliwell denies ever knowing Becky Godden, his confession to Fulcher comes into play.

It mean Fulcher who is giving police training in Libya has to come back to help his old colleagues by giving evidence in trial.

The episode also deals with the aftermath of the first trial as the families of Halliwell's victims try to move on.

I understand John Godden is furious with ITV for portraying as an oaf in this drama. It is difficult to have any sympathy with the character portrayed on the screen.

I would had also liked to more know why Halliwell got rid of his legal team and represented himself at the trial. It seems to be an action of a man who knew the game was up.

As a drama the final episode rounded the series of well. I felt the fifth episode felt superfluous and lacked dramatic impact. Maybe it could had been combined with this one.


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