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Dalziel & Pascoe

  • Season 4
  • 4 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

A series of mysteries, adapted from the award-winning novels of Reginald Hill, in which experienced officer Detective Superintendent Dalziel is teamed up with whizz-kid graduate Sergeant Pascoe

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Episode 3: Time to Go

Summary

Feature-length episode. A clubber is found dead from a suspected drug overdose - but the autopsy results reveal an even more disturbing truth. A preliminary investigation turns up a wealth of suspects, and brings Dalziel face to face with a ghost from his past. Detective drama, starring Warren Clarke, Colin Buchanan and Bernard Cribbins.

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Cast

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Det Supt Andy DalzielWarren Clarke
Det Insp Peter PascoeColin Buchanan
Uncle HenryBernard Cribbins
Mary WaddellHarriet Walter
Nicholas RichmondAndrew-Lee Potts
Sophie RichmondSarah-Jane Potts
Boris WaddellRuaraidh Murray
Charlie ForbesRobert Demeger
Zoe PattersonEmily Corrie
Mrs GrahamJacqueline Dutoit

Crew

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DirectorSuri Krishnamma
WriterDavid Ashton

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  • Episode 3

    Time to Go

    Summary

    Feature-length episode. A clubber is found dead from a suspected drug overdose - but the autopsy results reveal an even more disturbing truth. A preliminary investigation turns up a wealth of suspects, and brings Dalziel face to face with a ghost from his past. Detective drama, starring Warren Clarke, Colin Buchanan and Bernard Cribbins.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Det Supt Andy DalzielWarren Clarke
    Det Insp Peter PascoeColin Buchanan
    Uncle HenryBernard Cribbins
    Mary WaddellHarriet Walter
    Nicholas RichmondAndrew-Lee Potts
    Sophie RichmondSarah-Jane Potts
    Boris WaddellRuaraidh Murray
    Charlie ForbesRobert Demeger
    Zoe PattersonEmily Corrie
    Mrs GrahamJacqueline Dutoit

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorSuri Krishnamma
    WriterDavid Ashton
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