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Series 11 - Episode 4
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just loves to poke fun at its ageing coppers so, like Danny, you too may relish the moment a horrified Gerry is mistaken for a new resident at an old people’s home. They’re following up a murder report made by 79-year-old Nancy, whose police officer husband disappeared in 1956. As she has dementia, her moments of lucidity are intermittent.
But while they’re chasing tiny wisps of information about a man who “makes Dixon of Dock Green look like Tony Soprano”, Steve (Denis Lawson) comes face to face with his ex-wife Tricia (Julie Graham). He’s not seen her for ten years. Clearly he’d be happy not to see her again for another ten.
A 79-year-old woman with dementia runs away from her care home and turns up at a south London police station to report a murder - sparking a reinvestigation into the mysterious disappearance of her police officer husband in 1956. The official report says that he fell into the river after one too many beers - but what secrets was this seemingly straight-as-a die old-fashioned bobby keeping? Meanwhile, Steve's son is arrested for buying weed, bringing the retired cop face to face with his ex-wife - a woman he hasn't seen in 10 years. Tamzin Outhwaite and Denis Lawson star, with a guest appearance from Julie Graham.
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DCI Sasha Miller
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