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New Tricks

  • Season 1
  • 7 episodes
  • Drama

Summary

Drama following the antics of an eccentric group of ex-police officers brought out of retirement to reinvestigate unsolved crimes.

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Episode 2: ID Parade

Summary

Sandra Pullman and the team re-open the 17-year-old case of a murdered policewoman when it is revealed that a gun discovered in a diving operation was used to kill her. The team suspects a stalker, seen in the area at the time, is responsible for the killing, but when DNA evidence reveals that the same gun was also used in an armed robbery six months previously, a web of lies involving a faked robbery and a gang of money-laundering thieves is exposed. Amanda Redman stars.

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Cast

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Brian LaneAlun Armstrong
Sandra PullmanAmanda Redman
Gerry StandingDennis Waterman
Jack HalfordJames Bolam
PC ClarkChike Okonkwo
Donald BevanNicholas Day
Esther LaneSusan Jameson

Crew

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DirectorPaul Seed
WriterRoy Mitchell
WriterSimon Block

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  • Episode 2

    ID Parade

    Summary

    Sandra Pullman and the team re-open the 17-year-old case of a murdered policewoman when it is revealed that a gun discovered in a diving operation was used to kill her. The team suspects a stalker, seen in the area at the time, is responsible for the killing, but when DNA evidence reveals that the same gun was also used in an armed robbery six months previously, a web of lies involving a faked robbery and a gang of money-laundering thieves is exposed. Amanda Redman stars.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Brian LaneAlun Armstrong
    Sandra PullmanAmanda Redman
    Gerry StandingDennis Waterman
    Jack HalfordJames Bolam
    PC ClarkChike Okonkwo
    Donald BevanNicholas Day
    Esther LaneSusan Jameson

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorPaul Seed
    WriterRoy Mitchell
    WriterSimon Block

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