January 2014 Archives
The team reinvestigates the death of a wealthy financier when a psychic tells the dead man's daughter that she needs to resolve some unfinished business on her father's behalf.
David Calder Perfume, Christopher Fulford Scoop, David Snow, Tom Eldridge and Julia Eldridge appear.
UCOS re-investigates a high-profile riverboat disaster on the Thames after a new witness comes forward claiming the collision was the result of sabotage, rather than an accident.
To celebrate Gerry's birthday, Emily takes her reluctant 'father' and the team to a comedy club. However, one of the acts causes trouble - racist, sexist and homophobic comedian Ray Harris is not everyone's idea of humor.
When former escort girl Alice Hill finds God and decides to confess her sins, the UCOS detectives find themselves reinvestigating the death of Dean Scott, a well-known time-share magnate.
The squad reopens the investigation into producer Max Stone's death and Eva's subsequent disappearance.
When Gerry Standing notices a man behaving suspiciously at a children's playground, he is quick to act and have him arrested.
Conspiracy theories and government cover-ups face the UCOS team when the detectives reopen a case involving the suspected suicide of respected journalist Peter Edelmann.
The Unsolved Crime And Open Case Squad (UCOS) faces a difficult professional and personal dilemma when Brian Lane is forced into rehab (a rehabilitation clinic) to treat his alcoholism and stumbles on a case involving the death of a heroin addict. Following the dramatic climax to series five, Brian is drinking in the last chance saloon as far as his wife, Esther, is concerned. She books him into the Trinity Clinic, an addiction centre run by monks and, blaming UCOS for his decline, she appeals to Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman for the team to leave him alone to recover. Distrustful of the clinic's methods and dangerously under-occupied, Brian is looking for any kind of distraction. He finds it when a chance remark by Father Bernard about an incident at the clinic nine years ago sets his detective's antennae twitching. Drug addict Robert Smith died in a suspected fall 12 days after arriving at Trinity in 2000. His neck was broken and, despite the clinic's strict ban on substance substitutes, there was
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