BILL-BAITING FRIDAY night coppering, focusing on seven wet-behind-the-ears trainee detectives
BIG BUDGET LOW KEY play-along-at-home TV whodunnerin, parachuted into Saturday night primetime and promptly chuted further and further back in the schedule...
EVER-RELIABLE COURTROOM sparring from JOHN MORTIMER
PYRO PUDDLE-SPLASHING, cardboard box-barging, "cover me!"-shouting, gun-held-with-both-hands, barrel-up-nose-having adventures
THIS IS more like it.
ONE OF YOUR MORE credible off-school-with-the-Lucozade viewing options.
TOUGH-NOSED, HARD-PERMED, tight-trousered cop shop series which graduated from studio-bound videotaped vaudeville to all-on-film out-and-out shouting.
DOUBLE-SURNAMED SHAW TAYLOR takes personal responsibility for eliminating crime from these shores by way of five-minute despatches from pretend office.
JACK WARNER singlehandedly rids England of all known criminals.
BENT COPPERCOM which lingered for a while at the turn of the decade in spite of iffy plots, endless strikes and equally...
THE RETURN of the inhaler-wielding, glove-toting, Shakespeare-spouting fop DCI George Bulman, still played by DON HENDERSON.
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