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1 - Déjà Vu

Original title : Déjà Vu
First Aired : 07.02.2008 (UK)
Director : Jonny Campbell
Writing credits : Matthew Graham
Cast : Darren Machin (Jimmy), Max Dowler (Police Sergeant), Ronnie Le Drew (Zippy), Mark Mander (George), Roy Skelton (Rainbow Voices), Adam James (Edward Markham), Sean Harris (Arthur Layton), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Lucy Cole (Young Alex), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White)

The Story : DI Alex Drake is taken hostage and shot, and wakes up in a brothel... in 1981. Rescued in a police raid, she quickly recognises DCI Gene Hunt and his team from detailed reports made by DCI Sam Tyler about his own trip to 1973.Gene is determined to address London's growing drugs problem, and has targeted city playboy Edward Markham as the brains behind the operation. Alex suspects Arthur Layton, the man who kidnapped her in 2008. Could Layton be the key to her return to her own time?

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2 - The Happy Day

Original title : The Happy Day
First Aired : 14.02.2008 (UK)
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Cast : Steve Strange (Himself), Sandrine Gouriou (Herself), Amelda Brown (Elaine Bonds), Christopher Fairbank (David Bonds), Perdita Avery (Fiona), Nik Howden (Scared Youth), Sophie Franklin (Clown Woman), Stephen Wight (George Bonds), Nicky Lilley (Lady Diana Spencer), Rupert Graves (Danny Moore), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Lucy Cole (Young Alex), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price)

The Story : DCI Hunt is determined to keep a lid on protests against the London Docklands development. When a suspected member of the London Liberation Front is arrested, Alex asks her mother, a lawyer, to defend him. Meanwhile, Prince Charles is marrying Lady Diana Spencer and the in-crowd is partying at the Blitz Club.

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3 - Nothing Changes

Original title : Nothing Changes
First Aired : 21.02.2008 (UK)
Director : Bille Eltringham
Writing credits : Julie Rutterford
Cast : Nicole Charles (Nina Akaboa), Simon Molloy (Roseberry-Sykes), Callum Dixon (Gnome Thief), Lorna Gayle (Mrs Parkes), Oliver Coleman (City Boy), Leanne Lakey (Street Girl 1), Tracey Wiles (Street Girl 2), Claire Rushbrook (Trixie Walsh), Leo Bill (Ryan Burns), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Geff Francis (Viv James), Joseph Long (Luigi)

The Story : Fresh from a successful drugs bust, Gene and the team investigate a prostitute's rape allegation. A dangerous serial attacker may be at large, but the case is hampered by an unreliable witness and the suspect's connections.

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4 - The Missing Link

Original title : The Missing Link
First Aired : 28.02.2008 (UK)
Director : Catherine Morshead
Writing credits : Mark Greig
Cast : Paul Thornley (Ian Kay), Michael Hadley (Harvey Dunn), Lucy Briers (Patty), Sarah Kants (Erin), Simon Kassianides (Mortuary Assistant), Lydia Leonard (Sara Templeton), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Lucy Cole (Young Alex), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : CID investigate a murder, and discover a plot to sell stolen nuclear secrets to the Revolutionary Workers Front. When Gene and Alex get trapped in a secret Government facility at Edgehampton, the temperature rises.

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5 - The Smoking Gun

Original title : The Smoking Gun
First Aired : 06.03.2008 (UK)
Director : Bille Eltringham
Writing credits : Mark Greig
Cast : Dan Fredenburgh (Simon Neary), Jay Simpson (Reeks), Pamela Merrick (Marcus' Mum), Russell Tovey (Marcus Johnstone), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake)

The Story : Gene and Alex discover that a notorious pimp and drug dealer has a major firearms deal in the pipeline. In an attempt to locate him, the team go undercover in a gay club, and Ray goes beyond the call of duty to get his man.

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6 - Over The Hill

Original title : Over The Hill
First Aired : 13.03.2008 (UK)
Director : Catherine Morshead
Writing credits : Mick Ford
Cast : Anna Wilson-Jones (Joan Cale), Madhav Sharma (Mr Chatterjee), Asa Butterfield (Donny), Sid Mitchell (Billy Dane), Phil Davis (Chas Cale), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Lucy Cole (Young Alex)

The Story : Gene suspects a renowned criminal of involvement in an armed robbery. The realisation that Chas Cale is too old and ill to have been involved makes Gene wonder whether he is getting past his prime himself. Alex sends Ray and Chris undercover in an attempt to crack the case.

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7 - Charity Begins At Home

Original title : Charity Begins At Home
First Aired : 20.03.2008 (UK)
Director : Jonny Campbell
Writing credits : Matthew Graham
Cast : Jeremy Clyde (Chief Super), Troy Glasgow (Ska Boy), David Schaal (Gene Look-a-Like), Matthew MacFadyen (Gil Hollis), Terry Wogan (Himself), Nookie Bear (Himself), Roger DeCourcey (Himself), Shaw Taylor (Himself), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Geff Francis (Viv James), Joseph Long (Luigi), Andrew Clover (The Clown), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Lucy Cole (Young Alex)

The Story : The team investigates the armed robbery of a fundraiser who has been travelling across the country in a bathtub full of baked beans to raise money for Children in Need. Alex thinks that a crime reconstruction on Police Five will do the trick, but Gene prefers some old-fashioned police work.

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8 - Alex's Big Day

Original title : Alex's Big Day
First Aired : 27.03.2008 (UK)
Director : Jonny Campbell
Writing credits : Ashley Pharoah
Cast : Geoffrey Palmer (Lord Scarman), Paul Anderson (V) (PC Murder Suspect), Peter Dickson (Advert Voice), Jim Creighton (Angus Ashton), Matthew Baynton (Tom Robinson), Sean Harris (Arthur Layton), Lucy Cole (Young Alex), Grace Vance (Molly Drake), Stephen Campbell Moore (Evan White), Joseph Long (Luigi), Amelia Bullmore (Caroline Price), Andrew Clover (The Clown/Tim Price), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : Alex is determined to prevent the murder of her parents in a car bomb attack. Gene, meanwhile, is determined to give a good impression to a visiting Lord Scarman, but the station is still dealing with the aftermath of a Gay Pride demonstration.

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