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17 - Episode 1

Original title : Episode 1
First Aired : 02.04.2010 (UK)
Director : David Drury
Writing credits : Matthew Graham
Cast : Jane Bertish (Therapist), Matthew Amroliwala (Newsreader), Simon Bates (Radio DJ), Luke Neal (Young Man), Tanya Franks (Marjorie Blonde), Jadie-Rose Hobson (Dorothy Blonde), Simon Merrells (David Blonde), Geff Francis (Viv James), Joseph Long (Luigi)

The Story : Alex soon realises she has not returned home after all, and wakes up in 1983. Gene is on the run, and DCI Jim Keats has arrived from Complaints to investigate CID following the shooting. Newly-promoted DI Ray Carling leads an investigation into the kidnapping of a young girl, and sets up a sting operation. Alex decides that she will have to discover the truth about Gene if she is ever to get back to her own time.

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18 - Episode 2

Original title : Episode 2
First Aired : 09.04.2010 (UK)
Director : David Drury
Writing credits : Ashley Pharoah
Cast : Charlie Roe (Pathologist), Flaminia Cinque (Rhonda), Adam Shipway (Ronnie), Nick Haverson (Colin Danson), Rupert Simonian (Harris), Dean Nolan (Builder), Reece Beaumont (Gang Kid), Frog Stone (Shy Woman), Beth Goddard (Elaine Downing), Nicholas Sidi (Graham McClean), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : A severed hand is sent to Fenchurch station. Discovering that several women have been murdered, Alex decides to join the dating agency they all used. Alex tries to discover the truth about Sam Tyler's death, but Gene is obstructive.

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19 - Episode 3

Original title : Episode 3
First Aired : 16.04.2010 (UK)
Director : Alrick Riley
Writing credits : Julie Rutterford
Cast : Robert Gwilym (Fire Chief), Katie Lyons (Karen Smith), Charlie Wernham (Barney Wright), Joe Absolom (Andy Smith), Henry Garrett (Steve Smith), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : The team investigates a series of arson attacks in the run-up to the general election. A Falklands veteran, now working as a fireman, is identified as the prime suspect. Alex is still tormented by visions of the mutilated police officer.

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20 - Episode 4

Original title : Episode 4
First Aired : 23.04.2010 (UK)
Director : Alrick Riley
Writing credits : Jack Lothian
Cast : Charlie Roe (Pathologist), Connor Kinehan (Small Boy), Paul Moriarty (DCI Wilson), Ryan Pope (Shorty), Bryan Dick (Daniel Stafford), Peter Guinness (Terry Stafford), Zoë Telford (Louise Gardiner), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : Gene is determined to bring a drug-dealer to book, and his actions compromise a detective who has been working deep under cover.

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21 - Episode 5

Original title : Episode 5
First Aired : 30.04.2010 (UK)
Director : Jamie Payne
Writing credits : Tom Butterworth, Chris Hurford
Cast : Lee Ross (DCI Litton), Nicholas Gleaves (Bevan), Roy Hudd (Frank Hardwick), Camille Coduri (Gloria), Robert Wilfort (Rick Travers), Jack James (Doctor), Joseph Long (Luigi), Geff Francis (Viv James)

The Story : Two detectives from Manchester come to London in pursuit of a comedian wanted in connection with the theft of monies from the police widows' fund. Gene is less than welcoming, and is determined to get his hands on their suspect first. Alex takes the opportunity to further her investigation into the disappearance of Sam Tyler.

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22 - Episode 6

Original title : Episode 6
First Aired : 07.05.2010 (UK)
Director : Jamie Payne
Writing credits : James Payne
Cast : Stanley Townsend (Sacks), Steven Robertson (Thordy), Geff Francis (Viv James), Joseph Long (Luigi)

The Story : Riot control at a London prison goes badly wrong and Sgt Viv James is taken captive. When Alex's negotiations with the prisoners fail, Gene sends Chris and Ray in under cover with a press contingent.

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23 - Episode 7

Original title : Episode 7
First Aired : 14.05.2010 (UK)
Director : David Drury
Writing credits : Ashley Pharoah
Cast : Lucian Msamati (Tobias Ndbele), Estella Daniels (Tsitsi), Simon Kunz (Anders de Villiers), Charlie Roe (Pathologist), Gabriel Fleary (South African Man), Joseph Long (Luigi)

The Story : The team raid an illegal drinking den used by members of the ANC, where Ray discovers a dead body. The close-knit group is initially uncooperative, but Gene soon extracts a confession from the group's leader, though he appears to be lying. The team's investigation uncovers both illegal immigration and terrorism. DCI Keats presses Alex into continuing her investigation into Sam Tyler's fate.

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24 - Episode 8

Original title : Episode 8
First Aired : 21.05.2010 (UK)
Director : David Drury
Writing credits : Matthew Graham
Cast : Jon House (Police Officer), Thomas Lockyer (Eric Hoorsten), Stuart Hall (Commentator), Huw David Thomas (Tramp), Geoffrey Streatfeild (New Arrival)

The Story : Gene leads an investigation into a diamond heist, but Alex is more interested in finding out what really happened to Sam Tyler. When she disappears, Gene sets off in pursuit, leaving the rest of the team to see through an ambitious sting operation.

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