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Time is running out for Boyd as he fights for justice against a powerful adversary. (Final 'Waking the Dead' Episode)
The episode was rated 8.20 from 30 votes.
Boyd needs Sarah's expertise to help expose the state's involvement in Barclay's death.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 30 votes.
While under pressure to discover the truth behind the murder of young Joanna, DCI Boyd (Trevor Eve) slips up and makes possibly some irreversible mistakes. Joanna's killer begins stalking her sister.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 22 votes.
As Ben goes missing, Boyd and his team try to force the truth out of a confused David. Boyd grows increasingly close to Sarah, and Stella travels to Poland to investigate the true story.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 31 votes.
Boyd investigates the disappearance of 16 homeless boys from Waterloo Bridge in the 1980s.
The episode was rated 7.84 from 32 votes.
Boyd and the team investigate Lore's true identity and the reasons why she is in danger.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 24 votes.
Following the murder of Mark Lovell's cousin, the team establish that Mark has a watertight alibi, and the search for the real murderer narrows down to the remaining family members. Their investigation into the two remaining family members is further complicated by the discovery of drug dealing and involvement in the witness protection scheme.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 24 votes.
An Iraqi woman proves the key to the unlocking of the case.
The episode was rated 7.78 from 27 votes.
The investigation into Claire Somers' death has seemingly unleashed a predator straight from the darkest childhood nightmare. But are they looking for a monstrous child-stealer, or misguided saviours?
The episode was rated 7.77 from 30 votes.
Boyd is convinced that the missing Donald is not a murderer, and pushes his team to try to make sense of all the vague connections in the case and eventually confront the unfathomable evil lurking within the heart of this sad, unfortunate family.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 32 votes.
Boyd vows to track down the ring of war criminals, all of whom are now living and working in the UKThe episode was rated from 21 votes.
The plot thickens as Rivelli and then Harris confess to the three cold case murders. Boyd remains suspicious though - who was the real murderer and what has Jensen got to do with it all?The episode was rated from 27 votes.
Boyd and the team take on the task of infiltrating the dark underworld of London's gangland crime families when Harry Newman makes a deathbed confession to 12 "unauthorised killings". Dr Grace Foley is intrigued by this strange expression but Boyd and the rest of the team are tempted to dismiss it as the meanderings of a dying man. Until, that is, forensic psychologist Frankie Wharton discovers that Newman did not die of natural causes, but has been murdered. They soon realise there's a lot more to Newman than they imagined. Added to all that, there's a link to a famous fifties trial in which a gangster was hanged for killing two policemen.The episode was rated from 28 votes.
The failed suicide of a women called Gemma who has been raped 12 years ago, when she was just a girl by two men, causes Boyd and his team to re-open the investigation. But as the previous investigation went nowhere there aren't any leads left to start from.The episode was rated from 31 votes.
Boyd and his team struggle to find the truth behind the murder of a prominent Home Office adviser, when a petty criminal is acquitted of the crime. Once a prominent feminist activist, victim Katherine Reed had attacked the establishment at every opportunity, only to later switch sides. Boyd's progress on the case is hampered not only by a Home Office audit, which means the team will be shadowed throughout, but also by the fact that the original investigation was conducted by one of his old flames.The episode was rated from 24 votes.
Boyd receives an anonymous package in the post – a Nazi ceremonial dagger. Attached to it is a Cold Case number, linking it to the unsolved murder of a young girl in May 1945. It seems that Mel had been working on the case before her death, what does this mean for the Cold Case Team?The episode was rated from 30 votes.
After they get a tip off in an anonymous e-mail,the team head to a waste ground in east London, where they find the remains of a right-wing fascist activist.The episode was rated from 33 votes.
When a woman defends her daughter from a mugger, it sets into motion a chain of events that places herself and her children in mortal danger.The episode was rated from 34 votes.
When they do some digging into the man's past, they discover the deceased was not who he claimed to be, but in fact he had a hidden agenda of his own.The episode was rated from 27 votes.
When a convicted killer is cleared at appeal for the murder of his adoptive father ten years previously, Boyd is not convinced that the man is innocent. But the only way to find out is to track down the rest of the family - and with a big inheritance at stake, both parties appear to have a lot to hide..The episode was rated from 26 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
Hm..BBC series?Maybe I should check it out....
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