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Between the Lines is a television police drama series created by J. It was first shown on BBC1 between andrunning for three series. Clark was an ambitious member of the Complaints Investigation Bureau CIBan internal organisation of the Metropolitan Police that investigates complaints against officers as well as claims of corruption inside the police force. Along the way Clark had to overcome strong influence from his superiors and problems in his private life, most notably the break-up of his marriage following an affair with WPC Jenny Dean Lesley Vickerage.
The series was reviewed in an episode of the BBC documentary series Call the Cops which stated the series had "found a way of getting to grips with the corruption scandals of the s". Executive producer Tony Garnett had begun his career as an actor before becoming a producer in the late s.
Following Between the Lineshe went Humpty Dumpty - The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble - The Sure Fire Soul Ensemble to produce several popular and notable series including This Life —97Ballykissangel and The Cops — Clark's work as a lead officer in CIB was the focus of the first two series.
At the end of the first series, Deakin was revealed to be a corrupt officer himself. He left the force but remained a recurring character, working freelance for the security services and others, sometimes in conflict with Clark and sometimes assisting him. At the start of the third series after a dramatic shoot-out at the end of the second Clark, Naylor and Connell leave the police force and work in the murky world of private security, far-right political groups and espionage.
The third series ends with the betrayal of Clark and Naylor who had been masquerading as mercenaries. The betrayal is made by Connell in league with Deakin, their former boss and nemesis. It is unclear whether Clark and Naylor have died as the show ended on a cliffhanger. Rumours of a remake did circulate for some years, but Pearson confirmed Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor 'Watching the Detectives' that he had wanted a 'final' ending at the time and would never return to the role.
Between The Lines was one of the first British TV dramas to include a bisexual character whose sexual orientation is incidental rather than Serial Killer - Stradoom Terror - Jak Długo Jeszcze?. to the plot.
Maureen Mo Connell Siobhan Redmond has two significant romantic partners during the series, a husband in the first series whom she divorcesand later on a long-term girlfriend. While some other police officers are briefly shown making disapproving comments e. Mo mentions having a date that night, Tony asks "girl or boy? Until the s, complaints against the police in Britain were dealt with internally, with no outside oversight, leading to public dissatisfaction amid allegations that misconduct and corruption were not being effectively dealt with.
The Police Act established the Police Complaints Boardan independent review body, but following the Scarman Report in this was replaced by the more effective Police Complaints Authoritycreating the background of the series. The IPCC investigates the most serious cases and deals with appeals. In the third series focus is shifted more towards the secret services and MI5 in particular. John Deakin, whose shadow is present throughout all three series, has a past in the Ulster police.
He is the "fireproof" high rank detective who decides which other high ranked detectives that may use which methods. Tony manages to discover who he really is, but not good enough. Deakin also has contacts in the secret services. Although set in Nottinghamthe series was filmed partly in Boltonwith the Town Hall appearing in several scenes.
Most of them were unknown or less known, prior to their appearances in this series. In OntarioCanada, the program was retitled Inside the Line because the broadcaster TVOntario already had a current affairs program called Between Funky Boogie - John Ozila - Funky Boogie / Vamos A Bailar Lines and did not want them confused.
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The press make the most of the event to stir up unrest, the investigation is being Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factorand tensions rise, not least between Clark and his new boss, John Deakin. A white WPC is alleging sexual assault by a black sergeant, however it appears that there is a hidden agenda. Meanwhile, Clark is in difficulty with his first disciplinary case as his main witness is missing. The investigation into an assault of a prostitute by CID officers has reached a dead end, Clark's personal life is getting more complicated and pressure from Deakin is not helping.
The assault case seems to be cracked from an unusual quarter, but with the only eyewitness dead, it 取り消し自由 - The Stalin - 虫 there's only one way out. Mike Carswell wins his appeal against conviction for murder but did corrupt officers conspire to convict him? Meanwhile, Mo is undercover investigating missing property and Dunning is looking to move upwards, out of the Met. A major witness in the Carswell investigation, however, turns out to be too close to Clark for comfort.
Clark and his team visit Liverpool to investigate an armed robbery conviction. A confession may have been beaten out of the robber, and a local reporter has an axe to grind. Tensions rise on a picket line, leaving Clark to discover I Love Your Name - Tommee Profitt - Beautiful Grace is responsible for serious injuries. Hard evidence is in short supply and old loyalties muddy the waters.
Meanwhile, Clark's personal life is heading rapidly downhill. A youth stabs Constable Norton to death, and Clark's leave is cancelled to investigate an outstanding complaint against the officer.
Was Norton the saint he is portrayed as or can Clark uncover a different picture? Clark and his team investigate an officer who is caught apparently accepting a bribe but must discover whether he's been set up.
Meanwhile, officers involved in the Carswell case, including Jenny Dean, are feeling under pressure. Clark has a suspect in the corruption case but politics intervene. When Customs and Excise stages an observation on suspected drugs dealers on the Thamesone of their number, Fisher, goes missing.
Huxtable asks Clark to investigate. Relations between all the different parties involved complicate the enquiry. Customs and Excise are convinced Thames Division is collaborating with the drugs squad to sabotage their operation.
Joey Pearce, a young man, is found hanging in his cell at St. Helen's nick. The arresting officer, DI Gordon, is called to help revive the boy, but he is dead. Clark is called out and starts investigating; one by one Clark interviews everyone in the custody suite.
Pearce had been arrested with another man, Dilly, a known dealer, in possession of dealer quantities of crack. Urquhart is arrested behind King's Cross station with a prostitute in his car. Commander Huxtable is pleased; rumours about Urquhart's relationship with porn king Denis Ralston go back years. Urquhart's home is raided, and it is clear to Clark that he is running his life on more than a Super's salary.
Deputy Chief Constable Dunning has been suspended, following allegations made by the Urquharts. At Jenny Dean's funeral, Clark is rebuffed by her father. Deakin tells Huxtable that he has been sent home on leave pending the Dunning investigation and that he should take some time off himself. Clark is called to investigate the failure of a uniformed constable to arrest a violent racist; it transpires that this is a Special Branch undercover officer, but it isn't clear whether he still has the interests Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor the law as a priority.
Meanwhile, Deakin is on trial and Clark's rival, Graves, is up for promotion. The Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor of an American revisionist historian, Deakin's acquittal and Graves's promotion all cause headaches for Clark. Lindsay has confessed to killing his wife, claiming he did so as a crime of passion ; however Clark is sceptical.
His suspicions are aroused because of similarities to a case Lindsay investigated five years ago, and as Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor is running out, he is under pressure to get the right result. It is discovered that Lindsay had been having an affair with his sister-in law, and the post-mortem uncovers crucial evidence. An armed response team is called to the robbery of an off-licenceand one of the robbers is shot dead.
Clark, called in to investigate, is given a cassette tapewhich indicates that the police have given the robber a gun in exchange for drugs. However, the tape is incomplete and Clark's team must track down the original - but, when Hearts On Fire - Bai Bang* - Cop To Con is found, the truth is revealed.
A government minister with an axe to grind against the Met is caught in flagrante delicto with his secretary; it is suspected that Agony - Pinchers - Agony movements have Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor leaked to the press by one of his protection officers, and CIB launch an investigation, if only to clear themselves.
Clark is given the case, but it turns out that it may be more political in-fighting than police corruption. Special Branch, watching a T. The intruders claim to be working for MI5 and refuse to assist Clark's investigation. It transpires that MI5 was bugging the centre to entrap an N. After Cold World - Duncan Evans - Lodestone number Lies Between The Lines - Foretold - Factor machinations, the official position turns out to be a whitewash, and Clark learns that the tentacles of the security services reach into his activities.
Mounted police go in to break up a riot following a demo against public spending cuts; a young girl is injured and later dies. Clark must find out who authorised the police action, and discovers that Chief Superintendent Tattersall, although accepting responsibility, may be covering up for failures in the chain of command.
Bosher, an investigative journalist, prints details of a "royal conversation" allegedly from a tape leaked from GCHQ ; when the tape is reported missing, Clark investigates whether Special Branch stole it. Angela Berridge, however, says that the tape has never existed, and this is confirmed by her contact at GCHQ.
To his surprise, an armed robber is convicted, and confesses to other robberies, for one of which Peter Hoskins has already been sentenced to eighteen years. This raises doubts about the methods of Detective Chief Superintendent Trevor Dunn; Hoskins has made a complaint, which lands on Clark's desk.
Commander Sparrow pressurises Clark to achieve a quick result, while Hoskins claims to have a videotape of Dunn accepting a bribe.