Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman heads The Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad (UCOS), cracking previously unsolved crimes from the past. Her team are three ex policemen; Gerry Standing, Jack Halford and Brian Lane, who have all opted for early retirement.
The Series 8 cases include investigations into the murder of a Natural History Museum palaeontologist with plenty of enemies, a previously unidentified vagrant, a charred body with potential links to an Albanian crime circle, a popular market stall holder, a bicycle courier
in possession of a deadly package, an antiques dealer and a prominent scientist who disappeared while on a train to Paris. But as UCOS dig deeper they begin to rattle cages at Whitehall and an ominous warning is issued.
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New Tricks - Series Eight is yet another cracking series of this brilliant TV programme. If you're a fan of New Tricks I seriously recommend you buy this, you won't be disappointed.
Excellent service as usual. This type of programme really appeals to me - there are 4 good main characters who interact with each other and usually, but not always solve the case. Great viewing.
This is a great series it just keeps getting better every time
This series is always good value. One of the very few good things on TV nowadays. I now have all 8 series to keep and watch over and over again. Long may they continue.
This series blossoms every season and Series Eight is no exception. The chemistry between the cast is now such that often inflectives, gestures and pauses are seemlessly picked up by fellow performers. The reason this series works so well is because you can believe that the characters work together. Savour the last season with James Bolam.