Dalziel and Pascoe (1996–2007)
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Bones and Silence 

Dalziel almost witnesses a shooting which two witnesses claim was a beautiful woman trying to commit suicide by shooting herself in the face. He is convinced it is murder. Ironically, ... See full summary »

Director:

Maurice Phillips

Writers:

Reginald Hill (novel), Alan Plater (screenplay)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Carmel Howard Carmel Howard ... Hedda
Duncan Holmes Duncan Holmes ... George Tesman
Roger Heathcott Roger Heathcott ... Judge Brack
Colin Buchanan Colin Buchanan ... Det. Insp. Peter Pascoe
Susannah Corbett Susannah Corbett ... Ellie Pascoe
Josette Simon Josette Simon ... Eileen Anstiss
Warren Clarke ... Det. Supt. Andy Dalziel
Angus Wright ... Greg Waterson
Michael Kitchen ... Philip Swain
David Royle David Royle ... Det. Sgt. Edgar Wield
Jacqueline Defferary Jacqueline Defferary ... Pamela Waterson
Adrian Irvine Adrian Irvine ... Dr. Marwood
Paul Brooke ... Canon Eustace Horncastle
Joanna Van Gyseghem Joanna Van Gyseghem ... Dorothy Horncastle
Justin Chadwick ... DC Seymour
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Storyline

Dalziel almost witnesses a shooting which two witnesses claim was a beautiful woman trying to commit suicide by shooting herself in the face. He is convinced it is murder. Ironically, Dalziel and his suspect (Philip Swain) are cast in a cathedral mystery play as God and the devil, respectively. A young missing husband, a series of letters to Dalziel by an intended suicide, heroin in the autopsy, changes in testimony, and bodies buried in concrete add to the drama facing Dalziel and Pascoe. Written by jeaneva

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Genres:

Crime | Mystery | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 October 1998 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel: Who said that?
Judge Brack: Henrik Ibsen. You know him?
Detective Superintendent Andrew Dalziel: I saw him play once... he scored a hattrick against Leeds.
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Reginald Hill won an award for this one
13 June 2001 | by degeleSee all my reviews

I read the book after I saw this episode. In general I watch every crime series, especially the British police dramas. Unfortunately, I haven't seen the first few "Dalziel and Pascoe" episodes. I think this has to be my favourite, though. Dalziel and Pascoe are investigating a murder that Dalziel was a witness to, in a way, and at the same time, trying to work out who is sending Dalziel letters about an intended suicide. This is a very clever episode, and had me guessing right up to the end, and even that was totally unpredictable. That's what I love about the series. I'd recommend it to anyone interested in murder mysteries, especially if you enjoyed "Murder Call."


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