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Six-part drama series from Life on Mars co-creators Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham. Zak Gist is a smart but cynical angel sent down to Earth with his naive sidekick Tom. The celestial duo are allowed to masquerade as lawyers who deal with gritty real-life situations, but with the proviso that they cannot become emotionally involved with humans.
|1||VideoEpisode 1||New six-part drama series from Life on Mars co-creators Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham. Zak Gist is a smart but cynical angel sent down to Earth with his naive sidekick Tom. The celestial duo are allowed to masquerade as lawyers who deal with gritty real-life situations, but with the proviso that they cannot become emotionally involved with humans. In the first episode, Zak and Tom arrive in York and, very soon afterwards, the peace of the city is shattered by a shocking act of violence. The two lawyers find themselves plunged into the middle of a court case involving an estranged family and a newlywed. Zak also discovers that his past has come back to haunt him in the shape of his former flame Hannah, who is working for Zak's old adversary and nemesis Richard Pembroke. Pembroke is fiercely determined to derail the angels' plans to influence the lives of humans, but can Zak and Tom keep him at bay?||46:34||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoEpisode 2||Six-part drama series about two angels who are sent to Earth in the guise of lawyers in order to help humankind. Zak and Tom are drawn into a custody case when a six-year-old boy called Hal asks for their help. Hannah begins her new job working for Richard and the pair soon find themselves in court facing Tom and Zak, who are fighting to restore a happy home life for young Hal. Meanwhile, a delivery at the Belfry from Mr Mountjoy unsettles Zak, and Mrs Sheringham tells Tom about becoming human.||45:18||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoEpisode 3||Drama series about two angels who masquerade as lawyers in order to help humankind. The Belfry welcomes a rather lively house guest in the shape of pensioner Mack Steen, who is on bail after being charged with ABH for poisoning the owner of his care home. The care home residents, already feeling the loss of Mack, are up in arms over a proposal that they be rehoused when the place comes under threat of closure. Meanwhile time is running out for Zak and Tom as they try to unlock a mystery story that links two old friends - and some long-buried truths.||45:43||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoEpisode 4||Drama series. A whole community unites behind grieving single mother Gemma Manes, who is on trial for the stabbing of her alleged stalker. As counsel for the prosecution Zak is public enemy number one, while Tom feels that there is more to this lonely and bereaved woman's story - but his concern for her results in tragedy.||45:26||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoEpisode 5||Drama series from the creators of Life on Mars. As her wedding anniversary approaches, Mrs Sheringham becomes overwhelmed with grief and tortured by memories of Billy. Zak and Hannah find themselves defending a young female soldier in a court martial and an agonised Zak watches while Hannah gets closer to Major John Parker. Meanwhile, Tom follows a line of enquiry at the army base which gets him into grave danger.||49:15||£1.89||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoEpisode 6||Last in series. Mrs Sheringham is tempted by an offer to leave York, and Hannah has a decision to make. Meanwhile, Zak and Tom defend a man accused of murdering his brother. The man protests his innocence and as the angels strive to uncover what once bound the Hale brothers, they go head-on into battle with Richard, who has significantly raised his game.||45:54||£1.89||View in iTunes|
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