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Chief Inspector Boyd reopens the files on four more unsolved crimes in this series of gripping murder mysteries. Challenges facing his crack team of investigators include a victim of child abuse seeking revenge, a family murder, a high-street massacre, and a cult film tied to the discovery of four bodies in a Notting Hill house, 1960s gangsterland and the background history of one of the team.

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Chief Inspector Boyd reopens the files on four more unsolved crimes in this series of gripping murder mysteries. Challenges facing his crack team of investigators include a victim of child abuse seeking revenge, a family murder, a high-street massacre, and a cult film tied to the discovery of four bodies in a Notting Hill house, 1960s gangsterland and the background history of one of the team.

    • EPISODE 1

    Multistory, Pt. 1

    Carl Mackenzie, a man jailed for a high-street shooting spree, has always maintained his innocence. Now his sister is fighting for an appeal, based on the shoddy investigation that fed the prosecution’s original case. But for DCI Boyd, reopening the case means reopening a personal wound.

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    • 49 Minutes

    Carl Mackenzie, a man jailed for a high-street shooting spree, has always maintained his innocence. Now his sister is fighting for an appeal, based on the shoddy investigation that fed the prosecution’s original case. But for DCI Boyd, reopening the case means reopening a personal wound.

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    • 49 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Multistory, Pt. 2

    The case against Carl Mackenzie unravels further when the team discover a potential link between the massacre from the multistory car park in the UK and a massacre at a mine on an island off the coast of Africa. Mel, meanwhile, is suspicious of DCI Boyd’s reluctance to dig deeper, and his unquestioning acceptance of the only eyewitness statement.

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    • 50 Minutes

    The case against Carl Mackenzie unravels further when the team discover a potential link between the massacre from the multistory car park in the UK and a massacre at a mine on an island off the coast of Africa. Mel, meanwhile, is suspicious of DCI Boyd’s reluctance to dig deeper, and his unquestioning acceptance of the only eyewitness statement.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Walking on Water, Pt. 1

    Boyd and Silver find themselves involved in a cold case when Frankie gives evidence at the appeal for convicted killer Mark Lovell. Eleven years ago, Mark was jailed for the murder of his adopted father, Thomas Lovell. Neither the family’s fishing boat nor Mark’s mother, sister or niece have been seen since his father’s death. Boyd believes the only way to find the true identity of the killer is to discover what happened to the rest of the family, but when he goes to question Mark he finds a very different man to the one who went to prison, and is forced to confront his own prejudices.

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    • 50 Minutes

    Boyd and Silver find themselves involved in a cold case when Frankie gives evidence at the appeal for convicted killer Mark Lovell. Eleven years ago, Mark was jailed for the murder of his adopted father, Thomas Lovell. Neither the family’s fishing boat nor Mark’s mother, sister or niece have been seen since his father’s death. Boyd believes the only way to find the true identity of the killer is to discover what happened to the rest of the family, but when he goes to question Mark he finds a very different man to the one who went to prison, and is forced to confront his own prejudices.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Walking on Water, Pt. 2

    Following the murder of Mark Lovell's cousin, the team establish that Mark has a watertight alibi. The search for the real murderer narrows down to the remaining family members. The discovery of drug-running deals and witness protection muddies the waters of the investigation.

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    • 50 Minutes

    Following the murder of Mark Lovell's cousin, the team establish that Mark has a watertight alibi. The search for the real murderer narrows down to the remaining family members. The discovery of drug-running deals and witness protection muddies the waters of the investigation.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Breaking Glass, Pt. 1

    The team is faced with a highly disturbing case of murder and child abuse in a children’s home. When Dr Laurie Poole barges into Boyd’s office, she claims to have new information which will shed light on the abuse and disappearance of two boys. Boyd reluctantly takes on the investigation and soon realizes that there is a lot more to it than first meets the eye.

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    • 49 Minutes

    The team is faced with a highly disturbing case of murder and child abuse in a children’s home. When Dr Laurie Poole barges into Boyd’s office, she claims to have new information which will shed light on the abuse and disappearance of two boys. Boyd reluctantly takes on the investigation and soon realizes that there is a lot more to it than first meets the eye.

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    • 49 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    Breaking Glass, Pt. 2

    The team are racing against the clock as they try to establish the identity of the care-home pedophilic murderer. Meanwhile, he is being hunted down by two of his victims: Tanner, the dead boy’s twin brother, and another former resident who was abused. The team need to reach the pedophile first, to prevent another death.

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    • 49 Minutes

    The team are racing against the clock as they try to establish the identity of the care-home pedophilic murderer. Meanwhile, he is being hunted down by two of his victims: Tanner, the dead boy’s twin brother, and another former resident who was abused. The team need to reach the pedophile first, to prevent another death.

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    • 49 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Final Cut, Pt. 1

    Mel’s celebrations at being promoted to sergeant are cut short when a mummified body is discovered in a garbage bin. As the team begins to dissect the remains, an anonymous call leads them to a house in Notting Hill which featured in Gerry Raistrick’s controversial Sixties film about gang warfare – which may not have been so fictional after all.

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    • 52 Minutes

    Mel’s celebrations at being promoted to sergeant are cut short when a mummified body is discovered in a garbage bin. As the team begins to dissect the remains, an anonymous call leads them to a house in Notting Hill which featured in Gerry Raistrick’s controversial Sixties film about gang warfare – which may not have been so fictional after all.

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    • 52 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    Final Cut, Pt. 2

    Threatened by the investigation, Joanna Gold's killer has struck again and now begins to stalk her younger sister, Clara. She persuades Boyd to let her wear the red dress and go onto the Heath in an attempt to catch her stalker.

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    • 52 Minutes

    Threatened by the investigation, Joanna Gold's killer has struck again and now begins to stalk her younger sister, Clara. She persuades Boyd to let her wear the red dress and go onto the Heath in an attempt to catch her stalker.

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    • 52 Minutes
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