Crime is at a low ebb, but Mrs Groynes, the cockney charlady who is actually a criminal mastermind, is determined to reverse the trend.
A matinee performance at the Hippodrome gives her an idea.
|01||02||On The Road||20080411||20081105|
A day out in a singular vintage car turns out to be highly eventful, thanks to a certain cockney charlady.
|01||03||The Smallest Show On Earth||20080418||20081112|
Brunswick organises a police open day, featuring a range of criminal exhibits.
What could possibly go wrong?
|01||04||The Uses Of Literacy||20080425||20081119|
Acting on a mysterious tip-off, Brunswick goes under cover as a careers master in a prestigious girls' school.
An eminent former pupil who has been invited to open a new science block is also a criminal mastermind.
|01||05||Room At The Top||20080502|
Steine is delighted to meet Lord Melamine, who offers to sell him a gold brick at a knockdown price.
But is his lordship all he seems to be?
Constable Twitten's idea of acquiring a police dog seems an excellent idea, especially when Bobby solves a notorious murder case.
But why does Bobby keep attacking poor old Mrs Groynes, and why is Steine's life suddenly in great danger?
Why does police dog Bobby keep attacking Mrs Groynes, and why is Steine's life in danger?