Detective Sergeant Nick Mohammed

Episodes

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0101Murder2011121420140913 (BBC7)
20160729 (BBC7)

"Gosh, there's been a Murder...

Ouch!" Join Nick and co.

as they attempt to fathom who killed the man with the missing head.

No clues as to how he might have died.

Starring Nick Mohammed, Anna Crilly and Colin Hoult

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Set at Tilford Road Police Station, Nick is joined by Sergeants Anna Crilly (Lead Balloon, Anna and Katy), Colin Hoult (Life's Too Short, Russell Howard's Good News) as they attempt to solve a different crime each week.

Never have serious crimes been made more entertaining, whilst remaining utterly, utterly tasteful!

About Nick Mohammed...

Nick has just completed filming a lead role in Sky One's new comedy series Gates, due to air later next year and currently features in Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant's latest comedy Life's Too Short, on BBC Two.

Last year Nick featured in BBC One's Reggie Perrin and as a lead in hit new BBC Three comedy series The King Is Dead alongside Simon Bird and Katy Wix.

He also starred in BBC Two's Pete and Dud: The Lost Sketches, Miranda, as a guest lead in the season finale of BBC Three's How Not to Live your Life and in all three series of the triple-BAFTA-nominated sketch show Sorry, I've Got No Head for CBBC.

He is currently developing The Making of Mr.

Swallow for BBC Television and has just completed his first original film Magic for Channel 4 as part of this year's Coming Up Scheme, and which was shown at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June.

Nick and his fellow officers attempt to fathom who killed the man with the missing head.

Gosh, there's been a murder... Ouch! Nick and company try to solve it.

by Nick Mohammed

"Gosh, there's been a Murder... Ouch!" Join Nick and co. as they attempt to fathom who killed the man with the missing head. No clues as to how he might have died.

Last year Nick featured in BBC One's Reggie Perrin and as a lead in hit new BBC Three comedy series The King Is Dead alongside Simon Bird and Katy Wix. He also starred in BBC Two's Pete and Dud: The Lost Sketches, Miranda, as a guest lead in the season finale of BBC Three's How Not to Live your Life and in all three series of the triple-BAFTA-nominated sketch show Sorry, I've Got No Head for CBBC.

He is currently developing The Making of Mr. Swallow for BBC Television and has just completed his first original film Magic for Channel 4 as part of this year's Coming Up Scheme, and which was shown at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June.

0102Kidnapped2011122120140920 (BBC7)
20160805 (BBC7)

Someone's been Kidnapped...

Yikes! Join DS Nick Mohammed and co.

for the antithesis to We Need To Talk About Kevin.

Written and performed by Nick Mohammed, with Anna Crilly, Colin Hoult, and special guests Peter Dickson and Kae Alexander.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

Yikes! Join DS Nick Mohammed and co as they try to find him.

Someone's been Kidnapped... Yikes! Join DS Nick Mohammed and co. for the antithesis to We Need To Talk About Kevin.

Someone has been kidnapped... Yikes! Nick tackles the hostage negotiations.

0103Riot2011122820140927 (BBC7)
20160819 (BBC7)

There's a Riot going on... Topical! Join DS Nick Mohammed and co. as they tackle a full-on student protest complete with professional Sloane: Cordelia Jasmine Beatrice de Beatrice Grimes (as featured in IN BITS).

Written and performed by Nick Mohammed, with Anna Crilly and Colin Hoult.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

0104 LASTHeist2012010420141004 (BBC7)
20160826 (BBC7)

Uh oh, not another bank Heist... Kerching! Join Nick and co. as they attempt to solve something akin to that bit at the start of The Dark Knight.

Written and performed by Nick Mohammed, with Anna Crilly and Colin Hoult.

Produced by Victoria Lloyd.

0204 LASTSecurity20130924

DS Nick Mohammed is asked to provide additional security for a major event, aided and abetted by long-suffering colleagues Colin and Anna. Written and performed by Nick Mohammed, with Anna Crilly, Colin Hoult, Margaret Cabourn-smith and Will Andrews. Script Editor: Johnny Sweet. Producer: Victoria Lloyd