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200C0120000906

By James MacLoughlin.

The first of a six-part comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough and his attempts to stay in the job - despite fishbones, finances, politically correct females and an ambitious biscuit-loving MP.

With Tony Haygarth, Carolyn Pickles and Jeff Rawle.

Director: Marion Nancarrow

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James MacLoughlin's six-part comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.

2: While Burscough is in Slovenia on a study tour, Viveca and Bennett decide to score political points by going ahead with the road crime pilot.

With Tony Haygarth, David Yip, Carolyn Pickles and Jeff Rawle.

Director: Tracey Neale.

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James MacLoughlin's six-part comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.

3: Burscough's nephew just happens to be on duty when an environmental protest goes awry.

With Tony Haygarth, David Yip, Carolyn Pickles and Jeff Rawle

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James MacLoughlin's six-part comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.

4: While attending the opening of the new Millennium Block at Penwick Prison, Richard and Viveca get a taste of life at Her Majesty's Pleasure.

With Tony Haygarth, David Yip, Carolyn Pickles and Jeff Rawle

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James MacLoughlin's six-part comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.

5: A shortlist of candidates has been announced for Bill's job as Chief Constable.

Ellen Phillips is a hot contender and she's got Viveca's vote.

With Tony Haygarth, David Yip, Carolyn Pickles and Dona Croll.

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Final part of James MacLoughlin's comedy drama charting the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.

Time is running out for Bill.

DC Alistair Stott has been appointed as his replacement, and Viveca has been assured that he is as pure as the driven snow.

What could go wrong? With Tony Haygarth, David Yip, Carolyn Pickles and Andrew Wincott