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Judge John Deed - Series 5 DVD

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Episodes Comprise: Hard-Gating: A young black man is stabbed to death in a shared cell - by a known racist - a week before he is due for release. Over-crowding is the Prison Service''s excuse but the Judge''s questioning reveals that this prison wasn''t up to capacity. My Daughter Right or Wrong: A fire-bomb in the animal hotel of the science faculty at Sussex University destroys the new multi-million-pound building and kills a scientist. Henry Free an animal rights movement organiser is put on trial for murder. He refuses to name anyone else and armed with information from an informer and some dubious forensic evidence the police investigation implicates him in a conspiracy to destroy the building. Lost Youth: At Marc Thompson's hospital staff resuscitate a comatose two-year-old boy. Marc tells the child's parents that it would be in the baby's best interests if they did not resuscitate him again. The parents believe it is God's will that he should live and say they'll fight for him in court. Gilly Bridges is rushed into hospital with breathing difficulties. She has neurone disease. Gilly's husband Jake is suffering from stomach cancer and has been forced to retire from the police force. They are convinced that their illnesses have been caused by a mobile phone mast that has been erected above their flats and is used by the police for internal communication. They are suing the local council and Judge John Deed hears the case.

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  • 08 February 2010
  • Martin Shaw
  • DVD
  • 2entertain
  • 15
  • 240 minutes
  • PAL

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Hard-Gating A young black man is stabbed to death in a shared cell - by a known racist - a week before he is due for release Over-crowding is the Prison Service&39;s excuse but the Judge&39;s questioning reveals that this prison wasn&39;t up to capacity My Daughter Right or Wrong A fire-bomb in the animal "hotel" of the science faculty at Sussex University destroys the new multi-million-pound building and kills a scientist Henry Free an animal rights movement organiser is put on trial for murder He refuses to name anyone else and armed with information from an informer and some dubious forensic evidence the police investigation implicates him in a conspiracy to destroy the building Lost Youth At Marc Thompson&39;s hospital staff resuscitate a comatose two-year-old boy Marc tells the child&39;s parents that it would be in the baby&39;s best interests if they did not resuscitate him again The parents believe it is God&39;s will that he should live and say they&39;ll fight for him in court Gilly Bridges is rushed into hospital with breathing difficulties She has neurone disease Gilly&39;s husband Jake is suffering from stomach cancer and has been forced to retire from the police force They are convinced that their illnesses have been caused by a mobile phone mast that has been erected above their flats and is used by the police for internal communication They are suing the local council and Judge John Deed hears the case Actors Martin Shaw Jenny Seagrove Louisa Clein Donald Sinden Barbara Thorn Simon Chandler & Simon Ward Certificate 15 years and over Year 2005 Languages English Duration 3 hours and 20 minutes (approx)

The first four episodes from Series 5 of the BBC crime drama following the career of maverick judge John Deed (Martin Shaw). Deed has made it to the High Court without the help of the old boys' network, and struggles against an overly-bureaucratic system in his constant quest for justice and truth. Episodes are: 'Hard Gating', 'My Daughter, Right Or Wrong' and 'Lost Youth'.

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