New Scotland Yard - The Complete Series 1 DVD


Starring John Woodvine, one of Britain's most distinguished stage and screen actors, this LWT police drama series presents a grippingly authentic portrayal of detective work in London during the rapidly changing 1970s. Executive-produced by Rex Firkin, this first series also featured ex-Chief Superintendent Frank Williams (former head of the Yard's Murder Squad) as advisor and scripts by Gangsters creator Philip Martin and Robert Banks Stewart.The focus is on Detective Chief Superintendent John Kingdom, of the Central Office of the CID. Having worked his way to the... top through a number of Greater London divisions, he knows the force and he knows the villains. With a quiet authority he tackles some of the capital's most serious, high-profile, and perplexing cases; assisting the workaholic Kingdom is his equally efficient colleague, Detective Inspector Alan Ward. [show more]

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16 July 2012
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The complete first series of the early 1970s London police drama. The show follows two members of the New Scotland Yard Criminal Investigations Department, Detective Chief Superintendent John Kingdom (John Woodvine) and Detective Inspector Alan Ward (John Carlisle), as they dedicate themselves to bringing some of the city's most troublesome criminals to justice. The episodes are: 'Point of Impact', 'The Comeback', 'Memory of a Gauntlet', 'The Palais Romeo', 'Hard Contract', 'Shock Tactics', 'The Wrong 'Un', 'Fire in a Honey Pot', 'The Banker', 'Ask No Questions', 'Reunion' and 'And When You're Wrong'.

NEW SCOTLAND YARD sees John Woodvine in this grippingly portrayal of London's Policing and detective work during the 1970s.