First episode of the long-running police series. The search is on for four young men to crew the new 'Z for Zulu' cars in the tough and troubled district of Newtown. Show more
Classic 1960s drama series about policemen stationed in a fictionalised Liverpool. Pay day on a hectic night makes for short tempers and hard work for Lynch and Steele. Show more
Terence Nichols is in custody after a wages snatch. With three days until trial and a reliable witness, Stone is confident in his case, but one of the villains is still on the run.
New inspector Ralph Edward Pratt arrives, spruce and dripping with self-confidence.
Wives of prisoners are easy to chat up, and Connor wants the money from a bank job.
Night time, a frightened housebreaker and an unusual mystery for Newtown Police.
DS Haggar and PC Quilley are back on the strength and Dilly Watson, a clever thief, arrives in Newtown.
DS Haggar has a problem with journalist Ken Knowles, who misrepresents police information. He also doesn’t care for old Bertha, who refuses to give information.
Stone and Lynch have a disagreement over stolen property. Was it planted?
When Lynch tries to get one over on Stone, the pair have a serious falling out.
A few pensioners find themselves short on cash, and soon the police get involved.
Stone and Skinner suggest an old-fashioned solution could solve their problem.
Miller and Skinner are after Bright, but he might be clever enough to outwit them.
Miller attempts 'the Chinese water torture' to get results.
A man with a parcel is looking for someone, having been kept waiting for most of his life. The police are called to investigate an incident on the roof of a derelict building.
Quilley takes a big risk.
D.I. Fred Connor arrives at Newtown with some unfinished business with a local villain.
D.I. Connor is on trial, together with Stone and the entire Newtown police.
Last episode in the long-running crime drama series. It's like old times for Bert Lynch - he's out in a car and in the thick of it. Show more