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Traffic Cops

Targeting teenage car thieves in Sheffield.
Directors/Producers Matt Holden , Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

A new radar system tracks down a stolen vehicle. Directors/Producers Matt Holden. Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

The Educators. A one-off special in which officers endeavour to enlighten drivers about the dangers of driving too fast. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Editor Bruce Lippold ; Executive producer Charles Thompson
BBC One London

Traffic Cops: Over the Limit

"Speed cameras save lives", it's claimed. So how are motorbike riders able to avoid detection and bring death and destruction upon others? Producer Bruce Lippold
Executive producer Charles Thompson
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Following the day-to-day work of Cheshire police as they crack down on crime on the county's road network. Executive producer Charles Thompson
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

New series Fasten those seat belts for more real-life drama as the road-patrollers get behind the wheel for another run of high-risk adventures.
1/6. Chancers. Cheshire's traffic cops are clamping down on two old foes - the "dizzies", disqualified motorists who continue to drive despite court orders, and "chancers", illegal drivers who try to evade the police. Producer Simon Meehan ; Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

2/6. Down to Experience. Nearly a thousand 17- to 24-year-olds are killed on Britain's roads per year. In Cheshire, police are trying to shock this age group into realising the dangers. Jamie Theakston narrates. Director/Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

3/6. No Respect. Cloak-and-dagger methods are employed to catch motorists showing disregard for authority in Cheshire. Jamie Theakston narrates.
Producer Simon Meehan : Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

4/6. Smelling a Rat. A crashed tanker on the motorway causes a big stink. Jamie Theakston narrates.
Producer Simon Meehan ; Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC Two England

Car Nation

New series 1/3. Survival of the Fittest. Using tiny cameras to film drivers, this documentary reveals how we behave behind the wheel, and what we think of our fellow road users. Some can cope with tailgating, intimidation, congestion, speed limits and delays, but others struggle - sometimes with fatal consequences. Narrated by John Hannah. Contains strong language. Director Paul Murton : Series producer Andrea Dixon
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Caught by Surprise. A young motorist is flipped over in a multiple-car pile-up in a sleepy Cheshire village. He claims it's a case of road rage, and that he's been threatened by a man with a gun. Now it's up to the police to uncover exactly what happened.
Producer Simon Meehan ; Series producer Bruce Lippold
Postponed from last Wednesday
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Hunting for Trouble. A crashed tanker on one of Britain's busiest sections of motorway causes trouble. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Director Bruce Lippold ; Producer Simon Meehan
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Crackdown. Drug pushers of Cheshire feel the heat on street corners and in their homes. Meanwhile, on the motorway, the chase is on for the "motorbike from hell" that's so dangerous it could "rip the rider's leg off". Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Director/Producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

A hair-raising look at the daily life of Hampshire's road traffic unit, narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Director/ Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Booze-fuelled drivers and revellers enliven a Friday night in Portsmouth. Jamie Theakston narrates.
Director/Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

The boys in blue must deal with deaths on the road.
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Walking the Line. In Southampton tonight, the traffic cops have sealed off the city with a "ring of steel" and are using roadside testing to catch those driving on drugs. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Series director/producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Cheshire's traffic police turn to new technology to catch out illegal drivers, but rely on old-fashioned methods to sort out which ones play the "lying game". Series director/producer Bruce Lippoid
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

In Cheshire, the police are accused of assaulting an argumentative drink-driver. Jamie Theakston narrates. Director/Series producer Bruce Lippold
BBC One London

Traffic Cops

Footage of another batch of car-related criminal incidents, drunken pedestrians causing chaos, and fatal accidents. Narrated by Jamie Theakston.
Series producer Bruce Lippold






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