TV Series | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd is the leader of a police team which investigates unsolved murders using modern technology.
Episodes 3.5 Waking the Dead: Breaking Glass: Part 1 (2003) & 3.6 Waking the Dead: Breaking Glass: Part 2 (2003), written by Stephen Davis and directed by David Thacker, received an International Emmy Award.
Dr. Frankie Wharton:
I don't like the way the semen was left, though.
Det. Supt. Peter Boyd: So how do you like your semen left, Frankie?
In "Cold Fusion", the final episode of Series Five, Grace reads through Clifford Day's criminal record and mentions that, in 1979, he was charged with "conspiracy under the Data Protection Act". However, the UK did not get a Data Protection Act until 1984.
US broadcasts were cut down to approximately 50 minutes per episode to allow room for commercials.