Red Cap (2003–2004)

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Distinctive red caps are part of the uniform of the UK military's Special Investigations Branch, who are tasked with investigating crimes associated with their own country's armed forces ... See full summary »


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Creator:

Patrick Harbinson

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3 May 2003 | Big Movie Fan
Fantastic!
Following on from the late 2001 pilot TV movie, Red Cap continues with it's portrayal of the British Army's elite Detective Squad, the Special Investigation Branch.

With star performances from EVERYONE, this is an unmissable show following the detectives each week investigating crimes committed by and against The British Army.

This show has a lot going for it. Thankfully, there are no soapy sub-plots. No romances (yet). And, the stories are fast-paced. It is a great detective show. Ex-Eastenders star Tamzin Outhwaite stars as Sgt. Jo McDonagh, a female trying to fit into what is a male-dominated arena. Other performances to look out for are James Thornton as Staff Sgt. Roper, a bit of a mystery man, but very good at his job. Also, Douglas Hodge plays the irascible Sgt. Major Burns, a man you wouldn't cross but would love to have on your side.

This is a review of Series 1 of Red Cap, which ended on a high (I won't spoil it). It is one of the best shows produced by the BBC these past few years and I hope it returns for a second series.

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Release Date:

7 January 2003

Language

English, German


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

Berlin, Germany

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