Clinical psychologist Dr Tony Hill is asked to help police track down the brutal killer of three men in Bradfield.
Dr Tony Hill finds his work with the police compromised when a student from his university is abducted.
Tony suspects a killer is luring unhappy children to their deaths when the bodies of three boys are found in different locations in Bradfield. Each of the victims had suffered abuse. Could the killer believe he or she is righting wrongs and alleviating suffering by ending their lives?
An old case reopened by lawyers, catches Tony Hill out. So does the surprise news that Carol Jordan has been replaced. Combative and wily new detective Alex Fielding doesn't like Tony or his methods..
Robson Green and Simone Lahbib are back on the trail of horrific and callous serial killers in a new series of the hard-hitting and acclaimed ITV1 drama WIRE IN THE BLOOD from Coastal Productions.
Place of Execution
‘You shall be taken to the place from whence you came, and thence to a place of lawful execution,
The series follows George Stevenson’s attempts to build a rocket capable of launching 62 miles into the sky, while juggling a chaotic life as a single dad.
A hard man in a hard world, Michael has a secret. Haunted by a tormented past and childhood betrayal, when violence erupts in his home the whole family fights to stop their world from crumbling. Michael goes on the run with Jamie, his young son, and his wife, Stephanie, finds her own painful childhood history repeating itself.
Jack and Kay Chambers are thrilled when the residents of Hadleigh Corner welcome them to their new home with open arms. But then the neighbours invite them to share their beds too…
Robson Green plays Joe Purvis, an audacious character who is always looking for something else, juggling his love life and business ventures, while Stephen Tompkinson plays his brother Trevor, who is sensitive, caring and easily led by his impulsive sibling.
Trevor is re-building his career and his life after separating from his wife and losing contact with their son Daniel, and soon he is involved with Nick's sister, Clare, much to Joe and Nick's mutual disgust. Joe, in typically reckless fashion has started an affair with Viv, their site architect, but how will their relationship survive when she suggests that her big shot ex-husband comes to work on the project?
Pete and Lydia Gray (Robson Green and Sarah Parish) are an unexceptional couple. Until their son is kidnapped. Max's captor doesn't want money - he wants Pete and Lydia to commit a robbery.
The OSC is a revolutionary, international rapid response squad of dedicated police officers, established to combat the menace of serial crime.
Liam manages to gatecrash an important event to gain material for another highly critical article about the government under his pseudonym, but his encounter with the Prime Minister provides more than column inches.
John receives a call from Steve Sheedy, his best friend from Newcastle. Steve has been charged with attempted murder and begs John to help him. John can't let his best friend down, but he has no experience of criminal law and he soon finds himself way out of his depth.
Top fencer Steve McTear (Robson Green) is about to fulfil his dream of joining the British World Championships fencing team when he meets and spends a passionate night with Dr Elizabeth Fraser (Arkie Whiteley), the head of a girls’ school in Scotland.
Richard suddenly realises his life is still worth living during quality time with Tim in the park and he decides to run again - determined to race in the Paralympics and aided by his friend and former coach Clive. Richard and Clive begin an arduous training programme, with Clive the weaker runner, struggling all the way. Whilst running is a turning point for Richard, it isn't for Annie, who still feels completely rejected by Richard. Desperately lonely, Annie turns to Clive for comfort and they begin an affair.
Tony suspects a killer is luring unhappy children to their deaths when the bodies of three boys are found in different locations in Bradfield. Each of the victims had suffered abuse. Could the killer believe he or she is righting wrongs and alleviating suffering by ending their lives? Tony and Carol's investigation closes in on the work of a local minister. With another child's life at stake, will they be able to ensnare the murderer?
When a series of brutal murders rocks the town, Tony becomes obsessed with the notion that they are the work of 'Mack the Knife' MacAdam, newly-released from prison, apparently reformed and keen to take Tony's place as media pundit on serial killer cases. Tony's torment is worsened when he clashes with Carol over her desire to have a baby before it is too late. But could fertility be the key to solving the crimes?
The murder of a woman, battered to death with a steam iron and ironing board, brings Tony back from a publicity tour for his latest book to join Carol's investigation. More bizarre but completely different deaths follow, and Tony is baffled, unable to create a profile for a seemingly schizophrenic killer. As he is stalked by a Canadian woman he met on the book tour, Tony realises they must focus on the relationships at work behind the crimes.
Tony faces his own mortality when he is diagnosed with a brain tumour after being hit on the head by a criminal. While assisting Carol on an investigation into an anonymous sniper who is picking off victims in the city street, his behaviour becomes more erratic and his wild theories make Carol wonder if his health is making him unreliable. In a city gripped by fear, can random forces and chance save Tony – and help them catch this unpredictable killer.
|Dr Tony Hill||Robson Green|
|DI Carol Jordan||Hermione Norris|
|ACC Eden||Peter Sullivan|
|DS Kevin Geoffries||Mark Letheren|
|DC Paula McIntyre||Emma Handy|
|Dr Ashley Vernon||Mark Penfold|