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Silent Witness: Season 11

Silent Witness: Season 11

$29.98
First on the scene after an RAF helicopter crashes into a detention center for asylum seekers, the team detects a cover-up at the Ministry of Defense. How can you believe in justice when young boys die in ritual killings, the patients of a prominent surgeon have an unusually high fatality rate, victims are murdered despite police protection, and the person you think will help you solve a murder wants to kill you? Five two-part episodes.
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Forensic pathologists Professor Leo Dalton, Dr Harry Cunningham and Dr Nikki Alexander are back in one of the BBC’s most successful and longest-running crime dramas. This series kicks off with an RAF helicopter crashing into an asylum seekers’ detention centre. Harry suspects a possible RAF whitewash and finds himself up against the Ministry of Defence who are struggling to cope with the demands of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Subsequent stories include a trail of murders that leads to a hospital cover up, and the killing of a notorious female murderer that forces Nikki to revisit an emotive and controversial case from her past.

1. Apocalypse (Part 1)
When an RAF helicopter crashes onto a detention centre for asylum seekers, Harry and Nikki are first on the scene. But as the case progresses, Nikki discovers irregularities among the asylum seekers and Harry starts falling out with the Ministry Of Defence.

2. Apocalypse (Part 2)
Obsessed with proving the pilot’s innocence, Harry suspects the MOD may be covering up the true cause of the helicopter crash. Nikki identifies the detention centre victim but realises that by doing so she may have put his daughter in danger.

3. Suffer The Children (Part 1)
The discovery of a mutilated child’s body in a river raises the question of ritual killing and brings Leo faceto-face with a ghost from his past. Meanwhile, Nikki investigates the apparently suspicious death of a priest from a local Catholic boys’ school.

4. Suffer The Children (Part 2)
Leo refuses to back down in his search for the killers of the young boy, despite threats and increasing racial tension. Meanwhile, Nikki’s enquiries turn from the boys’ school to a local doctor.

5. Hippocratic Oath (Part 1)
A post mortem on a child who died during pioneering surgery prompts Nikki to investigate a leading paediatrician with an unusually high mortality rate.

6. Hippocratic Oath (Part 2)
With Nikki out of action and a theatre nurse missing, Harry and Leo dig deeper into the hospital deaths. Are there two killers on the loose?

7. Double Dare (Part 1)
Nikki is forced to revisit an emotive and controversial case from her past when a notorious female murderer is herself murdered

8. Double Dare (Part 2)
Nikki’s professional reputation is at stake as doubts about the Paula Colebrook case continue. Meanwhile, Harry is investigating two unidentified bodies found in the garden of an empty house.

9. Peripheral Vision (Part 1)
Nikki clashes with DCI Mays over the guilt of a gypsy he suspects of a double murder, while Harry takes on an insurance company which is refusing to pay out life assurance over a case of CJD.

10. Peripheral Vision (Part 2)
Was the gypsy’s death suicide or murder? Nikki and Mays can’t agree, and Nikki’s investigations into his and the girls’ deaths expose a significant police cover-up and lead her danger.

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Format: DVD
Show: Silent Witness
Genre: Mystery
Run Time: 8 1/2 hours
Number of Discs: 3
Region: Region 1
UPC Code : 883929672394
Cast: Starring: Emilia Fox, William Gaminara, Tom Ward
Director: Maurice Phillips, Brendan Maher,
Producer: George Ormond
Executive Producers: Hilary Salmon
Editorial Reviews: “,,,classy … intelligent and thought-provoking.”
The Times
“Direction, performances and in particular the writing have proved consistently engaging and imaginative”
Daily Telegraph
"It all bumps along efficiently enough … until the final quarter, when things suddenly get rather intriguing as a whole
new layer of jeopardy is added to the mix." Daily Telegraph
"…the story is the main thing here with little to distract." Stephanie Billen, Observer
Number of Discs: 3 Discs
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