H.G. Wells foresaw the future in such visionary novels as The Time Machine and The War of the Worlds. This mini-series from Sonar Entertainment brings those visions to life with an inventive speculation on the origins of his brilliant flights of fantasy.
The case of two young women shot dead in a house basement forces Jack to lock horns with an old flame, the ambitious DI Chrissy Reed. As the pair's animosity rapidly escalates due to their conflicting motive theories and failure to ID the victims, Nikki's probing unearths the potentially career-damaging truth behind it.
Now Sam has left, Leo is faced with the decision of whether to take over her job; meanwhile he and Harry clash over an investigation into an outbreak of disease among schoolchildren on the South Coast. Then together they investigate an apparent case of Munchausen by proxy and race against the clock to prevent a potentially fatal environmental disaster.
The team are called in to investigate an armed raid on a suspected terrorist cell. Two terrorists have been killed, together with a police officer. But when Nikki's findings point to a bungled raid with innocent lives being lost, people start to pass the buck.
Nikki is worried that Harry's bid to clear his friend's name might become an obsession. Still haunted by the crash and its immediate aftermath, Harry attends the Royal Air Force Board of Enquiry where he is unimpressed with their reluctance to answer his questions.
Harry investigates a hit and run accident on a rundown council estate while Leo is drawn into the case of a woman killed in a terrible and suspicious fire at her house. Nikki examines a woman who collapsed and died on her hen night.
A paranoid schizophrenic goes on a violent frenzy in a busy high street and two people are left dead. Then when a young man from the same care home commits suicide, Nikki becomes convinced that there is a connection. Meanwhile Harry tries to find the truth about a teenage suicide's death for her devastated mother, and Leo investigates the murder of a bank manager.
A drama documenting the life and work of the theoretical physicist Professor Stephen Hawking who, despite being diagnosed with motor neuron disease at the age of 21, has galvanized the scientific world with his ground-breaking work on the nature of the universe. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock)
A dark tale of powerful emotions unravels when three members of the same family are brutally murdered, and Sam is surprised to encounter a face from her past. Meanwhile, Harry takes on a seemingly routine case but is beset by doubts.
An almighty explosion rips through a classy London hotel causing five fatalities and several casualties, one of whom turns out to be the Minister for Defense Procurement. Initial speculation suggests a terrorist attack until a large sum of cash is found on the Minister's bed.
The revelation that Flannery's first wife also died of a stair fall sends Harry to Prague to seek evidence to prove the man's guilt. However, Nikki's determination to look beyond the police's blinkered investigation leads to further tragedy.