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Uniform Title Dalziel & Pascoe. Season 2.
Title Dalziel & Pascoe. Season 2 [Hoopla electronic resource].

Publication Info. [United States] : BBC Studios, 1997.
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Description 1 online resource (4 video files (approximately 360 min.)) : sd., col.
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Contents Episode 1 Ruling Passion Episode 2 A Killing Kindness Episode 3 Deadheads Episode 4 Exit Lines.
Access Digital content provided by hoopla.
Credits Directed by Edward Bennett.
Cast Warren Clarke, Colin Buchanan, Susannah Corbett, David Royle.
Summary Brash and ballsy Andy Dalziel does not suffer fools gladly, but he has even more trouble with what he calls the 'smart arses' of this world. So when Peter Pascoe, one of the new breed of career police officers, armed with a degree in Social Sciences, a caring attitude and a sharp brain joins his team at Mid-Yorkshire CID, there could be problems.
Audience Rated TV14.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Dalziel, Andrew (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Pascoe, Peter (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
Detectives -- Drama.
Murder -- Investigation -- Drama.
Yorkshire (England) -- Drama.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Genre Television serials. (PINES)397222
Added Author Clarke, Warren, 1947-2014.
Buchanan, Colin.
Corbett, Susannah.
Royle, David, 1961-
Bennett, Edward, 1950-
Davies, Gareth.
Devenish, Ross.
Higson, Paddy.
Plater, Alan, 1935-2010.
Bradbury, Malcolm, 1932-2000.
Lowe, Stephen.
Adaptation of (work): Hill, Reginald. Dalziel and Pascoe novels.
hoopla digital.
Added Title Dalziel and Pascoe. Season 2
Music No. MWT12335952
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