Ashes to Ashes (2008–2010)
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Episode #3.7 

The penultimate episode where the investigation of Gene Hunt is almost at an end, with Alex being pulled in two directions. Jim still wants to know whether Gene had anything to do with Sam ... See full summary »

Director:

David Drury

Writers:

Ashley Pharoah (creator), Ashley Pharoah | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Philip Glenister ... Gene Hunt
Keeley Hawes ... Alex Drake
Dean Andrews ... Ray Carling
Marshall Lancaster ... Chris Skelton
Montserrat Lombard ... Shaz Granger
Daniel Mays ... Jim Keats
Joseph Long ... Luigi
Lucian Msamati ... Tobias Ndbele
Estella Daniels ... Tsitsi
Simon Kunz ... Anders De Villiers
Charlie Roe Charlie Roe ... Pathologist
Gabriel Fleary Gabriel Fleary ... South African Man
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The penultimate episode where the investigation of Gene Hunt is almost at an end, with Alex being pulled in two directions. Jim still wants to know whether Gene had anything to do with Sam Tyler's death, and Alex is best placed to find out everything they need to know so he's leaning hard on her to get the information. Gene and his team are called to an ANC illegal drinking den where things are not as they first appear to be. Initially it's a simple case of a public disorder but things soon take a turn for the worse. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

14 May 2010 (UK) See more »

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Music:
  • Abide with me - Henry Francis Lyte
  • Moses Mchunu - Qhwahilahle
  • Men of Harlech - (Sung by Ray (Dean Andrews) to the traditional tune, but using the lyrics from the 1964 movie Zulu (1964)) The original lyrics are about the seven-year siege of Harlech Castle in South Wales from 1401-1408, but the lyrics were altered for the film to reflect the conflict with the Zulus in Rorke's Drift in South - Eastern Africa in 1879: "See their Spears are Gleaming" etc.
  • I Don't Wanna Dance - Eddy Grant
  • Couldn't Love You More - John Martyn
  • Free Nelson Mandela - The Special A.K.A.
  • True - Spandau Ballet
  • Victims - Culture Club
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Goofs

DCI Keats mentions an attack on the office of the ANC in Patton Street. The location of the bombing was actually in Penton Street, Islington. See more »

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