New Tricks

Season 6

Season 6, Episode 6 - The Last Laugh

4.0 58 x
The team reinvestigate the disappearance of two young political activists who had waged a very public campaign against racist comedian Ray Harris.

Episode 2 (ID Parade)

4.0 130 x
Three retired cops are called back into action as a unit to give new attention to unsolved old cases. Their first case is the case is of the young police cadet Kate Daniels who was brutally murdered in 1987, the only witness at the time being a 6-yr old girl.

Episode 1 (The Chinese Job)

4.5 82 x
Three retired police officers are drafted in to solve cold cases, with a touch of comedy and drama. (Dennis Waterman, Amanda Redman)

Episode 1 (Bermondsey Boy)

3.0 104 x
Gerry finds himself investigating the possible murder of the grandson of an old friend.

Episode 4 (The Little Brother)

3.0 69 x
As Lane comes to terms with life after UCOS, Esther asks him to help one of her book club friends find her missing brother.

Episode 2 (The Rock (Part 2))

4.0 52 x
On the Rock of Gibraltar, the team unlock 30 years of secrets and lies which help solve two murder mysteries.

Episode 6 (Love Means Nothing in Tennis)

4.0 84 x
When junior tennis champion Alice Kemp fell to her death from a balcony in 2010 it was assumed she killed herself as she had lost a crucial match but now a cleaner recalls hearing raised voices just before the death and the case is reopened.

Episode 5 (Moving Target)

4.0 97 x
Psychologist Samantha Gerson comes to UCOS to carry out a work study on older men. However she also wants the team to look into a suspicious hit and run from six years earlier, the victim being her brother Darren, a cycle courier.

Episode 4 (Setting Out Your Stall)

4.0 44 x
In 2009 market trader Kathy Green died after drinking drugged coffee. The UCOS team suspect but cannot prove a link with Anthony Gunnell, a man who raped women after doping them with coffee from his refreshment van.

Episode 3 (Lost In Translation)

4.5 50 x
DNA from an unidentified man killed in 1996 and staked to a cross is linked to pathology laboratory assistant Anna King, who explains that it must be her brother, David Celaj, fourteen years her senior, with whom she fled Albania as a little girl