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Tonight’s episode finds time-travelling cop Alex Drake (Keeley Hawes) still trapped in 1983.
She’s in hospital recovering from a shot wound accidentally inflicted by her boss, DCI Gene Hunt (Philip Glenister), three months earlier.
Townshend does, and tells the boys that Reni is the best drummer he’s heard since Keith Moon. Manchester is cocky and swaggering: it has the Happy Mondays, 808 State, The Smiths.
The city is a vibrating hub of chance, of talent, of the biggest bands and the best gigs.
It’s definitely the right place, and Evans is the right man; he’s a salesman who’ll strip to his tighty-whities to sell underwear, who has no problem turning away Yasmin Le Bon when Duran Duran play (‘Sorry luv, you’re not on the list’).
The Sex Pistols release God Save The Queen and Brown plays it for Squire; a year later Squire, the boy with Beatles compilations, buys his first guitar to thrash out Steve Jones riffs and anything by the Clash. Pete Townshend, the Who guitarist, needs bands for an anti-heroin gig: Brown, singing now, writes a letter (‘I’m surrounded by skagheads, I wanna smash ’em. It has history with the Buzzcocks, and hope with what’s next. In this five-weekseries, Pastor Jimmy Evans will expose different aspects of our adversary’s char... Rather than fear him though, it’s time to rise up and remember we have the authority to overcome.The pair return to CID to find changes afoot, not least in the unsettling presence of baby-faced complaints officer Jim Keats (Danny Mays), who’s been sent to investigate the shooting.There’s also a case to solve: the kidnap of a girl called Dorothy, abducted while out walking with her stepmother (an impressive performance from Tanya Franks).