The fatal stabbing of a former police officer outside a Newcastle nightclub sets Stanhope on a quest to recreate the victim's last movements. What she finds leads her back 25 years, to a web of deception, lies, and ultimately a brutal death.
Four years ago, a man disappeared during his morning run. When his bloodstained ID card is found, the team is called in to investigate what seems like the perfect vanishing act. Meanwhile, Gerry faces a childhood fear, and Sandra copes with the anniversary of her father's death.
John's memories return, but Joyce struggles to forgive his infidelity. A face from Danny and Connie's past comes to the village.
Danny threatens to harm Henry if Connie refuses to help him. Esther tells Vernon she had an abortion, while John tells Joyce about his infidelity.
Joyce plans to leave the Land Army, and she forces Tucker into making a confession. Finch learns how Esther got the money for Martin's operation.
A new girl arrives at the farm and sets her sights on Billy. Meanwhile, the manor house has been commandeered by the Americans.
Joyce follows Martin and finds the German airman he's been hiding. Finch organizes a boxing match to raise money for Martin's operation.
The land girls take on Vernon Storey and his boys during a ploughing competition, and Connie is rattled by a face from her past.
With Joyce still in shock, Connie helps a young evacuee reunite with his sister and mother. Esther asks Vernon for the money for Martin's operation.
Bea prepares for her wedding to Billy and discovers that Finch has doubts about her motives.
The girls have their own reasons for joining the Women's Land Army.
This bold and passionate drama tells the story of Anne Lister, 1791-1840, a Yorkshire landowner, industrialist, traveller and diarist. She was a lesbian, who, despite needing to keep her orientation secret from society at large, in private defied the conventions of her times by living with her female lover.
This bold and passionate drama tells the story of Anne Lister (1791-1840). She was a lesbian, who, despite needing to keep her orientation secret from society, in private defied the conventions of her times by living with her female lover. The recent decoding of her 4,000,000-word journal provides an astonishing insight into the life of the woman who has been called Britain's first modern lesbian.
Three months on, and Annie isn't dealing very well with Harry's death.
Farmer Finch hires some "trekkers," families displaced by the bombing, as cheap labor.
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