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'''Closing The Net''' is the 310th episode of ''[[The Bill]]''.
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}}'''Closing The Net''' is the 310th episode of ''[[The Bill]]''.
   
Sun Hill gets a call about a man approaching young girls in a park. [[Frank Burnside|D.I. Burnside]] protests that the police cannot do anything until a crime is committed. Encouraged by [[Kim Reid|D.C.I. Reid]], [[Tosh Lines|D.C. Lines]] and [[Viv Martella|W.D.C. Martella]] profile recent incidents, and notice that the target is getting bolder. [[Ron Smollett|P.C. Smollett]] has also noticed a pattern. Matters become more urgent when a girl goes missing from a playground.
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Sun Hill gets a call about a man approaching young girls in a park. [[Frank Burnside|D.I. Burnside]] protests that the police cannot do anything until a crime is committed. Encouraged by [[Kim Reid|D.C.I. Reid]], [[Tosh Lines|D.C. Lines]] and [[Viv Martella|W.D.C. Martella]] profile recent incidents, and notice that the target is getting bolder. [[Ron Smollett|P.C. Smollett]] has also noticed a pattern. Matters become more urgent when a girl goes missing from a playground.
   
 
Meanwhile, a shopkeeper hits his emergency alarm, resulting in units--including TSG--steaming in from all sides, when he is spat at by some children who stole a packet of crisps.
 
Meanwhile, a shopkeeper hits his emergency alarm, resulting in units--including TSG--steaming in from all sides, when he is spat at by some children who stole a packet of crisps.
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*Kevin Lloyd as D.C. Lines
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*Nula Conwell as W.D.C. Martella
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*Christopher Ellison as D.I. Burnside
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*Carolyn Pickles as D.C.I. Reid
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*Ben Roberts as Ch. Insp. Conway
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*Huw Higginson as P.C. Garfield
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*Colin Alldridge as P.C. Young
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*Seeta Indrani as W.P.C. Datta
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*Andrew Mackintosh as D.S. Greig
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*Colin Tarrant as Insp. Monroe
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*Nick Stringer as P.C. Smollett
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*Jeff Stewart as P.C. Hollis
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*Larry Dann as Sgt. Peters
 
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Latest revision as of 15:05, September 16, 2018

Closing The Net
Episode No.   Series
310 1991x019
Original Airdate
5th March 1991 FlagIcon UK small
Written By
Directed By
Episode Chronology:
Closing The Net is the 310th episode of The Bill.

Sun Hill gets a call about a man approaching young girls in a park. D.I. Burnside protests that the police cannot do anything until a crime is committed. Encouraged by D.C.I. Reid, D.C. Lines and W.D.C. Martella profile recent incidents, and notice that the target is getting bolder. P.C. Smollett has also noticed a pattern. Matters become more urgent when a girl goes missing from a playground.

Meanwhile, a shopkeeper hits his emergency alarm, resulting in units--including TSG--steaming in from all sides, when he is spat at by some children who stole a packet of crisps.


  • Kevin Lloyd as D.C. Lines
  • Nula Conwell as W.D.C. Martella
  • Christopher Ellison as D.I. Burnside
  • Carolyn Pickles as D.C.I. Reid
  • Ben Roberts as Ch. Insp. Conway
  • Huw Higginson as P.C. Garfield
  • Colin Alldridge as P.C. Young
  • Seeta Indrani as W.P.C. Datta
  • Andrew Mackintosh as D.S. Greig
  • Colin Tarrant as Insp. Monroe
  • Nick Stringer as P.C. Smollett
  • Jeff Stewart as P.C. Hollis
  • Larry Dann as Sgt. Peters
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