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|Written_By = [[Lawrence Gray]]
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|Directed_By = [[Christopher Hodson]]
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}}'''Taken Into Consideration''' is the 83rd episode of ''[[The Bill]]''.
|Directed_By = [[Christopher Hodson]]
 
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[[Mike Dashwood|D.C. Dashwood]] and [[Jim Carver|D.C. Carver]] are on an obbo in a street where a spate of burglaries has taken place. They see a young man, Kevin Boswell, climbing over a wall with a bag full of 50p pieces, and they arrest him for theft. They also take Kevin's girlfriend, Daphne, into the station as there is what looks like stolen goods in her house. Dashwood is positive Boswell is their man, and [[June Ackland|W.P.C. Ackland]] makes a complaint against him when he applies too much pressure to Boswell during interview. Boswell is either really smart and devious or not too bright and living an elaborate fantasy about being a criminal. Dashwood and Carver return to Boswell's flat and find out which...
 
[[Mike Dashwood|D.C. Dashwood]] and [[Jim Carver|D.C. Carver]] are on an obbo in a street where a spate of burglaries has taken place. They see a young man, Kevin Boswell, climbing over a wall with a bag full of 50p pieces, and they arrest him for theft. They also take Kevin's girlfriend, Daphne, into the station as there is what looks like stolen goods in her house. Dashwood is positive Boswell is their man, and [[June Ackland|W.P.C. Ackland]] makes a complaint against him when he applies too much pressure to Boswell during interview. Boswell is either really smart and devious or not too bright and living an elaborate fantasy about being a criminal. Dashwood and Carver return to Boswell's flat and find out which...
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*Jon Iles as D.C. Dashwood
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*Mark Wingett as D.C. Carver
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*Trudie Goodwin as W.P.C. Ackland
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*Christopher Ellison as D.I. Burnside
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*Roger Leach as Sgt. Penny
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*Nula Conwell as W.P.C. Martella
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*Larry Dann as Sgt. Peters
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*Mark Powley as P.C. Melvin
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*Graham Cole as P.C. Stamp
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*Jeff Stewart as P.C. Hollis
 
[[Category:1988 Episodes|Taken Into Consideration]]
 
[[Category:1988 Episodes|Taken Into Consideration]]
 
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[[Category:Series 4|Taken Into Consideration]]

Latest revision as of 13:58, April 11, 2018

Taken Into Consideration
83
Episode No.   Series
83 1988x048
Original Airdate
29th December 1988 FlagIcon UK small
Written By
Directed By
Episode Chronology:
Taken Into Consideration is the 83rd episode of The Bill.

D.C. Dashwood and D.C. Carver are on an obbo in a street where a spate of burglaries has taken place. They see a young man, Kevin Boswell, climbing over a wall with a bag full of 50p pieces, and they arrest him for theft. They also take Kevin's girlfriend, Daphne, into the station as there is what looks like stolen goods in her house. Dashwood is positive Boswell is their man, and W.P.C. Ackland makes a complaint against him when he applies too much pressure to Boswell during interview. Boswell is either really smart and devious or not too bright and living an elaborate fantasy about being a criminal. Dashwood and Carver return to Boswell's flat and find out which...


  • Jon Iles as D.C. Dashwood
  • Mark Wingett as D.C. Carver
  • Trudie Goodwin as W.P.C. Ackland
  • Christopher Ellison as D.I. Burnside
  • Roger Leach as Sgt. Penny
  • Nula Conwell as W.P.C. Martella
  • Larry Dann as Sgt. Peters
  • Mark Powley as P.C. Melvin
  • Graham Cole as P.C. Stamp
  • Jeff Stewart as P.C. Hollis
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