Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow is the 204th episode of The Bill
D.I. Burnside brings in a van of party goers involved with drugs. D.C. Lines comes up to tell Burnside he has to meet a snout, and hears him trying D.S. Greig's clarinet. The snout is in hospital following a stroke. His daughter has problems accepting what her father does. He dies in hospital. Burnside talks to a man who has lost 30 leather coats. W.P.C. Martella is going undercover in his factory. She is offered a dope cigarette and, after the operation, recruits the dealer as a snout. The boss's son is very interested in her. D.S. Roach and W.P.C. Ackland interview a girl who had Class A drugs in her possession. She refuses to reveal her identity, but her father is a commander in the Met. Ch. Supt. Brownlow, who has known the family for a long time, is still going to charge the girl even if it means her father's career is ruined.
Louise Lombard guest stars as Susan Peterfield in this episode.
- Peter Ellis as Ch. Supt. Brownlow
- Christopher Ellison as D.I. Burnside
- Tony Scannell as D.S. Roach
- Andrew Mackintosh as D.S. Greig
- Kevin Lloyd as D.C. Lines
- Mark Wingett as D.C. Carver
- Nula Conwell as W.P.C. Martella
- Trudie Goodwin as W.P.C. Ackland
- Vikki Gee-Dare as W.P.C. Ford
- Ben Roberts as Ch. Insp. Conway
- Roger Leach as Sgt. Penny
- Larry Dann as Sgt. Peters