After the shocking and highly graphic killings of last weeks episode (which quite frankly left us speechless as we were definitely not expecting it) and the final moment revelation that DI Gabriel has a second life lines up what is in store for Episode Four. It’s all highly convoluted once again, customs officer Beatty is on the trail of Wrattan and shows Gabriel the case he has assembled so far – things hot up when Beatty arrests Stephen who is one of Bob Harris’s main men.
Bede is less than impressed when Harris calls off their impending drugs deal especially when Harris makes it plain he thinks it is Jay’s fault his drugs line has been caught. But it seems all roads lead to Gatehouse at the minute.
As brilliant as The Shadow Line is, and make no mistake it is brilliant there is a genuine air of unpleasantness surrounding the whole thing. Especially where Gatehouse and Wratten are concerned, this episode sees more nastiness when Gatehouse pays a visit to the missing money man Glickmans daughter-in-law and her young child. So be warned…
UK / BBC Two / 1×60 minute episodes / Broadcast Thursday 26 May 2011 @ 9.00pm
Writer and Director: Hugo Blick
Series: The Shadow Line Episode Four (of 7)
CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON as Joseph Bede
RAFE SPALL as Jay Wratten
CHIWETEL EJIOFOR as Jonah Gabriel
STEPHEN REA as Gatehouse
RICHARD LINTERN as Patterson
ROBERT PUGH as Bob Harris
KIERSTON WAREING as Lia Honey
LESLEY SHARP as Julie Bede
MALCOLM STORRY as Maurice Crace
TOBIAS MENZIES as Ross McGovern
SEAN GILDER as Robert Beatty
EVE BEST as Petra Mayler
NICHOLAS JONES as Commander Penney
FREDDIE FOX as Ratallack
CLARE CALBRAITH as Laura Gabriel
CAVAN CLERKIN as Leonard Glickman
AGNI SCOTT as Alison
CHRISTOPHER ADAMSON as Richards
ALASTAIR GALBRAITH as Police Constable Tiballs
SASHA BEHAR as Laing
MARTIN DELANEY as Male Reporter
PENNY DOWNIE as Caroline Monroe
AMELIA LOWDELL as Freida Glickman
SAMUEL JAMES as Marshall
MUNIR KHAIRDAN as Stephen’s Lawyer
WILLIAM RUANE as Stephen
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