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Nov 27, Can you help Silentlambs? Help Silentlambs. Silentlambs March. The Lambs Continue to Roar. Roaring lamb. Sep 24, Sep 8, Sep 2, Aug 26, The committee concluded that the final scenes in the toilet block were in breach of the guidelines on harm and offence as they exceeded audience expectations for this series as they depicted a sadistic method of inflicting pain, injury and death.
The BBC had responded to the initial criticism of the episode by saying that it took its responsibility to its audience "extremely seriously" and always tried to "strike the right balance between compelling drama without being unnecessarily graphic".
We acknowledge that certain scenes may have been challenging, but we filmed and presented them in such a way as to make sure that although as a viewer the implication was there, it was never actually shown.
The show has also been criticised for its general quality. Universal then took over the releases beginning with Series 22 on November 20, , and have re-released some earlier seasons this time as individual seasons rather than 2 season editions.
December 11,  Universal. During the early years of the show, series creator McCrery wrote and published a number of tie-in novels relating to the series, following Sam Ryan Amanda Burton and Trevor Stewart William Armstrong , as well as former main character Superintendent Tom Adams John McGlynn , and brand new character DS Stanley Sharman, with Burton generally appearing on the front cover of each novel.
The fifth novel, due to be published in , was placed on indefinite hold, and has never been released. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The team unearth a tragic triple killing, and there is more sorrow for Nikki. S21, Ep3. Pregnant Karen Sawyers is murdered and her blood-stained husband Pete found wandering the streets but DI Naomi Silva turns her attention to Karen's lover, Adam Hayes, who was treating her at his clinic and had arranged for her to have a termination.
Then Adam is also found dead. Clarissa finds evidence that Karen was being blackmailed with threats of Pete getting her medical records.
This leads Naomi and Nikki to hospital head Simon Laing, who tells them a computer hacker calling himself Splinter stole patients' files though Simon kept it quiet for fear of tarnishing S21, Ep4.
With Jason in a coma the police, given his hospital attendance, assume he was Splinter's latest victim though he was not robbed. A known hacker Gary Brockham is arrested and admits to selling hospital files on the dark web whilst Laing must admit his use of a questionable computer system company.
Meanwhile, Nikki investigates the suspicious death of a priest from a local Catholic boys' school, Father Reed, who appears to have been taking drugs for depression at the time of his death.
Looking for evidence at the scene of the mutilated child's body, Harry and Leo discover the badly decomposed body of another young African boy, which continues to spark disagreements between them, resulting in accusations of racial bias dogging their attempts to solve the case.
Meanwhile, the body of another man linked to the priest's murder gives Nikki more leads to follow up, and leads her on a trail of revenge, death and confusion amongst the school.
The cold open uses the hymn Far round the world with tune Woodlands , first sung solo by boy treble Billy Jack Finerty , who is then joined by the catholic school choir which mixes to a young gospel choir to provide the only link between the two otherwise separate stories interwoven in this episode.
Diarmuid Lawrence. An accident involving a lorry and a funeral procession results in the bizarre discovery of two bodies inside a coffin - that of the deceased, Ethel Mortimer, and an unknown young man who suffered from a coke addiction.
Meanwhile, Leo and Nikki's suspicions are aroused during a post mortem on a child, Ellie Harris, who died during a high-risk operation.
When the second body is identified as Jamie Featherstone, the boyfriend of nurse Claire Kizowski, both investigations lead the detectives to a surgeon, Alice Huston, who appears to have a high rate of fatality amongst her patients.
Investigating the possibility that someone on Huston's team is responsible for Jamie's death, Nikki is viciously attacked when she goes to meet Claire in the hospital basement.
As she struggles to remember who attacked her, Harry works hard to discover just what happened to Jamie on the night of his death, and looks into Huston's case files, only to discover that she is being sued by the parents of a deceased patient - Sam Reid.
However, when Harry discovers that Reid's death was down to Huston's registrar, who is also discovered to be an impostor, he soon realises that he may have worked out who is responsible for Jamie's death.
A horrific car crash poses troubling questions for Nikki when she discovers that one of the two victims was the recently released Anna Holland, an accomplice to a particularly brutal murder whom she helped escape a life sentence four years earlier, by providing evidence for the defence.
As it appears she was stabbed before her death, the police attempt to discover who knew the location of the safe house in which she was staying - and who had a strong enough grudge to want her dead.
As the investigation progresses, Nikki re-interviews key witnesses from the original case, and begins to doubt her earlier conclusions. As she prepares to publicly concede that she could have been wrong about Anna's innocence, Leo urges her not to throw her career away while there is still uncertainty - however, her father puts a spanner in the works when he sells Nikki's story to the papers, in order to secure money to clear his debt.
Meanwhile, Harry tries to identify two bodies found buried in the garden of a house, and allotment, owned by a retired Spanish couple.
However, he soon discovers that they are connected to his colleague's troubling case, which may or may not provide the ammunition to either clear or implicate Anna in murder.
Nikki investigates the discovery of human bones on a former Travellers' site and realises they could be the remains of a senior police officer's missing teenage daughter, Clara Young.
However, her forensic analysis raises even greater questions, when she discovers that she has found the remains of two bodies - which casts doubt on the guilt of the chief suspect.
Meanwhile, Harry is assigned to an insurance case that takes a peculiar twist, when it is revealed that the victim may have died of CJD, contracted through a blood transfusion operation in India.
When the main suspect in the investigation into the human remains is murdered, Nikki feels she is being shut out of the case and is left unsure whom to trust.
However, her lone enquiries bring her into greater danger, when she discovers that someone close to the Travellers may be responsible for the killings.
Meanwhile, Harry learns he has been deceived, and believes he has no option but to pursue the truth alone, in an attempt to get justice for the victims of the scam.
Timothy Prager. Keenan is finally caught for statutory rape of the young girl that was murdered, when they test DNA against the child that she was carrying when she was murdered.
However, the gang life goes on without Keenan, when the next leader is seen recruiting a young boy into the group. Things become muddled when Harry sees the Detective Superintendent investigating the murder entering Holly's home after he visited her just a few minutes earlier.
She is later found dead in her bed. An armed police raid at a terraced house in North London sees two suspected terrorists killed, along with a police officer.
Nikki doubts the officers' accounts of events after carrying out the post mortems, as the forensic evidence just does not add up. The case then takes an unexpected turn when it transpires one of the surviving policemen is having an affair with his dead colleague's wife.
Nikki and Harry form a bond as they search for the truth, but accusations fly and paranoia is heightened when another terror suspect dies in hospital.
Meanwhile, Harry uses cutting-edge techniques to uncover the identity of one of the suspected terrorists, and soon discovers, much to his surprise, that she was a police officer, working undercover for the drug squad.
When the body of a member of the Jewish Hasidic community, Yitshok Hassam, is discovered, the team agree to perform a 'dry' post mortem on the victim to respect the wishes of his faith.
A forensic link is found to a group of Polish labourers, but Harry begins to wonder whether the victim's wife is hiding something and decides to carry out a full autopsy to determine the time of death.
When another Jewish body is also found, Harry becomes convinced that his and Yitshok's deaths are linked. DNA testing suggests the killer is Hasidic, but the police refuse to believe the claims and demand that Harry be taken off the case.
However, Nikki decides to stand by her colleague and the pair make some shocking discoveries after re-testing all of the DNA samples.
Dudi Appleton , Jim Keeble. A boy's body is discovered near his school, and a search is launched when the classmate he was last seen with, Liam, is reported missing.
After it transpires the deceased was abused and had traces of an unknown toxic chemical in his body, the youngsters' headmaster, a man who used to teach Nikki, becomes a suspect - and a second corpse is found.
The search for Liam resumes and a link is discovered between the dead schoolboy's stepfather and the missing child. Meanwhile, Nikki performs a post mortem on the second body and finds traces of the same unknown toxin present in the first.
Leo and Harry try to identify and locate the source of the chemical in a bid to find out where Liam is being held and are led to a container hidden in the woods.
The team flies out to Zambia to investigate the death of a doctor, Rachel Gates, who had gone missing two weeks earlier. It transpires that she was volunteering as a practitioner for a mission and had believed a number of refugees died in suspicious circumstances.
Leo and Nikki carry out a post-mortem, but their findings throw the case into disarray. The bones originally thought to be Rachel's are identified as another victim, a local woman, and the search for her body begins.
When Rachel's friend Bethany is found dead inside a nightclub, Nikki is arrested for attempting to carry out a post-mortem on the girl against her mother's wishes.
Harry learns foul play was involved in Bethany's death, and Leo has the local water samples tested - with surprising results. Harry and Nikki are tasked to investigate the death of insurance investigator William Byfield, who appears to have committed suicide by suffocating from fumes from an exhaust pipe piped into his car.
An initial examination appears to confirm that theory, until lab assistant Charlie re-examines the stomach contents, and faints at the smell of cyanide being present - suggesting that the deceased may have been poisoned, not stabbed.
Meanwhile, Leo is confronted by Byfield's replacement, Clare Ambler, after she discovers that Byfield's last case was investigating the untimely death of Stephen Connelly, a healthy middle-aged man.
However, despite his signature being on the post mortem report, Leo has no recollection of ever performing one - and nor is there any record that Connelly's body ever arrived at the Lyell Centre.
Believing that Leo has committed fraud on behalf of the deceased's relatives, Clare has Leo investigated by the police - but her crusade is short lived when Leo is smashed on the back of the head and left for dead outside his house.
It doesn't help the case when Harry and the Connelly widow have an affair. She is briefly suspected of murdering her husband and the situation turns from bad to worse when the body of coroner's assistant David Levin is found in the boot of Connelly's widow's car.
Thaddeus O'Sullivan. Stock banker Bridget Flannery is found dead at the bottom of her stairs. However, with the crime scene having been disturbed by the family's dog and a blundering WPC, Harry and Nikki struggle to decide whether her death was accidental - or if somebody repeatedly struck her over the face, causing her to fall.
Suspicion quickly falls on the victim's husband, media personality Tom Flannery, who has an old grudge with the police, which appears to be the deciding factor in whether or not to charge him with his wife's murder.
In an attempt to prove Tom's innocence, his lawyer asks Nikki to perform a second post mortem - but the results are less than satisfactory for Harry, whose evidence appears to contradict Nikki's point for point.
As the pair are unable to decide cause and motive of death, they find themselves battling it out in a courtroom. But when photos are leaked to the press regarding the death of Flannery's first wife, Nikki starts to doubt her own evidence - and believes that she may have interpreted the case from completely the wrong angle.
Meanwhile, with Leo still recovering from his attack, Harry decides to use the situation to his advantage, and suspecting that the fate of Flannery's first wife Olga, may also lie in Flannery's hands, he persuades Leo to put him in touch with a professor in Prague, only to discover that Olga was also murdered - leaving him in no doubt that Flannery is their chief suspect.
Robb , Frances Tomelty , Diana Hardcastle. Leo's first case on his return to work involves the shattered body of a young woman, Ruth Gardiner, found below a block of derelict flats, having apparently fallen from the roof.
The post-mortem indicates suicide, but Leo realises he missed vital signs when he uncovers evidence that the girl had been shot in the head before being dragged to the roof and thrown off, leading the police to reopen the case.
When DI Neill seems reluctant to pursue the possibility that Ruth may have been an informant for an undercover police officer, Phil Nelson, Leo starts to wonder if Ruth's death is part of a cover-up.
When a gun is found near Ruth's squat, investigations lead Neill to Alex Webb, an employee of a local car dealership.
Harry, meanwhile, is forced to confront some uncomfortable family secrets when an old family friend, Mary Bradburn, shows up at the Lyell Centre for the post-mortem of her husband, James.
Discovering that James had taped a plastic bag over his head in order to suffocate himself, Harry is forced to come to terms with some of his own family revelations, when Nikki persuades him to finally look into the circumstances of his own father's suicide.
Meanwhile, Leo discovers that Phil Nelson is just one of three aliases used by Peter Carmody and realises that he is linked to another two murders - including that of Alex Webb.
Farren Blackburn. When a student suicide occurs on a university campus, Leo liaises with the Dean and investigating officer DC Saich after it emerges the deceased, Jason Renfrew, was the victim of bullying.
Concern grows when a gun and live ammunition are discovered in the dead boy's locker, and the contents from a memory card found in his stomach reveal files containing photos of students, some of whom he named as his tormentors.
Before the team can investigate further, their fears become a horrible reality as one of the main campus buildings comes under attack by a rampaging shooter, trapping Harry and Nikki inside.
All Leo can do is watch helplessly via CCTV security cameras as his colleagues try to help the wounded.
Specialist firearms officers storm the building and find suspected shooter Scott Weston, lying on the floor, with a bullet wound to the head.
As the wounded and dead are wheeled out, Harry stays to help the paramedic attending to Weston. Unable to help, Nikki returns to the pathology lab, but realises she is not alone, when student Neil Corrigan enters the lab and locks the doors behind him.
As Leo starts preliminary post mortems on the victims in a temporary mortuary in the university's sports hall, he soon realises that there were two guns used in the incident.
Meanwhile, with Neil pointing a gun at Nikki, she starts to work out events as he slowly confides in her, and it soon becomes apparent Weston had a much bigger agenda than the shooting - blowing up the entire campus with a number of chemical bombs.
Paul Wilmshurst. Nikki returns to her childhood home in South Africa, after she is hired by a private security firm to investigate the cold case of the disappearance of five young men in the s, known as the Kensington Five.
However, upon excavating the crime scene, she discovers the remains of six bodies, and begins to wonder if the culprit has told everything.
Meanwhile, Harry and Leo are also in Cape Town for a scientific conference, but are waylaid by respective requests to lend their expertise to the examination of a woman's body dragged out of a bay, and the effort to reverse the deportation of a Zimbabwean asylum seeker, Kudzai, who was tortured in her home country.
When Kudzai is recruited by a corrupt immigration official to work at a local brothel, Leo discovers a link between the dead woman from the bay and the owner of the brothel itself.
As Nikki manages to confirm that the skeletons she is asked to examine are the remains of the Kensington Five, she decides to pay a visit to informant Captain Brackenfell - but soon discovers that a corrupt politician, who is a good friend of her ex-business partner, was the man whose information lead to the murders, she is left to make a difficult decision about her love life.
And as Harry and Leo get closer to the truth, they discover that there are plenty of untold, dirty secrets held deep within the African countryside.
The day after Professor Silverlake, a consultant neurologist at the Dartmouth London hospital, raised his voice at three patients for smoking and drinking on the premises, all three are found murdered in their hospital beds.
Silverlake, apparently the last doctor to visit the ward, later goes berserk with a shotgun after he is accused of the killings and is shot dead by a police marksman.
Leo and Harry believe they have a cut and dried case, but when the ward's night nurse is also murdered, realise they could have a cover-up on their hands.
Meanwhile, Nikki is deeply upset at having to perform an autopsy on an eight-year-old girl who is suspected to have been raped and murdered by convicted criminal Jason Bodie, a man upon whom Professor Silverlake once performed live-saving surgery.
Whilst Bodie is committed as unfit to plead, Silverlake's daughter Naomi asks Leo and Harry to help clear her father's name of murder. As Nikki's mental instability over the girls' death worsens, Harry and Leo are forced to get her psychiatric help.
But as the true identity of the perpetrator of all of the murders is discovered, it becomes a race against time to save Nikki's life and prove that Naomi is responsible.
He soon realises, however, that Bentley may have had an accomplice, who is still at large. This is confirmed when investigating officer Sonia Hardwick finds a letter to Bentley from his boyfriend in the original case file, supposedly buried by the original investigating officer, ACC Maynard.
Leo soon deduces that Bentley's lover, Stephen Fisher, may be responsible for all of the murders. He was responsible for Jodie's death, whose body was buried on his parents' ground after killing her when she found out about Stephen and Bentley's secret affair and threatened to tell his mother.
Six weeks later, the sergeant is killed in battle and buried with full honours. He is warned by British diplomat Duncan McBurney to avoid getting entangled in Anna's activities, and when Anna is murdered, suspicion falls on his shoulders, and he is forced to go on the run as the police appear to be in league with the Ukrainian gang he believes are responsible for her death.
Leo arrives from Britain to find Harry, and soon learns that Anna was pregnant. Assisted by Janos, an ex-Communist, Harry arranges to meet Leo at the ferry terminal, but Anna's murderer gets there first, shoots Janos dead and corners Harry.
Leo arrives to hear gunshots and finds a burning body on the promenade. Nikki is soon warned of the trouble and flies out to join the team, however, the police soon identify the burning body as Harry's.
However, soon after, Nikki and Leo receive a mysterious phone message inviting them to a rendezvous. There they find Harry, who tells them how his would-be murderer was accidentally killed, and that he planted his own possessions on the burning body to enable him to evade the police.
The team continue to investigate Anna's murder, and question a prostitute, Marina, in the hope of finding the motive and exposing her killers.
A scam to steal prostitutes' babies and sell them to childless couples is finally revealed, and the police who behaved so suspiciously turn out to be undercover officers involved in catching the villains - whose leader and mastermind turns out to be diplomat McBurney.
James Strong. Nikki, Harry and Leo are called to the Dutch Embassy in the wake of a shooting, in which an unidentified gunman has shot dead three people - police constable Ryan Barlow, Dutch ambassador Peter Van Buren's sister, Trudy, and a third victim, only identified as Van Buren's personal bodyguard.
During the shooting, Van Buren's daughter, Klara, is also injured, and his eight-year-old grandson, and Klara's son, Jack, disappears without trace.
With the revelation that Van Buren's son, Yacoub, also disappeared without trace fifteen years ago, and that his brother, Diedrick, was killed in a car accident three years ago in Nigeria, Nikki starts to believe that one lone assailant may be responsible for the 'curse' that has tainted the Van Buren family for the past several years.
Klara manages to survive her injuries, alongside her boyfriend, and fellow police constable, Craig Whitehead, but her shock revelation that the gunman was in fact none other than her missing sibling, Yacoub, sends the police and the pathologists on a wild goose chase.
However, the news coverage has a strange effect on Van Buren's au pair Mary Olivant, who is later found hanged from a tree on Hampstead Heath, having committed suicide.
And when the case looking into Yacoub's disappearance is re-opened, Nikki discovers that the third victim may not be Van Buren's bodyguard, and the team come close to uncovering a dark family secret - until the Dutch Embassy throw them off the case, and another pathologist, James Sabiston, who trained with Leo and Harry at the Lyell centre, is called in to carry out the postmortems on the deceased police officer, Trudy Van Buren and the questionable identity of the third victim.
When it is discovered that Van Buren's brother Diedrick, who had supposedly died three years ago, is the third victim, the team open a whole can of worms, including the possibility that Van Buren was responsible for the death and disappearance of his son.
The team attend a triple murder at a farmhouse, where the investigating detective, DI Connie James, wastes no time making her presence felt.
The case is proving difficult for Leo, however, whose mind is in turmoil following the suicide of an old friend. Harry persuades Connie to disobey orders and test DNA evidence from the original investigation, and Janet is called in to help build the personality of the female serial killer.
Leo is still troubled by the suicide of his friend Lizzie Frazer, prompting Nikki to dig deeper into the murder of the woman's sister ten years before.
The episode is partly based on the Phantom of Heilbronn case. The double-murder investigation reveals more about the tangled lives of the inhabitants of Magnolia Drive, involving the couple, the husband's brother, the ex-wife, the neighbour and her son.
Harry makes a significant discovery about the dead woman's stepson Charlie, found lying in a coma at the crime scene, whilst uncovering a deep dark family secret which played a part in the sequence of events leading to the deaths.
Meanwhile Leo sets out to recreate the shape of the mystery weapon, with the help of forensic scientist Gill Bailey. Edward Bennett. The team continues the investigations that led Nikki to examine the church he visited as a boy.
Mears is furious that the police have been made aware of the undiscovered bodies and, claiming he knows where to look, he sends Annie out to search for her daughter.
Eventually, he agrees to talk, but only to Nikki. Leo admits to Janet that he no longer loves her anymore.
Leo visits old college friend Sean Delaney at his psychiatric care centre in Essex, where one of the patients, Eve, was found dead in her bed.
Although the coroner ruled a verdict of sudden death syndrome, Delaney is not convinced and asks Leo to investigate.
Suspicion soon falls on the dead girl's father, who has lost the family fortune and his wife — but the pathologist runs into problems when the local detective sergeant gives him a less-than-warm welcome, making it clear she is suspicious of his motives.
The team delves deeper into the circumstances surrounding Eve's death. Leo confronts the girl's mother and comes close to what actually happened the night before her daughter died, while Harry and Nikki track down the nun who performed the exorcism - and are shocked by what they find.
Psychiatrist Sean turns his attention to Eve's brother John, who believes he is also possessed by the demons that haunted his sister - is history about to repeat itself?
Or, more crucially, does anyone care? The gang of pimps uses a mini-cab taxi service as a front. They lure two more young school girls into the business, but one man takes a liking to one, Hannah, and tries to save them both, though he dies while trying to escape with the girls from another man.
When Hannah visits the morgue to see the man who saved her earlier, Nikki attempts to convince her to provide the police with information.
This results in the capture of all except the leader, who is later beaten to death by Shannon's devastated stepfather, who watched the video of her rape on her phone.
Nikki listens to the arguments put forward by forensic scientist Jack Hodgson David Caves to prove to sceptical DS Gold that suspicious circumstances are surrounding the death.
It is learned that Briggs was losing a desperate fight to prevent the sale of his ailing company to investors. Suspicion falls on a "call-girl" seen leaving the hotel, but Briggs' lawyer Annette Kelly reveals that the girl, Deana, is, in fact, Geraldine's daughter, adopted when her mother was sixteen.Deutscher Titel. Gerichtsmedizinerin Dr. Samantha Ryan (Staffel 1–7) Gerichtsmediziner Dr. Leo Dalton (Staffel 8–9) Silent Witness (seit Staffel 13). Silent Witness. Produktionsland. S21, Ep I have access to this series through my Hulu subscription and didn't intend to purchase an episode from so many years ago. Sign in to see videos available to you. Wenn er es doch tut, greift ein ansonsten im Hintergrund verbleibender Zeuge der Performance ein. The memorable oak near the church is still there, it is still Em Unentschieden silent witness of the past as well Spielle the presence. Ihre Suche nach der Wahrheit hat oft etwas Www.Spider Solitär.De, fast Obsessives.