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  • Caz virg

    Ashes to ashes: A nice bit of 80's nostalgia and a good supernatural cop drama, Centred around Alex Drake a police women who is shot in 2008 and wakes up in 1981.She joins the local police force,helps solve crimes with a team of coppers lead by sexist and super offensive Gene Hunt.Her modern psychological techniques clash with brute Hunt’s old fashion style of police work.The last episode is great but too sad! :( .I watched this every week and was glued. 3 series 2008-2010

  • Manue Pink

    Ashes to Ashes, series 1 to 3. Awesome 80s soundtrack. Sequel to the 'Life on Mars' series.

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