Series 1, Episode 5
Nitin is getting a haircut, because Nat's fixed him up with a date and Nitin badly 'wants some'. Meanwhile, PC Harris calls an Emergency Strategy Meeting at Children's Services.
Nitin is getting a haircut, because Nat's fixed him up with a date and Nitin badly 'wants some'. Meanwhile, PC Harris calls an Emergency Strategy Meeting at Children's Services. Two teenage girls have gone missing: Syrian orphans brought up as atheists but who have recently started to wear hijabs. And they've left a long, rambling note for their worried foster parents. PC Harris reckons it's an ISIS sleeper cell. While Harris deploys all his resources, Martin offers to pop to the shops so he can look for them.
- Tuesday 25th October 2016
- Channel 4
- 30 minutes
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|Saturday 26th August 2017
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As if the welfare of children wasn't already demanding enough for Rose, caring for her elderly mother at home piles on further pressure as this downbeat but likable Jo Brand sitcom continues. Meanwhile, at the office, a pair of Muslim teens go missing from their foster home. The police officer tasked with tracing the pair seems determined to channel Jack Bauer, while Al remains convinced that more traditional teen behaviour is to blame.
Mark Gibbings-Jones, The Guardian, 25th October 2016