Feel The Force. Image shows from L to R: Sally Frank (Rosie Cavaliero), Sally Bobbins (Michelle Gomez), Sergeant Beesley (Leigh Zimmerman). Copyright: Catherine Bailey Productions Limited.

Feel The Force

BBC Two sitcom about two policewomen. 6 episodes (1 series) in 2006. Stars Michelle Gomez, Rosie Cavaliero, Leigh Zimmerman, Jamie Michie and Emun Elliott.

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