No Offence. Image shows from L to R: D.I. Vivienne Deering (Joanna Scanlan), D.S. Joy Freers (Alexandra Roach). Copyright: AbbottVision
No Offence

No Offence

  • TV comedy drama
  • Channel 4
  • 2015 - 2018
  • 21 episodes (3 series)

Comedy drama created by Paul Abbott which follows a police team who are trying to keep Manchester's streets clean of crime. Stars Joanna Scanlan, Alexandra Roach, Elaine Cassidy, Paul Ritter, Will Mellor and more.

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Series 2, Episode 4

Tensions run high between Joy, Dinah and Deering as they look at the possibility of the Attahs' operations stretching to the collusion of one of their own Friday Street team.

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Tensions run high between Joy, Dinah and Deering as they look at the possibility of the Attahs' operations stretching to the collusion of one of their own Friday Street team. An urgent search ensues when a father reports his teenage daughter as missing. And the case grows even more complicated when the cops discover the girl has clearly been groomed on line.

Broadcast details

Date
Wednesday 25th January 2017
Time
9pm
Channel
Channel 4
Length
60 minutes

Repeats

Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Friday 27th January 2017 1:10am 4seven
Saturday 28th January 2017 2:35am C4

Cast & crew

Cast
Joanna Scanlan D.I. Vivienne Deering
Alexandra Roach D.S. Joy Freers
Elaine Cassidy D.C. Dinah Kowalska
Paul Ritter Randolph Miller
Will Mellor D.C. Spike Tanner
Claudia Adshead Donna Calvert
Ste Johnston P.C. Jonah Mitchell
Neet Mohan P.C. Taz Ahmed
Tom Varey P.C. Stuart O'Connell
Saira Choudhry P.C. Tegan Thompson
Sarah Solemani Detective Chief Inspector Christine Lickberg
Charlie May-Clark Cathy Calvert
Rakie Ayola Nora Attah
Zackary Momoh Manni Attah
Felix Scott Sgt Ewan Murray
Conor MacNeill Gavin Nuttle
Guest cast
Rob Jarvis Gary Hislop
Charlotte Dowson Ella Hislop
Jennifer Hennessy Michelle Hislop
Harriet Cains Sally Hislop
Joel Morris Vincent Jepson
Beth Bainbridge Natasha Jepson
Rikki Chamberlain Gregory Monkford
Emma Tierney Sally's Friend
Writing team
Adam Lebovits Script Editor
Jimmy Dowdall Writer
Production team
Sarah O'Gorman Director
Simon Meyers Producer
Martin Carr Executive Producer
Paul Abbott Executive Producer
Ben Drury Editor
Andrew Purcell Production Designer
Sarah Crowe Casting Director
Louise Allen Costume Designer
Tony Coldwell Director of Photography
Lesley Brennan Make-up Designer
Vince Pope Composer
Ursula Haworth 1st Assistant Director

Video

The Detectives Are Tricked

The team find out they have a mole, and that they've been tricked by their presumed ally in Nora's gang.

Featuring: Joanna Scanlan (D.I. Vivienne Deering), Alexandra Roach (D.S. Joy Freers), Elaine Cassidy (D.C. Dinah Kowalska), Will Mellor (D.C. Spike Tanner), Tom Varey (P.C. Stuart O'Connell), Zackary Momoh (Manni Attah) & Felix Scott (Sgt Ewan Murray).

Press

Paul Abbott's bawdy crime drama juggernaut rolls on and tensions are running high down at the Friday Street station. This week, there's division between Dinah (Elaine Cassidy), Joy (Alexandra Roach) and the boss who you wouldn't dare mess with, Deering (Joanna Scanlan). There's suspicion that the Attahs might be colluding with one of the team, and there's another case to crack when a dad reports his daughter missing and the search uncovers sinister online activity.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 25th January 2017

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