Season 5 Episode 14

Sitting Off the Dock of the Bay

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Dec 03, 1995 on ITV
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Sitting Off the Dock of the Bay
Blaketon receives complaints about rock music being broadcast from a pirate radio station. Nick and Phil who have been enjoying the music, reluctantly seek out the station which is broadcasting from a ship at sea. But they are pleased to discover it is out past the 3 mile limit. Nick, Gina, Phil and Maggie go to a club one night where Maggie's brother is working as a DJ, he is also the DJ on the pirate radio ship. Things take a different turn when Maggie's brother discovers that some of the people he's working with are distributing LSD. Joe Norten is back in Aidensfield after doing time for arson, but he is doing his best to go straight. His friends however tempt him into trying the LSD which makes him fall off a building to his death. Nick goes undercover as a DJ to investigate. The ship moves back into the 3 mile limit and the dealers are caught, but Nick lets the pirate radio continue! Blaketon is annoyed when the evidence he had against Greengrass for making whisky goes up in smoke!moreless

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    William Simons

    William Simons

    PC/Alf Ventress

    Derek Fowlds

    Derek Fowlds

    Sgt./Oscar Blaketon (1992-)

    Bill Maynard

    Bill Maynard

    Claude Jeremiah Greengrass (1992-2000)

    Stuart Golland

    Stuart Golland

    George Ward (1992-1996)

    Nick Berry

    Nick Berry

    PC/Sergeant Nick Rowan (1992-1998)

    Tricia Penrose

    Tricia Penrose

    Gina Ward (1993-2003, 2003)

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      • Music:
        'Stranger On The Shore' Acker Bilk (1961)
        'Wild Thing' The Troggs (1966)
        'Dedicated Follower Of Fashion' The Kinks (1966)
        'Keep On Running' Spencer Davis Group (1965)
        'Do You Love Me' Brian Poole And The Tremeloes (1963)
        'You Really Got Me' The Kinks (1964)
        'Mellow Yellow' Donovan (1967)
        'Silence Is Golden' The Tremeloes (1967)
        'All Or Nothing' The Small Faces (1966)
        'On A Carousel' The Hollies (1967)
        'Pretty Flamingo' Manfred Man (1966)
        'Hole In My Shoe' Traffic (1967)
        'Albatross' Fleetwood Mac (1969)
        'Waterloo Sunset' The Kinks (1967)
        'Lily The Pink' Scaffold (1968)
        'On The Beach' Cliff Richard (1964)
        'House Of The Rising Sun' The Animals (1964)
        'If You Gotta Go Go Now' Manfred Man (1965)

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