Endeavour (2012– )
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As campaigning for the 1970 general election gets underway in Oxford, racial tensions escalate in the city and a clash between two young rival gangs results in tragedy.

Director:

Zam Salim

Writers:

Colin Dexter (characters by), Russell Lewis (written and devised by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caroline O'Neill ... Win Thursday
Flora London Flora London ... Bridget Mulcahy
Jason Merrells ... Martin Gorman
Harki Bhambra ... Bobby Singh
Buom Tihngang ... Johnny Simba
Graeme Stevely ... Adrian Sloane (as Graeme 'Grado' Stevely)
Ted Robbins Ted Robbins ... Stanley Nayle
Roger Allam ... DCI Fred Thursday
Carol Royle ... Mrs. Bright
Sia Alipour ... Dr. Farook Sardar
Anton Lesser ... Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright
William Allam William Allam ... Gary Rogers
Madhav Sharma Madhav Sharma ... Uqbah Sardar
Pal Aron Pal Aron ... Rafiq Sardar
Sean Rigby ... DS Jim Strange
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As campaigning for the 1970 general election gets underway in Oxford, racial tensions escalate in the city and a clash between two young rival gangs results in tragedy.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Release Date:

16 February 2020 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

For only the second time in the entire series thus far, Endeavour Morse is briefly seen smoking. See more »

Goofs

Strange recognises the dead Aziz as the man who delivered his Indian takeaway on the night he was murdered. However, Morse has completed a check of the list of delivery addresses in which Strange's obviously did not feature. See more »

Quotes

Martin Gorman: [questioned about a murder] Always glad to help the police force of Her Majesty the Queen.
DCI Fred Thursday: I'm sure Her Majesty is very grateful, sir.
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References Le Mans (1971) See more »

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Not a true Endeavour
20 February 2020 | by srekashevSee all my reviews

What a disaster. Those who filmed the episode didn't get it at all what the whole thing is about with Endeavour / Morse / Lewis stories. All what Thursday, Morse, Strange do and say is completely out of their characters. The story is gruesome but has no intrigue or suspense in it at all. The dialogues are glaringly artificial and banal, sometimes even meaningless. I am sure Colin Dexter would have not approved the episode. Just skip this episode to avoid disappointment. And let's just hope the next one will be back to classic Endeavour style.


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