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Undertone: Part 2 

As Nikki tries to explain to Alice's father of her drug involvement Martin Carrisford, the witness to Alice's murder, is also slain. Humadi threatens Nuri to locate the missing drugs though... See full summary »

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Nicholas Renton
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Episode credited cast:
Emilia Fox ... Dr. Nikki Alexander
David Caves ... Jack Hodgson
Richard Lintern ... Dr. Thomas Chamberlain
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Matthew Ashforde Matthew Ashforde ... DS Colin Hart
Michael Bertenshaw Michael Bertenshaw ... Doug Beale
Liz Carr ... Clarissa Mullery
Morven Christie ... DS Sally Kirchner
Fady Elsayed ... Nuri Kavur
Sean Gallagher ... DI John Brooke
Akin Gazi ... Bekir Humadi
Ruth Gemmell ... Ellie Brooke
Alex Hassell ... Simon Turner
Lloyd Hutchinson ... William Preston
Barrie Martin ... Cameraman
Jane McGrath Jane McGrath ... Alice Preston
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As Nikki tries to explain to Alice's father of her drug involvement Martin Carrisford, the witness to Alice's murder, is also slain. Humadi threatens Nuri to locate the missing drugs though he denies killing Alice. Nuri is shocked to find that Brooke and his wife have Alice's baby . Brooke assures Nuri he does not know where the drugs are but Nuri steals the baby, taking it to Humadi to use as bargaining power with Brooke for the drugs or their value. Having accidentally discovered the drugs Brooke goes to broker a deal with Humadi, sacrificing Nuri, who is killed. Brooke is prepared to arrest Humadi but Jack works out who really murdered Alice and Carrisford and why. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 January 2014 (UK) See more »

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Gripping, with some big characters.
26 October 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

Undertone concludes with a gripping, twisted episode, which is equally as dramatic and macabre as the first.

One gripe, the last two parter had a corrupt officer, and we get more of the same here again, they should have split the transmission date possibly, a little guilty of over egging the pudding as it were.

Minor gripe done, this was a fantastic episode, so much packed in, great dialogue, great characters, and some hugely memorable scenes, one in particular where Jack uses his cage fighting skills to good use.

David Caves hit the ground running from the very first, he's terrific here, and his character hasn't veered off, he's still challenging, confrontational, and not afraid to say what he thinks. Some truly great guest performances here, Shaun Gallagher and Ruth Gemmell are terrific, but the stand out for me again is Akin Gazi, who makes Bekir so utterly loathsome, yet powerful and believable as a character, he was terrific.

Another cracking episode from a terrific series. 9/10


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