Z-Cars Series 6
Z-Cars Series 6
First Air Date: March 06, 1967
|First Aired on||:||1967|
6x416 Territory (June 24, 1971)
A man quietly enjoying the local playground; a crowd noisily enjoying the local pub. Elsewhere work and much activity - police activity.
6x415 No Job For A Woman (June 10, 1971)
Alec Quilley's girl friend drives a taxi at night - when there are some dodgy people about.
6x414 Penny Wise (June 03, 1971)
Do 'holidays in the sun' link a toaster sold in a pub and a woman losing her cheque book?
6x413 Cars (May 27, 1971)
For the 'mobile' police everything and anything can happen on a tour of duty. And it does!
6x412 Lawbreakers (May 20, 1971)
A man is brought in for something petty, but he refuses to speak. Is he covering up for something bigger? Then another man is brought in.
6x411 The Find (May 13, 1971)
Gold! Mention it and their eyes go green with envy. Offer it and you get clutching hands.
6x410 The Taker (May 06, 1971)
Patten has a record. He takes what he wants, and if someone gets in the way... So Patten goes to this club. Smedley goes to hospital. So Sgt. Stone goes after Patten.
6x409 Say Two Hellos (April 29, 1971)
Skinner meets two women. He helps them for different reasons.
6x408 System (April 22, 1971)
A lad walks into Newtown police station. A scared lad, who has information. So Sgt. Stone goes visiting.
6x407 Bad Tuesday (April 13, 1971)
Quiet Mr. Potter's wife and daughter have disappeared.
6x406 It Can Get To Be A Habit Part 2 (April 06, 1971)
""The word may go round that the police aren't hard on this patch. They need to be shown that we are"".
6x405 It Can Get To Be A Habit Part 1 (April 05, 1971)
6x404 Kid's Stuff (March 30, 1971)
6x403 Influence Part 2 (March 23, 1971)
Perjury and corruption in the police force. Sgt. Stone talks about blackmail to Rachel, to Lil and to Superintendent Khan.
6x402 Influence Part 1 (March 22, 1971)
6x401 Little Girl Lost Part 2 (March 16, 1971)
6x400 Little Girl Lost Part 1 (March 15, 1971)
6x399 The Snoozer Part 2 (March 09, 1971)
And then there's the one about the commercial traveller, who works when everyone else has gone to bed...
6x398 The Snoozer Part 1 (March 08, 1971)
6x397 Hold Up Part 2 (March 02, 1971)
A cafe and someone waiting, wearing a stocking mask and carrying a a gun. Two suspects, two detectives and a tough interrogation. But then there is another hold-up.
6x396 Hold Up Part 1 (March 01, 1971)
6x395 Triangle Squared Part 2 (February 23, 1971)
PC Covill's in dead trouble. He doesn't realise how much until Z-Victor One is involved in a car chase. A man with a record of violence comes the the station to report a murder.
6x394 Triangle Squared Part 1 (February 22, 1971)
6x393 Make Yourself At Home Part 2 (February 16, 1971)
""There's a sinister feller in a mac outside my flat,"" came the call. Another villain in Newtown? Maureen's heading straight for trouble and Lionel's not far behind.
6x392 Make Yourself At Home Part 1 (February 15, 1971)
6x391 The More We Are Together Part 2 (February 09, 1971)
Newtown gets a new policeman and an unusual do-it-yourself expert. Mrs. Manley gets a shock, and so does Inspector Goss when he reconstructs the crime.
6x390 The More We Are Together Part 1 (February 08, 1971)
6x389 Love's A Dead Lumber Part 2 (February 02, 1971)
Roy Gannon's out of prison and he's making for Newtown. His ex-wife's there - and so is Skinner
6x388 Love's A Dead Lumber Part 1 (February 01, 1971)
6x387 By-Pass Part 2 (January 26, 1971)
A new Detective-Sergeant and Stone's old undetected crime. Something to be uncovered. A vehicle again waits near the by-pass for a victim. Another victim just waits.
6x386 By-Pass Part 1 (January 25, 1971)
6x385 Nobody Wins, Nobody Loses Part 2 (January 19, 1971)
Night duty... Newcombe and Skinner... Promotion... and trouble. Then the promotion comes out in orders and Newtown loses a policeman.
6x384 Nobody Wins, Nobody Loses Part 1 (January 18, 1971)
A promotion cause commotion in Newtown...
6x383 Right Of Way Part 2 (January 12, 1970)
Charles Warren doesn't care how he gets people away from his property. But if he breaks the law... At the station they are far too busy to worry about the promotion rumours that are going round.
6x382 Right Of Way Part 1 (January 11, 1971)
6x381 Prevention Part 2 (January 05, 1970)
Detective Sergeant Bickford infiltrates a gang of villains and gets a jobâ€”as a murderer. (Part 2 of 2)
6x380 Prevention Part 1 (January 04, 1971)
6x379 Let Nothing You Dismay (December 29, 1970)
Quilley and a milk float... Bagpipes... A hangover... A baby.
6x378 Christmas Is Coming Part 2 (December 22, 1970)
Some people take Christmas very very seriously. They steal twice as much. Bert Lynch is a victim - for the second time.
6x377 Christmas Is Coming Part 1 (December 21, 1970)
6x376 Playing For Keeps Part 2 (December 15, 1970)
Teenagers need adventure and a change of scene just as much as adults. But the adventure turns sour for Anne as she realises that it isn't a game.
6x375 Playing For Keeps Part 1 (December 14, 1970)
6x374 Strictly Cash Part 2 (December 08, 1970)
There's one born every minute! And nobody knows that better than the tallyman. Billy and Moira intend to stay in Newtown, but Sgt. Lynch has other ideas.
6x373 Strictly Cash Part 1 (December 07, 1970)
6x372 Stop Over Part 2 (December 01, 1970)
John Glass has returned to the North for more than just a 'quiet life'. And Inspector Goss knows it. As events come to a head Goss decides to keep Glass at the station to stew for a while.
6x371 Stop Over Part 1 (November 30, 1970)
6x370 A Little Woman Part 2 (November 24, 1970)
Bert Lynch tries to help Dixie Conlan's widow to go on living. Jack Streeter's no good for her and Lynch knows it. But does Maggie?
6x369 A Little Woman Part 1 (November 23, 1970)
6x368 A Very High Rocket Part 2 (November 17, 1970)
Never stick your neck out, that's good advice. But what do you do if you suspect someone - look the other way? Alec Quilley gets tired of having mud slung and takes some action of his own.
6x367 A Very High Rocket Part 1 (November 16, 1970)
6x366 Have You Seen Davie Richards? Part 2 (November 10, 1970)
A man has been given a day's unescorted parole from prison. But that was a year ago and he hasn't been seen since. To Goss and Stone falls the task of searching for him.
6x365 Have You Seen Davie Richards? Part 1 (November 09, 1970)
6x364 Whatever Happened To The Glory Boy? Part 2 (November 03, 1970)
Joe Hart's out of the spotlight now, but some people still remember him. Others would sooner forget.
6x363 Whatever Happened To The Glory Boy? Part 1 (November 02, 1970)
6x362 Off With The Motley Part 2 (October 27, 1970)
A clown is supposed to make children laugh, but he doesn't have to like them. But can you have a circus without one of the clowns?
6x361 Off With The Motley Part 1 (October 26, 1970)
6x360 Talking To An Elephant Part 2 (October 20, 1970)
A circus comes to Newtown. It attracts the public - and trouble.
6x359 Talking To An Elephant Part 1 (October 19, 1970)
6x358 The Senior Partner Part 2 (October 13, 1970)
Frank Livesey is an ex-prisoner who is getting on a bit. And easy money is hard to come by when you're nearly past it.
6x357 The Senior Partner Part 1 (October 12, 1970)
6x356 A Big Shadow Part 2 (October 06, 1970)
Gerald has been discharged from a mental hospital after thirty years and he has a record of violence. Now two men have been attacked.
6x355 A Big Shadow Part 1 (October 05, 1970)
6x354 The Other Arm Of The Law Part 2 (September 22, 1970)
Roy and Mary Chadwick are looking for people who can be persuaded to part with their money. And they've found an ideal victim.
6x353 The Other Arm Of The Law Part 1 (September 21, 1970)
6x352 A Lot Of Fuss For 15 Quid Part 2 (September 15, 1970)
Sheila Ashton has a neat line in petty thefts. She also has a partner in crime - a twelve year old child.
6x351 A Lot Of Fuss For 15 Quid Part 1 (September 14, 1970)
6x350 Who's Sylvia Then Part 2 (September 08, 1970)
Brian Bennett talks about someone called Sylvia. He implies something terrible might have happened to the girl. Although they have no evidence that the girl ever existed the police mount a search for Sylvia.
6x349 Who's Sylvia Then Part 1 (September 07, 1970)
Brian Bennett talks about someone called Sylvia. He implies something might have happened to the girl. Although they have no evidence that the girl ever existed the police mount a search for Sylvia.
6x348 To Ray - Love Anne Part 2 (August 29, 1970)
Raymond Pritchard doesn't have much to say for himself. Maybe he's got something to hide. Skinner has a lot of questions for Pritchard - and he wants a few answers.
6x347 To Ray - Love Anne Part 1 (August 28, 1970)
6x346 Give And Take Part 2 (August 25, 1970)
Saturday afternoon is a time for football and weddings. People are expecting a good match. But not everyone IS a good match.
6x345 Give And Take Part 1 (August 24, 1970)
6x344 Bottoms Up For The Walking Dead Part 2 (August 18, 1970)
The Ramp is a wasteland - it is a dangerous area to be in at night alone. Doc is a native of The Ramp, and by helping the police has put himself in immediate danger.
6x343 Bottoms Up For The Walking Dead Part 1 (August 17, 1970)
6x342 Weekend With Sally Part 2 (August 11, 1970)
John Meaker reports his wife missing. Because of the disturbing circumstances the search is not an easy one.
6x341 Weekend With Sally Part 1 (August 10, 1970)
6x340 I wouldn't give you tuppence... Part 2 (August 04, 1970)
A load of railway telephone wire is 'knocked off' Newtown's scrap metal merchants are questioned and something is revealed. A bobby is taking bribes.
6x339 I wouldn't give you tuppence... Part 1 (August 03, 1970)
6x338 Missile Mile Part 2 (July 28, 1970)
A car crashes on the motorway but this is no ordinary accident. Goss thinks he is chasing someone who is lonely, brooding and probably violent. Maybe even a nutcase.
6x337 Missile Mile Part 1 (July 27, 1970)
6x336 The Helpers Part 2 (July 21, 1970)
Church doors are open to everyone. Solace is always available - but church property isn't. The police are seeking a thief with a grudge - against religion.
6x335 The Helpers Part 1 (July 20, 1970)
6x334 By Bread Alone Part 2 (July 14, 1970)
An old woman is attacked and robbed and there seem to be no witnesses. Only Pearson was in a position to see anything, but there is something strange about him.
6x333 By Bread Alone Part 1 (July 13, 1970)
6x332 A Couple Of Comic Turns Part 2 (July 07, 1970)
Bernard Spencer enjoys newspaper publicity of his crimes, but what lengths will he go to to obtain such publicity? He is staying at the Orchard Hotel. And members of the police force are there too - on unofficial business.
6x331 A Couple Of Comic Turns Part 1 (July 06, 1970)
6x330 Couldn't Happer To A Nicer Girl Part 2 (June 02, 1970)
June Frazer is brought in for theft; her father is brought in for drunkenness and the police find a frightened woman.
6x329 Couldn't Happer To A Nicer Girl Part 1 (June 01, 1970)
6x328 If You Can't Beat 'Em Part 2 (May 26, 1970)
Money is missing in a shop. Nield is pushed for cash and he's an ex-convict.
6x327 If You Can't Beat 'Em Part 1 (May 25, 1970)
6x326 One Bad Apple Part 2 (May 19, 1970)
Stolen goods which have disappeared; a search warrant that is useless. The villains are laughing at Newtown police - they have an informer within the ranks of the Law. Supt. Oakley suspects a member of the Newtown force.
6x325 One Bad Apple Part 1 (May 18, 1970)
6x324 Night Out Part 2 (May 12, 1970)
Two young brothers are drowned in a canal. Newcombe, Quilley and Skinner are there on a night out. Like others they want to forget their job for a while, but the evening has gone sour.
6x323 Night Out Part 1 (May 11, 1970)
6x322 A Quiet Sort Of Lad Part 2 (May 05, 1970)
Johnny Marsh is an isolated teenager: he thinks alone, thinks of the past. A little thing, and something snaps. His obsession leads him into crime and violence. The police have to trace that obsession - back into the past.
6x321 A Quiet Sort Of Lad Part 1 (May 04, 1970)
6x320 It's Only A Game Part 2 (April 28, 1970)
The 'Stiffs' - Newtown's local soccer team - have relegation problems. The last thing they need is malicious attacks from the public. The latest act of wilful damage leaves the police wondering. There are plenty of suspects and plenty of motives, but is that enough?
6x319 It's Only A Game Part 1 (April 27, 1970)
6x318 In And Out Part 4 (April 21, 1970)
An old lag agrees to deliver a message on his release from prison. His son is on the run from Borstal and trouble is their way of life.
6x317 In And Out Part 3 (April 20, 1970)
6x316 In And Out Part 2 (April 14, 1970)
6x315 In And Out Part 1 (April 13, 1970)
6x314 Cruising For Burglars Part 2 (April 07, 1970)
A Liverpool City policeman is shot. Newtown police learn that the two men responsible could be heading for their patch, still carrying the gun. The two men are tired, frightened and dangerous.
6x313 Cruising For Burglars Part 1 (April 06, 1970)
6x312 A Right Tommy Kelly Do Part 2 (March 24, 1970)
The Brice brothers run Clyde Street. There are frequent beatings-up but no witnesses. Then PC Quilley is invited to a wedding by a member of the Brice fraternity. There is another beating-up at the wedding and Quilley is called before Goss to explain his association with known villains.
6x311 A Right Tommy Kelly Do Part 1 (March 23, 1970)
6x310 Eleanor Rigby Slept Here Part 2 (March 17, 1970)
Helen Carter, a nervous woman, has lived alone for too long. Then she has a 'visitor', a man who stands outside her door each night. While trying to trace the 'visitor' Lynch finds himself involved with the woman herself.
6x309 Eleanor Rigby Slept Here Part 1 (March 16, 1970)
6x308 A Day Like Every Day Part 2 (March 10, 1970)
""Squirts the window catch with an oil can first, then uses a knife. Vernon's style. One day he'll probably come face to face with a householder - what happens then?""
6x307 A Day Like Every Day Part 1 (March 09, 1970)
6x306 For Old Time's Sake Part 2 (March 03, 1970)
There have been two armed wage snatches within a couple of weeks, both of a similar pattern. Police believe it to be the work of one team. But then there is a third robbery, distinctly different from the other two.
6x305 For Old Time's Sake Part 1 (March 02, 1970)
6x304 Nice Bit O' Stuff Part 2 (February 24, 1970)
Under the new act couples can marry at eighteen, but there are still strong family traditions. ""Wait till you're twenty-one - key of the door"". But not for Valma Yorke.
6x303 Nice Bit O' Stuff Part 1 (February 23, 1970)
6x302 All Coppers Are Nanas Part 2 (February 17, 1970)
There's a lot of old villains in the new flats at Alexander House. On cold nights, with the lifts out of order, they tend to stay in - but not the younger ones. Micky Pye, for instance.
6x301 All Coppers Are Nanas Part 1 (February 16, 1970)
6x300 Infamous Conduct Part 2 (February 10, 1970)
A struck-off doctor cannot prescribe drugs or medicine and cannot sign a death certificate. What would such a doctor do if old friends and sympathisers came to him for help?
6x299 Infamous Conduct Part 1 (February 09, 1970)
6x298 Lost Part 2 (February 03, 1970)
A nine year old by is lost on Moor Top while helping his 'uncle' look for strayed sheep. Rough weather, fading light - and another complication perhaps more serious, the boy's 'uncle' himself.
6x297 Lost Part 1 (February 02, 1970)
6x296 Threats And Menaces Part 2 (January 27, 1970)
Frank Caunce, crippled by a roof fall during the course of an arrest by Sgt. Stone, has been released from prison. Stone feels that his disability should keep him quiet, but...
6x295 Threats And Menaces Part 1 (January 26, 1970)
6x294 No Questions Asked Part 2 (January 20, 1970)
With a sharp increase in petty theft having been recorded, Stone and Goss are anxious to get the top man. A policeman with the local nickname 'Mr. Fixit' comes in for heavy scrutiny.
6x293 No Questions Asked Part 1 (January 19, 1970)
6x292 They Call It Justice Part 2 (January 13, 1970)
A child is badly injured in a road accident, a job for Traffic, not Crime. But Sgt. Lynch has a personal interest in this particular accident.
6x291 They Call It Justice Part 1 (January 12, 1970)
6x290 Tune On A Bent Trumpet Part 2 (January 06, 1970)
DI Bowen, once DI Goss's superior officer, has been accused of discreditable conduct and he wants Goss to help him. But the Newtown force has another problem on its plate - an escaped prisoner armed with a shotgun.
6x289 Tune On A Bent Trumpet Part 1 (January 05, 1970)
6x288 Score To Settle Part 2 (December 30, 1969)
A new police constable, Joe Skinner, is assigned to the crime cars. Kardar, a Hungarian and an expert with explosives, has a score to settle with a certain policeman.
6x287 Score To Settle Part 1 (December 29, 1969)
6x286 The Best Day Of The Year Part 2 (December 23, 1969)
A quiet sort of Christmas. People on the move, relaxed. Bannerman goes to the theatre, DI Goss to a private do. Sgt. Lynch is on his way home for the holiday. And Buzz Bentley, hard nut from London, has come to Newtown.
6x285 The Best Day Of The Year Part 1 (December 22, 1969)
6x284 Barricade Part 2 (December 16, 1969)
6x283 Barricade Part 1 (December 15, 1969)
6x282 None The Worse Part 4 (December 09, 1969)
A woman is found dead. The police get a description of the man responsible, then his name, Gleeson - the Crown's principal witness for a similar murder eight years ago.
6x281 None The Worse Part 3 (December 08, 1969)
6x280 None The Worse Part 2 (December 02, 1969)
6x279 None The Worse Part 1 (December 01, 1969)
6x278 Quiet Day Part 2 (November 25, 1969)
Three honest citizens, strangers to each other, decide almost simultaneously to take the town apart. Spontaneous acts, in three separate places, yet all at the same time.
6x277 Quiet Day Part 1 (November 24, 1969)
6x276 Two For The Record Part 2 (November 18, 1969)
A man and his wife report the theft of a strange assortment of objects from their home, and they want the thief, their son, brought to justice.
6x275 Two For The Record Part 1 (November 17, 1969)
6x274 A Right Cock-n-Bull Story Part 2 (November 11, 1969)
Sgt. Stone, with Bannerman and Newcombe, goes to the City Airport to investigate a bomb hoax. No bomb is found, but the police discover something else that is just as explosive.
6x273 A Right Cock-n-Bull Story Part 1 (November 10, 1969)
6x272 Nobody Loves Us Part 2 (November 24, 1969)
A rock is thrown at a passenger train and the driver is injured. The Transport Union want the police to take some sort of action, but where do the police start looking for teenage vandals?
6x271 Nobody Loves Us Part 1 (November 03, 1969)
6x270 Give A Dog A Bad Name Part 2 (October 29, 1969)
No alibi - a criminal record - picked out on an identity parade. Is that proof enough of a man's guilt?
6x269 Give A Dog A Bad Name Part 1 (October 28, 1969)
6x268 Gyppo Part 2 (October 21, 1969)
'He's lived on canal boats all his life. Born on one - never been to school. Not the sort of man one can lock up in a cell.'
6x267 Gyppo Part 1 (October 20, 1969)
6x266 Lost And Found Part 2 (October 14, 1969)
What sort of mother abandons her two month old baby in a telephone kiosk?
6x265 Lost And Found Part 1 (October 13, 1969)
6x264 A Place Of Safety Part 2 (October 07, 1969)
6x263 A Place Of Safety Part 1 (October 06, 1969)
6x262 Not That Sort Of Policeman Part 2 (September 30, 1969)
A gelignite explosion has wrecked an office and probably injured the men responsible - all for the sake of twenty pounds. But where do the police start looking for dangerous amateurs who are prepared to take risks?
6x261 Not That Sort Of Policeman Part 1 (September 29, 1969)
6x260 No Time To Think Part 2 (September 23, 1969)
6x259 No Time To Think Part 1 (September 22, 1969)
6x258 It's Been A Long Time Part 2 (September 16, 1969)
Pete Simmonds is out from prison looking for the man who informed on him. But not only the informer has to live in fear of reprisals. Simmonds is strong and violent and the witnesses at his trial were promised police protection on the day of his release.
6x257 It's Been A Long Time Part 1 (September 15, 1969)
6x256 The Dog Lover Part 2 (September 09, 1969)
Tommy Woods has a way with dogs and a way with women. There's nothing they wouldn't do for him.
6x255 The Dog Lover Part 1 (September 08, 1969)
6x254 You Can't Trust Anyone Part 2 (September 02, 1969)
Go to your local pub for a quiet drink, chat up the barmaid, take her out and forget about crime for a while. But as Sgt. Stone discovers, a policeman can't avoid crime - it even invades his private life.
6x253 You Can't Trust Anyone Part 1 (September 01, 1969)
6x252 Allegation Part 2 (August 26, 1969)
A serious road accident, a child missing, a drunk in the cells who won't come to. At times a police station is like a wartime command post under siege, with even the policemen themselves at breaking point.
6x251 Allegation Part 1 (August 25, 1969)
6x250 Dear Old Golden Rule Days Part 2 (August 19, 1969)
Alec Quilley plucks up courage to contact Beth, an old flame, but for her the glow is fading. Chris, her new boy friend and old schoolmate of Quilley's, seems to be living well beyond his apparent means. Protective hackles raised, Quilley's unofficial enquiries about Chris and Goss's investigation of a series of petty thefts and minor break-ins begin to find common ground.
6x249 Dear Old Golden Rule Days Part 1 (August 18, 1969)
6x248 The Shooter Part 2 (August 12, 1969)
If you know the right places and you're the sort of man who needs a gun it is possible to acquire one. They cost money, but when the offer is a fiver down and a percentage of your first job you might be tempted.
6x247 The Shooter Part 1 (August 11, 1969)
6x246 According To Plan Part 2 (August 05, 1969)
6x245 According To Plan Part 1 (August 04, 1969)
6x244 Have A Go, Joe Part 2 (July 29, 1969)
In a major crime every policeman dreams of finding a key witness - but not a witness who is too scared to talk.
6x243 Have A Go, Joe Part 1 (July 28, 1969)
6x242 From Information Received Part 2 (July 22, 1969)
Les Mitcham and Phil Andrews are working as painters on a new housing estate. Mitcham, the younger of the men, has served two short terms of imprisonment. Andrews, from the Midlands, is a more experienced criminal. They have planned a job together. As it will be Mitcham's first attempt at big-time crime they require a third man. Mitcham, anxious to ingratiate himself, says he knows someone. When the job has been pulled PC Quilley finds a source of information. ""It's teamwork that gets results,"" says Sgt. Stone. Why, then, is the job taken out of Quilley's hands?
6x241 From Information Received Part 1 (July 21, 1969)
6x240 In Need Of Care Part 2 (July 15, 1969)
""What sort of life will I have if I stay in Newtown? Wrapping sweets at Brownley's eight hours a day; listening to Radio One; marry some yob and get a council house if I'm lucky. Half a dozen kids in half a dozen years. D'yer call that living?""
6x239 In Need Of Care Part 1 (July 14, 1969)
6x238 You've Got To Keep Them Talking Part 2 (July 08, 1969)
The seed of suicide is in all of us. So when an innocent old woman becomes involved with the police and becomes irrational, is this a warning light?
6x237 You've Got To Keep Them Talking Part 1 (July 07, 1969)
6x236 Spare The Rod Part 2 (June 17, 1969)
Some teachers, like policemen, live in a jungle. Civilised men and women, living under pressure. Then something snaps...
6x235 Spare The Rod Part 1 (June 16, 1969)
6x234 Double Game Part 2 (June 10, 1969)
Sgt. Stone and Ben Stacey have an old score to settle. So why should Stacey now want to help the police?
6x233 Double Game Part 1 (June 09, 1969)
6x232 Sunday...Sunday... Part 2 (June 03, 1969)
It's Sunday and three young tearaways have nothing to do and nowhere to go. But they have a souped-up car and they need their kicks, so if anyone gets in their way...
6x231 Sunday...Sunday... Part 1 (June 02, 1969)
6x230 No Objection To Bail Part 2 (May 27, 1969)
Stand as surety for someone and you risk them running away from the law leaving you to forfeit the bail money or go to prison yourself. But a man does not expect this sort of treatment; not from a nephew he believes to be innocent.
6x229 No Objection To Bail Part 1 (May 26, 1969)
6x228 One Of Our Own Part 2 (May 20, 1969)
WPC Parkin is an able and efficient officer with a bright career ahead of her. So why should she risk it all by cultivating a close friendship with a known criminal?
6x227 One Of Our Own Part 1 (May 19, 1969)
6x226 Hit And Run Part 2 (May 13, 1969)
A man walks into Newtown police station and demands to be given a breathalyser test, but does not appear to be drunk. Why then is he so insistent?
6x225 Hit And Run Part 1 (May 12, 1969)
6x224 It's Not Against The Law Part 2 (May 06, 1969)
PC Bannerman risks his life trying to save a child, but what kind of mother could invite such a risk in the first place? What kind of mother could leave a child alone in a house with a lighted oil heater?
6x223 It's Not Against The Law Part 1 (May 05, 1969)
6x222 The Exiles Part 2 (April 29, 1969)
Even the best villains have to retire someday. But if, like Dixie Conlan, you don't want to retire, you find an apprentice: someone young and eager enough to follow in your footsteps.
6x221 The Exiles Part 1 (April 28, 1969)
6x220 Snout Part 2 (April 22, 1969)
Officially a police informant does not exist... information is obtained from the birds. So when a snout stands in danger of reprisals who is to protect him?
6x219 Snout Part 1 (April 21, 1969)
6x218 Not A Bad Lad Really Part 2 (April 15, 1969)
Thirty-nine break-ins in five weeks: each one on pay nights at council estates. On paper a serious setback for DI Goss's detection rate, made even more complicated by the most obvious suspect just finishing probation.
6x217 Not A Bad Lad Really Part 1 (April 14, 1969)
6x216 Carbon Copy Part 2 (April 08, 1969)
6x215 Carbon Copy Part 1 (April 07, 1969)
6x214 All The Birds Of The Air Part 2 (April 01, 1969)
With new technical resources we are half way to an automated police force, so why not automated thieves as well? Thieves with all the mechanical tricks, one step ahead of the police. The birds of the air - listening in.
6x213 All The Birds Of The Air Part 1 (March 31, 1969)
6x212 Welcome To Newtown Part 2 (March 25, 1969)
A Dakota aeroplane with 32 passengers aboard is in difficulties. The pilot intends to make an emergency landing and Newtown prepares itself for a major incident.
6x211 Welcome To Newtown Part 1 (March 24, 1969)
6x210 One End of The Road Part 2 (March 18, 1969)
A constable has been seriously injured. It could be that his career as a policeman is finished. There is an atmosphere in Newtown station and DI Witty is called upon to answer for the incident.
6x209 One End of The Road Part 1 (March 17, 1969)
6x208 Special Duty Part 2 (March 11, 1969)
Special Duty can be easy or hazardous. A man can be a decoy or a sitting duck. He is alone and he cannot easily predict what action will take place. PC Roach realises this when he is assigned to such a duty. And yet he volunteered for the task, was not forced into taking it. But if your face fits...
6x207 Special Duty Part 1 (March 10, 1969)
6x206 The Soft Touch Part 2 (March 04, 1969)
Watching... timing... speed... picking the right vehicle... quick disposal. All the ingredients of wholesale car theft, well organised and well executed. Newtown police find that they have such an organisation on their patch.
6x205 The Soft Touch Part 1 (March 03, 1969)
6x204 Foggy Night Part 2 (February 25, 1969)
6x203 Foggy Night Part 1 (February 24, 1969)
6x202 The Lonely Place Part 2 (February 18, 1969)
An attack on a courting couple in a lonely place... a man appearing and asking for a light.. a frightened girl running for help. When questioned the couple cannot, or will not, identify their attacker.
6x201 The Lonely Place Part 1 (February 17, 1969)
6x200 Fear Or Favour Part 2 (February 11, 1969)
Like all areas Newtown has its share of vandalism. A group of youths - voices - a crash of glass - the sound of footsteps running down the street. But on this night vandalism has extended itself to robbery and physical violence. Three youths are brought in as suspects; one with a difference.
6x199 Fear Or Favour Part 1 (February 10, 1969)
6x198 Lost Property Part 2 (February 04, 1969)
""A man came yesterday. Said he had shared a cell with my husband. Said my Alfie was coming out of prison in the morning. Needed his overcoat. So I gave this man the overcoat and my husband's best suit. I was at the gate this morning. Nobody handed in the clothes and my Alfie's still inside...""
6x197 Lost Property Part 1 (February 03, 1969)
6x196 Alibi Part 2 (January 28, 1969)
""It was Saturday night when he did the break-in. Got in through a lavatory window and tore his sleeve on a nail. Then he hit the watchman. Even if I have to adjourn the Court to the old man's bedside I'll get evidence to break this damned alibi...""
6x195 Alibi Part 1 (January 27, 1969)
6x194 It Works Both Ways Part 2 (January 21, 1969)
""From what I know of these kids they don't go in for crime as we know it. All they want is excitement through violence. There's nothing for them to do so they make their own amusements, picking on people, six against one.""
6x193 It Works Both Ways Part 1 (January 20, 1969)
6x192 Picture Of Guilt Part 2 (January 14, 1969)
After a raid on a cinema a doorman is shot. A reporter from a Sunday newspaper meets Harris, an informer, in a pub. Harris has information about the raid which he will sell if the price is right. He swears he has proof - the best possible kind of proof.
6x191 Picture Of Guilt Part 1 (January 13, 1969)
6x190 Unidentified Marks Part 2 (January 07, 1969)
6x189 Unidentified Marks Part 1 (January 06, 1969)
On evening patrol Roach and Bannerman are curious about a man sitting alone in a parked car. When questioned the man runs and scales a ten foot wall like an athlete.
6x188 For Auld Lang Syne Part 2 (December 31, 1968)
Two Scotsmen visit Newtown during the New Year celebrations to seek out an old acquaintance of theirs, a fellow villain, who, they believed, helped the police to jail them. When the Newtown police hear they've arrived they prepare themselves for trouble.
6x187 For Auld Lang Syne Part 1 (December 30, 1968)
6x186 Blame It On Father Christmas Part 2 (December 24, 1968)
With only two days to go until Christmas, Bobby Dawson, having returned from carol singing, tells his mother that the man at No. 52 was very generous: he gave Bobby five shillings. But the family at No. 52 have gone away for Christmas....
6x185 Blame It On Father Christmas Part 1 (December 23, 1968)
6x184 Dead End Part 2 (December 17, 1968)
Sgt. Lynch is paying a social call on an old friend, a nurse, when a man arrives at the Nursing Home breathless and frightened. He has found the body of a woman in a lay-by.
6x183 Dead End Part 1 (December 16, 1968)
6x182 Will He...Won't He? Part 2 (December 10, 1968)
PC Newcombe, searching for a girl who has been reported missing, learns that she is hiding out in a disused factory. When he gets there he finds more than he bargained for.
6x181 Will He...Won't He? Part 1 (December 09, 1968)
6x180 Breakdown Part 2 (December 03, 1968)
Roach and Bannerman are called to investigate a minor theft reported by a lecturer at a Technical College. The lecturer is th guardian of Roger, a fourteen-year-old boy. Roach and Bannerman are required to interview Roger, but the boy is stone deaf.
6x179 Breakdown Part 1 (December 02, 1968)
6x178 Follow The Form Part 2 (November 26, 1968)
Ron Bailey, a petrol pump attendant at a Newtown garage, is approached by two men who want him to help them rob a safe in the garage office. When DI Witty hears Bailey's story he is inclined to disbelieve it and senses a conspiracy.
6x177 Follow The Form Part 1 (November 25, 1968)
6x176 I Know My Coppers Part 2 (November 19, 1968)
When the money is recovered from a raid on a security van it is placed in a cell in Newtown police station for safe keeping. But how safe is it?
6x175 I Know My Coppers Part 1 (November 18, 1968)
6x174 A Proper George Washington Part 2 (November 12, 1968)
Eighteen year old Michael Adams says he was coming home from the pictures when his attacker came up behind him, knocked him unconscious and robbed him. Roach and Bannerman doubt the boy's story, but why should he be lying?
6x173 A Proper George Washington Part 1 (November 11, 1968)
6x172 Special Relationship Part 2 (November 05, 1968)
Det. Supt. Oakley calls on Sgt. Stone with a request. Oakley is anxious for Stone to nail Timmy Cater, a safe-blower now living on the Newtown patch. Stone has a 'special relationship' with Cater which will make it easier to set Cater up.
6x171 Special Relationship Part 1 (November 04, 1968)
6x170 Prevention Is Better Part 2 (October 29, 1968)
Sgt. Stone sees two youths, Billy and Vic Redmond, trying car door handles in Newtown Centre. Their father is serving time in Walton jail and the two lads look like following in his footsteps. But Stone, as Crime Prevention Officer, decides to take a hand.
6x169 Prevention Is Better Part 1 (October 28, 1968)
6x168 The Tip-Off Part 2 (October 22, 1968)
Bannerman, off duty with his girl friend, meets Ted Holmes in a pub. Holmes has some information to sell and wants cash. Bannerman senses the information is good, but is it?
6x167 The Tip-Off Part 1 (October 21, 1968)
6x166 The Vigilance Part 2 (October 15, 1968)
6x165 The Vigilance Part 1 (October 14, 1968)
6x164 The Paperchase Part 2 (October 08, 1968)
A long distance lorry driver parks overnight in a Newtown car park, leaving a girl hitchhiker sleeping in the cab. Neither of them knows that a robbery is due to take place in the car park that night.
6x163 The Paperchase Part 1 (October 07, 1968)
6x162 No Charge For The Estimate Part 2 (October 01, 1968)
Granny Wendy, an old woman who lives alone, is the victim of what appears to be a domestic accident. But when Roach and Bannerman find the old woman's purse is missing they suspect foul play.
6x161 No Charge For The Estimate Part 1 (September 30, 1968)
6x160 More Ways Of Killing The Cat Part 2 (September 24, 1968)
6x159 More Ways Of Killing The Cat Part 1 (September 23, 1968)
6x158 Punch-Up Part 2 (September 17, 1968)
Bannerman enters for an inter-divisional boxing match and is curious to know why DI Witty begins to take an almost fanatical interest in his training. Then a punch-up of a far more serious nature takes place near Bartley's fairground.
6x157 Punch-Up Part 1 (September 16, 1968)
6x156 You Worry Too Much, Charlie Part 2 (September 10, 1968)
The salesman at Mather's garage is very obliging, so if you want to buy a car there's no need to worry about the full amount of the deposit. But Charlie Dodd worries. He's a mechanic at Mather's.
6x155 You Worry Too Much, Charlie Part 1 (September 09, 1968)
6x154 Attack Part 2 (September 03, 1968)
A shotgun is fired into the air, the action freezing the staff and customers in a sub post office. The postman is the only one to take any action at all, and he suffers from it.
6x153 Attack Part 1 (September 02, 1968)
6x152 Anyone Can Make A Mistake Part 2 (August 27, 1968)
Roach and Bannerman are called to a cinema where a man has been caught trying to steal from a patron's handbag. The man claims he'd dropped his cigarette lighter and was searching for it in the darkness. A poor excuse, maybe, but Roach believes the man.
6x151 Anyone Can Make A Mistake Part 1 (August 26, 1968)
6x150 It's A Sort Of Game Part 2 (August 20, 1968)
One of those 'nice quiet nights' at Newtown station and Sgt. Stone is just preparing to leave for home. Then the window of a pet shop is broken and Z-Victor One is called to a domestic disturbance, with a report of shouts and possible screams.
6x149 It's A Sort Of Game Part 1 (August 19, 1968)
6x148 He Must Be Up To No Good Part 2 (August 13, 1968)
Holiday fortnight for the building trades is coming up. The firms are paying a fortnight's wages and the banks are carrying extra cash. So when well-known criminal Vincent Lewis arrives in Newtown a watch is kept to find out what he's up to.
6x147 He Must Be Up To No Good Part 1 (August 12, 1968)
6x146 Some Kind Of Nut Part 2 (August 06, 1968)
Newtown station receives a call from a man who says he has 'put a bomb in'. Sgt. Stone deduces from the man's words that this is not just another hoax and the hunt begins for the man and the bomb, which is due to explode at midnight.
6x145 Some Kind Of Nut Part 1 (August 05, 1968)
6x144 A Matter For Thought Part 2 (July 30, 1968)
Jack Egerton has been stabbed and DI Witty rushes to the hospital in the hope of getting a statement from the man. But Egerton is in a critical condition and Witty has to look elsewhere for the circumstances of the stabbing. And what he finds out is puzzling, to say the least.
6x143 A Matter For Thought Part 1 (July 29, 1968)
6x142 A Kind Of Proof Part 2 (July 23, 1968)
Roach and Bannerman are called to a sub-post office where the postmistress, Miss Powell, has been attacked and robbed. Miss Powell describes her attacker, and in particular the blow he dealt her - a kind of karate chop.
6x141 A Kind Of Proof Part 1 (July 22, 1968)
6x140 The Luck Of The Irish Part 2 (July 16, 1968)
Looking into the matter of stolen copper from a building site, Roach and Bannerman meet Billy Alty, the site foreman, who rules his Irish labourers with the law of his own two fists. But the Irish have their own laws too, and trouble is brewing.
6x139 The Luck Of The Irish Part 1 (July 15, 1968)
6x138 Application Part 2 (July 09, 1968)
The new Detective Inspector arrives at Newtown and Sgt. Stone is anxious to know the kind of man he is. He soon finds out when on their first meeting DI Witty presents Stone with a rather unexpected task.
6x137 Application Part 1 (July 08, 1968)
6x136 Talk Your Way Out Of That Part 2 (June 18, 1968)
Lynch is having a quiet drink in a pub when he is spotted by Danny Matthews, a villain Lynch helped put away for a long stretch. Matthews is out for revenge. But Lynch suspects him of pulling another job... and the battle of wits begins.
6x135 Talk Your Way Out Of That Part 1 (June 17, 1968)
6x134 Who Was That Lady? Part 2 (June 11, 1968)
Angry domineering Mrs. Armitage calls at Newtown station to report her window cleaner husband as a missing person. Sgt. Lynch sympathises with Ernie Armitage's decision to 'hop it' and uses it to serve as a warning to PC Newcombe, who seems to be heading at top speed to the altar.
6x133 Who Was That Lady? Part 1 (June 10, 1968)
6x132 Tomorrow's Another Day Part 2 (June 04, 1968)
With DI Todd on leave and DC Kane away sick, Sgt. Stone has more than enough to do. And then just to complicate things the A.C.C. decides to arrive at Newtown station two weeks before time for his customary three months' inspection. On top of all this £200 is missing from the safe in the cashier's office of Carters Ltd., and Stone must investigate.
6x131 Tomorrow's Another Day Part 1 (June 03, 1968)
6x130 Two's A Pair Part 2 (May 28, 1968)
Edna Clayton, who once had a crush on DI Todd and pursued him shamelessly, is brought into Newtown police station charged with being drunk and disorderly. Todd at first takes no notice; he has other things on his mind.
6x129 Two's A Pair Part 1 (May 27, 1968)
6x128 At Least You Know You've Tried Part 2 (May 21, 1968)
A young engaged couple have spent six months decorating and furnishing their new home, when two weeks before their marriage someone breaks in and smashes everything up. They are the latest victims of 'the destructive thief'.
6x127 At Least You Know You've Tried Part 1 (May 20, 1968)
6x126 The Guilty Ones Part 2 (May 14, 1968)
A fifteen year old girl is missing and when PC Culshaw finds her she begs him not to take her home.
6x125 The Guilty Ones Part 1 (May 13, 1968)
6x124 The Witness Part 2 (May 07, 1968)
Alec Hughes is a key witness to a bank hold-up for which Chris Morgan is being charged. DI Todd is afraid there may be attempts to intimidate Hughes and so he sends him to stay with Culshaw.
6x123 The Witness Part 1 (May 06, 1968)
6x122 The Battleground Part 2 (April 30, 1968)
Eleven year old Johnny Benson, unhappy at home because of his parents' constant bickering, takes refuge in religion. After being sacked as an altar boy he sets fire to an altar cloth. A visit from Sgt. Stone throws him into a panic and he runs away.
6x121 The Battleground Part 1 (April 29, 1968)
6x120 Some Girls Pick 'Em Part 2 (April 23, 1968)
Her love for a man on the run lands a girl in trouble with the law.
6x119 Some Girls Pick 'Em Part 1 (April 22, 1968)
6x118 The Man Who Was Inspector Todd Part 2 (April 16, 1968)
DI Todd's wallet is stolen and with it goes his warrant card - his means of identification as a Police Officer. The thieves have the chance to work some profitable confidence tricks.
6x117 The Man Who Was Inspector Todd Part 1 (April 15, 1968)
6x116 Criminal Type Part 2 (April 09, 1968)
6x115 Criminal Type Part 1 (April 08, 1968)
6x114 The Saint Of Concrete Canyon Part 2 (April 02, 1968)
The saint of the title is one Ted Crowther, who lives in a fairly new block of flats known as Concrete Canyon. He has earned his title because of his good works on behalf of the tenants. A little boy, Billy Darby, goes missing from the flats because he believes he is going to lose his pet hamster, as the Council won't allow pets in the flats. Crowther naturally is right there with the police to help look for Billy. But Crowther also runs a Savings Club for the tenants and this attracts the interest of DI Todd.
6x113 The Saint Of Concrete Canyon Part 1 (April 01, 1968)
6x112 Blind Alley Part 2 (March 26, 1968)
6x111 Blind Alley Part 1 (March 25, 1968)
6x110 Hudson's Way Part 2 (March 19, 1968)
6x109 Hudson's Way Part 1 (March 18, 1968)
6x108 A Hobby You Might Say Part 2 (March 12, 1968)
6x107 A Hobby You Might Say Part 1 (March 11, 1968)
6x106 Person To Person Part 2 (March 05, 1968)
6x105 Person To Person Part 1 (March 04, 1968)
6x104 What D'Yer Mean - Charity? Part 2 (February 27, 1968)
6x103 What D'Yer Mean - Charity? Part 1 (February 26, 1968)
6x102 Out Of The Frying Pan Part 2 (February 20, 1968)
6x101 Out Of The Frying Pan Part 1 (February 19, 1968)
6x100 Aren't Policemen Wonderful Part 2 (February 13, 1968)
6x99 Aren't Policemen Wonderful Part 1 (February 12, 1968)
6x98 Honour Among Thieves Part 2 (February 06, 1968)
6x97 Honour Among Thieves Part 1 (February 05, 1968)
6x96 Inside Information Part 2 (January 30, 1968)
The Newtown police are baffled by a series of burglaries. The thief's method of entry is undetectable, but the chaos in the houses he visits points to the work of an amateur. DI Todd is baffled and it is DC Kane, working on the case with Sgt. Stone, who stumbles on the crook's ingenious method of entry.
6x95 Inside Information Part 1 (January 29, 1968)
6x94 Nothing To Report Part 2 (January 23, 1968)
6x93 Nothing To Report Part 1 (January 22, 1968)
6x92 Take It With A Pinch Of Salt Part 2 (January 16, 1968)
6x91 Take It With A Pinch Of Salt Part 1 (January 15, 1968)
6x90 You Can't Win Em All Part 2 (January 09, 1968)
6x89 You Can't Win Em All Part 1 (January 08, 1968)
6x88 Should Auld Acquaintance Part 2 (January 02, 1968)
6x87 Should Auld Acquaintance Part 1 (January 01, 1968)
6x86 Family Affair Part 2 (December 26, 1967)
6x85 Family Affair Part 1 (December 25, 1967)
6x84 The Collector Part 2 (December 19, 1967)
6x83 The Collector Part 1 (December 18, 1967)
6x82 A Right To Live Part 2 (December 12, 1967)
6x81 A Right To Live Part 1 (December 11, 1967)
6x80 Too Quiet For Sunday Part 2 (December 05, 1967)
6x79 Too Quiet For Sunday Part 1 (December 04, 1967)
6x78 The Victim Part 2 (November 28, 1967)
6x77 The Victim Part 1 (November 27, 1967)
6x76 They're Not Supposed To Do That - Are They? Part 2 (November 21, 1967)
6x75 They're Not Supposed To Do That - Are They? Part 1 (November 20, 1967)
6x74 Saturday Night Was Murder Part 2 (November 14, 1967)
6x73 Saturday Night Was Murder Part 1 (November 13, 1967)
6x72 Granny, the Swings Part 1 (November 07, 1967)
6x71 Granny, the Swings Part 1 (November 06, 1967)
6x70 Invasion Of Privacy Part 2 (October 31, 1967)
6x69 Invasion Of Privacy Part 1 (October 30, 1967)
6x68 All In A Day's Work Part 2 (October 24, 1967)
6x67 All In A Day's Work Part 1 (October 23, 1967)
6x66 A Handful Of Dust Part 2 (October 17, 1967)
6x65 A Handful Of Dust Part 1 (October 16, 1967)
6x64 The Nose On Your Face Part 2 (October 10, 1967)
6x63 The Nose On Your Face Part 1 (October 09, 1967)
6x62 Sauce For The Goose Part 2 (October 03, 1967)
6x61 Sauce For The Goose Part 1 (October 02, 1967)
6x60 Calling The Tune Part 2 (September 26, 1967)
6x59 Calling The Tune Part 1 (September 25, 1967)
6x58 A Litte Bit Of Respect Part 2 (September 19, 1967)
6x57 A Litte Bit Of Respect Part 1 (September 18, 1967)
6x56 If I Can't Have Him Part 2 (September 12, 1967)
6x55 If I Can't Have Him Part 1 (September 11, 1967)
6x54 It's Easy Once You Know How Part 2 (September 05, 1967)
6x53 It's Easy Once You Know How Part 1 (September 04, 1967)
6x52 First On The Scene Part 2 (August 29, 1967)
6x51 First On The Scene Part 1 (August 28, 1967)
6x50 The Great Art Robbery Part 2 (August 22, 1967)
6x49 The Great Art Robbery Part 1 (August 21, 1967)
6x48 Play It Hot, Play It Cool Part 2 (August 15, 1967)
6x47 Play It Hot, Play It Cool Part 1 (August 14, 1967)
6x46 Boy Part 2 (August 08, 1967)
6x45 Boy Part 1 (August 07, 1967)
6x44 Prejudice Part 2 (August 01, 1967)
6x43 Prejudice Part 1 (July 31, 1967)
6x42 All Through The Night Part 2 (July 25, 1967)
6x41 All Through The Night Part 1 (July 24, 1967)
6x40 The Sledgehammer And The Nut Part 2 (July 18, 1967)
6x39 The Sledgehammer And The Nut Part 1 (July 17, 1967)
6x38 It Was Doing Nothing Part 2 (July 11, 1967)
6x37 It Was Doing Nothing Part 1 (July 10, 1967)
6x36 Never Give A Copper An Even Break Part 2 (July 04, 1967)
6x35 Never Give A Copper An Even Break Part 1 (July 03, 1967)
6x34 I Never Mean't To Drop Him Part 2 (June 27, 1967)
6x33 I Never Mean't To Drop Him Part 1 (June 26, 1967)
6x32 Don't Wrap It Up, I'll Take It With Me Part 2 (June 20, 1967)
6x31 Don't Wrap It Up, I'll Take It With Me Part 1 (June 19, 1967)
6x30 The Placer Part 2 (June 13, 1967)
6x29 The Placer Part 1 (June 12, 1967)
6x28 She's Not Yours, She's Mine Part 2 (June 06, 1967)
6x27 She's Not Yours, She's Mine Part 1 (June 05, 1967)
6x26 Sheena Part 2 (May 30, 1967)
6x25 Sheena Part 1 (May 29, 1967)
6x24 When Did You Last See Your Father? Part 4 (May 23, 1967)
The men who patrol their beats in the little Panda cars are not supposed to poach on the preserves of the C.I.D., but that's exactly what Alec May does. It's a case which involves an outbreak of safe-stealing from farms and a deaf and dumb little boy who likes to watch trains. May's own part in the affair looks like having serious consequences for his career.
6x23 When Did You Last See Your Father? Part 3 (May 22, 1967)
6x22 When Did You Last See Your Father? Part 2 (May 16, 1967)
6x21 When Did You Last See Your Father? Part 1 (May 15, 1967)
6x20 Finch And Sons Part 2 (May 09, 1967)
6x19 Finch And Sons Part 1 (May 08, 1967)
6x18 The Nesbitts Are Back Part 2 (May 02, 1967)
6x17 The Nesbitts Are Back Part 1 (May 01, 1967)
6x16 Standard Procedure Part 2 (April 25, 1967)
6x15 Standard Procedure Part 1 (April 24, 1967)
6x14 Who Said Anything About The Law Part 2 (April 18, 1967)
6x13 Who Said Anything About The Law Part 1 (April 17, 1967)
6x12 All They Have To Do Is Spend It Part 2 (April 11, 1967)
6x11 All They Have To Do Is Spend It Part 1 (April 10, 1967)
6x10 Gelignite Part 2 (April 04, 1967)
6x09 Gelignite Part 1 (April 03, 1967)
6x08 The Great Fur Robbery Part 2 (March 28, 1967)
6x07 The Great Fur Robbery Part 1 (March 27, 1967)
6x06 You Want 'Em - You Find 'Em Part 2 (March 21, 1967)
DCS Miller has forced DI Hudson, under the threat of being sent back to a little desk job at H.Q., to tell him about an armed attempt to 'knock off' a prison van and release its occupant.
6x05 You Want 'Em - You Find 'Em Part 1 (March 20, 1967)
6x04 Ever Seen A Happy Cop Part 2 (March 14, 1967)
While on his beat PC Tate finds the gate of a local timber yard open. Over the pocket radio he informs HQ. From the station Sgt. Lynch warns him: ""A Z-Car is on its way - don't try to earn a medal.""
6x03 Ever Seen A Happy Cop Part 1 (March 13, 1967)
6x02 I Don't Want Evidence Part 2 (March 07, 1967)
A fire has killed the whole Bohn family - and it didn't start accidentally.
6x01 I Don't Want Evidence Part 1 (March 06, 1967)
A fire that killed an entire family is determined to have been deliberately set. (Part 1 of 2)