Z-Cars Series 9
Z-Cars Series 9
First Air Date: September 09, 1974
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9x32 A New Broom (May 12, 1975)
The new CID Inspector is an old mate of Cecil Haggar's... isn't he?
9x31 Legacy (May 05, 1975)
Continuation of the two previous episodes 'Distance' and 'Ritual'. The hunt for Skinner's murderer has moved away from Newtown. So why is a London detective on his way there, in secret?
9x30 Ritual (April 28, 1975)
Continuation of the previous episode 'Distance'. Skinner has been shot dead and the Murder Squad have taken over the case. So why is Haggar meeting a mate halfway down the M6?
9x29 Distance (May 04, 1997)
Joe Skinner fancies a bird. She seems to fancy him. So why is he investigating her background?
9x28 Bit Of Business (April 14, 1975)
A casual enquiry about car thieves leads Skinner to suspect that someone is taking him for a ride.
9x27 Scapegoat (April 07, 1975)
As an act of kindness Bert Lynch gives a deadbeat tramp a cell for the night - and finds himself up to his neck in trouble.
9x26 Kronur (March 24, 1975)
A fool and his money are soon parted - all the sooner if you don't know how much the money is worth.
9x25 Thanks But...No Thanks (March 17, 1975)
Alec Quilley is up for promotion. He has an excellent service record, but how close an examination will his private life bear?
9x24 Incitement (March 10, 1975)
Why should a woman want to betray her husband to the police - even before he has committed the crime?
9x23 Eviction (March 03, 1975)
Continuation of the previous episode 'Squatters'. With Quilley in hospital, Lynch's attitude to the squatters hardens.
9x22 Squatters (February 24, 1975)
9x21 Snouts (February 17, 1975)
Jack Melish is walking down a deserted street near the docks to keep a secret appointment with Inspector Lynch. Suddenly a car pulls up alongside him and he is bundled into the back seat. The car races off...
9x20 Transit (February 10, 1975)
When a lock-keeper complains of strange noises coming from a disused warehouse, a routine enquiry turns into a macabre situation.
9x19 Tonight And Every Night (February 03, 1975)
9x18 Intervention (January 27, 1975)
Just two miles from Newtown centre lies open country and another world where people settle their grievances in a different way.
9x17 Innocent And Vulnerable (January 20, 1975)
Tempers fray among men constructing a block of flats, but for one family who actually live in a high-rise, nerves reach breaking point and an everyday flare-up develops into a police enquiry.
9x16 Local Knowledge (January 13, 1975)
Lynch receives a tip-off from a friend and finds himself in the middle of a delicate enquiry with his loyalties divided.
9x15 Boy In Blue (January 06, 1975)
The men at Newtown question their own stability when the past catches up with a lady called Gwen Newcombe.
9x14 House To House (December 16, 1974)
A full-scale house to house enquiry fails to produce a witness until a mysterious night prowler and two criminals lay their own freedom on the line.
9x13 The Bouncer (December 09, 1974)
Eddy Howarth is the over-enthusiastic bouncer at the local dance hall, but his devotion to duty and jealousy over a woman land him in trouble, and he finds himself facing a serious charge.
9x12 Unnecessary Force (December 02, 1974)
How did a man like Derek Murphy get beaten up by his best friend, a man half his size? A puzzle for Miller, Yates and Skinner.
9x11 Occupation (November 25, 1974)
A factory work-in is on its last legs with the police outside the gates, keeping the peace but waiting for someone to break it.
9x10 Have You Seen This Child (November 18, 1974)
Colin Williams haunts Inspector Lynch, and Sergeant Moffatt haunts a thief called Mulligan.
9x09 Pursuit (November 11, 1974)
A call reporting an early morning break-in is quickly answered and Render is only minutes behind the intruder.
9x08 Quiet As The Grave (November 04, 1974)
Sunday night duty is traditionally quiet, but on this occasion it's too quiet for Miller's comfort.
9x07 Gardens (October 28, 1974)
A quiet Sunday - and the dead body of a man, smartly dressed, slumped in an allotment shed.
9x06 Mugs (October 21, 1974)
9x05 Friends (October 14, 1974)
Quilley is a good copper, but as an amateur footballer he has his limitations. Jesse Alty is a good footballer but has ambitions to be a better car thief. He and Quilley play for the same team and Gordon Glossop is a friend of both of them.
9x04 Night Train (October 07, 1974)
Lynch, Quilley and Braithwaite take a night train to Manchester in search of a murder suspect.
9x03 Mysteries (September 30, 1974)
Ossie Davies is a security guard. He's a pushover. You just knock off his specs, threaten him a bit and help yourself. But Miller reckons there's more to Ossie than that.
9x02 Old Bones (September 16, 1974)
Lynch deals with a skeleton on the moors and Skinner with several in various cupboards.
9x01 Bits An' Bats (September 09, 1974)
There's a new Cash'n'Carry being built in Newtown and some odd characters work on it. One of them is on the fiddle - bits and bats to begin with.