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MI-5 (2002–2011)
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Episode #4.2 

With Zafar Younis being held by the terrorists, Adam Carter had to act quickly to free him but he may have over-stepped when he tries to extract information from one of them. His ... See full summary »





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Episode uncredited cast:
Bill Armstrong ... Alex Roscoe (uncredited)
... Neil (uncredited)
... Peter (uncredited)
... Juliet Shaw (uncredited)
John Chancer ... Monroe (uncredited)
... Harry Pearce (uncredited)
... Zafar Younis (uncredited)
... Richard Boyd (uncredited)
... Joe Kennedy (uncredited)
Rory MacGregor ... Colin Wells (uncredited)
Amanda Jane Manning ... MI5 Agent (uncredited)
... Tash (uncredited)
... Adam Carter (uncredited)
... Home Secretary (uncredited)
Hugh Simon ... Malcolm Wynn-Jones (uncredited)


With Zafar Younis being held by the terrorists, Adam Carter had to act quickly to free him but he may have over-stepped when he tries to extract information from one of them. His interrogation confirms his earlier belief that there is a mole leaking information to the group. Harry tells the Home Secretary that he is being blackmailed and therefore submits his resignation. He doesn't mention who is doing the blackmailing, but is up front with the Minister on what he did to compromise himself. Adam is now convinced he knows the mole's identity but accuses the wrong person. MI-5 has an eye witness in Tash, the waitress who bumped one of the terrorists at the train station, and she works with MI-5 to identify the man. Soon however, Tash becomes a target as the mole arranges for some insurance in the event they are captured. Written by garykmcd

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13 September 2005 (UK)  »

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This is really part 2 of MI5's battle against the Shining Dawn group. See more »


Adam Carter: It's not me asking - this is for your country.
Tash: Oh yeah? What's the country ever done for me?
Harry Pearce: Educated you, provided you with opportunities to find employment, offered you financial assistance if you can't, looked after you when you were sick, ensured you were clothed, housed and fed, protected rather than persecuted you and allowed you to choose your own government. Actually, you're one of the luckier citizens of this planet.
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13 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

Having viewed all ten series and being bold enough to admit it, I would have to say that this two-part "Special" might capture the best that the program has to offer. Without listing all those categories covered, it would suffice to say that this two-part installment benefits from an excellent script, wit, excellent acting with inspired and realistic characterizations, clever and insightful references to real events and people (Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo Bay, Jamie Oliver a la his lamb slaughtering, 1984 IRA attempt on Thatcher, etc.) as well as the healthy smattering of academia/classics via Professor Curtis and his awakening through Ruth, and so on. I suppose I just bought it all, but nevertheless it is very well done. The complexity of characters which on the surface seem one-dimensional, then evolve otherwise, is also pointed in this episode. Malcolm, Colin and Tash and their interaction is also charming, while Anna Chancellor plays her character's type well in its incipience. Adam and Zaf are also convincing in their banter.

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