Here is the much anticipated episode guide summary for the new series of WPC 56 which starts on BBC One at 2.15pm on Monday 9th March 2015.
Monday 9th March – A Different Beat (Episode One)
Brinford’s new WPC, Annie Taylor (Claudia Jessie) is on the trail of a shady predator who is targeting contestants at a beauty contest. There’s a shock in store for Briggs (Mark Healey) and DI Sawyer (Oilver Rix) who are haunted by old foes and former wrongdoings.
Tuesday 10th March – Walk the Line (Episode Two)
Annie’s involvement in a gruesome murder case causes a rift with her father (John Duttine). As Briggs struggles to be a good husband, Susie (Rachel Leskovac) continues to infuriate lovesick Sergeant Swift (James Barriscale). When an old colleague asks Fenton (Charlie De’Ath) for help he worries he’s no longer up to the job.
Wednesday 11th March – From the Shadows (Episode Three)
When DI Sawyer’s missing suspect makes a violent reappearance, events take a sinister turn. The net tightens around Briggs as Coulson (John Bowler) recruits Fenton to do his dirty work. Annie and Tommy (Liam Jeavons) play cupid to Susie and Swift.
Episodes 1 to 3 Directed by Lisa Clarke
Thursday 12th March – The Wayward Wind (Episode Four)
Briggs’ misfortune allows Coulson to reassert his power at the station, and DI Sawyer questions a suspect with a chilling wartime story to tell. When Gloria (Melissa James) is accused of a crime Tommy struggles to be professional, and Fenton makes a shocking discovery at a boarding house.
Friday 13th March – Requiem (Episode Five)
The team are forced to decide where their loyalties lie after news of a tragic event, but will they take a stand against Coulson? Annie and DI Sawyer are running out of time as they struggle to unlock the dark secrets of the Petra Project.
Episodes 4 and 5 Directed by David Beauchamp
Series One is available on BBC iPlayer
Series Two is repeated from Monday 2nd March 2015 at 2.15pm on BBC One.