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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:03,680 --> 00:00:05,680 Previously on broadchurch: 2 00:00:06,080 --> 00:00:09,400 100 quid says that's the boat they used and those hairs belonged to Danny. 3 00:00:10,440 --> 00:00:13,000 Mum? Why don't you understand the trouble we're in? 4 00:00:13,160 --> 00:00:16,120 - Do they know about us? Cos you ain't 16 yet. - Nobody knows. 5 00:00:16,280 --> 00:00:19,680 If you or your family need to speak you call me. 6 00:00:20,840 --> 00:00:22,840 - I don't talk to the press. - You're a newsagent. 7 00:00:23,000 --> 00:00:24,800 I sell 'em. I don't want to be in 'em. 8 00:00:24,960 --> 00:00:27,520 - Do you have a conviction for underage sex? - Weasel! 9 00:00:27,680 --> 00:00:29,440 Jack's got a history with kids. 10 00:00:29,600 --> 00:00:33,120 They're going to be saying things about me and those things aren't true. 11 00:00:33,280 --> 00:00:35,561 You took a lot of pictures of the boys in the sea brigade. 12 00:00:35,640 --> 00:00:38,200 - Where were you the night of Danny's death? - Reading a book. 13 00:00:38,360 --> 00:00:40,280 - I was at home. - Having sex. 14 00:00:40,440 --> 00:00:42,440 I know about you and Becca Fisher. 15 00:00:44,160 --> 00:00:47,520 Reconstruction. Thursday night. One week on. 16 00:00:48,400 --> 00:00:50,400 Your boy Tom, he should do it. 17 00:01:48,480 --> 00:01:51,680 - Tell me this will make a difference. - I'm sure it will. 18 00:01:51,840 --> 00:01:55,240 I hate the thought of him out here alone at this time of night. 19 00:02:01,040 --> 00:02:05,400 Our father who art in heaven: Hallowed be thy name. 20 00:02:06,240 --> 00:02:07,840 Thy kingdom come... 21 00:02:08,440 --> 00:02:10,440 Do you think it was him? 22 00:02:11,840 --> 00:02:13,720 I'm not speculating about anybody. 23 00:02:13,880 --> 00:02:16,280 Yeah, you might not be, but everybody else is. 24 00:02:16,440 --> 00:02:18,640 Well, people need to calm down. 25 00:02:18,800 --> 00:02:21,520 They'll calm down as soon as you arrest someone. 26 00:02:22,360 --> 00:02:25,880 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. 27 00:02:28,440 --> 00:02:30,440 Amen. 28 00:02:34,680 --> 00:02:37,600 An eerie silence enveloped the town of broadchurch tonight 29 00:02:37,760 --> 00:02:41,520 as local residents came out in force to support the latimer family. 30 00:02:41,680 --> 00:02:46,880 United in grief they walked in silent vigil along the route where Danny latimer was last seen 31 00:02:47,040 --> 00:02:51,640 the night before his body was found beneath the cliffs on broadchurch beach. 32 00:02:51,800 --> 00:02:54,960 Police are hoping the reconstruction will jog people's memories 33 00:02:55,120 --> 00:02:57,880 for vital evidence surrounding Danny's death. 34 00:02:58,040 --> 00:03:03,520 And provide fresh leads for an investigation that is showing no sign of leading to an arrest. 35 00:03:03,680 --> 00:03:06,280 - Some within the town... - National news now. 36 00:03:06,960 --> 00:03:11,320 Since the interview. The journalist was right. 37 00:03:11,480 --> 00:03:13,480 Do you think it was Jack Marshall? 38 00:03:14,320 --> 00:03:16,720 And townspeople fear the events of the past few weeks 39 00:03:16,880 --> 00:03:18,920 may have changed their town forever. 40 00:03:23,840 --> 00:03:26,440 When are we gonna talk about what's happened? 41 00:03:27,520 --> 00:03:29,400 You mean what you did? 42 00:03:29,560 --> 00:03:31,560 Yeah. 43 00:03:35,560 --> 00:03:37,560 You... 44 00:03:38,640 --> 00:03:41,720 You selfish, childish... 45 00:03:43,560 --> 00:03:46,000 Egotistical, self-centred bastard. 46 00:03:46,160 --> 00:03:48,160 - Yeah. - Two children. 47 00:03:49,520 --> 00:03:50,720 Two children. 48 00:03:50,880 --> 00:03:55,480 15 years of... Collecting all of everyone's shit and... 49 00:03:55,640 --> 00:03:58,960 And washing it and cleaning it and folding it and tidying it. 50 00:03:59,120 --> 00:04:02,120 And going back to the start like I'm on a bloody wheel. 51 00:04:03,400 --> 00:04:05,880 - I've had offers too, you know. - I'm sure you have. 52 00:04:06,040 --> 00:04:08,720 I could have shagged my way round your mates at the kings arms. 53 00:04:08,880 --> 00:04:10,880 - I'm sure. - But I didn't. 54 00:04:12,600 --> 00:04:15,000 Because I'm... I'm a human being. 55 00:04:15,840 --> 00:04:17,800 Not a bloody animal. 56 00:04:17,960 --> 00:04:21,560 15... 15 I've been with you since. 57 00:04:23,640 --> 00:04:26,080 - Do you still fancy me? - Of course I do. 58 00:04:26,240 --> 00:04:30,360 No - not of course you do. You had sex with someone else. Why? 59 00:04:32,240 --> 00:04:34,240 What don't you get from me? 60 00:04:35,800 --> 00:04:37,360 Truthfully. 61 00:04:42,560 --> 00:04:44,800 - Surprise. - Cos, what? Cos I'm... 62 00:04:45,880 --> 00:04:49,920 I'm not inventive enough. Not experimental enough. What is it you want? 63 00:04:50,480 --> 00:04:52,480 - Eh? S and m? - No. 64 00:04:53,080 --> 00:04:55,520 - Role play? Threesomes? - Don't put words in my mouth. 65 00:04:55,680 --> 00:04:57,360 Dull, right? Well, I'm sorry. 66 00:04:57,520 --> 00:05:01,440 But if I'm dull it's only because I've never slept with anyone apart from you. 67 00:05:01,600 --> 00:05:03,440 It wasn't about you, Beth. 68 00:05:03,600 --> 00:05:05,920 You make me feel so special. Thanks, Mark. 69 00:05:08,400 --> 00:05:13,640 Becca, then. What's so great about her that it's worth risking all this for? 70 00:05:14,680 --> 00:05:16,560 - You really want to know? - Yeah. 71 00:05:16,720 --> 00:05:18,720 She was different. 72 00:05:20,160 --> 00:05:23,600 That's it. Not prettier or sexier or nothing. Just... 73 00:05:26,360 --> 00:05:27,800 New. 74 00:05:27,960 --> 00:05:30,480 And, I don't know, this... 75 00:05:31,240 --> 00:05:34,400 House and this town and this job of mine... 76 00:05:35,400 --> 00:05:38,520 It's all my life's ever gonna be, isn't it? I knew every second of it. 77 00:05:38,680 --> 00:05:41,240 And every second of it to come. 78 00:05:43,240 --> 00:05:45,400 I just felt trapped, Beth. 79 00:05:45,560 --> 00:05:48,120 And that's why I did it. And I wish to god I hadn't. 80 00:05:48,280 --> 00:05:53,560 And I wish to god that I could get our old, predictable, beautiful life back. 81 00:05:55,760 --> 00:05:58,440 Because what I wouldn't give for that right now. 82 00:05:59,000 --> 00:06:01,240 But... I can't, can I? 83 00:06:07,280 --> 00:06:09,280 I don't want to lose you, Beth. 84 00:06:11,200 --> 00:06:13,760 - But I think I already have. - I'm pregnant. 85 00:06:19,480 --> 00:06:21,360 Since when? 86 00:06:21,520 --> 00:06:23,520 Ouzo night. 87 00:06:24,120 --> 00:06:26,200 First shag in months. Thanks, ouzo. 88 00:06:28,400 --> 00:06:32,160 - You have to keep it. - I don't have to do anything you say right now. 89 00:06:35,720 --> 00:06:37,120 And the closing headlines: 90 00:06:37,280 --> 00:06:40,720 Hundreds of residents in the town of broadchurch lined the streets tonight 91 00:06:40,880 --> 00:06:44,880 to watch the reconstruction of the last-known moments of Danny latimer. 92 00:06:45,040 --> 00:06:48,560 Right. Press clippings on Jack Marshall. Everything since he moved here. 93 00:06:48,720 --> 00:06:50,520 Brilliant. Anything interesting? 94 00:06:50,680 --> 00:06:52,720 There's a good photo of him with the sea brigade. 95 00:06:52,880 --> 00:06:54,880 Wow. Where did you get this photo of Jack? 96 00:06:55,040 --> 00:06:58,440 He got papped at the latimers'. Photographer came to the hotel, we bought it. 97 00:06:58,600 --> 00:07:00,680 - Why did he go and see the famin? - Exactly. 98 00:07:01,040 --> 00:07:03,320 Right. We need 400 words on the reconstruction, 99 00:07:03,480 --> 00:07:05,880 and then main article - the exclusive. 100 00:07:06,040 --> 00:07:09,440 Everything you dug up on Jack, especially his previous conviction. 101 00:07:09,600 --> 00:07:11,480 - You're gonna write it. - What, me? 102 00:07:11,640 --> 00:07:13,600 Look at your little face. Yes, you. 103 00:07:13,760 --> 00:07:15,760 You did the work, you write the article. 104 00:07:15,920 --> 00:07:18,560 - We can run it under my byline. Be our secret. - Right. 105 00:07:20,120 --> 00:07:22,320 A list of the boats reported missing in the last month. 106 00:07:22,480 --> 00:07:23,680 - Any matches? - No. 107 00:07:23,840 --> 00:07:26,920 Also, details from north Yorkshire on that cold case. 108 00:07:27,320 --> 00:07:30,200 Er... young girl, ten years old. Raped and killed. 109 00:07:31,400 --> 00:07:33,560 Her body was found on top of a cliff at whitby. 110 00:07:33,720 --> 00:07:35,920 She'd been stabbed. So it's nothing like this mo. 111 00:07:36,080 --> 00:07:37,520 I'll look at it. What else? 112 00:07:37,680 --> 00:07:39,680 Forensics have come back on the phone. 113 00:07:39,840 --> 00:07:41,560 Mark's prints, but he handled it. 114 00:07:41,720 --> 00:07:44,840 Danny's DNA and Jack Marshall's, which tallies with him finding it. 115 00:07:45,000 --> 00:07:47,680 Or he claimed to find it cos he knew his DNA was already on it. 116 00:07:47,840 --> 00:07:51,760 Funny thing is, Mark confirmed the phone was Danny's when Jack handed it to him, but... 117 00:07:51,920 --> 00:07:54,160 I always saw Danny with a smartphone like Tom's. 118 00:07:54,320 --> 00:07:56,040 Did we get any data off the handset? 119 00:07:56,200 --> 00:07:58,720 Nothing. Everything's been set to forward to another number. 120 00:07:58,880 --> 00:08:02,560 That swankier device that you saw him with - can we trace that number? 121 00:08:02,720 --> 00:08:05,880 Yeah, but it's a pay-as-you-go sim. It's turned off, no signal. 122 00:08:06,040 --> 00:08:10,040 Why does a kid his age have two phones? How could he afford this other one? 123 00:08:10,200 --> 00:08:12,200 The cash we found in his room? 124 00:08:14,120 --> 00:08:16,400 Could that money have come from Jack Marshall? 125 00:08:23,800 --> 00:08:25,600 Did you see your son at the end tonight? 126 00:08:25,760 --> 00:08:27,640 A bit. He just wanted to go home. 127 00:08:27,800 --> 00:08:31,080 You tell him from me, he's a good lad. He did right by Danny. 128 00:08:41,120 --> 00:08:44,000 - You did good tonight, buddy. - Thanks. 129 00:08:44,840 --> 00:08:46,720 Definitely. 130 00:08:46,880 --> 00:08:48,880 Dad, what does mum think happened? 131 00:08:49,240 --> 00:08:51,560 Mate, she doesn't talk to me about it. 132 00:08:51,720 --> 00:08:54,160 Work and home - they're two different things. 133 00:08:54,320 --> 00:08:56,800 Does she think Danny knew the person who killed him? 134 00:08:56,960 --> 00:08:59,120 - I don't know. - What about the phone? 135 00:09:00,440 --> 00:09:02,320 The one mr Marshall had. 136 00:09:02,480 --> 00:09:04,480 Did they find anything on it? 137 00:09:05,040 --> 00:09:09,360 I'm sure mum will tell us anything we need to know. We have to let her do herjob. 138 00:09:09,880 --> 00:09:13,320 How long would someone get sent to prison for if they killed someone? 139 00:09:13,480 --> 00:09:16,480 I don't know, 20 years or something. Why are you asking? 140 00:09:17,240 --> 00:09:19,120 I just... wondered. 141 00:09:19,280 --> 00:09:21,280 I miss him, dad. 142 00:09:21,840 --> 00:09:24,520 I know. We all do. 143 00:09:33,960 --> 00:09:37,240 - Bloody hell, you work late. - Jesus, what you doing here? 144 00:09:37,880 --> 00:09:40,440 - Thought I'd come and see you. - No, you didn't. 145 00:09:40,600 --> 00:09:44,160 - Go away, Lucy, we've got nothing to say. - What? You won't even hear me out? 146 00:09:44,320 --> 00:09:46,280 Are you ready to seek professional help? 147 00:09:46,440 --> 00:09:50,520 I don't need that sort of help. I just need a bit of money to stand me up again. 148 00:09:50,680 --> 00:09:54,080 - Oh, here we go. Look at you. - Nothing changes, does it? 149 00:09:54,240 --> 00:09:56,640 Even with everything going on, you're self-obsessed. 150 00:09:56,800 --> 00:09:59,200 - £1,000, 900, and I'll be sorted. - I've lent you 3,000. 151 00:09:59,360 --> 00:10:02,720 - I saw something. I think you'll want to know. - What are you talking about? 152 00:10:02,880 --> 00:10:04,920 The night Danny latimer got killed. 153 00:10:06,640 --> 00:10:09,000 - I don't believe you. - I'm your bloody sister. 154 00:10:09,160 --> 00:10:12,600 You'd even use a boy's death to your own ends. You never fail to let me down. 155 00:10:13,440 --> 00:10:16,840 Right, what did you see the night Danny was killed? What night was it, even? 156 00:10:17,000 --> 00:10:19,200 - It was a Thursday. - Yeah, go on, then. 157 00:10:21,200 --> 00:10:22,840 Lend me that grand and I'll tell you. 158 00:10:23,680 --> 00:10:25,680 I don't even know you. 159 00:10:32,560 --> 00:10:35,200 - Ok, we need his age here, right at the top. - Yeah. 160 00:10:35,360 --> 00:10:39,560 Tell them where the newsagent's was in the town, how close to where the body was found. 161 00:10:39,720 --> 00:10:43,320 - What, quarter of a mile? - His house is closer, on top of the beach. 162 00:10:43,480 --> 00:10:45,480 And you haven't put that in there? 163 00:10:46,280 --> 00:10:49,200 - Didn't think. - Thinking definitely helps, olly. 164 00:10:49,440 --> 00:10:51,240 Right. Structure. 165 00:10:51,400 --> 00:10:54,800 Fifth para should be the third. That's where you want the detail in his past. 166 00:10:54,960 --> 00:10:58,320 Then we move these two sentences to the top of the second para. 167 00:10:58,480 --> 00:11:01,800 And... make this the close. See? 168 00:11:02,960 --> 00:11:05,680 Yeah, it's brilliant. That is brilliant, it's loads better. 169 00:11:05,840 --> 00:11:11,040 It's good. It's got all the facts, asks questions, clear point of view, but nothing sensationalised. 170 00:11:11,200 --> 00:11:14,320 You did well. You'll make someone a lovely apprentice. 171 00:11:15,760 --> 00:11:18,000 - Shall we send? - Really? 172 00:11:18,160 --> 00:11:20,160 Well, they're waiting. 173 00:11:20,680 --> 00:11:22,560 - Send. - Ok. 174 00:11:26,400 --> 00:11:28,280 - What you doing? - Sorry. 175 00:11:28,440 --> 00:11:31,800 - I've wanted to do that since you walked in. - Cheeky bastard. We're working. 176 00:11:31,960 --> 00:11:34,200 Sorry, yeah. I'm sorry, it was... inappropriate. 177 00:11:34,360 --> 00:11:36,360 Yeah, it was. 178 00:11:59,320 --> 00:12:03,200 He's got a conviction for kiddie-fiddling and they're letting him serve ice-creams. 179 00:12:03,360 --> 00:12:05,360 Who are we? We look after things ourselves. 180 00:12:05,520 --> 00:12:09,200 - If things are wrong we sort them out. - We have to wait till they got enough evidence. 181 00:12:09,360 --> 00:12:11,840 It's all over the paper. How much proof do you need? 182 00:12:12,000 --> 00:12:15,680 And what if waiting for evidence means it's too late? What if there's another kid? 183 00:12:15,840 --> 00:12:19,480 Say he has got something to do with it and we've just let him carry on. How sick... 184 00:12:19,640 --> 00:12:21,320 Enough! All right? 185 00:12:21,480 --> 00:12:23,360 Stop banging on at me. 186 00:12:23,520 --> 00:12:26,840 You know I can't do nothing. You want to do something, fine. 187 00:12:42,280 --> 00:12:45,040 Well, as you can see, the police tape's coming down. 188 00:12:45,200 --> 00:12:48,440 The beaches are fully opened, it's a beautiful part of the world and... 189 00:12:48,600 --> 00:12:53,320 We hope people aren't put off coming by this... tragic, yet isolated event. 190 00:12:53,480 --> 00:12:55,480 Thank you very much for your time. 191 00:12:56,760 --> 00:13:01,240 - Did I sound like a complete arsehole? - Not a complete one, no. 192 00:13:01,400 --> 00:13:03,800 I'm up next, so you'll have some competition. 193 00:13:03,960 --> 00:13:06,520 They bring us out here so they can hear the sound of the sea. 194 00:13:06,680 --> 00:13:09,720 - I hate this stuff, never done it before. - I do it all the time. 195 00:13:09,880 --> 00:13:11,840 It's just no-one normally cares. 196 00:13:12,000 --> 00:13:15,480 Except my mum. It's the only time she believes I'm a real priest. 197 00:13:15,640 --> 00:13:17,640 - That's parents for you. - Yeah. 198 00:13:19,120 --> 00:13:21,880 - Have you got family here? - No. Melbourne. 199 00:13:22,640 --> 00:13:24,640 Worrying about me. 200 00:13:25,200 --> 00:13:27,960 Wasn't there a guy who used to run the traders with you? 201 00:13:28,120 --> 00:13:30,320 My partner. Ex-partner. 202 00:13:30,480 --> 00:13:32,960 - Business partner? - Everything partner. 203 00:13:33,200 --> 00:13:36,280 Yeah, here's what I've learned. Don't buy a hotel with a dickhead. 204 00:13:36,440 --> 00:13:40,000 Good advice. Paul's letter to the corinthians says much the same. 205 00:13:40,160 --> 00:13:42,040 You're funny. 206 00:13:42,200 --> 00:13:44,200 Never met a funny vicar before. 207 00:13:47,400 --> 00:13:51,120 - Have you seen the herald today? - Yeah. Think it's him? 208 00:13:53,840 --> 00:13:55,840 I can't believe it would be. 209 00:13:56,640 --> 00:13:59,160 He's a bit weird, though, you've got to admit. 210 00:14:00,040 --> 00:14:02,040 We all have our foibles. 211 00:14:02,880 --> 00:14:04,880 - Reverend? - Oh, I'm up. 212 00:14:09,480 --> 00:14:11,360 Officer: Andy! 213 00:14:25,400 --> 00:14:27,400 Oh, shit, I slept in! 214 00:14:30,760 --> 00:14:34,000 - You are gonna use the back entrance? - You really are one dirty girl. 215 00:14:34,160 --> 00:14:36,840 - No, when you leave. Go out the back. - Yes, right. 216 00:14:37,000 --> 00:14:39,720 - Sorry. - I don't want any small-town gossip. 217 00:14:39,880 --> 00:14:43,040 But... you know, it was... what we... 218 00:14:43,200 --> 00:14:45,080 - You know, it was nice. - You mean the sex? 219 00:14:45,240 --> 00:14:48,400 Yes, the sex that we had for quite a while. 220 00:14:49,920 --> 00:14:53,040 - It was all right, wasn't it? - You really are quite needy, olly. 221 00:14:53,200 --> 00:14:55,600 Always wanting affirmation. Has anyone told you that? 222 00:14:55,760 --> 00:14:58,600 - I just like good feedback. - The sex was good. 223 00:14:58,760 --> 00:15:01,320 - Gmm. - No, just good. 224 00:15:02,440 --> 00:15:05,040 - Happy to give it another go? - Maybe. 225 00:15:07,120 --> 00:15:11,320 Hey, I was just wondering. You know that boat that the police found? 226 00:15:11,480 --> 00:15:14,960 How would you get out that far? Would you row? Do you need a motor? 227 00:15:15,120 --> 00:15:18,400 - When did you have time to wonder about that? - Do you know or not? 228 00:15:18,560 --> 00:15:21,360 We could see if you er... if you call me later. 229 00:15:22,400 --> 00:15:24,520 - So is it back entrance? - Out. 230 00:15:26,840 --> 00:15:28,840 And shut the bloody door. 231 00:15:36,840 --> 00:15:38,840 This isn't what we wrote. 232 00:15:40,320 --> 00:15:43,920 Yeah, tell everyone. They boycott his shop, nobody's to go near him. 233 00:15:44,080 --> 00:15:46,560 - Get off the phone now. - Yep, ok. Bye. 234 00:15:51,040 --> 00:15:53,640 - Where's mum? - Went out for a run first thing. 235 00:15:53,800 --> 00:15:57,000 Again. That's all she does now. Can't she bear to be with us? 236 00:15:57,160 --> 00:15:59,040 It's her way of coping. 237 00:15:59,200 --> 00:16:03,640 Now, listen to me. I know Jack Marshall and he's not what they're calling him in there. 238 00:16:03,800 --> 00:16:07,000 He's been in prison, gran. He saw Danny every day. 239 00:16:07,160 --> 00:16:10,920 Plenty of people saw him every day. Jack Marshall wouldn't hurt a fly. 240 00:16:11,080 --> 00:16:13,480 - He had sex with a kid. - You don't know the full details. 241 00:16:13,640 --> 00:16:16,760 - You believe everything you read. - You told us to go with the herald. 242 00:16:16,920 --> 00:16:21,000 - Now you're saying we can't believe them. - Not when they're accusing people I know. 243 00:16:21,160 --> 00:16:23,360 - We wait and see what the police do. - The police? 244 00:16:23,520 --> 00:16:25,760 We learn more from the papers than from the police. 245 00:16:25,920 --> 00:16:29,200 - I'm not sure that's fair. - Pete, what is the point of you? 246 00:16:29,360 --> 00:16:32,320 You're just getting fat off all the toast that we make you! 247 00:16:32,480 --> 00:16:35,480 - That's enough. - I'm right, though. They haven't got a clue. 248 00:16:35,640 --> 00:16:38,480 They take dad in for questioning while Jack is a paedophile. 249 00:16:38,640 --> 00:16:41,320 - Stop talking like that. - Just cos you have a soft spot for him, 250 00:16:41,480 --> 00:16:43,440 doesn't mean the rest of us are blind. 251 00:16:43,600 --> 00:16:45,840 How credible is Jack Marshall as a suspect? 252 00:16:46,000 --> 00:16:48,680 Strong links to Danny, he doesn't have an alibi for the night. 253 00:16:48,840 --> 00:16:51,680 - He had Danny's phone in his possession. - Who else is a possible? 254 00:16:51,840 --> 00:16:54,600 The dad - Mark. Very quick to lie about where he was. 255 00:16:54,760 --> 00:16:58,960 Had an alibi all set to go. Even now there's still two hours missing from his alibi. 256 00:16:59,120 --> 00:17:01,360 He used to hit Danny, according to Miller's son. 257 00:17:01,520 --> 00:17:04,720 - Occasionally, not all the time. - Think it's possible? 258 00:17:05,400 --> 00:17:08,080 - Maybe. I don't know. - You've changed your tune. 259 00:17:08,240 --> 00:17:12,960 Then there's Paul coates - local vicar, no alibi. Taught Danny about computers. 260 00:17:13,120 --> 00:17:16,920 Er... church overlooks the back of the latimer house. 261 00:17:17,080 --> 00:17:19,040 - We're running background. - Tread carefully. 262 00:17:19,200 --> 00:17:22,800 - We can do without offending the church. - Better hope it's not him, then. 263 00:17:25,240 --> 00:17:29,280 You are a year behind your projections with no sign of an upturn. 264 00:17:29,440 --> 00:17:33,960 And your... income forecast compared with your real income... 265 00:17:34,120 --> 00:17:36,120 Stinks, right? 266 00:17:36,600 --> 00:17:39,200 You've seen what the weather's been like and now... 267 00:17:39,360 --> 00:17:43,880 The bank are demanding a repayment of ten grand within 42 days or they repossess. 268 00:17:44,800 --> 00:17:46,800 Beth? 269 00:17:47,040 --> 00:17:50,560 Beth, I didn't expect to see you. Do you want a drink? 270 00:17:50,720 --> 00:17:52,560 What? 271 00:17:52,720 --> 00:17:54,720 Ok, that's enough. 272 00:17:55,280 --> 00:17:57,280 For Christ's sake! 273 00:17:57,880 --> 00:18:01,680 - All right, that's enough. Enough. - I'm doing your windows next. 274 00:18:01,920 --> 00:18:05,560 - Stop throwing crisps. Stop throwing... - I've got five flavours to get through. 275 00:18:05,720 --> 00:18:08,160 - I'm sorry, it was a mistake. - Too right it was. 276 00:18:08,320 --> 00:18:13,160 My husband! Cos I will nail you to the floor before I let you wreck 15 years of my life! 277 00:18:13,320 --> 00:18:16,280 - I am sorry. If we'd known what was gonna... - Don't you dare. 278 00:18:16,440 --> 00:18:18,680 Don't you dare bring that into it. 279 00:18:18,840 --> 00:18:22,160 Come near my family again and I'll break your fucking face. 280 00:18:22,640 --> 00:18:25,000 Ok. Understood. 281 00:18:25,400 --> 00:18:27,160 - Let's get some air. - Know what she did? 282 00:18:27,320 --> 00:18:29,320 I'm getting the gist. 283 00:18:49,720 --> 00:18:53,680 That's not my article. You rewrote the whole bloody thing, stoked it up. 284 00:18:53,840 --> 00:18:55,600 Made it all emotive. 285 00:18:55,760 --> 00:18:57,280 You loaded it against him. 286 00:18:57,440 --> 00:19:01,280 I restructured it so it had enough bite for you to get a front-page byline. 287 00:19:01,440 --> 00:19:02,960 What are you complaining about? 288 00:19:03,120 --> 00:19:05,800 It's a misrepresentation. People here will think I wrote that. 289 00:19:05,960 --> 00:19:09,000 Take your head out of your backside and get more on Jack Marshall. 290 00:19:09,160 --> 00:19:12,240 What's his history? What do his neighbours think of him? 291 00:19:12,400 --> 00:19:14,480 You're ahead of the pack. Keep going. 292 00:19:15,480 --> 00:19:18,080 - You could make a complaint to them. - Would that stop them? 293 00:19:18,240 --> 00:19:20,000 Honestly? No. 294 00:19:21,160 --> 00:19:25,320 But... if you co-operate with us a bit more we can clear you of all suspicion. 295 00:19:25,480 --> 00:19:27,080 You think I haven't heard that before? 296 00:19:27,240 --> 00:19:30,560 "Co-operate and we'll make it all right." Next thing I'm being charged. 297 00:19:30,720 --> 00:19:33,920 All I want is to get to the truth of Danny latimer's death. 298 00:19:39,600 --> 00:19:43,120 I used to be in the sea brigade. Jack Marshall threw me out. 299 00:19:44,440 --> 00:19:46,320 You're kidding? Why? 300 00:19:46,480 --> 00:19:48,640 He was always wanting hugs from the boys. 301 00:19:48,800 --> 00:19:52,800 And he'd love us getting in our trunks when it was hot. 302 00:19:53,000 --> 00:19:55,680 That's when he'd come round, put his arm on our shoulder. 303 00:19:55,840 --> 00:19:59,160 I was like, "no, thanks, mate. No hugs from me." 304 00:20:00,240 --> 00:20:03,080 Hm... didn't like me after that. 305 00:20:03,640 --> 00:20:05,640 Kept asking what was wrong with me. 306 00:20:09,200 --> 00:20:11,240 Why are you looking at me like that? 307 00:20:56,960 --> 00:20:59,920 Karen: I need this corroborated. I can't just take your word for it. 308 00:21:00,080 --> 00:21:03,040 Show her. I had him do a list. I knew you'd ask. 309 00:21:07,240 --> 00:21:10,640 Three lads who were there the same time as I was. 310 00:21:11,560 --> 00:21:14,040 - Numbers all there. - You came prepared. 311 00:21:15,080 --> 00:21:17,920 - Are you sure about this? - We all know what he's like. 312 00:21:18,080 --> 00:21:19,880 And the police are doing nothing. 313 00:21:20,040 --> 00:21:23,320 When we've finished here you need to put this in a statement to the police. 314 00:21:23,480 --> 00:21:26,960 But you're gonna use it? Everyone's gonna know what Jack did. 315 00:21:28,760 --> 00:21:33,080 - You said if I ever needed anything... - Yeah, of course. People need to know. 316 00:21:38,760 --> 00:21:41,560 I wanted to apologise. Not to her - to you. 317 00:21:42,520 --> 00:21:45,600 I can't believe I did it. I can - I can believe it. 318 00:21:45,760 --> 00:21:48,600 God, it felt good. Do you think I'll have to pay her? 319 00:21:48,760 --> 00:21:50,680 I'm not paying her. She can whistle for that. 320 00:21:50,840 --> 00:21:52,840 Beth. 321 00:21:53,480 --> 00:21:56,600 Have you thought about maybe seeing a bereavement counsellor? 322 00:21:56,760 --> 00:21:58,920 I don't want to see a counsellor. 323 00:21:59,080 --> 00:22:03,560 A counsellor will want me to stop being angry. I need my anger. It's all I've got. 324 00:22:09,280 --> 00:22:13,640 Mark knows about the pregnancy. He said I had to keep it. 325 00:22:15,360 --> 00:22:16,640 I think he's right. 326 00:22:16,800 --> 00:22:19,360 Well, if the men think that's what's best let's do it. 327 00:22:19,520 --> 00:22:23,200 I hate it... this thing growing inside me. 328 00:22:23,360 --> 00:22:27,160 I don't want it. It's not right. Danny should be growing. I'm not done with him. 329 00:22:27,320 --> 00:22:29,320 I want him. 330 00:22:30,680 --> 00:22:35,720 I had one job as his mum - get him ready for the world. 331 00:22:36,520 --> 00:22:40,840 Set him up to meet it and be the best he could be, and I failed him. I let him down. 332 00:22:41,000 --> 00:22:43,520 - No, you didn't. He was taken. - Why? 333 00:22:43,680 --> 00:22:47,000 Why did your god create him and then take him back? 334 00:22:47,160 --> 00:22:48,960 I don't know. 335 00:22:50,880 --> 00:22:54,080 Some people think that he takes those he loves the most first. 336 00:22:55,040 --> 00:22:57,040 Pretty bloody selfish god. 337 00:22:57,800 --> 00:22:59,800 I don't know the reasons. 338 00:23:00,520 --> 00:23:03,880 I just know that this is the life we have and we have to accept that. 339 00:23:04,040 --> 00:23:07,280 Why? Why should I accept this? 340 00:23:08,160 --> 00:23:10,320 What did I do wrong? Why am I being punished? 341 00:23:10,480 --> 00:23:13,000 I don't know. I don't know. I wish I did. 342 00:23:19,360 --> 00:23:21,360 Joe: Yeah! 343 00:23:22,400 --> 00:23:25,440 Everybody I know is stopping their kids from doing their paper round. 344 00:23:25,600 --> 00:23:28,840 Andy's getting up a petition - get him chucked out of the sea brigade. 345 00:23:29,000 --> 00:23:31,480 Maybe we should wait until we know a bit more. 346 00:23:31,760 --> 00:23:33,920 - What if it's too late by then? - Fred: Whee! 347 00:23:34,080 --> 00:23:37,480 - You don't know it's Jack Marshall. - You don't know it ain't. 348 00:23:51,320 --> 00:23:53,320 Hello, boy. 349 00:23:56,080 --> 00:23:59,720 He likes you. Don't normally like kids. 350 00:24:00,480 --> 00:24:02,320 - What's his name? - Vince. 351 00:24:03,200 --> 00:24:05,880 - Are you not playing? - Nah. Spent all my money. 352 00:24:07,640 --> 00:24:10,120 You can take him for a walk sometime if you like. 353 00:24:10,280 --> 00:24:12,680 - Really? - I'm over at the caravan park. 354 00:24:12,840 --> 00:24:15,760 Three back from the beach. Number three on the door. 355 00:24:17,600 --> 00:24:19,680 You can knock for him whenever you want. 356 00:24:21,880 --> 00:24:24,640 - What's your name? - Tom... Miller. 357 00:24:24,800 --> 00:24:27,920 Nice to meet you, Tom. I'm Susan. 358 00:24:29,960 --> 00:24:32,560 Right, then. Come on. Up you get. Good boy. 359 00:24:32,720 --> 00:24:34,720 Good boy. 360 00:24:35,200 --> 00:24:37,200 Three back from the beach. 361 00:24:54,800 --> 00:24:56,800 Press photographers: Jack! Jack! 362 00:25:18,440 --> 00:25:21,280 - Did this one get rewritten too? - No, that's all me. 363 00:25:21,440 --> 00:25:24,720 It's all true. Dean and Chloe came to us. Well, her - Karen. 364 00:25:25,680 --> 00:25:30,000 No wonder your boss couldn't resist it. It's a good story. I wish it wasn't. 365 00:25:31,720 --> 00:25:34,360 You've brought a shit-fight frenzy down on us now. 366 00:25:34,520 --> 00:25:36,520 Not me. Jack Marshall. 367 00:25:37,840 --> 00:25:39,920 Jack, Jack! 368 00:25:40,680 --> 00:25:42,680 Back you go, gents. 369 00:25:44,440 --> 00:25:47,400 How is this allowed to happen? I need police protection. 370 00:25:47,560 --> 00:25:50,120 - I'm under siege. - Has anyone threatened you? 371 00:25:50,280 --> 00:25:52,280 Physically intimidated you? 372 00:25:52,840 --> 00:25:55,280 Did you not see that lot? I'm under siege. 373 00:25:55,440 --> 00:25:58,840 Just stay inside. Bit of luck it will all abate soon enough. 374 00:25:59,600 --> 00:26:03,400 Stay inside? That's it? You get 'em away from here. I've a shop to run. 375 00:26:03,560 --> 00:26:06,360 - Well, not today. - You're doing this deliberately. 376 00:26:06,520 --> 00:26:10,400 Seeing if I'll crack. You've got me marked and nothing will make any difference. 377 00:26:10,560 --> 00:26:14,040 We don't work like that. But you have kept things back from us. 378 00:26:23,320 --> 00:26:26,400 I was a music teacher. She was a pupil. 379 00:26:27,680 --> 00:26:29,400 No boys involved. A girl. 380 00:26:30,280 --> 00:26:32,160 I'm sure you can fill in the gaps. 381 00:26:32,320 --> 00:26:34,080 You had sex with a pupil? 382 00:26:34,240 --> 00:26:36,960 - I had a relationship. - Who made the first move? 383 00:26:37,600 --> 00:26:39,600 It was a mutual attraction. 384 00:26:40,880 --> 00:26:42,880 And you had sex how many times? 385 00:26:43,640 --> 00:26:45,400 You think I put notches on my bedpost? 386 00:26:45,560 --> 00:26:47,280 Who told the police? 387 00:26:47,440 --> 00:26:50,440 Her father. I was made an example of. 388 00:26:50,600 --> 00:26:52,480 Served a year. 389 00:26:52,640 --> 00:26:54,640 I was lucky to make it out alive. 390 00:26:58,960 --> 00:27:01,440 She was 15 years and 11 months. 391 00:27:03,360 --> 00:27:07,040 Another four weeks and one day and nothing would have been amiss. 392 00:27:07,680 --> 00:27:09,440 I served my time. 393 00:27:09,600 --> 00:27:13,280 For god's sake. You should have told us this, when we first asked. 394 00:27:14,600 --> 00:27:16,480 It was nobody's business but mine. 395 00:27:16,640 --> 00:27:20,160 Did you have any contact with the girl after you were released? 396 00:27:21,600 --> 00:27:25,000 I married her, the week after I was released. 397 00:27:26,640 --> 00:27:29,520 She was 17, I was 40. 398 00:27:35,680 --> 00:27:38,560 - What are you doing to protect Jack? - Why is it your business? 399 00:27:38,720 --> 00:27:41,520 - He's my parishioner. He's terrified. - We've been over to him. 400 00:27:41,680 --> 00:27:44,520 - We're trying to keep the press at bay. - You're not doing a good job. 401 00:27:44,680 --> 00:27:48,240 There is an innocent man being hounded and you need to do something about it. 402 00:27:48,400 --> 00:27:50,600 You're certain he's innocent, are you? 403 00:27:51,920 --> 00:27:53,800 You're certain he's not? 404 00:27:53,960 --> 00:27:55,760 Your concern's noted. 405 00:27:58,640 --> 00:28:02,440 What Marshall said doesn't alter the fact. He has a conviction, and is a suspect. 406 00:28:02,600 --> 00:28:05,840 We can't be distracted by him or this press. We persevere with evidence. 407 00:28:06,000 --> 00:28:08,000 - Are we on? - Yes. 408 00:28:11,000 --> 00:28:14,040 Four similar cigarette butts all within three feet of one another, 409 00:28:14,200 --> 00:28:17,120 within four feet of where the boy's body was found. 410 00:28:17,280 --> 00:28:19,000 - What makes them special? - Timing. 411 00:28:19,160 --> 00:28:21,280 If they'd been there more than a few hours earlier 412 00:28:21,440 --> 00:28:23,080 they'd have been washed away by the tide. 413 00:28:23,240 --> 00:28:26,640 But there's no traces of tide water on them. They were left there that morning 414 00:28:26,800 --> 00:28:28,880 about the same time the body was. 415 00:28:29,040 --> 00:28:32,840 - Is that a common brand? - High tar. It's quite unusual these days. 416 00:28:33,000 --> 00:28:34,720 If they were bought locally, 417 00:28:34,880 --> 00:28:38,080 you might be in with a shout of people remembering the purchaser. 418 00:28:38,240 --> 00:28:40,520 - Four cigarettes? - What's the matter? 419 00:28:41,800 --> 00:28:45,440 All that way to drop off a body and then stand and smoke. Doesn't make sense. 420 00:28:45,600 --> 00:28:47,880 The important thing is, who smokes them? 421 00:28:57,640 --> 00:29:00,600 - You can't live without me, can you? - I ain't staying. 422 00:29:00,760 --> 00:29:03,240 There's things happening that I need to see to. 423 00:29:03,600 --> 00:29:06,400 - So I want you to take that and go. - What's that? 424 00:29:07,480 --> 00:29:09,440 500 quid. 425 00:29:09,600 --> 00:29:12,440 500? Is that what I'm worth? 426 00:29:12,920 --> 00:29:14,680 It's all I could get. 427 00:29:16,240 --> 00:29:20,400 You see that Van? I got a crossbow in that Van. I ain't messing about. 428 00:29:20,560 --> 00:29:23,760 We need to find a way of working this out... together. 429 00:29:44,960 --> 00:29:47,080 Who's the boy I saw you with last night? 430 00:29:50,720 --> 00:29:54,920 And don't mess me about, Chloe, cos we are way beyond that in this house now. 431 00:29:57,080 --> 00:29:59,080 - His name's Dean. - Dean. 432 00:29:59,400 --> 00:30:02,400 - Why didn't you tell us you had a boyfriend? - Like the last two times? 433 00:30:02,560 --> 00:30:05,120 - How old is he? - Do we have to do this now? 434 00:30:05,280 --> 00:30:07,760 Yes, we do. I'm sick of not knowing things. 435 00:30:09,880 --> 00:30:11,880 - 17. - 17? 436 00:30:13,200 --> 00:30:16,360 - And he's going out with a 15-year-old? - Yes. Just like you did with mum. 437 00:30:16,520 --> 00:30:19,000 - Don't get smart with me. - Just ask me, dad. 438 00:30:19,160 --> 00:30:21,440 - Fine! Are you having sex with him? - Yes! 439 00:30:21,600 --> 00:30:24,080 We use condoms, which is more than you and mum did. 440 00:30:24,240 --> 00:30:27,520 - I'm not having you talk to me like that, Chloe. - I got you out of a police cell! 441 00:30:27,680 --> 00:30:31,840 I saw how you and Becca Fisher were looking at each other. Want to talk about that too? 442 00:30:32,000 --> 00:30:36,760 You flirting in front of my eyes whilst I was doing shifts at the traders and you... 443 00:30:41,920 --> 00:30:43,760 Sea brigade, Jack Marshall. 444 00:30:43,920 --> 00:30:48,240 I got a call from one of the other dads. They're rounding up a posse to get him. 445 00:31:00,800 --> 00:31:03,000 Request for backup at sea brigade hall. 446 00:31:03,280 --> 00:31:06,160 - Man: Paedo! - All right, lads, let's not be daft here. 447 00:31:06,320 --> 00:31:07,960 We're here to talk with Jack. 448 00:31:08,120 --> 00:31:11,000 There's no meeting here tonight. No boys are coming here, Jack. 449 00:31:11,160 --> 00:31:14,120 We don't want you near our kids. We don't feel safe with that. 450 00:31:14,280 --> 00:31:17,640 You don't have kids, Nigel. You didn't even get a badge for knots. 451 00:31:17,800 --> 00:31:19,560 Yeah? I can speak for those that do. 452 00:31:19,720 --> 00:31:22,200 Mark: Not really, nige. 453 00:31:22,360 --> 00:31:24,040 - All right, boys. - Criminal! 454 00:31:24,200 --> 00:31:25,880 - Mate. - Get away, come on. 455 00:31:26,040 --> 00:31:27,520 Get back! 456 00:31:27,680 --> 00:31:30,400 - You don't need to be involved. - Get back! 457 00:31:35,680 --> 00:31:37,680 - You're a dead man! - Do it, Mark. 458 00:31:38,760 --> 00:31:40,760 All right, nige. 459 00:31:41,640 --> 00:31:44,040 A lot of people saying a lot of stuff about you, Jack. 460 00:31:44,200 --> 00:31:47,840 I'm not what they're calling me and... I didn't go near your boy. 461 00:31:48,000 --> 00:31:50,000 You had Dan's phone. 462 00:31:50,720 --> 00:31:53,640 He left it in the bottom of his delivery bag, I swear. 463 00:31:54,280 --> 00:31:56,600 You've been to prison, though, ain't you? 464 00:31:58,440 --> 00:32:00,440 Hey? 465 00:32:01,840 --> 00:32:05,480 There was a girl. We had an affair. 466 00:32:06,320 --> 00:32:08,560 She was 15, nearly 16. 467 00:32:09,960 --> 00:32:11,960 Same age as Beth when you met her. 468 00:32:13,640 --> 00:32:15,640 Mark. 469 00:32:16,360 --> 00:32:18,360 We married, we had a son together. 470 00:32:20,560 --> 00:32:23,720 Yeah, where is he now, then? Why ain't he with you now? 471 00:32:26,960 --> 00:32:30,600 He died, aged six. Car accident. 472 00:32:31,280 --> 00:32:33,280 She was driving. 473 00:32:34,600 --> 00:32:39,120 The grief ripped us apart, so I came here. Fresh start. 474 00:32:43,360 --> 00:32:47,040 They're saying I wanted to hug the boys because I'm a paedophile. 475 00:32:48,600 --> 00:32:51,560 It was never that. I missed my boy. 476 00:32:52,480 --> 00:32:55,640 I missed touching him, holding him. 477 00:32:57,840 --> 00:32:59,840 I miss my boy every day. 478 00:33:07,920 --> 00:33:12,240 What sort of world is this, Mark, where it's wrong for a man to seek affection? 479 00:33:13,840 --> 00:33:15,840 I would never harm Danny. 480 00:33:16,880 --> 00:33:21,240 We're the same, Mark. No parent should outlive their child. 481 00:33:25,600 --> 00:33:27,600 Your boy, he... 482 00:33:28,720 --> 00:33:30,720 He was a good boy. 483 00:33:35,680 --> 00:33:37,560 Joe: Mark, you ok? 484 00:33:37,720 --> 00:33:39,680 - Yeah. Go home, boys. - Nige: What's he saying? 485 00:33:39,840 --> 00:33:42,320 Go home now! The lot of you! 486 00:33:45,560 --> 00:33:48,160 Man: You're dead, mate. Dead! 487 00:33:48,520 --> 00:33:50,520 Come on. 488 00:33:57,520 --> 00:34:00,400 You should get away from here, Jack. It's not safe. 489 00:34:01,320 --> 00:34:03,320 This is my home now. 490 00:34:03,760 --> 00:34:05,760 People have made up their minds. 491 00:34:09,120 --> 00:34:12,600 If you want to stay safe I'd get as far away from here as you can. 492 00:34:32,280 --> 00:34:34,880 Karen: Why down here? I thought we'd be going to the harbour. 493 00:34:35,040 --> 00:34:37,800 Olly: No, it's a dry dock. Posh name for "we keep it here". 494 00:34:37,960 --> 00:34:41,240 How come you've got a boat, anyway? 495 00:34:41,400 --> 00:34:44,400 Er... it was my dad's. And then he left a few years ago. 496 00:34:45,120 --> 00:34:48,800 We used to go out in it, but after he went I never fancied it so much. 497 00:34:49,360 --> 00:34:51,240 How did your mum cope when he left? 498 00:34:51,400 --> 00:34:53,400 She didn't. 499 00:34:58,640 --> 00:35:00,520 Which one is it? 500 00:35:00,680 --> 00:35:03,440 It's not here. It's gone. 501 00:35:04,840 --> 00:35:07,000 - When did you last see the boat? - Eight weeks ago. 502 00:35:07,160 --> 00:35:09,040 - The whole thing? - The motor and everything. 503 00:35:09,200 --> 00:35:11,240 - Why'd you leave the motor on it? - Dad always did. 504 00:35:11,360 --> 00:35:13,240 And I always told him not to. 505 00:35:13,400 --> 00:35:15,640 Do you think it could be the boat that was burned? 506 00:35:15,800 --> 00:35:19,960 It's late, Oliver. Thank you for reporting it. I've given a picture to soco. Leave it with me. 507 00:35:20,120 --> 00:35:23,320 - You can go now. - But if you find it was, can I have the story? 508 00:35:23,480 --> 00:35:25,280 Don't announce it, give it to me. 509 00:35:25,440 --> 00:35:28,600 If was our boat - my boat. Dad's boat. 510 00:36:24,800 --> 00:36:27,120 - Ellie? - Oh, god, Brian, I just want to go home. 511 00:36:27,280 --> 00:36:29,960 That picture you got of the boat it's a match with what we have. 512 00:36:30,120 --> 00:36:32,840 The colour, the moulding - it could be the one. We'll confirm. 513 00:36:34,440 --> 00:36:37,440 - Right. Good. Sort of. - And we got Danny's DNA on the burnt boat, 514 00:36:37,600 --> 00:36:39,400 so if it's a match we're there, we got it. 515 00:36:41,200 --> 00:36:43,200 - Ok. - Listen. 516 00:36:44,840 --> 00:36:46,840 Do you fancy a drink one night? 517 00:36:47,760 --> 00:36:50,800 - Sorry, I'm married, Brian. - That's an issue, is it? 518 00:36:50,960 --> 00:36:54,600 - Happily married, Brian. - Oh. Ok. Fair enough. 519 00:36:56,080 --> 00:36:58,480 - Only lots of people aren't, are they? - I am. 520 00:36:58,640 --> 00:37:00,160 Good. 521 00:37:00,320 --> 00:37:02,320 Well, there we go. 522 00:37:03,440 --> 00:37:06,040 Do you need anything from the kitchen? A cup of tea or... 523 00:37:06,200 --> 00:37:08,200 No, I'm fine. Thanks, though. 524 00:37:20,320 --> 00:37:23,840 Erm... the burned boat. Bit weird. 525 00:37:24,000 --> 00:37:27,560 Erm... the boat itself was my ex-brother-in-law's. 526 00:37:29,520 --> 00:37:31,600 Yeah, I know. Bit of a surprise, olly's dad. 527 00:37:31,760 --> 00:37:35,080 He's been gone a while. Left my sister a couple of years ago. 528 00:37:36,200 --> 00:37:40,040 The boat that was burned, that has Danny's DNA on it, was your brother's? 529 00:37:40,200 --> 00:37:44,600 Yeah. It was just left, just off the beach, with the motor chained to it. 530 00:37:44,760 --> 00:37:48,040 I mean, anyone could have taken it, just use bolt cutters. 531 00:37:48,360 --> 00:37:51,640 - Who knew it was there? - Everyone did. It wasn't a secret. 532 00:37:52,920 --> 00:37:54,800 Your son Tom, did he know? 533 00:37:54,960 --> 00:37:57,120 - Yeah. Why? - Did Danny? 534 00:37:57,280 --> 00:37:59,000 I don't know. 535 00:38:00,760 --> 00:38:05,680 All right, well, see if forensics can get any other prints or DNA off the shards, 536 00:38:05,840 --> 00:38:08,400 match them against all the elimination prints. 537 00:38:11,120 --> 00:38:13,120 Oh, and erm... funny thing. 538 00:38:13,280 --> 00:38:17,640 I had to tell someone. Erm... soco Brian just asked me out. 539 00:38:18,520 --> 00:38:21,000 - Brian? Why would he do that? - Thanks a lot. 540 00:38:21,640 --> 00:38:24,680 - You're married. - I told him that, but it didn't seem to faze him. 541 00:38:26,120 --> 00:38:28,320 - Flattering? - Well, sort of. 542 00:38:28,480 --> 00:38:30,760 But it's soco, they've had their hands everywhere. 543 00:38:30,920 --> 00:38:32,920 - Dirty Brian. - Yeah. 544 00:38:38,200 --> 00:38:41,320 - Sir, do you think we'll get them, the killer? - We will. 545 00:38:44,560 --> 00:38:46,560 You didn't on sandbrook. 546 00:38:52,400 --> 00:38:54,800 - How long you been waiting to bring that up? - I haven't. 547 00:38:54,960 --> 00:38:56,960 Sandbrook was different. 548 00:38:57,960 --> 00:39:01,680 - Did you get it wrong? - Wow. You really have been bottling this up. 549 00:39:03,800 --> 00:39:06,960 You think you've been lumbered with a senior office not fit for purpose? 550 00:39:07,120 --> 00:39:10,080 - I don't know. It all got hushed up. - I didn't want that. 551 00:39:14,880 --> 00:39:19,120 A mistake was made. A big mistake. 552 00:39:22,200 --> 00:39:24,200 By you? 553 00:39:25,360 --> 00:39:27,360 I don't want to talk about it. 554 00:39:31,560 --> 00:39:34,920 These are my friends, people I've known all my life. We can't let them down. 555 00:39:35,560 --> 00:39:37,560 We won't. 556 00:40:00,080 --> 00:40:06,200 UK border agency is described as a troubled organisation which will take years to turn round. 557 00:40:06,600 --> 00:40:13,360 People who have abused their position in this country to commit offences and who are... 558 00:40:14,360 --> 00:40:16,360 Can we not listen to the news? 559 00:40:24,560 --> 00:40:27,400 - You know I love you, Beth. - I know you say it. 560 00:40:28,760 --> 00:40:30,760 Since you've been caught out. 561 00:40:34,320 --> 00:40:36,760 - Did Danny know about you and Becca? - No. 562 00:40:38,760 --> 00:40:40,760 No, he didn't. I swear. 563 00:40:43,680 --> 00:40:45,520 Beth, please. 564 00:40:46,760 --> 00:40:49,640 Why don't we make an agreement, just for tonight, eh? 565 00:40:49,800 --> 00:40:51,800 No bickering and no silences. 566 00:40:53,800 --> 00:40:55,920 Let's just find something else. 567 00:41:03,880 --> 00:41:06,560 I saw you come in, I know it's late. You don't mind, do you? 568 00:41:06,720 --> 00:41:08,320 No, it's fine. Come in. 569 00:41:10,520 --> 00:41:12,120 So, here's an issue. 570 00:41:12,280 --> 00:41:15,600 I've just got journalists and press photographers asking me about rooms, 571 00:41:15,760 --> 00:41:19,760 and I know you don't want to bump into them in the corridor and I wouldn't normally ask... 572 00:41:19,920 --> 00:41:23,400 It's just that my usual holiday bookings, they've cancelled, 573 00:41:23,560 --> 00:41:26,400 and I'm not gonna make it to next spring at this rate, so... 574 00:41:26,560 --> 00:41:28,800 - What are you asking me? - I wanted to suggest a deal. 575 00:41:28,960 --> 00:41:30,800 You give me a pass on the journalists 576 00:41:30,960 --> 00:41:34,120 and I will charge the police half the usual rate for your room. 577 00:41:34,280 --> 00:41:38,600 - You like my company that much? - I've had worse guests. 578 00:41:41,080 --> 00:41:43,560 It must be a bloody hard job running this place. 579 00:41:43,720 --> 00:41:45,720 You have no idea. 580 00:41:47,320 --> 00:41:49,320 How do you relax? 581 00:41:49,920 --> 00:41:51,920 I have my ways. 582 00:41:55,440 --> 00:41:57,280 Would you... 583 00:42:01,160 --> 00:42:03,280 Do you want to relax a bit with me, here? 584 00:42:03,800 --> 00:42:05,120 - Tonight? - God, no! 585 00:42:05,280 --> 00:42:07,640 - No, I mean, it's not what I meant. - Good. Sorry. 586 00:42:07,800 --> 00:42:10,480 - It's not that I wouldn't, or that you're... - No, no. Of course. 587 00:42:10,640 --> 00:42:12,920 - It's just... - I'd... I'd be worried. 588 00:42:14,400 --> 00:42:18,320 - Worried? - That you'd... collapse on me. 589 00:42:20,640 --> 00:42:22,320 Right. Thanks. 590 00:42:27,160 --> 00:42:29,400 I'm really sorry about the misunderstanding. 591 00:42:51,320 --> 00:42:53,320 Mark: Yeah... 592 00:43:01,840 --> 00:43:04,320 - He was obsessed with rockets, wasn't he? - Mm-hm. 593 00:45:26,520 --> 00:45:31,440 J“ through dark and light I fight to be 594 00:45:32,680 --> 00:45:40,040 j“ so close, shadows and lies mask you from me 595 00:45:41,040 --> 00:45:48,160 j“ so close, wrap my skin, the darkness within 596 00:45:49,200 --> 00:45:55,640 j“ so close, the moral of our lives no-one can win 49008

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