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George Kitchener Bulman, TV's scruffiest, quirkiest cop, has retired from police work. But old habits die hard, and the plan to spend his days mending clocks in his South London antiques-cum-junk shop went out of the window when he found himself partnering with Lucy McGinty, a university drop-out with a passion for criminology, in a private detective agency.
The classics-quoting detective is now back on the street, tackling murder plots, terrorism and international espionage, and even dodging the attentions of a contract killer. But the old skills which turned Bulman into a cult figure in Granada's classic police series Strangers are ever present - along with the tatty string gloves and plastic carrier-bag "briefcase" - and this time around, old "GBH" is free of the police code...
Don Henderson stars opposite BAFTA nominee Siobhan Redmond in this second series, scripted by Strangers stalwart Murray Smith and featuring appearances by Iain Cuthbertson, Robert Hardy, Ingrid Pitt, Thorley Walters, Jack Shepherd and Graham Crowden.
loved it bulman brings back so many memories of someone so unconventialPublished 3 months ago by mike b
Don Henderson created this wonderful character Bulman going back to The XYZ Man, and Strangers. His work was as good as any as any I have ever seen and I was born in 1950 watching... Read morePublished on 21 April 2012 by Eric