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His television appearances include Consenting Adults, two episodes of Doctor Who ("Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood"), The Brittas Empire, Green Wing, Silk, The Government Inspector (as John Scarlett), The Last Detective and DI Torrens for a few episodes in The Bill in 2001.
He has also appeared in a 2008 series of British television advertisements for First Direct, with Matthew King.
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After last week's murderless instalment it is back to business as usual in this enjoyably barmy story that has all the elements of classic Midsomer Murders; the UFO hunters are as barmy as we expect special interest groups to be in this series.
We also have the military; most notably the rather overbearing Group Captain Jeremy Ford, a fine performance from Pip Torrens, a fiancé who may not be happy about his girlfriend having a lesbian lover as well as a man who disappeared in the eighties after being accused of treason.
In 2012 he appeared in the first episode of series 8 of Hustle as Heinz Zimmermann and also presented new gameshow The Devil's Dinner Party.
There are of course some far-fetched moments; most notable the fact that the woods contain an unsecured entrance to secret military tunnels from where people managed to steal a large piece of military equipment but Barnaby and Nelson were found in minutes this doesn't spoil the story though as nobody watches this for its gritty realism.
Away from the case Barnaby's birthday is approaching and he is convinced that his wife is planning something for him; this provides some amusement but is fairly predictable.
I am still a little unsure about Nelson, I feel like they're not doing enough to promote his character enough.
Is he the only man in CID that doesn't wear a shirt and tie?
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It was good to see news of the dead girl's lesbian relationship being treated in a matter of fact way rather than something either shameful or salacious.