Win New Tricks Series 12 on DVD
'Snappy lines, a feisty plot' Radio Times
'A terrific script and cast' **** Nouse
THE TEAM are back for the twelfth and final series of the much-loved, smash hit BBC drama New Tricks which comes to DVD alongside a bumper box set, New Tricks The Complete Collection on 12 October 2015 courtesy of RLJ Entertainment’s Acorn Label.
Investigating the Met’s cold cases under the watchful eye of their boss DCI Sasha Miller (Tamzin Outhwaite - EastEnders), Larry Lamb (EastEnders) joins The Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad as old school ex-copper Ted Case, alongside returning cast members Nicholas Lyndhurst (Only Fools and Horses), Denis Lawson (Star Wars) and Dennis Waterman (Minder) for a dramatic final ten episodes, packed full of the mystery, drama and trademark humour the fans know and love.
The team must put head over heart as one of their own is implemented in a case that spans three decades and shakes the police force to its core, while the very existence of UCOS also comes under threat.
Gerry (Waterman) becomes embroiled in a scandal that forces him to confront some skeletons in his closet, while Danny (Lyndhurst) and Fiona (Tracy-Ann Oberman – Eastenders) take their relationship up a notch, Steve (Lawson) worries about his bank balance and everyone must pull together when Sasha is dealt a devastating blow.
From bodies in the basement to skeletons in the swimming pool, lottery syndicates gone fatally wrong to making sense of The Madhouse, the UCOS team must pull together more than ever to uncover the city’s long buried secrets and bring justice to the streets of London.
The hugely popular and long running franchise, which has generated more than £5 million in DVD sales, bows out with these two home entertainment releases on 12 October 2015, New Tricks Series 12 and New Tricks The Complete Collection, a stunning thirty-six disc set.
Sunday, 8 November 2015 - 11:59pm
We have 4 copies of New Tricks (Series 12) DVD to give away; to enter just answer the question below:-
Helen Warrener, Robert White, Philip Crummy and Sid Hutchinson