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    All four series of the jaunty crime drama featuring two ex-spies who set up a private detective agency

    London,1953. Josephine Daunt and Susan Dervish both worked for the Ministry of Defence during the Second World War, doing top-secret, highly dangerous espionage work. But in peacetime, they find themselves without a job and feeling useless. Determined to put their talents to good use, they decide to set up a detective agency, with the help of former private eye Bill Mackie.

    From their Covent Garden office, they handle a steady flow of business. But the ladies’ lives really become exciting when they rescue a woman from drowning – only to discover that she’s not what she seems. Soon, the daring duo are caught up in all manner of challenging cases, including a sporting assignment involving a priest and an Olympic boxing hopeful, a request to bid on a Monet that takes them on a trail across the Channel, a commission to investigate film actress Belinda Lane and a theft at a fashion designer’s workshop that leads them into a world of Teddy boys, political machinations and murder....

    Guy Meredith's light-hearted crime series stars Anna Massey as Josephine Daunt, while Imelda Staunton, Frances Barber and Sylvestra Le Touzel play Susan Dervish. Bill Paterson and Sean Scanlan co-star as Bill Mackie.

    Written by Guy Meredith.

    Format by Imelda Staunton and Anna Massey.

    Series 1 produced by Cherry Cookson and directed by Janet Whitaker.

    Series 2-4 produced and directed by Colin Guthrie.

    Clarinet played by Julian Stringle (Series 3, Episode 1).

    ©2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P)2020 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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