Silent Witness Series 18 Protection Promotional Pictures

Protection

The BBC have recently released promotional pictures for the third story in the eighteenth season of Silent Witness. Entitled Protection the story stars regulars Emilia Fox, David Caves, Richard Lintern and Liz Carr.The first part of the two parter will be broadcast on the 19th of January on BBC One from 9:00pm to 10:00pm. The second and concluding part to the story will be broadcast on the 20th of January on BBC One from 9:00pm to 10:00pm. Below are the synopsis for both parts of the story along with more promotional pictures:

Protection

Protection

Protection

Protection – Part One Synopsis
When suspected paedophile Dale Barge is found murdered in a children’s playground, Nikki and Jack are brought in by inexperienced detective Rory Drennan (John Dagleish).

It’s not long before the team link Barge’s death to a missing child, Lizzie Craddock. Jack teams up with hard nosed Child Protection DI Gina Conroy and together they put pressure on Lizzie’s parents Johnnie and Cheryl to try to find her.

Lizzie’s social worker Louise (Claudie Blakeley) is brought in to help, and Nikki encourages her to stay positive when she blames herself for Lizzie’s disappearance.

Protection

Protection

Protection

 

Protection – Part Two Synopsis 

Daniel Garvey is found dead in his car and social worker Louise Marsh  fears that he may have been killed by his 16 year-old stepson Kevin, who has just come out of care.

Nikki, Jack and Thomas focus in on Lizzie Craddock’s movements on the night of Barge’s murder. Jack and DI Gina Conroy discover Lizzie’s last known location, but fear what they may find there.

Louise comes under further pressure when she is forced to make a call on whether a sick child, Ricky Mansfield, is being abused by his parents.

Protection

Protection

Protection

 

With thanks to BBC Pictures and BBC Media 

 

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3 responses to “Silent Witness Series 18 Protection Promotional Pictures

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