Australia released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Documentary, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: After 27 years on air this special release looks back over the lifetime of TV's longest running police drama and goes behind the scenes in its final weeks of filming. This DVD contains the very last episode of The Bill that was released in two parts called Respect followed by the special documentary called 'Farewell The Bill'.
Limboland is a place where we find the gaps in life.. From a fantastically downbeat version of Happy Birthday - via a hilarious tale of a disastrous family trip to see the Northern Lights - to a heart-rending country and western ballad on the nature of love, Bill explores our expectations of happiness with his trademark wit and musicality.
The Bill went from strength to strength in 1988 when it was reconstructed into the half-hour format that stormed to the top of the ITV ratings and has remained a Top 10 UK drama ever since. Starring such fan favourites as Sgt Cryer (Eric Richard), WPC Ackland (Trudie Goodwin), Det Sgt Ted Roach (Tony Scannell) and Christopher Ellison as the irascible DI Burnside, this eight-disc set contains 52 episodes of the half-hour series.
The Bill - The Christmas Collection Twanky, Christmas Star, When snow lay round about, The Night before, Santa's little helper
Uniform officers and detectives from an inner London police station enforce law and order on a day to day basis. Creator: Geoff McQueen Stars: Graham Cole, Jeff Stewart, Trudie Goodwin
All 35 episodes from the first three series of the British television police drama, set amongst the officers of the Sun Hill station in the fictional London borough of Canley. In the first series, the officers try to break up a group of thieves at a local market, discover a drugs den in an abandoned theatre, and PC Carver (Mark Wingett) is unwittingly responsible for the death of a old-style safe cracker.