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Synopsis
All irregularities will be handled by the forces controlling each dimension. Transuranic, heavy elements may not be used where there is life. Medium atomic weights are available: Gold, Lead, Copper, Jet, Diamond, Radium, Sapphire, Silver and Steel. Sapphire and Steel have been assigned.

London, a late summer morning.

The present. Sapphire and Steel investigate an area of the city that is steeped in a rich and bloody history. Artifacts are uncovered that form a dangerous link with the past.
Starring
David Warner (Steel); Susannah Harker (Sapphire); David Collings (Silver); Michael Chance (Webber); Kate Dyson (Fleming); Suzanne Proctor (Mary); Linda Bartram (The Girl); Neil Cole (Policeman)
Written By
Directed By
Nigel Fairs

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Review By bianco2nero
Rated 10/10 on 8/20/10 6:22 pm
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Probably the most successful attempt in season one to approximate the TV series on audio - an unqualified hit.
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Review By drsteve
Rated 9/10 on 7/20/10 6:11 am
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Very good indeed. Bonus point for the wonderful David Collings
3 Rated 3/10 on 8/15/10 6:23 pm
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I didn't enjoy this very much and found it a hard slog to get through. Despite the brilliance of David Collings as Silver, and the overall impressive nature of the three leads (leads, not Leads .... if you know what I mean), this just seemed like not a great deal was happening, although I liked the fact that Steel appeared to succumb to illness, which placed him in an untypically vulnerable state.
The use of the reversal of Bedlam as a villainous force, Maldeb, isn't quite the sophistication this range is used to. Not really bad by any means, but the weaskest entry (by some way) in the series so far.