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In her first case, she has to deal with the death of a six-year-old girl found floating in a nearby river. The autopsy reveals that the child has suffered previous abuse, including cigarette burns and several broken ribs.
Sam receives information from a prison inmate that implicates someone in a previous death and Sam suggests a radical step. In her personal life, Sam has to deal with her elderly mother who is showing signs of dementia and her sister Wyn with whom she has a strained relationship.
With the exhumation of a child that had died from abuse some years earlier, Sam is able to demonstrate that there are similarities between the deaths of the two children.
There is also only one individual with a connection to both cases. When Sam's house is broken into, her personal safety is put at risk, but she pursues the case with her usual zeal.
Ashley Pharoah. Mike Barker. When Mark James' decomposing body is found in an abandoned building, there is every indication that he was part of some occult ritual.
An upside down cross was carved on his chest, his wrists were bound with ivy and he was strangled. All evidence points to his friend Sebastian Bird, a rich idler who allowed James to live in his house but who had also developed an expert knowledge of the occult before being sent down from Cambridge for having had an affair with a professor's wife.
Sam's testy relationship with the police continues as she has difficulty establishing a forensic link in the case and publicly criticizes the well-liked Police Surgeon, Dr.
Richard Owen, for attending the crime scene without the proper protective clothing. Sam also has to deal with her rebellious nephew Ricky, who is constantly fighting with his mother and announces that he has left home to move in with her.
When another of Sebastian Bird's one-time friends is killed the police are ever more convinced of his guilt and grow increasingly frustrated at Sam's inability to provide them the evidence that they are sure is there.
The solution lies in an old case and someone's desperate need for revenge. Sam investigates the death of a gay man while in police custody.
He had been arrested while drunk and was sharing a cell with another drunk in for the night. The victim died from a blow to the head and was badly beaten post-mortem.
DS Farmer is concerned that the assault may have been the work of some of her officers. Sam also meets up with Liam Slattery, an old friend she has not seen for 20 years.
Sam's sister, however, is convinced Liam was responsible for the death of their father years before. When a police constable whose wife reported that he was cracking up is found dead, the investigating officers themselves believe something is amiss.
Sam continues to be harassed by someone unknown, having to call in the bomb squad when she receives a mysterious parcel, and subsequently someone tries to run her off the road.
Liam and Sam renew their relationship, but she is faced with a difficult choice. One of Sam's students has a problem and seeks some personal advice.
She and her family emigrated from Vietnam during the boat people exodus and her father wants her to enter a marriage he's arranged for her.
She's worried that her husband to be will realize she is not a virgin and Sam counsels her that honesty is always the best policy, but in this case it drives the prospective groom to violence.
When the family's restaurant is burned out, the police find a badly burned body. On the home front, Sam continues to bicker with her sister Wyn about whether their mother should be placed in a home and the bitterness over their father's death continues to divide them.
With the burned body now identified through dental records, the police have a suspect. However, he suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder and the police are concerned that he may lash out.
When the police do finally locate him, a member of the team is killed. Julian Jarrold. Boxer Kevin Sharma dies from blows received in the ring, but pathologist Sam Ryan determines that he has a brain injury dating from sometime after his last bout two months ago.
One of the governors of the boxing board, retired police Superintendent Jack Reeve, is concerned that it will reflect badly on them.
Reeve is also trying to cancel one-time trainer Terence Cross' licence after he is the victim of a hit and run accident that leaves him a quadriplegic.
A new Detective Superintendent, Peter Ross, is now in charge and Sam and he knew each other many years previously.
Trevor finds himself alone after his wife leaves him. Sam and her sister Wyn bury their mother. Meanwhile, a boxing trainer apparently commits suicide.
Sam is not convinced however and with the assistance of a ballistics expert, obtains the evidence to prove the suicide was actually murder.
She also learns the reason for Kevin Sharma getting into a bare-knuckles fight and now suspects that Terence Cross' hit and run may not have been an accident.
Sam's sister Wyn continues to have difficulty coping following the death of their mother. Catherine Morshead. When he dies the night after his birthday party no one thinks anything of it but his parents donate his remains to scientific study.
When Sam and Trevor start an examination of the remains, they notice needle marks and suspect his death may not have been straightforward.
Their suspicions are confirmed when the toxicology reports indicate an extremely high level of morphine.
He too dies suddenly and when the police learn that he and Evans had the same physician, they begin to suspect doctor-assisted suicide.
The police make an arrest but soon realize they have the wrong person in custody when a crucial piece of evidence is uncovered. Sam discovers the true identity of the person behind the deaths but rather than tell the police, she decides to let him turn himself in.
Unfortunately, this leads to a tragic result. In her personal life, Sam and Peter Ross renew their long-ago romance.
Helen Mathews is found strangled on the street. In the course of the investigation, the police learn that she was having an affair with Alan Whyte, a flying instructor working for her husband Michael.
From the evidence, it appears that she was about to leave her husband and move to Canada. The police uncover a similar case from several years earlier with a striking resemblance to this case and are convinced that the two must be connected.
Friction again develops between Sam and the police when her forensic analysis demonstrates that the two cases have no connection whatsoever.
Sam continues to fret over her decisions in her last case and her personal relationship with Peter Ross reaches a breaking point. With a second murder on their hands, the police make an arrest in the case.
Sam however uncovers some very peculiar bruising on both victims that provides the police with the evidence they need to identify the person responsible.
Sam's life is put at risk however when the murderer threatens her. Wyn Ryan, who has been living with Sam since their mother's death, has found a job and is now looking to move on.
Sam and Peter continue to struggle with their relationship but are determined to make a go of it. When year-old Millicent Lockwood is found brutally beaten to death in a local park, the police immediately focus on a local who was seen arguing with her a short time earlier.
The autopsy reveals little evidence but Sam once again refuses to make the evidence they have fit the suspect, which leads to an inevitable clash with the police.
She also sees two youths, Kelvin Price and Ben Quayle, act out part of the murder. The police, however, are pursuing other lines of inquiry and do not have the time, nor the inclination, to pursue Sam's theories.
She then sets off on her own investigation, convinced that Kelvin and Ben are the murderers. She is also concerned that one of the boys may do himself harm after a third boy, who was only peripherally involved, hangs himself.
The police are concerned that her involvement may actually taint some of the evidence they have and an angry DCI Peter Ross informs her that he has filed a formal complaint with the Coroner and the Chief Constable over her conduct.
This obviously affects their professional and personal relationship. Sam is shaken when she has to look into the death of a very dear friend, Dr.
Annabelle Evans, a Cambridge professor. She was found in her home, badly beaten in what appears to be a botched burglary attempt.
The police immediately focus on the husband as the likely killer but Sam suspects that an altercation at a local restaurant during the May Ball, where a waiter spilled wine on Annabelle and was fired on the spot, may provide another suspect.
Sam is intrigued by the relationship some of her students may have had with Annabelle, particularly when she learns her friend may have had a lover.
In her personal life, Sam has moved on. Her sister Wyn has relocated to Ireland and Peter Ross has also been transferred.
She does however run into an old friend who also happens to be an acquaintance of her business partner Trevor.
Gwyneth Hughes. Gemma Boyd, an attractive year-old, is found dead at the bottom of a staircase. Although the cause of death was a broken neck, there is little to indicate whether she fell or was pushed.
She was found in a vacant house that her estate agent mother and stepfather were selling. The autopsy reveals that Gemma had already had a child and was pregnant.
The police think that Gemma's boyfriend is their man but when someone else is revealed as the father in the latest pregnancy, Sam thinks there is a far more complex set of relationships at play.
Meanwhile, Sam's sister Wyn visits from Ireland with big news: she is going to get married. Sam's relationship with James however takes an unfortunate turn and seems to come to an end.
Sam looks into the death of Maggie Collins who died of a heroin overdose. Sadly, her body was not discovered for several days and in that time, her infant daughter died of dehydration.
Soon after Maggie's death Stephen Jackson, a small-time dealer and addict, is killed in an explosion in his home. The autopsy reveals that both of them died of overdoses from the same batch of heroin and Sam begins to doubt that their deaths were accidental.
When another small-time dealer is killed, the police think they have either vigilantes or a turf war on their hands. What they have is something far more complex that involves one of their own.
When Philip Nelson is killed in a farm accident, the pathologists conclude they have a straightforward case of man vs.
Sam makes an error however and soon finds evidence that points to murder. The police suspect his handyman, all the more so when they discover he was having an affair with Nelson's wife.
When the murders continue however, Sam uncovers evidence that connect at least some of the men to events in Northern Ireland when they served in the army together many years before.
Sam is more than a little surprised when Charlie, an old friend, sounds her out about taking up a new Chair in Forensic Pathology at London University.
DI Michael Connor and his wife take a stab at a reconciliation but he finds it difficult to forgive her infidelity and realizes he has feelings for Sam.
Now installed in London as a Professor at the university, Sam is called to assist when a helicopter carrying 16 men crashes in the North Sea en route to a drilling platform.
The pilot's body is recovered and the autopsy reveals he suffered a heart attack between the time he sent a distress signal and the time the helicopter crashed.
When Sam discovers the pilot had recently postponed his annual medical check-up, she suspects there is more to this than meets the eye.
In completing the autopsies on the recovered bodies, it seems that the aircraft may have suffered a catastrophic structural failure.
Tom Georgeson , Peter Jonfield. Brian McNally is a one-time criminal with a major problem. The day after he is badly beaten by gangster Mike Georghiou, McNally finds Georghiou's strangled body at his business.
He's convinced that Mike's brother Tony, also a gangster known for his violent streak, will come after him so he gets Sam to prove that he could not have been the killer.
When McNally's body is found at the foot of a building, a supposed suicide, Sam feels she has somehow contributed to his death.
What she does not realize is she is not only going up against organized crime, but coppers who've acted as judge, jury and executioner. Sam manages to identify all but one of the 12 victims, body As she gathers more information, including the use of a facial reconstruction, she comes to believe that body 10 is in fact someone who was supposed to have been killed years before and for which Chris Caldwell was convicted of murder.
Sam becomes attracted to Caldwell and manages to get him set free, but when others are subsequently murdered, Connor does not believe Caldwell is quite as innocent as Sam believes.
When twin brothers Jake and Henry Davies are found dead in their home, the police initially suspect robbery, as the elderly gentlemen were known to keep large sums of cash in the house.
The autopsy reveals murder however and Sam determines that skin grafts both men have on their arms may have been a crude form of plastic surgery meant to cover tattoos of concentration camp numbers.
Thinking they are now dealing with a hate crime, the police focus on Carl Martin, a known race-hater.
What they have however is a case of someone seeking revenge for the atrocities committed long ago. When the naked body of a young woman is found in the snow at a Norwegian ski resort, Sam is asked to represent the Townsend family whose daughter Ruth disappeared there several weeks before.
The autopsy however reveals that it is in fact the body of Louise Hutton who had vanished there some 15 years previously.
When Ruth's body is found, it appears both girls were strangled in a similar fashion. The police focus their enquiries on Ruth's boyfriend and on Henry Hutton, Louise's uncle while Sam seeks the advice of a university colleague and tries to draw a profile of the serial killer.
Paul Unwin. Sam becomes under great stress when she learns that she may have a tumour. As a result, she starts to question her judgment when she misses a possible explanation in determining the time of death in the case of Lloyd Dupen's wife, an apparent suicide.
She's not convinced however that everything is above board and agrees to undertake a second autopsy at the request of the dead woman's mother. When she is asked by local reverend Bishop Craig to perform an autopsy on the remains of Sister Constance, a beatified nun who died forty years ago and is under consideration for canonization, the results of the autopsy affect the religious order as well as many of those in the community who see the commercial advantages of having a local saint.
Sam assists the police in the investigation of a multi-vehicle collision that results in the death of eleven people.
She is joined by two new colleagues: Dr. Leo Dalton, an experienced pathologist from Sheffield, and Dr.
Harry Cunningham, a new trainee pathologist who has just graduated from university. As they try to determine the cause of the accident, they find a severed arm that does not belong to any of the victims.
They also have to deal with DCI Carol Deacon, whose role in the investigation appears to be not quite crystal clear to them. The mystery of the severed arm is soon cleared up when the police discover a body floating in a local river with only one arm.
Sam decides to conduct her own investigation with little help from the police; however, DCI Deacon soon reveals to Harry that two of the men in the accident were undercover policemen, and realising that Sam is being manipulated, asks her to stay away.
The police refuse to inform them of all the details, and soon, Sam's interference has serious consequences. Harry continues to try to find a balance between detachment and compassion as one of the survivors of the crash seeks his assistance.
The police investigate an apparent break-in that resulted in the death of businessman Derek Irons, his wife and youngest daughter. Two older children survive the attack, but one is in a serious condition and the other in a coma.
Sam soon discovers that Irons was a ruthless businessman who targeted his rivals' customers resulting in regular confrontations.
When Harry and Leo perform the post mortems on the three bodies, they discover that Irons was stabbed, but his wife and daughter were shot.
Sam is soon reunited with an old friend from Northern Ireland, Det. Tony Ashton, who becomes the senior investigative officer on the case.
As the police continue their investigation into the deaths, they begin to believe that he may have been killed elsewhere, and then transported to his home.
When one of the two surviving children is murdered, Ashton looks to a circle of friends and family for a possible motive. Meanwhile, Harry assists the police with the death of an old woman who is believed to have fallen down a staircase, however, his post-mortem reveals evidence that is not consistent with a fall.
Now the police and the pathologists must work together before Fergus is also killed. S21, Ep7. Kevin McDowd, a boy with behavioural problems, is restrained from escaping Kingscote Bows, his residential care home whilst, a few miles away, his mother Jackie dies in a car crash, having ingested an excess of anti-depressant pills.
Nikki believes she was unlawfully killed and evidence points to Kevin being the culprit. Kevin goes on the run with fellow resident Serena, who, to the horror of care assistant Tilly Maddox, is being sexually abused by deputy manager Conor Flannery, but they are cornered by the police with unfortunate results.
S21, Ep8. Examining Kevin's corpse Nikki is puzzled by stun marks on the body and the fact that Jackie had set up a camera in his room.
Thomas is also curious regarding two other mysterious deaths, one at Kingscote Bows, the other at the Pleasant Manor care home, where both were regularly visited by Dr Kahari.
When Serena goes missing and Tilly is found dead after threatening to expose Flannery Clarissa books herself into Pleasant Manor to investigate herself,.
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Olivia Wheeler. For a complete story on the history of Silentlambs click here. The group has a policy of not punishing alleged child sex abuse unless a second person, alongside the accuser, has witnessed it - or an abuser confesses.
It says its elders "comply with child-abuse reporting laws even if there is only one witness", though, and always tell police if a child is in danger.
But one former elder said it had been failing to involve the authorities. As a result of speaking out on abuse many have been punished for trying to warn others in the congregation as well as endeavoring to find closure by talking about what happened to them or their family.
Victims and advocates have been silenced by sanctions within the congregation that range from being marked as bad association to outright disfellowshipping for trying to protect children.
At silentlambs we realize that it takes great courage to speak out on abuse. Instead of punishing those that do we are creating a "hall of fame" for those that are so brave.
We call it the silentlambs "courage" award. We honor those as champions for children and put them forth as an example of the right way abuse should be addressed.
The first three series were set in Cambridge. This changed to London from the start of the fourth series, following Sam as she took up an academic position.
Each series is typically made up of a series of two-part stories. The first nine series typically featured eight episodes four two-part stories , increased to ten episodes five two-part stories from the tenth series onwards.
The theme music from series 2 onwards is entitled Silencium and is performed by John Harle. The arrangement, for chamber orchestra and soprano saxophone solo, was first performed as part of the Canterbury Festival on 22 October The series has been heavily criticised for its violent and sadistic content.
Brutal scenes at the end of the first episode depicted a sadistic sexual and murderous attack. When the prison officer emerged from the toilet holding the bloodied stick with a pool of blood on the toilet floor, viewers were left in no doubt that an act of sexual violence was being carried out.
The committee concluded that the final scenes in the toilet block were in breach of the guidelines on harm and offence as they exceeded audience expectations for this series as they depicted a sadistic method of inflicting pain, injury and death.
The BBC had responded to the initial criticism of the episode by saying that it took its responsibility to its audience "extremely seriously" and always tried to "strike the right balance between compelling drama without being unnecessarily graphic".
We acknowledge that certain scenes may have been challenging, but we filmed and presented them in such a way as to make sure that although as a viewer the implication was there, it was never actually shown.
The show has also been criticised for its general quality. Universal then took over the releases beginning with Series 22 on November 20, , and have re-released some earlier seasons this time as individual seasons rather than 2 season editions.
December 11,  Universal. During the early years of the show, series creator McCrery wrote and published a number of tie-in novels relating to the series, following Sam Ryan Amanda Burton and Trevor Stewart William Armstrong , as well as former main character Superintendent Tom Adams John McGlynn , and brand new character DS Stanley Sharman, with Burton generally appearing on the front cover of each novel.
The fifth novel, due to be published in , was placed on indefinite hold, and has never been released. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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