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Police Interceptors

Category: Factual Crime
Episode 3 of 10 | Season 7
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Mon 22 Oct
10:35am-11:35am (1 hour)

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Much improved
Much improved since the narrator is talking "normally". I have started watching again now.
P V   1:32pm Sat 24 Mar Report Abuse

The Intorcepter
I Ienjoy watching them every night.
Stephen   12:03pm Fri 10 Nov Report Abuse

Propaganda
For the dimwitted.
PP   2:22pm Tue 16 May Report Abuse

S6 E5
Totally misleading write up. NO tv legends in it.
The Critic   6:28pm Wed 15 Mar Report Abuse

bob holness
i really love blockbusters
jeremy kyle   7:02pm Tue 15 Mar Report Abuse

p.weare
excellent programming.well done Channel 5
pete   10:34pm Mon 16 Nov Report Abuse

stripey shirt idiot
you should get arrested for that trampy shirt.. and the fact you threatening an officer. you are obviously known to them, why am I not suprised
daily male   8:31pm Mon 2 Nov Report Abuse

Who?
Who is the pr*t giving the commentary to this programme? Why can't he speak like a normal person, instead of adding his own vocabulary? Better still, grow up and get a proper job mate!
P V   12:30pm Sun 14 Sep Report Abuse

Made for TV drivel
Nothing like the real thing which would show very, very little action.
Plod   12:41pm Mon 3 Feb Report Abuse

So predictable
Give a moron a uniform and set him off to abuse his authority.
Bill   5:37pm Mon 2 Jul Report Abuse

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The team carries out a raid that turns up a stash of drugs, a weapon and a large pile of cash, while Jon Peacock is amazed to encounter a half-naked man covered in blood on the wintry streets of Lincoln, but the real surprise comes when the officer finds out what he has been up to. Elsewhere, suspicious driving leads Jim Woolerton to discover super-strength lager and drugs, and a speeding motorist comes out with a very middle-class excuse after being clocked travelling at 110mph

Category: Factual Crime


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