The BEST episodes directed by N.g. Bristow

Trusting the Enemy
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#1 - Trusting the Enemy

The Bill - Season 16 - Episode 10

DS Beech investigates an assault on a drug dealer, and uncovers a corrupt officer.

No-one's That Honest
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#2 - No-one's That Honest

The Bill - Season 16 - Episode 47

Ch. Insp. Conway is astounded when an elderly man (and former police officer) turns up at the station with a suitcase containing half a million pounds, which he claims he found on the street. As P.C. Rickman counts the money, Conway decides to do some digging, as surely no-one could be that honest.

Births, Deaths and Marriages
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#3 - Births, Deaths and Marriages

Ballykissangel - Season 4 - Episode 10

Siobhan and Brendan are secretly planning their wedding but Aidan is not convinced that their reasons are genuine. Having kept it quiet, Siobhan tells Niamh that they are marrying for practical and financial reasons. Niamh bullies Siobhan into buying a dress and then organises a surprise wedding reception, but the wedding is called off at the altar. Emma decides to find out about her great grandfather, but she meets resistance from Kathleen, and she turns to Brian. He reveals that Michael Dillon was married to Nora Byrne, Eamonn's aunt, and their son was illegitimate. At least some of the bad feeling between the two families originates from that relationship, but Emma discovers that the couple were planning to get married all along. Eamonn has a fall while trying to rescue one of his sheep, and Danny enlists Sean's help in rescuing him. Eamonn refuses Sean's help while he recuperates, but Danny doesn't have a clue so he helps anyway. Niamh persuades Ambrose to get a social life, but hi

As Stars Look Down
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#4 - As Stars Look Down

Ballykissangel - Season 4 - Episode 9

Henry, an African Bishop who was once one of Father Mac's curates, pays a flying visit to the town. Aidan has organised a bingo night but there is a danger that the celebrity bingo caller won't make it, and father Mac suggests Aidan does the job. Kathleen starts coaching him. but becomes frustrated at his lacklustre style. He attempts the calling on his own, but it is a disaster and Orla steps in to save her brother from embarrassment. Sean is aware that Emma is spending more time with Danny and he's not too happy about it. During bad weather they are stranded on a hill by the lake. They take shelter in a cold, empty house where they spend the night, only to face Sean the next morning. Henry has been offered a job in the Vatican, but he feels that taking it will make him look like a coward. He faces hostility from the regime and would like to be there to see it through. Father Mac persuades him that the Vatican position might be of more use to the people he serves.

One of the Gang
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#5 - One of the Gang

The Bill - Season 14 - Episode 31

Meadows and Daly get a tip-off about a gang of young muggers, but their information comes from an unlikely source...

Inside Out
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#6 - Inside Out

The Bill - Season 15 - Episode 49

Beech and Glaze go into a prison in the wake of a riot to investigate allegations of brutality by the warders.

Cold Calling
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#7 - Cold Calling

The Bill - Season 15 - Episode 58

Rawton and Meadows clash when a violent ex-con returns to Sun Hill.

Insensitivity (Part One)
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#8 - Insensitivity (Part One)

The Bill - Season 20 - Episode 42

Kent's vigilante actions on the Cole Lane Estate spiral out of control when he arranges for a skinhead gang to attack two black youths as revenge for mugging an elderly Asian lady. With his former allies on the estate turning against him, he must act quickly to ensure his involvement is not discovered. Murphy is in court on the case of a drink-driving Rastafarian she arrested for refusing a blood test, and is humiliated when the case is thrown out of court, and she is accused of racism. Jerome Taylor alerts the Borough Commander to the case, and Okaro is forced to offer Murphy a transfer or demotion. Tait and Harman are horrified when a car containing two children rolls into the river in front of them.

Insensitivity (Part Two)
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#9 - Insensitivity (Part Two)

The Bill - Season 20 - Episode 43

Kent's vigilante actions on the Cole Lane Estate could be his undoing when one of his supporters, Laura Bryant, decides he's crossed the line, and reports his actions to Thatcher. As Thatcher and Drummond follow up Laura's allegations, Kent's accomplice Kev is found beaten and locked in the boot of a car. Drummond sees Irene Radford, head of a ruthless crime family on the estate, and it looks as though the Radfords are running a protection racket. Tait dives into the Thames to rescue the two children from the sinking car. McAllister leads a raid to arrest an aggravated burglary suspect, and Nixon realises he fits the profile of their serial rapist. Hunter returns to work, but makes excuses due to his injury.