- 45 Minutes
Dr Joe Aston is a forensic psychologist, working in the controversial field of recovered memory, on attachment to the police in Teeside.
|01||01||Doctor Joe Aston Investigates - Introductory Episode||20011207||20031024|
|Scientist Grace Hayle and her boss were working alone in the laboratory.|
Now he's dead and she's the only suspect in a murder case.
She claims to have no memory of what happened and there's little evidence to go on.
An expert in "recovered memory" attempts to uncover the truth.
A forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss. With Jeremy SwiftA forensic psychologist tackles a scientist accused of killing her boss. David Napthine's drama stars Jeremy Swift.
|01||02||Making Waves||20031031||20090520 (R7)|
|A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to Dr Joe Aston.|
A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to forensic psychologist Dr Joe Aston. Stars Jeremy Swift.
A diver suddenly remembers what he thinks was a murder.
Joe must try to make sense of his confused memory of that night.
When the case reaches court, they both face tough sessions in the witness box.
When a man claims to have witnessed a murder, the police call in Dr Joe Aston.
When a man claims to have witnessed a murder, the police call in forensic psychologist Dr Joe Aston.
Stars Jeremy Swift.
A scientist is suspected of murdering her boss.
Dr Aston helps police investigate.
When a man claims to have witnessed a murder, the police call forensic psychologist Dr Aston for help.
A confused man claims to have witnessed a murder, so the police turn to forensic psychologist Dr Joe Aston.
|01||03||Over The Border||20031107||20090521 (R7)|
|In Middlesbrough a small-time criminal lies dead in the passenger seat of a taxi.|
The police suspect the involvement of a criminal gang.
Tommy Sheldon, the driver, is in severe shock and can remember nothing after his fare got into the taxi in Bishop Auckland.
Despite the risks the police feel is involved, Joe Aston works with Tommy by retracing his journey from Bishop Auckland to Middlesbrough in the hope that his memory will begin to emerge.
But perhaps this is an experience that Tommy would prefer not to remember?
|01||04 LAST||Stepping Out||20031114||20031121|
|A spate of random attacks on women is baffling the police.|
When another psychologist, Beth Webster, claims to see a link between them, she is put on the case.
So at a time when Joe Aston's attachment to the force is up for review, he finds himself sharing an office with a rival.
But when Joe does some recall work with DI Anne Reynolds, who has attended many of the scenes of the attacks, his thinking brings him into conflict with Beth.
Which of the two 'experts' will be proved right?
|02||01||Taken By Surprise||20050926||20060814||A financial adviser is abducted and only released when his employer pays the ransom.|
Joe resorts to unorthodox methods to secure a positive identification of the main suspect.
|02||02||Can't See For Looking||20051003||20060821||A witness to an arson attack thinks she saw a rhinoceros throwing a petrol bomb.|
Dr Joe Aston, an expert in recovered memory, tries to discover what she really saw.
|02||03 LAST||Best Forgotten||20051010||Forensic psychologist Dr Joe Aston uncovers some information about an unsolved robbery case in 1952.|
The problem is that it's Joe's elderly uncle Tom and his friend who are implicated.