Mon., February 2, 2015
Love Means Nothing in Tennis
The team looks into the death of a 16-year-old tennis champion who fell to her death from the balcony of a penthouse apartment following a loss in an important match.
Tue., February 3, 2015
The team investigates the 10-year-old death of a young poet whose body was found in a known gangster's scrapyard.
Wed., February 4, 2015
The death of an East German immigrant is investigated.
Thu., February 5, 2015
Part of a Whole
Strickland asks the group for help when he and other participants in a long-ago MI5 operation are targeted for elimination.
Fri., February 6, 2015
Standing and McAndrew help a new UCOS section in Glasgow investigate the unsolved murder of a bookie.
Sat., February 7, 2015
Objects of Desire
The reinvestigation of the murder of an antiques dealer brings an old flame back into Det. Supt. Sandra Pullman's life; Brian Lane wonders if Esther is having an affair.
Mon., February 9, 2015
The Chinese Job
Pullman's first assignment is to reopen a murder case in which the suspected killer's conviction has been overturned in appeals court.
Tue., February 10, 2015
Pullman and her team reopen the case of a murdered policewoman.
Wed., February 11, 2015
Painting on Loan
The UCOS team investigates art fraud in the Queen's private collection. With the help of an expert they discover a catalogue of forgeries by an artist and political activist who killed himself after a blaze destroyed his studio.
Thu., February 12, 2015
The team investigates the murder of a peace activist at a NATO base in 1984. Pullman wants to contact the Secret Service to get their side of the story, but Halford, Standing and Lane fear a conspiracy.
Fri., February 13, 2015
Good Work Rewarded
The UCOS team travels to a Wellesley Park golf club to investigate a teen's apparent suicide 20 years earlier.
Sat., February 14, 2015
The Gentleman Vanishes
The team reopens the case of the disappearance of a prominent physics professor who was working on a revolutionary research project.