Counter Measures Series 3
Simon Williams (Group Captain Gilmore), Pamela Salem (Rachel Jensen), Karen Gledhill (Allison Williams), Hugh Ross (Sir Toby Kinsella), Philip Pope (Templeton), Ben Bishop (Kenny), Richard Hope (William Heaton), Michael Troughton (Roderick Purton), Janet Henfrey (Old Woman), Rupert Evans (Jack Maddocks), Tim Bentinck (Mr Williams), Derek Carlyle (Sam), Graham Seed (Mr Bevan), George Layton (Lehne), Toby Longworth (Werner), Anjella Mackintosh (Jager)
Producer: David Richardson
Script Editor: John Dorney
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs
The British government has created the Counter-Measures group, a specialist team that investigates strange phenomena and dangerous technology. This box set contains four of their adventures plus a behind-the-scenes documentary.
Changing of the Guard by Matt Fitton
Sir Toby fights for his career, while Counter-Measures leads a very different fight…
The Concrete Cage by Justin Richards
Counter-Measures investigates strange events at a tower block underconstruction.
The Forgotten Village by Ken Bentley
A personal crisis for Allison turns into one of Counter-Measures’ most dangerous assignments.
Unto the Breach by John Dorney
When footage emerges of an alien creature held in the Eastern Bloc, the team goes undercover to find it.
Written By: Matt Fitton, Justin Richards, Ken Bentley, John Dorney
Directed By: Ken Bentley
Without The Doctor to help them, can the Intelligence ever be stopped?
A Parliamentary Committee is investigating Sir Toby’s involvement in the Wilcock Institute Incident earlier in the year. (Sins of the Fathers). Sir Keith Gold is a member of the committee. (Inferno)
Gilmore refers to the World Cup which is to be held in England in 1966. (The Rag & Bone Man’s Story, Extra Time; This Sporting Life)
Heaton refers to Lady Catherine Waverly’s apparent suicide in March 1965. (Manhunt)
Heaton questions Allison about her fiancéee Julian St Stephen and his involvement in the Sen-Gen Facility Incident. (Artificial Intelligence). llison mentions that she was forced to shoot him as he was a traitor. (State of Emergency)
Heaton refers to General Peters’ attempted coup against Prime Minister Harold Wilson’s Labour government in October 1964. (State of Emergency)
Sir Toby and Heaton discuss the Conservative leader Edward Heath. Heaton (wrongly) believes Heath won’t win the election. (The Fifth Citadel, Who Killed Kennedy)
Rachel refers to Counter-Measures’ investigations into Pelage (The Pelage Project), Amsterdam (Peshka) and the Fifth Citadel (The Fifth Citadel).
Sir Toby refers to the fact that Harold Wilson arranged for Counter-Measures to be fully funded until 1969. Heaton says this will remain in place for the Wilson government but the spending review will be earlier than planned. (State of Emergency)
Rachel tells Allison that the Cleaver case was “complicated”. (Sins of the Fathers)
Rachel refers to the Parliamentary Committee into Sir Toby’s involvement in the Wilcock Institute Incident. (Changing of the Guard)
Allison refers to the fact that Counter-Measures has previously investigated apparent ghostly phenomena. (Threshold)
Gilmore refers to Counter-Measures’ earlier experience with radiation poisoning. (The Fifth Citadel)
Rachel refers to the fact that she and Gilmore have had dinner together before. (The Fifth Citadel)
Sir Toby refers to the previous occasion that he and Gilmore flew together. (Peshka)
Rachel refers to Allison’s experience in the Reesinger Institute (The Reesinger Process) and the fact that she was forced to kill her fiancée Julian St Stephen in October 1964 (State of Emergency).
Rachel tells Sir Toby that Allison warned her that they should not trust him. (Changing of the Guard, The Concrete Cage)
Allison lost her memory following her exposure to the satellite Maurania 7. She regained it a month later after Templeton, a Soviet agent, arranged for electronic devices to be placed in her brain. (Unto the Breach)
Allison has lost her memory following her exposure to the Soviet satellite Maurania 7 in Lower Burford, Herefordshire the previous month. (The Forgotten Village)
Rachel reminds Gilmore that not every alien that they have met was a little green man. (Remembrance of the Daleks; 1963: The Assassination Games)
When Allison starts regaining memories, she instinctively distrusts Templeton. (Sins of the Fathers, Changing of the Guard)
Allison tells her nurse that one of her best friends is a monkey. (The Forgotten Village)