Sun Hill

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The Bill (series 14) - Episodes
... drug addict goes awry, Boulton is spiked by the desperate criminal's needle, leaving Sun Hill's tough guy frightened and angry, and in need of an HIV test 2 "You Pays ... causes a stir when he arrives to join the team at Sun Hill 13 "For Your Love" Hour-long episode, Marc Bannerman and Rachel Shelley guest stars. 1998-02-13) Meadows and Skase discover a modern-day Robin Hood robbing the rich in Sun Hill 19 "A Rainy Night in Sun Hill" Albert Barber Len Collin 17 February 1998 (1998-02-17 ...
List Of The Bill Characters (Q-Z) - W - Nikki Wright
... Nikki made a distinct impression on the relief at Sun Hill after she helped them deal with an armed robbery on Sun Hill's patch ... In November Doug told Nikki to put in an application to transfer to Sun Hill ...
List Of The Bill Characters (E-L) - K - Gabriel Kent
... most corrupt and deranged police officers ever to work at Sun Hill ... Gabriel arrived at Sun Hill under his brother's ID to seek revenge on June, but the mode of his insanity grew and grew as he demolished people and his colleagues when he committed crimes of fraud, perjury ... Throughout his time at Sun Hill, Gabriel evolved from a bullying bigot into a serial killer ...
Assault On Sun Hill
... "Assault on Sun Hill" was a two-part storyline that in the long-running police procedural British television series, The Bill ... in the show's history as it involved a raid on the Sun Hill police station, which resulted in trauma for a number of officers ...
List Of The Bill Characters (Q-Z) - W - Rachel Weston
... may act like top girl, but she's got a mischievous side and Sun Hill felt the full force of her arrival ... Gina Gold after her unexpected departure from Sun Hill ... Rachel left Sun Hill to join Superintendent John Heaton at his new station ...

Famous quotes containing the words hill and/or sun:

    The Helicon of too many poets is not a hill crowned with sunshine and visited by the Muses and the Graces, but an old, mouldering house, full of gloom and haunted by ghosts.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

    From this elevation, just on the skirts of the clouds, we could overlook the country, west and south, for a hundred miles. There it was, the State of Maine, which we had seen on the map, but not much like that,—immeasurable forest for the sun to shine on, the eastern stuff we hear of in Massachusetts. No clearing, no house. It did not look as if a solitary traveler had cut so much as a walking-stick there.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)