Nick’s hunt for the Taliban bomber hots up. Simon’s lack of trust in Mac and Rocket comes back to bite him. Bird finds herself the reluctant participant in a girlie chat with Mary. Continue reading ‘Bluestone 42 – Episode 6’ »
Bird hatches a plan to stop Nick and Mary going on about each other once and for all. The Lt Colonel persuades Towerblock to pimp his ride.
Bluestone 42 has been recommissioned.
Bluestone 42 – the critically-acclaimed comedy following a bomb disposal unit in Afghanistan – is commissioned for a further 6×30-minute episodes. Produced by BBC In-house Comedy, the producer is Michelle Farr and the executive producer is Stephen McCrum.
When Mac and Rocket set fire to the Det, Nick takes the blame and as a punishment has to look after a Government Minister who is visiting the base.
He regrets offloading Continue reading ‘Bluestone 42 – Episode 4’ »
Nick needs some peace and quiet so he can focus on building a forensic profile of the Taliban bomber, but his team are constantly annoying him.
So he is delighted to stumble on a pleasant disused roof terrace. But soon he has a challenger for his little suntrap.
Mac is distraught when Continue reading ‘Bluestone 42 – Episode 3’ »
When an unwelcome blast from Nick’s past arrives, it throws him off his game, and has a dangerous effect on the rest of the team.
Simon wants to prove to Nick that he will up his performance in close protection skills by being VERY close to Nick as often as possible.
Mary announces her Continue reading ‘Bluestone 42 – Episode 2’ »
Nick’s new number two, Corporal Gordon House (aka Towerblock), has deployed to Afghanistan with a smart new pistol: the Glock 17.
Nick then feels he must prove to Towerblock he can pass a weapons-handling test and get himself one. Unfortunately, he’s too proud to do the training, and the test does not go as planned.
Simon tries Continue reading ‘Bluestone 42 is back’ »
Lewis plays ammunition technician Gordon House, nicknamed Towerblock, a smart and affable butcher’s son from Leeds with a penchant for danger.
Lewis said: “I’m really Continue reading ‘Harry Potter’s ‘Neville’ joins cast of BBC Three’s Bluestone 42’ »
Bluestone 42, the critically acclaimed BBC Three comedy drama series about a bomb disposal unit in Afghanistan currently enjoying large audiences on the channel, has been re-commissioned for a further series, Zai Bennett, Controller of BBC Three, announced today
Written by Richard Hurst (Secret Diary Of A Call Girl) and James Cary (Miranda), Bluestone 42 follows the fortunes of a bomb disposal unit in Afghanistan – the camaraderie, bonds and banter they share as they go about their high-risk jobs. The series was carefully researched and informed by serving and former