Replacements for Redman and Armstrong included former EastEnders actress Tamsin Outhwaite , who was announced on 8 May ,  and Nicholas Lyndhurst , whose replacement casting was announced earlier, on 14 November As the team try to figure out why, they receive a case from Whitehall intelligence operative Stephen Fisher concerning an unsolved murder dating back years. While the team reluctantly attempt to solve the case, Jack receives several mysterious phone calls from someone named Elizabeth Green. Though Gerry, Sandra and Brian originally suspect the caller is Jack's girlfriend, further digging from Brian reveals that Jack has in fact been in contact with the Elizabeth Green Hospice, in connection with a terminal illness. This episode is the only episode to display its name at start. Retired detective Steve McAndrew arrives from Glasgow to help reinvestigate one of his original cases, when the DNA of a young girl who went missing in after a university disco is found at the scene of a petrol station robbery in Clapham. It's clear that the inquiry is a very personal one for McAndrew, and although his taste for whisky, an eye for an attractive lady, an odd hobby and some dubious methods when it comes to police work rubs the team up the wrong way, his methods soon pay dividends. The death of a teenage tennis star occupies the team when it is suggested her suicide jump two years earlier was anything but.
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Titled "It's Alright", the New Tricks theme music draws perfectly on the veteran spirit of the hugely popular show. A chart-topping music producer and songwriter, Moran also penned the title song for Taggart. Waterman is well known for being a serial deliverer of television theme music, having also sung the theme music for Minder, On the Up and Stay Lucky, so it only adds to the humorous and banterous elements in New Tricks that he has lent his vocal chords here too. If you're a fan of Waterman's work, you may also be interested to hear that the DVD of series one of New Tricks contains his cover of "End of the Line" which was featured in the pilot episode. It's alright, it's okay, It doesn't really matter if you're old and grey. It's alright, I say, it's okay, Listen to what I say. It's alright, we're doing fine, It doesn't really matter if the sun don't shine. It's alright, I say, it's okay, We're getting to the end of the day.
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The programme originally began with a pilot episode on 27 March , before a full series with commissioned for 1 April , with it concluding after twelve series on 6 October UCOS primarily functioned with a senior police detective overseeing the work of three retired police officers who would handle each case, and who could bring in police support when needed. Each episode focused on a different investigation, with characters often coping with problems at their age but using their wisdom to overcome hurdles in the original investigation of cold cases. Both creators, McCrery and Mitchell, devised the title of the programme around the proverb " You can't teach an old dog new tricks ". New Tricks began as a one-off episode broadcast on 27 March This attracted sufficient viewers for the BBC to commission a series of six episodes, which began on 1 April Eight-episode series were subsequently commissioned for , and A fifth series was commissioned by the BBC after the audience share rose week upon week for the previous series.