Brighton in the 1950s. A place of knickerbocker glories, beatniks, theatrical landladies, end-of-the-pier shows, seaside photographers… and an enormous number of unsolved crimes. Why were so many crimes unsolved in Brighton during the fifties? Step forward celebrity-policeman Inspector Steine.
“Its pier-less stuff, with panto plots and jokes that announce themselves with loud hailers. Great fun.” Frances Lass, Radio Times