Secret State | Channel 4

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Episode 1

Following the suspicious death of the Prime Minister in a plane crash, Dawkins' understated political ambitions are tested as heavyweights Ros Yelland and Felix Durrell vie for the top job

Episode 2

Following his shock election victory, Tom Dawkins launches an enquiry into the toxicology anomalies at the blast in Scarrow

Episode 3

Following revelations about covert drone fuel production in Scarrow, Tom Dawkins is in the centre of a political storm. And his pursuit of corrupt banker Sir Michael Rix makes him powerful enemies.

Episode 4

In the final part of the political thriller Agnes tries every avenue to contact Tom Dawkins and share her information about what brought down the Prime Minister's plane

Secret State – 2012 |

stars as Deputy Prime Minister Tom Dawkins, who's thrust to the fore by catastrophic events, and ends up forced to take on the might of the Establishment.

Secret State is a 2012 British four-part political thriller, starring , Charles Dance and Gina McKee, and inspired by 's 1982 novel . It delves into the relationship between a democratically elected government, the military and big business. The first episode premiered on  on 7 November 2012, with the other three parts being shown over the following three weeks.

In the run up to a general election, a devastating industrial accident on Teesside leaves 19 people dead and raises questions about the safety procedures of a US petrochemical company, PetroFex. The British prime minister claims to have secured a compensation package from them, but on his return from PetroFex HQ, his plane crashes in the Atlantic under mysterious circumstances. Deputy Prime Minister Tom Dawkins () takes command, and during his quest to find the truth and justice for the victims, he uncovers a at the heart of the political system.

Source: Secret State | Channel 4


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