Our family are BIG, BIG fans of the series AND of the spinoff, "Ashes to Ashes." If you missed it and suffered through the poor American copycat version, the originial is worth your time to see. Both LOM and ATA are character driven, complex dramas that keep you guessing. The premise is based on what if?--DCI Sam Tyler is the victim of a hit-and-run, and wakes up 33 years in the past in 1973. It is the best example of freaking out, but then adjusting to being in a foreign (time) place. Great scenes involving people from his past (2006) contacting him on his tv, police radio, in his head, suddenly appearing to him--even the little girl and rag doll on the "screen saver" that plays when his 1973 tv station is off the air appears and talks to him. Glenister ("Gene Hunt") is wonderful as a tough guy "sherriff" who behaves like the American movie western heroes that he admires. He is tough, fair, and a crusader against police corruption. So...anybody else out there a big fan?