Critically acclaimed comedy Bluestone 42 returns for a third series following the lives, loves and adventures of a fictional bomb disposal detachment in Afghanistan.
In the opening episode, we rejoin Bluestone 42 after an IED explosion has hit their mastiff, and they find themselves trapped in hostile territory. Not all of them come out of the vehicle unscathed and the team faces a dilemma: do they wait it out, or risk an ambush to get back to safety?
Bird has to step up to lead the unit, while trying to deal with her unresolved feelings for Nick – which lead to a barrage of mockery from everyone else. Mac and Rocket don’t let the Taliban get in the way of their games as they play ‘punching people in the face’.
Laura Aikman (Waterloo Road, The Job Lot) is to star in Bluestone 42, the critically acclaimed BBC Three comedy following the lives, loves and adventures of a fictional bomb disposal detachment in Afghanistan.
Joining the team later in the run of series three, Laura plays new arrival Ellen Best, a high-threat-bomb disposal expert who couldn’t be less like the rest of them if she tried.
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’ »
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.