Sergeant Jim Bergerac (John Nettles) ermittelt auf der zwischen England und Frankreich in der Nähe des französischen Festlands gelegenen Kanalinsel Jersey. Bergerac: Sergeant Jim Bergerac (John Nettles), Held dieser englisch-australischen Kriminalserie ist ein Mensch, der auch Schwächen und sogar Laster hat. Jim Bergerac ermittelt (Originaltitel: Bergerac) ist eine Krimiserie, die von 19von der BBC produziert und zum ersten Mal in Großbritannien.
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Rate This. Episode Guide. Alcoholic and divorced father of a young daughter, DS Jim Bergerac is a true maverick who prefers doing things his own way, and consequently doesn't always carry out his investigations the way his boss would like.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: John Nettles Jim Bergerac 87 episodes, Terence Alexander Hungerford 85 episodes, Sean Arnold Crozier 71 episodes, Mela White Diamante Lil 40 episodes, Louise Jameson Edit Storyline Bergerac is set on Jersey island and produced by BBC 1 in association with the Seven Network, first screened on BBC 1, it stars John Nettles as the title character Detective Sergeant Jim Bergerac, an alcoholic and divorced father of a young daughter.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia One of creator Robert Banks Stewart 's favourite directors, Douglas Camfield , was asked to work on this show in the early years but was busy elsewhere.
Quotes Detective Sergeant Jim Bergerac : Jersey is an island. It's nine miles by five. It was created by producer Robert Banks Stewart after an earlier detective series, Shoestring , starring Trevor Eve , came to an abrupt end.
Bergerac sometimes deals with controversial topics; for example, when an old man is unmasked as a Nazi war criminal, his age raised various moral dilemmas.
Supernatural elements occasionally appear in the series, and some episodes end with unpleasant twists, as in "Offshore Trades" and "A Hole In The Bucket".
The final episode filmed was the Christmas Special titled "All for Love", set partly in Bath. The show is repeated on channels such as Alibi and Drama.
On 24 February , the BBC started a rerun of the series on daytime afternoons on BBC Two. Jim Bergerac is a complex character, presented by the series as a somewhat unorthodox police officer.
He is recovering from alcoholism , partly resulting from an unpleasant divorce. A Jersey native, he returns to the island at the start of the series after recuperating in England from ill health, dipsomania and major surgery on his leg following an accident caused by his drinking heavily prior to an attempted arrest.
The accident is shown in episode two as a flashback : Bergerac was swigging brandy during a surveillance when he noticed his suspect and gave chase.
Under the influence of his drinking, he attempted to prevent the man's escape by leaping onto his boat and his leg was crushed against the harbour wall as he slipped back.
By the end of the series Bergerac has become a private detective. Bergerac regularly drives a burgundy Triumph Roadster.
According to a interview with Robert Banks Stewart, John Nettles was cast on his insistence. He said, "A programme like that would never get made today without having a household name, but back then I fought to have John Nettles play Bergerac because he was right for it.
Bergerac's relationships with women are a frequent theme, often as a subplot to the main crime investigation. He has several encounters with ex -wife Deborah Deborah Grant , who has custody of their daughter Kim Lindsay Heath.
The main supporting character was Jim Bergerac's former father-in-law Charlie Hungerford played by Terence Alexander.
Charlie was a lovable rogue and would-be tycoon often involved in shady dealings, but paradoxically something of an innocent.
Bergerac usually had a good relationship with him, although in the first episode, "Picking It Up", they were not on the best of terms.
Charlie was involved in all but two of the 87 episodes. Other regular characters in the series included Bergerac's ex-wife, Deborah Deborah Grant , and his boss, Superintendent Barney Crozier Sean Arnold , initially an inspector promoted from sergeant immediately before the first episode and later chief inspector.
Bergerac had several sidekicks who were generally detective constables. Bergerac had an ongoing flirtatious relationship with glamorous jewel thief Philippa Vale Liza Goddard , who went by the nickname of the Ice Maiden.
Series 3: 'Ice Maiden' Dec , Series 4: 'Return of the Ice Maiden' Nov , Series 5: SPARTA Feb , Series 7: 'Old Acquaintance' Mar Many well-known actors had guest roles in Bergerac , either before or after rising to fame.
These include Philip Glenister ,  Julian Glover , Connie Booth , Ray Winstone , Prunella Scales , Louise Lombard , Ronald Pickup , Norman Wisdom , Charles Gray , John Forgeham , Bernard Hepton and Steve McFadden.
The series played heavily on its Jersey location. The early storylines were usually in and around Jersey with short scenes shot in England and France.
In later episodes the action strayed further away from Jersey and was increasingly based in France. As Jersey is a small island, most of the filming locations there can be tracked down with ease.
Jim Bergerac and Susan Young's flat was located just above St Aubin , a few doors along from the Somerville Hotel; part of the interior was shot within another flat at Gorey , six miles away.
Jim's original home in the first few series was submerged when the States of Jersey flooded the valley to create the Queen's Valley reservoir in Plans for this reservoir were referred to at the start of series four, when Bergerac was forced to seek new accommodation because of them, in the process meeting an estate agent who became his lover.
One of the main locations of the series achieved later notoriety. The building, on Mont de la Garenne overlooking Mont Orgueil and the Royal Bay of Grouville , ceased being a children's home in and was re-opened as Jersey's first and only youth hostel.
The original Bureau in the TV series was located in St Helier's Royal Square, but filming there became difficult after the first series as the pretence of filming a documentary series was spoilt by public recognition of Bergerac's Triumph.
This pink-and-grey building with white pillared entrance first appeared in series 1, episode 6, "Portrait of Yesterday", as the home and wedding venue of the incidental characters.
The entire house was used over time, particularly the living room with French windows, dining room, conservatory and long gallery hallways. External filming regularly included the gardens, paddock, driveways, fruit gardens, greenhouse, cider press and rockery.