When I was a copper, it was ninety-nine per cent boredom to one per cent terror. I always preferred the one per cent. Implicated in a corruption enquiry, Detective Inspector Mick Raynor agrees to go deep under cover to bring down criminal networks that appear to be beyond the reach of the law. 99-1 was a Zenith Productions production for Carlton Television and the ITV network.
Doing the Business
Detective Inspector Mick Raynor, investigating a complicated murder case, becomes the subject of a corruption enquiry.
Raynor agrees to go under cover to infiltrate the criminal underworld.
Raynor, working under cover, has to exploit a former lover and blackmail a U.S. diplomat into smuggling arms for terrorists.
Where the Money Is
Raynor is assigned to act as bodyguard to an escaped bank robber whose ex-parters are after their share of the proceeds.
Quicker than the Eye
Raynor tries to curry favour with a ruthless drugs baron, but is framed by the boss's right-hand man.
The Cost of Living
Raynor believes that his cover is blown and tries to escape.
Raynor believes he has left undercover police work behind him, but a new commander has other ideas.
Raynor organises a sting on a vicious casino boss.
Raynor infiltrates a gang intent on flooding the country with cheap Russian weapons.
Raynor is ordered to take part in the kidnapping of the daughter of a ruthless tycoon.
A Game of Two Halves
Raynor discovers that the woman he is seeing is the target of a contract killer.
The Lost Ones
Raynor, determined to quit undercover police work, is pursued by hit men.
Raynor has resigned, and decides to leave for Canada, but the voyage is far from uneventful.
Raynor, back from the brink of death, plans a currency robbery.