It’s as you were this week, with new episodes of Broadchurch, Midnight Sun, Fortitude and Vera and the like, except for one major addition – the start of series four of Line Of Duty. This time around Thandie Newton steps into the shoes of the person who’s being investigated by AC-12, but as ever you’re never quite sure of her guilt or innocence and we all know that this will take on quite the rollercoaster ride over its six episodes. Enjoy!
1 Line Of Duty *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
DCI Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) is determined to catch the culprit as soon as possible and prove her worth to her superiors – but a colleague fears her efforts may have led to a miscarriage of justice, and alerts the AC-12 team to the situation.
Sunday 26th March, 9pm, BBC1
2 Broadchurch *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Trish returns to the scene of the crime in the hope it will prompt her to remember something more about the attack, while DC Katie Harford thinks she has a strong lead when she discovers a new suspect who doesn’t have an alibi. Cath reveals interesting new information about the night of her party, while a match is made for the male DNA found on Trish. An unknown woman walks into the police station – and delivers some devastating new information when interviewed by Ellie and Hardy.
Monday 20th March, 9pm, ITV
3 Midnight Sun *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Anders Harnesk becomes the head of the case, as mysterious notes with names and numbers are found – along with another victim. Evidence on the crime scenes leads to the Sami people.
Wednesday 22nd March, 10pm, Sky Atlantic
4 Fortitude *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Dan faces his toughest battle yet as someone makes the ultimate sacrifice for the greater good, while Michael and Ingrid venture out in search of justice.
Thursday 23rd March, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
5 Vera *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
The detective is drawn into Newcastle’s underworld to discover the identity of a murder victim found dead in the river, with no clue as to who he is apart from a distinctive drugs wrapper. She discovers the dead man had ties to some very dangerous people, many of whom may have wanted him dead, while a witness’s testimony links the case to a remote farm where a murder took place 13 years previously. The connection brings Kenny’s past back to haunt him, as he was responsible for seeing the perpetrator convicted.
Sunday 26th March, 8pm, ITV
6 Follow The Money *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
Nicky falls out of favour with the Swede after failing his assignment, and Mads spots something interesting when he defies his orders and visits Absalon Bank.
Saturday 25th March, 9pm, BBC4
7 Prime Suspect 1973 *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
The mysterious Oz is brought into the station for questioning – but the suspect has been badly beaten, and hot-headed detective Gibbs is on the hook for the attack. The case takes an unexpected turn when another body is found in the canal, leaving Bradfield wondering whether they are looking at a double murder, while Tennison’s integrity is tested when the DI asks her to make a decision that could have huge consequences for her career. Clifford Bentley and his sons start digging from the cafe to the bank, but they risk getting caught when David fails to notice the police outside.
Thursday 23rd March, 9pm, ITV
8 Elementary *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Kitty Winter returns, bearing a warning that a murderer is targeting everyone who was involved in a case she and Holmes worked on in London.
Tuesday 21st March, 9pm, Sky Living
9 Murdoch Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
The detective investigates when a man claims he was kidnapped as a child 20 years earlier and is the rightful heir to a fortune.
Monday 20th March, 9pm, Alibi
10 Detective: A Dream Of Riches
Ray Brooks returns as Detective Sergeant Dave Brook in the second series of Robert Barr’s tough, London-based police drama serial. A robbery from a scrap merchant proves not to be a straightforward case – and a ‘quiet’ student proves to be anything but. First broadcast in 1982.
Monday 20th March, 6am, BBC Radio 4 Extra