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!
This week sees the start of one of the more anticipated crime dramas of the year – French/Swedish effort, Midnight Sun. Set in the Sami communities in northern Sweden we’ve heard very good things about it and can’t wait to dig in. Elsewhere, Broadchurch continues apace, while SS-GB comes to a conclusion. Enjoy!
It’s pretty much as you were this week. We’ll see if Broadchurch manages to build on the excellence of its first episode, and also see if Prime Suspect 1973 picks up a bit. Elsewhere, The Kettering Incident comes to an end (Midnight Sun starts in its place the week after), and the likes of SS-GB and Follow The Money continues. Enjoy!
As we gird our crime loins for the incoming Broadchurch and Prime Suspect 1973, there’s still plenty to watch and enjoy this week, not least episode two of SS-GB and episode three of The Kettering Incident. Look out for the series finale of the now Kris Marshall-less Death In Paradise, as well as two new series – James Nesbitt in Sky1’s Lucky Man, and from New Zealand, The Brokenwood Mysteries. Enjoy!
Another big week in the crime drama universe, with the start of the five-part Len Deighton adaptation, SS-GB, at the end of the week, the curious, supernaturally-tinged Australian series – The Kettering Incident – starting up in the middle of the week, and Lars Mikkelsen returning to British screen in Walter Presents’ The Team. Look out also for the finals episodes of The Moorside and No Offence, too. Enjoy!
There are a couple of notable finales this week – ITV’s excellent second series of Unforgotten comes to an end, while Apple Tree Yard, normally on a Sunday night, switches its finale to the vacant Monday-night slot vacated by Silent Witness. Elsewhere, there’s the new Shannon Matthews drama, The Moorside, featuring Sheridan Smith and a couple of noteworthy radio dramas. Enjoy!
It’s pretty much as you were this week with both Apple Tree Yard and Unforgotten approaching its climaxes, and Fortitude shivering on. There’s also something I forgot to mention last week – celebrated crime author John Harvey’s dramatisation of the Qiu Xiaolong Inspector Chen stories, continuing on Radio 4 this week. Enjoy!