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Sky releases trailer for The Tail Of The Curious Mouse

Sky has released a trailer for its Christmas Eve special Roald & Beatrix: The Tail Of The Curious Mouse As you may recall from our previous piece, this is the story of how young Roald Dahl (Harry Tayler) sets off to see his hero, Beatrix Potter (Dawn French). It also stars Jessica Hynes as Roald’s mother Sofie, … >

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‘W1A’ is returning to BBC Two for a third season

It’s been confirmed today that W1A will be back for a brand new season later this year. Written and directed by creator John Morton, six new 30-minute episodes will begin filming next month. The official synopsis reads: “The BBC’s Head of Values, Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville), is once again throwing open the revolving doors to New Broadcasting … >

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ITV orders second season of Anna Friel drama ‘Marcella’

Marcella will return to ITV for a second season next year. Written by Swedish novelist Hans Rosenfeldt, the creator of The Bridge, the crime thriller launched on ITV in April with 8 million viewers and a 29% share of viewing. Set in contemporary London and described as “Scandinavian noir on the streets of Britain”, the eight-part first season saw Marcella … >

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‘Marcella’ Season 1 episode guide

ITV’s Marcella is a new original, multi-stranded crime drama from the creator of The Bridge. Written by Swedish novelist Hans Rosenfeldt, the eight-part series is described as “noir thriller told with Rosenfeldt’s unflinchingly multi layered Nordic style.” Anna Friel leads the cast, alongside Downton Abbey star Laura Carmichael, Nicholas Pinnock (Fortitude), Ian Puleston-Davies (Being Human), … >

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‘Marcella’ Episode 6 review: A tense race against time

Continuing straight on from the previous episode, the start of this week’s Marcella is a tense race against time – driven not just by the ongoing quest to catch the killer but by the fact that he has kidnapped a young girl who was unfortunate enough to have witnessed the latest murder. Success follows failure … >

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