‘Shetland’ Season 3 episode guide

Adapted from the award-winning novels by writer Ann Cleeves, BBC One’s murder-mystery series Shetland returns for a new thrilling six-part tale. DI Jimmy Perez is played by Douglas Henshall, Leanne by Sara Vickers, Robbie by Andrew Rothney, Tosh by Alison O’Donnell, Sandy by Steven Robertson, Freya by Saskia Reeves, Michael by Ciaran Hinds, Rhona Kelly … >

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‘Shetland’ Season 3 Episode 3 review: Perez and Tosh head to Glasgow

Following the climatic death of Ciaran Hinds, Michael Maguire, at the end of Episode 2, and following a two-week absence due to the BBC’s FA Cup coverage, Shetland returned to these shores with more intrigue and drama. In this week’s episode, Jimmy Perez (Douglas Henshall) and Tosh goes to Glasgow to investigate why Michael Maguire’s … >

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‘Shetland’ Season 3 Episode 2 review: Confident, bold storytelling

The second episode of BBC One’s new six-part Shetland story cranked up the tension as the Robbie Monroe storyline gained speed, and Jimmy Perez’s chasing of Michael Maguire continued apace – albeit ending with Maguire being shot and falling off a cliff to his death. The crime drama continues to create an atmosphere of eeriness … >

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‘Shetland’ return date and Season 3 trailer revealed

Douglas Henshall returns as DI Jimmy Perez this week for a third season of Shetland. Adapted from the award-winning novels by writer Ann Cleeves, the murder-mystery series is back for a new thrilling six-part tale. > Buy the Season 1-2 box set on Amazon. Season 3 begins at 9pm on Friday 15 January on BBC … >

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‘Page Eight’ review

The dilemma of whether to serve the interests of one’s country, one’s loved ones or one’s superiors lies at the heart of David Hare’s one-off spy thriller.

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‘Women In Love’: Episode 1 review

Women In Love, a two-part dramatisation of the D.H. Lawrence novels Women In Love and The Rainbow, traces the complex lives of two sexually-liberated sisters living in the early years of the twentieth century.

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