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We tend to get used to the structure of crime based shows, they follow certain rules. With Murder: The Complete Series this is turned on its head by providing the stories in a documentary style, based on interviews after the case has finished. You’ll probably expect there to be a few twists, which of course there are many.
Featuring not only the series itself, but also Murder: Joint Enterprise we meet characters connected to the murders and they set their case. This can be family of the murdered person, witnesses or the accused person themselves, all ready to give their information over to us. We then have to decide exactly what has happened and who is the real culprit.
When we are given the facts in this way, as the audience »
- Paul Metcalf
To celebrate the release of Murder: The Complete Series, available on DVD from 21 March 2016, we have 5 copies to give away courtesy of Rlj Entertainment’s Acorn Label.
The stories dig deep into character and motive to unearth the hidden truths behind the riverside killing of a Scottish doctor; the disappearance of a wealthy philanthropist from her lover’s home and the cold-blooded murder of an off-duty policeman.
The films star a stellar cast including Peter Bowles (To The Manor Born), Morven Christie (Twenty Twelve), Jessica Barden (The Lobster), Karla Crome (Misfits), Joe Dempsie (Skins), Stephen Dillane (The Tunnel), Robert Pugh (Justice), Lauren Socha (Misfits) and Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless).
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- Laura Holmes
Clare Balding leads coverage of the dog show in its 125th year; fascinating stories of the ‘families that history forgot’; Peter Bowles is an aristo determined to protect the family name after his son is accused of murder
Clare Balding leads the flawless coverage of Crufts, which celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. As the dogs assemble at Birmingham’s NEC, the first show has highlights from the agility competition, and the utility and toy groups line up for the judges. Balding meets judge Frank Kane, who presides over the pastoral group (which includes sheepdogs and collies), to find out what he’s looking for in a winner. It’s a serious business, and the dogs are irresistible. Coverage continues over the weekend on More4 and Channel 4. Hannah Verdier
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- Hannah Verdier, Julia Raeside, David Stubbs, Graeme Virtue, Andrew Mueller, Ali Catterall, Mark Gibbings-Jones and Paul Howlett
3 items from 2016
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