Timeshift: Season 10, Episode 5

Italian Noir: The Story of Italian Crime Fiction (27 Dec. 2010)

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Documentary which profiles a new wave of Italian crime fiction that has emerged to challenge the conventions of the detective novel.

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Giuliana Pieri ...
Herself - Senior Lecturer in Italian, Royal Holloway, University of London (as Dr Giuliana Pieri)
Andrea Camilleri ...
Himself - Author
Maxim Jakubowski ...
Himself - Publisher, MaxCrime
Barry Forshaw ...
Himself - The Rough Guide to Crime Fiction
Charles Burdett ...
Himself - Department of Italian, University of Bristol (as Prof Charles Burdett)
Ruth Glynn ...
Herself - Department of Italian, University of Bristol (as Dr Ruth Glynn)
Massimo Carlotto ...
Himself - Author
Giancarlo De Cataldo ...
Himself - Author
Florian Mussgnug ...
Himself - Department of Italian Studies, University College London (as Dr Florian Mussgnug)
Barbara Baraldi ...
Herself - Author
Carlo Lucarelli ...
Himself - Author
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Documentary which profiles a new wave of Italian crime fiction that has emerged to challenge the conventions of the detective novel.

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