On the eve of an Autumn charity ball Lady Tanya Bede discovers that her rebellious daughter Mia has disappeared along with a priceless necklace she intends to wear at the ball. A ransom note implies ...
The first series of the show was the most successful drama launch for BBC Daytime since Father Brown (2013) launched in January 2013. Averaging 2.11m viewers and a 26.4% audience share and more than 2 million views on the BBC iPlayer VOD service. See more »
Just watched the first episode of this new Comedy Drama and I can't wait for more.
It is light, bright and funny without all the usual cliches. The storyline was not at all predictable and the plot keenly written. 10 out of 10 for all involved in the production of Shakespeare and Hathaway - more please.
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