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    OMFG. Emma’s dad in Bates Motel, played by Scouse thespian Ian Harte (not BHA Ian) in S1 is in S3 played by the guy who played the Eastern European psycho in Limitless the film. Awful bit of miscasting. Bring back Hartey!

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      Just started watching Silent Witness.
      Matt Ryan has now done more for us in an attacking position this season than Jahanbakhsh.
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      Just started watching Silent Witness.
      Fair bit of catch-up to play with there.
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      Fair bit of catch-up to play with there.
      I can’t believe I’ve missed it for so long.
      Matt Ryan has now done more for us in an attacking position this season than Jahanbakhsh.
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      All the Storyville are excellent but I finally watched When We Were Kings last night. Missed it at the cinema (in 1996/7) brilliant doc on Ali and Rumble in the Jungle.
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      Jnr's gonna be all over this like a rash, oblivious of the track record of British TV comedies moving to the big screen:-

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      It's a lot lighter than Morse (literally and emotionally) but it's excellent comfort viewing
      So, by the sound of it he doesn't get to have to solve and clean up any of the local Cosa Nostra dispatches? No walling up, no woodchipper jobs and no " Swimming with The Fishes "? .. He wouldn't last long at that, a small bomb under his Fiat 127, show cancelled after 4 episodes!
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      Just managed to watch The Hunt for a Killer.

      BBC Four has acquired Swedish series, The Hunt For A Killer (Jakten på en mördare), based on a real-life crime.

      Set to transmit later this summer, the six-part series is set in the Swedish region of Skåne in the late 1980s and revolves around the real-life disappearance and subsequent murder of a 10 year-old girl. It follows the 16-year investigation into the murder and the determination of the local police force to solve the case.

      Sue Deeks, Head of Programme Acquisition, BBC, says: “‘The Hunt For A Killer is a chilling, authentic and evocative true crime drama that BBC viewers will find completely absorbing.”

      I enjoyed it, although several elements are quite disturbing.

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