The final instalment of Guilt will play out on BBC Two in weekly instalments, as well as the full series on BBC iPlayer. This final part of the trilogy sees the brothers back together but enemies old, and new, cause them to seek ever more desperate solutions to their problems. Digging deep into their past, Max and Jake hope to finally find a future free of danger… and each other.Series 1 of Guilt was pretty good, dark humour and well paced.
Series 2 however, was very messy and uneven. Not having Ally Fraser cast once more as the bad guy was a mistake.
Should have binned it after S1, imho of course.
Monday 15th May. Beeb One.The BBC has announced a new, four-part crime drama based on real-life events.
Filming has begun on Steeltown Murders, is written by Manhunt’s Ed Whitmore and will air in 2023.
Set in both 1973 and the early 2000s, the story centres on the hunt to catch the killer of three young women in the Port Talbot area and the remarkable story of how – in the first case of its kind – the mystery was solved almost 30 years later using pioneering DNA evidence.
And it boasts a very good cast: Philip Glenister and Steffan Rhodri lead the cast as DCI Paul Bethell and Phil ‘Bach’ Rees, with their younger selves played by Scott Arthur and Siôn Alun Davies respectively. They will be joined by Keith Allen and others.
The BBC has announced the return of Showtrial.It’s a funny old world. We loved ‘The Tourist.’ Very different to anything else we have seen. Also recently enjoyed ‘You don’t know me’ and ‘Showtrial.’