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Bancroft: Interviews

“I can understand that rollercoaster people go on when they’ve lied.

“They start to cover up that lie and it just becomes a huge web of deceit they can’t get out of.

“I’ve seen people do that and seen it spiral out of control.”

Sarah Parish talking to me about new four-part ITV thriller Bancroft.

It begins at 9pm on Monday (Dec 11) and will be screened over four consecutive nights. Continue reading

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South Riding: Lasting Images

(Don’t scroll down if you have yet to see the conclusion)

THE third and final episode of South Riding has just finished on BBC1.

I first saw it a few weeks ago and have watched it again several times since.

A beautiful, haunting last hour of television drama, adapted by screenwriter Andrew Davies from Winifred Holtby’s novel.

Both heartbreaking and uplifting.

With a spellbinding – and hopefully award-winning – performance from Anna Maxwell Martin as Sarah Burton. Continue reading

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