WE’RE back in Harley Street as episode two of Hidden begins.
But this time it’s out of hours and after dark.
If you were intrigued by the first hour of Philip Glenister’s new BBC1 drama, then the second 60 minutes should have you hooked.
Even though it’s almost a full eight minutes before Harry Venn appears on screen.
(Updated Tues Sept 27 with new pics after the embargo expiry)
“I’M just a High Street solicitor.”
Philip Glenister makes a welcome return to BBC1 in new four-part drama Hidden.
Which begins at 9pm on Thursday October 6.
He plays flawed criminal lawyer Harry Venn, who works in a down-at-heel office in London’s Kentish Town.
When not bare-chested in bed, drinking white wine and smoking a cigarette.
Having conducted a between the sheets appointment with ex-wife Lauren, played by Lisa Kay.
IT was the Friday before last Christmas that David Suchet finished filming Murder On The Orient Express.
Twelve months on it’s ITV1’s big Christmas Day film at 9pm.
I met up with David earlier this year to discuss his role in this iconic Poirot story.
Along with the documentary he filmed about his own journey on the real train, screened on the same channel last Sunday.