Category Archives: dramas

Line of Duty, Series 2, Episode 6

Strangely unsatisfying ending, but also satisfying as it was the only ending that could work and make sense. So Lindsay Denton was, to an extent, unwillingly and unwittingly involved in the conspiracy to kill Tommy, the super witness. She knew, … Continue reading

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Line of Duty, Series 2, Episode 5

There’s only one episode left and it’s not clear how they’re going to wrap everything up in just one hour. So with all the signs pointing towards DCC Dryden (Mark Bonnar) as the main conspirator until the last 10 minutes, … Continue reading

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Line of Duty, Series 2, Episode 4

This series of Line of Duty is getting critical acclaim everywhere – with everyone saying that Keeley Hawes is a shoo-in for Baftas etc. Well, yes, but let’s see how it all ends before we anoint her – a terrible … Continue reading

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Line of Duty, Series 2, Episode 3

The second series of Line of Duty is linking up explicitly now with the first series as ‘Dot’ Cottan returns and we find out that the witness who was the focus of the ambush in the first episode was ‘Tommy’ … Continue reading

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Line of Duty, Series 2, Episode 1

It’s back – Jed Mercurio’s BBC 2 drama about an anti-corruption police squad – AC12 – in a new, second series of Line of Duty. Last time we had Lennie James, Neil Morrissey and Gina McKee but this time it’s … Continue reading

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Sherlock: His Last Vow

Sherlock, Series 3, Episode 3 **SPOILERS** The third series of Sherlock has redeemed itself with the last episode, ‘His Last Vow’. Finally, some proper DRAMA, an interesting plot and interesting use of the ensemble cast I have been praising, namely … Continue reading

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Sherlock: The Sign of Three

Sherlock, Series 3, episode 2 John and Mary Watson’s wedding provides the setting for this episode, and more use of the ensemble – particulaly Greg Lestrade, Mrs Hudson, Molly Hooper and of course Mary Watson. In fact the whole episode … Continue reading

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